Krampus Candy Corn Candle

CAD $50.00

THESE BAD BOYS ARE HUGE! 6 inches tall & very fat!

Krampus is a horned, anthropomorphic figure described as “half-goat, half-demon”, who, during the Yule, punishes children who have misbehaved. The origin of the figure is unclear; some folklorists and anthropologists have postulated a pre-Christian origin. His name originates with the German krampen, which means “claw,” and tradition has it that he is the son of the Norse god of the underworld, Hel. During the 12th century, the Catholic Church attempted to banish Krampus celebrations because of his resemblance to the devil.

Burn to keep the household in line, as an offering to Krampus if you have been a bad shit, and for when you need to invoke the essence of him.

Some people believe that Krampus represents the Horned God, a popular figure in witchcraft, and that his birch rods are a throwback to ancient, pagan initiation rituals. When Christians replaced pagan winter festivals with Christmas, Krampus underwent a transformation. He was associated with the devil, and he was placed in a subservient position to Saint Nicholas—even forced to wear chains to show his inferiority.

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Krampus is a horned, anthropomorphic figure described as “half-goat, half-demon”, who, during the Yule, punishes children who have misbehaved. The origin of the figure is unclear; some folklorists and anthropologists have postulated a pre-Christian origin. His name originates with the German krampen, which means “claw,” and tradition has it that he is the son of the Norse god of the underworld, Hel. During the 12th century, the Catholic Church attempted to banish Krampus celebrations because of his resemblance to the devil.

Burn to keep the household in line, as an offering to Krampus if you have been a bad shit, and for when you need to invoke the essence of him.

Some people believe that Krampus represents the Horned God, a popular figure in witchcraft, and that his birch rods are a throwback to ancient, pagan initiation rituals. When Christians replaced pagan winter festivals with Christmas, Krampus underwent a transformation. He was associated with the devil, and he was placed in a subservient position to Saint Nicholas—even forced to wear chains to show his inferiority.

Comes fully loaded & ready to use.

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Weight 1100 g
Dimensions 10 × 17 × 10 cm

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