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  1. gun runner

    gun runner Former Guest

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    Do you believe in what people say about them when they say the boards are dangerous and can unlock evil spirits. I been researching it on the internet and heard alot of weird bad stuff happening to people after they messed with one.
  2. JUNKKING

    JUNKKING Active Member

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    Absolutely! They dont have to be factory made of have Parker Brothers written on it either. A big piece of paper and a clear smooth object to use as a planchette.
  3. gun runner

    gun runner Former Guest

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    Whats a planchette used for and how does this game work?
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    We used to have one in our house, when I was a kid. Them thangs is spooky!
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    Why are they spooky? What happened?
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    Two people sit opposite one another with their fingers resting lightly on the planchette (small heart-shaped piece of wood) or movable indicator to indicate the spirit's message by spelling it out on the board during a séance. Participants place their fingers on the planchette lightly, and it is moved about the board by a spirit, or spirit's, to spell out words, that create messages from the spirit world.
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    i have no doubt whatsoever that the supernatural is real. now, to what extent it is real is up for debate. vampires, werewolves, liches, wendegoes etc.? don't think so. witches, warlocks, demons, angels? yes.
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    In cajun country that would be a Rugaroo! Bad mojo!
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    What is a wendegoes and Rugaroo?
    Never heard of eather of them.
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    Played with one in highschool witha group of friends. That said, it is not allowed in my house as an adult.
  11. JUNKKING

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    The planchette is moved in a circle by two or more people to conjur a spirit or spirits. The spirits move the planchette to letters spelling out answers (usually lies) of who they are, were, or what they do or have done. The other symbols on the board are an infinity sign a pentagram and the numbers 1 - 0 and the words yes and no.

    In the hands of about 65% of people it is a game they do all of the moving of the planchette but in the other 35% or so it is the real deal and can be dangerous. You never know what or who you are conjuring.
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    I played it once or twice and thought it was BS. Someone was guiding it and wanted everyone else to believe it to be true..
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    The wendigo (also known as windigo, weendigo, windago, waindigo, windiga, witiko, wihtikow, and numerous other variants)is a creature appearing in the legends of the Algonquian people. It is thought of variously as a malevolent cannibalistic spirit that could possess humans or a monster that humans could physically transform into. Those who indulged in cannibalism were at particular risk, and the legend appears to have reinforced this practice as a taboo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wendigo

    The Rougarou (alternately spelled as Roux-Ga-Roux, Rugaroo, or Rugaru), is a legendary creature in Laurentian French communities linked to European notions of the werewolf. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rougarou

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    ampaterry *TFF Admin Staff Chaplain* Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Back in my idiot days, my wife and I had one.
    It seemed to work, with each one of us blaming the other for moving the planchette.

    Then one evening we asked the spirits name.

    A V E R Y

    was spelled out.

    We asked him how he had died.

    M U R D E R E D

    was spelled out.

    We asked why.

    P I T T A N C E

    was spelled out.

    This was back when we were first married.
    We did not know what that word meant.
    We looked it up, found out it meant a small amount of money, and decided since neither of us COULD have done that moving, we would not use one again.
    And we never have.

    But they ARE real.
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    Same here...
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