How Much Is Your Soul Worth?

Now, this looks like a quiz that I would have made. You know, me being evil and all. There are many ways to measure a person’s worth but for the life of me, I have yet to figure out the worth of a soul. I know it’s worth a lot to the devil since he offers a lot in exchange for it. Well, now you can find out how much the devil values those souls with a new site call How Much Is Your Soul Worth?

By answering 15 simply questions that range from “Do you help old ladies across the street, or kick them when they fall over?” to “If you had a choice between having lot of money and no love in your life, or lots of love and no money, which would you choose?” How Much Is Your Soul Worth will be able to tell you how much the devil is willing to pay for it.

$666,666 Soul Dollars

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How Much Is My Soul Worth?

After answering all 15 questions, How Much Is Your Soul Worth told me that my soul was worth $666,666 soul dollars. 😈

I’m not exactly sure how many US dollars it takes to make a soul dollar. At any rate, I’m not happy with the worth of my soul. I’m sure it’s worth more than that. I think the devil is trying to low ball me.

I think what’s more interesting than finding out how much your soul is worth is answering the questions. The choices of answers are very interesting to say the least. I would love to find out how my readership would answer those questions. Maybe I’ll make each questions as a future blog post and ask readers to answer it. I’m sure it’ll create a lot of discussion. In the mean time, how much is your soul worth? Let me know in the comments.

28 thoughts on “How Much Is Your Soul Worth?”

  1. With all your evil schemes, we shouldn’t be surprised to see your soul value contained with all 6s! 👿

  2. Is this by the same guy that made the quizzes how much money you’ll make in the next 10 years, and that other one?

  3. Dustin says:

    The coincidence I see is that the number “666” is supposedly (or so I’ve heard) the number of the devil. So I’m wondering if the worth of $666,666 will be the answer for EVERYONE, no matter how much they put.

    In either case, nice writeup.

    1. Johan says:

      Actually, 666 is not the number of the devil. The literal translation from the Book of Revelation is NRW QSR, which is Greek for Nero Caesar. When this book was written, it was written in the style of apocalyptic language so that it can be sent safely to Christians being persecuted by the Romans under Nero’s command without the Romans understanding what the text meant. The name can be translated numerically to 666, which is symbolic for perfect imperfection (3=perfection, 6=imperfection), or in other words, ultimate evil.

      1. dcr says:

        Third century manuscripts had it as 616. Some believe that was code for the Roman Emperor Caligula, who ruled before Nero.

  4. Webkinz says:


    Ehhhhh, thought it owuld be worth more.

  5. androo says:

    it all depends upon the price…. 😈 😈 😈

  6. Christi says:

    My soul is only worth $93,110.00 soul dollars. Guess the devil doesn’t think I’m worth much??

  7. Jeff says:

    The question is which is better. A bigger number or smaller. I mean with a picture of the devil on the page, does he WANT you to be evil?

    My soul was worth a paltry $171,000 and change.

    John – will you be adding $666,666 to the blog income statement this month?

    1. lower number means you’re a nicer person. 666666 is probably as high as it goes lol

  8. TheMoneyac says:

    Guess I am no worth to devil it was 205.000 or something.

    But I love the 11th question – ”What is the best way to avoid War”

    And I love the answer – War ! Huh ! What it’s good for ? Absolutely nothing !…. good old Rock.

  9. $148,595 Soul Dollars

    Not bad, could do with a few extra bucks 😈

  10. wisdom says:

    seems like you sold your soul to for a few extra dollars 😈

  11. What really bugs me about my soul is that it increased in value after I sold it and is now being traded at more than twice the price. So I really think I should have held onto it for a little longer and not been so eager to cash in. Then again, I’m told that the guy who bought my soul from me has been trading souls professionally since, like, the dawn of time. So what can I say. Us amateurs always get our butts kicked by the people who are experienced and know the market well. 🙁

  12. dcr says:

    $119,600. So, I guess my soul isn’t even worth trading in. I mean, what can I get for under $120,000? Sure, I can pay off some bills, but then what? Buy a Prius? Ugh. Guess I need to drive more traffic to my blog and hope I can one day make even half of what John Chow makes.

    Maybe I need a big neon sign:
    Imagine that in neon. And flashing. With one of those arrow things, you know where the arrow wraps around and points? Eat here! Eat at Joe’s! You know, that kind of thing, except for comments. Heck, forget the comments, just buy something. My soul’s worth next to nothing. I need some help. 😉

  13. Noobpreneur says:


    Wow, you are eeee-vill 😈

    Anyway, I wouldn’t want to worth my soul – it’s worth more than all the money in the world 😛

  14. My soul is worth $313,550. I’m going on the short bus to hell, but John will be the one driving it.

  15. fas says:

    Well John your soul is evil so 666666 dollars says it.

  16. paulyboy says:

    The price for every man’s soul is the same universally. It was paid for by the precious shed blood of Jesus Christ on the cross at Calvary. John 3:16 tells us “God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” The price for every man’s soul can only be paid for by a perfect sacrifice of blood, which was the work that was done on the cross when Christ was crucified. God sees you not as a paltry $666,666.00 but as a priceless jewel. Don’t sell yourself short John. Remember Jesus gave His life in exchange for your soul. To understand this love look at your baby and think about the price you would pay for that precious little one. Matthew 16:26 asks “For what is a man profited if he shall gain the whole world and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul? As to the meaning of 666 it is the number of man in the fullness of a beast nature. God created man on the 6th day, thus making 6 the number of man. 3 is the number of fullness as in Father, Son and Holy Spirit, or spirit, soul and body the 3 parts of man. When man comes into the fullness of man without God in his thoughts he becomes a beast, hence 666. Nero could have been a type as he certainly was evil enough, Hitler, Stalin, and others given to a beast nature portray this as well. Don’t sell yourself short. Be sure that God has already paid a great price for your soul.

    1. Wonderfully said paulyboy! 🙂

  17. This whole game is like playing with the devil and anything that concerns the devil is a sure fire disaster. Jesus paid your soul with a price, His precious blood. Don’t sell it to the devil. I’m not trying to preach here but it’s serious, man! ❗


  18. Juan Burton says:

    Very evil, 😈 I have 999 ways to prosperity ~ 😕

  19. shreedhara says:

    Nice one,
    I’m scared to test mine, If it had been an angel testing that then fine, there is a devil image asking it.

  20. bantingboy says:

    how much? Priceless..
    hehe.. 😈

  21. Vanessa says:

    Got a broadcast: satan doesn’t pay for anything he already owns. he has never had to shell out a dime for a soul. Why would he, when there are so many volunteers?

    But Jesus, He paid dearly to redeem you from an eternal hell.There are not enough good deeds in the world to pay your way out of hell and into heaven. The love of God is priceless—His Name is Jesus Christ.

    Ephesians 2:5-9 Even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved;) 6 And hath raised us up together, and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus: 7 That in the ages to come he might shew the exceeding riches of his grace in his kindness toward us through Christ Jesus. 8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: 9 Not of works, lest any man should boast.

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