Charlie Charlie Challenge – Should you play this game?

 Charlie Charlie Challenge Demonic Game

Charlie Charlie Challenge – Should you play this game and what does the bible have to say on the matter?

A demonic new game called the Charlie Charlie Challenge is sweeping over the internet.  A game that is inspired by the Ouija board.

As the days go by, the world is getting closer to the arrival of the AntiChrist who will raise all hell on earth.  Occultism is being pushed mainstream via the music industry and the movie industry and now you can even buy designer occult clothing at your favorite clothing outlet.

Now we have a demonic new craze that is sweeping over the internet, Twitter to be precise, where it is said that the players of the game Charlie Charlie can contact a dead Mexican spirit named Charlie.

The Charlie Charlie Challenge is being played by hundreds if not thousands of people after a YouTube video showed the game being played and showed some seriously supernatural things happen with the game and in the rooms of people playing the game.

To play the game, take two pencils and place them on a piece of paper, crisscrossing the pencils over eathother.  You then write the words ‘yes’ and ‘no’ in opposite open squares. Players of the game need to then repeat the following phrase, “Charlie, Charlie can we play?” in order to contact ‘Charile‘ the demon.

As soon as Charlie the demon arrives he will answer the gamer’s questions by moving the pencil in the direction of ‘yes’ of ‘no’.

“The best explanation I have found is here.

You’ve probably heard of using a Ouija board to contact spirits, but I bet you haven’t heard of using pencils to have your questions answered by supernatural beings! The Pencil Game, also called “Charlie, Charlie,” is a traditional Mexican ritual wherein players (usually children) are said to contact the spirit of a child named Charlie.

To play The Pencil Game, you will need six pencils and a partner. Facing each other, each person must hold three pencils and arrange them as three sides of a box, with the open end facing the other person. It is best to use unsharpened pencils, or to hold the tips so that the eraser ends are pointed toward your partner. The ends of your pencils will need to touch your partner’s to form a complete rectangle.

To begin the game, both players must chant: “Charlie, Charlie, can we play?” If the pencils move inward or up, the answer is yes. If they move outward or down, the answer is no. If one side goes one way and the other side goes a different way, it means maybe or the question can’t be answered at this time. You can then ask the spirit of Charlie yes or no questions, and he will respond by moving the pencils. Charlie is kind of like the spirit world version of a Magic 8 ball. To end the game, both players must chant: “Charlie, Charlie, can we stop?” After the pencils move, both players drop all of the pencils on the floor to break contact with Charlie.”

Many people are saying that this game works, that you definitely do contact something supernatural. Others are saying it’s all about gravity that makes the pencil move, and others are saying it’s all about your breath that because the pencils are balanced so finely on one another, when you say Charlie your breath pushes the pencil to move.

The fact of the matter is this Charlie Charlie game is real

Just as the child in the movie Exorcist played with a Ouija board and made contract with a demonic spirit who ended up possessing her, the same will happen with those who play this Charlie Charlie game.  By playing this game you could invite the demonic entity to stay, and the possibility of demonic affliction is very probable.  What is demonic affliction? It is not possession, however the demonic entity attaches itself to you and a multitude of things can happen in your life; from depression, to illness.   Of course demonic possession is not ruled out, it can happen.

The bible has this to say about witchcraft/divination:

Galatians 5:19-21
19 Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness,
20 Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, jealousies, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies,
21 Contentions, murders, drunkenness, revelings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God.

The Charlie Charlie Challenge is a sneak preview of what a Ouija board is all about and this might spark youngsters interests in going out and buying a Ouija board to use full time.  Getting into the occult always starts with small steps, and the Charlie Charlie Challenge is but just one of those steps that could lead you into Satanism.  If you are playing with fire and you will get burnt.  Don’t do it.

Parents warn your kids please.

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Deborah (Discerning the World)

Deborah Ellish is the author of the above article. Discerning the World is an internet Christian Ministry based in Johannesburg South Africa. Tom Lessing and Deborah Ellish both own Discerning the World. For more information see the About this Website page below the comments section.

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I remember playing with a Ouija Board as a kid. I remember other kids telling us the plastic thing you were to put your fingers on was moving by itself. We thought they were lying until it happened to us. After that we threw it in the trash.