TERROR STRIKES BEACH EAST YORK. WED, OCT. 31 2012 a PRELUDE TO THE DOOMSDAY THAT LURKS ON DEC. 22, 2012. IT’S A PAGAN CELIBRATION AT WISEGUYS 2301 DANFORTH AVE. HOSTED BY THE MASTER OF DARKNESS THE COUNT ST.GERMAINE

October 12, 2012

The fictional Saint-Germain is a vampire who was born approximately 4,000 years ago in the region that is now Transylvania. He was the son of his tribal leader (hence, a prince by blood) and was also dedicated to the tribal god, the older vampire who transformed him. He

experienced his first death when his tribe was destroyed by another invading tribe, together with their god, and carries hideous scars on his lower abdomen from being

disemboweled. He spent much of his early existence in Egypt, initially as a temple slave, but eventually began travelling the world shortly before the start of the Christian Era. The novels have described periods when Saint-Germain has resided in the Roman Empire during reigns of Nero and Elagabalus, France during the reigns of

Charlemagne and Louis XV, Russia during the reigns of Ivan the Terrible and Nicholas II, Germany in the 10th Century, Germany, Spain, and England between the First and Second World Wars, China during the Mongol

invasion, Peru during the Spanish invasion, and the United States in the modern era. Saint Germain is not portrayed as a typical vampire. He requires blood to live but only a small amount, which many of his “victims” (usually

female) offer voluntarily. His other victims are usually

visited in their sleep, and he can take their blood without awakening them, leaving them with an erotic dream. Unlike traditional vampires, he is discomforted by direct sunlight and by running Water, but is only damaged by them when seriously weakened; keeping a layer of his native earth inside his shoes allows him to navigate these hazards with minimal discomfort, and he always imports his native earth to build the foundations of his many homes. In keeping with the historical Count Saint-Germain’s claims, the fictional one possesses the ability transmute base metals into gold, and more significantly to make synthetic diamonds and other gems. The resulting financial resources are used to fund a variety of

alchemical (and later scientific and technical) business interests in chemistry, fuels, and aviation, among other businesses. He also often is depicted as a minor character or diplomat on the world stage, particularly as an emissary of Nicholas II attempting to stem the chaos which eventually led to the First World War. During his time in Egypt, he learned how to resurrect recently deceased individuals under certain restricted conditions, and his manservant Roger (based on the manservant of the historical Count) is presented as a Roman freeman resurrected in this fashion during the time of Nero. Such

resurrected individuals are not vampires, but more like zombies or ghouls, save with the possession of their full mental capability. The only restriction placed on them by their resurrected condition is the need to consume freshly killed, raw meat as their only sustenance (Roger is inevitably portrayed as

eating only raw poultry). Saint-Germain has the power to create new vampires but vampires are unable to live together for long. Saint-Germain has turned at least two women he loved into vampires, the 1st

century Roman Atta Olivia Clemens and the 18th century Frenchwoman Madelaine de Montalia. Yarbro has written novels about these women as well. Later novels maintain that he is only able to share blood six times before it becomes certain that his partner will become a vampire on death, though he can

hasten the process by sharing his own blood with his partner. Several of his partners choose suicide to assure they will not be resurrected, and others die violently at the hands of his—or their—enemies.

A recurring plot device is the use of manufactured letters between or involving the characters to set off the individual chapters of each novel. These letters provide supplementary information to the plot and serve to advance the action in a fashion that increases the sweep of the stories. Most of the novels are

broken into two or three sections focusing on character development of a character named at the head of the section. St. Germain, Clemens, and de Montalia are always “section lead” characters in the novels in which they appear. One recurring theme of the novels is that the villains (or sometimes anti-heroes) are often cruel and sadistic, emphasizing that man’s inhumanity to man far outstrips the legendary or fictional evil of vampires. RELIVE the horror, on DEC.22, 2012 at WISEGUYS!

 

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2 Responses to “TERROR STRIKES BEACH EAST YORK. WED, OCT. 31 2012 a PRELUDE TO THE DOOMSDAY THAT LURKS ON DEC. 22, 2012. IT’S A PAGAN CELIBRATION AT WISEGUYS 2301 DANFORTH AVE. HOSTED BY THE MASTER OF DARKNESS THE COUNT ST.GERMAINE”

  1. Name Says:

    Why no more Pub and Grub? You packing the place with more then they can handle?

  2. BillyW Says:

    Simple the man at the Grub and Pub put the capital P into penny wise and pound foolish by A! shutting down his downstairs room so he could save $100. on Servers Leaving standing room on the main floor overly packed then B! to save a few bucks more serving the grub on paper plates, He must of saved a big $20. bucks on that move.Leaving our supporters and friends trying to figure out how to cut there food on a paper plate with plastic nife and fork while standing It is no wonder his Bar is empty seven days a week with this kind of thinking, In any event im sure there are many venues that would be thrilled to have our bussines, Please accept this as our appology and we hope to see you at our next event LeRoy St.G


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