• Nintendo Reveals Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire After Pagan Ceremony Summoning of The Games

    May 7, 2014 9:07 pm 21 comments
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  • Dear Comrades,

    It has taken along time for this to happen, but just like the devil waits in the shadows, The Pokemon company has waited up until now to spring on this “new” pair of games called Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire upon our children. We have had enough of the Dark messages in the last pokemon games, such as prostitution and soliciting outside of shady shacks in the bayou. But, the truly frightening fact is how the games came to be.

    The ritual of the game designing summoning began at Nintendo of Japan Headquarters. They used their Pagan magic mixed with the games they wanted to create. Using the pentagram as a guiding tool and summon spot in the room of one designer the games and other Pokemon merchandise were placed carefully into a pagan circle! The game designer then texted this to his co-workers!

    And now, today. The unveiling of the Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire games is a little convenient and timed perfectly. The symbols used to summon the remakes were pagan symbols for Omega and Alpha. And the Japanese wanted to show their Pagan gods respect and thus named the remakes after them. The symbols as seen below are the pagan symbols used in the pagan ceremony:

    I’ve been researching these Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire games and they are simply remade versions of the previous Ruby and Sapphire games. I find it hard to believe that the games can be “new” with a dramatic story line. It would be the same games as before but with better graphics and probably a bonus Pokemon for a beginner trainer.

    The Pokemon go-to website, Hyrulecentral.net and Serebii.net have both confirmed this game to be a legit game for children age 7 and up! I would never let any child play these games for the simple fact they are Pagan, have dark messages, and are simply too violent for kids. And to be punctual they say they are releasing the games in November of 2014!

    So with that being said, please keep your children safe and God Bless.

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