A: Santa's specifically selected reindeer have hollow bones—like birds. However, not all reindeer at the North Pole have this unique feature. Light-weight bones with honeycomb trabecula are what allow these animals to jump really high—and practically fly. Their bones, combined with incredibly strong leg muscles, give them lift-off abilities—like a rocket! Fast-twitch (fast-glycolytic /white muscle fibers) are present, which are the same type of muscles that cheetahs, frogs, and several other animals have. "White muscle" is used for quick, powerful actions. There are over 500 reindeer that help Santa, and they sleep in large nests—high up in the trees.
A: Chris Kringle was born in the year 1900. In the year 2021 he'll be 121 years old. According to some sources, he should live to the year 2200. Other scientists believe that he could live forever, based on his unique DNA from Ancestry.com
BTW - Yes, those are turkey's pulling his sleigh before he met the reindeer.
A: Maybe someday, but not any time soon. He'll live a very long time because he lives in a cold environment. Similar to how we put fruits and vegetables in the refrigerator to make them last longer, this is part of the reason Santa moves to a chilly area of the world—so he can live longer! Santa understands the secrets to live a long time—eating healthy, getting regular exercise, and not letting stress bother him.
A: Yes, Santa's beard is real. But he does trim it after Christmas and grows a new one out each year. Another little unknown fact—Santa gains weight for the holiday season then goes on a vigorous exercise program for his New Year's Resolution.
A: Yes. Christopher Kringle has a unique brain like Albert Einstein and possesses a larger than normal brainstem. This powerful area of the human nervous system gives Santa a 20-30% better functioning brain and twelve cranial nerves. This allows for his "heightened awareness" and high intelligence.
A: Yes. During World War II, after Chris Kringle officially became Santa Clause, nine-hundred-and eleven decoy Santa's were asked to help—they work for him. But the real Santa is still out there every December. So yes, you may have seen the real Santa somewhere. But there is only one way to tell and that's by looking at his hands.
A: Santa's birth mother is Natasha Cringleski. She was born in either Russia, Mongolia, or China but does not know exactly where and has never met her parents. The same group of evil men (Confraters) that want Santa dead have been trying to find her since she was a baby. There are rumors she has a twin sister that she's never met. Natasha immigrated to America in 1897 and met her husband on the voyage.
A: Santa's father is Luke Kringle, but his real name is Lars Klause. He was born in Germany where his parents were both missionaries from all over the world. Growing up in the Nonnberg Abbey in Salzburg, Austria, Luke is a hardworking father who teaches his sons everything he knows. After adopting Wally his goal in life is to teach his two boys how to work hard and become successful men, together.
Wally is Christopher's best friend and older brother by three years. Wally has paved the way for Christopher's success since the day they met. The two boys share a unique brotherly bond filled with practical jokes, having fun, and working together as a team. Life as we know it today would not be the same without William Lee, otherwise known as Wally. His background is a secret that he can never share with anyone, or there is a chance he could be killed.
A: Yes. When Chris Kringle was a little boy, he had a crush on Emily Wright—but was shy to tell anyone that he liked her. Little does anyone know that Emily is related to the famous Wright Brothers, who invented the first flying machine. Both Chris and Wally have many girlfriends, but their practical jokes get in the way of any long-lasting relationships when they are younger.
A: 1957. Chris Kringle first meets his wife Norene Williams during the 1920s. They end up getting married twice, for special reasons that cannot be disclosed now. Very few photographs were allowed at either of the wedding ceremonies for several different reasons. Their 1957 wedding is absolutely incredible, and Mrs. Clause will give you one hint— Elvis Presley sang the first song at the reception :-)
A: Yes. The Elves are an ancient society of shorter individuals that have lived underground in caves, caverns, and tunnels since the beginning of time. Elves don't die, in case you didn't know. There are exactly 1029 Elves that reside in the Village of Elf, an impact crater at the North Pole. Chris and Wally are very protective of the Elves—because they only think and do good things.
A; No. He's just incredibly smart and can remember everything. His higher functioning brainstem allows for a 20-30% increase in neurological and sensory functionality. This allows him to see a little better in the dark, listen to conversations a tad farther away, and have a super-sense of who is naughty or nice. He does have a unique brain, like his friend Albert Einstein. Certain smells and tastes bother him, while he can also hear dog whistles.
A; No. But he's the real brains behind Santa and Christmas. Wally runs the business and has never made a bad decision his whole life. He knows the meaning of protecting his younger, smart, naive brother. While equally intelligent in different ways, Wally knows how "Wall Street" got its name. He loves Christopher and knows their importance to humankind—working together as a team. Think "Yin and Yang" for when the two brothers work together—they can do anything!
A: Yes. He and Wally started a handyman business out of their garage when they were teenagers. They invented a "gift" for everyone that sold millions of units during the Roaring 1920s. Santa is the inventor and scientist, while Wally runs the financials and knows how to market ideas. They strike it rich several times in different economic sectors. They find Pirate's gold, diamonds, lost art, and rare artifacts. They own more land than most people know. While they are extremely wealthy, they don't want anyone to know.
A: The Elves make all the toys. Santa and Wally supply all the raw materials, tools, machines, and technical details for the most incredible functioning factory in the world. Mrs. Clause keeps everyone organized, especially the Elves. Christopher learned about mass production when he was a boy working at the Hershey factory and helping Henry Ford with the assembly line in the early 1900s. The Santa Christmas warehouse is considered to be the most productive facility in the world.
A: Chris Kringle first meets his wife Norene during the Roaring 1920s. She's a flapper, dancer, but a horrible singer and "sings like a man," according to sources. Chris and Wally have to keep her under secret protection because they know the bad guys will use her to get to them. The Confraters have tried to capture her several times, which is part of the reason they secretly move her up to the North Pole. There is only one woman in the world who could possibly marry Christopher Kringle, and it's Norene.
A: Yes! Very much so. Both have a musical gift and have been known to sit down at a piano for hours. They both play numerous instruments and have been inspiring people for decades. The 1908 hit song, "Black and White Rag," was named in their honor. The black and white brothers have influenced hundreds if not thousands of musicians around the world over the last 120 years.
BTW - there is a hidden meaning here, but you'll have to wait and see why.
A: They live in the Village of Elf—a hidden area that very few humans have seen. They mostly live underground in tunnels and in caves. There are a few buildings above ground that cannot be seen from space. You won't be able to see them from GoogleEarth. Think Area 51—everything exists under ground. Darkness rules their world as there is very little sunlight atop planet earth.
A: There are exactly 1029 Elves. If their population ever reaches 1031, high-ranking members have been informed they will all die. When a new baby Elf is born, older members volunteer to give up their life for the newborn. Elves are the oldest living species on planet Earth. However, even the eldest are so quick and speedy that you cannot take their picture.
A: There aren't many natural resources in the Village of Elf. They eat a lot of fish and boil snow for water. There are a few edible plants, fruit trees, or vegetation up north. Mainly just trees. There is one resource they consider a delicacy— called RDP. The Elves are lucky to be alive until they meet Chris and Wally Kringle.
A: Yes. The Elves know that Santa is the solution to their survival. They have been praying for his arrival for thousands of years, and if he cannot save them, no one can. Santa also has to teach the Elves how to read and write, among several other things for the Village of Elf to thrive.
A: Many years ago, in what is believed to be the year 1427, a ship crashed on the outskirts of their Village. The Elves have been looting the ship for centuries and everything they own has come from this ship in some way, shape, or form—even their clothing.
A: Not at first. For millions of years, the Elves and reindeer were scared of each other. Santa knows they need each other to survive and creates a symbiotic bond between the two—then they start getting along in 1942.
Please don't ask for pictures of the Elves. They don't stay still long enough but you will see them in action soon enough.