Home circle.

Here is a summary of our home circle.

Home circle held 16th April 2019.

This write-up is based on the notes from a recently sat investigation into a physical séance. A physical séance is an event in which the more overt and visual, audio or sensory forms of unexplained activity might be noticed.

It was a practical and objectively observed investigation which saw experienced members and medium attend in a closed room setting.

The members and medium joined in a face to face sitting whereby all people and objects could be seen throughout the investigation.

A light and jovial atmosphere took hold for the first part of the séance. This was felt and commented on as the medium, in trance, began to pass messages from individuals in spirit to specific members. Details, in-depth and claimed as both relevant and apt for them, were received by recipients. Importantly, speech was followed up in these messages and once validated by the sitter, a conversational, laughter-filled tone was assumed.

The medium sighted a male in spirit, a gentleman and information pertinent to him was given. It is believed that this gentleman is an Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865) an American statesman, politician and a lawyer who served as the 16th president of the United States from 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. In the séance the gentleman spoke primarily of his wife and books. He exclaimed that power was a privilege and not to be wielded lightly. It has been well acknowledged that Lincoln led the nation through the American Civil War, its bloodiest war and its greatest political, moral and constitutional crisis. He preserved the Union, strengthened the federal government, abolished slavery and modernized the U.S. economy. In research performed after the séance, it was noted that an anniversary was aptly only days ago passed.

Greetings, relevant information and pertinent sayings, known as accurate for the individuals in spirit were both validated by sitters and noted as potential evidence. These information-laden messages came in reference and conversational forms. Members seemed extremely satisfied as they conversed throughout the first to mid point in the investigation. Questions were answered and references appeared to provide insightful and detailed responses. These examples were used in the notes and as evidence of what had occurred during the séance investigation.