No— but Santa understands science. At a very young age Chris Kringle meets some very influential people who change his life. His mind understands a vast amount of topics and he can remember everything. This picture represents his early cell phone idea.
Yes. Rudolph's nose is red. It appears to be a birthmark of some type. Years ago, when Santa first started using the reindeer to deliver presents, the light from the moon would cause it to light up bright and helped guide Santa's sleigh. However, now that GPS systems have been invented, it helps Santa land on rooftops—quietly and precisely. Think of cats and a laser pointer—this is how the reindeer communicate with Santa where he wants to go. During the summer months, Mrs. Clause makes Rudolph wear sun-screen (SPF 50) on his nose so it doesn't get burnt.
Good question. This is one of many Santa secrets. Since Chris Kringle's parents come from all over the world, he is the first child to have DNA from every society. He's a part of all nationalities ever known to exist, according to Ancestry.com.
They call themselves Confraters, a group of extremely wealthy evil men that have controlled every aspect of society since the Bronze Age. The term "Confraters" is an ancient medieval word defined as (Con = with or together, Frater = brother or fellow). This group of nobleman have been in existence since the written word was first used in Ancient Egypt and in Mesopotamia (around 3500 B.C.) and have used their power to wipe out all ancient civilizations except one. The Confraters are the root of all evil that has plagued humankind for thousands of years. Their goal is to keep the common man down while using their book "ARTEM IMPERIUM" to control the world. While the Confraters think they are helping society, they are still upset that children know how to read and write, and will do everything to make learning boring.
(See previous page) Yes, Santa and Wally are the wealthiest brothers in the world—which is another reason the Confraters want them dead. However, you'd never know about the Kringle brothers' wealth because they don't want fame or fortune. Neither Chris or Wally want anyone know how much money they have because it's not important to them. They want to use their finances to change the world for the better and invest in peace, which is why they give presents to kids. Children are, and will always be—the future!
This is one of many Santa questions he likes to answer. Also one of many Santa secrets. They did get into trouble. But both learned from their mistakes and helped them become better people. When they were little—they loved doing practical jokes on each other. If rumors are correct, they still play pranks on each other to this day.
No, just his big brother Wally.
Yes, Wally has eight brothers and sisters but he's only found them later in life. Wally got into trouble when he was a little boy and had to leave his family where he lived on a farm for several years before getting adopted by the Kringle's. Here is a secret—Wally's real name isn't Wally. He's named after someone famous that everyone needs to know about! However, history books don't even mention this famous person that should be pictured next to George Washington on the $1 dollar bill.
Many families celebrate other festivities during the holiday season, like Hanukkah, which is great. Santa believes in "omnism" which is the respect and recognition for everyone to have their own religious beliefs. His gift to the world is giving presents to children in the name of peace so they will become well-behaved adults. He knows the best time to teach humans morals is when they are younger, which is why his focus is on kids. Santa doesn't care if adults believe in him or not, as the evil group of Confraters have been spreading misleading information about his life for decades.