What a strange and fantastic story! Brilliantly written.
“Le Pape Formose et Etienne VII” by Jean-Paul Laurens (1870)
Here is a short story about, well, a cybernetic pope. You know what they say: strange and bizarre tales are good for the soul. They don’t say that? Well they should. Written on the 4th September 2016.
“The Cybernetic Pope“
Pope Formosus, the Cybernetic Pope, raised his arm and commanded the swarm of mechanical wasps. They descended upon the sacrificial children and within minutes had converted them into pulp. Their screams recharged Formosus’ cerebral batteries, and their juice flowed through the channels into his abdominal cannisters, enabling him to continue his papacy for another month.
Smiling, the reanimated head of the Catholic church activated his hypersonic heel boosters and blasted across the tiles of St. Peter’s Basilica. He was due out on the balcony in a few minutes to let his loving followers know that the cycle had…
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