There is no demon called “Charlie” in any ancient magic or sorcery book. There is no trace of the demon hence the game is fake, delusional and mere fictional imagination.
Do you believe in the Charlie Charlie game? Is it real? Have you tried it before?
According to reports, the Charlie Challenge originated from Spain and was formerly called Juego de la Lapicera (Pencil Game). The game is played by little teenagers using heels or balanced pencils to ask a question which requires an answer.
The game became popular in 2015 when it gained an audience in the UK, USA and other English-speaking countries. It was denotee with the hashtag #CharlieCharlieChallenge.
Why do the pencils rotate?
The game is played with two pencils set up with one pencil on top of the other, such that minor air movements can cause it to rotate.
How The Charlie Game Works.?
With two 2 pencils and piece of paper properly placed, the Charlie demonic as they falsely claimed will appear to make the pencils rotate. The two pencils are crossed together on a paper to create a grid with sectors labelled “YES” AND “NO” and then a question is asked by the player. The questions are to summon a “supernatural entity” named “Charlie.”
The upper pencil is then expected to rotate to indicate the answer to such questions.
The first question everyone asks by speaking into the pencils is “Charlie Charlie are you there? ” Or “Charlie Charlie can we play?”
Here is the trick.
Remember that the top pencil is precariously balanced on a central pivot point, which makes it easy for it to easily rotate on the pivot due to slight wind gusts, noise, or the breathing of players expecting the pencil to move.
I don’t believe in any of those weird things trending on Facebook, Twitter and other social media.
There is no demon called ‘Charlie. It is purely fake and doesn’t exist. Even if you call true or existing deities like Amadioha or Ogun, the pencil will still not move.
It’s funny how we believe everything thing that comes our way, no wonder people are easily defrauded or deceived by fake prophets and spiritualist. You really need to research things before believing in them.
However, don’t play the game because it’s fake, you are just wasting valuable time in the quest to prove that does not exist.
Thanks for reading. Do you still believe that “Charlie Charlie” exist?
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