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WARNING: Because the nature of this creature is evil, the pictures are for mature audiences.
People need to know where these CRAZY traditions began!


Krampus? He is the dark companion of Saint Nicolas. Saint Nicolas was the traditional European winter gift-bringer who rewarded the good children each year on December 6. But what about the bad children? Oh, Saint Nicolas didn’t leave them out! He left the task of punishing the bad children to his heel-bound counterpart.


Known in many countries by other names such as Knecht Ruprecht, Certa, Perchten, Black Peter, Schmutzli, Petznickel, Klaubauf, and Krampus.
But, get this! He looked like a classic devil with horns, cloven hooves and a monstrous tongue, a hairy beast, or he could also be described as a sinister gentleman dressed in black.
Krampus was known to punish the children by swatting them with switches and rusty old chains before dragging them in baskets to hell!


KRAMPUSNACHT (Night of Krampus)
Krampus is celebrated on Krampusnacht, which takes place on the eve of St. Nicholas’ Day. In Austria, Northern Italy and other parts of Europe, party-goers masquerade as devils, wild-men, and witches to participate in Krampuslauf (Krampus Run). Intoxicated and bearing torches, costumed devils caper and carouse through the streets terrifying child and adult alike. Krampusnacht is increasingly being celebrated in other parts of Europe such as Finland and France, as well as in many American cities.

Satan Claus

The European practice of mummery during the winter solstice season can be traced back tens of thousands of years. Villagers across the continent dress up as animals, wild-men and mythic figures to parade and perform humorous plays. This ancient guising and masking tradition continues to this day as the primary source for our modern Halloween with its costumes, trick-or-treat, and pagan symbolism. Among the most common figures in these folk rituals were Old Man Winter and the horned Goat-Man — archetypes now found in the forms of Saint Nick/Santa Claus, and the Devil (‘Old Nick’), aka Krampus.


In Austria and other parts of Europe, countless season’s greeting cards featured Krampus, often emblazoned with the phrase “Grüß Vom Krampus” (Greetings from Krampus). While the lurid images are suffused with a modern sense of the comic and the surreal, they still resonant with mythic power and primordial horror. Naughty children encounter KrampusAnd with Krampus representing the naughty side of the season, the sexy subtext is hard to ignore in these often very cheeky cards. A century later, the brilliance of these magnificent works of pop art is now gaining global recognition.

Krampus Through the Ages

2000 BCE Enkidu appears in the Epic of Gilgamesh, the earliest known appearance of a ‘Wild Man’ in literature.
600 BCE In the book of Daniel in the Old Testament, King Nebuchadnezzar is punished by God for his pride when he is turned into a hairy beast.
217 BCE Saturnalia is introduced as a winter celebration in Rome, marked by gift giving, wild parties, and a reversal of the normal social roles of slave and master.
4th Century CE Due to Roman influence, many Germanic tribes, such as the Goths and Vandals, convert to Christianity; their pagan traditions survive in small villages in the Alps where the Church cannot penetrate.
1250 CE King’s Mirror, a Norwegian text, features a Wild Man character who is described as being covered in hair.
17th Century CE ‘Knecht Rupert’ appears as a figure in a Nuremberg Christmas procession.
1810 CE The Brothers Grimm began publishing stories of Germanic folktales, marking a resurgence in Germanic pagan folklore.
Early 19th Century CE Holiday postcards from Austria, Germany, and other parts of Europe feature holiday greetings Krampus and other companions of St. Nicholas.
Early 19th Century CE Germanic and Dutch immigrants to the US popularize ‘Pelznickel’ traditions in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and as far west as Indiana.
2004 CE Blab! Magazine curator Monte Beauchamp publishes Devil In Design, a collection of vintage Krampus postcards from the turn of the 19th century. This book marks an increase in Krampus’ popularity in the English speaking world.
2004 CE An Adult Swim show The Venture Brothers features Krampus during a Christmas special.
2007 CE The American television show Supernatural features an evil Krampus character.
2009 CE American satirist Stephen Colbert is visited by Krampus on his television show The Colbert Report.
2013 CE Krampus comes to the popular American television show Grimm.
2013 CE Krampus featured on the popular animated television show American Dad.


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18 responses

  1. Kittii

    I do have good Christmas memories. Hollywood is possessed when you realize all the illusions they make us believe. and say it. Hollywood has hypnotized us into believing falsehoods and lies.

    December 27, 2014 at 1:04 PM

  2. Kittii

    December 27, 2014 at 1:07 PM

  3. Kittii

    December 27, 2014 at 1:30 PM

  4. Kittii

    December 27, 2014 at 1:54 PM

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    December 27, 2014 at 2:15 PM

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    December 27, 2014 at 2:37 PM

  7. Kittii

    December 27, 2014 at 3:03 PM

    • Kittii

      Lauren Chapin (born May 23, 1945, in Los Angeles, California) is an American former child actress, most remembered for her role as the youngest child “Kathy Anderson” (nicknamed “Kitten”) in the television show Father Knows Best,[1] which was produced between 1954 and 1960. Chapin was awarded five Jr. Emmy’s for Best Child Actress. Her co-stars in the series were Robert Young, Jane Wyatt, Elinor Donahue, and Billy Gray.

      Before, during and after the show was in its run, Chapin had a troubled childhood. Her father sexually abused her and her mother was an alcoholic. Following the cancellation of Father Knows Best, Chapin married at age 16, was divorced at 18, became a drug addict, turned to prostitution to secure her habit, and was sent to a mental institution after she attempted suicide. After these troubles, Chapin turned to religion in 1979, which she credits with saving her life.

      She currently manages singers and actors; and performs in a live inter-active version of Father Knows Best for cruise lines, conventions, and other events. She is the co-author of Father Does Know Best—The Lauren Chapin Story (1988) with Andrew Collins.

      Chapin is a licensed and ordained Christian evangelist and advocate for Israel.

      December 27, 2014 at 3:20 PM

  8. Kittii

    December 27, 2014 at 3:04 PM

  9. Kittii

    Here’s a playlist

    December 27, 2014 at 3:04 PM

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    December 27, 2014 at 3:07 PM

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    December 27, 2014 at 3:41 PM

  12. Kittii

    I found this after the holiday
    In this segment, Doug discusses the true origins of the Christmas celebrations which he points out are based on pagan, midwinter festivals in reverence to the solar deity Mithra. He discusses how the Church of Rome merely hijacked the abounding pagan customs that were prevalent in the middle of the fourth century. He also discusses the origins of the Santa Claus myth and its apparent relationship to ancient, Siberian shamanism. Doug also discusses how the Christian religion is based upon astrotheology and mythology and gives a basic overview of the First Ecumenical Council of Nicaea, the conference which gave birth to the Catholic religion and the Christ figure.

    January 6, 2015 at 12:16 PM

    • Kittii

      Satan always counterfeits what God does, if you watch this video.

      January 6, 2015 at 12:48 PM

  13. Kittii

    The All seeing eye, the square and compass and Pat Robertson are featured in this You Tube

    January 6, 2015 at 12:20 PM

  14. Kittii

    I can laugh at myself when someone says “You’re into conspiracy theories”.

    The recent revelations that the NSA has been collecting the detailed phone records of Americans since 2001 has a lot of citizens saying that claims of the NSA operating a vast domestic dragnet have been vindicated.

    Others think the news has led the “tin foil hat” types to come out in spades.

    Saying someone is “wearing a tin foil hat” or “is a tin foil hat” means that they have paranoia or a belief in conspiracy theories, especially involving government surveillance or paranormal beings.

    Originally, the term referred to the practice of wearing headgear consisting of metal foil to block mind-reading.

    Julian Huxley, brother of “Brave New World” author Aldous Huxley, coined the concept in his 1927 work “The Tissue-Culture King”:

    Well, we had discovered that metal was relatively impervious to the telepathic effect, and had prepared for ourselves a sort of tin pulpit, behind which we could stand while conducting experiments. This, combined with caps of metal foil, enormously reduced the effects on ourselves.

    Unfortunately for contemporary tin foil hat wearers, a 2005 study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that the metal hats actually amplify certain radio frequencies instead of blocking them.

    From the study (emphasis ours):

    It has long been suspected that the government has been using satellites to read and control the minds of certain citizens. The use of aluminum helmets has been a common guerrilla tactic against the government’s invasive tactics.

    Surprisingly, these helmets can in fact help the government spy on citizens by amplifying certain key frequency ranges reserved for government use.

    The findings led the authors to “speculate that the government may in fact have started the helmet craze for this reason.”

    Now that’s a tin foil hat conspiracy theory!

    Read more:

    January 6, 2015 at 12:29 PM

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