Charlie Charlie Challenge

The Charlie challenge is similar to an Ouija board from the pictures I have seen. Some of the info I have seen about it says it is a mixture of the Ouija board game, a game called Bloody Mary, and a game Mexican children play to summon demons. It also could be a spin off of that Slender Man obsession where two 12-year-old girls were accused of viciously stabbing a classmate 19 times. In a similar story, teen involved in playing these types of games in Florida says; Soul Eater Manga and Slender man inspired her to set home on fire.

What you are doing when you play any of these games is contacting the spirit world. Many use it ignorantly thinking they are contacting dead loved ones in heaven. Let me say this here and now. You can NOT contact someone who has died! What you will contact is demon spirits masquerading as that loved one or some other person you may be trying to contact. When a person dies they go immediately to one of two places, Heaven or Hell. Sad to say most go to Hell because they do not truly know Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. They may know the name of Jesus but only give lip service to it but they do not know Him in their heart.

All you are doing is opening a doorway to the abyss, summoning demons which will lead to possession and other very nasty vial things hounding you. So if you want evil to enter in, go ahead and mess with it, but know you have been warned! The Word of God forbids this activity for a reason. Here are scriptures about Necromancy and Divination
I came across a couple of articles and the one below explains it pretty good. Another good article By Heather Clark can be seen at Christian News Network

The Charlie Charlie Challenge: Conjuring Demons Goes Viral

by natalina May 25, 2015

“Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them.” Ephesians 5:11

If you spend any time on social media, especially Twitter, you might have happened upon a viral hashtag called #CharlieCharlieChallenge. This craze has taken hold of the Twitterverse and the movement seems to be growing. So what is the #CharlieCharlieChallenge?

As with most internet memes, the actual origins of the challenge are hazy and the backstory is dubious. But the claim is that Charlie Charlie is a old Mexican tradition that draws inspiration from the Ouija board. The challenge is simple. You take a piece of paper, put two pencils in the shape of a cross at the center of the paper, then write the words “yes” and “no” in the corners of the page. The participant then says “Charlie, Charlie are you here”… which is meant to summon a demon named Charlie. Yes – this is a demon summoning challenge.

If the pencil moves, you then know that Charlie is present and you can proceed to ask him any kind of “yes and no” questions you might have. It is being claimed that this demon is very strict about rules and politeness and that you cannot finish the challenge without chanting “Charlie, Charlie can we stop”, thereby asking permission to close the connection. Failure to do this reportedly leaves a portal open whereby Charlie and his minions can enter your home for good, wreaking havoc.

Now, what is likely true is that someone made this story up in an effort to try to start a movement. What is also true is that the back-story doesn’t really matter. Any attempt to contact the demonic realm opens one up to very real entities. Not unlike the Slenderman phenomenon, we now have people all over the world focusing on a demonic internet meme, creating what Buddhists refer to as a Tulpa… or a thought form made manifest, which incidentally is the subject of a forthcoming book that I’m working on. While I do not adhere to Buddhist beliefs, I do believe that there is something very real about the demonic realm exploiting the things that we as a culture are focusing our intent upon. A fictional character can become quite real through the process of conjuring and summoning of any demonic entity.

One need only search the #CharlieCharlieChallenge hashtag on Twitter to see how much of a sensation this diabolical meme has become. While many if not most people have treated it as a joke, asking it silly questions about boy bands and booze…. the point is that people are participating. And those of us with a Supernatural and Biblical worldview should all be aware that anything that encourages the participant to attempt access to a demon is in reality NOT a game, regardless of the seriousness with which the person involved has approached the activity.

 

Children hospitalized with mass hysteria, ‘mysterious bruises’ after playing the Charlie Challenge

By Alasdair Baverstock for MailOnline Dominican Republic June 9, 2015

The four Colombian high school students were brought to the emergency room two weeks ago screaming and babbling.

There was nothing physically wrong with them. Instead doctors diagnosed a case of ‘mass hysteria’.

The cause? They had been trying to summon a ‘Mexican demon’ with two pencils balanced on a piece of paper, like a modern version of the ouija board.

In fact the spirit-summoning game known as ‘Charlie Charlie’ or the CharlieCharlieChallenge has since blazed a trail across the internet in recent days.

It went viral after one video surfaced in the Dominican Republic where it was taken probably a little too seriously by parents, priests and teachers.

The game involves balancing one pencil on top of another and daring a demon called Charlie to answer questions by making it point to pre-written answers on the paper below.

Hundreds of teens have uploaded videos – from the UK to the United States, Sweden and Singapore – in which they ask, ‘Charlie, Charlie, are you there?’ and then flee in terror when the pencil appears to move by itself.

See Video and pics at Daily Mail


Demon Possession results from playing Charlie, Charlie. 22 School girls affected in Colombia

The traumatic incident happened on Saturday in the Choco region of Colombia which borders with Panama.

The children were screaming, writhing and hallucinating – and some were even foaming at the mouth.

One victim claimed she could see a ‘man dressed in black’ while possessed – and locals are praying against witchcraft as authorities warn against playing the game.

It was reported that they were playing a game of ‘Charlie Charlie’ – a simplified version of Magic 8-Ball where teenagers use balanced pencils to produce answers to questions they ask.

After conducting several medical tests to rule out disease, intoxication or use of hallucinogenic substances, experts failed to uncover any consistent health problems whatsoever and the girls’ vital signs returned to n