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    Sunday, July 27, 2014

    Paranormal Ritual/Game -- Pencil Answering Game.

    Paranormal Ritual/Game -- Pencil Game.


    The Pencil Game is an old Mexican tradition supernatural ritual that is used to contact a ghost. It is sometimes called “Six Pencils” or “Charlie, Charlie”. The Pencil Game can only be played with two people. You need six unsharpened pencils.

    Step 1: Each person takes three pencils and arranges them to form three sides of a square (as in the picture above). The ends of your pencils should be touching. You should be holding the pencils at the sharpened tip.

    Step 2: Both of you say the following chant twice: “Charlie, Charlie, can we play?” If the pencils move inwards, the answer is Yes. If the pencils move outwards, the answer is No. If one side moves inwards and the other moves outwards, it means Maybe, or that the question cannot be answered. Also, up means Yes and down means No.

    Step 3: You ask the spirit of Charlie Yes or No questions. He will indicate his answer by moving the pencils. To end the game, you both must chant “Charlie, Charlie, can we stop?” When the pencils move inwards or upwards, you drop them to the floor and say “Goodbye” to break contact. _______________________________________

    Some Experiences Who played with the Pencil Game:

    “When I was younger, we used to play a game called Six Pencils… They truly moved! It was crazy. They answered questions that nobody could have known. My Mom told me it was demons we were talking to, so I stopped.” “My friends played the Pencil Game and they got in contact with a ghost named Charlie that had died of child abuse. But things soon went bad. One of my friends saw a dark figure on her roof when she was home alone. Another heard scratching on her bathroom door and dark laughing. Another felt her blanket on her bed being pulled down when she was sleeping and then she also heard laughing. Another saw a dark shape hanging from her roof. All of these things happened when they were alone. Soon they got scared and stopped playing the game and put up crosses in their rooms and never went near that stuff again and it all stopped.”

    “The game “Charlie, Charlie” was a big thing at my school, and I came home and played it with my Mom. My Mom and Dad got all mad and said that the game was just like the ouija board. supposedly it’s a call to the devil… No offense, but it’s scary… I started hearing things around my house after I played it” There are no reports of anyone dying or being possessed by demons after playing the Pencil Game so it is considered quite safe.

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