The Camp Fire of Cthulhu: A Poem

November 15, 2018 at 11:55 pm (Folklore, Geopolitics and International Relations, Horror, International Intrigue, News, Poetry, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , )

Cthulhu had recently started fires in northern California
now tired of this particular spectacle
Cthulhu swung around continents and across oceans
Past straits and across seas to the eastern Mediterranean shore
There he noticed Zeus’ Kraken Scion of Apollyon burrowing into tunnels
in the Gaza Strip

The fallen Archangel Samael
The Talmudic angel of death
The Satan mentioned in the Book of Job
(that one time it wasn’t the Satan who is also Lucifer the Devil)
A former angelic prosecuting attorney
and a Prime Minister in the celestial realms of Heaven
turned Transgendered back in 1931
and went to live in Mexico
where he is worshipped as Santa Muerte (the female but really Transgendered Saint Death) the god and deity of drug dealers
and drug gangs throughout the Americas
Recently Samael Satan Santa Muerte took a holiday in Israel
and showed up as a snake in the cracks of the Western Wall
on the Temple Mount
and chased a pigeon trying to eat it

Not one to eat pigeon pie or humble pie
the Celtic stag god Cernunnos went hunting in Europe
he hunted humans and killed them
and made trophies of their heads and drank their blood
and said, “I have seen the future and it’s me.”

-An occultic poem
written by Christopher
Thursday November 15th
2018

8 Comments

  1. velvetscreams said,

    Geez!…what a story😮😮…

  2. David Redpath said,

    Like Leonard Cohen;
    “I’ve seen the future
    . . . and it is murder.”

  3. Hyperion said,

    There is something quite appealing to being a snake nestled in the western wall. What fun one could have popping out and hissing at special moments during a devotee’s prayer. Naturally, Israel would suspect the secret terror society, Humus. Lots of potential for mischief there. As for Cernunnos, for god’s sake stay out of the forest! 😲

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, who would throw the first arrow?

      Cernunnos or human hunters?

      And who would wind up in whose trophy case first?👾

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