Yes, that is what I always thought.Contrary to popular belief, “Ouija” is not a combination of the French for “yes,” oui, and the German ja.
Here is a really interesting history.
*University of British Columbia.Even if they don’t succeed, the UBC* team has managed to make good on one of the claims of the early Ouija advertisements: The board does offer a link between the known and the unknown. Just not the unknown that everyone wanted to believe it was.
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/t ... 27/?no-ist