Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 6th March 2018.
A séance was attended by experienced members and medium. This investigation into what happened took place in a closed room and in the parameters of an objective setting, all restrictions were adhered to and this is the subsequent write-up inclusive of events and the responses to them.
The séance started as everybody was quiet and still, objects had been laid out on to the table and the seats had been arranged so as members could have a full view of the room. Information was given about individuals in spirit who sitters could recognise and validate, further messages were passed between spirits and members via the medium. The messages were detailed and could be accepted because of claimed personal references. Orbs or unexplained lights were seen and these were blue in colour, each noted for a few seconds in time. It was as messages had just been experienced that the Orbs were noticed and this itself was talked about as if was felt that they emphasised the messages and were poignant as having appeared during this particular part of the séance.
Smells were depicted strongly and suddenly. Several sitters claimed the recognition of scents in the room, recognisable perfumes and cooking smells could be noted throughout the séance. These references to individuals in scents were felt to be quite relevant. Nothing could be found to explain why those particular smells were noticed as of anything that could have been located inside or outside of the séance room.
In the séance the medium referred to a male in spirit, a gentleman who provoked laughter and thought wherever he went. A master of comedy, information was given felt to be pertinent to that of Sir Norman Joseph Wisdom, OBE (4 February 1915 – 4 October 2010) an English actor, a comedian and singer-songwriter most known for a series of comedy films produced between 1953 and 1966 featuring his hapless on–screen character that was often called Norman Pitkin. In the séance the gentleman referenced his love for family and friends. In life he was awarded the 1953 BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles following the release of Trouble in Store, his first film in a lead role.
A husband and wife was referred to and in specific the importance of marriage, this led into a link to an actor by the name of John Edward Thaw, CBE (3 January 1942 – 21 February 2002) an English actor. He appeared in a range of television, stage and cinema roles, his most popular being television series such as Redcap, Inspector Morse, Kavanagh QC, The Sweeney and Home to Roost. In the séance the man’s children were mentioned by him and his sense of being proud at what they had all achieved, he spoke of having known that at times there were troubles in life but if one stuck with their decisions then the future could be far better and stronger.
It was a unique séance that brought into awareness in the latter part, two individuals who were quite opposite in their publicly known of personas. Both individuals in spirit were keen to talk of family life and were keen to engage in giving links and details about themselves. The séance was able to investigate the aromas of perfume and cooking that had been noticed and while no explanations could be found as for equipment or other as for how they were set off, the poignant timing as for the depiction of them, prior and during speeches from spirit individuals was talked about. There were several thought-provoking incidents and images that made sense for sitters on a personal level. It did mean that the séance was thought about in terms of both what it noticed as unexplained activity and a wider reason for debate about it, but also on a more in-depth note as for why it resonated with specific members because of certain appearances and speeches given by recognisable individuals in spirit.