Is juju real or are they just bunch of priceless artefacts?
As generally known and practised in Africa and other parts of the world, juju is an object — not to be taken as a mere artwork — that has been created or infused with “magical powers” to make people’s wish come true 🙂
This is something you must have seen on African Magic TV being emulated and treated with cultural value.
Popularly accepted in Western Africa, the practice of juju is either evil (bad) or good.
Remember the Chucky series?
Yeah, that’s one way to think of the evil side of it.
So wherever you’re, it’s time to become rich amid Covid-19 crisis by proving to the Center for Inquiry Investigations Group (CFIIG), the world’s largest paranormal investigation group located in Los Angeles that juju is actually real.
The investigation group is ready to offer $250,000 if you can prove “under scientific testing conditions, significant evidence of any paranormal, supernatural, or occult power” that a chiseled wood or rock, a monkey’s skull and bones or whatsoever image made of whatsoever can control the real world.
$5,000 also goes to your referrer.
Prepare by designing the test protocol. Define the conditions under which your test will take place with accuracy.
CIIFG may ask you to conduct “an informal demonstration of the claimed ability or phenomenon” under a given time frame after which your power will be verified.
This challenge is virtual but if you’re unable to perform online, you can fund your trip to the US for a physical experiment.
Good luck 🙂
By Elijah Christopher