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Originally posted by InertiaZero
I would say that the fact that a thread has been created asking for suggestions, your experience level may not be up to par.
Youll probably be just fine.
However, since you are going to do it anyway...
If for some strange reason you make contact(you probably will not), do not answer any questions. Do not say your name. Do not mention your family member's names.
A careful ritual and seance' accompanies the use of a board. I will not explain this to you, although research will provide you with whatever you wish to know. The chance of you making contact, with the board alone, is almost nil. Most credible mediums will be very reluctant to dabble with any of this. A "Milton Bradley" board would not work.
If a medium says that they will help you, they are either scamming you, or they are of evil nature.
But.......... if you do:
If it claims to be a family member, it is lying. The chances of your energy crossing with a former family member's energy... are slim.
If you use a circle of protection, do not follow the instructions you find in Wicca/new age books/websites. These are often known as a "Solomon protection circle".
What it does, is it shows the conjured energy that you fear it. The best protection against malevolent energies is to be psychically prepared. Otherwise you are viewed as prey.
Or as Crowley wouldve said "Be meaner than whatever youre conjuring".
If you must use a circle, make it of plain salt. Face yourself east.
Do not use it alone.
I believe in energy beyond what we perceive, but actual brushes with these energies..in your textbook occult situation, are pretty rare.
n Arabic, a Djinn (also jinn, genie, from Arabic جني jinnī) is a supernatural creature which occupies a parallel world to that of mankind, and together with humans and angels makes up the three sentient creations of Allah. Possessing free will, a djinn can be either good or evil.
Muslims believe that the Jinn account for much of the "magic" perceived by humans, cooperating with magicians to lift items in the air unseen, delivering hidden truths to fortune tellers, and mimicking the voices of deceased humans during seances.