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Originally posted by Forests
Now that is a LINKY!
Thanks, love! Darryl Forests
Both "Darryl forests" and "DinoCrisis" are the same person, it is an attempt to blacklist my username. This guys real name is "MU" you can read his internet abuse and trolling here:
Don't be fooled by his comments, and yes this guy does speak to himself on the internet. He has been making countless fake accounts of me on the internet known as "Darryl forests" or "dinocrisis", and fake accounts of other paranormal believers such as Mac and eveshi or skeptics such as Jon Donnis. I am not sure why he spends his spare time doing this, he has nothing to do but cyber bully people on the internet. His internet trolling is well known and he has been banned on countless forums for pretending to be different people. I request from the admins that you delete all of his threads and ban this user. Re: Astrology As Science
MU!! has been trolling numerous websites and newgroups, Usenet in particular, for over a decade. Do a Google search on names like "Ari Silverstein", "Frank Camper", or "wilburn" (preferably in combination with "Usenet", e. g. ["Ari Silverstein" Usenet], ["Frank Camper" Usenet], [wilburn Usenet]) to see the full dimension of his trolling.
MU!!, under his various names, often claims to be this person (or uses sockpuppets to create rumors about himself to that effect). However, he does the same with remote viewing researcher Courtney Brown (en.wikipedia.org...), so it's most probably just bull#ting and attention seeking in both cases.
Originally posted by Murgatroid
Are you by chance THE Darryl Forests?
If so can I get your autograph?
originally posted by: Anjola
I tried a Ouija board for the first time a couple nights ago. There were four of us playing (ages 30-55) and it honestly seemed like the planchette moved independent of the group. However, it only spelled gibberish and we gave up after about 20 minutes. I do trust the others playing to not have consciously moved the planchette, but we were all a little tipsy at the time - so who knows.
I'm just curious what people's experiences have been - whether bad, good, weird, accurate, completely wrong or simply nothing at all.
originally posted by: Agree2Disagree
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That statement alone should turn on some lights....it's not that one "consciously" moves a ouija board...but very subtle subconscious movements do it for you. It's called the ideomotor effect. It's a well documented and established phenomena in the psychological community. There are actually some pretty neat youtube videos demonstrating the effect as well. Nothing demonic or supernatural about it unfortunately.
With all that said... if you can get it to move without anyone touching it, you'd have my undivided attention.