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False Prophetess, Kat Kerr, Says Christmastown in Heaven is Where Santa Clause Lives

by | Dec 23, 2021

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Kat Kerr–the crazy pink-haired “prophetess” who says that she saw visions of Christians being sent to a “mock hell” to be tormented by Satan for wearing jeans and make-up–is back at it again with the crazy, made-up nonsense. This time, she says that God told her before she was implanted in her mother’s womb what her life plans would be.

In a recent interview with Elijah Lists’ Kelsey O’Malley, Kerr described a “revelation” from one of her “tours” in Heaven where she saw a place called “Christmastown” where Santa Clause lives and the snow is alive.

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And the father said to me, ‘why would I not have fun if I said in my Word you know you must come like a little child.’ He said ‘I’d be in a lot of trouble if I didn’t have fun places for people who are like little kids to play in.’

And one of the places I was taken to is a place in Heaven where it snows all the time…The snow is alive. Everything in Heaven has life.

In Christmastown when you go there, that is where Nicholas lives. Yes, Nick. Some people call him Saint Nick. Some people call him Santa, we’ll call him whatever.

She said that this place was planned long before the world was created. Of course, the real St. Nicholas very well may be in Heaven worshiping the living Christ. But to suggest that he is in Heaven in the form of the Earthly idol, Santa–who competes with Christ for the worship of children during Christmas–is simply blasphemous.



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