Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 28th July 2020.
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The investigation into a physical séance started out in a closed room which had been prepared with seating and long table with objects on top, all of which were fully visible to everybody in attendance.
Experienced members and medium gathered and sat facing each other. Objectivity was integral to proceedings and as such notes were made on what was being seen, heard and claimed as experiences. These were useful points to later use as follow up Q and As with members for further basis of verification and evidence.
LAUGHTER was a main feature of the investigation as it progressed because interesting but funny acknowledged personal details of individuals in spirit were referred to by the medium, first with eyes closed and then later open.
MESSAGES came into the séance by means of spoken memories about the past, facts about present issues and personal dialogue to recipient sitters from specific individuals in spirit and via the medium.
The medium talked about seeing a slight lady of colour in spirit and then this associated with a gentleman in spirit, about which information was given and is believed to be a Herman Melville (born Melvill; August 1, 1819 – September 28, 1891) an American novelist, short story writer and a poet of the American Renaissance period. Among his best-known works are that of Moby-Dick (1851), Typee (1846), a romanticized look at his experiences in Polynesia and Billy Budd, Sailor, a posthumously published novella. Although his reputation was not high at the time of his passing, the centennial of his birth in 1919 was the starting point of a Melville revival and Moby-Dick grew to be considered one of the great American novels. The gentleman in spirit spoke to the séance. Writing, he expressed, was a passion more than a pastime. Teaching had been important he felt but he thought that societies could be too pre-occupied with the notions of syntax and grammatical correctness over heartfelt prose. An anniversary for the gentleman was also referenced and post séance found to be validated as only a short time from that of when the investigation had sat.
SUMMARY of the experiences and events observed during the investigation led to discussion about the meaning, length of timing and relevance of what had occurred. Members talked about why not only the factual parts of the messages had meaning for them but that the sentiment and tone of how they had been approached by relatives and loved ones had evidential properties for them, and this was something which they felt happy about.