The world is full of magical things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper. W.B. Yeats.
A spiritualist’s tool for communicating with the dead. Yes, knock, knock who’s there?
Warning: Not to be used by the faint hearted or young children. This is not a toy.
Commonly known as a Quija Board, (Wee-Ja) commercially trademarked and registered in Baltimore, Maryland USA in 1890.
How to use: place board on flat surface. Anytime of day… two or more people can place their fingers on the planchette – a tear drop shaped cut of wood, with round hole (see images) – ask a question, ask to contact a deceased person, or for a message, the planchette may respond accordingly, moving over the board’s the letters and numbers, yes or no and very politely, a Goodbye.
Made locally from plywood, light yet firm (3mm thick) . Laser Engraved. Reverse painted black.
NB Please purchase your planchette’s separately. Options: 1 As Above, So Below 2. Goodbye