Isis In Rome

October 13, 2014 at 10:12 pm (Commentary, Geopolitics and International Relations, Horror, News, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Isis In Rome

The ancient Egyptian Vampiress Isis sat on top of the obelisk in Saint Peter’s Square in Rome wearing a red blouse, short black leather skirt, black silk pantyhose and super spiked black stiletto high-heeled shoes.

She checked her prototype Apple iWatch (given her as a gift from the CEO of Apple ahead of next year’s release date for the general public) and read on her News ticker that the Aztec vampire princess Qonzilqointec’s plane had arrived safely in Mexico City on its way back from London, England.


She’d have to hire a better bomb maker next time.

In the distance, she noted a giant vampire bat entering one of the apartment windows of the Vatican.

“The fun and games look like they’re about to start now,” the Egyptian Vampiress thought to herself.

Isis stood atop the point of the obelisk and balanced herself on her right super spiked stiletto high-heeled shoe and then turned into a giant vampire bat herself and flew in the direction of the same Vatican apartment.

. . .

Cardinal JM was in the dining room of his apartment entertaining the deputy Russian Ambassador to Italy.

His openly gay secretary Father Oliver Thomas Wardenclyffe was in his own bedroom in an adjacent apartment entertaining an episcopal member of the Synod of Bishops on The Family and getting him to change his mind on the nature of homosexual relationships.

Father Wardenclyffe was doing an excellent impersonation of Captain James T. Kirk of the U.S.S. Enterprise as he was boldly going where no man had gone before.

Cardinal JM was entertaining the deputy Russian Ambassador to Italy with a lavish dinner because the Cardinal had been asked by Pope Francis to engage in diplomatic talks between officials of Russia and Ukraine to see if a permanent peace deal could not be reached in the current civil war in eastern Ukraine.

Cardinal JM was going to his study to reach for an old book he had on The History of the Crimean War 1853-1856 in order to quote to the deputy Russian Ambassador from it.

In order to reach his study, he’d have to pass through the bedroom of his apartment first.

As he walked through his bedroom, he noticed standing there was the ancient Babylonian Vampiress Ishtar wearing a red silk lace lingerie nightgown.

Ishtar grabbed him with her long red painted fingernails and threw him on top of his bed, ripped off his Cardinal’s robes and made love to him.

Meanwhile back in the dining room of the Cardinal’s apartment, the deputy Russian Ambassador to Italy was helping himself to some more scalloped potatoes and seafood lasagna when suddenly a rustling came through the curtains of the dining room.

Standing there was the Egyptian Vampiress Isis in her red blouse, black leather mini skirt, black silk pantyhose and black super spiked stiletto high- heeled shoes.

The deputy Russian Ambassador to Italy hadn’t felt such a ping since he had once taken two Viagara tablets by mistake instead of two Aspirins just before bedtime.

The Vampiress Isis used her black silk nylon clad left leg to clear the food, dishes and cutlery off the dining room table.

She then grabbed the deputy Russian Ambassador by his neck with her own long nocturnal black painted fingernails and threw him on top of the dining room table and then bit his neck and drained his body of blood.

As he struggled, the deputy Russian Ambassador pushed a secret button on the side of Cardinal JM’s dining room table.

The button was Cardinal JM’s way of dealing with annoying dinner guests.

As the Cardinal put on a pair of totally dark goggles, he’d push the button and a surprise on a string came down from a secret hole in the ceiling and dangled in front of the annoying guest or guests.

For the Cardinal who was a collector of Classical Greek antiquities had the real Medusa the Gorgon’s Head in his collection.

It was the Head dangling on the string that was the surprise for the Cardinal’s annoying dinner guests.

After the deputy Russian Ambassador to Italy had pushed the secret button and the Cardinal’s Surprise came down from the ceiling, the Vampiress Isis proved the falsity of that saying, “You can’t squeeze blood from a stone.”

– To be continued.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Monday October 13th

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