Set Sees A Psychiatrist

September 6, 2017 at 3:42 pm (Vampire novel)

The billionaire ancient Egyptian vampire Set was lying on a psychiatrist’s couch and not in his sarcophagus currently.

The old Egyptian had been feeling depressed ever since his fiancee Serena returned from the dead back on August 21st (she had been shot and killed by a Soviet agent back in 1924) but didn’t bother to stick around in the Set Enterprises lab once she revived.

Instead she had departed somewhere with the old Egyptian god Thoth who had returned to earth from another dimension of time on that same date.

“Any idea why Serena would want to leave with Thoth?” His psychiatrist Dr. Morgana Jones (who looked a lot like a young Paula Marshall in the TV series Cupid with Jeremy Piven before ABC stupidly cancelled the series after one season back in 1998) asked the vampire.

“Well apparently her astral body had been travelling with him back and forth through time in the past century and a half because Thoth thinks she’s the earthly reincarnation of his librarian wife Seshat “the Lady of Books” who disappeared millennia ago when she tried to rescue a library book from the Celestial House of Books that had fallen down a cosmic black hole,” Set answered.

“And did Serena believe Thoth’s suggestion that she was the reincarnation of Seshat?” Dr. Morgana Jones asked him.

“Apparently,” Set replied bitterly, “that’s why when her body came back to life on the table in the Set Enterprises laboratory, she up and left with him.”

“Where are they now?” Dr. Morgana Jones inquired.

“Sailing on his lunar silver barque somewhere on one of the world’s oceans,” Set ate a chocolate covered replica of the Titanic.

“And what are your feelings towards Thoth?” Dr. Morgana Jones put her pen down.

“I’m really pissed,” Set spat, “this is the second time he screwed me- metaphorically speaking of course. The first was the time when he gave my sister Isis the spell to bring my brother Osiris back from the dead after I had killed him and cut his body into 14 pieces that I then placed in a wooden chest and threw into the Nile River where he was eaten by crocodiles.”

“And Thoth’s spell restored Osiris intact?” Dr. Jones lowered her hair down that had been pinned up in a bun.

“Except for his phallus of course,” Set laughed.

“Well, that”s the end of your session,” Dr. Jones looked at her watch, “I recommend you go home and watch a good movie to relax.”

As Set left her office, he noticed Canadian vampire hunter Dracul Van Helsing in her waiting room.

“What are you doing here?” Set asked.

“Morgana is helping me with my sex addiction problem,” Dracul answered.

He entered her office.

Set turned into a bat and flew out the window (he decided not to take the train home as he had an unpleasant experience on the train a couple of nights earlier).

When the vampire looked back into Dr. Morgana Jones’ office, he noticed that Morgana had taken her jacket, blouse, skirt, pantyhose and spiked stiletto high-heeled shoes off as she approached Dracul Van Helsing.

“Yes. she’s really helping Van Helsing with his sex addiction problem all right,” the bat batted his eyelashes.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Wednesday September 6th
2017.

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9 Comments

  1. Grandtrines said,

    Reblogged this on Lost Dudeist Astrology.

  2. artistbybeauty said,

    Wonderful post dear 😊😊 You write such great stories x x

  3. doesitevenmatter3 said,

    Good help is hard to find! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€ Glad Dracul found help!
    HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thanks, Carolyn. πŸ™‚

      No doubt you’d like to find a psychiatrist who looks like James Spader to help with your sex addiction problem. πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

  4. kutukamus said,

    And where does this good (it’s obvious she loves all kinds of patients, even the opposing ones) psychiatrist exactly live anyway? Even a bug (Indonesian: ‘kutu’) needs some attentive work, OK?

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