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What is a ouija board

  • Basically, it’s a board, such as the one pictured above, you have to put your hand on a planchette, and the planchette is supposed to move around by itself and send you messages from the beyond

Brief history

  • The concept of “planchette writing” as a means of contacting the dead dates back to the Song Dynasty in China (1100 AD)
  • But the ouija board itself doesn’t have ancient roots
  • Ouija Boards had their roots in the Spiritual movement in the U.S that began during the 1840’s
  • Elijah Bond and others decided to take this board and turn it into a patented toy during 1890’s 

Is it real, is it dangerous?

  • Some people have had some extremely bad encounters with this. Some say how it can unlock a portal into another dark world and let things in, you never want. 
  • Is it all in their minds or is it something genuine?
  • Who really knows the absolute truth, but here is where you can read about people and their experiences

Is there a scientific explanation?

Fun and games

  • Here’s an online version of the ouija. Maybe it’ll give you an idea of how it works. Don’t worry the online version isn’t “haunted”, just something to pass the time if you are bored!
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Kittens Playpen Custom Order Giveaway!

You can win your choice of the following..

  • -A custom made collar in any size!!
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All YOU have to do, is Reblog this post! 
No follows needed! :) 

Contest will end November 10th! 

Goodluck Everyone!

 

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theartofanimation:

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grcssest:

this is honestly still the funniest thing i have ever seen

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huffingtonpost:

This Man With Severe Cerebral Palsy Created Mind-Blowing Art Using Just A Typewriter

Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.

See the full video to see more of Smith’s artworks and to learn more about his inspiring story go here. 

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Eliza Sys, by Sandrine Quiska

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