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The Winter God Jack Frost

Jack Frost

I met Jack Frost centuries ago when his heart was completely frozen. However through the sands of time it has thawed enough for him to fall on the side of righteousness. Jack saved my life when it would have been easier for him to side with the forces of darkness! He was instrumental in scouting out the location for North Pole City and lives here in his ice castle. This is his story!

Jack Frost, sometimes called Old Man Winter, and even Father Winter, is the literal original personification of Winter on Earth.  This makes him the Chief Winter God, and Grand Master Of Cryokinesis on Earth, who was worshiped as such by various human cultures over the ages under different names.  His birth over 650 million years ago triggered a global ice age called the Snowball Earth. He has also usually had some part in subsequent Ice Ages. Often coinciding with some manner of angst in his long often miserable life due to his glum outlook on his existence.

As with many Earthly Gods, Jack was born spontaneously via the unintended interactions of various forms of consciousness on a variety of dimensional levels.  The exact catalyst is unknown but it’s plausible he could be the personification of winter even beyond Earth.  Jack came into being long before any humans existed on Earth, and initially only had a handful of primordial Earthly Gods, and Goddesses to keep him company since not even Earth Goddess Gaia was born yet! However his cold heart made him prefer to be alone, and not take part in the nature deity hierarchy.  For a time he flirted with Ice Demons, and even standard demons during his darkest hours.  Thankfully he was more or less apathetic, and never chose a particular side despite more darkness than light dwelling within his icy soul.  His insanely long life was rather aimless, and without purpose in his angst ridden blue glowing eyes. Read The Rest Of Jack’s Story At The Mystic Investigations Christmas Blog…

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