April 17, 2024

Is the Ouija Board Safe?

Q: One night, my brother and I were playing with my new Ouija board. As soon as the entity revealed itself, I felt this strange feeling come over me. We asked the entity if it was good or evil, and it spelled out “EVIL.” It got harder and harder for me to breathe, until finally it felt like something pushed me and it was over. Ever since that night, strange things have been happening: doors shut by themselves, I hear strange noises and see shadows in the middle of the night. Although these experiences scared me, I still bring out my Ouija and talk to entities. I ask them what their problem is and see if there’s anything I can do to help. I just hope I never run into that same entity that tried to choke me. Is it safe or am I being stupid?

A: I’m not sure about the powers of Ouija boards, but if a conjured presence choked me, I’d try to summon an entity to kick the choker’s butt.


Q: What does Nostradamus have to say about the events of this new century? Many fear his prophecies point to World War III… doomsday… Armageddon. Those who say Nostradamus has predicted World War III, possibly in the near future, may be giving us the word ahead of time. If he’s wrong, time will tell and we’ll be grateful. But if he’s right, will enough of civilization be around to celebrate his most dramatic and powerful prophecy of all? What do you think?

A: Most authors interpreting Nostradamus have the world coming to an end beginning 2002. The end of my world started with the 2000 American elections.


Q: I saw a website that offered positive and negative predictions. One says the hostility in the Middle East will continue to escalate resulting in Israel launching mini-nukes against Iran and Syria. The other that Iran will become more democratic because of domestic unrest. A government will come to power that allows true religious tolerance. Who is right?

A: It sounds like you’ve got most of it covered. I’d be looking for the one where everything stays about the same. Then they’d both be wrong.


Q: I read that DOP (disappearing object phenomena) involves an object that the person had just been using or that they invariably keep in one particular place, goes missing. A short time later the object has returned. Has this ever happened to you?

A: Quite often, I can’t find things. Usually, though, tequila is involved.


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