Home circle.

Here is a summary of our home circle.

Home circle held 14th August 2018.

This is a blog on the most recent investigation into a physical séance. Medium and members all gathered in a closed and prepared room, everything had been chosen for ease of use to note if any activity had taken place.

During a timed period medium and members sat in positions whereby everything was visible to them. A jovial atmosphere was collectively felt and validations could occur in the first half of the séance wherein messages were passed from individuals in spirit to sitters via the medium. It is imperative that while messages are given, members partake in either a validating or refuting of any evidence. The links and references were spoken of in a conversational tone and included several smiles and nods of agreement from the recipients of the messages. Laughter was a feature of much of what had been verbalised as sitters validated the aptness of the information and approach used for giving the references to the individual in spirit.

Recognisable appearances and clothing references were given during the first part of the séance and several blue Orbs were noted at this particular time.

The medium talked about a male in spirit and particulars were given as for someone believe to be a Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn; July 15, 1606 October 4, 1669) a Dutch painter, draughtsman and printmaker. An innovative and prolific master of many media. He is generally considered one of the greatest visual artists in the history of art. He is thought to be the most important in Dutch art history. In the investigation the spirit spoke of a need to be thorough and precise, and he emphasised the time that was needed to be able to do this. Unlike most Dutch masters of the 17th century, Rembrandt’s pieces depict a wide range of style and subject matter, from landscapes to portraits and self-portraits. His genre scenes are allegorical and historical scenes but include biblical and mythological themes as well as animal studies. In the séance the male in spirit was happy to talk about the lift in mood that he experienced when involved in painting and how having an artistic view could enhance one’s appreciation of the need to overcome more problematic moments in life. Wisdom, he explained was not always recognisable at the time that it is given and later on it maybe that one gains a more insightful approach. In research it was later found that his contributions to art came in a period of great wealth and cultural achievement that historians call the Dutch Golden Age when Dutch art and particularly painting was extremely prolific and innovative, and gave rise to important new genres.

Speech dominated the majority of the investigation. Evidence was collated through messages that could be validated and references to individuals in spirit. Orbs were noted. The unexplained lights were blue and lasted only a few seconds in time. The timing of them seemed important as they were noted prior to spirit speech or information about the individual spirits being given. Despite investigation there was nothing physically object based inside or outside of the room where the séance was held to have been found as a cause for the light phenomena.