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Definitions of seance in various dictionaries:
noun - a meeting of spiritualists
noun - a meeting of persons seeking spiritualistic messages
SEANCE - A séance or seance () is an attempt to communicate with spirits. The word "séance" comes from the French word for "session", from the Old French se...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|It may raise spirits|
|Communication between planes?|
|It takes place in the dark|
|Raiser of spirits|
|Whoopi held one in "Ghost"|
|Meeting with a medium|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|Every Thursday after "Jeopardy!" we hold one of these "sittings" to receive messages from our late Uncle Wiggin|
|From the French for "sitting", it's a "medium-sized" gathering for communicating with the dead|
|French for "a sitting", it's a meeting at which a medium tries to communicate with the dead|
A séance or seance () is an attempt to communicate with spirits. The word "séance" comes from the French word for "session", from the Old French seoir, "to sit". In French, the word's meaning is quite general: one may, for example, speak of "une séance de cinéma" ("a movie session"). In English, however, the word came to be used specifically for a meeting of people who are gathered to receive messages from ghosts or to listen to a spirit medium discourse with or relay messages from spirits. In modern English usage, participants need not be seated while engaged in a séance.|
* One of the earliest books on the subject of communication amongst deceased persons was Communication With the Other Side by George, First Baron Lyttelton, published in England in 1760. Among the notable spirits quoted in this volume are Peter the Great, Pericles, a "North-American Savage", William Penn, and Christina, Queen of Sweden. The popularity of séances grew dramatically with the founding of the religion of Sp