A teenager recently showed me the Ouija app on her iPhone and told me that since she started using it, she had voices keeping her awake at night wanting to talk, and wanting her to come with them.
Now, whether you believe that a Ouija board has the power to draw energies of the dead, positive or negative, or not, why would you want this on any electronic device? Whoever thought this to be a good idea should be dragged behind a truck.
There is a common theory among professional paranormal investigators that spirits use battery energy to manifest. So an iPhone is the idea tool for them.
iPhone + Ouija app + teenager whose knowledge comes from movies and TV = T-R-O-U-B-L-E
Ouija is a tool. Used properly, it can assist in communication with those who have crossed over. But like any tool, if used improperly, it can hurt. A fork is a tool to deliver food to your mouth. You don’t use it to stab your little brother in the ear.
I’m not anti-Ouija. I am anti-dabbling and do discourage improper use of any tool.
I’ll have a lot more to share about proper Ouija use later.