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The Holy Spirit Board is demonic

Father Caro, who is an exorcist in the Diocese of Monterey, Mexico, said, “The devil is always looking for different ways that he can trap all the victims that he can take for him, and this is one.”


The Holy Spirit Board mocks Christians

If you look at the website of the creator of The Holy Spirit Board and his YouTube videos, not only do they mock Christians, but they also include cursing, sexually explicit references, and blasphemous language in their marketing. On their Facebook page, they mock Christians even further, serving as trolls who have created a game that is clearly satanic.

Photo and bio of Jish Matthews, which is obviously fake

The game’s website claims its founder Jish Matthews, a Christian accordion player and ventriloquist from Utah, was visited by an angel in a dream to create the Holy Spirit Board. However, from the description, this is obviously a fake “Catfish” persona.

The real creator of The Holy Spirit Board, Holy Spirit Games, is located in Minnesota. A quick search of the business filings of Holy Spirit Games LLC is in Duluth and filed their incorporation paperwork before Christmas in 2021.


Screenshot of article header including a photo of an evil Ouija board

Contrary to this article, there is 100% NO way to use a Ouija board safely. Why? Because the board’s objective is a clear violation of the First Commandment – I AM THE LORD THY GOD: THOU SHALT NOT HAVE STRANGE GODS BEFORE ME.

Divination is strictly forbidden in the Bible. As Adam Blai, a Peritus of Religious Demonology and Exorcism, explains, “What makes some divination worse than others? When I do a Ouija Board, I say to a spirit ‘I give you permission to enter my arms and move my arms.’”

By letting spirits, e.g. demons, enter the body through divination and necromancy, you’re opening yourself up to demonic oppression, vexation, obsession and even possession.

Deuteronomy 18:10-13

Let there not be found among you anyone who causes their son or daughter to pass through the fire, or practices divination, or is a soothsayer, augur, or sorcerer,or who casts spells, consults ghosts and spirits, or seeks oracles from the dead.

Anyone who does such things is an abomination to the LORD, and because of such abominations the LORD, your God, is dispossessing them before you. You must be altogether sincere with the LORD, your God.


The true story behind the 1973 movie The Exorcist, begins in the late 1940s in suburban Washington, D.C., with a Lutheran German-American family and their 13-year-old son, Ronald Hunkeler (later referred to as “Roland Doe” or “Robbie Mannheim”), who was despondent over the loss of his beloved Aunt Harriet. Harriet, a spiritualist, taught her nephew many things — including how to use a Ouija board.

Walter H. Halloran and William S. Bowdern, two Roman Catholic Jesuit priests, performed over 20 exorcisms over three months on Ronald until the boy was freed from demonic possession.

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