Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 24th November 2020.
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The investigation into a physical seance started in a closed and prepared room. Experienced medium and members sat facing each other and in full view of all objects, which had been placed in the room prior to the seance commencing.
MESSAGES were collectively heard and this was within the first few minutes of the seance opening.
The medium temporarily closed her eyes and began to talk about who she could see in spirit, what they were indicating and then who they desired to give a message.
Details about individuals in spirit, preferences and personal references were stipulated clearly by the medium. There were VALIDATIONS which were importantly received, and could be both understood as relevant and fully acceptable by the sitters, because of several openly revealed reasons.
SIMULTANEOUSLY noted evidence of individuals in spirit giving detailed messages to recipients within the seance, was further investigated. Information only was passed on to member sitters and no questions were asked. The sitters simply responded with an acknowledgement if they could accept what had been put to them.
The medium referred to a gentleman in spirit, a person believed to be Richard Burton, CBE (born Richard Walter Jenkins Jr.; 10 November 1925 – 5 August 1984) was a Welsh actor. Noted for his unique and baritone voice, Burton established himself as a formidable Shakespearean actor in the 1950s, and he gave a memorable performance of Hamlet in 1964. In the seance, a birthday celebration was mentioned for him and dogs came into show that they had a presence around him. Healthy and feeling much more agile, the gentleman in spirit showed a large green emerald in imagery and talked of the need that himself and his children all have in replenishing breaks away. Sports came in as important and the embrace for two children, who recently had emotionally needed him a lot.
SUMMARY of the seance led to experiences gained from the investigation being discussed and debated. Members felt that the information had been insightful and could be supported by what they already knew about those same people’s personal traits and identifying features.