Pan Goatee’s Latest Astral Projection Encounters Powerful Force

July 5, 2013 at 5:49 pm (Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , )

Serial killing satyr Pan Goatee decided he’d once again astral project to the Vatican- this time with his new found friend the spirit of Neb-Senu who possessed the moving ancient Egyptian statue in the Manchester Museum.

 

But this time as he tried it, some powerful force or possibly a powerful entity prevented him from entering the Vatican grounds.

 

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Earlier that day, Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI had jointly consecrated a new statue of Saint Michael The Archangel in the Vatican.

 

To be continued.

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The Moving Statue

June 27, 2013 at 4:31 pm (Horror, Humour, Mystery, Mystery/horror, News, Poetry, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

As Pan Goatee serial killer slashed the fat ugly female cyclist to death

making sure the aesthetically facially challenged blimp was devoid of breath,

the statue of Neb-Senu

being from planet Nibiru

moved in its glass case in Manchester 

dancing like Jack Benny’s butler Rochester

in this museum inspired by the Muses nine 

spirit beings found it fine

especially entity Neb-Senu

when he moved from Park Avenue

when the Wall Street banker he did possess

lost an encounter with a bus in much distress

so it returned to its statuely home 

devoid of constantly ringing phone 

into the statuette donated in 1933 

the year Hitler took Germany 

and stamped it with his destiny 

a statue made about 1800 B.C. 

when desert devil gods roamed free 

and the Nile River took its star Sirius-ly

what rough beast?  Its hour come round at last 

stops at McDonald’s for breakfast? 

one slouching towards Bethlehem 

waiting to be born 

a statue that moves 

at blast of car horn.  

It eventually moves 180 degrees 

but moves even more 

at a patron’s sneeze.

 

-A poem written by Christopher 

 Wednesday afternoon 

 June 26th 2013

 inspired by reports 

 of a moving Egyptian statue 

 in a Manchester museum.

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