posted on May, 10 2008 @ 02:49 AM
I suspect most Quija Board stories that we hear of are bad because people do not truly realize what this reality we live in consists of... then, when
they blindly reach out for proof and get proof... they get scared. It becomes reality for real.
There is so much surrounding us that we cannot normally see and hear!
Unfortunately, we seem to desire the negative and live in a very negative world. Look at the scary movies nearly everyone flocks to see... and
hollywood loves to feed the fear. Negative entities love it too.
We are the same personalities after we have died that we are while here. Just like in this forum... you make a post... it attracts certain individuals
that are passing by and they can say whatever they want to say......... some come across open-minded and nice while others come across negative or
even threatening. Same goes for the Quija.
Years ago, my Mother and her mother contacted their brother/son via a Quija after he had been killed in an automobile accident at the young age of
seventeen. He was a genius on his way to becoming an astronomer, ATS would've loved him! They had normal conversations and supposedly kept it in a
notebook. All I have, years later now, is one remaining page that we do not know how it is the only surviving page. But I love it. It consists of
normal talk that you would expect if your deceased loved one was able to comunicate with you. One of the things he stated that I've also seen stated
many times from those who have passed on was, "Live each day to day"..., in other words, Live for the Now.
Remember, we are always being watched over and guided and protected as much as we'll allow.
If you turn on a radio... it is your choice as to what frequency you wish to tune in to and the audio waves are invisible to your eyes but surely they
do not scare you when they manifest, right? And you don't call the radio evil if it's playing something you detest.
Quija Boards are just the physical medium. Keep a pure, courageous heart... an aura of Love... sincerity... and don't be asking for anything that you
are not prepared to know is real.
It's a totally different thing to believe in something than it is to know something. I believe that is where the Quija gets its negative connotations
from... people getting what they sought out. Irony.