Ouija boards and other attempts to converse with the dead are spiritually dangerous practices that should not be viewed as innocent fun, an exorcist priest told Fox News Digital.
“We too often forget that there is much more to this world than meets the eye,” Fr. Dan Reehil told Fox News Digital. “Angels, demons, spirits and souls do exist and they can have an impact on our life.”
. . .”The very action of using [the Ouija board] has profound spiritual consequences [that are] beyond our control,” he said.
Perhaps the most famous instance of purported demonic possession connected to Ouija board usage was the case of “Roland Doe,” a young teenage boy from Maryland, who underwent numerous major exorcisms in 1949, said Reehil.
Doe’s story was adapted into the 1971 book “The Exorcist” by William Peter Blatty, which was then made into the 1973 movie starring Ellen Burstyn and Linda Blair. (Read more from “‘Angels, Demons, Spirits and Souls Do Exist,’ Says Exorcist Priest Who Warns Against Ouija Board Use” HERE)
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