Momo & Blue Whale Challenge: What media isn’t telling you

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Momo and Blue Whale challenge are devil apps

Blue Whale and Momo Challenge are mobile phone apps that end in suicide. Both apps are a 50-days challenge that involves self-harm, watching demonic horror movies, and suicide towards the end of the challenge (John15.Rocks). Momo content has infiltrated other games like Minecraft according to Fox News.

Two things parents should know

1. Satan rules much of the media

The Bible tells us that Satan is the god of this world, though not for a long time (2 Corinthians 4:4; Revelation 20:7-9). Satan has a vast army and very organized says John Ramirez, a former warlock. This means he and his minions have the capacity to control people to do evil things. Satan wants to mock and destroy God’s creation because he knows he is doomed when Jesus returns.

While media outlets say that the apps are no cause for alarm because it merely “steals data,” it doesn’t make sense to collect a child’s information. While doxing or phising is true to many apps, “devil apps” is a cause for alarm because Satan no longer hides.

Is it a hoax or a cover up?

The news has been going viral for more than a week but on February 28, 2019, several internet media shifted their opinion and published news saying it’s a hoax. The news flooded the internet in a single day as if deliberately putting out a flame that’s causing damage.

Reports of the suicide came from several countries beginning in 2018, which means independent testimonies have been propping everywhere. Evidently, at least 130 young people have died through the Blue Whale Challenge while the Momo app is linked to the death of an 11-years old boy in the Philippines.

11-Years old CJ from the Philippines

CJ Santos took 20 capsules of gout medicine, he died after 48 hours. His mother blames his death to several “suicide challenge apps” on his phone that she discovered. His mom noticed he has been staying late for the past many days to watch horror movies but she thought it was just a phase (watching horror is one of the challenges of the app).

CJ also told a story about his classmate who slashed his wrist inside the classroom. Before he died, CJ told his mom, “I will follow my master and will kill them all.” In another testimony, the “master” asked a boy to go on top of the roof and take selfies, while a 6-years old boy was told to kill at least ten people, according to the other parents interviewed by GMA News TV.

Suicide in the Philippines and what you can do.

Momo challenge in YouTube

YouTube said its private videos were not infiltrated by the Momo character, but there are others who are speaking out that it’s real and that they saw the avatar pop out in some YouTube videos. If this is true, parents will likely discourage their kids from watching YouTube videos which have 5 billion users daily. Likewise, other media outlets who try to disprove it could be a cover-up to protect WhatsApp who has 1.2 billion users.

→ Why you should ban creepypasta videos like suicide Mickey.

Devils are out in the open

In 2019, a witchcraft coven came out in the open inviting everyone to join the first witches convention in Iowa. There are devil makeup and casting spell kit you can buy in eBay. The avatar of the Momo is clearly demonic, yet kids are attracted to it. Why? the children are the easiest to lure and desensitize.

The enemy, Satan, has been desensitizing people that demons, witchcraft, and devilish things are cool. Consider how Halloween costumes have become so dark that parents allow their kids to look like demons.

→ Former warlock John Ramirez experience with demons.

Doorway using technology

Hollywood and Netflix have been making fantasy movies that at times include portals (doorway). Conspiracy theorist says this too is mind-conditioning so that when the CERN Hadron Collider opens a real portal (Revelation 13:11), we will embrace it as technological advancement.

Although mobile phones are not physical portals, in a sense, it is a doorway for Satan to enter one’s mind and deceive the person. (1 Peter 5:8). By the time Generation Z grows up, the elements of darkness and its imagery may become their norm and may even appeal to them as scientific.

→ Why I regret allowing my kids to own computer gadgets.

Don’t believe everything

What used to be responsible journalism now promotes the extreme and ridiculous leftist agenda, who in turn promotes infanticide through late-term abortion. Big media outfits promote LGBTQ and feminist political agenda that directly attacks the Bible. Christians are being written off but we shouldn’t really be surprised. (2 Timothy 3)

2. A war is coming, train your children

Apps like the Blue Whale and Momo is not new, but it’s dangerous because unsuspecting parents think it’s harmless because it doesn’t show much gore. Consider a few of the violent games that rewire the brain into accepting violence as a norm – Resident Evil: Kill with a chainsaw. Wolfenstein: Beheading people is a cool thing. Manhunt: Use a handsaw on your enemy’s skull. Saw: Blade slices through a man’s body, slowly.

→ What parents can do to prevent computer gadget abuse

Mind-conditioning games

For young people addicted to computer gaming, these demonic video games are mere enjoyment. This is mind-conditioning and it is the same formula that Momo and Blue Whale use to convince young people to take their lives. Things may get worse in the future as internet connection becomes faster. Therefore, parents should actively involve themselves in the lives of their children. It begins by asking Jesus to be your savior.

“Don’t fear danger, God will protect you.”
Proverbs 3:25-26

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