posted on Aug, 25 2008 @ 09:35 PM
Originally posted by Pocky
Dan Tanna, knowing what you know now, what would you assume the entities summoned by the Ouija board are. Why are there so many antisocial spirits
that come out and cause such evil destruction to people who try this game?
Hey, I can answer this pone as this is some thing I have had personal experience with, and got shown during my 'life review'.
I was with three girls and another guy, messing about with a board. I was 15 at the time. We were scared because of the motion of the board, and yet
it did know things that no others there knew. We smashed the cup and threw it in the bin - yes it really was that scary.
Now, in my life review, this is how i saw it from the streamers view point.
We asked the question and the cup started to fill with an oily black smoke (unseen to us with human eyes) and a small set of faces appeared to swirl
around it. it wasn't one spirit, it was many, all clamoring for attention and release from the glass. They swirled and made the glass move. next
thing I saw a streamer walk up to the glass and push down on it, forcing this black smoke back into the place where it had come from. The streamer
then appeared to blow on one of my companions, and yes, i do remember her going 'all goose fleshed and scared'.
So, are ouiji boards bad? oh yes, terribly so.
Also, do you think this could mean that the center of every star in the universe is where some supreme being meditates? And is it then that these
streamers come in and out of stars all over the universe?
Streamers use stars like we use doorways. For them they are places to go to and from with out actually physically having to travel vast distances.
They do however enjoy the vastness of space, and have remarkable talent at showing the most beautiful places your eyes could ever wish to see. they
also can be in many, many places at once... so travel / door ways or two places at once its easy for them to be where they need or want to be.
As for supreme beings in every star? I don't know, as I didn't ask.
[edit on 25-8-2008 by Dan Tanna]