posted on Mar, 29 2008 @ 11:23 PM
As I rise up from that spot shaken with the fallen angels words still ringing in my head I am driven to my curse once more and head out on my lonely
and destitute road. Crossing the Euphrates River I see in the horizon a city and decide to rest there and feed for the night.
This city of Zoar was a pit of sin that humanity had sought to personify. There were both angels and demons there. Writhing with the humans in a
disgusting display of sin and skin. I am appalled by the lust and avarice that is displayed among them. It was all to easy to feed here though and I
had no fear of being caught. No one paid attention as they were to self-absorbed in their own quest for self-fulfillment to notice the community.
There were beggars there and the women of the night practicing the oldest profession. They were all to easy prey. I detested their taste as the years
of sin had tainted their blood with an aftertaste that wretched what was left of my soul.
It was near a fortnight I had been there when I met her. Different from the angels in congress with the human women, and different from the demons
that tested men’s souls and took those that lost the wagers. No she was far different. Both angelic and demonic, but yet she was human. This woman
intrigued me and I asked her name.
“I am known as Lilith, I know you my nephew. You are Cain, son of Adam.” Shock and amazement filled the void in my heart. Who was this woman that
claimed relations to me and yet knew me?
“My father, not birthed by woman, but created from dust by God, knows no mother nor has sister. Who are you to claim relation to him?” I demanded
from this woman.
“As your father I too was created from dust in order to provide him with assistance in his charge to protect and tend the garden of Eden. Unlike
your mother however, I was not brought forth subordinate to your father. I was his equal. As such I refused to bow before him and was cast aside.” A
slight frown began in her eyes.
“Fortunately for me I share not the fate of them, as I knew not the taste of the fruit of the forbidden tree. I am not cursed with the original sin.
And I still sit in good graces with God.” The fire of god was indeed within her and burned brightly within her.
“You blasphemer, no one escaped god’s wrath and judgment and expulsion from the garden. Is this more trickery from Lucifer?” I shouted at
“Silly child of Adam, you know better than most what you and your parents were before they degenerated into these people. Years and generations of
inbreeding and incest have spawned these pathetic excuses for humanity. Look now,” She pointed to a female and an angel in a lovers embrace against
a wall, “That angel laughs at your kind and takes those he wishes to.”
She of course was right, in this city the angels copulated with the women and the end result was the abomination known as the Nephilim. They were as
dangerous as they were awful to behold. The birth of one was the death of it’s own mother. Giants among men these creatures were hired by the
governor of this city as soldiers to protect it from invasion. Brutal fighters and nigh invulnerable to attack, they were cursed men. The only way to
destroy these abominations was to cut the still beating heart from their chests.
“Nephew, we could reclaim the earth for god, bow to me and be my husband and we will again recreate the garden in Gods image and be forgiven, even
you can be forgiven, The love of the lord overcomes all. Be mine and you will understand the joys of immortality once again and be lifted from your
endless wandering.” Her words like knives in my chest. Yet the offer was indeed intriguing.
“Nay I will not bow before you, for my father has said of the deceit that woman has plagued upon the Earth. My mother bowed before my father and as
such thou shall bow unto me. This is the order of men.” I spoke with confidence and yet inside I feared this woman. The power and purity of her was
“Child of Adam, my nephew, you misunderstand my words, I not request this from you but tell you what is to be.” With these words she lunged
forward and kissed my lips blowing the breath of life within my lungs. As this entered my body I lost consciousness and fell into a deep sleep.
I awoke weakened; it had obviously been several days’ sense I had last fed. I searched this room I was in for my clothing. Finding my meager
belongings on a chair I searched around the room for this Lilith that had attacked me. I found nothing. I must feed. The thirst was overwhelming.
After a night of feeding on the low wretches that inhabited this city I sought my attacker to rectify justice upon that woman that would have me kneel
“The thought!” I muttered under my breath as I walked the streets. Turning a corner I spotted her near a wine distributor. “You!” I
Lilith replied “Ah there you are my husband, I was expecting you some time ago, do not worry your seed is indeed going to produce a child for
“Vile witch!” I exclaimed “I am not your husband, do not introduce me as so!” The anger raged within me.
She only laughed and replied “As if you have a choice vampire, son of Adam and first murderer of man. Now be a good pet and please get some food for
me, being the good gatherer you once were it should not be too hard for you to do.”
Fear filled my belly, as her words were uttered. “No I do not bow to your whims, I am man, born from Adam and Eve, Thou hast no right to order the
son of Adam to your bidding.”
Annoyed but unshaken, “Then begone from my side Cain, I need not your company anymore for I have taken from you what I have need for. This world
will once again be mine with or without your help vampire.”
I turned away and left the city.