Some non-Christian friends came up to me and said they tried it. They said it worked perfect and all the replies they got did make sense. Of course, there was another one with 10 years of "experience" along.
Once they ("amateurs") tried it alone, they'd only get gibberish replies. Not even their theological views on the matter made sense, let alone the fact they couldn't tell that they had self-submitted themselves.
On the other hand, we have Christians who believe that these Ouija boards can haunt your house with demons and even possess your soul. The criticism this mere FRAUD (or magic trick) has received from Christians is an insult to Christ's people; to our intelligence. Just because people can be driven crazy it doesn't mean it's actually the devil's work directly. It was John of Damascus who said that there are actions guided by God, those by Satan and those by other forces (i.e.: psychological phenomena!).
Long story short, it's nothing at all. It's not a demonic board. It's just a game inside your mind. A game played by yourself.
Watch this video, please:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cma5Zn7xrWU
Another good test I've heard is blindfolding the participants. Surely, the spirit will still be able to move around the board without you having to watch, right? (Come to think of it, this whole Ouija practice is kinda offending to blind people!
Trying it out isn't dangerous. Believing it actually works IS dangerous. Because, then, even if people are not communicating with any evil force actually (or with any force at all!), there are great chances of them going crazy over it and becoming occultists.
God bless us all!...with reason this time!