Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 26th May 2020.
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UNEXPLAINED NOISES began from the first few minutes of preparation for the physical séance. These noises were distinctly heard as coming from around the objects which had been specifically placed on the long, central table.
Everybody, experienced members and medium, collated and sat facing each other. Although the objects which had been put out were being observed, members only noted the noises and saw nothing to explain as for how they were made. The noises were of the objects being touched and otherwise, if not interacted with, should have made no sounds.
MULTIPLE CONVERSATIONS were experienced of individuals in spirit conversing with members in the séance. Simultaneous and seemingly endearing messages were had between relatives in spirit and sitters, in amongst which validations were received before anything could be taken as evidence.
The MEDIUM in closed eye trance and later with open eyes, directed specifics as in personality traits, appearance descriptions and detailed messages to recipients.
The medium referred to a gentleman in spirit. This person is believed to be a Terence Alan “Spike” Milligan(16 April 1918 – 27 February 2002) a British-Irish comedian, writer, actor, poet and playwright. Research has shown that he is the son of an Irish father and an English mother and that Milligan was born in India, where he spent his childhood, relocating to live and work the majority of his life in the United Kingdom. Disliking his first name, he began to call himself “Spike” after hearing the band Spike Jones and his City Slickers on Radio Luxembourg. In the physical séance the gentleman in spirit talked about, finding your own easiest route in life, to achieve accomplishments. Someone who favours variety, the gentleman also spoke about taking pride in what you achieved and how important that was to do.
SUMMARY of the physical séance led to discussion about what had been noted and if it had been deemed relevant. The noises were thought of as intriguing because despite members’ observation, nothing could be used to explain how the sounds had been heard.