Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 19th March 2019.
These are the notes from an investigation into a physical séance. A physical séance looks specifically into the unexplained but physically observed activity that might have been noted during an often timed investigation.
Experienced members and medium joined in a closed but prepared room which had been pre-laid out with particular objects on a central table. The objects had been chosen based on how easily they would show as for signs of interaction and in specifically evidence activity if touched and how appealing they would be to certain individuals in spirit.
The séance started off with personal approaches from significant, individuals in spirit who after having linked in with information via the medium in trance, were validated as known to members. After acceptance of recognition, more in-depth and detailed information came in from the spirits to the members. Validations were an important part of the messages in the séance because they could only be noted if links were acknowledged as relevant by the recipients.
There were several flashes of blue lights that were noted during the séance. It was an action that was observed by several of the members in attendance and the lights were particularly seen around other seated members. One blue light was noted over the wrist and hand of one sitter and another was seen near to a member. Both blue lights did not last long and were not a cause of anything object based known for having instigated them from inside or outside of the room.
The medium referred to a painter, a gentleman in spirit and a name of Van Dyck. It is believed the information was pertinent for a Sir Anthony van Dyck 22 March 1599 – 9 December 1641 Antwerp, Belgium was a Flemish Baroque artist who became the leading court painter and this was in England after success in the Southern Netherlands and Italy. He was the seventh child of Frans van Dyck, a wealthy Antwerp silk merchant, Anthony was noted as precocious when he was a youth and as having painted from an early age. In the séance the gentleman in spirit was seen to be gentle, smiling and eager to talk about the purpose of colours. A lot could be achieved, he explained, in introducing the right colours to create the right kind of atmospheres. He thanked the séance for their collective awareness of his anniversary. He felt that his legacy was one which should encourage the next generation to slow down and appreciate the natural colours of life that surrounded them and the important experiences.
Even as the séance was nearing a closure, there were messages coming from reported loved ones in spirit and collectively noted as reminders of significant others from the sitters. It was useful to note how meaningful and relatable the information was for them and separately, where possible, how the messages were received individually by the recipients. In each example of the spirit links the sitters were able to accept, converse with and validate speeches during the séance.