Home circle.

Here is a summary of our home circle.

Home circle held 21st February 2017.

A séance can be definable by how it has been sat and investigated.  If the séance is attended by experienced members, the room is checked and everything is carried out as per what is objectively required then if claims of audio, sentience or vision based experience occurs it can be a basis for further investigation of what could be possible unexplained activity.

In a séance where an investigation of claims and events can be noted it is much easier to refer to what, if anything, has been validated evidence.  In the investigation there were several noises that could be heard as messages were directed from spirits to members by the medium.  The noises were identified as crackling sounds and were heard by several of the members.  It was interesting that the noises could be heard as information was being given from individuals, because they did correlate with people seemingly identifying themselves in that of the timing of their messages.  The noises could be located as being heard from inside the séance room.  The pace of information and placement of noises seemed significant as the medium appeared to quicken and slow as she spoke, the noises did appear as if validations of what was referred to in the messages.  There was nothing, after investigation, that could explain why the noises were heard.

Consequently to the noises another message was given and it was after this was concluded that a pungent smell of cigarette smoke could be depicted.  It was detectable and then explained by members who had received that particular message as from a spirit individual who would have been partial to cigarettes in life.

The medium referred to a male spirit who she could see distinctly in his facial features.  His comedy was important to him and information was referenced as for someone thought to be Kenneth Charles Williams (22 February 1926 – 15 April 1988) an English actor, best known for his comedy roles and in later life he was notable as a raconteur and diarist.

In the séance the male spirit was keen to be mentioned.  As an actor he was one of the main ensemble in 26 of the 31 films of the name Carry On, and appeared in many British television programmes and radio comedies.  Comedies were referred to by the male spirit and it was he said in his quieter, private moments that he could reflect on himself.  The spirit spoke of having thought a lot in life and that maybe he was too concerned with the problems that may be and that he was not relaxed enough.  Perfection may elude one, he said, and maybe that was how it should be.  More relaxed and full of love for those who are important to him, the spirit gave what seemed to be a significant sense of what he felt he had learnt.  Lessons were important and the spirit spoke of his compassion for those who he loved.

It was after the séance that it was found that the male spirit who spoke in the latter part of the investigation had a notable anniversary for a birthday on the day after when the meeting had sat.  A séance that had been full of validated messages, noises and smell activity was both notable and proved to be a seemingly response filled investigation.