How many people have sold their souls to the devil,by playing with Talking boards, doing seances ?Playing occult type games?
They say that there is a right and a wrong way to shut down a talking board or Ouija board,but in honest truth, one does not, nor can not possibly know the true answers to the question,are they safe?
This could explain some of the dangers of working with the after life through these particular boards.
Is it dangerous to use the Ouija board? I get so many emails and letters with horror stories about Ouija Boards. Isn’t it about time that people realized that if you approach the spirit world looking for frights then it is likely that you’ll not only frighten yourself but there are long-term consequences.
The Ouija board first appeared in stores in the 1890s, a mark of 19th century America’s obsession with spiritualism. It was a flat board with the letters of the alphabet written in two arced rows over a straight line of numbers, 0 through 9. The words “YES” and “NO” appear in the uppermost corners and “GOODBYE” is written at the bottom. The board comes with a planchette, a tear-drop shaped device on little feet with a hole in its body through which you can read the number or letter underneath it.