The Witches of Dooms

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The Witches of Dooms. It’s what they call at some point in the evolution the dooms--from the stock of vampires and zombies that produced the resplendent mystic women of paradise--animated power, moving objects, flying on the air, and replaced themselves by such lovely engagement of immortality. In a world of underground sharp-eyed predators, the witches soon multiplied into dominance of the specie, and in a ferocious architect-feeder to survive, they emerged beyond the beasts of the rebound touch.
Meet Witch Queen of Jordan Amagro of Leffott. She has a secret well-timed inside her heart—in front of her daughters—which in the courses she had chosen for herself, she emerges up as an immortal to get her revenge.
Meet Princess Almohades, her daughter. She illustrates the vignette power that seals the bondage of love, the enslavement of passion, parallel to the purity of virginal breasts—purposeless perhaps—to the high level that brings the uncouth disgrace that defines rape in front of the master himself.
Meet Juliana, a hybrid witch, a queen, an African marker. Behind her own secret that combines the holy prospectus and the emancipation of the precarious wars that her own mother has before—all above it defines her as the feasible female’s domination. In front of Juliana, there is no boundary for passion, which seems to come naturally for her.
Meet The One De Xinus. The unquestionable master who is the precedent in command. The One, who endures the wealthy, is the representation of vampire himself. He is dignified as the pure master who creates in Almohades a nurtured love, passion, almost platonic, which both of them need to deal with. Then consequences hit—uncomfortable, boisterous, rough, and unpredictable—which De Xinus and Almohades have decided what they are.
Finally, meet Baron Philippe Maribeau XII, a master, incarnated soul. He seems to be inflamed by hatred. He is daring, shameless, arrogant—a combination of such suave and comely features but diabolic expression that only a master vampire will be able to deliver.
All above in a mixture of love, hatred, revenge, and sensuous gratification of fleshes and blood, The Witches of Dooms deals with all of these in complexity. It also mirrors immortality, reincarnation, sexuality, corporal punishment, and spiritual, sexual, and the emotional energy like a sky coaster.

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The Witches of Dooms

Submitted: December 20, 2011

The Witches of Dooms. It’s what they call at some point in the evolution the dooms--from the stock of vampires and zombies that produced the resplendent mystic women of paradise--animated power, moving objects, flying on the air, and replaced themselves by such lovely engagement of immortality. In a world of underground sharp-eyed predators, the witches soon multiplied into dominance of the specie, and in a ferocious architect-feeder to survive, they emerged beyond the beasts of the rebound touch.
Meet Witch Queen of Jordan Amagro of Leffott. She has a secret well-timed inside her heart—in front of her daughters—which in the courses she had chosen for herself, she emerges up as an immortal to get her revenge.
Meet Princess Almohades, her daughter. She illustrates the vignette power that seals the bondage of love, the enslavement of passion, parallel to the purity of virginal breasts—purposeless perhaps—to the high level that brings the uncouth disgrace that defines rape in front of the master himself.
Meet Juliana, a hybrid witch, a queen, an African marker. Behind her own secret that combines the holy prospectus and the emancipation of the precarious wars that her own mother has before—all above it defines her as the feasible female’s domination. In front of Juliana, there is no boundary for passion, which seems to come naturally for her.
Meet The One De Xinus. The unquestionable master who is the precedent in command. The One, who endures the wealthy, is the representation of vampire himself. He is dignified as the pure master who creates in Almohades a nurtured love, passion, almost platonic, which both of them need to deal with. Then consequences hit—uncomfortable, boisterous, rough, and unpredictable—which De Xinus and Almohades have decided what they are.
Finally, meet Baron Philippe Maribeau XII, a master, incarnated soul. He seems to be inflamed by hatred. He is daring, shameless, arrogant—a combination of such suave and comely features but diabolic expression that only a master vampire will be able to deliver.
All above in a mixture of love, hatred, revenge, and sensuous gratification of fleshes and blood, The Witches of Dooms deals with all of these in complexity. It also mirrors immortality, reincarnation, sexuality, corporal punishment, and spiritual, sexual, and the emotional energy like a sky coaster.
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