Did you know the origins of the Elf came from the pagan, evil and wicked Krampus?

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The Original Dark Side of Christmas, and the Legend of Krampus

The legend of Krampus goes many centuries back to its pagan roots but today Krampus is seen as a cute little elf that helps santa make toys.
Once again when you humble yourself to the truth and YaHuWaH opens your eyes, it causes you to re-think EVERYTHING
you were taught growing up in the harlot church. Once again we hit the research books to see what folklore and mythology history, have to say about this mythical creature. 


Elf definition: one of a class of preternatural beings, especially from mountainous regions, with magical powers,
given to capricious and often mischievous interference in human affairs, a diminutive being in human form; sprite; fairy small magical being who plays tricks on people. 

You Better Not Cry

He sees you when you’re sleeping, he knows when you’re awake, he knows if you’ve been bad or good so be good for goodness sake! No we don’t mean SANTA, we mean his alter ego Krampus; a popular Christmas tradition in European countries such as southern Germany, Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic. With origins beginning in Norse mythology, Krampus was once believed to be the son of Hel, ruler of the Norse underworld.

Old Photo with Krampus on a Christmas Card

Old Photo with Krampus on a Christmas Card

The History of Krampus


In the 17th century Krampus was tied into CHRISTIAN celebrations, and paired with St. Nicholas. In fact, Krampus' roots have nothing to do with Christmas. Instead, they date back to pre-Germanic paganism in the region. His name originates with the German krampen, which means "claw," and tradition has it that he is the son of the Norse god of the underworld, Hell. Krampus would join St. Nicholas on his treks the night before St. Nicholas’ feast. While St. Nicholas would reward the good with gifts and treats, Krampus would punish the bad. In some cases he would leave coal, but darker tales tell of ill-behaved children being stuffed into his sack to be carried away to hell.

Old CHRISTMAS card of Saint Nikolaus and his helper Krampus


His appearance is befitting of a demon. Dark matted fur with cloven hooves and large horns. His tongue is long and pointed and his teeth are sharp fangs. He is described as carrying chains or ruten, bundles of birch branches, to hit bad children with. Other times he is depicted with his sack, or even a washtub, which he uses to carry naughty children to the underworld where he will later torture and possibly even eat them. During the 12th century, Krampus celebrations were banned because of his resemblance to the devil. More eradication attempts followed in 1934 at the hands of the conservative Christian Social Party, but none of it held, and due to compromise, Krampus emerged as a much-feared and beloved holiday force.

Evil Krampus changes over time to be more exceptionable to the masses so the deception can continues

Krampus Now

Despite his pre-Christian origins, the legend of Krampus is still very much alive today. The night (December 5th) preceding St. Nicholas’ feast is nowadays known as Krampushnacht or Krampus Night. On this day the young men of the Alpine area dress up and wander through the streets with bells clanging to signify their approach, ready to chase children (and sometimes curious tourists) with their chains and whips.


Pagan Krampus Walk


The masses have NO idea what they are inviting into their homes during the holidays by putting up the Elf in the shelf. Demon spirits and dark forces attach themselves to pagan objects, this why in the scriptures YaHuWaH is so against idols and images, especially when it comes to bringing those objects into a set apart home. Crosses, Christmas tree's, false images, ALL other pagan objects should NOT be in a home that is living a set apart life unto the King!  We read in scripture MANY, MANY times where YaHuWaH gathered his Israelite army to specifically slaughter pagan/heathen worshiping  nations! YaHuWaH told his army that upon annihilating these many nations, do NOT inquire about these various pagan false ALaHiYM's, do NOT take ANY prisoners, do NOT ask about there ways of worship, do NOT take there tainted gold/silver riches or idols and to NOT take on the customs of these pagan nations. YaHuWaH also instructed Israel to destroy ALL the pagan nations groves of tree's because they were worshiping them. (Deuteronomy 12:4, 12:31, and YiRaMaYaHuW 10:2 "Jeremiah")


Elf's are often are mischievous, this is the true meaning of the Elf and has NOTHING to do with YaHuWShuWA!


Its so interesting that the season of CHRISTMAS is suppose to be Holy and set apart, yet almost ALL religions take part in this pagan holiday. There is nothing sacred at all about this evil pagan holiday, its rooting in sexual perversion, lies, human sacrifices and honor to the Devil!



National Geographic

Explaining the Horrific Christmas Devil


Krampus Documentary Trailer


The Krampus Parade

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Unlearn and Re-think EVERYTHING you were taught!


NOW that you know the truth, when it comes to taking part in these holiday traditions, ask yourself these questions: 1) "Who is getting the glory if you celebrate this holiday? and 2) If the creator was right next to you, would he be pleased if you took part in this?

(Colossians 3:17,23 and 1 Corinthians 10:31)   


Once the truth is given to a person, and if that person TRULY loves the Creator, YHWH is expecting they make an immediate change, NOT take their sweet time getting there when they feel like it!


Acts 17:30

30 And the times of this ignorance YHWH winked at; but now commandeth all men every where to repent 


If you DON'T believe us regrading these facts, GOOD! Go do your own research, ASK YOUR PASTOR and find out for yourself, but NOW you cant say "you didn't know!" 


2 KaFa 2:21 "Peter"

21 For it had been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than, after they have known it, to turn from the holy commandment delivered unto them.