Reblog of Renfield R. Renfield Uncovers The 3rd Secret of Fatima

June 26, 2020 at 10:39 pm (Espionage, Geopolitics and International Relations, History, International Intrigue, News, Romance, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , )

It was 20 years ago today the Vatican supposedly released The Third Secret of Fatima. They didn’t. Only the vision not the text. In November 2018, I found the text of the secret in the full message of Our Lady of Akita to a Japanese nun Sister Agnes.

Dracul Van Helsing

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz made the announcement that a 70 year old retired Austrian colonel had been spying for the Russians since the early 1990s.

British MP Renfield R. Renfield had heard from his sources about the spy even before Chancellor Kurz had.

Renfield also heard from those same sources that the retired Austrian colonel had in his briefcase a copy of the original Third Secret of Fatima (a prophecy about the future that was supposed to have been spoken by the Virgin Mary Mother of Jesus to 3 shepherd children at Fatima, Portugal 101 years ago back in 1917).

Italian journalist Antonio Socci had made the claim back in the last decade that the Vatican had only revealed the vision associated with the Third Secret back on June 26th 2000. It had never actually revealed the words spoken by Mary to the 3 children he claimed.

Renfield had heard…

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  1. Kritika said,

    The prophecy so matches the current events.
    The dress is the perfect hiding place for the briefcase.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, Kritika, the prophecy does very much match current events..

      And you’re right, the train on vampiress Inna Huculak’s dress is so long, it is a good place under which to hide a briefcase. πŸ˜‚

  2. Nancy Nelson said,


  3. Anonymole said,

    I’ve picked up Dracula from and am trying to read it (first time). Bram Stoker’s writing is a bit bloated, but I attribute that to the age & era. I’m compelled to skip the whole Lucy/Mina back and forth blather, ugh.

    But the epistolary take is interesting. And the Renfield section with the flies and spiders and sparrows now gives meaning to all the other stories and movies I’ve seen of the theme.

    Sad how none of the movies (that I know of) portray Dracula in the way the book does, a six and a half foot tall, skeletal menace with gleaming red eyes, an iron grip and momentous strength.

    And the fact that, so far at least, Dracula commands the wolves and is not in peril from them.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, it’s been about 20 years since I last read Dracula.

      But Stoker’s writing I remember does comes across as rather bloated.

      And the Renfield sections were very interesting.

      My own character of Renfield many people think I named after Stoker’s.

      But I actually named him after a pet hamster that was owned by a friend of mine who ran a used a book store in Manitou Springs, Colorado.

      His name was Renfield.

      During my early vampire novels, my own character of Renfield could shapeshift between being a human and being a hamster.

      He doesn’t do it so much anymore although he still has the ability to do it.

      It would be interesting to see Dracula portrayed as a six foot and a half tall skeletal menace with gleaming red eyes, an iron grip and momentous strength.

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