Is the Occult Behind Pokémon? What Parents Should Know!

What kind of worldview does Pokémon promote to it’s cult-like following? Are these “Pocket Monsters” demonic? Here’s what we think.

from contributing writer Kayla Rinker

Pokémon’s popularity

Does the story line and premise of Pokémon (called Pocket Monsters in Japan) run parallel to the activities inside the occult?

And most concerning: Can Satan use Pokémon to get into the heads and hearts of its enormous fanbase?

I’ll be honest, several years ago when my then 8 and 9-year-old boys discovered that cute yellow Pikachu creature, I didn’t pay much attention. I had two other babies to take care of and it all seemed innocent enough to me. They liked to compare card collections with their neighbors (we found plenty of cards at yard sales—seems Pokémon is a phase for a lot of kids), and none of them actually knew how to play the game.

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Sweet Victory: One Mom Battles Sarahah App and Wins!

Petition tips for parents who want to stop online harassment

A mom starts a petition to kill the Sarahah app, due to her daughter receiving messages urging her to take her life. The outcome? Mom wins!

“Dirty.”
“Ugly.”
“B#tch.”

These vile and crass words would make any sweet, vulnerable 13-year-old girl curl up into a ball and question her appearance, her friendships and even her own worth.

But Katrina Collins said the message that hit the hardest was this one:
“I hope SHE KILLS HERSELF. Seriously nobody will care.”

“I felt shocked and saddened for my daughter who had read these words over and over again not knowing which one of her ‘friends’ had sent these messages,” said Collins, a wife and mother of three from Queensland, Australia. “The sender knew my daughter would see this message about her. How could anyone be so cruel, so cold, so callous?”

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Everything You Need to Know About the App Musical.ly

The benefits and dangers of one of the most popular apps for kids

Before you let your kid download and use the Musical.ly app, be aware that this is not just a site where people share fun videos. Follow these steps to ensure a safe experience while online.

musical.ly

You may have heard a great deal of hype about an app called Musical.ly. Wildly popular with kids and teens, the app allows them to create videos of themselves lip-synching to popular songs and share these wild videos with their friends. Users on the app are referred to as “Musers” and can follow not only their friends, but celebrities and other peers who like and appreciate the same music. Sounds innocent enough, right?

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How to Protect Your Teens While Using Snapchat’s New GPS Technology

New feature in Snap Map exposes teens to Predators, Stalkers, and Criminals.

Are your kids on Snapchat? If so, the newly launched Map Explore feature allows people to track your child down in a matter of seconds. Follow these tips to block predators, stalkers and criminals from knowing your child’s location!

Snapchat, the powerful social media app used by 187 million people launched Map Explore on March 22, 2018 to enhance its current Snap Map features. In addition to its GPS tracking system, Map Explore now alerts users when friends want to get together, as well as what they are up to based on their location. Not only can social media abusers easily get onto Snapchat and find other users, now Map Explore ALERTS them to updates of all “friends” who are accessible through Snap Map!

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Sex scenes abound in CHOICES game found on Pinterest!

Raunchy game recommended to girls as young as 9

Choices: Stories You Play is an interactive game recommended to girls as young as 9 and even attainable through Pinterest! It’s loaded with “choices” girls can make that are causing them to experiment with a wide variety of sexual partners!

Picture this: you have a daughter starting her freshman year of college. She is smart, confident, grounded, and has the world at her feet. You want nothing but the best for her, and of course this includes her experience with higher education. Your daughter arrives for her first day on campus. Almost right away, she quite literally bumps into a young man, who explains that he doesn’t mind being “tackled” by a pretty girl.

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