The Dream of Dulcinea Lucia

June 30, 2015 at 11:21 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , )

The Dream of Dulcinea Lucia

Dulcinea Lucia had had an eventful day.

The gypsy crystal ball reader who had her own psychic reading shop on London’s Carnaby Street had been given a replica statue of Neb-Senu as a gift earlier today.

Neb-Senu had been an Egyptian statue in a Manchester museum that had supposedly come to life a couple of years ago and had allegedly moved on its pedestal in its case in the museum.

For some reason, being given the replica statue had reminded her of a mysterious client that had come to her for a psychic reading a couple of years ago.

The man who came to her shop had the hairiest legs (for he had been wearing Bermuda shorts) and the hairiest palms (for she had also done a palm reading for him) that she had ever seen.

He had called himself Pan Goatee.

(For more background on the relationship between Neb-Senu and Pan Goatee please read

https://draculvanhelsing.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/the-moving-statue/

https://draculvanhelsing.wordpress.com/2013/06/28/pan-goatee-and-neb-senu/

https://draculvanhelsing.wordpress.com/2013/07/07/pan-goatee-and-neb-senu-in-bethlehem/

https://draculvanhelsing.wordpress.com/2013/08/07/magog-rhys-petley-and-pan-goatee/

https://draculvanhelsing.wordpress.com/2013/08/08/the-mummy-the-wolfman-and-the-serial-killer/

After receiving the gift, Dulcinea Lucia had gone to a London art gallery with a friend to gaze at portrait paintings of various historical and mythological figures from history.

But now the incredibly sexy dark eyed and raven haired gypsy beauty lay in bed in her London apartment and drifted off to sleep where her mind was filled with images she had seen during the day.

She then dreamed a dream.

In her dream, she saw the Byzantine Emperor Justinian standing on the steps of the Lenin Mausoleum in Red Square shaking hands with a smiling and grinning resurrected Lenin.

She later found herself on Panepistimiou Street in Athens where she saw Mammon the ancient Babylonian god of banking and commerce pulling the plug on a toilet in the Bank of Greece while the Germanic god Wotan looked on approvingly.

She then stood on the Acropolis where she saw Vladimir Putin standing at the top of the steps to the Acropolis with his arms totally outstretched in a Cross like fashion.

Even though Dulcinea Lucia recognized the figure as Putin, he was also wearing the beard and the Byzantine like robes of Christ that she had seen in certain Russian Orthodox icons.

A figure resembling Karl Marx (though he looked more like a combination of Marx and the bearded Greek god Zeus) fell at the Putin-Christ’s feet and then kissed the Putin-Christ’s right hand and said, “My Lord and my God.”

“Behold the Saviour of the Greeks,” a figure below the hill of the Acropolis shouted.

The figure was none other than Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

A large crowd of people waving Syriza and Communist banners cheered behind him.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Thursday June 30th
2015

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19 Comments

  1. Sherrie de Valeria said,

    And no matter what powers nor gods can save Greek at this time at this moment. It is getting worse and people are desperate. Many either lost their jobs or did not go to work anymore. Speaking on flushing the toilet, people of Greek are flushing out their money at the time being from the bank … Strange that Pan Goatee came to Dulcinea Lucia. I thought she had seen of what is to come about with Bruce Jenner? Or the lights off in Paris, for example? LOL

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      Yes, poor Greece like Persephone seems to have become trapped in the bowels of the Underworld- prisoners of Hades.

      I don’t know if Bruce/Caitlyn ever went to see Dulcinea Lucia.

      Or Paris Hilton for that matter.

      But Pan went to see her. πŸ˜‰

      • Sherrie de Valeria said,

        And I cannot wait for the next chapter on this … I am curious for what reason he came to see Dulcinea … and what a name she has. πŸ™‚

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      The reason Pan went to see Dulcinea is explained here in this past vampire novel chapter I wrote 2 years ago this month:

      https://draculvanhelsing.wordpress.com/2013/07/07/pan-goatee-and-neb-senu-in-bethlehem/

      As for Dulcinea, that was the name of Don Quixote’s imaginary muse and self-proclaimed love- a woman who was a bar wench and prostitute but Quixote imagined her an aristocratic lady full of the purest virtue. He named her Dulcinea.

      The woman he called Dulcinea found this amusing and secretly thought of Don Quixote with contempt but then came to love the self-proclaimed knight when she came to realize that he was the only man who loved her for her mind and her soul and not just desired her for her body.

  2. Nicholas C. Rossis said,

    Lenin is in many a people’s dreams lately…

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      Yes, the nightmare that is Lenin seems to be coming back…

      • Nicholas C. Rossis said,

        As if once wasn’t enough…

        We joke in Greece that the left here is like a car dealership that keeps going, years after the factories have closed down.

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      LOL !

      Have you read the Pan Goatee-Neb-Senu chapters I’ve posted in the links in the entries above?

      I’d like to get your opinion on them. πŸ™‚

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      Thanks, Nicholas. πŸ™‚

  3. Tribo, OCarm said,

    hmm the Greek conundrum… we’ll see the next chapters what happens πŸ˜€

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      Yes, Ritche, the Greek conundrum seems to be making a Trojan horse’s ass out of the EU. πŸ˜€

  4. Randstein said,

    You are a prophet! I’m sure I was standing behind Lucia watching. The black hand is more powerful these days. Greece is seen as the gateway to WWIII by military strategists. The halls of many inept governments are busy, willy-nilly, with planning how to enter the war without feeling any economic pain or losing any territory or voters. The easiest solution, which always comes to the top of the list, is to appease the black hand. Greece will fall and no one will pull their hands away from their face. Sometimes failure is the best strategy because it is the easiest to implement. It’s those damn unintended consequences that screw up every fumble of good strategy.

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      Yes, failure has certainly been the hallmark of Barack Obama’s military strategy since he took office.

      Every time ISIS gains more territory, there’s Obama in a TV interview hailing it as a great victory for the United States.

      I suspect the reason Obama and Netanyahu don’t get along is because Obama is always pursuing the Neville Chamberlain Peace Prize to hang in the Oval Office alongside his Nobel while Netanyahu is always expressing his admiration for Sir Winston Churchill.

      Yes, those damned unintended consequences do always get in the way of a good fumble of strategy.

      You can just ask the Seattle Seahawks head coach about that given his recent brilliant call at this year’s Super Bowl.

      • Randstein said,

        Liberty, the old girl, is a silverback now and can’t live up to the rhetoric of her youth. I would love to see the outcome of a Greco-Roman style Olympic wrestling competition with the World leaders. My money would be on Putin to win even without the liberal use of olive oil to slip a grip or two. Netanyahu would make him earn it, if he did win.

      • draculvanhelsing said,

        Yes, that would be interesting to see Greco-Roman style Olympic Wrestling for world leaders.

        I can see Angela Merkel holding Barack Obama in a headlock as the latter shouts, “I’m winning. I know I’m winning. Michelle, help me!”.

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      I mentioned to my friend Nicholas in the comments above that he’d probably enjoy reading the Pan Goatee-Neb-Senu chapters whose links I have posted above there in this entry.

      You’d probably enjoy reading them as well, Daniel, if you care to check them out. πŸ™‚

      • Randstein said,

        I did and thoroughly enjoyed them!

      • draculvanhelsing said,

        That’s good.

        Thanks! πŸ™‚

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