Now I'm no hunter, but I am interested in folklore and legends, and the facts behind them. If anyone has any stories they would like to share, I would love to hear them.
KneelBeforeZodx KneelBeforeZodx
26-30, M
1 Response Aug 31, 2014

I am. Except about things that are openly and obviously fake.

Except that there is nothing mystical in ouija boards. Nothing that "opens a person to their influence and communication" they are bits of plywood and occasionally plastic that work through involuntary movements.

No, it was invented in the 1890's by three American businessmen as a parlor game and novelty toy. It was made In a commercial effort for money

Except that, just because it's based on something older doesn't mean it's less of a fake. Just like the entire Wiccan religion. It's loosely based on other pagan traditions, but that doesn't mean it's any less of a fake. Not to mention that planchette and earlier talking boards were disproven as well. They basically work the same as dousing. The ideomotor effect.

Trust me, I didn't just wake up one day and decide ouija was fake. I studied and researched it for weeks before I came to my conclusion.

It comes about by study and experimentation. Sometime, try blindfolding yourself and having an OBJECTIVE bystander write down everything the planchette points to. 99.9% of the time it will be garbled gibberish

Nor from me.

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