Where Mortals and Gods travel , lay the power of the Priestess! A Goddess among mortals, the Priestess and her husband the Valley Knight protect the land between the living and supernatural.

© 2011 H. Wolfgang Porter.

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The Priestess: Stones, Conflict and Legacy, Pt. VI

     Princess Meru sat amid plush blue cloth cushions in the impromptu ‘waiting room’. Within the hour she would meet her betrothed, Prince Tinochika ruler of the Island Principality. Nervousness and confusion filled Meru’s mind as she saw the oil clock burned its fuel steadily marking the time. She was conflicted at her core for her attendants reported the Prince being quite handsome and vigorous. He was obviously wealthy and ruled a nation. Yet, she was hopelessly in love with the man who…

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The Priestess: Stones, Conflict and Legacy, Pt. V

     The moment had come. Tied securely to the ceiling of the tough palm wood cage, the unbearable, never-ending sounds and stench of dozens of forges and smiths working in shifts from sunrise to sunrise added to the prisoner Turid’s growing madness. ‘Truly this is Niffelheim,’ she thought for her soul after death continued to endure torture after torture.      After days of confinement in the cage with barely enough room for her to move her legs, but not enough to stretch them out and having…

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The Priestess: Stones, Conflict and Legacy, Part IV

     Atop the wall facing the still great Palm Forest, the Champion N’Sisi stood in full battle garb with spear and shield. The cleared area before the city walls was extended farther back to increase the range Tenaree archers would have to shoot across. The open land was now studded with stumps, large chunks of felled trees and sharpened wooden palisades to make the movement of the approaching siege engines more difficult when they arrived.      She preferred to be here instead of with her…

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The Priestess: Stones, Conflict and Legacy Pt. III

     Deep within the heart of a mountain many miles from the coast, the entity the Tenaree called ‘The Red Spirit’ brooded. Sitting upon a throne-like projection of basalt and volcanic glass, the being who would claim the vast lands of Palm for her own winced at the pain in her arm. The feeling was unaccustomed as she being a semi-divine being, no weapon made by mortal hands could do her injury.      Yet, two arrow shafts protruded from her forearm with their heads buried beneath the many…

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