A board game sold by Parker Bros. based off of a Victorian-era parlor game. The name comes from joining the French & German word for yes “oui” & ja” together. The pointer moves because of overcompensation by one person to the involuntary hand movement of the other, which is why it takes two people to work. Once the pointer start moving, one person subconsciously “answers” the question asked the other asked and involuntarily moves towards the answer. Which is why “the board” only answers in languages the players speak and can’t answer questions to which the players don't know.
The only satanic thing about this game is the amount of money Parker Bros. make off of this scam.
"Ouija, who were the first two men in space?"
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