Santa Muerte mothership stalks Buckingham Palace

Written by queen mudder

Sunday, 10 January 2010

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It rose from the Palace lake, rumored to hide a vast UFO alien mausoleum

London - (X-Files): The iconic narcosaint-emblazoned UFO was seen menacing the London skyline this weekend ahead of a stupendous Sun/Venus conjunction on Monday night.

Witnesses say the death-herald craft rose from the waters of the Buckingham Palace lake, long rumored to be an extraterrestrial smokescreen hiding a vast subterranean UFO mausoleum.

The UFO's glowing logo of a cackling skeleton dressed in raunchy female S&M costume pulsated brightly against the night sky as the craft circled above the Palace's Al Qaeda guest suite.

Grooms at the neighboring royal stables had to summon veterinary help to sedate their charges when some of the ceremonial carriage-pulling stallions began sweating profusely.

"Reckon it was the pulsating hybrid Mexican Santa Muerte add-ons that did it," head lad Monty Krupnik told reporters as video images of the ship's Grim Reaper-style scythe, syringe and suicide bomber body belt livery were flashed around the world.

Royal Archives curators have long maintained that the image of the syncretic Mesoamerican/Vatican SeƱora de la Noche ('Lady of the Night') idol is an integral part of the House of Ratzinger hystery.

"If you revere her, obey her to the letter and are faithful to her, she might just look after you," Archives' specialist Prof V Smartt commented.

"But she's pne mean-assed mutha so beware her vengeance."

The Duchess of Cornwall's DNA birth parents are Prince Philip and Lady Antonia Fraser.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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