I recently went on a private investigation with the ghost tracking group that I belong to, and there was a lot of dark energy in the residence we were investigating. It turned out that one of the young women used a ouija board and invited anything in. Well, she got her wish. There were a lot of bad things that happened there, and shadows of people (ghosts) and bad emotions lingered. We were able to cleanse the house, but there's a lesson there.
THE LESSON: When using the Ouija board you're opening a portal to the other side - mostly earth bound ghosts who hear your call. Inviting a ghost into your life is like inviting a guest that won't leave and wears you out. Don't do it. They also emit negative energy and cause you to be in a bad mood, which in turn feeds them again.
According to GhostResearch.org, "Most often the spirits whom are contacted through the Ouija are those whom reside on "the lower astral plane". These spirits are often very confused and may have died a violent or sudden death; murder, suicide, etc. Therefore, many violent, negative and potentially dangerous conditions are present to those using the board" That makes total sense to me.
The following article appeared on MSNBC, and is an example of what happens when bad entities come in and give messages to weak minded people (children and teens are especially vulnerable).
Teen stabbing suspect: Ouija board said do itMCALLEN, Texas — A Texas teenager charged in the stabbing of his 14-year-old friend said a Ouija board told him to carry out the attack, police said on Friday.
The 15-year-old boy has been charged with attempted murder after stabbing his friend with a 4-inch knife on Feb. 29 in a wooded area behind a high school in Weslaco, a small town along the U.S.-Mexico border at the southern tip of Texas. The victim was treated in intensive care for three days for a severe laceration to his intestine, Weslaco police spokesman J.P. Rodriguez said. The alleged assailant, whose name was not made public, has no history of mental problems or criminal behavior, Rodriguez said.
FULL STORY: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/46766185/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts/#.T-z3uPWMI1I
For other examples of misfortune and bad events happening as a result of using a ouija board, go to Ghost Research.org's webpage about Ouija boards: http://www.ghostresearch.org/articles/ouija.html