The Wigi Board was invented by the devil for humans to communicate with the unknown, but never put your hands on one of the cursors. (cursor: thing that moves around on it) You shouldn't because if you are dealing with a demon it will think that YOU are trying to communicate with it, that is bad. Also its a communication of to the devil! Why would you wanna do it?
P.S if you wanna debate with me on this or etc. go for it! lol
yeah she had it for awhile it told her she'd have three kids(me,my brother and sister)that she'd get divorced(it happened)and that she'd fall in love with god(she remarried to someone named Jesus)and that she'd die in a plane crash.It got so bad in the house that my grandma finally burned it.
My friends and I spent many an hour seriously trying to communicate through one of these when we were kids. We believed we spent much time and nothing ever happened. We had open minds and practiced patience with it and tried concentrating and letting the mind wander. We tried every method we could read about. Guess what happened? Nothing. It is a bunch of nonsense. We really tried. s! Ehhh!!!
I once had an opportunity to purchase a table saw and router that was forged in the Mountain of Doom by the dark Lord Sauron specifically for making "Wigi Boards" from the wood cut from the felled trees of the Forest of Mirkwood.
Unfortunately, they both required the souls of the damned for power and all I had was 220V.
I had never seen or heard of one until I stayed the night with a friend when I was about 9 years old. She had one. I told my mother about it the next day and she about fainted. I was instructed to never ever go near one again. LOL It was an interesting experience.
Yes we did. She was asking it things and we spelled out stuff. She asked it something and we were "instructed" to walk down to the corner of her street and watch for a certain car. We did it, but never saw anything. LOL
I have some unexplained events that happened right after my son died. I'm open to the possibility of ghosts or spirits. I regular eat a haunted restaurant and have yet to have anything unexplained happen there. I have a hub about it (search Waxahachie)and two hubs about Texas haunted hotels. If you're in to that sort of things you should read the comments a guy left on my San Antonio hotels hub. He had a hair-raising experience there the week after I posted my hub.
LOL......thanks for catching my typo! Yes, I did not eat A restaurant, I eat AT one. LOL
I wouldn't go so far to go to psychic over it, but things just happened that were beyond explanation. I'm glad your friend found comfort in going. That's all that matters. A grieving mother needs that and it doesn't matter how she gets it in my opinion.
Kenrick Chatmanposted 11 years agoin reply to this
"He (the Chief Exorcist who averaged 10 exorcisms per day and around 50K for his career) attributes the number of exorcisms performed to his opinion that "People have lost the Faith, and superstition, magic, Satanism, or Ouija boards have taken its place, which then open all the doors to the presence of demons."
When are you (or the skeptical medical including psychosis experts) going to set up the study to observe 100s of these exorcisms for a year or two? Likewise, you can determine if this old Catholic ritual is a hoax or not.
As a kid, my friends and I spent hours with one pal's Ouija board - mostly to try to figure out if one boy or another liked one girl or another. Good old "Weegie" didn't seem to know what it was talking about. I don't think we even knew it was supposed to "spirits" answering the questions. Then we all grew up and relied fortune cookies instead (provided, of course, they said what we chose to believe). These days I buy a whole package of fortune cookies at my grocery store - and the world is my oyster.
I don't believe in the devil, and I don't think, even if there are spirits that/who would like to communicate with us, they'd need to resort to going through a toy that is manufactured by - who - Parker Brothers? Milton Bradley?
To me, it just doesn't make sense that if there are spirits "out there" they'd need to resort to sending their messages through something man-made, like a Ouija board. Surely, if they exist, they have some way to send messages other first hoping some fourteen-year-old digs a Ouija board out of a basement and then using the alphabet. It just seems to me that if they exist they're probably more "advanced" than that.
Oiuja boards were invented as a harmless childrens game, and thats what they still are. It is only dangerous if you are already a borderline religious nutter, in which case it might push you over the edge, but you can hardly blame a bit of carboard and wood for that.
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