Do You Believe in Magic? Part 2 – Magic & Parlor Games

Magic & Parlor Games 

Cynthia Pawl,  January 30, 2016

You know all those crazy, silly, stupid games you played at the sleepovers you had with friends, or at birthday parties, or just hanging out with your buds. Any of you familiar with some of these ‘harmless” games?

They seemed totally harmless, and some were.  However, MANY are not.  Beginning with games of cards and dice.  Dice were originally real bones that were tossed for divination.  The message was interpretted from the way the dice would land.  Cards were what is now called Tarot cards.  But the first diviners used decks that look much like the ones used today for games like Poker and Hearts.

In Today’s Society, there are games that are very frightening and dangerous.  Usually introduced among friends, sometimes as a prank. These games are a trap and an evil tool of the Devil. Packaged to appear to be harmless, the truth is that you are dabbling in divination, Necromancy, and communing with demons. All of these are totally forbidden by God, clearly declared in the bible.

Below you will find a list of such parlor games which includes the advertising verbiage regarding each game, by way of description. By no means are you to take this verbiage as truth or it’s presence here as an endorsement. The games are presented so that you can become aware of their existence and the dangers involved in participating in them.

If you are foolish enough to play, you become fully a participant in Magick!
Body, Mind and Spirit:


A board and pointer used for divination and by some as a means to contact spirits or entities. The name Ouija comes from the French and German words for “yes,” oui and ja (ja is mispronounced with a hard “j”).  The game is played by one to two people who each lay hands on the opposite sides of the pointer.  One person speaks out a question for which they desire and answer and wait for the pointer to move.  The “spirit” can answer yes or no, or spell out a message.  

Advocates say that it, like other forms of divination, is a legitimate means to discover insight, wisdom, and self-truths and to communicate with discarnate beings.

CHRISTIANS KNOW it is dangerous! It is a tool of the Devil. We are NEVER to contact “other entities”. We get our wisdom and guidance from GOD, via the HOLY SPIRIT and him alone.

“I’d like to introduce you to a new creation and game that taps into the growing interest in spiritual growth and angelic reality … To open us up to receive Positive Information from the Spiritual Realm. All around us, people have taken a renewed interest in Angels, Lightworkers, and Messengers. The Angel Board was created to help you explore that Positive Realm.”

Angel Board? Seriously? Don’t be fooled, the Angel Board is a form of an Ouija Board! God never intended for us to “explore” the “Spiritual Realm.” We are commanded to study the Bible (1st Peter 2:2). The Word of God tells us more than we need to know. If you want to learn THE TRUTH about God and spiritual matters, then you will need to learn the Word of God as a born-again Christian. If you want to be deceived by Satan, and led into witchcraft, and cursed, then buy an Angel Board.



Few Believers realize what the game actually is and apparently see no problem letting their children play it hours on end. In a nutshell, Pokémon Go is an occult-rooted and demon-oriented game of witchcraft originally created in god-less Japan. Believers’ children should have nothing to do with it!

If I were to suggest you should get out a Ouija Board and ask it a few questions, most grounded Believers would immediately point out the occult properties of Ouija that are obviously off-limits to Bible believing Christians.

And if you think using a Ouija Board is bad, Pokémon is 1000 times worse! It’s like a three dimensional Ouija Board that is not played in one spot, but outside, all over the world as players chase and empower virtual demons. Yes, you read that correctly.

Start with the word “Pokémon.” It’s a Japanese word that means “pocket monster.” And this comes from the same company (Wizards of the Coast) that originally developed the highly occultic and anti-Christian “Dungeons and Dragons” and “Magic the Gathering” games. Nintendo negotiated a license to distribute the game and its stock has since soared.

The game is played by downloading an app to your smart phone which is used to find and capture Pokeballs. The Pokeballs are found all over town–appearing as images on the players’ phones in parks, schools, hospitals, businesses, freeways, landmarks, etc. They’re then used to throw at and capture virtual pocket monsters appearing all around in the mapped streetscape.

Called “immersive play” or “augmented reality,” players use their smart phone’s GPS and camera functions to blur reality with fantasy that, in essence, gives spirit and soul to digital objects. Pokémon gives power to whomever catches them.

When you capture your pocket monsters, you train them to have more and more “power” to use against other people’s Pokémon. The characters even mimic evolution as the Pokémon “evolve” from 1 to 100 as the game progresses. There are some 150 named Pokémon and they have special powers as they share the world with humans. For instance the Pokémon named “Haunter” can hypnotize, eat your dreams and drain your energy. “Abra” reads minds and “Kadabra” spews negative energy. Do note the names they use!

So the bottom line is that playing Pokémon Go is dealing with the devil’s demonic world. “Pocket monster” is just a ruse for “pocket demon.” The world has gone crazy searching out virtual demons! Most have no clue. Christian kids are being unsuspectingly sucked into the world of the occult by the millions.

People are being tricked into seeking after demons for power and knowledge.
There is plenty of information online. Search it out for yourself.
The TRUTH is out there!!
Pokemon Go Gameplay brings you a brand new episode! Today I will be sharing with you all a very dangerous portal Ive found while playing ingress and the many dangers it could pose to kids playing Pokemon GO


Pokemon EXPOSED by Ex-Satanist (Stephen Dollins) 720p – CDA


Pokemon are occult Satanic creatures

POCKet MONsters, which is notorious for incorporating Eastern mysticism and witchcraft into deceptively cute and cuddly Satanic creatures. While the Pokemon craze is nowhere near as strong as it used to be, the unnatural ways in which devilish creatures like Pikachu and Jigglypuff seize the hearts and minds of little children is a clear sign of the Devil’s handiwork. Pokemon, in general, are purveyors of supernatural abilities. They conjure fire, water, thunderstorms, and other phenomena that go against God. Many Pokemon take on vile forms that the Bible clearly warns against. For example, Ekans (backwards for “snake”) is a serpent Pokemon and Charizard and Dragonite are dragons. 

List of Creatures: Wikipedia

The traits and characteristics Pokemon possess can be just as Satanic as Pokemon themselves. Take the “psychic” Pokemon, for instance. Now you may be thinking “Surely this popular, seemingly innocent children’s game doesn’t discuss the practice of back-alley cults and Devil-worshipers?” This is, unfortunately, the case! One concerned mother recently overheard her son telling a friend that he would “use his psychic powers” against his friend’s Pokemon while playing with their trading cards. Statements like these are incontrovertible proof that the sinister creators of Pokemon are attempting to condition the world’s children with the occult practice of psychic powers!

Pokemon are occult Satanic creatures

Perhaps the most threatening of the psychic Pokemon are Abra, Kadabra, and Alakazam. These names should sound familiar – they are classic incantations uttered by those who participate in witchcraft. Images of Kadabra even feature several symbols associated with the occult, like a pentagram printed on its forehead and the unholy triple S motif on its stomach. In some media, Kadabra even appears with its three fingers raised in a Satanic salute. The Eastern mysticism of the Japanese has caused them to incorporate Satanic symbols into children’s characters in an attempt to pollute their minds. What’s more, these three sinister Pokemon “evolve” into one-another by spontaneously changing physical forms. This “evolution” is clearly shape-shifting, another trait commonly associated with witchcraft.

The name Pokémon is the romanizedcontraction of the Japanese brandPocket Monsters (ポケットモンスター PokettoMonsutā?). The term Pokémon, in addition to referring to the Pokémon franchise itself, also collectively refers to the 722 known fictional species that have made appearances in Pokémon media as of the release of the sixth generation titles Pokémon X and YSource
The object is to capture the Pokemon inside your Pokemon Ball, to control them, train them and employ them in battles. One must travel across the land, searching far and wide to understand each Pokemon and the power that’s inside. Pokemon become your best friends in a world you must defend. Pokemon teach you and you teach them.

POKEMON GO is a free-to-playlocation-based augmented reality game developed by Niantic for iOS andAndroid devices. It was initially released in selected countries in July 2016. In the game, players use a mobile device’s GPS capability to locate, capture, battle, and train virtual creatures, called Pokémon, who appear on the screen as if they were in the same real-world location as the player.

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Pokémon Creator Admits Games are Anti-Christian, Aimed Towards Satanists

Time: What inspired you to start making the Pokémon games?
Tajiri: Well, my parents were Christians. I grew up being taught the ways of that religion. When I got older, I started to realize that the things they said were foolish and I guess I rebelled a little.
Time: How did you rebel?
Tajiri: I started to argue against their teachings. They tried to punish me in various ways to try to get me under control, but it didn’t work. This is when I was inspired by nature and started the basis for the Pokémon games.
Time: Could you explain how your parent’s religion is connected with the games?
Tajiri: Well, when I got old enough, I wanted to do something that would show the world that my parents were wrong. Something I saw in nature was the concept of evolution which my parents vehemently denied existed. This sparked the idea for a game that would go against everything my parents believed in.
Time: This game being Pokémon, correct?
Tajiri: Yes. Pokémon is essentially the correct answer towards life, not Christianity. Everything presented in the game is the opposite of what Christians may believe. Some have said that the game promotes voodoo or magic, and I agree in the sense that there are many things that occur in nature that are unexplainable. Furthermore, the violence in the games is unparalleled. It may not show up in the actual graphics, but the brutality is made especially explicit in the Pokédex entries. Nature, again, played a big role.
Time: So those who say that the game is anti-Christian are correct?
Tajiri: I suppose so. I mean, some could say that the game supports Satanism. I don’t officially celebrate it, but I can understand why people would be attracted to it. SOURCE


Bloody Mary/The Midnight Game/Three Kings
“You’ll notice that many of the ritual-type games involve mirrors. The idea is usually that by peering into the depths of its reflective surface, the mirror will somehow become a window, promising to show us ghouls, ghosts, or sometimes even glimpses of the future.” Here’s the crazy thing: This is actually true. Throughout history, mirrors have been known to be a portal to the spirit realm. There is validity to the claim. You can actually see things in the mirror if you are foolish enough to play this game and invite them. Be warned, you are not going to like what you see, nor will you be able to control it. SO DON’T OPEN YOURSELF UP TO DEMONIC ACTIVITY! Read this excellent article for more information: Parlor Games that Conjure the Demonic

The Magic 8 Ball “has All the Answers. Ask a Question. Turn Over for the Answer. 20 Possible Answers. Ever wish you could see into the future? If you answered “without a doubt” or “signs point to yes,” you are in luck. It is easy to get a sneak preview into the future with Mattel’s Magic 8 Ball. Take all the guesswork out of finding the answers to life’s more perplexing questions. Yes, this is the same Magic 8 Ball you remember from the past, and it is just as reliable as ever. If you don’t get the results you are after, you can always “ask again later!” –Alison Golder Source: Amazon Now there are online sites where you can go and ask your questions. See video Here. This too, is demonic Necromancy, divination. FORBIDDEN BY GOD.

Charlie Charlie Challenge “is a modern incarnation of a Spanish paper-and-pencil game called Juego de la Lapicera (game of the pens). Like a Magic 8-Ball, the game is played by teenagers using school supplies to produce answers to questions they ask. Teenage girls have played Juego de la Lapicera for generations in Spain and Hispanic America, asking which boys in their class fancy them. Originally described on the internet in 2008, the game was popularized in the English-speaking world in 2015, partly through the hashtag #CharlieCharlieChallenge. On 29 April 2015, an alarmist tabloid television newscast about the game being played in Hato Mayor Province of the Dominican Republic was uploaded to YouTube, and the unintentional humor in the report led to the game trending on Twitter, crossing the language barrier to be played around the world.” Source Wikipedia – More information here and watch a video: Demons!! The REAL DANGERS OF “Charlie, Charlie” (R$E) HERE 

Light as a Feather/Stiff as a Board “is a game played by children at slumber parties. The phrase has also become established in popular culture as a reference to a levitation trick and has been referred to in various media accounts. One participant lies flat on the floor, and then the others space themselves around him or her, each placing one or two fingertips underneath the participant’s body. The person closest to the head commonly begins by saying “She’s looking ill,” which they will say many times then “she’s looking worse” is spoken many times. The general direction of the call-and-repeat describes how the prone person is looking worse and worse, followed by saying “she is dying,” and, finally, “she is dead”.
Variations of the spoken part of the game occur, with a common modern version the person being lifted is told a story about their death and asked to imagine it happening to him or her. It serves the dual purpose of “freaking out” the participants and convinces the participants that it will be easier to lift this person. All versions end with the phrase “light as a feather, stiff as a board” chanted by the entire group (save for the prone person, who pretends to be dead) as they attempt to lift their companion’s body using only their fingertips. Some versions omit the story entirely and only the “light as a feather…” chant is used. Allegedly, after these repetitions, the person being lifted will seem lighter or even entirely weightless.” As you have seen in the article on LEVITATION, this is a trap. Once again, it really can work. When it does, it is being performed by demon spirits. A trick to get you interested in the occult. BEWARE. Source: Wikipedia Watch the Video HERE

This is actually a kid’s version of the Levitation magic performed by stage Magicians.  As you will see from the following article, this is a dangerous activity even for grown trained Magicians.  Why?  Because the truth is, the power that lifts the body or article is provided by demonic entities.  Believe me, demons do not perform on demand without expecting something in return.  They highly resent serving ANYONE.

“The Illusion That Seduces and Bewitches Magicians”

“Whether the levitation is experienced by young girls playing a dangerous occult “game” at a slumber party, (“Light as a feather, Stiff as a board”) or by street magicians as shown on YouTube videos, paranormal things happen when people engage in practices that are rooted in sorcery, magic and witchcraft. Many magicians and other occultists have experienced levitation and various forms of supernatural power. These sorcerers typically cast spells or perform other rituals in an attempt to conjure the power to accomplish these feats. It is becoming more and more commonplace to see such expressions of magical performance.

What most of these magicians do not realize, however, is that the power to do such things only appears to be under their control. These magical performers are actually being duped by beings with superior intelligence to their own. Just as some magicians engage in illusion, so do the spirits which seduce magicians to go deeper and deeper into their craft. It is incredibly enticing, especially when the performers start to get high on the attention it brings them. While the spellbinding feats such as levitation are very often real, these “abilities” are not under the ultimate control and power of the magician.

All the control over these supernatural occurrences belongs to the spirits which orchestrate this “power seduction.” These evil spirits seek to have total dominion over their host, and so they willfully perform supernatural acts when their host jumps through certain hoops and says certain “magical” words. It is all a con, and the victims are the hosts (magicians) and those who choose to follow the example of the sorcerers and take up the craft themselves in the seductive pursuit of power.”

The remaining “Games” on this list are what they call ‘Challenges’.  A phenomenon that has really taken off.  It comes from Eastern Philosophy.  I will cover this in more depth in another series.  For now, here are the most recent challenges that have caused real injury and even death.

Cinnamon Challenge “is a viral internet food challenge. The objective of the challenge is to film oneself swallowing a spoonful of ground cinnamon in under 60 seconds without drinking anything, then upload the video to the Internet. The challenge is difficult and carries substantial health risks because of the cinnamon coats and dries the mouth and throat, resulting in coughing, gagging, vomiting and inhaling of cinnamon, leading to throat irritation, breathing difficulties, and risk of pneumonia or a collapsed lung. Source: Wikipedia

The challenge has been described online since 2001, and increased in popularity in 2007. By 2010, many people had posted videos of themselves attempting this challenge on YouTube and other social networking websites. The cinnamon challenge continues to be active, with Twitter mentions peaking at nearly 70,000 per day in January 2012. It is similar to the saltine cracker challenge, which involves ingesting at least six saltine crackers (also known as soda crackers) within 60 seconds without drinking anything, the Gallon challenge, and the Banana Sprite challenge.
Watch the Video HERE Cinnamon Challenge

Salt and Ice Challenge
“An internet phenomenon wherein participants pour salt on their bodies, usually on the arm and ice is then placed on the salt. This causes a “burning” sensation, and participants vie to withstand the pain for the longest time. The challenge can be recorded and posted on YouTube or other forms of social media. The salt causes the ice to lower its freezing temperature, and in the process absorbs heat from the environment (including a participant’s hand) as it melts. As a result, skin temperature drops far more than with ice alone, even though the temperature of the ice is the same. This can quickly cause second and third-degree injuries similar to frostbite. Due to the numbing sensation of the cold and possible nerve damage during the stunt, participants are often unaware of the extent of any injuries sustained during the challenge. Skin discoloration from the challenge may remain after the challenge has been attempted.” Source: Wikipedia More HERE
 More information on Salt and Ice from the DailyMail

 Ice Bucket Challenge
“Sometimes called the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, is an activity involving dumping a bucket of ice water on someone’s head presented as a way to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and encourage donations to research. It went viral on social media during July–August 2014.  Rules: Within 24 hours of being challenged, participants must record a video of themselves in continuous footage. First, they are to announce their acceptance of the challenge followed by pouring ice into a bucket of water. Then, the bucket is to be lifted and poured over the participant’s head. Then the participant can nominate a minimum of three other people to participate in the challenge. Whether people choose to donate, perform the challenge, or do both varies.” Source: Wikipedia More info HERE and Satanic Ritual Taking Over USA–You or Someone You Know Has Probably Done This Unaware–and You Will Be Shocked! HERE and Yikes! PROOF Ice Bucket Challenge Is A MASSIVE SATANIC RITUAL! Busted & Sent To The STARS! HERE
The Precursor to this Ice Bucket Challenge was the ICE BATH Challenge. You can find a ridiculous number of videos of the Ice Bath Challenge on youtube HEREHERE

 Fire Challenge
“An activity which refers to the application of flammable liquids to one’s body and then setting the liquids aflame, while being video recorded. The aftermath is then posted to social media sites. Firefighters, police officers and media sources have chastised and spoken out against the activity, hoping to dissuade individuals from trying it due to its harmful nature. The effect of the Fire Challenge is immediate, 1st through 2nd degree, burns are the direct results of undergoing the activity. One teen from Kentucky who participated in the challenge described the subsequent pain as ‘unbearable’. In addition to the obvious dangers, many participants run away in a panic without dousing the flames first, allowing the oxygen to
cause the flames to spread more easily. Another immediate danger is the participants inhaling superheated air, which can then damage the lungs.” Source: Wikipedia-Video HERE and HERE

Blood Over Intent
In this challenge, the participant/initiate is required to write “I intend to love all and worship all and exclude none to usher in heaven on earth.” And then sign it in their own blood, in the shape of a pyramid.
Now, this is the most insidious challenge of them all. Because of this, my friends, is a flat out blood covenant with the Devil. These young people are buying into something they do not really understand. The thing that is most alarming is the sheer number of people who are participating in these Satanic rituals. Because Satan and his demons are energy vampires. They require sacrifice and they require numbers of people to participate in order to increase the power of the Magick they are working. It does not matter whether people
understand what they are doing or not. They simply have to be in sympathetic connection. Meaning they have to be participating in the acts involved, spiritually, physically, mentally or emotionally; any/or combination thereof. Sympathy for the Devil. That Rock Song was not named that by accident. Demonstration with Originator featured A little history: Blood Over Intent
People all over the internet are signing anti-christ statements with their blood. They want to “Escape the matrix”, and by doing this they are just getting further into it. I was just talking about the danger of the phrase “escape the matrix” that truthers push. I can see how demons can use it to tell people to commit suicide to escape the matrix (this is seen in movies like Vanilla Sky and Inception where the people jump off of buildings in order to “Wake up”). Now they are using it to tell people that they need to sign blood deals to “intend” to escape the matrix and bring heaven on earth. Don’t let anyone fool you. Jesus/Yahushua is bringing in peace, but before that, there is a false peace. The original video maker said we need to become the antichrist. But many new agers are being fooled by his new found knowledge and insight. Demons are giving it to him, and confusing him all the more and getting more and more people to “sign up” with their blood, thereby giving the demons, even more, power over them. This is a dangerous new “fad” to “escape the matrix” please keep this in mind and share with others. Source

Blue Whale Challenge
also known as the Blue Whale suicide game, is an online game in which participants are purportedly assigned a curator who provides various acts of self-harm to be committed over the course of 50 days. On the final day, participants are urged to carve the shape of a Blue Whales on their arm or their thigh. The final step is to win the game by committing suicide.
MUST WATCH! “Blue Whale” SUICIDE Challenge WARNING !!! Teenagers are taking their own lives!
Origin: May 17th, 2016, the Russian news site RT[7] reported that groups on the Russian social network VK were linked to “130 teen suicides in Russia”. (Video Here)

This challenge comes out of Russia, but has word of it has spread World Wide.  The very dangerous directions are shown to the right.  Already, at least one child has died following them.   Click HERE Become A FIRE FAIRY

“At midnight when everybody is asleep, get up from your bed and go around the room three times, then say the magical words: “Alfey kingdom, sweet little fairies, give me the power, I’m asking you. “Then go to the kitchen silently, so no one notices you or the magic of the words will disappear. Switch on the gas stove, all four burners. But do not light it. You don’t want to get burnt, do you?“ Then go to sleep. The magic gas will come to you, you will breathe it while sleeping and in the morning, when you wake up, say: “Thank you Alfeya, I’ve become a fairy.” And you will become a real fairy of fire.

Do You Believe In Magic? Continued Part 3 – what about Magicians?