Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 30th April 2019.
A physical séance is an occasion for notes and observations on any unexplained overtly audible, visual or sensory claims of experience that might occur. The kind of activity that has been outlined does have a focus on notable and physical experiences, activity of which, if no explanation is found can be classed as unexplained.
The séance began in a fully checked and closed room. Nobody was going to come into or leave the séance room while the investigation was in progress. Carefully selected objects had been placed along a centrally positioned table. The objects had been chosen because of the ease of which they could indicate interaction.
Everybody in attendance sat in full view of each other. The medium in a closed eyes trance began to pass information on, about and from, spirits to sitters. Individual messages and in detail references could be validated by the recipients. The acknowledgements were provided through detailed recognisable features and traits of spirits. Information was validated by recipients as recognisable, accurate and relevant to their circumstances.
There were several unexplained points of activity during the séance and that was as messages were in the first few minutes of progress. The noises were taps and knocks, both were heard at the side of the room. Nobody was visible to have moved in that area of the séance, and there did not appear to be any object based cause as for the two sounds that had been collectively noted.
The medium talked of a sighting in that of a gentleman in spirit. Information was given as for someone felt to be a George Formby, OBE (born George Hoy Booth; 26 May 1904 – 6 March 1961), an English actor, a comedian and singer-songwriter who became known to a worldwide audience through his films of the 1930s and 1940s. In the séance, the gentleman was keen to speak about family and building one’s own future. On stage, record and screen he sang light, comical songs, usually playing the ukulele or banjolele and he became the UK’s highest-paid entertainer. Speech from the spirit included that of his happy fondness for playing and bringing happiness to others. Having suffered with nerves early on in his career, the gentleman spoke about the need for people to ensure their own happiness and do what they felt to be the right thing for them. He had a very jokey type of humour and a sense of this was shown through an image of a flower squirting water. The séance was able to listen, observe and make notes on what the gentleman in spirit had to say and speak about.
The séance was collectively able to hear and participate in trying to query or define the unexplained activity. Investigations and questions were put to and focused on, how activity was experienced and why if it was, felt to be pertinent individually. These notes went on to feature heavily in how experiences could have a more personal meaning as opposed to how the same activity was viewed from a different, external outside to in approach. Being able to include the séance was pertinent as a means for allowing members to participate while still retaining a needed level of objectivity.