Home circle.

Here is a summary of our home circle.

Home circle held 20th February 2024.

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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 medium closed her eyes and began to refer to the individuals in spirit that she could depict in the seance. In each case of reference, individuals were described and focus was given to why and who they would like to speak.

ORBS were visually acknowledged and noted. The Orbs could be depicted as small, slow moving, 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.

MESSAGES were inclusive of personality information, details about individual preferences and memories. Sitters could validate what had been given to them in terms of references and messages.

The medium referred to someone thought to be a Windsor Davies (28 August 1930 – 17 January 2019) a British actor. He is perhaps best remembered for playing a Battery Sergeant Major Williams in the sitcom It Ain’t Half Hot Mum (1974–1981) and this was over its entire run. The show’s popularity resulted in Davies and his co-star Don Estelle achieving a UK number-one hit and this was with a version of “Whispering Grass” in 1975. He later starred with Donald Sinden in Never the Twain (1981–1991), and his deep Welsh-accented voice was heard extensively in advertising voice-overs. In the seance he spoke about commitment to any role and how it was important to decide what one wanted to do. Sticking to it was half the way to winning.

SUMMARY of the experiences and events led to discussion about what had occurred. It was collective notes that made up the majority of the seance. Both poignant and humorous, sitters joined in laughter about certain fragments of messages and earlier opportunities to speak with loved ones. It was good to be able to hear directly from sitters how experiences had featured for them.