Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 29th October 2019.
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A PHYSICAL séance can be as activity-filled as it is unexpected because there is no telling or prepping for what level of busy or quiet the investigation actually experiences.
Preparation can be done in terms of where the séance is held. In the organising of the room and the objects within it, the positions of the sitters and how observable everything could be, these objectives were all checked.
The séance gathered and the medium began to pass on importantly received information about individuals in spirit that she could visually see. These references if accepted as validated, by a certain sitter or sitters, was then developed into a more detailed message.
The medium noted a gentleman in spirit that was being talked about and sighted by several individuals in spirit. Names and identity were given pertaining to that of one Bernard Shaw, latterly through research after the séance verified as being George Bernard Shaw (26 July 1856 – 2 November 1950), known at his insistence simply as Bernard Shaw, an Irish playwright, a polemicist, a critic and political activist. In the séance the importance of plays was alluded and inferred to by him, he spoke about generations attributing the greatest of modes in translation to the actions, thoughts and influences of the theatres. Defining and idol-making, the gentleman Bernard Shaw, in spirit talked about how useful it had been to build on the main themes that influenced societies and life. In research after the séance it was found that Bernard Shaw’s influence on Western theatre, culture and politics extended from the 1880s to his death and beyond. He wrote more than sixty plays, including major works such as Man and Superman (1902), Pygmalion (1912) and Saint Joan (1923). It was that with a range incorporating both contemporary satire and historical allegory, Bernard Shaw became the leading dramatist of his generation, and in 1925 was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. In the séance an anniversary was emphasised for him and this was by several individuals in spirit. Evidence which could later become verified by researched and identified dates.
It was deemed of special interest to the séance as for how other spirits had seemed to rally together and indicate the importance of the gentleman in spirit latterly known as Bernard Shaw. This was a matter of discussion for the séance.
ORBS were seen and noted. These unexplained lights were noted prior to several spirit sightings and before the medium then gave further following information about those same individuals. The Orbs were blue, lasted only a few seconds and could be noted in the séance room.
A conversational tone was noted during the séance, this was observed as spirits were passing on information, memories and thoughts to their loved ones. Q and A was had in the form of members’ participating actively in the dialogue that was experienced.
A SUMMARY of what was experienced led to members evaluating on the meaning and emphasis gained during the messages. Members felt that the séance, had been both on a collaborate and personal basis, fulfilling. This was attributed to the experiences of poignant and highly-relevant messages which had been received and could be validated by them.