Ouija Board Rules


Investigate Paranormal Activity with Ouija Board

Ouija Board:

Ouija Board is not a game and should therefore not be attempted by anyone who does not know what they are doing and knows nothing about the Ouija board rules. When you are using the Ouija board you are allowing paranormal entities to communicate to you through the board, but you have no control over what kind of entity it is. You could be contacting a harmless spirit or you could be dealing with actual demonic creatures that will do everything they can to harm you. So I strongly recommend that you do not play around with the board in any way. It is just too dangerous if you do not know anything about and how you protect yourself.




Take Control of Your Life




The entity you let into your house:


When you are using the Ouija board you are giving a signal that you are trying to contact spirits. You must be ready to face whatever that may come through that open window, and you also have to be aware that this window cannot easily be closed. Many different energies, good or bad, may enter your home. You therefore need to know how to protect yourself against negative energy and how to follow some Ouija board rules of protection and safety.


The thing about Ouija board is that it allows the spirit or demon to express themselves more freely this way than for instance with a yes/no pendulum. It can therefore also threaten, manipulate and make demands if it wishes to do so.


The good thing about Ouija board is, that it gives the spirits this clear way to express themselves and give valuable answers and information. You can get a lot of information out of the spirits this way, which makes it such a significant tool for ghost hunting.


When you are communicating with spirits through an Ouija board, you may want to start out by asking:

1 are there any spirits in this room who would like to communicate?

2 are your intentions good or bad?

Then if no, you can go on to factual questions, which you can look up later and see if it is true. Avoid yes/no questions. You could for instance ask:

3 what is your name?

4 how old are you?

5 what year are you in?