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Ouija board meeting
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Ouija board meeting
For the first time in my life I used a Ouija board and it was legit. I trust so because I did it with JayCee and I know she's mature enough not to push the scrye around.

It seemed as if either her house is a great location, or we have a thing for summoning spirits. First we met what seemed to be a Native American who's name, we're kind of unsure, was Ecba. We made the Ouija board ourselves so it might have been confusing to them, causing them to spell incorrectly and such. Next we met something that claimed to be 343 years old, have no gender, and to have lived in 12 A.D. We tried getting it to confirm what it was when it stated it wasn't human, and it spelled out "Deo". We asked if it meant human, it said no, then if the letters d.e.o meant something, and again it was a no. We asked if it could explain to us in a way we might understand, what exactly a "Deo" is, and it said no again. It was very astounding and bewildering.

Then we talked to a man we now call "E". He told us about our past-lives, which I will talk about when I find the appropriate thread. Apparently he was 43 when he died. It seemed that he had trouble with the board as well, for he did as a few others did and scanned over "A, B, C, D" and "J, K, L, M" repeatedly. To help, we allowed him to take a practice scan over the board to figure out where each symbol was. When he did so, he was successful until he made it to the numbers, stopping on four. Then he proceeded to repeat some letters again.

We feel as though we made the board too difficult to read, still. E came back quite a few times after we told him he could rest. We feel as though he likes us. He did say he became fond of us. Also, he watched me use the bathroom, or so he says...O___O; I'm not sure how I feel about that. Perhaps he was kidding. Perhaps...>_>

There was a female spirit named Dace we spoke to after a session with E who told us E was lying about the information he gave us. Of course, we came to the conclusion that she was lying, due to the fact that she didn't like JayCee. She told us that she knew JayCee in a past life, and that she hurt someone that Dace was in love with. She told us the man that she loved was named Jack, and that when they were all young, JayCee played an awful trick on him that cost him his reputation. JayCee asked for forgiveness, to which Dace refused twice. We left her alone rather quickly...

Then we met a 12 yr old girl named Bianca. It seemed either she was too weak to scrye, or JayCee was weak from being used to scrye, but it was very difficult to get anything out of Bianca. We let her rest. We came back to E, or rather he came back to us, and he seemed tired as well. Finally, we let him rest and ended our session.

It was, for the most part, the most spiritually moving thing I've ever experienced, and I can't wait to do it again. E seems like a good friend, and we can't wait to talk to him again. ^_^

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The "board" was a piece of paper taped to a chemistry book. It worked nonetheless.

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2009-06-12 19:20
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And I'll copy my answer regarding Ouija boards from Tale_Chaser's other thread.

Elinox Wrote:And I agree with Min in that anything done with the Ouija board should be taken with a large helping of salt. While Ouija boards have been around for centuries, they were made popular by Parker Brothers as a game in the 70's. I used to play around with a Ouija board and while it was fun and sometimes a bit spooky, I never really asked it any deep questions because of the risk of getting my hopes up from intentional or unintentional sabotage from either myself or others using the board with me. It can be fun to do and occasionally give you some insight, but it should be rememebered that it's still supposed to be a game.

And if neither of you mind my asking, how old are you out of curiosity? (If you'd rather not say, feel free to pm me. <!-- sWink --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!-- sWink -->)

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2009-06-12 20:01
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Elinox Wrote:And if neither of you mind my asking, how old are you out of curiosity? (If you'd rather not say, feel free to pm me. <!-- sWink --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!-- sWink -->)
I'll answer you only after saying that age does not matter when it comes to people like JayCee and myself. We are fully capable, intelligent individuals.

I am 18, soon to be 19 and she is 15.

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2009-06-12 21:29
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Tale_Chaser Wrote:I'll answer you only after saying that age does not matter when it comes to people like JayCee and myself. We are fully capable, intelligent individuals.

Actually, the higher critical functions of the brain don't fully develop until age 22-23. We've seen teenagers with a decent amount of sense and intelligence but my system still considers those under 22-23ish to be still developing in reason and personality.

Of course, we try to approach every point of view with a benevolent skepticism, so it's not necessarily a serious hit against you in our book.

I know the response to your experience is not exactly making you happy and this is rather the same; I'll address that in a reply to your other post.

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2009-06-13 0:59
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Tale_Chaser Wrote:I'll answer you only after saying that age does not matter when it comes to people like JayCee and myself. We are fully capable, intelligent individuals.

And I'll reply with it's not age but individuality. There can be a perfectly mature and intelligent 13 year old and an immature 30 year old. It varies from person to person and their rate of development/personal experiences. I was honestly just curious. And I hate to point this out, but most people probably think of themselves as capable and intelligent. Not trying to insult you, just saying that most people usually think highly of themselves when compared to others. <!-- sWink --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!-- sWink -->

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I'm not an expert on Ouija boards, but doesn't summoning spirits require energy? To summon so many must have take quite a bit of energy out of you two. Also, if you meet so many at one time (no matter how you're doing it), you're bound to run into an entity that doesn't have your best interests at heart.

Why did those spirits come to you, if they did? I mean, they were probably bored, and why were they in a plane that a makeshift Ouija board could access? I would just question the power of a piece of paper on a chemistry notebook. I mean, think about it, aren't you trying to access a separate plane? What ritual were you using? Precautions? If you didn't set up a circle and this actually worked, anything could get in.

Somebody let me know if I'm stepping out of line, like I said, I'm not an expert in these matters so I tried not to overdo it. Lots of questions, though.

If this worked and you've hit the jackpot, fantastic. Congratulations. Like everything else about otherkinness and ESPECIALLY past lives, I always recommend a healthy helping of salt.

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Elinox Wrote:Not trying to insult you, just saying that most people usually think highly of themselves when compared to others. <!-- sWink --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!-- sWink -->

I know that very well. Of course I have faith in myself that I am not just thinking highly of myself. You see, I used to have a lot of problems, and did a lot of stupid things, but it's the fact that I wised up and began bettering myself to become the person I am that I know I am capable and intelligent. Just to clear that up. :3

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Amourosa Wrote:I'm not an expert on Ouija boards, but doesn't summoning spirits require energy? To summon so many must have take quite a bit of energy out of you two. Also, if you meet so many at one time (no matter how you're doing it), you're bound to run into an entity that doesn't have your best interests at heart.

You see, and this is an update since then, that's interesting because:
We did feel VERY unable to use the Ouija board last night when we tried, I think now because we summoned so many. Also, something happened last night that sounds like your advice, though I'm not going to put my faith in that Ouija board. Never...-shudder.-

We tried to summon spirits last night but barely got a response at all. E wasn't even answering... A few hours after we quit, we went to bed. I was sleeping well until I was awaken by this violent whispering that I KNOW I actually heard. I was dreaming of people speaking and the whisper, which I know was a command I just can't remember what it said, interrupted the speaking, causing me to jerk out of sleep in a sickened state. Everything I looked at when I sat up to clear my thoughts scared me half to death. I had to cling to JayCee for a while, but eventually wake her up because I just couldn't relax on my own... I knew what the command said at the time, but immediately forgot upon waking up.

I felt like I had been touched inappropriately... Advice, please?

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Here is where I'd definitely start exploring psychological avenues. One quiet night several years ago, I woke up suddenly to voices in my room that I could hear very, very clearly. They were hallucinations and eventually I grew out of them. I'm not saying your experience was an hallucination, I'm just pointing out that voices in the night are not always ghosts. It could even have been something you were dreaming that startled you and woke you up.

Definitely rule out the "mundane" before exploring supernatural options.

If that doesn't work for you, lay off the psychic stuff for awhile. Meditate, ground yourself, and learn how to protect yourselves when you do that kind of thing. I read an account of a woman asking for help because, using a Ouija board, she had attracted a nasty spirit and it was making a poltergeist-like presence in her house. All because she didn't cast a circle or use precautionary measures. Make sure you really know what you're doing before delving into things that can be this serious.

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