Holy Saturday In Rome and The Blue Paschal Moon

March 31, 2018 at 10:45 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, News, Religion, Science-Fiction, Technology, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , )

Holy Saturday In Rome and The Blue Paschal Moon

It was the evening of Holy Saturday in Rome- the day between Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

As a great spotlight shone on the dome of Saint Peter’s Basilica, speakers 🔊 in Saint Peter’s Square played the John Lennon song Imagine… “no Hell below us, above us only sky…”

And in the square, the Egyptian vampiress Isis wearing a red evening dress approached her husband, brother and lover Osiris who was standing next to the obelisk in Saint Peter’s Square.

He was dressed in white robes with gold sequins around his neck and on the white sleeves of his arms.

Isis smiled as she approached him, “The board of directors of Palmyra Analytica have informed me that Dr. Cadbury Rocher has successfully built the 3-D printer that will re-build the Temple of Solomon.”

“Excellent, now all we have to do is get the Israelis to agree to our terms,” Osiris beamed as bright as the Blue Paschal Moon in the sky.

The square speakers started playing the song Blue Moon as sang by Billie Holliday.

“What about the Palestinians?” the vampiress Isis asked.

“That’s going to be a little more difficult,” Osiris acknowledged.

The speakers suddenly interrupted with a news bulletin saying that the Ancient Greek winged horse Pegasus had landed on the Temple Mount.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Saturday March 31st


  1. shєrríє dє vαlєríα said,

    Some priests claimed there are no such thing as Hell as the Church the one that had created it to control the people. A Mass Construction of Mind Manipulation, they said.

    They even claimed that there are no such thing as the Devil.
    Really? …

    Another wonderful blog, Chris!

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thanks, Sherry.

      Yes, priests who say there is no Hell and no such being as the Devil are really out to lunch.

      • shєrríє dє vαlєríα said,

        A strange thing to be a priest who did not believe in their own work … no wonder nowadays it is hard to find an exorcist or so what I have heard from the church members here. Too few of them and the spiritual wars are getting worse in times and no one is there to help … Eerily scary reality that if not one priest can do it … then who can cast the demons out???

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        That’s a very good point, Sherrie.

        And indeed there seems to be an exorcist shortage all over the world.

        Some bishops are demanding that more courses in exorcism be offered to priests so that every diocese in the world can have at least one exorcist if not more.

      • shєrríє dє vαlєríα said,

        But, what sort of qualification can an exorcist have? I mean really. Anyone can study medicine. but only one came one a very successful doctor. Where else the others just do not have the real talent because they simple just do not have a healing hand …

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        That’s a very very very good point, Sherrie.

        Not everyone can be a doctor.

        And most definitely not everyone can be an exorcist.

        I remember once Malachi Martin did an interview with Saskatchewan writer, journalist and broadcaster Bernard Jantzen in which he said what matter of person someone had to be in order to be an exorcist.

        It was the best list of qualifications for an exorcist I ever heard.

        My dad had ordered a series of audio tapes from Triumph Communications in Saskatchewan of The Bernard Janzen-Malachi Martin Interviews.

        The series of 3 or 4 audiotapes was called The Spiritual Warfare Series.

        But I remember one audiotape did cover exorcism in which Malachi listed the qualifications for a successful exorcist.

        I think those interviews can now be found on YouTube if you google Malachi Martin-Bernard Jantzen Interviews in The YouTube Search Engine.

      • shєrríє dє vαlєríα said,

        Saw those vids on Malachi in YouTube.
        The other day saw a vid where it was claimed that Malachi was a liar and an evil priest that manipulated people. How the Devil turns things around against good people … really … when MEDIA nowadays are a one of a very dangerously powerful tool of destruction if one knows how to use it well.

        But, anyway, Malachi never cares and to him mostly important is that only GOD knows the truth and he helps whomever he can.

        Yes, AMEN to that!

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, I remember when Malachi Martin wrote the book The Jesuits in which he said many Jesuit leaders were promoting Marxism under the guise of calling it Liberation Theology, some Jesuits started circulating the story that Malachi Martin had left the priesthood to have an affair with a married woman. Which was a lie.

        Later when Malachi Martin told American TV interviewer Merv Griffin that one of the most important geopolitical issues of our time was the survival of the State of Israel 🇮🇱, stories started circulating that Malachi was a Mossad agent and a stooge of a worldwide Jewish conspiracy.

        But you’re right- God does know the truth.


      • shєrríє dє vαlєríα said,

        Well, when the evil people who worked for the devil wanted good people like Malachi fall down, they will find some means and cruel ways to destroy you.

        And that exactly what they did to our beloved Jesus. Destroyed the Son of God by betrayal and greed …

        And yes, only God does know the truth.

  2. Anne J. said,

    I must get the other novel. 😊 I did finish the Sherlock fan fiction and left a review. 😁

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Oh, thank you very much, Anne. 😊

      I’ll go to my Amazon site and read your review.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Hi Anne,

      Where was it you wrote the review of my Sherlock Holmes fan fiction book?

      I went to Amazon to read it but I notice it wasn’t there.

      Was it at another site you reviewed it?


      • Anne J. said,

        Hi. I’m sure it was Amazon. I did it after I finish reading the Kindle edition. I’ll check my Goodreads though. My Amazon is on my married surname, Van Der Merwe, if I’m not mistaken.

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