Does Santa Deliver Hanukkah Gifts To Jewish Kids?

Happy Hanukkah! The Demi-Angel Saint Nicholas Santa Claus is more or less the leader of good in the supernatural world. Christmas is considered the big holiday show of paranormal righteousness. It cultivates the magical metaphysical energies of innocence within gleeful children celebrating the season with toys and treats. In the paranormal world, many holidays harvest this unique powerful magic for the greater good. This energy is then incorporated into the Spirit Of Christmas that repels the forces of darkness around the world that have built up over the past year. Especially after Halloween which springs forth a great deal of darkness even amid its theme of balance between good and evil! The Christmas Spirit is the most energized of the holiday spirits and provides power for various practitioners of magic who fight for all that is right! So how does Hanukkah fit into this supernatural structure?

Christmas and Hanukkah have similarities in that they both fall in December while exemplifying the spirit of peace and giving to others. Jewish children get simple presents on the 8 days of Hanukkah. However, they’re not all toys and generally not to the same glitzy degree as the one-shot Christmas gifts. Of course, there are some who may still celebrate the old tradition of the 12 days of Christmas. Hanukkah gifts tend to teach a valuable lesson while Christmas gifts are often for pure joy. The joy that is important to fuel the Christmas Spirit for the greater good of humankind. Santa Claus always encourages families to spend time volunteering or donating to those less fortunate than them. Something that is always an essential part of any holidays spirit. Some families even have a tradition of buying gifts for random poor families and leaving them outside their door anonymously. Read The Rest Of The Hanukkah Story Here…πŸ•Ž