This reminds me of the (still) trending Charlie Charlie Game that the youth are "playing." You no longer need to create an elaborate planchette or purchase the patented, trademarked and copyrighted version named the Ouija board. No, all you need now are two pencils and a piece of paper and you can enter the world of the occult in 45 seconds. One edition of the Ouija board says the "game" is for "Ages 8 to Adult." Now, with the Charlie Charlie Game 5 year old Timmy can open the door to demons without having to ask mommy or daddy for the money to buy the Parker Brothers/Hasbro "board game" (Ouija).. I hope churches will warn their kids about the dangers of this trending Charlie Charlie Game. If not, the many videos on YouTube will entice Christian youth and young Christians to try it out for curiosity's sake.
The Charlie Charlie Challenge has its roots in a Spanish/Latino game that has been popular for generations, but this modern version is simplified and has been made popular by social media. Parents need to warn their kids of its danger or they may end up with eventual apostates or demon oppressed and/or possessed kids.