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2        If you’ve been looking for a HOT new Vampire series to sink your teeth into, “The Adrian Trilogy” is available in its’ entirety!

Based in Southeastern Louisiana, this series draws its’ readers into a world of moss covered cemeteries that lie tucked away behind grand old Plantation homes; all bearing their own array of ancient and bloody secrets.

“The Adrian Trilogy” depicts the vampire as malevolent and vicious, yet they remain creatures of great beauty and grace.

Adult readers are raving over the series and the fan base is spreading like wildfire!  Check out these recent reviews:

 

I just finished reading ADRIAN’S FURY and you got me again!!! After reading TO BE HIS SOULMATE, I so looked forward to your second writing of the Triology. You have converted me into a fiction reader! I love the Vampire legend & lore mixed with the passionate love story! ADRIAN’S FURY really captivated me at about the middle of the book where I forced myself to put it down because I needed to do other things!! The highs & lows in every chapter were like a crazy roller-coaster ride! I absolutely cannot believe the ending!!! I must read ADRIAN’S LEGACY, just let me know when I can get a copy!!! Bravo my friend! You did it again!! Wishing you all the sweet success in the world!!

 

From the first book until the last page of the third book it was EXCITING & SUSPENSEFUL.
Could not put down.

 

I have to say that I love any and all paranormal romances! The Adrian Trilogy did not disappoint. I am looking forward to more books by Lyn Gibson. Being able to immerse yourself in a story is what makes the story so much fun.
A new lead into the vampire genre. Love, blood, romance and vengeance. That is what fills the pages of this book. It gets better and better as it goes on. Page after page the story draws you in and makes you fall for the characters. We all can relate to both the leads. Even the secondary characters are so fitting that we can easily point to someone in our own life and say that’s my friend. Great read folks.
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Sekhmet – Egyptian Vampire Queen

sekhmet   Sekhmet was know in ancient Egypt as a fierce warrior goddess, the healer, the hunter and the protector of the Pharaohs.  Her following was so dominant throughout the land that the Pharaoh Amenhemhat I moved the capital of Egypt to Itjtawy.  Itjtawy would erect an enormous temple in the name of Sekhmet where various holidays, rituals and daily sacrifices would be held in her honor.  The city was said to have had thousands of statues erected in her honor as well over 700 in one funerary temple alone.

According to writings found in the tomb of Seti, Sekhmet was said to be the daughter of Ra,  An ancient legend tells of the end of Ra’s rule on earth.  Ra sends Sekhmet to destroy all humans that had conspired against him.  The legend states that Sekhmet’s blood lust had not been sated by the end of the battle, her thirst drove her to nearly destroying the human race.  Ra poured out beer laced with red ochre so that it would appear as blood.  Sekhmet drank the laced beer and became so drunk that she abandoned her murderous spree peacefully and returned to Ra.  After this Ra would refer to her as “The one who comes in peace” naming a holiday in her honor, “The Festival of intoxication”.   Sekhmet would now also be known as the protector of the undead, a ruler of the underworld.

Both the living and the undead sought her affections and would vie for the position of initiate at her temple.  Candidates were tested brutally, they would endure the ritual of death while facing the demons that awaited them in the underworld.  Those that did not succeed in overcoming their fears, if they survived, were disqualified.  Those that were successful moved on to become Sekhmet’s priests and priestesses which were considered extremely powerful.  Sekhmet’s clergy were known to posses great powers as both physicians and practitioners of the dark arts, having the ability to command and destroy demons.

Egyptian demons were separated into two groups, one that served Sekhmet and the other that were of the underworld.  Sekhmets’ demons were dispatched upon the land as avengers of those guilty of wrong doing, with them they would bring disease, chaos and pestilence to punish the evil doers.

The Legend of Judas Iscariot – Vampire

Dracula 2000 (2000)      There is a legend amongst the Hebrew people that tags Judas, betrayer of Christ, as the original vampire.  We know from ancient texts that Vampires were present on the Earth prior to Jesus’ crucifixion, yet the legend is still quite intriguing.

The story can be found within the book of Matthew.  Judas was an apostle of Christ that betrayed Jesus with a kiss for thirty pieces of silver.  When Christ was crucified Judas attempted to repent for his sin of betraying innocent blood and would return the silver to the priests and elders that had paid him.  When the priests would not accept the return, Judas threw the silver upon the temple floor and exited, intent on hanging himself.

The book of Agulah, written in the 843 A.D. by a catholic monk named Aed states that God punished Judas by restoring his life after he had hanged himself.  Aed writes that God in his fury condemned Judas to walk the earth until the final days.  Judas would fear the sun and be cursed to roam the land in darkness.  Judas would never again know the comfort of death and would be damned to only feeding on the blood of living humans for eternity.

The legend of Judas established many iconic vampire traits which have been branded into the history of the vampire up to this day.

God cursed Judas with the ability to survive the light of day, though there are some legends that suggest otherwise.

The intolerance of silver – A physically painful reminder for vampires of Judas’ betrayal.

The fear of a crucifix – Another physically painful reminder, the result of Judas’ betrayal and the promise made by God to destroy Judas and his offspring upon the final hour of the final day.

Lastly – The thirst for blood as God placed the insatiable craving upon Judas to feed only from the living.

So what became of Judas?  Very little was recorded of Judas and his activities after having been cursed by God.  There are ramblings of a violent clan of vampires that existed in Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania for quite some time that were said to be the clan of the Iscariot’s.  Judas was said to have had red hair, a rare find.  The children of Judas were all said to carry the same trait, as did the members of the Iscariot clan.  One legend says that the vampires of old, to include Lilith and Cain and the clan of the Iscariot’s had gathered into the city of Atlantis and were living beneath the temple at the time that the great city fell into the ocean.  Many legends state that a vampire can not survive running water.  Is it possible that the vampires of old met their fate upon the sinking of Atlantis?  Or perhaps they still remain frozen in time awaiting to be released from their watery graves……..