Fuld Ouija

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Fuld Ouija

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The Ouija Board: Communication with Devils

Truth about the Ouija Board?

This site http://www.exposingsatanism.org/ouijaboard.htm "alleges" that in 1966, William Fuld sold the Ouija Board's patent to Parker Bros. Can this be true?
I find this subject intriguing because there're many un-answered questions out there about Satanism, witchcraft, etc. I've always wondered if all these "cults" are real or it's just a "made up" by churches. I find what's happening outside Earth intriguing as well, but I can find more answers about Pluto not being a planet easier than anything about the "occult."

I took the liberty of actually finding the information for you on ouija boards. You are somewhat close but read this:

"The first historical mention of something resembling a Ouija board is found in the days of Pythagoras. According to a French historical account of the philosopher, in 540 B.C.E. his sect would conduct seances at "a mystic table, moving on wheels, moved towards signs, which the philosopher and his pupil, Philolaus, interpreted to the audience as being revelations supposedly from an unseen world." [1]

Popular modern use of the talking boards came with the Spiritualism movement in The United States in the mid-19th century. Methods of divination at that time used various ways to spell out messages, including swinging a pendulum over a plate that had letters around the edge or using an entire table to indicate letters drawn on the floor. Often used was a small wooden tablet supported on casters. This tablet, called a planchette, was affixed with a pencil that would write out messages in a fashion similar to automatic writing. These methods may predate modern Spiritualism.

During the late 1800s, planchettes were widely sold as a novelty. In 1890, businessmen Elijah Bond and Charles Kennard had the idea to patent a planchette sold with a board on which the alphabet was printed, and thus had invented the first Ouija board. Bond was an attorney and inventor of other objects. An employee of Kennard, William Fuld took over the talking board production and in 1901, he started production of his own boards under the name "Ouija" * [1].

The Fuld name would become synonymous with the Ouija board, as Fuld reinvented its history, claiming that he himself had invented it. Countless talking boards from Fuld's competitors flooded the market and all these boards enjoyed a heyday from the 1920s through the 1960s. Fuld sued many companies over the "Ouija" name and concept right up until his death in 1927. In 1966, Fuld's estate sold the entire business to Parker Brothers, who continues to hold all trademarks and patents. About 10 brands of talking boards are sold today under various names [2]."

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