Home circle.

Here is a summary of our home circle.

Home circle held 2nd August 2022.

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Every physical seance is different 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 seance opened and the medium at first closed her eyes. It was at that point she began to refer to descriptions of individuals in spirit that she could see.

ORBS noted, could be depicted as small, blue and distinct round unexplained lights that were seen momentarily and were unexplained by any other environment or person based cause from inside or outside of the seance room at that time.

On this occasion the MESSAGES were shorter but inclusive of personality information, details about individual preferences and memories. Validations could be given by the sitter recipients who were given the spoken of evidence. The individuals in spirit gave information and this was relayed to the specific sitters via the medium.

The medium referred to someone thought to be a James David Graham Niven (1 March 1910 – 29 July 1983) a British actor, memoir writer and novelist. He won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance as Major Pollock in Separate Tables (1958). In the seance the gentleman spoke about being able to recognise family as those upon one can rely and he alluded to an anniversary date.

SUMMARY of the experiences and events, after the seance, led to discussion about what had occurred. Members talked about what they had seen and heard. Collectively, sitters acknowledged the meaningful experiences that had a relevance for them. In terms of the seance, it was useful to note how these differed and why validations could be given. It was not enough for a few facts to simply coincide with a sitter’s reference to it, there had to be significance and substance to anything that had been accepted and this was used as a way to determine what the gathered evidence involved. Meaningful references were given as for sitters’ own acceptance and recognition of certain parts of the seance.