The Beautiful Lady vs. The Demonic Monster of Samhain

May 13, 2011 at 10:29 pm (Vampire novel) (, , )

Amadeus Emanon was in a small second-hand shop and antique store in London.

He saw a small statue of a beautiful Lady and decided to buy it when he noticed the price was only 5 pounds.

* * *

Later Amadeus dropped by the Set Enterprises Laboratory where Dr. Cadbury Rocher was trying to revive the body of a strange creature that an Irish archaeological team had found in an Irish bog.

When an Irish archaeologist specializing in Celtic folklore suggested the body was of an ancient monster who was worshipped on the Celtic Feast Day of Samhain, Set arranged to have the body stolen and revived as the billionaire ancient Egyptian vampire Set figured he needed all the supernatural allies he could get in the coming war against Isis and also Osiris when the latter returned to Earth in 2012.

As the electrical charge went through the strange white furry looking monster’s body, it rose up.

It came to the laboratory window.

When it saw the statue of the beautiful Lady that Amadeus bought, it let out a fierce cry and disintegrated much to Dr. Cadbury Rocher’s dismay.

* * *

The statue that Amadeus had purchased was one of Our Lady of Fatima.

Coincidentally the Feast Day of Our Lady of Fatima was today May 13th- marking the 94th anniversary of the appearance of the Blessed Virgin Mary Mother of Jesus in the tiny Portuguese village of Fatima back on May 13th, 1917.

This particular statue of Our Lady of Fatima that Amadeus had purchased had been personally blessed by Pope John Paul II back in the year 2000.

When the statue’s owner a woman in her 70s had died two years ago, her son an ardent admirer of British militant atheist Richard Dawkins had sold it to the antique shop where Amadeus later purchased it.

And so the statue that showed Our Lady crushing the head of a serpent had crushed another serpent- one in the Set Enterprises Lab- a demonic monster that Set had hoped to revive.

To be continued.

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