Edward Morgan #crackpot #fundie #magick #ufo #conspiracy #wingnut prepareforchange.net

Krampus is a Christmas devil companion of Santa (i.e. anagram for Satan) who punishes children by beating them with a stick or steals them in his sack (no, Satan’s sack is not for gifts).

The figure resembles another horned being, that of Moloch (i.e. Anunnaki “god” Marduk) who was also given children through fire or to a giant throne. But that is another pagan/Anunnaki “celebration” that was adopted by modern religions — yes, I’m talking about Easter.
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As I have presented through the years, hundreds of thousands of children are kidnapped every single year, most times with the help of the highest religious institutions such as the Vatican, and sacrificed in Satanic rituals dedicated to Moloch. The reason why we have human sacrifices all over the planet, in some of the most prevalent cultures, is because the Anunnaki required them.

(Also, please note the cannibalistic ritual of the Liturgy/Mass, in which all Christians across the planet are required to pretend drinking the blood and eating the flesh of – allegedly – Jesus Christ).

The “gods” of antiquity were flesh and bones Anunnaki and the so called “pagan” religions that followed, worshiped them under different names and almost identical rituals. The most prevalent of today’s religions are all based on paganism (i.e. the worship of the Anunnaki colonizers), including Christianity.
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When Nimrod/Dumuzi died, his cousin-wife Semiramis/Inanna, claimed that a full-grown evergreen tree sprang overnight from a dead tree stump.

Now, there are two versions of the story, one stating that Dumuzi’s anniversary was on December 25th and his spirit would visit the evergreen tree every year on this date to leave gifts upon it.

The second version states that the son of Semiramis, Tammuz, by his dead husband, Dumuzi, was born on December 25th.

Whatever version is true, two things are clear: The “Christmas tree” is in fact “Nimrod’s tree” and December 25th is a Satanic celebration.

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