The Ælfgeir Chronicle

Chapter I

It came to pass that a multitude believed in an ancient sage called Atlee and attributed to him, health, prosperity, wisdom and all things that are good. In those days a dragon rose above the sea. The dragon stood on the shore of the sea and people marvelled at the false prophet and came under a great delusion, believing him to be the ancient sage risen from the dead. People said ‘Who is like the dragon? Who can wage war against him? surely this man is the chosen one who will deliver us.’

People worshipped the dragon because of the eloquence of his false prophesies believing them to be progressive. They chanted the dragon’s name and said ‘Who is like the dragon? Who can wage war against him? surely this man is the chosen one who will deliver us.’ not knowing the great tribulation he would bring upon Albion’s shore. Within their social media echo chambers they were deluded into thinking that the whole world was filled with wonder and followed him.

The false prophet uttered proud words and blasphemies and exercised authority through an Orphic spell. It opened its mouth to speak against the Tories, and to slander their name and those who vote for them.

In those days there was also a great fire and the Dragon deceived his multitude saying that this tribulation was caused by ancient rites practised by the followers of the May goddess and they chanted the dragon’s name and said ‘Who is like the dragon? Who can wage war against him? surely this man is the chosen one who will deliver us.’

Because of the Orphic spell the dragon deceived the inhabitants of a field within a shire. It ordered them to resurrect an image in its honour and the multitude chanted the dragon’s name and said ‘Who is like the dragon? Who can wage war against him? surely this man is the chosen one who will deliver us.’

This image could cause people to go out of their minds and have all who refused to worship it to be killed.  It had done this in less fortunate lands in the past conquering other dragons, tigers and a bear.  In this day it wanted to use it’s followers to conquer a lion. Wherever this image had power it forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a party membership card so that they could not buy or sell anything unless they had government approval.

And it came to pass in those days that the voice of the wise was at times like the sound of rushing waters warning of the great tribulation the dragon and the image would bring. The followers of the May goddess in this seat of Mars gave admonishment concerning the false prophet who was deceiving the nation’s youth and advocating foreign gods.  But those under the Orphic spell responded by chanting the dragon’s name and said ‘Who is like the dragon? Who can wage war against him? surely this man is the chosen one who will deliver us.’

Those under a great delusion, believing the dragon to be the ancient sage risen from the dead who would have them resurrect an image in its honour that would force all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a party membership card so that they could not buy or sell unless they had government approval continued to worship the dragon and the image that he represented.

This calls for wisdom. Let the person who has insight calculate the name of the dragon and let the person who has insight calculate the name of the image. For the name of the dragon is the name of a man and the name of the image is the name of an ideology. That name is Jeremy Corbyn. That ideology is socialism.

 

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