Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Do’s And Dont’s of Ouija boards

 

Hmm…. back with the ouija board…but this time its more arranged….coz with paranormal investigations , occult comes hand in hand!

 

DO

  • Ask the spirit world or God - however you want to put it - for protection BEFORE you do it.
  • Do it with good intent - don't try to deceive or insult anyone with it.
  • Drink water, because that can help clear negative energy. Definitely don't have any alcohol.
  • Give the board time to work. Sometimes it takes a while for that planchette to start moving. One way to get the ball rolling is by slowly and deliberately circling the board with the planchette. You will know it when something takes hold and it starts to move on its own.
  • Make sure all the people you do it with are calm and have no emotional or mental problems, and make sure they have the same good intent as you. Choose your partners carefully. Negativity, ridicule, or bad attitude can cause the board to not work at all, or worse, summon something equally negative that may be difficult to banish.
  • Be serious about it, but cheerful at the same time. Don't bark commands at the board. Ask questions politely and never laugh or ridicule answers that may seem ridiculous at first glance.
  • Do keep your board partners down to a manageable number. 4 or less is the usual recommendation, with maybe one more to act as the recorder or scribe (a tape recorder will work for this, too). Answers that make no sense initially may reveal themselves to be extremely relevant later on.
  • Do it in the daytime rather than at night, so you're less likely to get jumpy. Choose a comfortable and familiar place to use the board. Just as in everyday life, you are more apt to be successful and less apt to be a target when you are on your own, familiar turf.
  • Set the mood before your session. Soft background music is perfectly acceptable. Dim the lights and do a few minutes of quiet meditation before starting. A circle of candles (white or blue) around the table is a common practice for protection (be sure to close the circle afterwards), as is saying a prayer or chant beforehand, according to your own beliefs. Burning protection herbs as incense may also be of benefit, and carrying a favorite protection crystal or stone in your pocket if you have one is certainly not a bad idea.

 

DONT

  • Don't get drunk at a party and run to the graveyard down the street with the Ouija board under your arm to see what happens. This is akin to asking for possession.
  • Don't try to call up a specific person, especially at first. This may pose an inconvenience for them, and it is also dangerous practice, as there are plenty of unfriendly entities just waiting for a chance to make a fool out of you.
  • Don't continue with board usage if anyone in the group starts to feel anxious or afraid. Quietly ask the spirit to leave and put the board away. Be sure to say Goodbye and get a response before ending the session. As stated over and over in these pages, talking boards can be quite dangerous, especially if an entity is allowed to get a foothold.
  • Don't have multiple people asking questions. Choose a spokesman beforehand and have everyone else remain silent throughout to avoid misunderstanding and confusion.
  • Don't ask it questions about the future, because the spirit world can't tell you about the future.
  • Don't believe everything the board tells you, but don't be openly critical or skeptical either. If you believe you are getting a crock of crap, end the session, say goodbye to the entity, and try again later.
  • NEVER leave the planchette on the board when you are not using it, and NEVER remove the planchette from the board while in use!!

In conclusion, USE COMMON SENSE! Exclude friends who are negative, be respectful, take a few precautions to begin with, and you should have an experience to remember. Good luck, and be careful!

3 comments:

  1. Your blog is amazing! Did you really try out a planchette?

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  2. Stop using the board immediately if the spirit becomes repetitive, repeats z and o, goes in the alphabet, or goes in figure eights.

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  3. NEVER let the planchette go to the person that it might posses if that happens you must say goodbye A.S.A.P

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