The Vorvolaka

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“Be sober, be vigilant; for your adversary the vorvolaka, as a roaring lion, wanders about, seeking whom it may devour.” -The Golden Bough 1939 Redacted Edition

“This wicked vorvolaka pours out, as a most impure flood, the venom of its malice on men of depraved mind and corrupt heart, the spirit of lying, of impiety, of blasphemy and the pestilent breath of impurity, and of every vice and iniquity…” -The Constantinople Document

“Vorvolaka! Vorvolaka! I have twisted rose briar before your door. Vorvolaka! Vorvolaka! The thorns that pierced His brow will tear your flesh. Vorvolaka! Vorvolaka! I have put salt in the fire and a cross of ashes on the door. Vorvolaka! Vorvolaka! Born of evil. Sinful and corrupt. Vorvolaka! Vorvolaka! Your mouth is bitter with the taste of blood and violence. Vorvolaka! Vorvolaka! You are guilty and abhorred.” -A Peasant’s Chant by Ardel Wray

“..At first I thought there was some kind of smoke slipping in through the guest bedroom window. Was there a fire? No. That wasn’t possible and besides smoke isn’t a pale, almost luminescent red…” -The Night Blogger by Brian Foster

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