Ouija and divination


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Ouija and divination

  1. 1. Johana Basante Sara Sofia Burbano Gisell Chapal
  2. 2. Wax: a solid substance made of fat or oil used to make candles. Melt: if something solid melts or if heat melts it, it becomes liquid. Tip: to spill something from one place or container into another. Evenly: Affecting all parts of something equally. Hiss: to make a noise which sounds like «sssssss» Gypsy: a member of a group who traditionally live and travel around in caravans. Spread: the different ways in which the playing cards are laid down. Faint: difficult to see, hear, smell, etc. Evoke: to produce a strong feeling or memory in someone.
  3. 3. Gaze: A long steady look. Length: The mesurement of how long something is from one end to the other. Planchette: A triangular board supported on casters; when lightly touched with the fingertips it is supposed to spell out supernatural (or unconscious) messages. Drag: The definition of a drag is a person or thing that is being slow, pulled, moved or resistant. Throttle: it is the mechanism by which the flow of a fluid is managed by constriction or obstruction. Ash: is defined as something that is left over after a fire, or after something has been burned. Hatred: is a feeling of intense dislike.
  4. 4. World of dead World of living
  5. 5. OUIJA: OUI: Means “Yes” in French JA: Means “Yes” in German
  6. 6.  The Ouija board was established in 1890 by Elijah Bond and was adapted by Charles Kennard in 1891. Elijah Bond Charles Kennard
  7. 7. Some people use the following technique to make the Ouija board: • First, they cover a paper with letters of the alphabet and the numbers.
  8. 8. • Then they use a glass upside down as a pointer
  9. 9. The process for playing the Ouija board is: • To play with another person
  10. 10. • To take place: A lady and a gentleman are preferred.
  11. 11. • To choose the medium: People who play with the Ouija board assign one person to do all the questions.
  12. 12. • To place the fingers on the planchette: people put the planchette on the letter "G" to start playing.
  13. 13. • To make an opening ritual: it could be anything, a prayer, a welcome
  14. 14. • To start with simple questions: How many spirits in the room? Are you a good spirit? What's your name?
  15. 15. • How it moves: Sometimes it happens quickly and sometimes it happens slowly
  16. 16. • Finally, to close the Ouija board: the medium drags the planchette on the symbol 'Goodbye'
  18. 18. An art that people use in order to try to predict the future by using several methods.
  19. 19. It is the art of seeing the future through a crystal ball.
  20. 20. The first clairvoyant that used a crystal ball.
  21. 21. A palmistry reader can interpret some aspects about someone ‘s life by reading the lines of the palm.
  23. 23. It is a way of divination which uses heated wax to tell the future. The procedure is dropping melted wax in cold water and the resulting shapes of wax will tell you the future
  24. 24. ANCHOR: Your loved one is true BIRD: News will reach you soon CAT: A friend is untrue EGG: New developments soon HEART: A friendship will turn into love MOON: Indicates more money SCISSORS: Separation STAR: Happiness UMBRELLA : Trouble is coming
  25. 25. The flame as the smoke and the wax of the candle also can predict the future. WHITE - peace, purity, and rest. GREEN - used for money, luck in gambling, succeeding in business. BLUE - for harmony and peace in the home, to have a joyful home, to promote good intentions. RED - used for passion, love, affection, bodily vigour. PINK - Used for attraction (come to me), romance, keeping a good life. YELLOW - Used for devotional prayer, symbolizes gold and fortune, fast luck, cheerfulness, attraction.
  26. 26. A kind of divination by using a deck of playing cards. One of the oldest forms of divination developed from 14th century in Europe and now all around the world.
  27. 27. The three card spread The horseshoe spread The gypsy spread
  28. 28. Ace – friendship, love, new romance Two – success, luck in love Three – be careful not to say things you’ll regret later Four – journey, a change in your relationships Five – jealousy around you Six – pleasant surprises Seven – broken promises Eight – visitors Nine – wish come true Ten – happiness and good luck Jack – information about close friends Queen – a good-natured lady King – good advice, good-natured man
  29. 29. “TABACOMANCIA” • Many ancient civilizations have practiced divination through the smoke; also it was used in rituals of purification and protection. The process of this kind of divination is:  The reader makes questions  Then the tobacco or cigarette lights gently between your fingers  The reader finds the answer depending on several factors  The color of ashes and smoke are also analyzed
  30. 30. • Some the most common interpretations of the reader are:  If the cigar burns on one side…  When the ash is white…  If the ash stays right and solid…  Red points indicate…  If the ash is twisted…
  31. 31. • This divination system has origin in Africa and it is called “Diloggun” or “Buzios”. • According to the position when the shells fall, it answers the question of the person • “Santeros” always used 16 marine snails or shells, also called “Chamalongos”
  32. 32. Each sector is associated with a particular area and "Orishas" which is like guardian angels. • The Upper left sector: This is the symbol of Legba • The lower left section: This is the symbol of Erzulie • The upper right Sector: it is the symbol of Erzulie Dantor • The bottom right Sector: This is the symbol of Baron Samedi