KRAMPUS LOGO TOTE
KRAMPUS LOGO TOTE
KRAMPUS LOGO TOTE
$15.00

KRAMPUS LOGO TOTE

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Only 9 left in stock

This listing is for (1) Krampus Logo Tote, NO CRYSTALS ARE INCLUDED - THIS IS ONLY THE EMPTY TOTE. For the Krampus Crystals Mystery Tote, please click here to visit the listing.

The tote itself is 100% cotton and 15" x 16".

Please note: this listing is only for ONE TOTE ONLY, crystals and other display items in photos are not included.

 

 

 History of Krampus:

A mythical creature that dates back to pre-Germanic paganism in the Central European Alpine region, Krampus is half-goat, half-demon. His name “Krampus”, is derived from the German word “krampen”, which means “claw”. Tradition has it that he is the son of the Norse god of the underworld, Hel.

Krampus’ traditional role has been to punish children who misbehave, while Saint Nicholas rewards the well behaved. Krampusnacht (Krampus Night) falls on December 5th (the evening before the Feast of St Nicholas on Dec 6th), when Krampus visits homes and businesses to give misbehaving children coal and “Ruten” birch branch bundles.

In the 12th century, the Catholic Church attempted to banish Krampus due to his resemblance to the devil, forbidding any celebrations of the figure. The fascists of the World War II era tried to eradicate Krampus as well, claiming that he was the product of Social Democrats. But alas, beloved Krampus prevailed - and has found more widespread international popularity in recent years.

The Mineral Maven LLC are not doctors and cannot give out medical advice. Healing crystals should be used as a complement to other therapies and not as a replacement for medical treatment, diagnosis, or examination. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.

About Krampus

 

 History of Krampus:

A mythical creature that dates back to pre-Germanic paganism in the Central European Alpine region, Krampus is half-goat, half-demon. His name “Krampus”, is derived from the German word “krampen”, which means “claw”. Tradition has it that he is the son of the Norse god of the underworld, Hel.

Krampus’ traditional role has been to punish children who misbehave, while Saint Nicholas rewards the well behaved. Krampusnacht (Krampus Night) falls on December 5th (the evening before the Feast of St Nicholas on Dec 6th), when Krampus visits homes and businesses to give misbehaving children coal and “Ruten” birch branch bundles.

In the 12th century, the Catholic Church attempted to banish Krampus due to his resemblance to the devil, forbidding any celebrations of the figure. The fascists of the World War II era tried to eradicate Krampus as well, claiming that he was the product of Social Democrats. But alas, beloved Krampus prevailed - and has found more widespread international popularity in recent years.

Disclaimer

The Mineral Maven LLC are not doctors and cannot give out medical advice. Healing crystals should be used as a complement to other therapies and not as a replacement for medical treatment, diagnosis, or examination. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.