Day 25 – Have you ever used an Ouija board? Experiences?
First of all, I would like to address something that has always bothered since I was a young child. It’s the pronunciation of the word “Ouija”. It is NOT pronounced “wee-jee”. It is pronounced “wee-ja”. This is seriously a pet peeve of mine and drives me absolutely insane when someone says it incorrectly.
Okay, now that that is done, let’s move on to the history of the Ouija board. The first noted reference to automatic writing occurs in China in 1100 AD found in historical documents of the Song Dynasty. The first patent on the toy was issued on February 10, 1891. As you can see it has an extremely long history.
Onto the question. Yes, I have used a Ouija board on several occasions. I do not recommend it to anyone. It opens a doorway to things that you cannot see and cannot control.
There are those of you who are reading this thinking I am absolutely crazy. You are free to think that. I’m alright with you thinking that. Those of you who think that way will be less inclined to “play” with the board. Those of you who don’t think I am crazy, you are the ones that really need to listen.
The Ouija board calls on spirits and demons that are normally beyond this world. Unless you are extremely specific about who you are calling, anything can come through. And they are extremely good at tricking you into believing they are not harmful. Don’t believe them. They are only trying to gain your trust. Like the wolf trapping the lamb.
I won’t go into details about my experiences, because there are way too many to list, but let’s just say that it was enough for me to believe in the extreme power of the object and it was very difficult to free myself from the grasp of those things that came through.
Have any of you had experiences you would like to share? Please comment below. As always, please remain respectful. Thank you for reading!
- Reader Submission: Ouija Entity (ghostsnghouls.com)
- Reader Submission: Ouija Board Evil (ghostsnghouls.com)