THE EVIL ORIGINS OF CHRISTMAS ANOTHER SATANIC HOLIDAY

THE DARKER SIDE OF SANTA CLAUSE THE EVIL ORIGINS OF CHRISTMAS

The Darker Side of Santa Claus

RESEARCHING THE ROOTS OF SANTA CLAUS
REVEALS A DARK SINISTER ASPECT TO THIS HOLIDAY

“Pope Gregory…advised Saint Augustine
to allow his converts certain festivals…
as formerly they had done this in honor
of the devil
…Saint Augustine…permitted
their usual December celebration under the
new name…From these early pagan…ceremonies
are derived many of the English holiday customs
that have survived to our day.”
– The Evolution of Christmas; Published in 1909

OLD SAINT NICK –

OLD SANT NICK SAYS HO HO HO SATAN AND SANTA

Nick or Old Nick is a well-known appellation of the Devil.
The name appears to have been derived from the Dutch Nikken,
the devil, which again comes from the Anglo-Saxon nac-an,
to slay–for as Wachter says the devil was “a murderer from the beginning.”
–  Spence, Lewis.-   An Encyclopedia of Occultism
 New York, Carol Publishing Group Edition, 1996 [ISBN 0-8065-1401-9]

Old Nick  – NOUN,  the devil or satan
– The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language:
Fourth Edition.  2000  

KRAMPUS AND SANTA –

SANTA AND KRAMPUS THE EVIL ORIGINS OF CHRISTMAS


An Old Austrian Christmas Card featuring Krampus
and Old St. Nick – Ca. 1920s: Large Austrian Die Cut
with Krampus and Santa (notice the horns on Krampus)

When Santa Claus / Saint Nicholas first began –
he had a companion that traveled with him everywhere.
Investigation into this partnership – reveals the
true origins of Santa Claus – and sheds light as to
the origins of Christmas.

KRAMPUS REVEALS THE EVIL ORIGINS OF CHRISTMAS
Santa’s little helper,
known in Europe as “Krampus”
or  “Knecht Ruprecht”

“Considering Santa you cannot miss his “alter ego”,
who has followed him like a dark shadow since ancient
times. There is a devil, called Percht,  Bartl,
Krampus, Knecht Ruprecht, or Rotsohler,
accompanying Santa Claus 
in the European Alps.
He shows the pre-Christian origin of this custom
as a daemon (demon) trabant
, who wears a costume
with horseshoe, basket, and chains, acting as a traditional
symbol for the coming of winter. We should mention here
also another figure: Ruebezahl, a German mythical, giant-
like person, who is a mixture of Krampus and Santa.”
– Santa’s Origin ;  by Sepp Rothwangl
a German mythical, giant-like person,
who is a mixture of Krampus and Santa.”

KRAMPUS 4 FOUR

The German poet Theodor Storm created for Santa’s
Little Helper – Knecht Ruprecht  – a literary monument
that completely ignores the dark side of this “Krampus“:

“Enter Krampus or Grampus, who is a hairy devil
with a long tongue, a tail, and is often in chains
and carrying a switch. 
Krampus accompanies Santa Claus
or Saint Nicholas
 and as Santa disperses justice on
good children by rewarding them with gifts, so does
Krampus reward the bad people by beating them
with his switch of sharp sticks.”
  ephemera ; by Pamela Apkarian-Russell
 KRAMPUS –  SANTA’S  HELPER

“You know Santa: cheeks like a rose, nose like a cherry.
Now meet the Krampus, a boozy goat-horned menace
that whips children around Europe.”
– Santa’s Not-So-Little Helper; by Clay Risen
4-December-2002  The Morning News

“Santa… he’s got a list, he’s checking it twice,
and if you fall under the ‘naughty’ category
it’s switches and coals for you. But what child in America
is at all afraid of receiving a lump of coal under the
tree? What child even knows what a ‘switch’ is?
Alpine Europe, on the other hand, doesn’t have this
problem. This is because years ago St. Nick’s job was
split – while the jolly old elf delivered the goods,
an evil, goat-horned spirit called the Krampus brought
switches and bad dreams to the boys and girls of Austria,
southern Germany, Switzerland, and far northern Italy.”
– Santa’s Not-So-Little Helper; by Clay Risen
4-December-2002  The Morning News

St.  Nicholas and his Companion – Krampus
from an Italian Christmas Postcard – Dated 1899
Artist signed E. Doecker

“According to Mannfred Kapper of the Austrian
Cultural Forum, the Krampus was initially a side
note to the St. Nicholas story
a goat-faced eminence
noir who accompanied St. Nick on his December gift-giving
tours.
 ‘Nicholas and Krampus would come to the houses
together,’ Kapper said. ‘Nicholas gave the children presents
and Krampus beat them.’ But in the last 200 years, Krampus
has slowly developed an identity of his own. ‘Today Krampus
is more popular in the countryside, but if you come to the city
it is more St. Nicholas,’ he said.”
– Santa’s Not-So-Little Helper; by Clay Risen
4-December-2002  The Morning News

SANTA AND HIS EVIL HELPER CALLED KRAMPUS WITH HORNS LIKE A DEVIL
KRAMPUS – AND SAINT NICHOLAS
from a “Christmas” postcard

 

WHAT ABOUT SAINT NICHOLAS ?

“Most religious historians and experts in folklore
believe that there is no valid evidence to indicate
that St. Nicholas ever existed
 as a human.
They can find no evidence of him,
like they do with other members of the clergy
of the time. In fact, there are quite a few indicators
that his life story was simply recycled from those
of Pagan gods
.  So you see, the church leaders
at that time are responsible for a great fraud
upon society, which has never been corrected to this day,
of both Christ’s birthday and celebration
and that of Santa Claus.”
– Falsehoods of Religion Foisted on a Gullible Society
By Eileen T. Waldron
Saturday, November 29, 2003

SANTA  IS –  THE  PAGAN  GOD  THOR

SANTA CLAUS AND THE PAGAN GOD THOR WITH FIREPLACE BEING SACRED TO BOTH

“Thor was the god of the peasants
and the common people. He was represented
as an eld­erly man, jovial and friendly,
of heavy build, with a long white beard.
His element was the fire, his color red.
The rumble and roar of thunder were said
to be caused by the rolling of his chariot,
for he alone among the gods
never rode on horse­back
but drove in a chariot
drawn by 
two white goats
called Cracker and Gnasher.
He was said to live in the ‘North­land’
where he had his palace among icebergs.
The fireplace in every home
was especially sa­cred to him,
and he was said to come down through the chimney
into his element, the fire.”
– -Francis X. Weiser,
Handbook of Christian Feasts and Customs
(New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc., 1958)

This is just a small glimpse into the evil side of  Santa Claus
and the true origins of Christmas.  Satan candy coats his pagan
holidays – to trick Christians into celebrating them.

Think of the joy Satan feels –
as he has blinded the minds of mankind.

“Subtly…the old gods had entered their churches…
And they live still in the festivals of Christianity.”
-(Testament: The Bible and History, Romer,
1988, pp. 230-31).

Is any of this something
that Christ would want to be part of ?

Does Christmas bring Honor to Christ ?
Does Christmas give Honor to Jehovah God ?
NO

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