The Giza Death Star Revisited: A New Steemit Novel Chapter 32
The Giza Death Star Revisited: A Novel Based on the Work of Joseph P. Farrell
Kammler had been entrusted with Skorzeny’s SS belt, ring and dagger after he passed away, in anticipation of this day. Now he was presiding over this ritual disguised as a birthday party. He motioned to an attendant who wheeled over a cart with a black leather case on top. He opened it. It was lined with red satin, and carefully set into compartments were the belt, dagger, and ring that had belonged to Col. Skorzeny in life.
First he produced the belt and dagger which he placed around Müller’s waste. Then he lifted Müller’s hand and placed the ring on his finger. His eyes sparkled with madness as he examined and stroked it with his fingers. Then his countenance changed to one possessed of infinite confidence, and he straightened his arm and held out his fist for all to see his grandfather’s ring. Or was it his own from another incarnation?
Talismans of power are also talismans of seduction. When a man’s esteem among his peers increases, his lover’s affection for him grows in direct proportion, if not in excess of it. Thus, Edda, whose affection for anyone was never much more than basic biology, was now taken over by a passion for Müller she couldn’t fathom in that moment, because it was formerly reserved only for killing. She soaked up his sinister and tenebrous glory and gazed transfixed at the newly anointed man of power, seized by the profound comprehension that his glory was also hers.
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