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I will not be liable for any errors or omissions, injuries, or damages from the display or use of this information. It is highly recommended NOT TO "PLAY" THEM, because you just don't "play" with the unknown. If you do choose to ignore this advice, do so at your own risk.
Here we are again folks! A new round of occult rituals that internet loves to identify as "Games". Seriously, you guys should refrain from attempting any of them, most especially if you're doing it just for the thrills. I'm posting these just for the sake of collecting information. So anyway, I've got about three this time!
Said to be Japan's safer alternative to Ouija board. Kokkuri-san is pretty popular among students and have garnered public interests through real experiences and media. Despite being more of a divination ritual, this 'game' still calls for the help of minor spirits, it is still recommended no avoid playing or if it can't be helped, just be careful at all times.
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Blanck piece of paper
A pen to write with
How To Do It:
1. Take a blank sheet of paper and draw a "torii" (a traditional Japanese gate) at the top in red ink. Write "YES" and "NO" on its either side. Beneath this, write one row of numbers (from 0 to 9) and three rows of letters (from A to Z, but hiragana characters are usually used).
2. Open a window or a door so that Kokkuri-san will be able to enter the room. The torii represents the gateway to a Shinto shrine archway and the spirit will enter and exit through it.
3. Place a coin on the red torii. Each person should put their index finger on the coin.
4. Call the spirit by saying, "Kokkuri-san, Kokkuri-san, if you're here, please move this coin."
5. You can ask Kokkuri-san whatever questions you like. The spirit will spell out the answer by moving the coin.
6. To end the game, you must ask Kokkuri-san to leave by saying, "Kokkuri-san, please return home." If it answers with “Yes” and gone back to rest on the archway, say a respectful thank-you.
7. When you are certain Kokkuri-san has left, you must destroy the paper by cutting it in forty eight pieces. Some sources say to destroy the the pen used too. Also, the players must spend the coin used within three days. Failure to do so brings bad luck or misfortune to the players.
Other things to keep in mind:
Do not play this game alone.
If your health is not stable or you have a weak heart, don't play it.
Never take your finger off from the coing during the game.
You must not stop or be stopped in the middle of the game.
THE THREE KINGS
Introduction: You have to be big on preparation if you want to try this. It’s like skydiving: if getting it right on your first try is not something you’re good at, then this is not for you.
If you do drugs or alcohol the night of this event, you’re going to have a bad time. If you’re going through some serious issues in your life and are not feeling mentally or spiritually stable, or if you’re doing this just to escape, you’re going to have a bad time. And if you don’t follow my instructions (particularly the multiple backups I’ll give you, which trust me, are there for a reason) you’re going to really have a bad time. The name of this game is The Three Kings, by the way.
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1. A very large, empty and quiet room, preferably without windows. If windows exist, you need to be able to cover them and ensure total darkness. Basements usually work well, if they’re roomy enough.
2. A pack of candles (you’ll only use one, if all goes well) and a lighter.
3. A bucket of water and a mug.
4. A fan.
5. Two large mirrors (like the one on your dresser. Don’t worry, they won’t be harmed. Or if they are, it’d be the least of your concerns.)
6. Three chairs.
7. An alarm clock.
8. An active cell phone (don’t forget to charge the goddamn battery!)
9. A loved one willing to follow the rules and go along with all this madness.
10. A small toy or dear object from your childhood.
1. Start setup at around 11:00pm. Place one chair in the center of the room, facing north. This is important. Place the other two chairs exactly to the left and right, facing your throne. The distance between your throne and that of your queen and fool should be about the length of your arm to each side, more or less.
2. Place the two large mirrors on the queen and fool chairs left and right of you, facing you (and each other). Try your best to have them stand at a 90 degree angle, or else you may get more or less than three kings. If you sit on your throne facing straight ahead (north), you should be able to perceive your own reflection in each of the two mirrors without actually having to turn your head nor your eyes to do so. If you see your own reflection in the corner of your eye, just barely there, then you've done it right.
3. Place the bucket of water and the mug in front of you, just barely out of reach.
4. Place the fan behind you and turn it on. Don’t set it to maximum power – medium or low is usually enough. Leave it on.
5.Turn off the lights, leave the door open and go to your bedroom.
6. Set the candles by the side of the bed, next to a lighter, your alarm clock and your cell phone (leave it charging). Set your alarm clock for 3:30am.
7. Turn off the lights and sleep while holding your power object. Get some rest.
How to do it:
Step 1: Wake up at 3:30am with your alarm clock. Turn it off, but don’t turn on the light. You have exactly three minutes to light your candle, grab your cell phone and make your way to the dark room to sit on your throne. You should be seated by 3:33am.
Step 2: Don’t forget your power object!
Step 3: Check for potential red flags: if your cell phone didn't charge for whatever reason, abort the mission. If the alarm didn't go off at exactly 3:30am, abort the mission. If you find the dark room door closed (remember you left it open) abort the mission. If the fan is turned off (you left it on) abort the mission.
(Side note: if you have to abort the mission due to any of the above, leave the house with your loved one. Go to a hotel or something. There’s no need to run; you have time to grab a jacket and your keys and whatnot, but leave. After 6:00am the coast should be clear).
Step 4: If all is going as planned, you can proceed and take your throne. DO NOT look at either of the two mirrors beside you. DO NOT let the candle go out. The fan is behind you. You must protect the candle with your body, which is standing in between. There’s a reason for this, as you’ll soon see.
Step 5: Look straight ahead, at the darkness. Not at the candle, not at the mirrors, just straight ahead. Eagle-eyed readers surely noticed I didn’t say during setup which chair was queen and which chair was fool. That’s because it’s your job to find out. And from their point of view, you are either their queen or their fool, too. Hence three kings.
1. Do not look directly at the mirrors, nor the candle. Just straight ahead, trust me. Don’t chicken out, either; you need to wait until 4:34. By 4:34 it’s all over.
2. Do not to let the candle go out. That’s what the fan is for. You’re protecting the candle with your body, but if your body were to be suddenly moved then the fan would blow out the candle. That’s backup number one.
3. Backup number two: At 4:34 they have to come in the room and call your name. If that won’t work, they have to call your cell phone. If that won’t work, they have the glass of water and the bucket. They can’t touch you though – that’s a newbie mistake.
4. Backup number three is your item of power, the toy or locket or whatever object of strength you brought along for the ride. It’ll show you the way if shit hits the fan.
Credit to Fable Forge redditTHE SHOE-BOX TELEPHONE
CAUTION: This is a magical ritual that calls upon the dead to communicate. This is for information purposes only. Should you choose to attempt this ritual, be warned that this is not a game and any results, both good and bad, may be long lasting, disturbing and possibly dangerous.
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Things you need:1. Your phone booth: a closet will do.
2. Your handset: a paper cup.
3. Your telephone box: the titular shoe-box.
4. Your telephone wire: just a regular string (the sewing kind). About 2 to 4 feet should be enough. You’ll need a needle too.
6. Some strong object to power the telephone box with; it must have a personal connection to whomever you’re trying to talk to. This is very important.
7. A single sheet of paper, a pen, and some sort of flat surface to write on.
The outbound call:
Step 1: Wait for the end of your day, right before bed time. For now it’s just you and the night, just you and your thoughts, alone in your room. Don’t turn off the lights but do turn off your cellphone, your TV, your stereo, radio, computer, etc. You want zero distractions, and absolutely no interruptions. You want quiet. Then just wait for the “right time”. What’s the “right time”? It’s… one of those things that are hard to describe but you’ll just know it when you see it. You’ll just know. It may build up gradually, but when it’s finally there it’ll hit you, zero doubt. Only at this point may you begin writing your letter. If this threshold of certainty never comes within an hour, just go to sleep and try again the next night. If you’ve been trying for three or four nights already and the moment just never comes, then it may simply be that you’re not ready for this. That’s okay. Try a different person, or give yourself a break for a few nights. What you don’t want to do is write your letter while in doubt. That’d be a wrong number.
Step 2: Now write your letter. When you do begin writing don’t erase nor correct any mistakes you make (this includes scrawling words over; don’t). Don’t start over either. You only have a single sheet of paper and your first draft is your final draft. Explain to this person why they should give you a ring. Be honest. Let it all out. It’s not always easy. Don’t over think it, just write. This is why you had to wait for the right time. It’ll all make sense. Again, doubt = wrong number. Never dial a wrong number; it’s best to abort the whole thing.
Step 3: When you’re done tie one end of the string to the power object, and using a needle, insert the other end through the center of the bottom of your paper cup. Remove the needle, tie a little knot, and now you have a cute little paper telephone like you probably once made while you were a child. Don’t prepare this ahead of time before your letter. Write the letter first, THEN do the paper cup.
Step 4: Read your letter aloud, into the paper cup. Read it sincerely as if the person at the other end could hear you, including all the mistakes you didn't correct. Just read them. This is your outbound call.
Step 5: Place the object and letter in the shoe-box, and place the shoe-box on the floor of your phone booth, your closet. Then close the box but don’t seal it -just let the lid rest there gently, with the string still coming out from under and going to your paper cup. Leave the paper cup standing on top of the box. Leave the scissors on the floor next to the box.
You’re done. Now all that’s left to do is to wait for the ring.
The inbound call:
Step 1: The ring will come in a dream, either that night, or some night shortly after. You will dream of the person trying to call you, and you will wake up from that dream, usually in the middle of the night, and you will know it’s time to take the call.
Step 2: DO NOT turn on the light. DO NOT say a word. Just get up from the bed and go to your phone booth. Is the box still closed, with the paper cup standing on top? Good, get in the closet, sit down, and slide the door closed ( a closed booth is particularly important in case the ring comes after sunrise, because you’ll need the darkness). If you find the box open, or if you find the paper cup knocked over, abort the mission and snap off the string. Do not take that headset anywhere near your ear. Use the scissors if you can’t snap the thread with your own hands.
Step 3: Otherwise just sit on the floor there and press the paper cup to your ear and cover your other ear with your other hand to help you listen. It may take a while. You may not speak. Don’t move too much. Do not touch the box.
Some people report an increase in call quality after tugging on the string ever so gently.This is fine but just be careful NOT TO OPEN THE BOX by doing so. Remember they’re calling collect, and if it goes through, that shoe box must remain closed for at least a few months. Again, you may not speak, not even if you are asked questions, not even if you’re ordered to. You already said your piece at the outbound call. For the inbound one just listen. Avoid noise. When you’re done (or if you want to hang up at any time), simply hold the box lid closed with one hand, and pull on the headset with the other hand until the string snaps off. In case of emergency, use the scissors. Keep the closed shoe box somewhere safe for a few months. Dispose of that paper cup later too. Burning is fine, just don’t put it to your ear again.
What if after three or four nights the ring never comes? Maybe they have nothing to say to you. That’s okay. Try another person. Don’t do this too often.
Disclaimer: This may help you get closure, but it could also make things worse.
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