You may have read the news lately concerning a disturbing new trend, or “game” that is spreading around the world… it is being referred to as the “Momo Suicide Game”. The only reason I am speaking of it here on my blog is to raise awareness of obvious demonic activity and to warn parents who may be unaware. The demons behind this game have already been linked to several suicides around the world and it continues to spread across social media.
How does it work? There is a messaging app called WhatsApp… and on this app you can reach out and contact a user named “Momo”. This demon(s) is operating out of Japan currently. When you contact Momo you are messaged back, and sent violent images and harassed until you respond. You are “challenged” to do things like physically hurt yourself and the final challenge in the game is to take your own life.
If you choose to ignore Momo you are threatened by the demon with a curse, physical harm to your family and friends and threats to expose private information about you to the world. If you think this is a sick joke it is not, it is very real and YES people are really killing themselves as this article on Fox News just reported today.
This is not the first viral suicide game, in fact another demonic game called the Blue Whale Challenge has been linked to hundreds of suicides around the world.
For those of you who don’t believe in demons or the spiritual world around us, this is a crystal clear example of demons operating right out in the open, right in our faces, all over the news and across social networks… and skeptics do nothing except report that it is nothing more than criminal activity. Wrong. It is time for people to wake up and open their eyes to what is really happening in the world.
PARENTS please be aware of what your children are doing online. You can monitor their activity while on computers and devices and I highly recommend you do just that. It is a very dangerous world and the internet is full of all sorts of threats you are not aware of… and your children can find these threats easier than you think.
How many news stories of suicides have we read about children who were cyber-bullied? How many sexual predators lurk around apps and games and social pages your children frequent? The very real list of dangers could go on and on and on… so what is a parent supposed to do?
Engage with your children, speak with them regularly, take an interest in what they are doing. Watch their behavior for mood swings and changes, these can be red flags. You might also consider having the kids turn in their smart phones before bed each night, to be secured in your room and limit internet access to a common room in the house during specific times.
These are just some ideas to consider, but remember the devil is prowling around like a lion looking for someone to devour. He never sleeps, He never rests. His army is always at work in the world, and we have to be Soldiers for Christ using our greatest weapon every day… prayer.
Stay Strong & Stand Tall