Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 5th March 2019.
The investigation started in a closed and prepared room. Attended by experienced members and medium, everybody sat in full view of the specifically chosen and placed objects and each other.
Noises were collectively heard by the séance and this was from above the objects on the central table. Younger spirits were being denoted and referenced individually by the medium at the time. The objects were particularly chosen and put out because of the appeal that they were thought to have for younger aged people. This was then discussed, given the relevance of the noises above the objects and the timing of the spiritual speech content.
The medium in trance gave several messages from spirit individuals to recipient sitters in the séance. The sitters could each independently verify and validate the information given to them. Specific, detailed memories were depicted and discussed and personality traits particular to the individual in spirit were each time acknowledged as relevant.
In trance the medium continued to speak about a female who wanted to celebrate the anniversary of a gentleman in spirit. Information and references were given about a man in spirit believed to be a Joseph Paul DiMaggio (November 25, 1914 – March 8, 1999), nicknamed “Joltin’ Joe” or “The Yankee Clipper“, an American baseball center fielder. Research after the séance revealed that he played his entire 13-year career in Major League Baseball and this was for the New York Yankees. Born to Italian immigrants in California, and widely considered one of the greatest baseball players of all time, he is perhaps best known for his 56-game hitting streak between (May 15 – July 16, 1941), this is a record that still stands. In the séance, the gentleman was shown to be linked with the colour of blue, also a healing colour and an anniversary was for him several times denoted. Happy faces associated with a crowd and a party of many was seen as set up for his anniversary celebration in spirit.
Cold temperatures were experienced mid-way during the séance. In particular, the cold was felt as spirit speech was in progress.
The séance was able to refer in detail to the messages and how or why the sitters felt that they were relevant to them. Validation was important for the investigation because only if the messages could be recognised and were pertinent in accordance with checks made, was the information classified as verified.
The physical activity in the séance was experienced both in the noises heard and the cold that was felt during the latter part of the investigation. Both the noises and the cold should not have been a part of the séance as a result of anything having caused them from inside or outside of the room. Thoroughly looked at as for possible causes and explanations, there was nothing physically viable as for reasons of why the noises or cold should have been depicted at all. The evidence was also looked at in terms of the timing of the occurrences and meaning was thought to have been found in the references and speech associated with spirits at the time. Meaningful and momentous was how certain messages were claimed to be received and the séance as a process was kept as objective to the checks and validations of collated evidence, as possible.