Friday, April 28, 2023

Amazon Promises New Ouija Type Board Will Give Access to Jesus

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A new “talking board,” similar to the popular Ouija board, is creating concern among pastors and Christian leaders.

However, unlike the Ouija board, the new board promises to try to connect Christians to the Holy Spirit and Jesus. 


Parents and grandparents this is a heads up. 

Be informed, not misled.

When the new board was brought to her attention, she was brokenhearted, of course. 

She's an ex-psychic New Age teacher who has now accepted Jesus Christ and has been delivered from her lifestyle of demonic engagement.

Christian Jenn Nizza says, “I felt I immediately needed to sound the alarm on the actual danger of this product because, although it’s marketed as a joke and a game just like the Ouija board is … it’s not at all a game or joke.”

About the new "board."

The "board" is marketed as "The Holy Spirit Board by Holy Spirit Games" and is available through Amazon. It is presented as a "Christian" version of the Ouija board.

Amazon says, "The Holy Spirit Board can answer all of life's most important questions, straight from the man himself."

“An Ouija board or a spirit board is a tool of divination," Nizza says, "which is a way to access information supernaturally outside of God’s will, outside of God’s boundaries." 

Nizza says, "God is super clear in His Word to avoid such tools and practices.”

She says the boards work by “automatic writing” from the “demonic realm,” adding that the boards are a practice of “invoking demons.”

Nizza, who was deep into the New Age movement, added, “And because it’s demonic, the demons will show up … entities will be there and start moving things around and providing some information.”

Nizza said she became a Christian when she realized that “there was so much demonic oppression” in her life.

As a pastor and a youth pastor, I have seen these kinds of deceptions. Here in America, kids---in particular--often see it as a joke or fantasy and get drawn into using these tools from peer pressure. They think it's fun. Nothing more than a game.

Sometimes American adults blow off these things as a joke. Or a fantasy.

However, Christians in other---especially third-world or developing countries---know full well the power of these kinds of activities. They know the reality of  Satan and satanic oppression--- and possession.

Billy Hallowell, the editor of Faith Wire wrote this week, "A new 'talking board' has sparked a litany of headlines and warnings from faith leaders. Such occultic tools — the most prominent of which is the Ouija board — are used by some to try and summon the dead."

Hallowell says, "The new talking board, though, is even more disturbing, as it promises something different: it pledges to connect Christians to the Holy Spirit and Jesus."

And he says this: "While it’s unclear whether the board is an elaborate effort to troll Christians or a ploy to jump on the Ouija bandwagon to bring in cash, Nizza believes there are reasons to be alert and concerned, sounding the alarm more generally on any attempt to communicate with spirits through boards or other devices."

I agree. Who knows the motives of the people who created and are selling the board?

One certainty is that there is only one way to God, and that is through Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.

And we don't need an intercessor to talk to Jesus.

Nizza, who spent decades embroiled in the occult before finding Jesus, says she is certain about the potential use of the "board" by demonic power. “People need to know the truth,” she said.

How the "board "works.

The ex-medium said these boards are a form of “automatic writing,” a practice she often used in her own past work as a psychic. It’s a method in which Nizza said the demonic realm provides messages to and through people.

When it comes to a Ouija board or other talking boards, the users place their hands over something called a “planchette,” a device that moves across the board.

This device then purportedly pushes around the board and spells out messages. While many play with these boards for the thrill, Nizza said it’s actually a practice of “invoking demons.”

“That’s what you’re doing because you are looking for something,” she said. “You may think you’re kidding around or it’s a joke. You’re asking questions, you’re looking for information.”

Nizza added, “And because it’s demonic, the demons will show up … entities will be there and start moving things around and providing some information.”

Nizza's story of salvation and deliverance.

As a former psychic, Nizza shared her own horror in coming to Christ and realizing the practices she had embraced for so long were actually flirtations with real-life evil.

She was “shocked” and horrified that she “fell for that deception” for so long.

“When Christ set me free … I found out the evil nature of what was happening and that I was communicating with demons on a regular basis that [were] evil [and] destroying my life,” Nizza said. “There was so much demonic oppression in my life.”

In the end, though, Nizza found true freedom in Christ.

This is a full account of her story of accepting Jesus Christ as Savior.


As for the new talking board promising to get messages from Jesus and the Holy Spirit — a product that seems to purportedly mock talking boards in its advertising — Nizza warned against its use and spoke more broadly about why she believes the Ouija board and other tools are raging in use and prominence.

“It’s being glamorized in Hollywood, it’s being glamorized in social media,” she said. “It’s at a time, I think, in our world where there’s so much anxiety, there’s so many things going on in the world, and it’s so accessible.”

With struggles, worries, and grief gripping so many, Nizza said these boards make people feel like they can take back control or get quick answers to their problems. Tragically, she said, witchcraft can “look appealing” while unfortunately taking people down a dark path.

“They need the Lord Jesus to fulfill all of those things that they’re going through in their life,” she said.

Her's is a journey from darkness to Light.

Paul wrote in II Corinthians 11:14: "For Satan himself is transformed into an angel of  light."

Peter reminded us in 1 Peter 5:8: “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:”

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Sober. Be Prayerful.