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Sacrifice & Mortal Gods

Nile Bride

In my books, The Goddess Aped and The Lost Whore of Babylon, the ancient Eve wants to rival the bloodthirst of Lilith Aphrodite but does not consume food or blood the way a werewolf or vampyre does. Instead, as a “queen,” she demands blood sacrifices in her honor.

With Adam (Zeus), she functions as Hera. She also has relationships with her “adopted” children which is where the concept of a Queen-Sister-Mother is developed.

One of these males is her magician mate. Another is a mortal viewed as the God of the Nile-Hep (Hephaestus). Hephaestus is said to be the son of Hera (Hawa), so that would be the son of Eve. In my story, Eve cannot have biological children with the males of Earth.

Both Hapi ( possibly the origin name for Hopi) and Hep demand blood sacrifice as a young virgin female. This, of course, does not end as Eve evolves into the historic character Madame or Countess Bathory-a woman believed to be a vampire but is actually a mortal obsessed with the supposed youthful and life-giving properties of blood.

So the first of these sacrifices to explore is the Nile Bride.