Osiris Meets Yemaya In Rome

September 12, 2017 at 3:42 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, Mystery/horror, News, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , )

The Egyptian vampire Osiris was walking the streets of Rome where he lived.

His wife and sister Isis still lived in Paris.

A family reunion between the pair from a few years back didn’t go so well as planned so the two were now living separately.

As for his evil brother and brother-in-law Set, he was a multi-billionaire and living in London.

And one of Set’s former employees Renfield R. Renfield was now being touted as the next Prime Minister of Great Britain- which really didn’t bode well for the state of the world.

Osiris had received a call from Pope Francis this morning (while Osiris was asleep in his sarcophagus) asking if he’d call a press conference and condemn Donald Trump for not believing in climate change.

The Egyptian deity said he’d get back to Francis on that.

But now it was evening. The sun was down and Osiris was free to walk the streets.

As Osiris walked down the street, a peacock strutted by.

“Wow, peacocks really are proud,” Osiris said to himself.

Then a vulture flew by.

“Wow, that’s not a very promising sign,” Osiris thought, “rather ominous in fact.”

He stopped in front of a fountain filled with algae and all sorts of flowers and plants around the fountain.

The fountain sprayed Osiris and Osiris felt the taste of salt water rather than fresh water which was unusual for a fountain in Rome.

Then a face arose from the waters.

“Who are you?” Osiris asked.

“I am Yemaya the goddess of the seas and oceans,” replied the figure.

Osiris had recalled reading somewhere that an orisha (divine spirit) was the goddess of the ocean and seas in the Afro-Caribbean Yoruba religion as well as Haitian vodou, Louisiana voodoo and Santeria.

“What do you want with me?” Osiris asked.

“You should know, Osiris, husband of Isis the Egyptian goddess and divine queen of the seas, that krakens are rising everywhere,” Yemaya stated, “arising in both fresh and salt water.”

From Yemaya’s tone of voice, Osiris gathered that krakens arising was obviously a major problem to be concerned about.

Meanwhile on Mount Olympus, Zeus was muttering in his sleep, “Release the Kraken. Release the Kraken.”

Athena said to Hermes, “He is speaking in the singular and not the plural, isn’t he?”.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Tuesday September 12th


  1. janowrite said,

    Loved this one. Renfield R Renfield. Francis and Osiris. Well done!

  2. doesitevenmatter3 said,

    Great chapter, C!
    And a beautiful painting!
    HUGS!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Aquileana said,

    Interesting mythological juxtaposition … it seems that Carl Jung was right when he said that all myths are part of the same and only Collective Unconscious. I doubt he was speaking in singular, by the way (weยดd better tell Athena) … Great share, dear Dracul. Love & best wishes โญ

  4. Aquileana said,

    Interesting mythological juxtaposition … it seems that Carl Jung was right when he said that all myths are part of the same and only Collective Unconscious….
    I doubt he was speaking in “singular”, by the way (weยดd better tell Athena) … ๐Ÿ˜‰ Great post, dear Dracul. Love & best wishes โญ

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, I think Carl Jung was right about the collective unconscious.

      I had planned to write my Master’s Thesis in Philosophy on Carl Jung’s theory of the collective unconscious but the Department of Grad Studies at the University I was planning to attend lost my application.

      And then afterwards life with its numerous problems got in the way.

      So I never did enter a Master’s program in Philosophy.

      But it seems I’m using my vampire novel to explore Jung’s theory of the
      Collective Unconscious. ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. adnama72 said,

    I Love it very interesting angle on the Ruler of the Egyptian underworld and his wife & sister Isis. And Set.

  6. da-AL said,

    great post ๐Ÿ™‚

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