Welcome to The Lodge of Asmodeus, as chronicled in:
Dum Spiro, Te Amo
(While I breathe, I love you),
The unabridged tale of Eagle Aerie, The Lodge of Asmodeus
published on All Hallows’ Eve, 2018.
Dum Spiro, Te Amo is the tale of Xavior Tenney Caine and his father. Precipitated by an awful event, they enter into a Faustian bargain with Asmodeus, the Demon of Lust, the Lord of Incubi, Succubi, and Sederbi. This is a story packed with horror, lust, and love, involving an underage boy and his father. If that does not interest you, please leave now.
By way of introduction, a little about Asmodeus:
Sidonay, alias Asmoday, a great king, strong and mightie, he is seene with three heads, whereof the first is like a bull, the second like a man, the third like a ram, he hath a serpents taile, he belcheth flames out of his mouth, he hath feete like a goose, he sitteth on an infernall dragon, he carrieth a lance and a flag in his hand, he goeth before others, which are under the power of Amaymon. When the conjuror exerciseth this office, let him be abroad, let him be warie and standing on his feete; if his cap be on his head, he will cause all his dooings to be bewraied, which if he doo not, the exorcist shalbe deceived by Amaymon in everie thing. But so soone as he seeth him in the forme aforesaid, he shall call him by his name, saieng; Thou art Asmoday; he will not denie it, and by and by he boweth downe to the ground; he giveth the ring of venues, he absolutelie teacheth geometrie, arythmetike, astronomie, and handicrafts. To all demands he answereth fullie and trulie, he maketh a man invisible, he sheweth the places where treasure lieth, and gardeth it, if it be among the legions of Amaymon, he hath under his power seventie two legions.
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7. DUM SPIRO, TE AMO (While I breathe, I love you)