Dangerous or Safe?
Do you have a passion for the Ouija Board? As long as I can remember, people have warned me about using one and I never have. Then there are those people who use them on a regular basis. Here are some thoughts expressed by others:
- Spirits that come through a Ouija are thought to be on a lower astral plane and are usually those that suffered a murder, sudden death, or suicide.
- The board itself is not dangerous, it the form of communication that is.
- A Ouija board is dangerous because when used, uninvited spirits will enter your home.
- The Ouija board user has absolutely no control over the type of presence that enters.
- The spirits that enter through a Ouija board have identical personalities as to when they were alive on Earth.
- It is possible that a demonic presence will enter through the use of a Ouija board.
- Once a demonic presence is allowed into your home it will be extremely difficult to get rid of it.
- There are documented cases of demonic entities in homes after the use of a Ouija board.
- A Ouija board should never be donated or given away; it should be destroyed.
- The game was invented in the early 1890s by Elijah Bond, who sold his patent to William Fuld. Fuld saw this as a money-maker and sold the game to Parker Brothers in 1966.
- Parker Brothers did not want to alienate Christians so continued to promote the Ouija board as a harmless game instead of possible Satanic possession.Using the Ouija board is simply based on self-deception.
- If it’s so dangerous, why is the Ouija board sold in toy stores?
- If you blindfold the two users of a Ouija Board, they will not be successful at spelling out anything because they can’t see the letters.
Participants are actually practicing what scientists call the ideomotor effect; unconsciously moving the planchette and believing it’s actual spirit activity. If Ouija boards are the real deal then players would never need to touch the planchette after asking a question. Spirits would respond to the question by moving it.
Famous Users of Ouija Boards include Jane Roberts of Seth Speaks, Dick Brooks of the Houdini Museum, Bill Wilson the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, poet William Butler Yeats, Aleister Crowley and Jane Wolfe. A not so famous convicted murderer by the name of Stephen Young won a retrial in his case. It was discovered that four jurors had used a Ouija board to contact the murdered man who told them that Young was his killer. Young was later convicted a second time for the crime.