Can a seemingly innocent game like Pokemon Go be used to spawn demonic powers and eventually kill? Rick Wiles, host of TruNews says so.
Rick Wiles is an Internet radio pioneer and his program is the cutting-edge, Internet-based newscast with global scope since 1999. He focuses on Christians and the churches delivering an alternative to mainstream news.
Beware! This is Wiles’ warning to Pokemon Go users because they might become Satan’s channel to accomplish his demonic goals. PokeStops and Gyms were intentionally stationed in churches and other places of worship.
This will distract church-goers from concentrating on their worship services. It will also lead people to enter churches with questionable motives.
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According to Right Wing Watch, Wiles warned, “What if this technology is transferred to Islamic jihadists and Islamic jihadists have an app that shows them where Christians are located geographically?” Pokemon masters might tell people to kill people inside buildings to catch more Pokemon.
The Pastor-host also said that Satan is targeting churches through the augmented reality game. He added that the app is a magnet for demonic forces.
They are generating demons in churches and targeting them with demonic activities. He also insisted that this technology will be used by the enemies particularly the ISIS to target, locate and kill Christians.
Aside from Wiles, there is another group talking about the negative effects of the game. According to Inverse, there was a religious body in Egypt that says the game is prohibited by Islam. According to them, it influences the mind and harms players without their knowledge. This was revealed by Egyptian Sunni Islamic scholar, Abbas Shouman.
Is Pokemon Go a thing to be avoided? Are Rick Wiles information and warnings to be taken seriously? The craze has been getting intense and more players are hooked to the game. One thing that is obviously negative about it is the vulnerability of the player to accidents and crimes.