Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 6th October 2020.
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Each physical seance is different. While results, or even claims of experience can not be expected, the preparations for the investigation into the seance itself can be anticipated.
In a closed and arranged room, experienced members and medium met. All seating allowed for space between members, visibility of each other and all the agreed on objects which had been laid out on a central table.
MESSAGES from individuals in spirit were heard by the seance. Detailed references of personality traits, particular reasons for messages to recipients and information about personal memories, became apparent.
ORBS were sighted and this was as the seance was in progress. Blue, round dots of light were seen momentarily, that is for a few seconds each. As individuals in spirit were being mentioned and talked about is precisely when the Orbs were depicted. These visual sightings were considered potential evidence as there was no known physical cause as being able to explain them, from either inside or outside of the room.
The medium referred to someone believed to be an Oscar Fingal O’Flahertie Wills Wilde (16 October 1854 – 30 November 1900) Irish poet and playwright. It has been noted that after writing in different forms throughout the 1880s, the early 1890s saw him become one of the most popular playwrights in London. In the seance, the gentleman spoke about poetry and his great objective of reading, from an early age. In writing, the individual in spirit explained, there was a lot to be learnt. He said that he used writing as a tool for broadening many a mind and he was happy and amongst friends.
A SUMMARY of the physical seance was held at the end of the investigation. It was at this point, members could talk fully about their earlier validations and reasons for being able to accept their particular messages. After the discussion, it was then decided the messages should be classed as evidence and this was reliant on how relevant the information had been for individual sitters.