Svetlana Kireeva On Earth Day

April 22, 2014 at 7:01 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, History, Horror, Mystery/horror, News, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Svetlana Kireeva On Earth Day

Spanish vampire Manuel de Rivera y Vargas was walking the streets of Memphis Tennessee.

Manuel was a good vampire.

In fact, he was a close friend of the famous Canadian vampire hunter Christopher Dracul Van Helsing who slew evil vampires.

Manuel a concert pianist by profession had been turned into a vampire against his will by the Egyptian Vampiress Isis in New York City back in 1942 after he had performed a particularly rousing rendition of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata in a Manhattan concert hall.

Although Manuel like all vampires needed human blood to survive, he refused to attack humans to get it.

He bought vials of blood from hospitals and the Red Cross.

The only person he had ever bitten and also turned into a vampire was a young woman who was dying of cancer and had requested it because she wanted to live a few more years.

The woman was Angelique Dumont an aspiring young classically trained singer and actress.

Manuel had found her in a crypt in a New Orleans cemetery which was submerged by floodwaters when Hurricane Katrina had smashed into Louisiana back in the summer of 2005.

Miss Dumont had gone to visit the Dumont Family Crypt to tell her ancestors that she was dying of cancer when the hurricane suddenly hit.

When Manuel found her almost submerged under water in the crypt, she refused to leave.

She said he could either bite her and turn her into a vampire or let her die by drowning than face the awful fate of an agonizing death by cancer.

So Manuel had granted her request.

Miss Dumont was now a successful singer and actress who appeared in musicals in the theatre district of West London in England.

The New Orleans Songstress as she was dubbed by the British press was particularly noted for playing the role of Christine Daae in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical The Phantom of The Opera.

Like Manuel, Angelique did not attack humans but bought bottles of human blood from hospitals.

As for Manuel, he had watched the woman he loved- a beautiful young Iranian girl and reformer- being murdered by the tyrannical mullah’s regime in Tehran in the wake of the street protests that had gripped Iran in 2009-2010 following Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s re-election as President of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Now Manuel was in Memphis Tennessee taking a personal pilgrimage honouring another great musician he admired- Elvis Presley.

As Manuel stood outside Graceland, he blinked.

And the vampire Manuel although a supernatural creature himself was in shock.

For just like the singer in that song Walking In Memphis, he had just seen the Ghost of Elvis.

What could that possibly mean?

. . .

In another Memphis- Memphis, Egypt- the eerie winged Flying Eye of Horus flew above the ruins of the pillared hall of Rameses II at Memphis.

. . .

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II lay in bed.

From a distant room, she could hear the radio playing.

The song being played on the radio was being sung by Johnny Cash.

It was that old song The Devil Went Down To Georgia.

Her Majesty had always loved Johnny Cash’s music.

The Devil went down to Georgia.

Her Majesty gazed in the distance to the globe of the world by her bedroom window.

Coincidentally her eye fell on Georgia on the globe of the world- the spot seemed to be directly in her gaze.

Although it was not the Georgia of America’s Deep South

It was the Eastern European country of Georgia.

The country that Vladimir Putin had invaded in August 2008 and had seized the Georgian territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

. . .

Russian Vampiress Svetlana Kireeva of the FSB stood inside the mausoleum of Lenin’s Tomb and gazed at the body of Lenin- founder of Soviet Russia and the Soviet Union- as he lay behind his glass enclosure.

Today was Lenin’s 144th birthday.

It was also Earth Day.

The world’s very first Earth Day had been April 22nd 1970- which had been Lenin’s 100th birthday.

The date had been selected by Communists who had infiltrated the then emerging environmental movement in the U.S.

The KGB and its agents hoped to seize control of the burgeoning environmental movement and use it to bring about the rapid industrial decline of the U.S. and the Western world.

In the meantime, heavy Soviet industry would continue to rape and pillage the sacred earth of Mother Russia in order to bring about the Soviet Workers’ Paradise on Earth while they hoped the environmental movement in the West would lead to the rapid industrial and technological decline of the U.S. , Great Britain and Western Europe.

And so Communist infiltrators in the U.S. environmental movement had deliberately chosen the date of Lenin’s 100th birthday- April 22nd 1970- as the world’s very first Earth Day.

And none of the non-Communist members of the environmental movement had ever bothered asking why that particular date had been chosen for Earth Day.

As Lenin himself had shrewdly and astutely noted, there would be no shortage of “useful idiots” for the Communist cause in the West.

And so here on this 44th Earth Day, Svetlana Kireeva stood inside Lenin’s tomb and made a personal vow to restore the Empire that Lenin and Stalin had built.

This April 22nd 2014.

Lenin’s 144th birthday.

144.

12 x 12.

12.

Like the 12 Tribes of Israel.

144,000.

144,000 witnesses in the Book of Revelation.

12,000 from each of the 12 Tribes of Israel.

Israel.

Were Israel and Russia connected somehow? she wondered.

Suddenly to her horror, Lenin’s eyes opened on his corpse behind the glass enclosure and Lenin’s corpse spoke these words,

“The time is now.”

To be continued.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Tuesday April 22nd
2014.

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A Marxist Werewolf In Madrid

August 21, 2011 at 8:19 pm (Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , )

Walking in Madrid in the middle of the pouring rain…

… I was walking in Madrid in the middle of the pouring rain…

… wearing the coat of a werewolf in the middle of the pouring rain…

… The Senorita in red asked me, “Are you a Christian, child?”…

and I answered, “Marxist-Leninist.”

Magog Rhys Petley was beginning to feel that he was the central character in a badly written parody of a Marc Cohn hit song.

The far leftist Labour Member of Parliament from Wales had been battling an acute outbreak of lycanthropy ever since he got bitten by the ancient Hindu demon Rahu several months ago.

Part of the curse was that he did not turn into a werewolf only during the full moon but also whenever he was deeply aroused by something.

And lately the agitation of rioters in Britain the past couple of weeks had been turning him into a werewolf.

Now Scotland Yard was under the impression that he was responsible for organizing the riots.

So Magog decided to leave the country for a while until the heat died down.

Coming to Spain may not have been the brightest idea in the world.

All of these beautiful young Spanish senoritas were getting him sexually aroused.

Not to mention the streets of Madrid were crowded because of Papal World Youth Day celebrations.

And now here in Madrid as he stood in the middle of the pouring rain, thunder and lightning flashed all around him.

Water and several hundreds of thousands of volts of electricity was probably not a good combination Magog figured.

But it still might put an end to his werewolf’s curse.

Magog drank his buttermilk.

He had discovered that drinking buttermilk seemed to serve as an antidote to his outbreaks of Rahu-bite induced lycanthropy.

The beautiful young Senorita in red had asked him if he was a Christian.

No doubt because of all the visitors here to the Papal World Youth Day.

She walked down the streets in her red dress which fit even more tightly around her lovely figure because of the wetness caused by the rain.

As the glass of buttermilk had been emptied and she continued to swish elegantly down the streets in her spiked stiletto high-heeled shoes, Magog felt himself getting aroused.

As he turned hairy and started crawling around on all fours, the woman in red turned around and faced him without fear, “To remove the curse, seek the help of the Key.”

She then turned and vanished down a Madrid alleyway.

“A key?” Magog thought to himself as he started to howl.

Where was he going to find a key in this tumultuous weather?

What did she mean by the Key?

Thunder and lightning flashed all around him.

To be continued.

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