Why Does Santa Claus Live At The North Pole?

North-Pole-Bethlehem-StarSanta Claus decided to establish his North Pole City near the geographic North Pole because as a Demi-Angel he could see into the future.  He foresaw that the North Pole would be the least human inhabited above ground region on Earth.  Naturally Santa needs to stay hidden from the general public in order to adhere to the Supernatural Secrecy Pact.  He also needs to remain hidden from governments who seek to harness his power, and supernatural enemies with varying dark agendas around the world.  There’s also the fact that Santa Claus loves cold snowy weather.

His first choice was the South Pole due to the abundant animal life but he foresaw science stations, tourists, and eventually cities being built several thousands of years into the future when weather control systems warm up the region.  Since the North Pole is merely ice floating on the Arctic Sea there wouldn’t be any chance of people living there.  As a powerful supernatural being it isn’t much trouble for him to bring animals from the South Pole to live in his North Pole City. He has a love for Penguins in particular.  The little fellas waddle about the cobblestone streets with glee entertaining those of us in the supernatural community lucky enough to visit the mystical winter wonderland!

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Xavier Remington

About Xavier Remington

🎅As the Founder and President of Mystic Investigations I have dealt with all manner of metaphysical mayhem! However the supernatural beings and paranormal phenomenon of the Christmas season are some of the most magical. Our supernatural crime fighting team has had the honor of being welcome at the Demi-Angel Santa Claus's North Pole City and the horror of battling the diabolical Anti-Claus! This Xmas blog was born out of a deep interest and love for The Spirit Of Christmas! Merry Christmas To All And To All A Safe Night!🎄
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