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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Are ouija boards and tarot cards really evil?

I would like someone who has experience with ouija boards and tarot cards to answer this question.

Answer by redwire
i have a ouigi board in my closet, me and my friends would play with it – they where so afraid of that thing. nothing ever happened

Answer by Jormungand
no. the ouija board is owned and manufactured by the Milton Bradley board game company.

Answer by The Baron
No. They also hold no powers.

Answer by tentofield
No, they are parlour games. As they are not spiritual, paranormal or clairvoyant in any way, they can’t be evil although using them too much is a waste of time and believing what they allegedly tell you could be dangerous.

Answer by Salvaged
Magic is of different types. Magic tricks meant for entertainment is not occultic. But black magic and white magic are. Magic is an attempt to control people and/or the environment by such means as divinination, spells, incantations, etc. Such magic aims at controlling supernatural forces to bring a desired result.

Magic is a form of sorcery and is always condemned by scripture.

Ezekiel 13:17-23 says, ““Now you, son of man, set your face against the daughters of your people who are prophesying from their own inspiration. Prophesy against them, 18 and say, ‘Thus says the Lord God, “Woe to the women who sew magic bands on all wrists, and make veils for the heads of persons of every stature to hunt down lives! Will you hunt down the lives of My people, but preserve the lives of others for yourselves? 19 “And for handfuls of barley and fragments of bread, you have profaned Me to My people to put to death some who should not die and to keep others alive who should not live, by your lying to My people who listen to lies.”’” 20 Therefore, thus says the Lord God, “Behold, I am against your magic bands by which you hunt lives there as birds, and I will tear them off your arms; and I will let them go, even those lives whom you hunt as birds. 21 “I will also tear off your veils and deliver My people from your hands, and they will no longer be in your hands to be hunted; and you will know that I am the Lord. 22 “Because you disheartened the righteous with falsehood when I did not cause him grief, but have encouraged the wicked not to turn from his wicked way and preserve his life, 23 therefore, you women will no longer see false visions or practice divination, and I will deliver My people out of your hand. Thus you will know that I am the Lord.”

Answer by Isaiah 5:20
Yes they are, you dont have to have experience with evil in order to reconize how it manages to manifest itself

A lot of people that are into ouija later end up in suicide

Answer by ♠♣♦♥ JayJay ♥’s Anthony ♥♦♣♠
lol they don’t work at all, magic isn’t real and spirits/souls do not exist.

Answer by cameron reid
They are as evil as Monopoly and Uno.

I would quote from the bible to but I am not a toss pot like some others so here is my quote:

Game Preparation:
A banker needs to be choose (who can still play the game) and will hand out the following denominations of money: 2 – $ 500 bills, 2 – $ 100 bills, 2 – $ 50 bills, 6 – $ 20 bills, 5 – $ 10 bills, 5 – $ 5 bills and 5 – $ 1 bills. This should be a total of $ 1500 per player given. All player will select a token and be placed on “GO.” Chance and Community Chest Cards are to be placed face down in there allotted locations on the board. The banker will make all financial transactions throughout the game.

That means no. They have no real power and so they are no more dangerous to a person than Uno. As for suicide I would love to have the link posted for that research that says that is true.

Answer by atirleiram
No. There is no such thing as good or evil. It’s just a game.

Answer by onel k
I don’t believe in them. I own a ouija board, nothing has come from it so far. It doesn’t even move (he planchette)

Answer by Maenad
No. Objects can not be good or evil. This is like asking if a frying pan can be evil, or a hammer.

Ouija boards and Tarot cards are both TOOLS used for divination, and also games.

It may surprise you to know that Tarot actually began as a card game, and is an ancestor of the modern game of bridge, and that it also began with a strong connection to Christianity! The Tarot appeared in Italy in the 1400s, when a series of 22 named cards with symbolic images on them were added to the pre-existing pack of Italian playing cards the same as our modern playing cards, but with different suit emblems). The images in the deck depicted themes and ideas common to the art and culture of the time, and because the society was quite religious, many of the subjects of the cards were taken right out of Christian art of that time period. For example, the Pope, the Devil, Death, and the Final Judgement, along with images of the cardinal virtues, like Fortitude and Temperance. Some people think that the order of the sequence of trump cards was teaching moral lessons, since it was quite similar to the religious ‘triumph’ parades of the time which included many of the same symbols.

A few hundred years later, Tarot was still being played as a card game like Bridge, but people didn’t know about its history anymore. (Nowadays, we have good modern research about where the Tarot came from, but that doesn’t stop books from printing a lot of outdated ideas that have been disproven a long time ago, like that it came from gypsies, or from ancient Egypt). In the 1800s, all the symbols in the Tarot weren’t familar to the people, all over the art and culture of the times, like they were when they were first created. So, some occultists made up all these new ideas about what the symbols represented, and connected them to other systems of symbolism and mythology, and their own ideas. They drew new decks, which added new symbols, and kept adding and adding.

Nowadays, many people find it useful to study the symbols in Tarot to gain a better understanding of themselves, and use the stories told in a layout of the cards to see their lives from different perspectives, and explore solutions to their problems. Other people meditate on the symbols in the cards to try to understand spiritual lessons. For some people, it has nothing to with spirituality, and instead they understand the use of symbolism from a psychological perspective. Others use the cards to try to predict the future, or to see things that they would not otherwise be able to know.

I wrote about ouija boards on another question already today… look here:
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AqhU0Uj.81Pql6L84Kui7bLty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20100612215338AAdCsXP&show=7#profile-info-YMKTTcfyaa

Answer by Sean
Tarot Cards are just a cool to connect with your higher self.

Answer by LiveReadings
the idea that such are evil comes from an interpretation of the old testament.

In Jesus day his followers were mainly pagen. Many of the Jews rejected him. In those day’s they were considered evil as they practiced rituals against the main faith of the day.

It’s historical that when something isn’t mainstream it gets judged as evil. That doesn’t make it fact.

I believe evil is judgement, hate and harmful acts. So no ouiga boards and tarot cards themselves are not evil, but like everything from planes to water can be used for evil purposes.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : what is the cloth called you read tarot cards on?

I’m selling an old (1986) set of tarot cards on ebay and it has a black cloth with 10 places for cards to go. What is the name of this cloth? Anything else I should use to describe it?

Answer by Khalin ElvenStone
A diklo.

Diklo = a Gypsy man’s neckerchief, often made of brightly-colored silk, sometimes worn as a bandana

Answer by Boudica
Table cloth.

Really, there is no “special” cloth for tarot cards. It is probably something someone made as a teaching tool, and nothing more.

Sorry. You got nothing more than a fancy table cloth.

Answer by Naomi
It is usually just called a tarot cloth. You should describe the style it is in (e.g. Rider-Waite). There are different traditions/styles of pictures and it would be useful to know what it is modelled after. Also, make sure that they are tarot cards and not oracle or gypsy cards. 🙂 It won’t take much research to find out the style…just check out a site that sells cards and look at some designs.

Answer by Steve T
It is just a cloth. I am not a real hard core tarot reader, but everything I have read about them is you can call it a tarot cloth but they do not have a specific name. Some traditions may, but just tarot itself there is no particular name for it

Answer by ZorbaZiv
You can call it a spread cloth.

I am a professional psychic and always have at least 4 different decks on the go at any one time. When a deck get’s a bit too well worn I buy a new deck (often from eBay). I prefer to work with as new a deck of cards as possible so they shuffle and deal smoothly and quickly. I usually sell my old decks on eBay too. Here’s a live RSS feed for Tarot Decks on eBay at the moment. http://feeds.feedburner.com//TarotDeck

Answer by ~Angel~
The cloth should be silk which you wrap your cards in along with deer skin to keep them protected.

Source : YoutubeWatch this video on tarot card

6-Card “Yes or No” Tarot Spread

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