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Daqa on Ouija/Witch Board
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Post # 1
I made a Ouija board as I haven't messed with one in awhile. I know the basic rules and everything of these boards, such as silver and candles and taking precautions when the board does strange things. However I've been talking to a few on the board after I encountered a spirit named Daqa from Xez and from the year 394, they claimed to be 8 years of age. When my cousin began to feel uncomfortable with this spirit we decided to end the session. When we began another one we asked if they knew Daqa, we asked the person whom I forgot to get the name was if Daqa was a good spirit or bad. The planchette then moved to "B" then to "A" then to "D", we then ended that and started another the next day, we asked multiple spirits and the answers we got was Daqa was nearby, not in the house but nearby, and that no spirits were residing in the home, then another said he was a demon. Does anyone know if we may have unleashed this spirit into the world by mistake? The planchette didn't do anything out of the ordinary and it never left the board without us saying goodbye. Please, if anyone with more knowledge on these boards than I knows what to do, tell me. Thanks!
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Re: Daqa on Ouija/Witch Board
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Post # 2

Ouija boards are generally used by teenage girls at sleepovers to scare theirselves. I wouldn't worry too much about it; I highly doubt you have 'unleashed' anything into the world.

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Re: Daqa on Ouija/Witch Board
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Post # 3
I've talked to another spirit, Matt, since my post. Matt has since told me that daqa is a demon also. He said that daqa is trying to escape, but he won't. I asked what would happen since he couldn't escape, he said he would yell. Then the other person I was with wanted me to ask if we were more powerful than daqa, Matt said yes, we asked who was more powerful, he spelled out "Lukas" and I asked why, he said "witch." I promised him we wouldn't be using the board for a week and asked if he was going to leave he said yes, I asked if he was trying to protect us, he said yes and we thanked him and ended the session.
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Re: Daqa on Ouija/Witch Board
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 4
Lukas, you don't give your age. But I reckon if you can believe in Ouija boards,you must believe in the tooth fairy!
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Re: Daqa on Ouija/Witch Board
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Post # 5
Brysing, what are you trying to say? I believe in Ouija Boards, as they are kind of a key tool for myself and my demonology studies. Also Lukas, remember demons have a tendency to pose as someone else.
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Re: Daqa on Ouija/Witch Board
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Post # 6
Yes, I know that demons are deceiving, it just seemed like it wasn't the same person. I'm not sure, I'll not be using the board for the rest of the week to let things calm down. As for Brysing, Ouija boards are very much real... Not so much the ones you buy in stores, but homemade ones. I've asked multiple questions only I knew and it got it right. I find it hard to believe you can be on this site and not believe in such things.
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Re: Daqa on Ouija/Witch Board
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 7
Evilfox, what I am saying is that Ouija boards are just a game to frighten children. But, of course, some people will believe anything!
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Re: Daqa on Ouija/Witch Board
By: / Novice
Post # 8
EviFoxx, while I believe in Ouija Boards, they are very easily manipulated. You can't believe everything, read over the story, there are some logical answers, example, same two people using the board, one or both are hoping for the same answer, and they subconsciously move the planchette to spell out whatever they want.

Lucas, ever tried being blindfolded? Ask a third person [or failing that get a camera] and get them to ask questions and record the answers [or you ask the question and the camera will videotape the results] don't ask them to read out the answers until the end. For added difficulty, ask them to spin the board, so you won't know which end has the 'yes' and 'no' and which has 'goodbye'. If this is a spirit you're contacting, you should still be able to answer questions because the spirit can see, it's using your combined energy to move the planchette.

If this is a spirit and you are worried, cleanse yourself, the board and the house, then cast a protection spell on all three. While you might cast a circle, energy can build up and spirits can linger.
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Re: Daqa on Ouija/Witch Board
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 9
Blindfold or not, somebody has to move the planchette. Now, if nobody touches the planchette, and it moves entirely by itself, then I might be impressed. Otherwise, it's just a lot of nonsense.
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Re: Daqa on Ouija/Witch Board
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Post # 10
Ouija boards work fine although they are too open to being mislead by the user. It may still be a toy, but that doesn't make it any less valid. Even in science and engineering we have "toys" that are still completely valid tools. Like using scratch for games or software instead of an engine is fine, or using a Lego robot instead of any other robot is fine, or any other supposed "toy" that are often used mainly as demonstrations or learning tools. People have used this stuff for jokes without any real knowledge of the field of study it's the same for an Ouija board. It doesn't matter if it's a toy, a toy is still a valid tool if it's used as one.
I could also explain how an Ouija board works if that's necessary.
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