Princess Ayesha and The Battle In The Skies

December 22, 2020 at 11:57 pm (Folklore, Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, Mythology, News, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )


The Ethiopian Princess Ayesha with her flying spear Asimati T’ori and her snowy owl Tammuz in a battle in the clouds surrounded by holographic constellations

The Ethiopian princess Ayesha was a direct descendant of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba.

She was in possession of her ancestor’s shield The Golden Shield of The Double Headed Phoenix.

Solomon had once encountered a double headed Phoenix and was so impressed, he had a shield (made of gold) bearing this image.

The shield had been made by Hephaestus the Greek god of fire and forge.

Solomon’s ring which allowed him to control demons also allowed him to control the gods and goddesses of the world’s various religions.

So he forced Hephaestus to make him a shield of gold bearing the image of the double headed phoenix.

And the shield was now in the possession of his descendant Princess Ayesha of Ethiopia.

Ayesha also had a spear Asimati T’ori that allowed her to fly above the clouds.

In these flights, Ayesha was accompanied by her personal snowy owl named Tammuz who had the ability to fly higher than an eagle.

She had heard that an alien ET saviour (expected by a few Jesuit astronomers and Vatican Cardinals and some said by the Communist Pope Francis himself) would soon be arriving on Earth.

This alien ET saviour was said to be in alliance with Apophis the Egyptian serpent god of chaos.

Holographic images of the constellations were being projected down on to the clouds lighting the way to the alien ET saviour’s arrival.

And as such Ayesha was in the clouds with her shield the Solomonic Gold Shield of the Double Headed Phoenix, her spear Asimati T’ori and her snowy owl Tammuz to do battle with the alien ET saviour when he arrives.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Tuesday December 22nd
2020.

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