Demonic Apps Momo & Bluewhale Challenge Brainwashing Teens

Demonic Apps Momo & Bluewhale Challenge Brainwashing Teens to Commit Suicide

Suicide rates spiked the last few years, and social media apps are being blamed by some parents. First, the mobile app, “Blue Whale Challenge,” was responsible for at least 130 deaths. Then came the “Momo Challenge.”

Momo Challenge was allegedly responsible for the deaths of teenagers in Mexico, Argentina, Russia, Spain, and Columbia.

The game’s mechanics is a 50-days challenge that involves self-harm, watching demonic horror movies, and suicide towards the end of the challenge. Tweens and teenagers are the usual victims.

The Blue Whale app also suggests the participant commit suicide through a series of mind-conditioning challenges. Momo content was added to the Minecraft game, according to Fox News.

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Is the news about these apps hoax?

The bad news about Momo swept every major media outlet towards the end of February 2019. WhatsApp has 1.2 Billion users, and YouTube with 5.5 Billion daily viewers.

However, by February 28, there was a sudden shift of opinion from mainstream media. For 2-days, news flooded saying its a hoax, or was it to kill the news?

Although mainstream media like CNN downplayed the threat, a study in 2021 confirms that videos related to the Momo challenge are highly problematic and unsafe.

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Filipino Parents share their horrible experience with “the master”

The suicide of an 11-years old boy is linked to this app, a GMA News TV report said. CJ always played with his mobile phone. After he committed suicide, her mother discovered the Momo and Blue Whale app on his phone.

She also found messages that instructed his son to climb to the roof and take a selfie to prove that he is obedient to what he calls “the master.”

Another parent said that his six years old son became fidgety. He was frightened and did not want to talk about the app.

The boy said that “the master” told him to kill ten people. If he doesn’t obey, his parents will be murdered.

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What the media is not telling you about Momo and Blue Whale Challenge

How Momo leads to suicide and what the Bible says

1. Momo app sends depressing photos.

The app is linked to depression and insomnia, which makes sense when you expose yourself to demonic images that depict death and sadness.

The Bible tells us to focus on what is right and look straight ahead to what is good (Proverbs 4:25).

Former Satanist John Ramirez testimony.

2. The app hacks private information.

Also called “doxing,” the app’s strategy is to blackmail participants. It forces them to obey. The result is extreme anxiety.

The Bible tells us not to be anxious about anything and allow God’s peace to guard our hearts. (Philippians 4:6-7)

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

3. Momo challenges you to commit suicide.

The mind is conditioned by showing depressing photos and suggestive suicide methods like jumping from a rooftop (Everyday parent). Mind-condition into depression, the gamer commits suicide.

The Bible tells us Satan seeks to devour; he is the god of this world (2 Cor. 4:4).

Know who you are in Christ! There is power in the name of Jesus, and demons are no match even at the sound of His name (Luke 10:17). Jesus will return to save those who belong to God, but the question is, do you know the real Jesus and His promises?

→ How Dr. Hayden Kho overcame suicide thoughts.

Is Momo really gone?

Momo Sculptor Keisuke Also said he felt “responsible” for terrifying children after his artistic work was used for the ‘Momo Challenge.’

Mother Bird was created in 2016, and in 2019, he told The Sun that Momo is dead. “I threw it away,” he said. He may be gone, but the videos remain on the internet.

Suicide in the Philippines: Children as young as 10 years old resort to suicide because of depression says Sen. Joel Villanueva. “Five kids sought help from suicidal thoughts in just one day. The past few years has been the busiest since I began 20 years ago. At least one young person per day would come in the emergency room for suicide attempt,” said Dr. Constantine Chua, PGH Pyschologist.

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