The Disembodied Head At CERN

November 16, 2019 at 11:50 pm (Horror, Science-Fiction, The Occult, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) ()

The Disembodied Head At CERN

Inside the CERN Large Hadron collider, scientists watched in horror as the disembodied head of a silver haired Jesuit priest with a hook nose floated in mid-air on their screens (showing the tunnel) in their computer room.

The head which was surrounded by roaring flames suddenly opened its mouth and an enormous black raven flew out of the mouth and attacked one of the scientists pecking out both of the scientist’s eyes.

“Well, I guess you won’t have to worry about keeping your appointment with your optometrist next week,” the scientist (next to the screaming individual with no eyes) remarked.

The head opened its mouth again and a giant black cat emerged and ripped the heart out of the scientist who made the remark about the appointment.

The Aztec feathered serpent god Quetzalcoatl appeared and ate the heart.

“Does this mean we’ve finally been successful at opening the door to another dimension?” A scientist (who had not yet been attacked by objects jumping out of the disembodied head’s mouth) commented.

The disembodied priest’s head once more opened its mouth and a fierce looking red dragon flew out.

The dragon turned into a beautiful exotic looking woman who ate the other dimension seeking scientist with her teeth.

The 4th (and sole remaining) scientist in the room thought he better get to Hell out of there.

Before he did so, he took some photos of the disembodied priest’s head with his smart phone.

He left the room locking it behind him.

The room burst into flames with a fiery breath from the disembodied Jesuit priest’s mouth.

Later at home, the last survivor of the evening shift quartet at that particular lab at CERN used the facial recognition app on his computer to try to identify who the disembodied head of the silver haired Jesuit priest with the hook nose belonged to.

He discovered the disembodied head belonged to Pierre Teilhard de Chardin a French Jesuit priest and paleontologist noted for being involved in discovering Piltdown Man (later acknowledged as an evolutionary hoax) and Peking Man (whose bones became lost during World War II and quite conveniently after other evolutionary scientists besides Teilhard and his associates expressed interest in examining them).

Teilhard was also responsible for formulating the ideas of the Omega Point and Noosphere.

The Jesuit priest died on Easter Sunday 1955 in New York City.

Teilhard’s theological teachings were often cited by Pope Francis in his 2015 encyclical Laudato si.

-A vampire novel chapter 
written by Christopher 
Saturday November 16th
2019.

10 Comments

  1. Jessica said,

    This episode makes me break out in goosebumps! Too many freaky scenes! 😱

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, it’s more of a horror story than my usual writing.

      I had a really bad day yesterday so I let it out in writing a story more akin to Edgar Allan Poe’s tales.

      Hence the raven and the black cat and a disembodied head.

      • Jessica said,

        Oh my gosh, you’re gets scary when you’re having a bad day…scary writing aside, I hope you have a great day today 🙂

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Thank you. ❤

        Yes, I’ve had good days since then, Jessica. 🙂

        So my writing has returned to its usual funny self. 😂

      • Jessica said,

        😂 But I like them scary too… but I guess I’m addicted to anything that makes me laugh.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        That’s good to hear. 😀

  2. David Redpath said,

    Where does the Vatican get these
    people? Antichrists-R-Us! 🤔

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, David, the Vatican are entitled to special discounts 🤑🤑🤑at Antichrists-R-Us. 🧐

  3. David Redpath said,

    And cheaper by the dozen 💵 👿

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