Tuesday, November 2, 2010

OUIJA BOARDS...and the Spirit World.

A Ouija Board has long been known to be an instrument used to communicate with the dead. It is also referred to as a "talking board" or "witch board." The word "Ouija" is a blend from the French and German words for "yes", oui and ja. The talking board became popular in the late 1800's and many people used the board to hold seances to communicate with the dead. The talking board has been in existence for over 100 years and many people have their own opinions of it's use. Some people use it for fun. It's almost a staple activity during any teenage slumber party and it's being used by many every Halloween night. Is it a game or a tool to portal the spirit world? You will have to be your own judge. Many people who have used it and made contact with a spirit vow never used the board again, while others embrace the chance to communicate with the spirit of the dead. Which one are you?
When you are trying to communicate with the dead, always keep in mind that the spirit could either be good or evil. To help prevent an evil spirit from entering your life and your surroundings, it's a very good idea to light several while candles and say a prayer before using the Ouija Board so that you are protected from negativity and evil. Here a few other long time practiced tips to follow before beginning your session with the Ouija:

-Place a silver coin on the board to prevent bad spirits from coming through.
-Never use the board alone.Always have someone in the room with you.
-Never use the board in a cemetery.
-Never use the board where a murder or negative energy is present.
-Never use it when you're sick.The evil spirits will feel that and use it to their advantage.


Although the Ouija Board is manufactured by a game company it is far from a game and should be used with caution. You must have respect for the dead and the spirit world. The board is a very powerful link to the unknown so always use it with caution. Enjoy your adventure, contact a good spirit and be safe.


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