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LMFAO ALWAYS YOU WITH THE RANDOM GIFS!!!!
It is made by a toy company, The Parker Bros.
The Spirit Writing with a planchette is actually first seen in China in 1100 B.C. during the Song dynasty, not Morocco.
The Ouija board as we know it was patented in the U.S. on May 28, 1890. Later sold to the Parker company.
A Ouija Board has about as much power as a number 2 led pencil. It all depends on the use and the user.
A Ouija board in theory is used to allow spirits a channel to communicate with the living by harnessing the energy of the users, in some cases perhaps even through a possession depending on the health of certain users.
The idea is to create a thought process by a certain amount of users then to call upon the dead. The is simply called Calling.
When the users feel there is a presence they would ask a series of questions and maybe get an answer when not manipulated by one of the users.
One of the most common mistakes is that a calling session is not closed by telling the spirit that the session is over and saying good bye. This tells the spirits that the living no longer wishes to communicate with the dead.
Without that they will in theory stick around until the next session assuming that someone still wants to communicate with them.
Should the calling attract an earth bound entity, then it has just found a source of energy and it has been invited by the users.
To understand where dangers may come in, go into any major city and stand on the street calling for anyone named Joe.
When you finally get a Joe to come to you, figure out if it is a Nice Joe or a Bad Joe.
Get the picture??
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