ByRuben Meloney Acuña, writer at
Ruben Meloney Acuña

Earlier this month the Charlie Charlie game has hit the internet by storm. with literally a pencil to paper concept, tweens, teens, and including adults all around the word have given it a shot. What comes out of this game when you say "Charlie, Charlie, are you there?" is definitely something not of this world. Ok, so you can play Charlie Charlie but did you know that there are many more games to conjure up demons. Even though i dont know why anyone would want to in the first place. Charlie Charlie rules are simple and goes as follows:

what you will need:

Two Pencils

One piece of paper

What to do:

with your pencil make two lines as if you are drawing a cross then write "yes" between two lines caticorner from eachother then do the same with the others with the word "NO"

then take you two pencils and put one on top of the other as if you are covering the lines you made.

Then concentrate then say "Charlie Charlie are you there?"

its as simple as that however, weather the pencil moves or not you have opened a portal to allow a demon to come through, so even if you are a skeptic or not make sure you remove the pencils and say "Goodbye" to close the portal and get rid of that demonic being you just unleashed into our mortal world.

Now, here are 10 more games like Charlie Charlie.

1)The Three Kings

The Three Kings is a scary ghost game that supposedly enables the person performing the ritual to access a different dimension.

The Three Kings Instructions:

Step 1: Place a chair in the center of the room. facing north. This is your throne.

Step 2: Place the other two chairs exactly to the left and right, facing your throne. These two chairs are known as the Queen and the Fool.

Step 3: Place the two large mirrors on the Queen and the Fool chairs. The mirrors should be facing each other. If you sit on the throne, facing straight ahead, you should be able to barely see your own reflection in both of the mirrors. If you see your own reflection in the corner of your eye, just barely there, then you've done it right.

Step 4: Place the electric fan behind you, facing the throne, and turn it on. Leave it on.

Step 5: Turn off the lights, leave the door open and go to you bedroom.

Step 6: Put the candles, lighter, alarm clock and cellphone beside your bed. Set the alarm clock for exactly 3:30 AM. Turn off the lights and go to sleep while holding your childhood toy.

Step 7: When the alarm clock goes off at 3:30 AM, turn it off, get out of bed, but don't turn on the lights. You have exactly three minutes to light your candle and make you way to the dark room to sit in your throne. You should be seated by 3:33 AM.

If the alarm clock did not go off at exactly 3:30 AM abort the mission.

If the door of the dark room is closed (remember you left it open) abort the mission

If the fan is off, (remember you left it on) abort the mission

If you are not seated on you throne by exactly 3:33 AM abort the mission

If you have to abort the mission, leave your house immediately. After 4:44 AM, it is safe to return.

If all is going as planned you can proceed with the ritual. Sit down in your throne. Look straight ahead and stare into the darkness. DO NOT look at the mirrors.

I wont ruin what happens next all you need to know is that you wont be alone. If you have questions you will get answers. Sometimes those answers will come in the form of new questions.

Whatever you do make sure you DO NOT look directly at the mirrors or the candle. Just stare straight ahead. Don't chicken out either. you need to stay seated until 4:44 AM Just stay still and try not to move. It's okay to shake and tremble a little bit. you need to stay seated for at least 1 hour and 11 minutes.

i didnt say which chair was the Queen and which one was the Fool. thats because its your job to figure that out. Also, from their point of view, you are either their queen or their fool too. Hence the name The Three Kings.

DO NOT let the candle go out or the ritual will end. This is a back up measure to protect you. Remember, the fan behind you. your body is between the fan and the candle. If you body was suddenly moved or dragged out of the chair, the fan would immediately blow out the candle. that backup measure may save your life.

To end the ritual, you can blow out the candle at 4:44 AM if the candle goes out before that time you're on your own.

Be safe, and I wouldn't try this one if i were you.

2. Tsuji-ura, or the Fortune Game

Allegedly this one originated many, many years ago in Japan; I haven’t been able to find out anything about its origins beyond that, though, so it’s possible (and likely, I think) that the whole “this is an ancient Japanese fortune telling ritual!” thing is just meant to add to the mystery of it. Anyway, the good news is that Tsuji-ura is a little less involved than some of the other games on this list: All you have to do is find a comb and something to cover your face, take them to a crossroad when it’s dark out, run the comb over your teeth three times to make some noise, and chant “Tsuji-ura, Tsuji-ura, grant me a true response” three times. If a stranger approaches you, cover your face; then ask them to tell your fortune — but don’t push it if they refuse.

3. The Doors of your Mind.

This game is also sometimes referred to as “Doors to the Mind,” although it shouldn’t be confused with the creepypasta “Gateway of the Mind.” According to redditor u/brickell, it’s not nearly as dangerous as many of these sorts of rituals tend to be; it’s still best to proceed with caution, though. After all, you never know what might be lurking in the corners of your own head.

As always, play at your own risk.


  • 1 principal.
  • 1 partner.


  • A quiet room.
  • A few candles.
  • Matches or a lighter.
  • An alarm clock.
  • A pillow (optional).
  • A recording device (optional).


The Prelude:

  • Begin whenever you feel most relaxed.
  • Find a quiet room, dim the lights, and set up your candles. Use the matches or lighter to light the candles, being mindful of fire hazards as you do so. If you would like to record your experience, set up your chosen device and begin recording.
  • Set the alarm clock to go off one hour from the time you begin.
  • Have your partner sit on the floor; you yourself should lie down with your head in your partner’s lap, facing up. You may use your pillow if you like. Close your eyes.
  • Have your partner begin rubbing your temples in slow, circular motions. The tempo should be steady, and the overall feeling relaxing. Keep your eyes closed.
  • Your partner will function as your guide for this next portion. Have them speak the following words to you: “You are at one end of a very long corridor. There are numerous doors on both sides of this corridor, spanning the entire length. I want you to explore these doors and the rooms behind them. Describe to me what you can see, hear, touch, and feel with great detail.”
  • The Exploration:

  • At this point, you should find yourself in the corridor. Traverse it, exploring the doors that line it and the rooms kept behind the doors; as you go, describe each and every thing you encounter. There are no rules as to how best to explore the corridor and its rooms; you may, however, find the following tips helpful:
    • Pay as much attention to yourself as to your surroundings. What are you wearing? What’s in your pockets? Do you have anything meaningful about your person? Whatever you find, it might be useful.
    • Take a good look (and feel, and so on) of each door before you open it. What color is it? What size and shape is it? What does the handle look like? Is the handle an unusual temperature? These details and more might provide hints about what waits behind the door itself.
    • You do not have to open every door. Trust your instincts: If you feel it would be unwise to enter one… don’t open it.
  • The Return:

  • When the alarm goes off, your partner should guide you back to the real world. The exact words spoken to do so are up to your partner, but in all cases, the corridor should recede and any doors that have been opened should be closed by the end.
  • Once you have returned, blow out the candles and turn off the recording device (if using). You may listen to your recording at your leisure; or, you may choose never to listen to it. It’s entirely up to you.
  • Additional Notes:

    • This game may be played as many times as you desire. After you have played it enough times, you may no longer require the alarm clock; your partner should be able to determine when you are ready to make your way back.
    • If you enter a room filled with clocks, do NOT touch any of the clocks and leave the room immediately.
    • If you encounter an old woman, do NOT speak to her and leave the room immediately.
    • If you encounter a man in a suit — particularly one who inspires feelings of unease or dread —describe him immediately to your partner. Your partner should then end the session, regardless as to whether the alarm has gone off. If your partner is unable to end the session, do NOT speak to him and leave the room immediately.
    • Some doors may be locked, blocked, or otherwise barred. Check your person to see if you have a key; if you don’t, however, do not worry — you may simply not be ready to deal with whatever is behind it yet. Leave the door closed and move on.
    • It is not unheard of for personages encountered in specific rooms to lock you inside. One player recounted an instance in which his partner — in this case, his sister — was required to shake him violently in order to pull him back into reality.

    A Word of Advice:

    Tread carefully. Your mind is not always your friend.

    4. The Dark Reflection Ritual.

    Here's what you'll need to do this ritual:

    • A mirror of any type,
    • A candle of any size or color,
    • Friends to do it with (Optional, but highly suggested)

    I should probably warn you, once you begin this ritual, there is no way to stop it. What I'm saying is, don't start it unless you are planning to finish it.

    Have you ever broken a mirror, by accident or on purpose? Have you ever looked into a mirror and felt like there was something watching you from the other side, or seen something sinister lurking within the eyes of your own reflection? You've probably heard the legend that breaking a mirror is seven years bad luck.

    Legends about mirrors have been around for hundreds of years. In particular, some ancient civilizations believed that there was a sort of purifying effect to mirrors. They believed that, by looking one's reflection in the eyes, it would transfer a person's negative energy into the reflection in the mirror. They believed that this had a cleansing effect, but also hidden dangers. That's why breaking a mirror has been known to cause bad luck.

    Legends about mirrors have been around for hundreds of years. In particular, some ancient civilizations believed that there was a sort of purifying effect to mirrors. They believed that, by looking one's reflection in the eyes, it would transfer a person's negative energy into the reflection in the mirror. They believed that this had a cleansing effect, but also hidden dangers. That's why breaking a mirror has been known to cause bad luck. Think about it, if this is true, then every time you look into a mirror you are transferring negative energy into it. Can you imagine just how much negative energy is just sitting there inside your bathroom mirror? When you break the mirror, that negative energy is released and causes bad luck for everyone around it.

    For this ritual to work, you will need a mirror that you don't mind breaking. According to the manifesto, both the risk and the eventual reward for this ritual are stronger depending on how old the mirror is. It makes sense if you think about it, an older mirror has been looked into more, and therefore, has more negative energy inside of it.

    In order to begin the ritual, you must look your reflection in the eyes, transferring your negative energy into the mirror one last time. You only need to do this for a few seconds. Then, you need to lean forward and breathe onto the mirror, making it fog up with your breath. My sources refer to this as “anointing the mirror with your breath”. At first, you might find this strange, but do a little digging and I think you'll find that the word “breath” once meant something similar to “spirit”. By breathing on the mirror, you are symbolically linking yourself to the mirror and to the negative energy contained inside. This linking is critical to the success of the ritual.

    Everyone in the group needs to do this step as well, before moving on to the next one. After this is completed, you can light the candle. Use the candle to burn the mirror, this agitates the negative energy inside. You only need to do this for a few seconds, or until there is a noticeable black mark on the mirror. Note that the longer you do this for, the more agitated the negative energy will become.

    After this, the final step is breaking the mirror. Once this step is done, I suggest you start running. You see, it's actually a common misconception that, when a person breaks a mirror, they will be followed by bad luck. This is not true. When a mirror is broken, the bad energy stays in one spot, near the broken mirror, until it eventually dissipates. Or, at least, normally it does.

    If you completed the above steps, then you have tied yourself to the negative energies, through the medium of your breath. This means that the negative energy will pursue you wherever you go. This is why I said earlier that it would be best to complete this ritual with a group. If there is only one person doing this ritual, then all the negative energy will pursue that one person, but if there is a group, then the negative energy will be spread more thinly. This increases your odds of survival.

    Bad luck will follow you throughout the night. At first, it will start out as small incidents, a chipped nail or a flat tire. The incidents will begin to escalate though as increasingly horrific things begin to happen around you. Eventually, these incidents will become life threatening, no matter how many people you did the ritual with. Like I said, don't start this ritual unless you're planning to finish it.

    The only piece of advice I can give you for surviving the night is to remember that the negative energy is linked to you through your breath. Your breath is how the negative energy detects you and so, if you find yourself in a bad situation, try holding your breath. This should make you temporarily invisible to it. Of course, you can only hold your breath for so long...

    Still, this technique might provide you with a few extra seconds to get out of a dangerous situation.

    At this point, you are probably asking yourself why on earth anyone would ever engage in this ritual. Why would anyone ever risk their life like this? Well, most people who try this probably didn't think that it would actually work, but there is a reason beyond that.

    The bad luck will chase you throughout the night, but if you manage to survive until dawn, not only will you find that your run of foul luck has ended, but that a new streak of good luck is about to begin. The first lights of dawn have a special, purifying property. If you survive until the morning, then the negative energy inside the mirror will be purified and will re-enter your body, filling you to the brim with positive energy. After this, everything will seem to go your way. You'll find that people are generally nicer to you and that the opposite sex are extremely attracted to you (or the same sex, if that's your thing). You will succeed at everything you do, whether it be a job interview, an important exam, or a business venture. I would highly suggest buying a lottery ticket.

    It should be noted that the amount, and duration, of your good luck will be equivalent to the amount of negative energy that was in the mirror. If you just bought the mirror at the store then the good-luck will only last a couple of days and will not be all that severe. If you use an old mirror though, then your lucky streak will be far more powerful and it may last for months or even years, if you had an old enough mirror. If you use a mirror that has a more personal connection to you, such as a bathroom mirror or a mirror from your bedroom, then the good fortune you experience will be more suited to your particular tastes and desires.

    One more thing I should probably warn you about is the timing of the ritual. The ritual needs to be started after sunset and with at least six hours until dawn. Two common tricks that people try to use in regards to this ritual are starting during the daytime and starting a few minutes before dawn.

    Starting near dawn is probably the least dangerous of these little cheats. If you start near the dawn then the negative energy will not have enough time to fully manifest before being purified. The energy will then simply dissipate into the air rather than doing anything and you will probably walk away thinking it was all a gigantic hoax.

    Starting during the day is more dangerous. People start during the day thinking that the daylight will instantly nuke the bad energy and keep them safe. This is not true. Notice that I said it was the lights of dawn that have the purifying power, not the light of day. By starting during the day, you actually give the bad luck more time to pursue you and thus decrease your odds of survival significantly.

    You know, a lot of people might call you stupid or crazy for trying to attempt this ritual. I wouldn't, though. I can understand the thinking that goes into it. I can understand wanting to take control of your luck, both good and bad, rather than accepting the seemingly random twists and turns that life seems to throw at us.

    5.The Shoe Box Telephone.

    You'll need:

    • Your phone booth: a closet will do.
    • Your handset: a paper cup.
    • Your telephone box: the titular shoe-box.
    • Your telephone wire: just a regular string (the sewing kind). About 2 to 4 feet should be enough. You'll need a needle too.
    • Scissors.
    • Some strong object to power the telephone box with; it must have a personal connection to whomever you're trying to talk to. This is very important.
    • A single sheet of paper, a pen, and some sort of flat surface to write on.


    The outbound call:

    • Wait for the end of your day, right before bed time. Everything that you were going to do that day is either done or is not, but for now out of the picture, and out of your mind. For now it's just you and the night, just you and your thoughts, alone in your room. Don't turn off the lights but do turn off your cellphone, your TV, your stereo, radio, computer, etc, etc. You want zero distractions, and absolutely no interruptions. You want quiet. Then just wait for the "right time". What's the "right time"? It's... one of those things that are hard to describe but you'll just know it when you see it. You'll just know. It may build up gradually, but when it's finally there it'll hit you; zero doubt. Only at this point may you begin writing your letter. If this threshold of certainty never comes within an hour, just go to sleep and try again the next night. If you've been trying for three or four nights already and the moment just never comes, then it may simply be that you're not ready for this. That's okay. Try a different person, or give yourself a break for a few nights. What you don't want to do is write your letter while in doubt. That'd be a wrong number.

    • When you do begin writing don't erase nor correct any mistakes you make (this includes scrawling words over; don't). Don't start over either -you only have a single sheet of paper and your first draft is your final draft. It's ink. Explain to this person why they should give you a ring. Be honest. My personal advice: let it all out. It's not always easy. Don't overthink it; just write. This is why you had to wait for the right time. It'll all make sense. Again, doubt = wrong number. Never dial a wrong number; it's best to abort the whole thing.

    • When you're done tie one end of the string to the power object, and using a needle, insert the other end through the center of the bottom of your paper cup. Remove the needle, tie a little knot, and now you have a cute little paper telephone like you probably once made while you were a child. Don't prepare this ahead of time before your letter. Write the letter first, then do the paper cup.

    • Read your letter aloud, into the paper cup. Read it sincerely as if the person at the other end could hear you, including all the mistakes you didn't correct. Just read them. This is your outbound call.

    • Place the object and letter in the shoe-box, and place the shoe-box on the floor of your phone booth, your closet. Then close the box but don't seal it -just let the lid rest there gently, with the string still coming out from under and going to your paper cup. Leave the paper cup standing on top of the box. Leave the scissors on the floor next to the box.

    You're done. Now all that's left to do is to wait for the ring.


    The inbound call:

    • The ring will come in a dream, either that night, or some night shortly after. You will dream of the person trying to call you, and you will wake up from that dream, usually in the middle of the night, and you will know it's time to take the call.

    • Don't turn on the light. Don't say a word. Just get up from the bed and go to your phone booth. Is the box still closed, with the paper cup standing on top? Good, get in the closet, sit down, and slide the door closed -a closed booth is particularly important in case the ring comes after sunrise, because you'll need the darkness. If you find the box open, or if you find the paper cup knocked over, abort the mission and snap off the string -don't take that headset anywhere near your ear. Use the scissors if you can't snap the thread with your own hands... it happens.

    • Otherwise just sit on the floor there and press the paper cup to your ear and cover your other ear with your other hand -this will help you listen. It may take a while. You may not speak. Don't move too much. Keep covering one ear with one hand and the other with the headset. Don't touch the box. Some people report an increase in call quality after tugging on the string ever so gently -this is fine but just be careful NOT TO OPEN THE BOX by doing so. Remember they're calling collect, and if it goes through, that shoebox must remain closed for at least a few months. Again, you may not speak -not even if you are asked questions, not even if you're ordered to. You already said your piece at the outbound call; for the inbound one just listen. Avoid noise. When you're done (or if you want to hang up at any time), simply hold the box lid closed with one hand, and pull on the headset with the other hand until the string snaps off (use the scissors in case of emergency). Keep the closed shoebox somewhere safe for a few months (oh, and remember to dispose of that paper cup later, too. Burning is fine; just don't put it to your ear again).

    6. The Midnight Game.

    The "Midnight Game" is an old Pagan ritual, used mainly as punishment for those who have broken the laws of the Pagan religion in question.

    While it was mainly used as a scare tactic to not disobey the gods, there is still a very existent chance of death to those who play the Midnight Game.

    There is an even higher chance of permanent mental scarring. It is highly recommended that you DO NOT PLAY THE MIDNIGHT GAME.

    However, for those few thrill seekers searching for a rush, or for those delving into obscure occult rituals, these are simple instructions on how to play. Do so at your own risk...


    PREREQUISITES:It must be exactly 12:00 AM when you begin performing the ritual. Otherwise, it will not work. MATERIALS: You will need a candle, a piece of paper, a writing implement, matches or a lighter, salt, a wooden door, and at least one drop of your own blood. If you are playing with multiple people, they will need their own of the aforementioned materials and they will have to perform the steps below accordingly.STEP 1:Write your full name (first, middle, and last) on the piece of paper. Put at least one drop of blood on the paper. Allow it to soak into the paper.STEP 2:Turn off all of the lights in the place you are doing this. Go to your wooden door, and place the paper with your name on it in front of the door. Now, take out the candle and light it. Place it on top of the paper.STEP 3:Knock on the door twenty-two times. The hour must be 12:00 AM upon the final knock. Then, open the door, blow out the candle, and close the door. You have just allowed the "Midnight Man" to enter your house.STEP 4:Immediately relight your candle.This is where the game begins. You must now lurk around your now completely dark house, with the lit candle in your hand. Your goal is to avoid the Midnight Man at all costs, until 3:33 AM. Should your candle ever go out, that means the Midnight Man is near you. You must relight your candle in the next ten seconds.If you are not successful in doing this, you must then immediately surround yourself with a circle of salt. If you are unsuccessful in both of your actions, the Midnight Man will create a hallucination of your greatest fear, and rip out your organs one by one. You will feel it, but you will be unable to react.If you are successful in creating the circle of salt, you must remain in there until 3:33 AM.If you are successful in relighting your candle, you may proceed with the game. You must continue to 3:33 AM, without being attacked by the Midnight Man, or being trapped inside the circle of salt, to win the Midnight Game. The Midnight Man will leave your house at 3:33 AM, and you will be safe to proceed with your morning.ADDITION:Indications that you are near the Midnight Man will include sudden drop in temperature, seeing a pure black, humanoid figure through the darkness, and hearing very soft whispering coming from an indiscernible source. If you experience any of these, it is advised that you leave the area to avoid the Midnight Man.

    DO NOT turn any of the lights on during the Midnight Game.

    DO NOT use a flashlight during the Midnight Game.

    DO NOT go to sleep during the Midnight Game.

    DO NOT attempt to use another person's blood on your name.

    DO NOT use a lighter as a substitute for a candle. It will not work.

    AND DEFINITELY DO NOT attempt to provoke the Midnight Man in ANY WAY.

    Even when the game is over, he will always be watching you...

    Good luck, you are going to need it.

    7. The Gamblers Game.

    Take a pack of playing cards, shuffle it, and deal yourself a hand from the top of the deck. Choose whichever card game you wish. (Blackjack is preferred.)

    Now look across the room and say "Let's play." If the Gambler is with you, you will feel a sudden chill on your left arm. The game has begun.

    Draw the Gambler his hand and play as you normally would. For the Gambler's turn, you will lay down cards randomly from his hand.

    You must never look at his hand before it is on the table. This will lead to dire consequences.

    The wager of the game is your life. Should you win, you may take the top card of the deck and slice the pointer finger on your right hand. Should you draw blood, this hand will now have the power to win any gamble, provided it is used in drawing the cards, spinning the wheel, etc.

    Be warned however.

    Should the Gambler win, he will neither be quick nor clean about claiming his prize. And there's a reason you don't see too many people running around with lucky hands.

    8. The Telephone Ritual.

    This one bears some similarities with The Shoebox Telephone, although it uses a regular ol’ cellphone instead of one made out of a shoebox and you don’t get to pick who you call. It’s also a heck of a lot more dangerous. Before you start, you’ll have to make sure you’re alone in the house, as well as comfortable with hanging out in your bathroom and staring into the depths of your toilet for an extended amount of time.

    First, turn off all the lights in your home and lay down a line of salt outside the bathroom door; then grab your phone and a flashlight and lock yourself in the bathroom. Calling your home phone number from your cellphone might result in… well, something picking up the other end. If that happens, hang up immediately. If you see a change in the surface of the toilet bowl water or hear a noise from somewhere inside your house, hang up immediately. Actually, you know what? Just don’t try to make that call in the first place. It’s probably safer for everyone.

    9. The Answer Man

    Too freaked out to try one of these games on your own? The Answer Man requires 10 players, so maybe there’s safety in numbers. Gather everyone together into a circle; then have all players take out their phones and call the person to their left, making sure you all hit “send” at the same time. Most of you will probably get a busy signal… but it’s possible that one person might get through to the Answer Man. You can ask him any question you want — but know that for every question you ask, he’ll have one to ask in return. And if he doesn’t like your answer… you’re going to have a bad time.

    10. One Person Hide N Seek

    The "One-Man Hide and Seek," aka the "One-Man Tag," is a ritual for contacting the dead.

    The spirits, which are wandering restless on the Earth, are always looking for bodies to possess. In this ritual, you will summon such a spirit, by offering it a doll instead of a human body.

    Warning: If you have psychic abilities, you may feel unwell or be prone to accidents during the ritual.

    Things You Need

    • One stuffed doll. It must have limbs.
    • Rice, enough to stuff the doll full.
    • One needle, and one crimson thread.
    • One pair of nail clippers.
    • One sharp-edged tool, such as a knife, glass shard, or scissors.
    • One cup of salt water. Natural salt would be best.
    • A bathroom, with a bathtub and some form of counter.
    • A hiding place, preferably a room purified by incense and ofuda. There must be a TV in there.


  • Take out whatever the doll is stuffed with. Once all of its stuffing is removed, re-stuff it with rice. *1
  • Clip off a few pieces of your nails, and put them inside the doll. Sew up the opening with the crimson thread. When you finish sewing, tie up the doll with the rest of the thread. *2
  • Go to the bathroom and fill your bathtub with water.
  • Return to your hiding place, and put the cup of salt water on the ground.
  • How to do it

  • Give a name to your doll. The name can be any but your own.
  • When the time is 3 AM, say "(your name) is the first it," to the doll three times.
  • Go to the bathroom, and put the doll into the water-filled bathtub.
  • Turn off all of the lights in your house, go back to the hiding place, and switch on the TV.
  • After counting to ten with your eyes closed, return to the bathroom with the edged tool in your hand.
  • Go to the bathtub, and, say to the doll, "I have found you, (the doll's name)." Stab the doll with the edged tool. *3
  • Say, "You are the next it, (the doll's name)," as you take the doll out of the bathtub and leave it on the counter in the bathroom.
  • As soon as you have put the doll down, run back to the hiding place, and hide.
  • How to finish

  • Pour half of the cup of salt water into your mouth. Do not drink it, just keep it there. *4
  • Get out of your hiding place, and start looking for the doll. The doll is not necessarily in the bathroom. Whatever happens, do not spit out the salt water.
  • When you find the doll, pour the rest of the salt water in the cup over it. Then, spit out the salt water in your mouth onto it as well.
  • Say, "I win," three times.
  • This is supposed to end the ritual.

    After this, make sure you dry the doll, burn, and discard it later.

    Please do not stop this ritual halfway. You must do it through to the end.
    This is a dangerous ritual, and I will not be responsible for what happens to you if you try.

    Other Things to Keep in Mind

    • Do not leave your house until you have done the finishing ritual.
    • You must turn off every single light in your house when told to do so.
    • You must keep quiet while hiding.
    • You do not need to put the salt water in your mouth during the beginning. You only need to do it during the finishing ritual.
    • Remember, if you are living with someone, you might put them in danger too.
    • Keep the ritual/"game" under two hours, or else the spirit will be too strong to remove.
    • For safety reasons, it might be best to keep all the doors in the house unlocked, including your front door. As well, have friends close by, so that they can come and help you at a moment's notice, if you ever need them. Keeping a mobile close at hand would be a good idea too.


  • - The rice represents innards, and also has the role of attracting spirits.
  • - The crimson thread represents a blood vessel. It seals the spirit(s) up inside the doll.
  • - By cutting the thread off, you break the seal and release the spirit(s) you have trapped.
  • - If you go out of the hiding place without salt water, you may encounter "something wandering around" in your house, which may harm you in some way. The way to feel the presence of "something wandering around" is to watch "what happens to the TV."
  • Good Luck if you are crazy enough to give any of these scary things a try. Remember be safe and heath all the warnings for each one.



    Would you try any of these Demon summonings???


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