Thursday, November 15, 2018
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
I was invited to be a special guest for Ghost Adventures Halloween investigation of Zak Bagans Haunted Museum. Ive worked with these guys several times and it was nice to see Zak and the guys!
Josh Gates was hosting things and it was very cool getting to speak with him about his experiences in television! Before the trip I was asked to sign a waiver saying that i investigate the Museum at my own risk.
Josh Warren turns on Jacobs Ladder and a Tesla Coil which could be felt as an electrical charge in the air during the Ouija session.
The board spelled ALAL and ZOZO during the session. Producers suddenly called us off the set not allowing time to close the session.
The day after I got back home I developed a high fever for several days which led to me coughing up blood. I was near total collapse when I was transported by ambulance to Saint Francis Hospital with dangerous symptoms.
Somehow i developed septic shock from some kind of crazy infection of the blood and lungs, I could barely breath and became semi conscious as doctors worked to treat me.
For seven days I lay in the hospital under an army of pic line IV's and required 24 hr care and an army of antibiotics.
For days my white blood cell count was off the charts as my body was fighting this terrible infection that had invaded my body.
I was given this St. Benedect Meddallion for safety by a friend who was concerned that sometimes things dont stay in Vegas! At one point I remember clutching it and saying prayers to save my life as held on in the hospital with a fever of 105.
Doctors were scheduling further biopsies and worried that i might have become cancerous and developing embolism. I was the sickest I had ever been. I have never spent a single night in a hospital room before this adventure.
I could finally breath without intense pain, and I was no longer coughing up big mouthfuls of fresh red blood.
I do not blame Ghost Adventures for my affliction, but i do find the timing of such an ordeal to be pretty creepy. Im lucky to be alive after this crazy sickness.
I have always warned people that messing with ouija boards can be dangerous, and while i cannot say with certainty that the ouija and Zozo demon caused me to be sick, i have to wonder if it were involved.
I have decided to no longer mess with them. And while i will continue to research the Zozo Phenomenon, I wont be messing around with Ouija any more after this crazy experience!
Friday, March 17, 2017
I believe we are. In this article I will show indisputable proof that this being has shown up in history hundreds of years before my research ever began. Hundreds of years before the modern invention of the infamous Ouija. I have been accused of fabricating the phenomenon, and that thru the years my story has changed. Let's examine the facts, and separate the mask of misinformation and false rumors from the actual events.
There have been statements proposed in video's and forums on various social media that there was no mention of a Zozo Demon before 2009. That could not be further from the truth. I will mention several examples, a few of which is not in my book with acclaimed paranormal author Rosemary Ellen Guiley. Lets look at the facts.
First let me shatter the claims of a paranormal scholar claiming that there is no mention of Zozo coming thru on Ouija boards before 2009. Here is a Nigerian paranormal forum with a direct reference posted in 2005. Nairaland website click here for the reference.
It is not my intent to somehow prove that this encounter is factual, but rather to point out that Zozo is mentioned as an actual demon. That is a fact, not some fabrication. Just because the words Zozo Demon aren't registered in Google search engine statistics before 2009, does not mean there are not many literary sources, grimouires, and other apocrypha that mention Zozo as a demonic entity. Let me move on to the next example.
A quick google search using the keywords Zozo and "devil" brings up a startling revelation in that this play written in 1966 depicts Zozo as TEMPTING ADAM IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN. It goes on to describing a character named Zozo who is an INCARNATION OF THE DEVIL.
Now I am no paranormal scholar, but I don't think it takes one to quickly realize that just because search engines do not show searches of a Zozo Demon before 2009, that these direct mentionings aren't there for even a modest researcher like myself to discover. I do not make this stuff up, nor do I pull them from the dark recesses of my brain. Anyone with an internet connection and a computer or mobile device can find these, and more. This book, available on google, contains the second direct reference to Zozo being demonic. Again, although it is a play, and not making claims that Zozo is a real character, it mentions Zozo as an incarnation of the devil PERIOD. What difference does it really make? I am refuting the claims that there is no mentions of a Zozo Demon before 2009. Those claims are BOGUS. Here's another example, this one going back 700 years to an early Catholic POPE!
The Month and Catholic Review was a monthly periodical available to subscribers from 1864 to 2001. In 1876 the publication mentioned the sermons of the Fransiscan Saint Bernadino of Sienna who lived from 1380 to 1444. In the screen shots of the actual article available on google for view, is yet another example of the direct reference to a DEMONIC ZOZO.
Bernadino describes what he refers to as The MASS OF ZOZO! In Latin the description is COMMUNE OMNIUM DAEMONUM..... or translated to:
COMMON TO ALL DEMONS
This is an incredible example of Zozo showing up in history as an actual demonic force. Perhaps he was correct in that there may be legions of demonic entities who's common denominator is in the harassment of mankind, and using the word Zozo as their method of communication in Ouija boards and other ITC contact here in modern times.
Folks seriously, I did not fabricate the Zozo Phenomenon. I merely exposed it.
Look, I understand it is impossible to prove that this thing is an actual demon, and I admit that I cannot prove that even exists at all. But I can show the evidence, and I can refute all the claims that this whole thing was just the makings of a Hollywood Hoax. Yes, I have been at the epi-center of the research, and many of the roads to Zozo lead back to me, but I have spent years on the internet, digging up bones. Ten years later the bones have formed a skeleton. My story never changed. It's still unfolding. The skeleton is no longer in the closet of nightmares, it's now under the bed.
The story of electricity will always lead back to Benjamin Franklin. We discover new species every day in the animal kingdom. In the field of medicine, new discoveries and breakthrough's are made daily.
I have yet another dramatic reference to Zozo being demonic, and if it were not from a foreign exchange student contacting me in regards to a creepy Zozo story from Tibet, I may have never found it, but YET AGAIN it shows up on google search engines. This reference is translated by a professor of Asian Studies, published and available for anyone to view and interpret. The story is from Tibetan demonology, and has a chilling prophesy for mankind. This is simply astonishing, and being revealed here for the first time. But that doesn't mean I am saying it is going to unfold exactly as the prophesy states. I will provide stunning proof that a demonic Zozo may have existed in someone's mind 7 THOUSAND YEARS AGO! Is this another chilling example of this Zozo manifesting in it's own strange way? YOU be the judge!
Here is a screen shot of a book written in 1998 by Samten Gyaltsen Karmay and Philippe Sagante, a Professor of Asian studies who specialized in Tibetan culture. The name of the book translated from French is Lesneuf for es de l'homme: or The Nine Forces of Man, narratives of the confines of Tibet.
One of my secrets in finding these amazing connections is that I search for things in different languages other than English. This is how I found this bizarre mentioning of Zozo /LORD OF DEMONS
On page 151 of this book we see the actual screen shot here, and in particular the words Seigneur de tous les demons, which means Lord of all Demons. In this prophesy from the 8th Century, we read the following omen:
That until then, a Lord of Demons, a man named Zozo, was enclosed in the ninth story underground inside nine citadels of copper,. He is unhappily released by the 13th King of Yarlung. The begins the age of declines. The power of Zozo and all his demons becomes stronger. Humans pass from one epoch, to another even worse. The demons extend their power all over the world.
The most incredible part of this prophesy is it goes on to describe events that mirror the major headlines in modern society. Yet again we see a clear link to a character named Zozo and it's links to the demonic world.
Yet again another reference to Zozo and his links to the demonic world before 2009. Clever Hollywood hoax? NO. Yes I played the role of my self, a Zemonologist in the film called I am Zozo. I agreed to be in the film by One World Studios. An indie film company, not some Hollywood giant. They had seen my story that I posted on a paranormal website True Ghost Tales. I still have the original emails from director Scott D'Lalla. And yes, they filmed a spooky trailor to help kickstart the film. I have never claimed that video to be real footage of a Zozo encounter. But the film is based on my research into cases involving the Zozo entity.
Yes, I appeared on Ghost Adventures where we investigate the home I lived in during some of my research and very strange things happened during the filming. Bizarre circumstances were also reported by hundreds of people who watched the episode on television. The fact is I had received hundreds of Zozo stories sent to me from people all over the world PRIOR to that episode airing in 2014.
There has been statements made that the fact that I did not mention the double sided Ouija board to Zak Bagans during that episode proves that it did not exist. YEA RIGHT. Like I felt that was something that should be mentioned at the house in Oklahoma City. The double sided board was found in Tulsa Oklahoma. Another example of misinformation by these critics. The fact remains is that I did not invent the double sided board after an interview in 2016, for I have mentioned that board going all the way back to when I went public in 2008. The story never changed as it has been reported by skeptics. I mention the board in several interviews from that time period. The board was not in my possession very long before I stashed it in the trunk of an abandoned car in the woods of Jennings Oklahoma. My story has never changed.
Yes I was, and still am a fan of Led Zeppelin. Jimmy Page had adopted the Zoso symbol found in early grimouires. How does that equate to me fabricating Zozo, when I have shown irrefutable proof that links to a demonic Zozo are found in history. NOT ZOSO the demon, but ZOZO....a distinctive difference exists.
Is there some magical power in the root Zo? I believe there is evidence to support a resounding YES.
I have found additional proof of an evil Zo:
The above screenshot is of another book pertaining to ancient Buddhism. In this publication it refers to an EVIL ZO! Again, if you do not believe me, look it up yourself before you declare it false. The fact remains is there are plenty of links to this entity being real. Yes I continue to research the Zozo Phenomenon. The claims of me purposefully fabricating this phenomenon are ridiculous and absurd. One only needs to do look into the actual literature in history to see that this Zozo has been mentioned for hundreds of years. I almost every link, it is described as evil. The burning of the Zozobra, The Zo Shamans of Africa, The Zo people of Burma, the connections are many, and almost always negative. People need to WAKE UP.
I continue to warn people that Ouija communication can be dangerous. And yes, I still on occasion get back on the board to satisfy my own curiosity in regards to spirit attachments. It is always there, waiting. I do not ever use a Ouija board around children or in my home. I will from time to time use the Ouija during paranormal investigations. Iv'e been using them off and on for the last 30 years. And despite what Ouija proponents say, there is a danger involved regardless of an internal or external origin of communication.
Just because bad things do not happen to everyone who uses Ouija does not mean that bad things do not happen. For they do. Once again do some real research before making any blind and non researched opinions. I have never forced my beliefs onto anyone. I merely provide the evidence. It's up to readers to make up their own minds. Healthy debate is welcome, not nasty attacks and stone throwing from people who live in glass houses, or their Mother's basements. People who use fancy female voices in their videos to hide their identities should be suspect. These are the people who fabricate things in order to push their agendas. When I went public ten years ago with my research and experiences, I never dreamed it would turn into what it has. It has taken the form of an egregore the likes of which have never been seen in modern times. I may have regrets exposing this to the world, but never did I fabricate this phenomenon. It existed before me. Demonologist John Zaffis has gone on record that the name has come up time and time again during his long career of investigating the paranormal. Long before I revealed it.
I have responded to hundreds of cases sent to me via email. I have worked dozens of cases in multiple states where I have attempted to help people overcome the influence or rid them from this entity. In every case I have repeated that you must not be afraid of this thing. That can be difficult, but it can be done....I did it.
I fully admit that I cannot prove what this thing is, but I know what it IS NOT. It is not some figment of my imagination. The proof is out there. I encourage everyone to look at the evidence and formulate your own opinions based on the available data, and that is considerable. To thine own self be true. Look at multiple sources, and the encounters of thousands of people across the world. I am not the only one talking about it and researching it. There are other investigators who are filming their encounters with Zozo both in the USA and overseas. Debunking should involve both sides of the story, NOT a one sided diatribe. Read testimonials, and watch interviews. I had nothing to do with the Zozo story featured on the show Paranormal Witness. There are hundreds of videos on Youtube in regards to Zozo that I am in no way affiliated.
So before you claim it's all a fabrication, look at the evidence in history. It's out there. And never trust anyone who claims to be a paranormal scholar. Posting assumptions andf false statements as a means to accuse someone of a fabrication goes against the natural pursuit of the truth. I hope they resolve their own demons.
My story has never changed. I had run-ins with this Z starting in the mid eighties. When I found multiple stories on the internet I decided to group them together and begin research into what has become known as The Zozo Phenomenon. Unbelievably small particles existed before the electron microscope. There was light before the bulb. The fact is people have had experiences with it. And while the phenomenon has taken legendary status due to circumstances beyond my capability of explanation does not change the reality that through history there are many examples of Zozo being referred to as a demon.
Are we to dismiss all the literature simply because it is not listed in the Necronomicon or Goetia? I haven't even got into the connections found in occult works, such as Aleister Crowley. The way it shows up in synchromystical circles such as the synchronicity described by authors such as Jake Kotz's Rant in Z minor.
Read about George Williamson's Ouija experiences with something that called itself "Zo" in 1958. Here it is mentioned in a book on beings from other dimensions. CLIK HERE
Zozo in Time-Life
The demonic argument is futile. There are forces in this theater of life to which we have no explanation. I encourage everyone to form their opinions based on their own experiences. I will be adding links to this as I find the time for reference.
And to everyone who has had encounters with Zozo.....be not afraid of it. Be afraid of those who condemn you for sharing it. Be afraid of keeping it bottled in. Face the fear, it will go away. I'm still here, and so are you.
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Can a name somehow be cursed? Why is it that so many serial killers, mass murderers, rapists and other criminals share this name? Iv'e been asking myself this for years. Why do I care?....
My middle name is Wayne.
This strange phenomenon has been written about for several years, the first may have been Chuck Shepperds
According to Chuck he had noticed in the early nineties that the middle name Wayne was strangely connected to gruesome crimes.
Those who knew Gacy believed he was a fine and outstanding member of society, A charming business man involved in politicts who even had his picture taken with then first lady Rosylnn Carter.
Gacy was a demented killer who share's the middle name Wayne with hundreds of other violent offenders.
Such as Elmer Wayne Henley. Henley is a sadistic American serial killer who was involved in what was considered at one time the deadliest case of serial murders in history. His chilling confession revealed that for years he helped procure no less than 28 teenage boys who were abducted, brutally raped, tortured and murdered.
Henley was paid $200 dollars per individual he could lure to their place where Dean Corril aka the Candy Man would commit the murders. Some of the victims were his OWN FRIENDS who would be raped and viciously murdered.
Why is it so many criminals share this middle name? Can names actually be cursed?
The power inside names and their numerical equivalents have been immortalized in poetry, apocrypha, religions, and occult ritual. A name is basically a grouping of letters in an alphabet that identifies and represents a person or object. Most people believe that to know the name of something is to have some degree of control over that object, concept or person. Or could it be possible that the name has control over us?
In the Torah it is said that God gave human beings the ability and power to name. Just as God separates light from darkness, and dry land from water, this biblical text affirms that humans - created in the image of God - may seek to bring order to our chaotic and dynamic world through the process of naming. The power of naming can be experienced in everyday lives from entering an important password giving one control over information and money, to the fact that nothing grabs the attrention of a misbehaving child more effectively than a parent, the bestower of the child's names - by calling him or her by their FIRST, MIDDLE and LAST nasmes.
"Are we not all predatory animals by instinct? If humans ceased wholly from preying upon each other, could they continue to exist?" --- Anton S. LaVey
Incredibly it has been suggested that perhaps half the United States population who share the middle name Wayne have been convicted of a felony, a large percentage rape and murder. While this seems a high number, my knee jerk thoughts on this spur me to think of all the people I know personally who have this middle name. I can think of five people right off hand that I know. Each and every one of them have been convicted of a felony. That's one hundred percent of all the people I know who have the middle name Wayne. Check out this list of offenders!
While it seems the middle name Wayne can somehow trigger the criminal elements inside us all, could victims of crimes also share this same fate? I am reminded of the unusual fate of John Wayne Bobbit, who's wife cut off his penis with a kitchen knife and threw it out the window of her moving car, which was later found by police in a field and given to doctors which sewed it back on during a lengthy operation.
While researching this Wayne curse phenomenon I learned that people have written in to various articles with their own research and observations. The following is from someone in Atlanta Georgia:
As someone with the cursed middle name Wayne, I can state without equivocation that this is no statistical fluke. Whenever I read a crime report, or hear about one on TV, I cringe. Part of me wanting to hear it, the other part wanting it to go away, until the inevitable "Wayne" is read or seen.
I live in Alabama. The Wayne phenomenon is as real here as it is in Dallas Texas. Here is what I have gathered from my 36 years of suffering:
1) Most of the parents who give their child a middle name of Wayne come from a blue collar, rural and or uneducated background. ( My parents would fall in the same blue-collar and rural categories.)
2) Criminals with the middle name Wayne are rarely convicted of embezzlement, insider trading or securities fraud.
3) Non-criminals with the name of Wayne tend to work in fields such as used car sales or pest extermination or they own liquor stores. You've probably never heard of Wayne's Organic Whole Foods and you never will. Wayne's Discount Gun and Pawn? Bet on it!
Now it could be that men named Wayne become criminals because honestly, no one wants to be named Wayne. It has become a sort of self-fulfilling prophesy. Name your son Tulip and he will probably never finish grade school with a real disdain for competitive sports, esp those involving hurling large gym balls at ridiculous velocities. Name him Wayne and he will be casing the local Rob-me Mart by age six.
What it all boils down to is this:n Wayne is a redneck name. It's even more redneck when you pair it with a two syllable first name. Even more so when that first name is also of a neckish bent, like say Terry. Not that I know anyone named Terry Wayne - goodness no!
I have yet to commit a major crime, however I feel that it is only a matter of time before my cultural destiny kicks in. I'm not a red-neck, but with a middle name of Wayne I am probably one flip of the paranormal switch from the electric chair!
Speaking of electric chairs, meet Kevin Wayne Anders. Anders was arrested for beating, sexually assaulting and killing 6 year old Hannah Mack who was found hung in a garage. Dna evidence pointed to a different killer, but Anders was found guilty of child pornography and sentenced to a long prison term.
It is well known that popular rap artist Lil WAYNE has been in trouble with the law on several occasions. Wayne has spent time in prison for various felonies.
A quick google search using keywords Wayne and murder pulls up countless offenders sharing the middle name Wayne such as the recent conviction of Anthony Wayne Davis. Before his most recent arrest, Davis had spent many years in prison found guilty of rape and murder.
Davis was again arrested for fatally shooting a woman, and made news headlines in early 2017 when he was sentenced to 25 to life for murder and other charges.
The list of offenders with the middle name Wayne goes on and on.
Robert Wayne Wilson Jr. is also in recent news after being sentenced to 103 years for aggravated child rape. Convicted of 12 counts of committing lewd acts with a minor child. You are staring into the eyes of a ruthless child molester.
Randolph County Sheriff's deputies arrested Darren Wayne Gentle, 47, of Ahville on multiple charges, according to a Randolph County news release. He faces charges of first degree rape, crimes against nature, WTF!!! Two counts of first degree kidnapping top it off. Darren Wayne? That's a little unsettling to me as I share his first two names. Should people with the middle name take concern?
England is not immune to the curse as here is another Darren Wayne! Mr. Mackrell, pictured, has confessed to 18 charges of rape, sexual assault, and forcible viewing and engagement in perverse sexual acts and drugging. In court proceedings it was revealed that he forced underage children to commit sexual acts on one another under the influence of meth while we watched for six hours before joining in and committing his evil acts.
Again, this list goes on and on.
Former Oakland Raider football star Anthony Wayne Davis was found guilty on three separate murder charges, with special circumstances of kidnapping and torture. Another middle name Wayne killer? Prosecutors said this guy is beyond twisted.
This asshole is known as the Alabama Halloween Murderer. He was listed at one time in the Guiness book of World Records for receiving one of the longest prison sentences in history: 2 life sentences plus 10,000 years!
His name? Dudley Wayne Kyzer.
What's this douche-bag going to be doing for the next 21,000 years? Rotting in a maximum security prison!
Allan Wayne Mclauren was sentenced to an amazing length of time for beating, raping, and murdering an elderly woman in my hometown of Sand Springs Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City POLICE OFFICER Darren Wayne Martin was arrested for assault and battery!
This Arkansas idiot was arrested on child porn, rape, and being connected to a fatal mobile home fire! His name? Darren Wayne Hayes!
Could the name Wayne itself be cursed?
TATTOO NAME CURSE
|Was Lori a slut?|
Although they may not come right and tell you at first, tattoo artists know of the name curse. Getting a tattoo of your love partner will result in the doom of that relationship.
LivingLucky.com has a section in which you type in a name to see if the numerology is lucky or not. This is what it said when I typed in WAYNE.
The number 18 appears to be associated with negativity on many websites specializing in numerology. The number 18 is considered a material number, not a spiritual one. I have read that names that total up to 18 face a greater chance to obtain money illegally by war or robbery. They are more likely to die by explosions or fire. The number 18 resonates with a higher chance of death by calamity.
Number 18 people tend to get what they want by using the act of surprise. People who have the number 18 in their names are even more worse off if born on the 18th. Unable to express their feelings and desires, they project these emotional instabilities and sexual urges onto other people. Those with 18 in the numerology can be hyper sexual, and sometimes sadistic. Many websites go so far as to urge readers with the 18 to CHANGE THEIR NAMES ALTOGETHER.
The compound number 18 reduces to the number 9, Wayne's singe number in Chaldean numerology. 9 influences include the tendency to be impulsive, making snap decisions later regretted. In the book Numbers: Their occult powers and Mystic Virtues, by W.W. Wescott, the number nine holds great significance to Masonic orders and secret societies. He describes the number 9 as "the evil earth's influences."
It has long been thought since time immemorial that names hold power, and they can also be cursed. Those with the middle name Wayne seem to be cursed with alcohol dependency and drug addictions. The etymology of the surname Wayne might also hold a clue. An online etymology website says this:
Etymology of Wayne
Surname, by 1319 , variant of Wain, representing wainright, wainer, or "one who dwells by the tavern with the sign of the wain."
Monday, July 27, 2015
I do believe the ideomotor effect to be involved in Ouija phenomenon, but I also do not think it can totally explain the information exchange. I think there is more going on than tiny involuntary muscle movements. When entire conversations are taking place involving invisible participants that reveal unknown knowledge to the players, are we to dismiss the statistical probability of such an exchange? In my own Ouija experiences I noticed the mis-spelling of words that I know I would never misspell. Does the ideomotor effect explain what part of the brain that caused the forced inaccuracy?
How do automated movements facilitate abilities to suddenly spell words and sentences in an unknown foreign language such as Hebrew or Latin? Or how sentence structure can reveal slang or old style dialects? How does science explain that an automatic response such as in play with Ouija board often produces a very powerful and negative exchange that can harbor abhorrent thoughts and perverted responses that can come across as shocking to the participants. If a dowsing rod could talk, would it call you a whore and threaten to plow you to a fiery demise?
In situations where say 3 or 4 participants are placing their fingers on a planchette, how is that the ideomotor effect works on each player individually? One would have to conclude that at the very microsecond the question is being asked, the entire facilitated auto response would have to be magically resolved into an unknown group effect. How does this magical subconscious mechanism engineer statements and ramblings NOT pertaining to questions asked?
Would it not be more scientific to expect that these 3 or 4 players who are spelling words and complex sentence structures using subconscious and independent muscle movements to actually spell non meaningful gibberish as opposed to clever and immediate responses? I have seen immediate and witty abbreviations implemented into conversations during Ouija sessions in which the planchette moved with such speed and quickness one would quickly lose train of thought, and required an outside observer writing down the words during the session just to remember the exchange taking place.
While I do not believe the ideomotor effect to be a concrete and total explanation for Ouija phenomena, i do view the effect to be a necessary byproduct or conduit for spiritual communication. While evidence of full blown physical spirit possession seems to be a very rare occurrence in comparison to a diabolical oppression, is it really too far fetched to believe in the possibility that other worldly beings from another dimension can somehow channel information through our brains telepathically?
Law of attraction advocates speculate that when it comes to Ouija, you are simply mirroring your expectations. That fear will produce fear. But in many Ouija sessions fear seems to be brought about by the explicit messages themselves as opposed to one's calm and neutral demeanor prior to, and during the session. Thousands of people describe the eerie feeling of being watched, or a presence that cannot be seen but rather "felt"... not unlike a cold wind. How can the ideomotor effect explain why it is so common for there to be such an evil or unpleasant reaction?
In my research of Ouija sessions many participants describe a strange buzzing sensation, similar to what people refer to as a " ghost cellphone" vibration. Is this also explained by the ideomotor effect?
I would agree in the possibility that there are so many negative experiences and exchanges with the "Z-entities" that there must be some conscious and or unconscious recognition bias going on thru the collective human unconscious. The Hollywood demonization of the Ouija is also at play. ... but although sensationalized, are films such as The Exorcist not based on actual cases?
Can science explain how involuntary muscle movements that channel subconscious thought via Ouija lead to people committing crimes and murder after dabbling with the infamous oracle? Is it simply hysteria brought about by auto suggestion?
The curious tragedy and story of the "Zo" people of Burma, The "Kings of Zozo,"....the secret societies of "Zo" shamans in Africa that were recently exposed to have actually help spread the Ebola virus due to their healing techniques, etc. The Oz / Zo phenomena described by Jake Kotz in his blog Rant in Z minor point to some kind of weird synchromystic type of paradigm going on. The historic evidences of Zozo as being a demonic entity before the modern invention of the Ouija is perhaps nothing more than a very extraordinary coincidence, but one worthy of examination and educated speculation.
Serial killers and rapists often talk about the voices in their heads that prompt them to commit horrific crimes. Is it possible these "voices" are sadistic impulses and communication exchanges from denizens from other dimensions? These messages could be likened to a radio transmission. To the primitive un knowing mind, the vocalizations appear to be originating from the device, but we know the messages and sounds are just waves of sound being transmitted.
Researchers at UBC have been using Ouija boards to explore the human sub conscious. I interviewed several of them recently on my radio show, and while the scientists do not attribute anything paranormal to their research, their findings are anything but normal. Participants were able to answer questions with higher accuracy on subjects they had no prior knowledge to while using the Ouija, than when NOT using the board. The resulting percentage increase in correct answers was significant enough to indicate a yet to be identified mechanism at play. How does the ideomotor effect allow us to answer questions correctly with no prior knowledge to the subject matter?
So it would seem regardless on which side of the fence you sit......skeptics and believers alike agree that the planchette moves because of impulses unconsciously generated by the participants. This fact in my opinion does not change the paranormality of Ouija phenomena because I have yet to read how science explains how it all works.
Aleister Crowley said the demons of the Goetia are real. ... they exist in the human mind. Jung described hidden archetypes such as the dark shadow that exists inside every person. How do these diabolical beings surface during Ouija? Surely it's JUST tiny muscle movements right?
Friday, April 24, 2015
OuijaCon 2015 began it's celebration last night in commemoration of 125 years of talking boards. The meet and greet party was quite active, as lots of people were wandering thru the world's first Ouija Museum!
Rare and vintage talking boards from around the globe were on display. Never before has so many different Ouija boards been grouped together for viewing.
Paranormal royalty could be seen hanging out as here we see John Zaffis and Rosemary Ellen Guiley!
The event was hosted by the "Chairman of the Board" Robert Murch. Also pictured is Dave Schrader of Darkness Radio, Karen A Dahlman, and others.
Meeting Rosemary Ellen Guiley was amazing!