Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 7th December 2021.
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Every physical seance is different, individually sat for and investigated accordingly, but there are important preparations which remain the same. A room is designated for the investigation into a physical seance and this is because it can be separate and closed off during the set and scheduled process. Seating is all positioned so as each member can see one another and fully observe all objects that are placed on a centrally situated table.
Each investigation into a physical seance is held in a closed room. Experienced members and medium gathered together and sat in fully visible positions to each other and all the objects in the room.
The medium closed her eyes and then began to REFER to what she could depict in terms of information of individuals in spirit. Validations could be given as for specific, pieces of verbal evidence of individuals in spirit. The validations were received from the sitters who could claim the references as verifiable for and to them.
Subsequently MESSAGES were focused to members in the seance as from individuals in spirit and these were inclusive of personality trait information, details about individual preferences and recollectable memories.
The medium referred to someone thought to be a Sylvia Ann Ibbetson MBE (née Butterfield; 8 November 1939 – 25 September 2017), known professionally as Elizabeth Dawn or Liz Dawn, an English actress, perhaps best known for her role as Vera Duckworth in the long-running British soap opera Coronation Street. It has been noted that she first started on the serial in 1974, and she had a recurring role as a factory worker until her husband, Jack, (played by Bill Tarmey) first appeared in 1979. She played Vera for 34 years. For her role in the soap, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2008 British Soap Awards, and she was appointed an MBE in the 2000 Queens Birthday Honours. In the seance the lady spoke about achievement and family, both of which she felt brought quality of life, quite like anything else. Agility and mobility were both mentioned by her as having greatly improved and she was all the better for it, she said as she waved at the seance.
SUMMARY of the experiences and events led to discussion about what had occurred. Several messages had been given to the seance and validated by members. Validations were important as for a basis upon which evidence could be collated. As a lot of the references were personal, it was significant to be able to understand in more pertinent detail, the relevance of those conversations and messages.