November 6, 2016
Ice Bucket Challenge Is Guise Of Satan To Cleanse Americans, Preacher Claims

Yes, the headline is shocking, but according to some people the Ice Bucket Challenge is nothing more than some kind of satanic ritual, which is a ruse of Lucifer himself to cleanse American's of God.

According to a report by Selena Owens, who writes for WorldNetDaily, there is much more the Ice Bucket Challenge than meets the eye, as she explains:

"I began to think about the IBC. Whose idea was this? Why would people so easily agree to being drenched in icy water? Who participated and who didn't? Why do people feel obligated to take the challenge if offered to them? What's the purpose of calling out three other people to take the challenge?"
Okay, interesting points but what does that have to do with satanic rituals?

Owens continues her suspicions were aroused when she looked into the death of Corey Griffin, the Ice Bucket Challenge's co-founded, who died jumping off of a wharf in Nantucket and drowning, just after a successful fundraiser where he had raised $100,000 for ALS research.

As Owens asks: "It confounds me as to why Griffin would take such a risk with his life, especially in the dead of night? Very odd. Very bizarre. Very dark."

Interesting, but what does this all have to do with satanic rituals?.

The report points to a video, posted by preacher Anita Fuentes, who explains a number of cult messages which are, according to her, intrinsically hidden within the Ice Bucket Challenge. She claims that the ritual is cleansing America, in the name of Anti-Christ Lucifer Satan from God.

Fuentes also spoke about the ritual of pouring water over ones head, and how that act directly correlates with water baptism and therefore synchronizes the Ice Bucket Challenge with the Christian practices of cleansing and purification through water.

Preacher Fuentes concludes: "The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is ritualistic in nature. People are chosen to undergo a form of water baptism with cultic god Oprah leading the charge 'in the name of ALS.'"

Hmmm.... not sure we agree with Selena Owens or Anita Fuentes' take on the Ice Bucket Challenge being a practice of Satan, but would love to read your thoughts on the matter. Feel free to share them in the comments feed below.