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Hottest Christmas gift this year: An Ouija board
11-27-2014, 02:08 PM #16
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There has been an increased awareness of the the "other side" due in part to the success of shows like Ghost Hunters, Ghost Adventures, A Haunting, Ghost Asylum, Amish Haunting, the Dead Files, among others.
The one instrument none of them utilize is the spirit board.
For one, they prove nothing as opposed to video documentation, EVP's and spirit box sessions. The other problem is people that use those in houses where spirits dwell often open a porthole they fail to close, basically inviting in lower "crap" entities that feed off negative energies. Call them demons if you want, but that may give them too much credit.
They predate Christianity and only started the demon thing after Christianity.
They are liars that feed off intimidation.
If you live with any spirits in your own place, it's best to NOT attempt communication as it always ends up being a bad decision.
Most of the time not much will go on, by mid January most Ouija boards will be stashed in the closet, but a very small percentage may well experience more than they bargained for.

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11-27-2014, 02:30 PM #17
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Windows and doorways upon other dimensions where diabolical entities exist awaiting access into our reality...

No f###en wonder theres sooo much misery and violence and suffering and chaos and evil in this world...

Millions of ouija boards have been sold all over the world and so millions of portals have been opened...

Tptb who allow these to be sold to anyone as toys know this for they conjure and summon demons...

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11-27-2014, 03:37 PM #18
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(11-27-2014, 01:20 PM)Cloud Atlas Wrote:  curiosity killed the cat

have heard too many weird stories, so why take the risk?

why not buy better toys like :

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and:
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11-27-2014, 03:52 PM #19
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Yeah like maybe these two should get together wouldnt they make a lovely couple?! ha haa haaa haaaa haaaaa (*=*)

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11-27-2014, 04:00 PM #20
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Oh wow that's a great match! That's one reality show I would actually watch!

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11-27-2014, 04:06 PM #21
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(11-27-2014, 04:00 PM)Octo Wrote:  Oh wow that's a great match! That's one reality show I would actually watch!

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If I was a television writer or producer who knew who I would need to know to get things going I think I just might have thought of above what would quickly become the wildest and most popular reality show ever made and now for a good name hmmm lest see how about "C3PO GETS LAID" ha haa haaa (*=*) or maybe "LOHAN WARS" instead of STAR WARS ha haa haaa (*=*) or maybe "C3PLINDSAYOHHH" ha haa haaa (*=*) this is just too much I think I gotta make it its own thread...
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11-27-2014, 04:27 PM #22
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(11-27-2014, 03:52 PM)Cosmic August Wrote:  Yeah like maybe these two should get together wouldnt they make a lovely couple?! ha haa haaa haaaa haaaaa (*=*)

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she looks cute.
11-27-2014, 05:10 PM #23
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The history of the ouija board is interesting, in that, it was originally poupular as a spiritual device to contact deceased loved ones...fastforward to media/TV using the ouija board in horror movies...we now have it thought of as a devil's tool.

Quote:In that year, The Exorcist scared the pants off people in theaters, with all that pea soup and head-spinning and supposedly based on a true story business; and the implication that 12-year-old Regan was possessed by a demon after playing with a Ouija board by herself changed how people saw the board. “It’s kind of like Psycho—no one was afraid of showers until that scene… It’s a clear line,” says Murch, explaining that before The Exorcist, film and TV depictions of the Ouija board were usually jokey, hokey, and silly—“I Love Lucy,” for example, featured a 1951 episode in which Lucy and Ethel host a séance using the Ouija board. “But for at least 10 years afterwards, it’s no joke… [The Exorcist] actually changed the fabric of pop culture.”

[quote]In that year, The Exorcist scared the pants off people in theaters, with all that pea soup and head-spinning and supposedly based on a true story business; and the implication that 12-year-old Regan was possessed by a demon after playing with a Ouija board by herself changed how people saw the board. “It’s kind of like Psycho—no one was afraid of showers until that scene… It’s a clear line,” says Murch, explaining that before The Exorcist, film and TV depictions of the Ouija board were usually jokey, hokey, and silly—“I Love Lucy,” for example, featured a 1951 episode in which Lucy and Ethel host a séance using the Ouija board. “But for at least 10 years afterwards, it’s no joke… [The Exorcist] actually changed the fabric of pop culture.”


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