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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Mass Possession Of Children Playing Ouija Mobile Apps Alarms Catholic Church

If you are fond of paranormal sightings or happenings, the Ouija might be one of the sure ways to have contact to the sinister side of paranormal world. A Ouija is a flat board game used to supposedly communicate with dead spirits.That's why Catholic church has a strong opposition to people wanting to possess an Ouija board. It is known to provoke dark spirits to have more power to take over its unwilling victims. Recently, the catholic church is known to be extensively investigating the mass possession of 20 youths after they played with an Ouija board application on their mobile phones.

Mass Possession Of Children Playing Ouija Mobile Apps Alarms Catholic Church

 Whether this is demonic possession or mass hysteria, the question must surely be what's the rationale behind making apps to contact spirits for children? Is this a way of the paranormal realm to get more power?

 Ouija Mobile Apps

The judging factor is out on whether or not this was the result of demonic possession, with mass hysteria being an alternative explanation. However, Ouija boards are a conduit to entities whose known to lie in another dimension, and these things should not be taken as a joke or even lightly. Last year, the catholic church was reporting that they were struggling to prevent or lessen the accounts of people having possessed by evil spirits. It is rather going up with the amount of reported possessions. The Ouija board is known to be far from harmless, as it is a form of divination or simply a way of seeking information from supernatural sources. As a matter of fact, the Ouija board really does work, and the only "spirits" that will be contacted through it are the spirits with vengeance or evil intentions.

Mass Possession Of Children Playing Ouija

Usually, many people view the Ouija board as harmless. The Ouija board has an objective reality that exists apart from a person’s perception of it. In other words, it’s real even if you don’t believe in it.

It is known that in the Bible, the Lord repeatedly condemns any and all occultic practices, including divination. While many Bible passages could be cited, the following one is typical of his view of occultic practices:
"Let no one be found among you who sacrifices his son or daughter in the fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead. Anyone who does these things is detestable to the Lord" (Dt 18:10–12, NIV).

On the experiential side of the issue, the testimony of the Church’s exorcists can be used as a strong evidence. Their experiences shows that Ouija boards are not harmless. Some investigating supernatural phenomena from a Catholic perspective have gone so far as to say that 90 percent of their very worst cases involving demonic activity have been linked to the use of the Ouija board. Many people expressed that the idea of having Ouija board applications that can be easily installed by anyone especially kids on their phones is such a bad idea. They don't think it’s ever a good idea to be playing around on Ouija boards, having apps available to young children might bring more problems. Most likely if the reported possessions proved to be true then its highly alarming.   


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