Lauren Graham and Billy Thornton in Bad Santa

Satan’s workshop

An idle brain is the devil’s workshop
-H.G. Bohn, 1855

‘Ho-ho-ho’ are the three words Santa Claus employ as he laughingly greets his mother, aunt and sister at the same time. Of course, a “ho” is not a very flattering description of any female, let alone when speaking of your own family. But Christmas is such a celebration where profanity is prettily disguised and the imagination of children not so subtly captured. 

The programming around Xmas is indeed very largely coded – in ways that might seem overly straightforward to those who see through the everyday spelling the Elite carefully plan and perpetuate through astute manipulations in the media and popular culture. Nevertheless, to be successful at a wide level culling the largest amounts of “souls”, many of the linguistic puns and subconscious hooks have been simplified for allowing maximum appeal and public coverage in the case for Santa where the choice seems to have landed on a very obvious direct anagram for Satan – or evil incarnated.

Santa – Satan (direct anagram)
Claus – Souls (phonetic anagram and emordnilap)

Children of course will be seduced from a very young age by the temptation of gifts in exchange for behaving at the will of Santa – thus sitting on his knee or administering hugs and kisses resentfully. The lustful pleasures of material goods does not come without a price in this scenario as a vicious circle is created – not only for the children but also for the adults who are submitted to honouring personal and financial sacrifices to obey to an artificial culture created to take effect indirectly from infancy by seducing the imagination of our children.

Xmas is short version of Christmas that stems from Greek where Christ’s name was written with an X (Xristos) as the initial letter. The “Mas” ending might originates from the old english spelling of “Mass” as understood religiously (service of worship). As an expression, Xmas is said to stem all the way back to the 1500s but still is controversial in its use for many Christians as it excludes the name of Christ with what many interpret as a blasphemous “X”.

Seen in wake of the cult of newer X-men lore, one is left to wonder wheather the modern superheroes actually could be a veiled evocation of ambivalent gender-identity as well. XX individuals of course correspond to the female chromosomal makeup while XY is the male description. In a more simplified form of expression, women are commonly described as “X” and men as “Y” and the shared, basic X is abbreviated.

The short-form of gender-description (X & Y) based on chromosomes thus makes the literal interpretation of X-men all the more transpicuous. Such an understanding of contemporary occult the X “man” encoding thus by interference also affect the original “Xmas” men themselves – Santa and Jesus.

Cate Blanchett as the elf/elven Galadriel from “The Two Towers

In his workshop, Santa/Satan does not put his ‘hoes‘ to work of course, but has instead opted for elves who are his worker-bees preparing the prima materia to be gifted away to the well behaved children that accept to sacrifice obedience in exchange for a gift from their red-hooded patron who will at one point enter their chimneys incognito while they are asleep…

Elf (plural elves)
• An entity from a race of mythical, supernatural beings resembling but seen as distinct from human beings. Usually skilled in magic or spellcrafting
• Fantasy literature : Any of the magical, typically forest-guarding races bearing some similarities to the Norse álfar (Tolkien)
• A very diminutive person; a dwarf.

Traditionally in Germanic mythology and folklore an elf is a human-shaped supernatural being thought of as possessing magical powers and supernatural (white) beauty. In Norse mythology elves were associated with causing illness to the gods by magic, beauty and seduction. The depiction of todays Xmas elves are not in any way or fashion reminiscent of traditional elves, fairies or nymphs – still there might still be more significance in the choice of the elves as a companion to Santa than meets the eye. Elf is a word of German origin where “Elf” sill means 11 (elf) to this day.

The elf connection to supernatural beauty and seduction combined with the literal translation into the number eleven closely match the duplicitous nature of the heroines in todays popular culture.  There are many interpretations of the number eleven and even the two fingers hand-sign seems to illustrate both eleven as well as dual sexual identity – popularised by some as “the Baphomet” sign which similarly also the “two (twin) towers” could represent.

The Santa’s workshop as presented symbolically by Santa and his elevens residing at the North Pole might not be as straightforward as we’d like to present it for our children unknowingly. Esoterically the meaning very quickly turn into Satan’s Workshop and could be better understood as a sort of a harem with Santa as Satan and with the many elves as the play boys of sexual rites and initiation – as well illustrated by occult references and the red and white colour-scheme.

The workshop of Santa Claus is where Santa or his elves are said to make the toys that he delivers children on Christmas Eve as popularised by “Godey’s Lady’s Book” front cover from 1873