Osiris and The Lost Nag Hammadi Scroll

November 25, 2016 at 6:24 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, Mythology, News, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Osiris and The Lost Nag Hammadi Scroll

The ancient Egyptian vampire Osiris was in his Rome apartment enjoying a spaghetti omelette along with a bowl of Kellog’s Rice Crispies.

He had had an eventful four years since his return to Earth from the star system of Sirius back in 2012.

His returning space ship had disintegrated (with him aboard) when a Russian nuclear sub had fired a laser death ray at it.

Fortunately for him, the famous Swiss scientist Dr. Fahrenheit Celsius had been present in a nearby row boat with a working replica model of the CERN Large Hadron Collider that was able to gather up all the disintegrated atomic and sub-atomic particles.

At Halloween 2014, he Osiris had been resurrected again after his particles were put back together again by Dr. Cadbury Rocher (Normally Dr. Rocher worked for Osiris’ evil brother and brother-in-law Set but the two had had a falling out that month over financial funding for Dr. Rocher’s beloved Pegasus Project).

When Osiris had been re-assembled that Halloween but with a certain part of his anatomy missing (the same part of his anatomy that had gone missing millennia ago when Isis had put him back together after Set had dismembered him), that led to marital problems with his wife and sister Isis.

So Isis continued to live in Paris and he Osiris moved to Rome.

Since that time, Osiris had become interested in the matter of a lost Nag Hammadi scroll.

It had apparently become separated from the other scrolls in the 12 leather bound papyrus codices that were found near the Upper Egyptian town of Nag Hammadi in 1945.

The scroll was believed to be the Gnostic Gospel of The Wedding said to recount the marriage ceremony between Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene that certain Gnostic groups believed had taken place.

Osiris had gotten in touch with a Russian Jesuit priest Father Augustus Adonais who worked in the Vatican Archives.

Father Adonais believed that the Gospel of The Wedding had wound up in the Vatican Archives shortly after Carl Jung’s death in 1961 (The Carl Gustav Jung Institute in Zurich had purchased the Gnostic Gospels of the Nag Hammadi Scrolls in 1951).

The phone rang.

Osiris wiped the spaghetti and scrambled eggs off his chin and walked over to pick up the receiver.

It was Father Augustus Adonai phoning to tell him that he had found the Gospel of The Wedding.

He had found it underneath an envelope marked Pope Pius X’s Vision of What The Future Antichrist and Future False Prophet Will Look Like.

“Anyways, your Most Exalted Ancient Egyptian Majesty,” Father Augustus Adonais spoke, “I found a passage in the Gospel of The Wedding that might interest you.”

Father Adonais read him the passage.

Apparently Simon Peter objected most vigourously to the upcoming marriage between Jesus and Mary Magdalene.

Said Peter in the Gospel, “Be it far from thee, O Lord. Verily, verily, I say unto you that if you go through with this, one of your descendants will be wearing red spider monkey fur on his head for a hairpiece.”

Osiris looked at the TV screen where Donald Trump was giving an interview and hair was falling off of his head during the interview.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Friday November 25th
2016.

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Osiris’ Vision For One World Government

November 12, 2015 at 8:50 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, Mythology, News, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , )

Osiris’ Vision For One World Government

Having got his mojo back recently (after paying his arch-enemy brother’s top research scientist Dr. Cadbury Rocher a huge amount of money to re-attach a certain long lost body part), Osiris was sitting in a Rome night club hoping to get it on with the ladies.

A drunken diplomat who sat next to him up at the bar said to him, “Excuse me, sir, I was just having a conversation with my friend here,” he gestured to the empty seat next to him, “about what form a one- world government should take if one should ever happen to come into place. What form do you think it will take?.”

Osiris had been brushing up on world history ever since he had been brought back into material existence by the accelerated high particle beams of an ET laser death ray gun fired in reverse a year ago this past Halloween.

Thus he was able to answer the question.

“Well,” Osiris dropped an ancient cyclops’ eyeball into his martini, “I don’t think either an extreme laissez-faire capitalism nor a Soviet style Communism shall succeed in establishing a one-world government.”

“No, what will succeed then?” The diplomat bought another round of drinks for himself and his invisible bunny rabbit friend sitting next to him.

“I believe it will be a globalized form of German National Socialism,” Osiris answered, “but one that will be truly global and not Germanic. It will be the political and economic system of the Third Reich on a world-wide scale but one devoid of its racial theories and notions of racial superiority. In this globalized form of an international National Socialism, all races and ethnic groups will be accepted. It will be certain individuals that will be persecuted but for their beliefs and not for their racial or ethnic backgrounds- individuals who do not follow the global hive mindset (what Teilhard de Chardin would probably consider an Incarnation of his Noosphere). Those individuals will be persecuted and maybe eliminated.
The rest will follow the world leader without question under the slogan One Planet One People One Leader.
And of course instead of doing everything for the Fatherland, they will do everything for Mother Earth.”

“Wow,” the diplomat pondered this for a moment and then turned to his invisible friend (who had not touched his Harvey Wallbanger), “what do you think about that, Harvey, old boy?”.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Thursday November 12th
2015.

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