Putin and Our Lady of Kazan

October 4, 2016 at 2:10 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, News, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , )

Putin and Our Lady of Kazan

Russian President Vladimir Putin was watching replays of the Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton debates on a television screen in a room in the Kremlin.

He thought he heard portraits of Ivan The Terrible, Peter The Great and Josef Stalin sing Tomorrow Belongs To Me (from the musical Cabaret) while the debate was on.

A map of Russia on the wall joined in the singing.

One of his aides approached the Russian leader.

“Comrade President?” his aide interrupted.

“What is it, Dmitri?” Putin inquired.

“An incident happened at one of our military bases in Syria,” his aide whispered.

“What sort of incident?” Putin asked.

“An icon of Our Lady of Kazan that hung in the base’s headquarters was stolen,” the aide (and former atheistic Marxist) looked grim.

“Stolen?” Putin blinked, “By whom? ISIS terrorists hoping to desecrate it?”.

“No, Comrade President,” his aide shook his head, “that’s the thing. It was stolen by Israeli commandos.”

“Israeli commandos?” Putin was incredulous.

“Yes, Comrade President,” his aide looked equally shocked.

. . .

In Jerusalem, a pre-eminent rabbi, who was best known in Israeli society for wanting to rebuild the Jewish temple on the Temple Mount, bowed before an image of Azazel who was mentioned in the Qumran Enochian literature and some medieval Jewish writings as being a demon.

The rabbi (who was viewed by most of his fellow Israelis as a promoter of hatred) sprinkled the ashes of a burnt icon at the feet of Azazel.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Saturday October 1st
2016.

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8 Comments

  1. Nicholas C. Rossis said,

    Does explain a lot…

  2. Hyperion said,

    That was ominously evil. Of course, he has to hurry with his bargain with the demon else Eye-Sucks will ride the wind out of the desert like locust and spread their message of vocal brown digestive stuff across the land.

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