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#1 Chrltt

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 03:41 AM

Someone I knew said that after using an ouiji board you flip the glass over, but someone els said that lets the spirit out and that you have to keep it the empty bit side down and leave it there for 24 hours with candles around it. I also read somewhere that when you are leaving the ghost has to say goodbye, and if it dosent it can make your life miserable.

I'm not sure if these are true, has anyone heard of one them or known about another thing you have to do after using an ouiji board? :hug:

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 09:52 AM

You have to say goodbye to it....and close the door way. If you don't close it most and more spirits/demons are going to come through, not just the one you were talking to. I have never hear of anything dealing with a glass...thats a first for me. As most of our villagers may already know...I say never use them, you don't know who or what you are really talking to. Its like picking up a phone and pressing any number, you don't know who is going to pick up the other end.
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Posted 05 September 2005 - 02:11 PM

Yes, always make sure you move the planchette to "goodbye" after you use it...I agree with kats_god though...it would be better if you didn't use a ouija board at all...

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Posted 06 September 2005 - 04:08 AM

thankyou for the information, i have used last year, be me and my friends decided not to do it anymore, but my sister does it sometimes even if i do not approve and sometimes I can't stop her.

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Posted 06 September 2005 - 05:28 AM

Anything she is letting in is going to effect you as well.
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Posted 08 September 2005 - 01:25 PM

Ouija boards are more work than they are worth, at least from my experiences. You are better off going to a seance that is led by a qulified medium. Anytime folks go messing about with something they aren't qulified to do, there are problems. Spirit communication should be informative, helpful, and even fun. You don't need anything like a board to speak with Spirit. I suggest you and your sister look for a medium who has some actual training and does scheduled seances. The National Spiritualist Church has various 'camps' around the country where you can get readings and go to group sessions as well.
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Posted 28 September 2005 - 09:00 AM

You have to say goodbye to it....and close the door way. If you don't close it most and more spirits/demons are going to come through, not just the one you were talking to. I have never hear of anything dealing with a glass...thats a first for me.


Using glass is almost like using the board except that instead you use a wine glass upside down so that the rim of the glass is touching the table. Then you take two pieces of paper (one for yes and one for no) and then you ask yes and no questions. You can also write down on pieces of paper the alphabet too and use the glass to ask questions. I have only used the wine glass for yes and no questions as it seems to work best for me. But I have known people to use the alphabet with the glass instead.
As with anything in the "unknown" you always want to research what you're about to do first!! And then once you feel that you have enough knowledge on the subjec to then go ahead and use the board or glass.

Edited by aloha_spirit, 28 September 2005 - 11:24 AM.





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