Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 10th November 2020.
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I would like to first explain that all experiences, notes and references observed during the physical seance were later combined with research and investigatory questions, for the purposes of this blog.
In a closed and arranged room, experienced members and medium collated. The physical seance was formally opened and the medium started to refer to DETAILS about individuals in spirit that she could see or had a message about. In giving depictions, appearance descriptions and personal traits, VALIDATIONS were subsequently indicated by sitters, if they could associate with that information.
All members had been asked before the seance, to only accept information as validated evidence, if they could strongly agree with it. There were several instances whereby FAMILY MEMBERS in spirit not only seemed to refer to themselves via the medium, with personally known and validated references but also gave poignant and funny messages to them.
DISTINCT BUT UNEXPLAINED NOISES were heard on a few occasions during the physical seance. Three times sounds of cracking were noted in unoccupied areas of the room. During each occasion, of collectively heard sounds, individuals in spirit had either been in the process of saying hello, speaking or noted as about to leave the seance room.
ORBS were seen and these were in the form of unexplained small, blue dots that came as either solitary lights or in a number of two and three. These lights were noted near to sitters and lasted only a few seconds each.
The medium talked about a lovely lady with a smiling face and genuine love for a laugh or two. Information was further given about someone believed to be a Sylvia Ann Ibbetson(née Butterfield; 8 November 1939 – 25 September 2017), perhaps known professionally as Elizabeth Dawn or Liz Dawn. She is recognised as an English actress, best known for her role as Vera Duckworth in the long-running British soap opera Coronation Street. First starting on the serial in 1974, she had a recurring role as a factory worker and that was until her husband, Jack, (played by Bill Tarmey) first appeared in 1979. This part was played for 34 years. It was for her role in the soap, that she received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2008 British Soap Awards. She was appointed an MBE in the 2000 Queens Birthday Honours. In the seance, the lady wanted to mention an anniversary and her love for family and her grandchildren. Getting on with learning scripts had always taken such a lot of time, but now the lady in spirit acknowledged that she felt well taken care of and on holiday, whereby she could look in and in turn take care of her loved ones.
SUMMARY of the investigation led to more insight about the lack of possibility for anything room based to have caused the unexplained sounds or sightings, that had been experienced vividly during the physical seance. Sentimental, had been how the messages in the seance had been described by the recipients. Details could be verified and checked, and the messages were felt to be fulfilling evidence points of personal relevance.