Home circle.

Here is a summary of our home circle.

Home circle held 26th March 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 at first and began to describe information about who she could depict in terms of individuals in spirit. Subsequently, individuals referred to who they would like to speak. It was as individuals gave informative references that lights were seen in the seance.

ORBS noted, could be depicted as small, round, blue 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. One larger Orb was observed in particular.

MESSAGES were then given and these were inclusive of personality information, details about individual preferences and memories. Certain younger individuals in spirit were acknowledged and it was as a reference was given by one young male to an item, a few minutes later the sound of rustling as if from that same item was heard in an unoccupied area of the room.

An unexplained scent was depicted. The scent was strongly floral and was claimed by members alongside a cool gust of air.

The medium referred to someone believed to be an Irwin Allen Ginsberg (June 3, 1926 – April 5, 1997) an American poet and a writer. It was when a student at Columbia University in the 1940s, that he began friendships with Lucien Carr, William S. Burroughs and Jack Kerouac, thus forming the core of the Beat Generation. He was against militarism, economic materialism and sexual repression. He embodied various aspects of what had become known as a counterculture with his views on drugs, sex, hostility to bureaucracy, multiculturalism and openness to religions from the East. In the seance the gentleman spoke about funny moments being significant and working too hard at something from one perspective might not always give you the best perspective.

SUMMARY of the experiences and events led to discussion about what had occurred. Members started to talk about unexplained noises and sights that had been observed. It came about that as sitters spoke, they found interesting the timing of when those things had been noted. Members spoke about how earlier speeches had given more detailed insight and explanations. There were a few moments given to discussion about how the seance had provided information personally and collective experiences shared in similar thoughts about why they had been noted.