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Ouija Boards For those of you that do not know what a ouija board is it is a device used to supposedly ask questions of and receive answers from a seemingly supernatural force Using a ouija board has become a controversial subject Some people regard them as evil or a tool of the Devil yet they continue to be sold in stores along Scrabble and Monopoly as a game The Ouija board was invented in the early 1890s by William Fuld It is now sold by Parker Brothers A ouija board is a small board with various symbols printed on its surface These symbols include all letters of the alphabet the numbers 1 to 9 and 0 and the words yes and no A smaller board shaped like a heart called a planchette or pointer is used to direct the answers Two or more people rest a Ouija board on their laps and press their fingers lightly on the pointer One of them asks the board a question The pointer supposedly answers by indicating a word or a number or by spelling out words According to people who believe in the ouija board spirits guide the pointer Others think the fingers of the questioner influence the pointer There are basic guidelines that should be followed for using Ouija boards If any of you are willing to try one you should check out some of the safe things to do to protect yourself or anyone else from possible harm As many people improvise a ouija board as a game it is always best to protect yourself Where there is no protection from evil forces extremely frightening things can occur Sinister messages can be spelt out claimed to come from the devil As to prove that no one person is purposely pushing the pointer tales have been told of all removing their fingers except
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