Huchuysisa At Luxor

August 12, 2020 at 11:10 pm (Film, Geopolitics and International Relations, Ghost Story, History, International Intrigue, Mythology, News, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , )


The Inca Vampiress Huchuysisa standing in front of one of the pillars of the Temple of Luxor

The Inca vampiress Huchuysisa stood alongside one of the pillars of the Temple of Luxor.

Approaching her was the ghost of Orson Welles who was walking with the ghost of a man who looked to be dressed in the garb of a classical Greek warrior.

Welles’ ghost was wearing spectral dark sunglasses and appeared to have lost weight the past week by a steady diet of spectral vegan plant based camelburgers.

“Look who I’ve found,” Welles’ ghost flashed a wide smile as he took off his spectral sunglasses.

“Who?” Huchuysisa asked.

“The ghost of Alexander the Great,” Welles introduced the ancient Greek king and conquerer, “Apparently the Greek god Zeus asked his brother Hades to release Alex from the realm of Hades back in January. Hades consented and Alex had gone on a Mediterranean cruise to see what the modern Mediterranean looked like. And wouldn’t you know it, this wretched CCP virus (which WHO has mandated everyone should call the Covid-19 virus so that’s why I’m not doing it) struck. Poor Alex’s ship was sailing aimlessly for months. It was finally allowed to dock in Alexandria after Alexander had to bribe a whole bunch of officials with a bunch of rare and valuable ancient Greek drachma coins that Charon the Styx river ferryman had neglected to remove from Alex’s mouth when he was crossing the Rivers Styx and Acheron after kicking the bucket centuries ago.”

“What is Alexander doing here at Luxor?” Huchuysisa asked.

“He’s come to see the Temple of Luxor where he had himself crowned Pharaoh of Egypt centuries ago,” Welles replied as he lit a spectral Cuban cigar.

“But some scholars claim he was never actually crowned Pharaoh of Egypt here,” Huchuysisa pointed out, “That he never got south of Memphis. That he was only crowned conceptually and not in person here. He got himself crowned conceptually at Luxor since being crowned Pharaoh at Luxor was the Egyptian Pharaohonic thing to do. And Alexander wanted to do it.”

“Is that true, Alex?” Welles’ ghost pulled a large spectral bottle of red wine out of his coat pocket.

“I don’t know,” Alexander’s ghost shrugged, “I can’t remember. I drank a little from the River Lethe (the river of forgetfulness in the Underworld). Not as much as my fellow spectral travellers who were with me did. I do remember much but there’s quite a bit I have forgotten.”

“I wonder,” Welles’ ghost poured himself a spectral glass of spectral red wine, “if Joe Biden ever stumbled and bumbled his way down to the River Lethe in the Underworld and mistaking it for the Pierian Spring, he drank deeply from it.”

The winged horse Pegasus flew by the vampiress and the ghostly duo.

Meanwhile down in his basement, Joe Biden mistaking his pot smoking cactus plant (which was a gift to him from some crazy Australian named Uncle Ernie who had taken way too many cuttings off his adopted nephew’s pet pot cactus plants) for his wife asked the plant, “Dear, who was it I named my Vice-Presidential running mate again? I’ve forgotten.”

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Wednesday August 12th
2020.

14 Comments

  1. Apple Rae said,

    The right amount of history and humor and creativity all wrapped up in a captivating chapter like this. I know only a few geniuses and i am certain youโ€™re one of them, Chris. No one can connect fiction to reality the way you do in the most original and authentic way. โœจ

    I wonder if the souls who have reincarnated over and over again also drank in the river lethe to forget who they were thus explaining why the majority of humans are unaware? And if thatโ€™s the case, can oblivion be converted to consciousness and remember everything in the past that could help you in fulfilling your true north or destiny in this lifetime? Idk if that makes any sense but anyway, this is thought provoking!

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thank you very much, Apple. ๐Ÿ™‚โœจ

      I don’t personally believe in reincarnation since the Apostle Paul wrote, “It’s appointed unto man once to die and after this the judgement.”

      Plus at Christ’s return, our bodies and souls are supposed to be re-united with our once mortal body becoming a glorified body like Christ’s Resurrection body.

      If we’ve gone through several lifetimes and several bodies, then our Resurrection body will probably end up looking like a Pablo Picasso painting with an ear where the nose should be and an eye where one of our big toes should be.

      But my own theory of space and time which I’ve been working on in my mind since I was 12 years old with space/time able to bend, it is possible for our own lives to intersect with lives of others who lived in the past (and even with lives of others who live in the future).

      That’s why some of us think that we ourselves have lived before and even why some of us occasionally have premonitions of what’s going to happen to someone in the future.

      For example there’s a 19th Century Church of England clergyman the Rev. Robert Stephen Hawker who was known as the Vicar of Morwenstow whose life I’ve discovered the past few months has intersected with mine in the space/time continuum.

      I was not this man nor will this man become me but somehow our lives intersected for reasons known only to God.

      God who lives outside space/time in an eternal Now where past, present and future do not exist as it does for us.

  2. Jessica E. Larsen said,

    Love this chapter. I feel inspired by the history mention in it and the river. I can imagine a lot of people drowning in misery wanting a cup of that water.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thanks, Jessica. ๐Ÿ™‚

      Yes, there are a lot of people with unpleasant memories who’d love to drink a cup of water from that river.

      • Jessica E. Larsen said,

        I surely will be one of those people in the past, but I’m glad I didn’t have a cup of it, because I learn from everything I went through.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, same here. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Kritika said,

    Uncle Ernie mixed that water in the cactus plant?

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, it wouldn’t surprise me in the least if Uncle Ernie watered that cactus plant with water from the River Lethe before giving it to Joe Biden. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ

  4. David Redpath said,

    “You can’t keep a bad Uncle Ernie down.
    He’s very naughty, and seems to pop up
    everywhere.”
    ~ Zorba the Regurgitator
    (Spartan hairdresser to the Stars)

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Zorba the Regurgitator. ๐Ÿค”

      I don’t think I’ll ask what he’s regurgitating. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

  5. David Redpath said,

    Zorba is famous for his retro styling.
    He’s given Cumalita, Uncle Ernie’s
    drag queen persona, a stunning
    makeover, complete with a Farah
    Fawcett blow job ๐Ÿ™ˆ

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      That sounds like a major operation being performed on someone who’s not a $6 million man. ๐Ÿค‘

      • David Redpath said,

        No. In fact, Uncle Ernie comes
        very cheap.
        Amongst his close associates
        (he really doesn’t have friends, as
        such), Uncle Ernie is often referred
        to as the Sixty Second Man โŒš ๐Ÿค”

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        He comes and he goes. ๐Ÿงซ

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