Santa by Hoku Lani – Non-Fiction

Writer: Hoku Lani

Subject: Santa

Link: MEWE / 29.12.2021 /  Bloodline – Dark Goddess


The Abrahamic religions despise Santa! Christmas traditions are focused primarily on kids, and they are certainly the center of most of what happens. I know this as even growing up in Hawaii, because I was the recipients of much and the givers of very little on that day.

Some years ago, a priest in New Jersey told his Sunday school class that Santa was a myth. The outrage from parents and his supervisors was swift. He had “killed Santa!” He had “destroyed family tradition!” He had “usurped family authority,” and he was officially censored by his superiors for being “overzealous and insensitive.”

According to Langer’s Encyclopedia of World History, (article “Santa”), “Santa” was a common name for Nimrod throughout Asia Minor. This was also the same fire god who came down the chimneys of the ancient pagans and the same fire god to whom infants were burned and eaten in human sacrifice among those who were once Yahweh’s people.

Today Santa Claus comes from “Saint Nicholas.” Washington Irving, in 1809, is responsible for remaking the original old, stern bishop of this same name into the new “jolly St. Nick” in his Knickerbocker History of New York. Most of the rest of America’s Christmas traditions are even more recent than this.“Old Nick” has long been recognized as a term for the devil.

“But you have this in your favor: You hate the practices of the Nicolaitans, which I also hate.” — Revelations 2:6
”Likewise, you also have those who hold to the teaching of the Nicolaitans.” — Revelations 2:15

In Revelation we read about a “doctrine of the Nicolaitanes,” which apparently Jesus twice tells his flock he hates. Let’s analyze the word Nicolaitane. It means “follower of Nicholas.” Nikos means “conqueror, destroyer.” Laos means “people.” Nicolaitanes, were well know for fornication, adultery, and all uncleanness, and had their wives in common, and also ate things offered to idols. If you have believed that following Christmas is an innocent Christian custom, let this truth sink in and praise Mother and Father for this corruption.

2 thoughts on “Santa by Hoku Lani – Non-Fiction”

  1. Thank You Scribe of Lilith
    Hoku Lani

    I always look forward to your Work

    Thank You Brother Xpanther for Spreading The Dark Gospell of Hoku Lani

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