Saturday, October 9, 2010

Mish Mosh: Mystic

M I S H - M O S H

Aww, c'mon. Do tell. Did you ever?

The ouija board above is the version I grew up with. I tried it out with a couple of my cousins at age 10 but we never got anywhere with it. I'm glad though, because I probably would have been freaked. eek!

What was fun though, was having it around and the idea that spirits could be contacted if we got down and dirty about it.

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The Mystic Eye Board Game
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The Mystic Eye Game Board is a spirit board divination system based on a magnetic pendulum

The Mystic Eye can be used to spell out messages like a Ouija Board, or to indicate quick answers like a pendulum! The board contains many more things than the usual letters and numbers found on the typical talking board -- there are elements, directions, conditions, and the ever-popular Yes! and No!


* image source ouija board

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  1. Nope, no Ouija-board confessions here, I'm a boring pig when it comes to stuff like that.

  2. I'm an avoid tarot reader but have never used a ouija board! It scares me, a little! :)

  3. Oooh, I gotta go enter for that! Thanks for the heads up, Vii :D

    I absolutely love playing with one, and have off n' on for decades. They can be scary, boring or totally silly.

    After I got the crap scared outta me a few times, I did a lot of research and discovered that in essence, tools like this are what they call an ideaometer(sp?) in that they bypass the left brain and use the right brain/subconscious/autonomous motor functions to work.

    Researchers have even successfully used ouija-type board tools to allow severely left brain-damaged/autistic individuals to communicate (can't remember where I read that but it was scientifically quite intriguing).

  4. I am scared of Ouija boards. I have had some bad experiences....



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