I find yes/no questions to be fine; but I often spin the board- and then ask a question with my eyes closed- especially if I get alot of answers of just yes or no- every time I do this- I still get accurate answers. I remember when i first used a pendulum- not only did I not trust it, i knew I would find it bs— I was stunned by the activity; as well, due to the emotional upheaval I was in- the pendulum actually stalled for about a second in the ‘up’ position before swinging back down- and did not act like it was really swinging, but had fingers actually moving it. hoping to get me a spirit board made this month.
[quote=“succupedia, post:7, topic:3034”][quote=“proeng, post:3, topic:3034”]Thanks for the tip, i asked many questions and many control questions, i asked the negation of previously question to see if i got negated result, and i did.
Are you a male spirit, no
Are you a female spirit yes
Are you a succubus, yes
are you an angel, no
are you an demon, no (slight hesitation)
are you good, no
are you bad, no
do you like me, yes
Is it you i have seen above my bed, yes
Have i felt your hand, yes.
This is real cool, but i’m wondering if i can trust these result, ea mentioned that these method of divination can be manipulated to give the answers we want by believing it. Anyway i will continue to experiment with the pendulum, thanks alot.[/quote]
I wouldn’t recommend “yes”/“no” questions as a way to getting acquainted with a spirit or entity, just because of how easy it is to manipulate it to fit your own agenda, rather than getting “manipulated” by the spirit/entity.
There was a slight hesitation on the question about her being a “demon”. That doesn’t necessarily have to be a “bad sign”. That word might have a meaning for her, or she just got slight confused of what you meant by that word since it’s been around way longer than Christianity and Judaism. “Demon” and “daemon” is pretty similar, don’t you think? The first is pretty dogmatic, while the latter is more divine and godlike.
For more accuracy, a pendulum might not be the right tool of communication. Good for starters, but gives too much room for wrong interpretation.[/quote]