Why are the children of today playing a witch craft game called the charlie cha

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  1. Lyrickkw profile image68
    Lyrickkwposted 3 years ago

    Why are the children of today  playing a witch craft game called the charlie challenge?

    Parents beware I just found out from local children that there is a game called the charlie challenge! The is not a game children or anyone should play. I don't know the  true meaning or where it came from but it sound and look creepy. As a parent I am concern how movie and thingsnof thenworld are affecting our children. I would like to know how younfeel about this and why?

  2. Lori P. profile image86
    Lori P.posted 3 years ago

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    Kids love dares because of the thrill. They believe this game is innocuous because it doesn't involve drugs, sex, alcohol or other taboos that are off limits to them as kids. Even adults don't believe in supernatural  "nonsense" such as ghosts.

    However, this is not an innocent children's game. Leave it to evil energies to use seemingly innocent games for children to enter this physical plane. Kids think it is fun to witness supernatural phenomena because objects move or levitate before their eyes. They do not realize the potential negative energies that can be unleashed once given tacit permission to enter into their lives.

    NOT GOOD. I promise you, no matter what you may believe or not believe, this stuff can be very real. I even wrote a book, called "Spiritual Protection: for those who find themselves in dark places" just to help those who have unwittingly gotten into situations with dark energy. You can find it on Amazon and Kindle. Or, I do provide a free digital copy in an emergency if you send your email address.

    "If you want to avoid the fruits of evil, stay out of the devil's garden."

    1. Lyrickkw profile image68
      Lyrickkwposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for your response!  Yes . Evil is nothing to play with. What I found hard to believe is that the educators such as teachers are laughing and playing this game with students. This world  is mess up! People need to leave that stuff alone!

  3. peeples profile image94
    peeplesposted 3 years ago

    The same reason kids played ouija boards or did the whole saying a name into a mirror 3 (bloody mary) times. They do it for kicks. Honestly I don't understand the big deal. It causes no harm that I have heard. It is better than kids going out getting drunk or doing drugs. Harmless child's play. Not a big deal.

    1. Lyrickkw profile image68
      Lyrickkwposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Everything seem harmless at first until something happens! We have to know as human beings that just like there is good in the world, there is evil as well. Yes. Everyone want to play and have fun  however at what cost.

    2. Lori P. profile image86
      Lori P.posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      It may seem harmless but this is because some kids have some spiritual protection that they are not aware of (guides and even ancestors who protect them from the other side.) Not all kids experience anything supernatural but those who do...

    3. peeples profile image94
      peeplesposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Honestly I believe it is delusional to think of this game like it is real and somehow attract some supernatural thing. It isn't real, neither is a Ouija board or bloody mary.

 
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