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Ouija boards

Discussion in 'After-Death Communication' started by Maria, Apr 25, 2018.

  1. Maria

    Maria New Member

    Has anyone here ever used a Ouija board to contact your deceased loved ones or just as a toy when you were a child? If so, what were the results? (Personally I would not touch one for all money in the world even if there is the chance that it could help me connect with a desired spirit). Also, I have never come across a simple explanation as to why Ouija boards can be a portal to attract evil entities so can someone clarify.
     
  2. genewardsmith

    genewardsmith Active Member

    I tried a Ouija board once as a teen, not attempting to contact any spirits, but just as a toy. My sister and I were having it answer questions, and it claimed it knew the future. I asked if I was ever going to read "Tarzan", by Edgar Rice Burroughs, thinking it unlikely since what I knew of it made it sound stupid. The Ouija board said I would. I said in that case, I'd make a point not to do so. It said I would anyway. Years later, I won a contest at Cody's bookstore in Berkeley, where the prize (unknown to me in advance) turned out to be a complete set of the Tarzan books, in a nifty wood case with a glass front. At that point I bowed to Fate.
     
  3. bluebird

    bluebird Major Contributor

    I have used a Ouija board a few times when I was younger, in high school and college. I did it hoping to contact a spirit, though I wasn't trying to contact a dead loved one or anyone in particular. I never had a bad experience with it, but I have read about some who have, and in my opinion it's not worth messing with just in case there are any bad/evil spirits which might come through.

    I don't even know if there is an afterlife, or spirits, and I don't believe in Satan/devils, but who knows? Since I know that I don't know everything, by any means, I prefer to just not take the chance. It has been my experience in the past that when I have participated, some spirit or other always seemed to come through. More than once I have been watching other people "play" with it, and they were not having any results, so I touched the planchette with one finger and it started moving (I was definitely not doing it, and I really don't think they were, either).

    Now, if I knew for sure that there is an afterlife and that I could contact my husband via a Ouija board, I would absolutely do so, regardless of any possible risk to me.
     
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  4. Maria

    Maria New Member

    Bluebird, if you have used the Ouija board in the past without any adverse effects, maybe you have nothing to lose in trying to contact your husband. If you do try, I would be very interested in hearing about your results. Best of luck!
     
  5. Bill Z

    Bill Z Established Member

    Bluebird if you chose to do this please ask for protection. I have never heard of good experiences with the Ouija board. I do not believe in satan or powerful evil entities (other than politicians & clergy lol) but I have encountered lower level malignant entities that I let in to my life through depression and anger, lower frequency vibrations. Be careful and Peace. May the love and guidance of the Great Spirit be with you on this journey.
     
  6. bluebird

    bluebird Major Contributor

    Thank you, Maria and Bill; I very much appreciate your good wishes. I don't think I will be using the Ouija board any time soon in an attempt to contact my husband, though, since even if there is an afterlife I can't know if I would be able to contact him in that way. My life is shitty enough without possibly inviting any additional negativity into it, if such things do exist. If I ever do decide to use it, though, I will definitely ask my husband to protect me (I don't really believe in a god, so to me there is no point to asking for protection of that sort).

    LOL to Bill, regarding your "politicians and clergy" comment (though of course there are good people in those positions as well ;)).
     
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  7. Ski

    Ski Active Member

    Yes, as a teen...and no nothing ever happened, at least not in my experience.
     
  8. Corey

    Corey New Member

    Bluebird, it's interesting you say that as soon as you put just one finger on the planchette, the thing started moving like crazy. I haven't used one in a very long time but I went through a Ouija phase back in high school. I never seemed to be very "good at it" lol. I remember once my sister and I were using it and it wasn't working and then as soon as my friend put just one finger on it the thing moved like crazy! It definitely seems that some people are more open to it than others for whatever reason.
    It is interesting to me, though, that communicating with the other side via a pendulum seems a hell of a lot safer than using a Ouija board. Does anybody know why? Could it just be the negative historical energy around Ouija boards?
     
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  9. Amore

    Amore Active Member

    I was just gonna ask the same question! I have never used a Ouija board but used to use a pendulum many years ago. At the time I didn't really believe in spirits and assumed I'm communicating with my own subconscious. I used it mainly to help me make decisions. But why does the Ouija board have such a bad reputation?
     
  10. bluebird

    bluebird Major Contributor

    I think that any form of attempted communication with spirits/afterlife carries the same risks, if there are risks at all. In my opinion, the method (ouija board, pendulum, whatever) is irrelevant.
     
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