Saturday, May 30, 2015

Kids Summoning Demon in New Social Media Craze

Thursday, May 28, 2015

A new occultic social media trend has gone viral, challenging kids to attempt to summon a demon.
The homemade game is similar to using a Oujia board, and it's called the "Charlie Charlie Challenge."
It involves putting two pencils on a piece of paper in the shape of a cross, and writing the words "yes" and "no" in the boxes outlined by the pencils.
The participants then summon what they say is a Mexican demon called Charlie, attempting to ask him questions for guidance for their lives... the rest

God Forbids You to Summon 'Satan's Demons,' Play 'Charlie Charlie Challenge,' Pastor Robert Jeffress Says
  The "Charlie Charlie Challenge," the newest game sensation being played by children and adults throughout the world, should have Christian parents concerned that their children are committing an act "detestable" to God by summoning a forbidden demon, Dallas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress said Friday.

More and more people are posting videos to social media featuring them trying out the Charlie Charlie Challenge, which requires setting up a child-like apparatus with two pencils — that many believe mysteriously move — to indicate the presence of a "Mexican demon" known as Charlie.

Participants set up two pencils in the shape of a cross on top of a piece of paper that is divided into four sections— two yes sections and two no sections. With one pencil balanced on top of the other pencil, contestants asks questions like "Charlie, can we play?" and "Charlie, are you here?"...


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