THE NOSFERATU VS THE THINKER: WOULD THE REAL ÜBERMENSCH PLEASE STAND UP!
THE THINKER SEES THE LIGHT
Greetings, most honored reader!
Ah, now it seems we at last see the deeper game, a game for nothing less than absolute mastery and control of the Wyrld and its peoples, heart, mind, and soul. A clash of two Weltanschauungen, that of the Nosferatu and that of the Thinker.
At first glance, it would appear that there is little difference between the two, but that would be an overly hasty judgment.
It’s seldom one encounters absolute evil or absolute good. In the case of the Nosferatu, however, we’ll make an exception. They are absolutely evil—to their very core. What do they offer mankind? Terror, fear, annihilation, murder, and death. For some, they may even offer the possibility of new life, immortality, as a vampire, but can it still be called “life,” or is it more of a case of not quite alive, not quite dead? And as I discussed HERE, can we even be sure that it would be you coming back to life, or someone or something else, something demonic? (even we of the Cognescentii are not sure).
On the other hand we have the Thinker. Cruel, despotic, deceiving, authoritarian, yes, but “absolute evil”…no. Truly, he is playing a deeper hand. He will not hesitate to use our friends, Bryan, Nikki, and Seth as pawns in his battle for control against the vampires, but he offers greater hope to mankind, a new Wyrld via his New Magic, a magic garnered from the science and technology of your own—but with him, the Thinker, as its new head. A benevolent dictator, perhaps?
In the end, who will win is not yet clear: the Nosferatu, immortal, ancient, and with powers and influence beyond any mere mortal or mortal kingdom; or, on the other hand, a single man, a wizard for sure, but one with the drive, the ambition, and the intelligence that propelled him to challenge even the gods.
Whoever wins, one point is clear: Bryan, Nikki, and Seth are caught in the crossfire, and they may not survive long enough to see who wins.
Please join me in the weeks to come, most honored reader, to find out. Until then,
With Cognescentii blessings,