Qonzilqointec and Dia de los Muertos

Dracul Van Helsing

It was Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) festival celebrations in Mexico on this November 2nd (also known as All Souls Day on the Church calendar).

And the Aztec vampire princess Qonzilqointec had spent the day celebrating.

And now tonight she was still celebrating.

As she wore a beautiful long white dress and stood atop an ancient Aztec sacrificial pyramid.

In her hand, she held a sharp dark obsidian knife.

She held it over a 7-year-old girl named Catrina who also was dressed in a long white dress and tied to the sacrificial altar atop the pyramid.

Catrina was the daughter of a wealthy executive of one of North America’s biggest telephone companies.

The wealthy executive had agreed to allow Qonzilqointec to sacrifice his child in exchange for 20 years of massive hyper-profits for his company in the coming New World Order which was to be instituted in…

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