posted on Jun, 11 2003 @ 09:53 AM
my experiences with automatic writing...
But, I was one of those who bravely (foolishly?) used one alone many times. I've also used them with others. I've got some rather startling
answers, and ones that the other participants couldn't have known, and I know I didn't move the pointer.
I found the Ouija to be a rather slow tool, compared to auto writing....but essentially, it seems to do the same thing. The only "weird" thing that
happened, was once the board kind of flew forward off of my lap (about two feet). I was asking a little too much about the afterlife it seems, and
the once cooperative spirit (who, unlike others, refused to give a name) left afterwards.
When I asked them about oija boards, one curious answer was that if you wanted to contact a specific entity often, you should make your own board
while thinking about that person, and it will form a kind of "anchor" for that entity to find you often. Never did get to try it and test this
advice. I found that usually, I would be speaking with the same "group" of entities each session. So, in my experience, a cheap one works just as
well as an expensive one, it's all a matter of what spirit/entity latches on to the connection, or whether anyone even finds it at all....
EDIT: I should add, that any info on the future, has always been false, or based on info from my past....I believe Helen to be correct in this
assessment. For me, finding out about past lives has been the most enjoyable part of the conversations, but I wouldn't believe anything they say of
[Edited on 11-6-2003 by Gazrok]