Snippets-to-Spin-Offs: The Murder Rule (Part Thirteen)—Based on an Actual Evil Event Taking Place These Days Thanks to the Usual Suspects…Or Serpent?

When trying to complete a fiction novel to bring about a climax in the final chapter that is worthy of writing and reading, and when wanting to be inspired by an Almighty Spirit to aid in the cause of that Spirit, one sometimes comes across nearly by accident an interesting concept that can be incorporated into the novel plot, which, with The Murder Rule, involves exposing the Evil that seemingly ‘rules’ this world—think Ephesians 6:12 here, those ‘principalities and powers’ and ‘wickedness in high places.’

In this snippet below, the novel’s ‘Bad Guy,’ nicknamed Foxx, is leading the charge to bring about death and destruction of the world he believes he is a ruler of at the behest of that evil satanic figure I call Corion, and he is using a scenario that is being used by the non-fictional ‘rulers’ of Earth today—or so they think anyway: the evil elites such as the so-called ‘Illuminati,’ the World Economic Forum (the Davos crowd that wants us so-called useless eaters to eat bugs and ‘own nothing’ and ‘be happy’), the World Health Organization (that wants everyone ‘vaxxed’ for a flu-like virus that has a 95 percent survival rate even for the elderly, wearing masks so we can breath in our own CO2, socially distanced so we can no longer hug and bond and love one another as we all get addicted to social media which, with all the negativity in comments and what with the wokesters running the show at the behest of evil, etc.), and government leaders owned by these evil forces, to one degree or another.

And why is the notion of ‘serpent’ even mentioned in the post title? Because about a week ago I came across an article that suggests (supposedly, ‘proves,’ but I need more than one set of ‘proofs’ if you know what I mean!) that the Covid ‘vaccines’ contain…drum roll please…snake venom! From two of the most deadly snakes on Earth—King Cobras and Kraits, no less! Kraits are found in India as well as China, and, according to a VHS video I saw over 25 years ago, a bite by a krait snake can kill within half-an-hour unless the anti-venom is injected. And cobras can be just as deadly. Here is the link to the post which contains a video. The doctor making the video claims that since Satan wants all human DNA to be remastered to remove the God-given DNA while inserting ‘satanic’ DNA, then snake (or as the Bible says, serpent) venom has to be inserted into the DNA by whatever spike protein is made by the ‘vaxx.’ Again, this is the only ‘proof’ that snake venom is part of the ‘vaxx,’ and no one else has verified it, so I really can’t say it is true. Yet, it does make for a very interesting incorporation into the plot of the novel.

Aiding in this ‘serpentine’ scenario is Foxx’s medical buddy, Dr. Dorch, who Foxx has put in charge of creating the ‘plague’ as well as the ‘fix’ for the plague, the ‘vaccine.’ Dorch has a medical team of biologists helping him accomplish this evil deed, making this bio-weapon. Part of this team is a young man just out of medical school who thinks that the plot is part of an evil agenda—and his father is a leader of a fictitious Central Asian nation, named Adabustan.

Note: this leader of Adabustan is mentioned in The Prophesied Band, Chapters 6 and 7, as having been cured of cancer by the fake healer and satan-possessed cult leader, Cole Blessing.

And it is in Adabustan (as with the bio labs in Wuhan, China, where the ‘gain-of-function’ research was done to supposedly create Covid-19) where the ‘plague’ Foxx and Dorch want unleashed onto the world, is created, so they can ‘fix’ it with their snake-venom ‘vaccine’ and make billions in money. The young Adabustani team member is called Masul, and his father, a national leader who, not knowing the nefarious agenda of Foxx, allowed the bio-weapon to be created in his country, is named Mulabu, the Prime Minister of Adabustan. And Masul infiltrated this project precisely to learn the truth of it so as to warn his father.

The snippet below takes place in Adabustan’s Bio Lab in 2017. At the end of the snippet, The Murder Rule (Part Three) main good-guy character, Joe Phillips, is mentioned; Phillips, too, is trying to expose the evil and has written a book about it, and Masul wants to contact Phillips. The snippet is copyright © 2023 by Deborah Lagarde.

Within a Bio-lab in Adabustan, 2017

“So, you have developed our weapon against the deplorable masses, those we call ‘useless eaters’ that think they can have the Earth’s precious resources that only we in the godhead deserve? The ones that deplete Mother Nature, as Cole Blessing used to call our properties?” Foxx then slapped the man in a white lap coat on his back in humor. “Well done, Doctor Dorch! I knew—well, we in the World Forum Summit knew—that you and your team would accomplish this just in time for our plans to unleash it in a few years. After all the plans are finalized and approved by the Summit leaders.”

“Thank you, Mr. Foxworth—”

“Call me Foxx, Dr. Dorch. For we must have a program in place to cause the masses to side with us—”

“And our lord Corion—”

“Absolutely!” Foxx again slapped Dorch on his back. “Being within our Inner Sanctum Hellyons is one reason we chose you to head our, shall we say, ‘plague’ team. Our lord requires his due—blood sacrifices and death to slake his appetite for the flesh of those he has no use for—the masses. And with your creation of a virus—or really, a bio-weapon aimed at the inferior of our species that are not fit to survive as we, minions of Corion, rule the world for our lord’s pleasure as we take deserved ownership of this world’s resources—including those among the masses that we’ll allow to survive so they can serve us forever—”

Dorch laughed with the tenor of a cruel spirit. “And they will serve is forever! And we will make sure they’ll be happy to do so!”

Dorch then picked up a lab tube containing the contagion. “Their lives will be so aimless and empty they’ll do anything to live in the virtual world we will create for their distraction. When they aren’t doing our bidding, of course.” Cackled laugh of arrogance.

The ‘plague’ organisms within the tube moved happily as if they couldn’t wait to aid the evil cause of destroying humanity. They moved like snakes wrapped in a pool of blood, for the organisms that would be unleashed on the world were derived from the inner workings of a deadly snake found only in the Central Asian mountain nation of Adabustan.

Then Dorch, after placing the organism vile in its place, reached for another vile tube containing the ‘antidote.’ He showed Foxx, smiling broadly.

“And this, my dear Foxx, contains another virus derived from another snake—really, it contains a very small amount of venom mixed with micro-parts of other creatures as well as aborted fetuses—”

“Ah! More useless eaters!” Foxx howled a laugh imitating an Adabustan tiger. Clapped his hands.

“Well, sir, this will be developed into the, shall we say, antidote to the, shall we say, plague.”

Shortly, twelve members of Dorch’s team walked into the lab, one by one, including a young Adabustan native named Masul with purple hair and green eyes.

After cheering the team, all of whom then bowed to Foxx, the man who funded the entire operation walked over to Masul, who was a recent college graduate and the youngest—and most noble—member of the team.

“My name is—call me Foxx. And I am so glad to meet you, for you are clearly a brilliant young man being as young as you are for this project. And I love your hair!”

Masul bowed. “Thank you, sir, Foxx. And my hair thanks you too.” Smile.

Then Foxx bowed to him in supplication. “I will remember you always. But what is your name?”

“Masul.”

Foxx clasped Masul’s hands.

Then bowed to the entire team. “You will all be handsomely rewarded! For by your work, you will have saved the best of humanity.” And, I hope, killed off the least of humanity! Finally!

 

Once outside the lab, a team member approached Masul. “I wonder, Masul, does Foxx know your dad is our Prime Minister?”

“Perhaps. But I have never met Foxx before. And I am not even sure my father has, either.”

Masul turned to the other. “My father really is not part of this whole experiment though he did approve of the Bio-Lab project. I do not think—” Then the young man faced downward with concern. “I do not think my father would approve of this experiment, even if, as Dr. Dorch claims, this experiment will help save humanity from what Dorch claims is any future viral contagion.” Looked at the other man. “My father watches contagion-type movies all the time. And he knows how these movies all play out.”

“Your father is wise. But I suspect he went along with this project due to the fact that a man Foxx likely knew, Cole Blessing, saved your father with his healing program back in the 90s.”

Masul had doubts about that ‘healing program’ from a fake healer, but he wasn’t about to reveal that to his team-mate.

“True.” Then looked the other straight in the eyes. “And please, since I do not want to get involved with politics, please do not tell Foxx I am the Prime Minister’s son!”

“If you say so.” The other men then laughed lightly. “If even Dr. Dorch doesn’t know it—”

“Good! And don’t tell anyone else on the team either. I’m just a guy, as they say in America.”

“But with purple hair!”

They high-fived each other.

The other left, which afforded Masul time for this thought that kept ringing in his mind.

Should I tell my father the true nature of this project, to serve the agenda of the Novordos and Hellyons who want to completely control the world and kill off as many ‘inferiors,’ as they are called, by these evil groups? My father has attended World Forum Summit meetings in the past after Blessing supposedly healed him. Blessing, and Mark Besst after him, were leaders of this organization, and my father deep down inside knows what these people are planning. I know how does not support most of what these people are doing, for my father is a good man. And if he does oppose this group, he will put his life—and maybe mine as well—in danger. But I have to tell someone! But who?

And then Masul remembered a truth-telling book he had read back in 2012 written by a man using a pen-name, an Englishman who had aristocratic roots and who knew the last Baron Torquay-Lambourgeau. A man Masul suspected was Joe Phillips.

Using internet search mechanisms, Masul learned where he could contact Phillips. A month later what with the project having been completed and Dorch having laid off his team, Masul made his way to London.

The next post, hopefully next week, continues this scenario where Foxx meets with Adabustan Prime Minister Mulabu as well as Dorch at ‘The World Forum Summit’ (modeled after the World Economic Forum) in London at a ‘secret meeting,’ where an unexpected event happens.

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Christian or Not, Author or Not, Expose and Fight Evil with Truth!

In a previous snippet series exposing the truth about the music industry, including a post using facts about so-called ‘suicides’ of dead rock stars that are more likely actual murders, featuring Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell, and Swedish DJ Avicii among others, I researched the history and facts about the music industry regarding handlers and managers, producers, concerts and venues and who owns them including organized crime syndicates, and others backing various recording artists, to discover the sinister agendas and ways of the industry. In other snippet posts I exposed other evil doings regarding the occult practices including ‘master rituals’ that former head of Zodiac Productions, John Todd (now a Christian) that supposedly even channeled demonic spirits in the ritual, and other rituals calling forth demonic spirits exposed within trilogy snippets. And New Age cult religions as well that influenced rock music from the 60s onward. And, of course, the evil ‘secret members’ of these satanic groups that ultimately control the industry and most media in general.

One of the most evil characters is a banker dynasty controller named Baron Torquay-Lambourgeau who is descended from the Normans who took over Britain around 1066 (Battle of Hastings). Other financial leaders are involved, but Torquay (as I tend to call him for short) is the one who also leads the satanic Corion-worshiping Hellyon Society. Why a banker and not some other occultic leader?

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Feeling Censored? Use Fiction to Tell the Truth (Revised)

Before I go on to the main topic regarding present-day censorship especially with narratives, political and otherwise, I must say that I have a problem with Christians, including authors, that get on my case because my characters cuss or play rock music. Sorry, folks, but if you really think no Christian ever cusses (and I don’t know a Christian who doesn’t cuss every now and then!) or if you think rock musicians are all “devil worshipers” then you haven’t done your homework or you have bought into nonsense. Plus, you have Christians who think all “Christian rockers” are really devil worshipers! Stryper then, Hillsong now, right? Did Stryper sing and play about Christ? Yes. Does Hillsong today sing and play about Christ? Yes, despite the appearance of Justin Bieber (I’m being facetious, okay?), and despite some “symbology” issues some have with Hillsong. Now, why would a non-Christian sing and play about Christ? A joke, right? Harking back to the late 60s and Norman Greenbaum’s hit song, “Spirit in the Sky” about Christ–and assuming Greenbaum is Jewish–why would he do a song about Christ? A reminder–the late 60s saw a surge in a movement called “Jews for Jesus.” Maybe Greenbaum was part of that.

There are people who are Christian authors who believe all “Christian authors” should write a certain way and not have cussing characters or characters who sin before they accept Christ as Lord and Savior. All “Christian author” novels should be squeaky clean. Sorry, but I can’t write that way when, first of all, I accepted Christ as Savior after repenting of the following behaviors: dabbling in the occult (as one of my band characters does); having pre-marital sex (as several of my characters did); being rebellious against some authority; cussing (I have dropped the “f” word but occasionally use the “s” word–and it was hard for me to type that “f” word into my novels, but my characters are my characters!); and questioning what has been certain interpretations of the Bible, among other sins. Because of this, my novels are not “Christian adult fiction” but “adult fiction.” My novels are meant to try to get non-believers to consider believing on Christ of their own free will. Isn’t that what Christ said? “Make disciples of all nations”? I’ll let others “preach to the choir.”

Now, the main point: my novels also include a certain amount of satire and parody of how the music industry works, and it’s not just the “sell your soul for fame and fortune” narrative. It is actually more sinister, what with signing recording contracts whereby the label virtually owns you unless they dump you, and both the label and the distribution outfit (the corporation that owns the label, or “parent company”) take well over half of the take on sales (today it is supposedly most of the take) and where the recording artist must pay for recording studio and production and album cover art and even tours, assuming the recording label pays out some “advance” which also must be paid back. (And I thought authors had it bad!). But the really big time acts (as chosen by the moguls, that is) do get more leeway and more of the take–for a price, which is not a “sold soul to the devil” price literally, but agenda-wise. Once you are made huge, you are forced to stick to an agenda that you might eventually discover is laden with evil. And then the crash begins…And, if you start to oppose the agenda…watch out! My The Prodigal Band Trilogy makes this truth clear and to the point.

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How I Wrote The Prodigal Band Trilogy, Part Two

Sorry this post is late, but last week I was entirely with loved ones from east Texas and at a local spring-fed swimming pool full of catfish, snap turtles and other fish, some of which are endangered, among other activities.

For me, if any plot is going to have some kind of impact encouraging the reading of the novel as well as book sales, the spiritual or ‘good vs. evil’ scenario makes the most sense and is the one I could best handle. Growing up, the genre of horror movies full of good vs. evil scenes and characters made the most impact and were the most entertaining—monster movies, vampires like Dracula, men-turned-monsters like Frankenstein or the Wolf Man or zombies such as in ‘Night of the Living Dead’ and more. Without or without the science fiction aspects, I watched just about every horror movie out there in the 50s and 60s. And every one of them had a good vs. evil theme.

Then came rock music, which isn’t exactly horror (even the movie “Rocky Horror Picture Show” filled with rock music wasn’t really horror!). So this rock band I created wouldn’t exactly fit into some horror scenario. But it could certainly fit into a ‘good vs. evil’ scenario, especially when so many folks, especially Christians, thought all rock stars ‘sold their souls to the devil.’ And it was this ‘sell souls to the devil’ notion that, while it made sense—the Rolling Stones’ song ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ and Jimmy Page’s following of Aleister Crowley and the Beatles following a new age cultist called Maharishi Yogi and more—I realized this to be not quite true for most rockers, in the 60s and 70s and 80s, anyway. I needed proof, and what better way to ‘prove’ this was true or not than to have an excuse to do the research? Just because some preachers said this was true didn’t actually mean this way really true. What I found was that yes, some rockers were avowed ‘devil worshipers’ (Marilyn Manson being the most avowed as a member of ‘the Church of Satan’), and while very few were even somewhat Christian (as time went on a few would make that choice, such as Megadeath’s Dave Mustain and one or two others), it seemed to me that most were not devil worshipers but did ‘sell their souls’ for fame and fortune whether they wanted to or not. They wanted the rock star lifestyle, not devil worship. However, this did lead some into occult practices. Yet their choices often led to dire outcomes, such as drug or alcohol addiction, which my novel band characters engaged in handsomely.

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How I Wrote The Prodigal Band Trilogy (Part One)

This post is not about how, in the 60s and 70s and 80s, I came up with the characters as a gang, and then as a band. This post is about how I developed the final plot involving good vs. evil spirits and entities using the prodigal band for good or evil purposes, how I was inspired this way and how I managed to write the three novels, the final one (The Prodigal Band) twenty years after the second one (The Prophesied Band). How I turned just an entertaining piece about the foibles of rock stardom into a spiritual plot using the Parable of the Prodigal Son of the Gospel of Luke Chapter 15 as a guide. Finally, it is about actually creating the novels using various software including ClarisWorks (for Mac) and Corel WordPerfect, Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat conversions for PDFs on both Mac and PC desktops and laptops. I reviewed the “why” in the previous post; now is the “how.”

As I’ve stated in the previous post, in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, my mind made up the band and female main characters for the manuscript that I had no idea would become this trilogy. Then in the early 90s, I looked up at the stars and was then inspired to begin the writing journey—out here in rural mountain far west Texas, the stars are everywhere in the night sky on a clear night, unlike in urban and suburban areas. But what would be the main plot?

I started putting notes together with bound notebook and pen or pencil beginning with angels called the Tooters “prophesying” that a band would come about and be subjected to a tug of war between good and evil spirit characters as the band succeeded through the 90s and would eventually side with good over evil. Sometime in 1992 and 1993, using an old Atari XE computer which used a floppy disk “operating system” as a “hard drive” and where, once the disk set up the system, you take out the system disk and put in another floppy which holds the file one is working on (and where the new floppy holds about 48 kilobytes of space for the files)… In other words, only one or two chapters could be placed on each floppy disk, and, yes, they were indeed floppy! So using about five disks I typed in the first version of the book I titled “Rock Band” since I really had no idea what else to call the book. After completing this, I printed out a copy from each disk; I have no idea what printer I used. The plot was, in my opinion, weak as well—now why would angels call on a rock band to carry out a good agenda over evil when all the rock band members wanted to do was make millions and party and partake in sex orgies and get smashed on cocaine-like drugs? And then wind up in serious tribulations with seemingly no way out? So, in spring of 1994, I hit an impasse.

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The Foreword to The Prodigal Band, Self-Published by OmegaBooks in 2018, the Original Version of the Third Novel of The Prodigal Band Trilogy

Below is the original Foreword to the original, copyright 2018 by Deborah Lagarde, version of the third novel of The Prodigal Band Trilogy, The Prodigal Band, which is available as a FREE PDF download at the link in the menu above. It turns out, however, that calling this a ‘Foreword’ was a mistake since I wrote it; Forewords are usually written by another person; a Publisher, an Editor, or a Beta Reader. It should have been called an ‘Introduction.’

Further, Foreword or Introduction, the words below do state the ultimate purpose of the novel and the trilogy as a whole. Cheers!

A new post will arrive next week.

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Snippets of The Prodigal Band Trilogy: Romance

I have read few Romance novels, and I have seen few Romance movies that I have any affection for (but Romance Adventure movies like High Road to China, Jewel of the Nile, and Romancing the Stone are outstanding, IMHO). But one thing I know about the Romance genre–all Romance-themed novels or movies have this in common: sexual tension. It is not tension during the act of sex, but tension between the sexes involved with the romance relationship.

For instance: in High Road to China–one of my fave movies ever–the Bess Armstrong character and the Tom Selleck character (named O’Malley), in between hugging and kissing and bedding with each other, are constantly arguing, yelling at each other, her screaming, “O’Malley!” every few seconds or so, and O’Malley all pissed off because she demanded to fly her own plane and later crashed his plane named Dorothy in Nepal, as they headed to China to find her father, who was being screwed out of millions by his crooked business partner. In the end, of course, they decide to build a good relationship upon leaving western China where her dad is leading a rebellion against some overlord in the 1920s. All novels, Romance genre or not, that build some sexual tension, always have that tension relieved at the end, when love abounds.

And there is plenty of sexual tension in The Prodigal Band Trilogy. I have already discussed this marriage tension between the bassist Keith and his wife Jarris, in the Drama snippet.. In fact there is sexual tension between each band member and his woman throughout the three-books-in-one trilogy that get resolved at some point.

But the key “romance-sexual tension” partnership within the band and their women is between keyboard-synthist Bryan and his wife, Mo, who marry early and then things begin to go awry as they bring forth children. Prior to having kids, the relationship is as good as it could be; having children become the linchpin for what develops into a rocky relationship, as I will describe below in three snippets.

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Snippets of The Prodigal Band Trilogy: Mystery

There is plenty of mystery within this trilogy, but it is not mystery in terms of crime (as with Sherlock Holmes), suspense, or science fiction, but spiritual mystery. However, the following snippets that follow a specific event highlighted by revelations from the spirit being for Good known as the ‘witch of the Hovels’ do incorporate crime and suspense themes. All of these snippets are found within the second book of the trilogy, The Prophesied Band.

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Snippets of The Prodigal Band Trilogy: Horror

I grew up immersed in the Horror genre, movies mostly, but also some comic books. When I was a pre-teen and teenager, some local TV station had aSaturday night movie series called “ChillerTheater.” Today that has morphed into the DirecTV and DishTV channel “The Chiller Channel” or whatever it’s called now. It was on this show series I saw “Godzilla,” “The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms,” “The Crawling Eye,” and various Japanese and other monster movies, various zombie/ghoul/vampire/Frankenstein-type monsters and serial murder movies many of which starred my fave actor at the time, Vincent Price. Basically, if Vincent Price was in the movie, I watched it.

In my twenties, I started reading horror genre fiction but I thought horror movies were more exciting. There was one book–I have no idea what the title was but it’s one of the few I actually finished reading–about some vampire-like rock band that recruits roadies or fans or whatever and then turns them into vampires, but one small group of fans turns against the band. Eventually, the vampire band gets “burned” if you know what I mean. But I did not buy the book because it had vampires, but because it had vampires who were rock stars!

And around this time, Ozzie Osbourne was making it huge…And. Oh yeah, AC-DC, “Highway to Hell” and all that…

One of the reasons I began writing the books that make up the trilogy was the notion, which has some merit but which can also be debunked, that rock stars are all “devil worshipers” and rock music is “the devil’s music” which quite a few Christians still believe is true. Many supposedly Christian YouTube channels try to verify this over and over and over while mentioning a few, such as the guitarist for MegaDeath–I forgot his name–are avowed believers in Christ (as is rapper DMX). My point is not to prove rockers are not devil worshipers; some clearly are (such as Marilyn Manson). My point is wanting folks to get over the notion that listening to rock music is going to turn one against Christ or for Satan. As if listening to country music and someone like Miley Cyrus is going to turn one to Christ!

But anyway…

To contrast the band called Sound Unltd’s beginning and rise to fame and fortune with their inability to handle it wisely later, and then the coming trials and tribulations they face, I thought it would be a good idea to bring in the most debauched period of their ‘supremacy’ in rock music. This is where the horror comes in. There are no monsters or vampires or zombies or mass murders, but it still has horror themes including ‘rituals of the craft’ if you know what I mean.

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Snippets of The Prodigal Band Trilogy: Fantasy

The Fantasy genre can be defined in many ways as it mixes in with Science Fiction or Horror-Occultic or Spiritual or even Dystopian genres. But The Prodigal Band Trilogy does not take place on some fantasy world in another galaxy or another planet or another time frame, but in the modern times mostly in the time frame of late 70s to early 2000s, mostly in the UK or the US, mostly in southeast England, NYC, LA area or the Bay Area or in the fictitious city of Walltown in northeast England where the band, Sound Unltd, is from, or the Bay Area fictitious city called Richmont. Yet that’s not the fantasy part.

Both the first chapter of Battle of the Band and the first chapter of The Prodigal Band begin in the “beforetime” realm of God in heaven with the fallen angels being cast into the Abyss, and on Earth in the 1130s in Walltown, which in the year 1136 is burning, having been cursed by an evil Duke calling forth Demons to burn the residences of rebellious serfs. Meanwhile angelic forces entering the city through a portal where a three-part angelic statue is being built, come to inhabit that statue where they sit in spirit as they put out the fire. Since the statue-figures have music horns, the statue is called The Tooters.

Another force for good–truly a fantasy character–an old woman considered a ‘witch’ by the locals, Morwenna being her name, is able to channel The Tooters for the cause of good. As she is given a song that will be passed down to future generations to save the town from evil, she suddenly by divine intervention becomes young again, and is able to mate with the man who will raise a son to pass down the song for over 800 years. What can be more fantasy than a woman who grows old and young and old and young for 800 years to assure the song is passed down to what would become a ‘prophesied’ band.

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