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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : why do ouija boards attract negative forces?

to me, it’s not much different than a scrabble board. just letters, just another form of communication. if that’s the case why aren’t evp recordings considered equally dangerous as well as other methods of communication (seances)? Basically what about ouija boards makes them so “dangerous” and why do people expect them to attract a malevolent entity?

Answer by …
Parker games makes it, right?

The company must be evil. Only explanation.

Answer by geq
People don’t understand that ouija boards are games. They think that just because the box looks scary and people make up stories about how their dead great grandmother spoke to them it’s some sort of magic piece of cardboard.

Answer by Kiplin!
The Ouija Board is nothing but a Board Game made by Parker Brothers and purchased at Target or Kids R’ Us for $ 20.00. Sorry! It is made by Hasbro, not Parker Brothers!

You can even buy them in Pink!
http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3107661

Or

Glow In The Dark!
http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2266493

Could you REALLY be afraid of using a freaking PINK OUIJA BOARD???

Saying that you can “Contact The Dead” with a Ouija Board means that you should be able to “Conger Demons” with a Monopoly Set.

So unless Toys R’ Us has an “Occult Section” that I have been missing all these years, it should be a tip off that the Ouija Board is nothing but nonsense and superstition used to scare middle school girls at sleep overs.

Ouija Boards work thanks to the Ideomotor Effect… I.E. Small movements of your muscles make you THINK that the plastic piece is moving on its own to where YOU KNOW the “Yes” and “No” answers are.

As shown in the video below… If you have everyone close their eyes then turn the board over, their hands will go back to where they THINK the right answers should be… And if it were REALLY a “Ghost”, they wouldn’t be blindfolded and fooled by the upside-down board, now would he?

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❀ Penn & Teller: Ouija Boards
Part 1 of 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eG4wTZuT3wM
Part 2 of 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JA5uYhXpa-E
Part 3 of 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1YmEkCJ87s

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❀ Ouija Boards:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ouija_Boards
Explanations:
Rationalists contend that users subconsciously direct the path of the triangle to produce a word that is in that person’s subconscious thought process. This subconscious behavior is known as ideomotor action, a term coined by William Carpenter in 1882. It is also known as automatism.[6] Some people may be convinced that the “powers” of the ouija board are real because they are unaware that they are in fact moving the piece and therefore assume that the piece must be moving due to some other “spiritual force”. The subconscious thought process may produce an answer that is different from what the user expected in their conscious thought process—thus perpetuating the idea that the board has “mystical powers”. The Penn & Teller: Bullshit! episode on Ouija Boards ran an experiment using unbiased participants. Questions were being asked to the late William Frawley with very strong answers. The participants were then blindfolded and the board was turned 180 degrees without their knowledge. With continued questioning, the planchette then traveled to bare areas of the board where the participants (potentially spirits or the human mediums) believed the “Yes” and “No” marks were located.

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❀ Ideomotor Effect:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ideomotor_effect
The ideomotor effect is a psychological phenomenon wherein a subject makes motions unconsciously. As in reflexive responses to pain, the body sometimes reacts reflexively to ideas alone without the person consciously deciding to take action. For instance, tears are produced by the body unconsciously in reaction to the emotion of sadness.

Automatic writing, dowsing, facilitated communication, and Ouija boards have also been attributed to the effect of this phenomenon. Mystics have often attributed this motion to paranormal or supernatural force. Many subjects are unconvinced that their actions are originating solely from within themselves.

The term was first used in a paper discussing the means through which the Ouija board produced its results, by William Benjamin Carpenter in 1852. In the paper, Carpenter explained his theory that muscular movement can be independent of conscious desires or emotions.

Scientific tests by the English scientist Michael Faraday, the French chemist Michel Eugène Chevreul, and the American psychologists William James and Ray Hyman have demonstrated that many phenomena attributed to spiritual or paranormal forces, or to mysterious “energies,” are actually due to ideomotor action. Furthermore, these tests demonstrate that “honest, intelligent people can unconsciously engage in muscular activity that is consistent with their expectations” (Hyman 1999).[1] They also show that suggestions that can guide behavior can be given by subtle clues (Hyman 1977).

Some alternative medicine practitioners claim they can use the ideomotor effect to communicate with a patient’s unconsciousness using a system of physical signals (such as finger movements) for the unconscious mind to indicate “yes”, “no” or “I’m not ready to know that consciously”. Scientific studies have not been conducted to support this method.[2]

Answer by Hjkhkj H
They only attract negative forces if used incorrectly and foolishly.

If you get drunk, and go to a cemetery with a Ouija board, OF COURSE you will have a negative experience.

However, if you clear and calm yourself, focus and know what the hell you’re doing, you’ll have a much different experience.

Just listen to the calming and soothing voice of Don Lewis:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3LGfjRq4-U

Answer by LtnLv
Yes

Answer by EddieJ
Anything with mass attracts a negative force: gravity.

Answer by Vik Adams
spirits are of negative energy
ouija boards create a sense of communication with the spirit world
when more minds are concentrating on this, it can come into effect.

Answer by The Living Anne
Ouija boards are like mirrors in which frightened and superstitious people see their fears come to life. Otherwise they’re simply ink, cardboard and plastic.

Answer by star
It doesn’t. The vibrations from your fingers keeping still on the piece is what makes it move. NOT anything else.

If you point out your finger, keep it still, you will find that it ever so slightly shakes or vibrates, this is the movement that causes the game pieces to shift and move.

Answer by Nekhtet
The board doesn’t. The user attracts them. I have used the ouija hundreds of times and have never had a negative experience. I know other people who have used them for over 20 years and have not had a negative experience. Problem is, people love to indulge in their fears. One fear being “possessed” or “demonic forces”. And some idiot who doesn’t know what they are doing and has some negative experience (which usually isn’t something pararnormal but in their head) and people fall for “ouija is evil” bs.

Answer by clusium1971
Because it is the direct opposite of prayer.

Answer by Shaman Val
Ouija boards are toys, have fun getting scared. BOO lol

Practicing Shaman… quantum physics rocks.

Answer by bear
kiplins kinda long winded, no? anyway, proper ouija boards open gateways.which is dangerous. all sorts of thingys in the night can come through. since the bigger you are the more evil you are the more power you have, theres that answer. and the people in heaven want nothing to do with us here on earth. think reminding them of the chaos here would ruin the peace they find there. so theres that answer.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : My friend says she knows a vampire do you know any?

Is she just crazy or are there really vampires.

Answer by Beth
Vampires aren’t real. There are people who think they’re vampires, and people who want to be vampires, and people who pretend to be vampires, but traditional vampires do not exist.

Answer by [iBoredom]
As much as id LOVE to say vampires are real, they arent. Or as far as I and a lot of people know.

Answer by BJ
there`s a girl in my class who loves twilight/new moon/whatever and she THINKS and WANTS to be a vampire…..
but,
no she isn`t

no such thing
nope
nada
zip
SORRY THEY ARE FAKE

Answer by Dewey
Vampires aren’t real but there are people eating people
you get my point ^_^

Answer by little man
Hey I find that offensive cuz I am a polish smidget! Gosh some ppl are so mean geeze u try beinn 3 feet tall and sittin nude on a pool table eatin skittles.
Phoo I droped one………….
SNAP I broke one of my smidget bones brb got to call the smidget help control center

Answer by Charlie Marno
No, she’s just crazy.

Answer by ?
My boyfriend is a vampire, so your friend isnt just crazy. My boyfriend is called Edward Cullen, and he lives in a family of vampires. Once he tried to drink my blood because i smell so good to him. I was thinking maybe one day i should be a vampire as well, oh wells, you know, you friend might just be dumb, but why am i even answering such a stupid question?

Answer by rj7123
If Vampires of the traditional legendary sort existed, the entire population of the world would have been converted to a population of nothing but vampires within months. A world with vampires from a statistical and mathematical standpiont, is soon to be a world without humans. Shortly after that, it’d be a world without Vampires too, since there’d be no more blood to drink.

Answer by Vampire Girl
Nope your friend isn’t crazy.I have a lot of friends that are vampires.

Answer by m21
Your friend knows a Goth who wants to be a vampire and with Twilight out wouldn’t doubt it. But google ” vampire skull found” and you’ll see.

Answer by so_difficult_yet_so_easy
Yes, my next door neigbor is a vampire. She’s very nice, always giving out mint gums….you know, blood causes such a foul breath!

Answer by Tiggy
She isn’t crazy, she is trying to impress you.

Are you impressed by untruths?

Answer by Tony
There are plenty of “real” vampires out there (ex. Don Henrie). Many people are skeptical about this due to the ungodly fandom of Twilight *gag*. The real difference between a real vampire and a fake one: real ones usually don’t tell you that they are one. If the alleged “vampire” wears black clothes and eyeliner, reads Twilight and swoons for Edward…SMACK THEM AND TELL THEM TO COME BACK TO REALITY!

Answer by Sethicus
The vampires of Hollywood and medieval myth are b.s. I have met several real vampires. They have souls, they look like everyone else, and there is definitely something different about them. Most vampires are born vampires and of these, most don’t realize what they are or that they are different. Since the need for blood goes unheeded, these individuals tend to be VERY grumpy, paranoid and/or defensive. Vampires tend to connect to the spiritual innately, and make great psychics and mediums, although the risk for possession (not necessarily demonic) is higher for vamps in some circumstances. They do have a biological need for blood. Many members of the vampire community believe that this need is an urge and not mandatory for the body. I have watched the effects of starvation of blood on a vampire. Over a relatively short amount of time (a week or two, in some a few days) the vamp will lose coordination, endurance & balance. Another 2-3 weeks will see the vamp lose metaphysical abilities and shortly after, some rough motor skills. Through this entire time, the vamp’s immune system takes a major hit, and like with HIV, eventually the vamp will succumb to infection, ( if he/she doesn’t feed). By that time the vamp’s ability to move on his or her own will be compromised by sheer lack of energy. To bring a vamp to health when that stage is reached, small amounts(3-10 drops of blood) administered 1-3 times daily will be more effective than feeding all at once. The reason for this is that copious amounts of blood will increase need without meeting it. Also, when one has not eaten food in a long time, they are supposed to eat small amounts so as not to overload their system, which in some cases can be fatal (as in WW2 when American soldiers inadvertantly killed imprisoned Jews by feeding them too much at a time when the soldiers came to free them from the internment camps).

Further Info
Vampire Zilchy has a lot of utube videos on vamp Q&A, but he doesn’t know everything; he rejects the existance of clans, or family lines that have carried on lore and traditions associated with their vampirism. Not every child born in the family is a vamp and the clan traditions are usually not taught to non-vamps. An example of a clan is the Clan of Lilith, whose lore is in the book Dhampir:Child of the Blood by Viola Johnson.

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