Dr. Marmalade Montague and The Alien Saviour

December 14, 2020 at 11:58 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, News, Religion, Science, Sorcery, The Occult, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

Set Enterprises’ eccentric researcher Dr. Marmalade Montague was talking to Set Enterprises’ chief scientist Dr. Cadbury Rocher.

“I’ve been studying cults and their methods of mind control,” Dr. Montague commented.

“That’s nice,” Dr. Rocher remarked as he was studying his great-grandmother’s recipe for duck a l’orange with which he intended to surprise his wife and family on Christmas Day.

“Did you know that there are a few cults that use drugs as a form of mind control?” Dr. Montague pointed out.

“I’ve heard that,” Dr. Rocher wondered why Sherrielock Holmes (his immortal and forever youthful great-grandmother) would add Bavarian wild mushrooms to Duck a l’Orange.

“Do you know there are some Vatican cardinals who are expecting the arrival of an alien saviour?” Montague had had this information relayed to him by Samhaim Cardinal Salaman.

“Do you mean alien as in immigrant refugee?” Dr. Rocher was baffled by the adding of cranberries to Duck a l’orange.

“No, alien as in ET,” Dr. Montague answered.

“ET?” Dr. Rocher looked up from the adding of black licorice whips, Welch’s blue grape juice and tomatoed buns to Duck a l’orange.

“As in Extraterrestrial visitor from another world,” Dr. Montague took off his tin foil Viking helmet with buffalo horns.

“Wow, that is different,” Dr. Rocher returned to his recipe.

“Do you suppose Pope Francis believes in an alien ET saviour since all indications are he doesn’t seem to believe in Jesus Christ as true God incarnate as man?” Dr. Montague inquired.

“I have no idea,” Dr. Rocher was wondering whether he shouldn’t try a recipe for lasagne a la Giordano Bruno that he had just found on the Internet rather than his great-grandmother’s recipe for Duck a l’orange.

“Do you suppose Pope Francis reads Chinese?” Montague inquired.

“Don’t know,” Dr. Montague phoned Lydo’s of London Chinese Food at 426-5050 Baker Street as he was starting to get the munchies after smoking his hybrid t-rex giraffe Julius’ Rastafarian peace pipe.

“Because he approved the CCP’s Chinese translation of the Bible to be used by the Catholic Church in China,” Dr. Montague pointed out.

“Well that would make more sense than approving a Hebridean Gaelic translation of the Bible to be used by the Catholic Church in China,” Dr. Rocher remarked.

“Well, you know the Gospel of John Chapter 8 verses 3 to 11 where the Pharisees present Christ with the woman taken in adultery and say she should be stoned (as in rocks thrown at her not in the psychedelic sense) to death in accordance with Moses’ law and Christ says, “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone” and so all the Pharisees left and didn’t stone her?” Dr. Montague explained.

“I seem to recall that story from Sunday School,” Dr. Rocher sipped some milk and ate some cookies.”

“Well in the CCP approved Chinese Bible translation of that chapter and verse, Jesus says, “I am a sinful man myself and even though I am a sinful man, I am going to fulfill the law” and he picks up the rocks and stones her to death himself,” Dr. Montague noted.

“What?” This time Dr. Rocher was genuinely shocked, “Jesus Christ is presented as both a sinful man and a murderer in the CCP Chinese Bible translation that Pope Francis approved?”.

“He is,” Dr. Montague nodded.

“Wow,” Dr. Rocher was stunned by this news.

“So maybe Francis is more a Vicar of an Alien Saviour rather than a Vicar of Christ,” Dr. Montague noted.

“And maybe someone in the Vatican wants to use drugs (like in a mind control cult that uses drugs for mind control),” Dr. Montague went on, “to get the world’s population to accept a supposedly alien ET saviour when he arrives.”

“How would you get most of the world’s population to use this drug to accept someone as an alien ET saviour?” Dr. Rocher asked.

“What,” Dr. Montague went on like an enthusiastic Sherlock Holmes at 221 B Baker Baker Street, “if it was put into a vaccine to battle what is called a worldwide pandemic?”.


This year’s 2020 Sci-Fi Cyborg Nativity Scene in Saint Peter’s Square:
Conditioning humanity to accept an Alien ET Saviour?


Aliens, aliens, everywhere and not a drop to drink?
But what about a drug rush?

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Monday December 14th
2020.

6 Comments

  1. Hetty Eliot said,

    Wow that creche thing is real…. Dear God that is disturbing on a number of levels. On the other hand, my mother in law, who is very proud of her devout Irish Catholic heritage, said Jesus was an alien come to teach us to be nice. So maybe she was actually ahead of her time.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Jesus is certainly out of this world in the sense that He is an Incarnation of the 2nd Person of the Trinity come into this world.

      However in addition to the Pope Francis approved CCP Chinese translation of the Bible in which Jesus is presented in the Gospel of John Chapter 8 as being a sinful man and a murderer (a news item I actually came across 6 weeks ago but only got around to dealing with now) being true, there are also a few Vatican Cardinals and a few Jesuit astronomers who actually believe Jesus is an alien ET Saviour in a Sci-Fi revamp of the ancient Arian heresy in which Jesus is just a creature rather than the Incarnation of the 2nd Person of the Trinity.

      I’ve known about these people since 2014 but they seem to have vanished into the woodwork back in 2017 but they seem to be coming back out of the closet again now right at the same time the vaccines for the CCP Wuhan virus are being rolled out.

  2. Jessica E. Larsen said,

    Duck a l’orange somehow keep showing me an image of Peking Duck in orange sauce. I guess it’s similar… 🤔

    And is it really possible for a pope not to believe in the bible’s teaching? Such hypocrisy, he should step down from his high seat.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      In my mind, I likewise picture duck a l’orange as Peking Duck in orange sauce. 😀

      I agree 100%, Jessica.

      The Pope should step down from his high seat.

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