Definition of Seance
The word seance comes from the French language, meaning seat or session. It is used to describe a meeting of people who gather together to receive spiritual messages or to communicate with the dead. Often people are portrayed as seated around a table holding hands, but that’s not necessary to conduct a seance. Like many practices, the media and Hollywood have tended to perpetuate a lot of hype around seances that isn’t necessarily factual.
TERM OF THE DAY
The angles, or relationships, between planets, and the moon, in the zodiac or horoscope. As they move through the heavens in their elliptical orbit they form major aspects conjunct, opposition, square, trine, and sextile. The relationship to each other can be harmonious, dynamic, or neutral depending on their position.Read the full Aspect definition