Many religions do purified washing’s. One could even consider the fact they are mocking baptism. Most churches do not do full immersion baptism but sprinkling or pouring of water on the head.
Water is commonly included in the ritual and ceremony of most religions—typically having a purifying function. Religions such as Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Shintoism and Judaism, just to name a few, include ritual cleansing as part of their religious ceremonies. In Christianity, for example, people are immersed in water as part of the sacrament of baptism. In the Muslim faith, individuals proceed to their prayers only after they have ritually washed themselves.
Be careful of New World Order “charity” money clean-outs too! The ALS charities are no different from others that pay their administrators and executives big bucks. Is the ice bucket challenge a sign of the Age of Aquarius, the Water Bearer?
What is even weirder is that one of the founders of the Ice Bucket Challenged died of a drowning at the age of 27 [think Club 27]. Isn’t it kind of odd of all the ways to die, he DROWNED? Ice Bucket Challenge Co-Founder and philanthropist Corey Griffin at the age of 27 years was killed while diving off a 2nd story building in Nantucket, Massachusetts. His death is very suspicious and reminds many of us in the Conspiracy World of an Illuminati “blood sacrifice” – his for charity ALS Ice Bucket Challenge was in the apex of viral social media contributions and Facebook activity at the time of his demise with the NWO.
Some anti-abortion advocates are raising the alarm on whether the recipients of a charitable windfall are using the money to fund embryonic stem cell research. the research had destroyed the embryos, which many consider a nascent form of human life. Destroying the embryos, they say, is akin to abortion.
Then the push to kids and parent to make it seem cute: However he does give a warning it may stop your heart. But no matter its worth it.
This “ice bucket” idiocy looks an awful lot like a mocking imitation of Baptism by affusion. Based on its nearly supernaturally rapid “viral” popularity, and its widespread promotion by the most public faces. Is it so unreasonable to assume that there has been a similar secret ritual “consecrating” this ritual – and those who practice it – to the Devil? Add to the mix the fact that, behind this ritual is a fundraising effort for veiled infant murder, and I think the demonic nature of the “challenge” becomes all but impossible to deny.