Assisted Intramonadic Communication

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Assisted Intramonadic Communication is IC conducted with the assistance of props like a Ouija Board.

Types of Intramonadic Communication

Intramonadic Communication > Assisted Intramonadic Communication, Automatic Writing, Channeling, Conscious Channeling, Guide Communication, Promiscuous Channeling, Receptive Seeking, Trance Channeling

See Also

Connection, Constricted Connection


James Merrill won the 1977 Pulitzer prize for his poetry book Divine Comedies,[1] a book widely acknowledged to have been inspired by the channeling activities of he and his partner using a standard Ouija Board.[2]

Additional Reading

James Merrill’s Ouija Board: The Opening of the Book of Ephraim



  1. James Merrill, Divine Comedies (Antheneum, 1976). Part of the book is also available in James Merrill, The Book of Ephraim (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2018)
  2. Vendler, Helen, and James Merrill. "James Merrill's Myth: An Interview." The New York Review of Books 1979.