Do you know what the 13 warning signs of ZoZo, when you are playing with the Ouija Board? Millions of unsuspecting people make contact every year with the Ouija Board Demon ZoZo. Below is a list of the 13 Ouija warning signs to look out for, so that you don’t become haunted by this demon on the spirit board.
Who is ZoZo Ouija Demon?
Everyone asks who is the Zozo Ouija Demon? The fact is that no one knows who the ZoZo Ouija Demon. But based on documented experiences we know that the entity has many traits of a classical demon. First experiences with its victims are always through the ouija board. Even though some experiences may start off positive, they always end up being negative. There are many false internet sites that are creating a false history of the entity and there is very little history of this name being associated with a demon.
Some falsely claim that the entity was responsible for the possession of Roland Doe, and others claim the entity is connected to Annelise Michel, however, its origins remain a mystery. We have only found two references to the name:
- Manuel A. Malet’s 1906, book the Infernal Dictionary, ZoZo appears under the name of the demon known as Pazuzu.
- According to a 1900’s article, Brook Kenilworth had her soul stolen by her husband “ZoZo” who was a mystic.
The one thing that can be substantiated is the extremely negative psychological, and physical experiences that people have. Another warning signs of ZoZo is that some of these experiences include bad luck, depression, thoughts of suicide, and in some instances rape. Some paranormal researchers believe that the demon may be either an incubus or succubus or a thought form.
What is ZoZo?
The “Philip Experiment” showcased how, in the 1970s, a ghost was created by collective consciousness. Could this be the modern-day Philip? Darren Evans’ internet postings of his experiences with “ZoZo” and “Ouija Board demon” in 2008 caused these terms to become widely known. Was this because people actually had similar experiences, or was it because his stories were something for horror and creepypasta fans to latch on to?
Even though most ZoZo experiences found on the net have ties with the Ouija board, many have reported contact with ZoZo by using other forms of spirit communication. People report that they have made contact with this entity during pendulum, automatic writing, electronic voice phenomena (EVP), and even spirit photography sessions. I have personally recorded numerous class “A” EVPs of an entity proclaiming itself as the entity.
ZoZo’s power seems to come from the name being spoken. During one ouija board session that I had with another ZoZo Demon survivor, Darren Evans. Another warning signs of ZoZo is that the responses through the Ouija Board became stronger and stronger once the name was repeated over and over. Many ouija sessions where true ZoZo communication occurs involve the planchette sliding over Z-O-Z-O, which causes not only the participants to say its name but to also focus their subconscious energy upon that entity.
Abracadabra is an ancient Aramaic phrase that means, “As I speak, I create”. This phrase seems to hold true for the ZoZo demon.
13 Warning Signs of ZoZo Ouija Demon
While there are tons of paranormal entities, ghosts, and demons that may emulate the entity, these are the 13 warning signs of ZoZo Ouija Board influence.
- Rapid figure eight movements of the planchette
- Rainbow side-to-side movements of the planchette
- Planchette spells out: ZOZO, ZAZA, ZiZi, MAMA, OZ, OZOZ, ABACUS
- The number 28
- Extreme sense of uneasiness, and thoughts of depression during or after the ouija board session
- Dark shadow movements in or around the ouija board area.
- Mentions of PARADISE
- It will try to befriend you
- Give correct answers about the future
- May make sexual advances to the participants, by physical touching, or by messages.
- Ouija Participants will lose track of time
- Sense of empowerment
- Bad luck
How to protect yourself against the ZoZo Demon
- Don’t Panic, darker entities especially demons, feed off of fear.
- Close the session, as soon as possible. If you are using a Ouija Board move the planchette over to Good Bye
- Set boundaries, before starting any spirit communication it is important to set boundaries with ghosts, entities, and demons that you may be communicating with
- Smudge area, and Ouija Board participants
- Do NOT use the same Ouija Board again
- If the Ouija Board’s planchette spells out ZoZo or if a player feels compelled to say its name while playing, STOP.
Understanding the ouija warning signs is critical to protecting yourself when coming in contact with the demon ZoZo. If you need help or would like to share your experience please leave a comment below, or send us an email.