The Oracle Board Game.

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Ask The ORACLE Board Game ® © ™ Any Questions & Your Questions will be Answered.  Upcoming FREE iphone APP/ ipad App : Patent Pending IP AUSTRALIA 2013200518 SPBI-0000061685.

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The ORACLE Board Introduction.
Game Introduction: 

You and your friends can ASK THE ORACLE™ ®. Board ANY      QUESTIONS from the PAST the PRESENT the FUTURE you can ask about PEOPLE, FAMILY, RELATIONSHIPS, HEALTH, MONEY, BUSINESS or UNKNOWN or KNOWN CIRCUMSTANCES.

An ORACLE is a person or agency considered to be a source of wise counsel or prophetic predictions established between the 9th and 11th centuries B.C at “Delphi”. The word ORACLE comes from the Latin verb ōrāre “to speak.The ancients believed it to be the center (“Omphalosi”) of the world. The most important Ancient ORACLES were “Pythia” “Apollo” “Delphi”, “Dione” “Zeus” and “Aegina” the “Delphi” ORACLE was thought to be a female.

The ORACLE Board ™ ®. ages 7 to 107 can be played individually or by up to 18 people at any one sitting.
How to Play The ORACLE Board ™ ®

*Place your ORACLE board on a flat surface.

*Nominate yourself as the Individual player or up to 18 other players.

Step 1 / The player places one hand on the Male or Female ORACLE Symbol.

Step 2 / The player then asks the ORACLE Board their question in within a 5 second silence period.

*After the 5 second silence period the player can discuss their question with the other players or wait until the completion of the ORACLE symbols process.

Step 3 / Take (1) One Die and roll it onto the board Memorize or write down the corresponding symbol between 1 and 6.

The Symbols are 1. Justice 2. Love 3. Health 4. Money 5. Beginning 6. Infinite Intelligence

Step 4 / Take (2) two dice and roll them onto the board then match with the corresponding symbol between 2 and 12.

The Symbols are 7. Present 8. Night 9. No 10. Male 11. past 12. The alphabet.

Step/5 Take (3) three dice and roll them onto the board then match with the corresponding symbol between 3 and 18.

The Symbols are 13. The numbers 14. Day 15. Yes 16. Female 17. Future 18. End.

Step 6/ Your Question Has been Answered by The 3 ORACLE Board Symbols .

*You can discuss your Answer ,symbols and questions with other players if you choose.

*Your ORACLE Board answers are interpreted by what they mean to “YOU” and only “YOU” any other person’s opinions or Interpretations of your answers are meaningless.

If you roll a 12 in step ( 2 or 3 ) The Symbol ( The Alphabet )

You now roll Three (3) dice twice to reveal your 2 letters See Example Below:

Roll (3) Three dice then add up the numbers say 2 + 4 + 3 = 9 so the process is to start at “A” count Clockwise forward 9 Letters which is the letter “i”.

(This is the first letter).

Roll (3) Three dice again then add up the numbers say 3 + 5 + 6 = 14 + 9 Equals 23 so the process is to count Clockwise forward to 23 which is the letter “W”.

(This is the second letter).

The example letters are “i” “W” or “W” “i”.

The Alphabet sequence is arranged in an infinite circle The letters are numbered from 1 to 26 when determining letters you always go forward clockwise starting from “A” as 1 Adding up two (2) three (3) dice throws

The letter “A” is a forward total of 27 out of a maximum of 36 forward moves the letter “B” is a forward total of 28 the letter “C” is a forward total of 29 Etc up to a maximum of 36 forward moves in The Alphabet infinite circle

*The letters are interchangeable.

If you roll a 13 in step (3) The Symbol (The Numbers)

you then roll Two (2) dice twice to reveal your 2 Numbers.

See Example Below:

For example on your first roll you roll a 5 + 2 = 7

This is the first number 7.

For example on your second roll you roll a 5 + 6 = 11 = 1

This is the second number 1.

The example two numbers are “7″ and “1″ or “1″ and “7″.

On The Rolls of The Dice within ( The Numbers rolls ) the total dice adds up to 11 this Equals 1 if The total is 12 this Equals 2 if the total is 10 this Equals Zero all other rolls will be a single digit.

Example:

2 Dice Rolled 5 + 5 = 10 = Number 0.

2 Dice Rolled 6 + 4 = 10 = Number 0.

2 Dice Rolled 5 + 6 = 11 = Number 1.

2 Dice Rolled 6 + 6 = 12 = Number 2.

This Above Formula Allows the Number 1 & Number 2 to Appear while using two 6 point dice.

Game Play Information.Ask Any question and you will get an answer.

*The numbers are addable & interchangeable.

*All throws of the dice must be within the board boundaries if a dice or dices go out of the boundaries of the board the dice or dices must be thrown again.

*If you roll the same number on your (2nd or 3rd) dice roll as the 1st dice roll this means the symbol is twice as strong in meaning to your answers.

*The Symbols Letters & Numbers are all interchangeable to form your answer..

*The Same Questions can be asked by multiple people,The Answers will vary but the meaning will be the same but only relevant to the person’s individual question and his or her meaning and personal interpretation of the symbols.

*Discussions of symbols meanings and interpretations can be done at any time during the game.

*Remember to make sure there is always one hand on the male or female Symbol while playing.

*Remember Each Player must have at least 5 seconds of silence before their first roll of the dice.

*The ORACLE Number of 36 is divided in Half, The First Half is You = 18 The Second Half is The Symbols = 18.