Ouija Boards? Has anybody every used one and something weird happen?

@SweetTrix (1071)
United States
March 19, 2007 11:15am CST
So many of my friends have told me there experiences with the Ouija board and what they see happen whille they are playing it. I'm not sure if they imagine it so much that it becomes real, or if things accutaly happen. I am just curious to see what other peoples experiences are.
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@Kythe42 (1412)
• United States
30 Mar 07
I've never had any personal experience with a Ouija board, but my mother had a really strange one. She used a Ouija board when she was pregnant with me and it predicted the day I would be born more accurately than the doctors did. I was born a couple of weeks later than the doctors said I would be. The day the Ouija board said was the day my mother went into labor and I was born the next day.
@Kythe42 (1412)
• United States
30 Mar 07
I'd like to add that I read other people's responses. Many of you seem to think Ouija boards are evil. Why do you say that? I believe there are higher spirits out there, but I don't believe in god or the devil. I do things all the time that could be considered forms of magick. Does this make me evil as well? I don't believe I am evil, and magick can be either good or bad depending on how you use it.
@SweetTrix (1071)
• United States
30 Mar 07
Thats amazing! I don't think the quija board is evil unless you use to for evil purposes. Then again I have heard that if you ask something evil a evil spirit will come and answer opposed to if you ask a simple question that wasn't evil, thats what my aunt bf said, and I guess he was into wizardry(Not sure if thats spelled write). I have a friend that does magik andher mom kicked her out even though it wasn't evil magik. She is a really cool person and I don't think it makes her or you evil, its a sort of belief.
@mssnow (9493)
• United States
24 Mar 07
When I was a teen. I had a slumber party and we played the board. I asked what would my next boyfriend's name be. It spelled out David. I wrote that on a piece of paper and put it in my wallet. OK, I didn't even know any Davids. So, I forgot all about that night and a few months later i met this guy. he was really nice and we had a lot in common. His name was David. I wasn't even thinking about the night we played the game till my friend asked me what name the Ouija board had spelled out for my next boyfriend. I went to my wallet took it out. Sure enough it was David. David and I were together for almost two years. and we are still close to this day.
@SweetTrix (1071)
• United States
24 Mar 07
Wow, thats something. I dont think everything about the Ouija Board is evil. I have been reading a little bit about it and it depends on what questions you ask. Maybe, depending on the types of questions, they are answered by different spririts (good or bad)? But that is really strange how you met a guy named David as it said.
@mssnow (9493)
• United States
24 Mar 07
Well it could of been a coincidence but i don't know
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
30 Mar 07
I use to use one years ago when i was a teenager but I am scared of them now I have heard that bad thing can happen and that they are of the devil so i stopped playing with thm.
@SweetTrix (1071)
• United States
30 Mar 07
Bad things can happen if you ask questions that you know are going to get a evil response. I don't think they are of the devil, spirits comunicate through them. Some are good and some are evil spirits. I am sure if you ask a question like "Is my baby going to be a boy or girl", a bad spirit probably wont answer, more likely it would be a good spirit. Thank You for your response!
@aprilgrl (4460)
• United States
19 Mar 07
oh yes, when I was pregnant with my daughter my hubby and I used the quija board it was weired. We asked if we was having a girl or a boy (at that time I didnt know I was having a girl) anyway it moved to different directions and I told my hubby to stop moving it and he said he wasnt doing anything, his eyes got so big and he thought I was moving it I said no then we both backed off and I never used it again it scared me.
@stacyv81 (5904)
• United States
19 Mar 07
Yes, actually, I was a dumb teenager at home alone with my sister and my friend. We played it, we were all 3 sitting at the dining room table, with 3 candles lit. One just happened to be a candle with Jesus on it. The Jesus candle started to shake, nothing else on the table was shaking. We all stepped back from the table and it was still the only thing shaking. We turned on all the lights, and blew out the candles then my cat ran really fast out of the room. and we went downstairs and the glass sliding door was wide open, when we had locked it twenty minutes ago. It was really freaky, and needless to say, I have never touched on again.
@SweetTrix (1071)
• United States
24 Mar 07
Yea I would be kinda freaked out too if that happened to me. My Uncle said he use to have a ouija board and when he throw it away it appeared under his bed the next day. I know my sister wanted one for her birthday, when we looked for it in the stores nobody carried it. That was about 3 years ago though.
@gberlin (3836)
19 Mar 07
My mom played with a ouija board once when she was a kid. When she grew up she became a Christian. I opinion is that if you believe that something will happen then it will. However, only Satan uses such devises to communicate with people. God does not need to use ouija boards to communicate with us. My suggestion is to stay away from ouija boards.
@SweetTrix (1071)
• United States
24 Mar 07
He communicates with you through the bible and through church. You say if you believe in something then it will happen, so then if you believe that God is blessing you with the holy spirit then you act in a way you normally dont? Is that another example?