Are Ouija boards just as dangerous as Ebola?
The Catholic Priest has warned that using Ouija boards over Christmas is the same as ‘going to some parts of Africa and saying i’m immune to Ebola, leaving people open to all kinds of spiritual dangers’.
So Christmas is coming, and young people always think of buying a Ouija board in order to experiment with contacting the dead, but the Catholic Priest has warned that although ‘its easy to open up evil spirits… it’s very hard to get rid of them’.
This year, sales of Ouija boards are up 300% and although it appears to be a must have Christmas gift, vicar’s believe the game places you at risk of psychological harm. Young thrill-seekers will see this as a form of enjoyment, but spiritual realities can be very negative.
It is thought that the release of last months horror film ‘Ouija’ has sparked sales, but as the film is criticised for being ‘cliched and horror free’, people are being warned that ‘messing around with the real thing can be horrifying’. Although teenagers do not mean any harm by it, ‘you have no way to control what the spiritual realm may impinge on you’. An exorcist said that ‘people don’t realise they can get infected’ by ‘evil spirits and demons… as a means of gaining possession’.
Darren Ansell, a member of Paranormal Study and Investigation (PSI), who has recently appeared on BBC’s Greatest Haunts, has told the Sunday Independent that he ‘wouldn’t touch an Ouija board with a barge pole’ because of ‘too many scares over the years’.
So kids/teenagers/young adults, if a professional is warning against the use of Ouija boards, leave it off the Christmas list this year.