Cleopatra and The Serpent At Tara On Saint Patrick’s Day

March 17, 2018 at 10:59 pm (Folklore, Geopolitics and International Relations, History, International Intrigue, Mythology, News, Religion, Romance, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Cleopatra and The Serpent At Tara On Saint Patrick’s Day

At a Buddhist temple in London, one of the monks awoke and went into the meditation room to pray.

He was shocked to discover that the giant statue of the Future Buddha To Come had been stolen.

He immediately went and told one of his fellow monks, “The statue of the Maitreya has been stolen.”

“How,” his brother monk asked, “could such a large statue have been stolen?”.

. . .

Inside a cave deep in the Himalayas on the Nepal-Tibet border, the sleeping giant golden cobra awakened.

He then left his cave and astral projected himself to Egypt.

But the cobra had such a highly developed mind (that physicists at their peril could only dream of) that he was able to take his physical form body to Egypt with him along with his astral body.

. . .

The golden cobra was in the burial chamber of the tomb of Queen Cleopatra VII Philopator of Egypt.

His eyes projected a golden ray that caused the lid of the Queen’s sarcophagus to raise.

He then leaned over the sarcophagus and peered in looking at the royal mummy.

Once again its eye emitted a golden ray that disintegrated the bandages into oblivion.

Its other eye then emitted another golden ray that caused flesh to form on the skeleton.

With both its eyes, it then cast a golden ray as bright as the light of the sun on Cleopatra’s body.

And the Queen returned to life in all her regal beauty and splendour.

“I am naked,” the Queen said as she looked down.

“Does your beauty really need to be covered with clothes?” The cobra asked in a voice as eloquent as that of Sir Laurence Olivier playing Hamlet.

“But I am a Queen,” Cleopatra protested, “Commoners mustn’t see me naked.”

. . .

The cobra brought the Queen’s handmaidens back to life and using royal gold buried with her, Cleopatra and her six handmaidens were astral projected by the cobra’s tongue to the fashion district of Paris France 🇫🇷 where they purchased neo-Classical Egyptian gowns from Christian Dior.

The seven Egyptian women left the salon fashion house dressed in their gowns while a group of recently resurrected male Egyptian slaves followed behind carrying a vast array of shopping bags.

“Cléopâtre,” the chauffeur of French President Emmanuel Macron exclaimed as he drove the President’s limo into a light post upon seeing the Egyptian queen.

The French President, who was in the backseat reading a National Geographic article on cougars, was unhurt.

. . .

The cobra astral projected himself along with his physical form to Ireland.

He went to the grounds of Down Cathedral in Downpatrick, County Down, Province of Armagh, Northern Ireland.

He stood by the stone that was reputed to be the burial marker for the reputed burial place of Saint Patrick.

The cobra hissed and spat on Saint Patrick’s grave.

It hissed, “Thou fool. Thy triumph was short lived. Only 16 centuries. And now the serpents have returned to Ireland.”

An old Englishman and his wife walked by observing this spectacle.

Said Cecil to his wife Marianne, “Well if snakes are going to talk, glad to see they’re talking in good old King James Bible English.”

. . .

The Golden Cobra stood on the Hill of Tara the seat of the High Kings of Ireland.

It stood atop the Lia Fail (Stone of Destiny) on this County Meath landmark.

The snake then drank a glass of Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale that was handed to him by Mulligan the Irish Zombie 🧟‍♂️ who was in a hypnotic state.

Mulligan’s boss the London based art curator and Oscar Wilde admirer Dashwood Forrest was on the nearby hill of Rath Maeve looking for Mulligan.

The goddess Maeve meanwhile joined the cobra atop the Lia Fail (Stone of Destiny) and a Saskatchewan Anglican priest who was also a clergyman in the Church of the Reformed Druids stood on a pair of giant stilts held up by a pair of clowns and looking down on the cobra and the goddess Maeve symbolically married the pair.

The Saskatchewan Anglican priest then found himself the victim of a human sacrifice a minute later much to his personal dismay.

The Church of the Reformed Druids was possibly not as reformed as he would have liked.

The Irish Celtic goddess Brigid then arrived on the scene and crowned the golden cobra High King of Ireland.

“And now yonder, my High Queen doth approach,” the Cobra used his astral third eye to see the beautiful Cleopatra dressed in a magnificent gown and walking across the Irish Sea.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Saturday March 17th


  1. Silent Hour said,

    “Well if snakes are going to talk, glad to see they’re talking in good old King James Bible English.”: Just one of the lines that made me laugh!

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thank you so much. 🙂

      Delighted to hear that a lot of my lines made you laugh. 😀

      • Silent Hour said,

        They are funny and are unpredictable. You never know who’s coming in through them!

  2. fragglerocking said,

    Dashwood Forrest!! 😂😂 well this was a trip, you forget to take your pills? 🤣

  3. George F. said,

    Astral projecting WITH the body tagging along. Hmmmm. Paul is going to have to learn this one…

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, the way Akira is carrying on these days, Paul is definitely going to have to learn this one. 😂

  4. ortensia said,

    Despite my watery eyes and the flu I had to read it and ,as usual ,I did right😎druids,Irish zombies,cleopatra,campiresses,all my favorites in one place 😍🤩☘️

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      It’s nice for a writer to know that when one of my readers is having a bad flu 🤧 🤒 day, my writing ✍️ is able to brighten up their day a bit. ☀️

      So let the Druids, Irish zombies, Cleopatras and vampiresses gather around. 😍🤩 ☘️

  5. RosemaryMarie said,

    Oh, how I enjoyed this! 😀 “…much to his personal dismay…” LOL! Your writing style is absolutely wonderful.

  6. doesitevenmatter3 said,

    HA! Love this! 😀 I gave it 5 *snort* laughs! 😀

    What’s cool about your writing is that it plays like an amazing (academy award-winning) movie in my head! Rich in characters and rich in dialogue and rich in story-lines!
    HUGS!!! 🙂

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thanks for the supreme compliment, Carolyn. 😀

      That my writing plays like an amazing Academy Award winning movie in your head. 🙂

      Just like my hero Orson Welles won the Best Original Screenplay Oscar for Citizen Kane. 😊

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