Challenge: Prove The Ice Bucket Challenge Is A Satanic Ritual
Unless you live at a remote camp up in the mountains, or sequestered away in a monastery, you have heard of the Ice Bucket Challenge, in which people are challenged to shoot videos of themselves having buckets of icy water poured over their heads, and to donate to support research for treatments for ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
In recent days, you may have also heard rumors that the Ice Bucket Challenge is a satanic ritual, a baptism in evil.
A writer at the World Truth TV web site claims, “a good friend mentioned that an ex-satanist friend said that this is the very same ritual he did when he was a satanist and was like a covenant contract with the devil.”
This is the classic form of fake evidence for urban legends: Un-named person A told me that un-named person B said…
In none of the materials I have ever read about the practice of Satanism have I ever come across any mention of buckets of icy water being dumped over anyone’s head. The cultural origin of this practice seems to actually come from the National Football League, which televised a series of incidents in which football players dumped huge buckets of icy water over the heads of their coaches, as they stood watching the game from the sidelines.
However, if there really is a Satanic practice of baptism people into worship of demons by dumping ice water over their heads, it shouldn’t take too much effort to find out.
Here’s OUR challenge: If you are a Satanist who has personally participated in any Satanic ritual involving icy water, get in contact and give us concrete evidence that this ritual took place. If you KNOW a Satanist who has participated in such a ritual, give us a name and an email or telephone number, so that we can get in touch with your Satanist friend and check the story.