This evenings board meeting began in the usual manner. On this occasion the subject of intent for communication was 'Artists'. Basically we invited artists to offer their names and to give us a few details about themselves, which information might assist us towards confirming their identities through evidential research.
The séance room felt notably energised at the outset and as we opened with the customary prayer the three sitters present were looking forward to whatever might occur. As usual, RENE was the first communicator to indicate his presence as he took his place as gatekeeper for the evening. The following communication is spelled as received:
LEO NARDO. A SEPPLN. OMAN. Where did you live? ITALY. OIL (this in reply...when we asked the form of art he worked with). KIDNEY. RABBIT. SARAH. DRAMBUE.
LANARA. ANDY. GOOD BOY. NADO BE RARE SPIRIT.
THE THINKER. NANA. RAYMOND YELLOW. OPEN BOX. SCULPTURE. ENGLAND. 1976.
TONY HART. WALTER. NORA MASON 1969.
REGINALD BAILEY. SWANS.
BOB TIFFANY. FORK LIFT DRIVER. CARVING. WOOD. 1974.
ASRAL WILL HAPPEN. GO TO BED EARLY ZZZ. COLLECT MONEY FOR DOMINOES.
In all a productive evening, with many different energies felt as the glass moved readily around the board, seemingly with developing confidence. We aren't overly concerned at this point that the spelled words often appear either random or irrelevant. There is some established structure and developmental progress is apparent, which was particularly evident this evening when we felt uncertain about one communicator...we asked Rene to come forward and his response was both immediate and reassuring.
We are already very much looking forward to our next board meeting : )
Following this sitting I carried out a bit of on-line research into the given names etc. During one search I found a clip of Tony Hart (this link highlighted above)...and was consequently reminded of his work with Aardman Animations...and this led me to remembering an article I had seen earlier in the day, about art work upon slate tiles being auctioned in a bid to preserve the historical Clevedon community cinema.
Further research, this time into 'Bob Tiffany' led me to this! Fork lift truck driver
Chris Di Nucci