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  • Ouija Board Essay

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    Ouija Board - An Unexpected Way To Reach The Afterlife (#1) add picture Have you seen an Ouija board before? Have you tried working with it? This board is claimed to be very mystical, mysterious and a tad intimidating. Not many experienced psychic mediums think of using it in their reading session; even some may feel nervous with this idea. Rightfully so, Ouija is not something that you can take lightly. Indeed, it MUST be used with the responsibility and utmost care. Nonetheless, if putting

  • Essay The Wonders of the Ouija Board

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    phenomenon holds well-developed history and studies, uses similar to the Ouija board, and many professional sources behind it. Overall, the

  • Origin And Supernatural Beliefs Associated With Ouija

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    The Ouija (/ˈwiːdʒə/ WEE-jə), also known as a spirit board or talking board, is a flat board marked with the letters of the alphabet, the numbers 0–9, the words "yes", "no", "hello" (occasionally), and "goodbye", along with various symbols and graphics. It uses a planchette (small heart-shaped piece of wood or plastic) as a movable indicator to indicate the spirit 's message by spelling it out on the board during a séance. Participants place their fingers on the planchette, and it is moved about

  • The Causes And Consequences Of The Ouija Board

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    planchette. Used to communicate with the spirit world, the Ouija board has horrified many players and served as inspiration for many Hollywood films. There are many disagreements regarding the consequences of the Ouija board. Many people believe that is only a game, other believes that is an evil tool. In order to understand how the Ouija board works, is important to know its origins. Which shows how dangerous this "game" really is. The Ouija board was invented in the mid-1800s, during the spiritualist

  • Analysis Of The Book ' The Ouija Board '

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    The Ouija Board The country in Maine is a bluster, a sharp knife, a muddy puddle, a breeze, a frozen lake, a smell in the air, a loud noise. Maine is fields of grass and deer and trees and cold, an endless barren snowscape with howling winds and hard hail, an unstoppable force relentlessly pounding its fists into the earth and trees, suspending all life, and letting the universe take a deep breath. The countryside, however, can also be a mild, gentle fun place for boys and girls to play in the long

  • The Idea Of Spiritualism Became A Popular Belief

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    The Kennard Novelty Company invested in the making of the Ouija board. The myth of the word “Ouija” coming from French and German languages is a false accusation. Charles Kennard and Helen Peters used the mysterious board to question the name, and the board responded with “O-U-I-J-A.” This was because of the locket Helen Peters wore of a woman’s rights activist who shared an almost identical name (McRobbie, 1). Colman describes the Ouija Board as, “A board marked with letters of the alphabet… to

  • It 's Only A Game - Isn 't It?

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    It’s Only a Game - Isn’t It? A small group of people sat around a ouija board expecting nothing to happen. A few nervous giggles were exchanged amongst each other. The laughter quickly stopped when the planchette stopped moving and the room became cold; the air turned thick and heavy. Something entered the space, a feeling of distress surrounded the group. They became paranoid, and felt like there was something looking at them from the dark corners. After what felt like hours trying to end the session

  • A Review Of Cynthia Zarin's Orbit Poems

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    collection of poems and one is a focus on storytelling that connects from past to present that threads through many of the poems. There are some poems that do not contribute to this idea while a number that do such as, “The Impulse Wants Company”, “Ouija Board”, and “Meltwater.” These poems allude to past events, but contain ideas that keep it grounded in the present. They incorporate the ideas of the past with the events of the present to move along the story

  • A Short Story Of The Legend Of Indianola

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    suicide.There are legends that she is still restless looking to get revenge for all the people who ever caused her pain. My friends and I were just getting done trick or treating and we were all a little loco on sugar and we decided to play the Ouija board inside the bell tower and when we circled the planchette 3 dreadful times Sage asked the first question “Are there any spirits in this room?” After Sage asked the question the planchette flew across the room and hit Sage in the face. We all screamed

  • My Dream Story

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    I woke again from the same dream that I have been having for weeks or months I don’t remember anymore.The dream was about two older people coming towards a young girl and taking her from her bed while she was sleeping, they just took her, as they were taking her off the property she woke up and started kicking and screaming. Then she says a bad man killed her. Than she would say both of them were sick, very sick. It has been happening ever since we moved near Lidtke Mill. I went out to go get the