Ouija Board Rules – ‘How-to’ Ouija Board Instructions

Before you play the Ouija board it’s important that you fully understand how by following this step-by-step ‘How to Ouija’ guide to the Ouija board rules.

Ouija Board instructions:

You need at least two people to play the Ouija board, the planchette (pointer) should be placed in the middle of the Ouija board and all players should rest their fingers lightly on top of the planchette.  A question should then be asked of the Ouija board (care should be taken that only one players asks questions at a time) and then players must wait for an answer (this should usually occur within a few minutes).

The planchette should if you have connected with an entity begin to move, slowly at first and then gaining speed across the Ouija board, to answer your question.  This may be in the form of a yes/no answer or by using the letters to spell out an answer.

For best results it is important that all present should focus upon the question being asked, try to visualise it, and put all other thoughts from your mind.  It is almost important that all playing are serious about the experience and take the Ouija board seriously, the Ouija board is a focusing tool and will not work for those that mock it.



Ouija board rules

Ouija board rule number 1 – You should never play with the Ouija board alone, this is for your safety both physically and mentally.  Ouija board experiences are occasionally extreme and should this occur you will need someone with which to support you, both during and after the occurrence.

Ouija board rule number 2 – Do not allow the planchette to count down through the numbers or backwards through the alphabet, to allow it to do so could lead to the demon/ghost/entity escaping from the Ouija board (and leave it hanging around).

Ouija board rule number 3 – Always place a silver coin (or other silver item) upon the Ouija board before playing.  Silver is known for its power to repel evil energies, ‘silver catches the light and repels the darkness’.

Ouija board rule number 4 – Never mention ‘God’, it is generally believed that all entities contacted through the Ouija board are ‘evil’ in nature (even those that at first appear to be good or even seem to be related to the player),   The Demons or spirits channelled through the Ouija board are more than aware of their lack of power in the face of ‘God’ and are both fearful and enraged by this knowledge. 

Ouija board rule number 5 – Always say ‘goodbye’, this is essentially the mechanism by which ‘you’ the Ouija board user close a session and turn the Ouija board off.  Failure to close the Ouija board session by saying ‘goodbye’ may result in the contacted entity remaining present long after you have finished playing (and getting up to all kinds of mischief).



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