Maria Orsic and Franz Kohler In The Inca Temple of Doom

May 10, 2022 at 9:40 pm (Archaeology, Espionage, Geopolitics and International Relations, History, International Intrigue, News, The Occult, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , )

Nazi vampire Franz Kohler of the SS Ahnenerbe Occult Bureau and Maria Orsic of the Vril Society in an Inca temple in 1946.

The year was 1946.

The war was over.

And Franz Kohler of the Nazi SS Ahnenerbe Occult Bureau was in South America.

He was now a vampire.

Having been turned into a vampire by the ancient Babylonian vampiress Lilith in Berlin in the dying days of the Third Reich.

As for Maria Orsic the head of the Germanic Vril Society (a society made up of female psychics and mystics), she had been turned into an immortal by the Norse god Odin in Munich in 1923.

Odin had given her a cup of ambrosia to drink that he had won from the Greek god Zeus during a poker game in Paris.

Maria Orsic and Franz Kohler were currently in an unknown (to the world at large) Inca temple in northwestern Argentina.

The temple was dedicated to the Inca earth mother goddess Pachamama.

Inside the temple was a statue of Pachamama that was said could be used to summon Pachamama herself.

British archaeologist Digby Spencer Churchill (a distant cousin of Winston’s) was hunting for the statue.

Kohler as a dedicated Nazi did not want the statue to fall into the hands of the British and especially not into the hands of the Churchill family.

Unfortunately for Kohler and Orsic as they flew into the region by plane the map they had been given was drawn by a blind man who suffered from amnesia and had not been in the region since childhood.

Thus they were somewhat behind Digby Spencer Churchill in getting to the small statue.

They looked down into the bottom chamber of the temple with their guns drawn and saw Digby picking up the small statue.

“All right, Digby, put down that statue and put your hands up,” Kohler commanded.

“What happens if I don’t?” Digby inquired.

“We’ll shoot you dead,” Kohler replied.

Digby put down the statue but instead of putting his hands up, he reached into his own pocket and pulled out a gun and began firing at the vampire.

“Unfortunately for you, Digby, I’m a vampire so your bullets unless they’re silver are totally useless against me,” Kohler grinned.

“So that’s what my mother must have meant when she told me to get the lead out,” Digby reflected out loud.

“On the other hand, you did thoroughly wreck and ruin a nice 100,000 pesos suit,” Kohler looked at the bullet holes in his jacket and pants.

Kohler then shot Digby 5 or 6 times (he wasn’t sure how many cartridges the gun held and lost count).

“Bloody Hell,’ Digby sputtered, “Shooting a fellow before he’s had the chance to enjoy his afternoon tea. Awfully unsporting of you.”

Those were the final words Digby spoke before he kicked the bucket.

The bucket after Digby had kicked it landed on top of the statue and smashed it into a thousand pieces.

“Bloody Hell,” Kohler broke into an apoplectic vampiric fit.

“Perhaps,” Maria Orsic suggested, “If we take it to a Jesuit seminary somewhere in Argentina, they might know how to put it back together again.”

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Tuesday May 10th
2022.

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