Mephistopheles and Baal Outside Jerusalem

April 4, 2021 at 10:03 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , )

On a hilltop outside Jerusalem almost 2000 years ago.

“He seems to have risen from the dead,” Baal remarked wistfully.

“This wasn’t exactly part of our plans,” Mephistopheles replied.

“Who’s going to tell him?” Baal spoke of His Most Luciferic and Satanic Majesty.

“Let’s see who draws the shortest straw,” Mephistopheles walked over to a camel carrying a pile of straw on his back.

“Who will draw the straw first?” Baal asked.

“Age before beauty,” Mephistopheles bowed and stepped aside leaving Baal to do the initial honours.

Baal drew a straw.

“Now, my turn,” Mephistopheles drew a straw.

The camel fell down and writhed in agony after Mephistopheles drew a straw.

“That appears to be the straw that broke the camel’s back,” Mephistopheles remarked.

“Trying to coin a new saying are you?” Baal was sarcastic as he looked at the two straws in comparison and then uttered “Shit!”.

Beelzebub (whose name meant “Lord of the Flies” but was really just a nice way of saying “Lord of The Dung Heap”) arrived on the scene after Baal said “Shit!” thinking that Baal had called him.

“I got the short end of the straw,” said Baal and handed the short straw to Beelzebub.

“What do you want me to do with this?” Beelzebub asked.

“Take it to our lord,” Baal said in reference to His Most Luciferic and Satanic Majesty, “and tell him that He (Christ the enemy of the fallen angels and the demons) has risen from the dead.”

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Easter Sunday
Sunday April 4th
2021.

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