Cybele Goes Crazy — Comedy fiction takes a trip to planet Earth Mother.Read how plain old Dave from small town Maybridge falls in love with the glamorous Lucy, and ends up as Ishtar the Priest.Gods and Goddesses run amok from London to Wyoming, andMoreCybele Goes Crazy — Comedy fiction takes a trip to planet Earth Mother.Read how plain old Dave from small town Maybridge falls in love with the glamorous Lucy, and ends up as Ishtar the Priest.Gods and Goddesses run amok from London to Wyoming, and Hector of Troy conquers the mighty Achilles in an arm wrestling competition.Most of all, this is the story of the ancient Goddess, Cybele.
She rises once more in a globe-shaking transformation. The Divine One, and the forces behind her, give the pagan world a thoroughly modern makeover.Cybele also wears sunglasses and sings like Marilyn Monroe. This is one helluva woman, and then some ...The Church of Cybele is backed by a group of wealthy investors known as the Foundation. Its leading member is Zak Barron. He’s a larger than life character in all senses of the word. He opens up Nathans Palace – The Eighth Wonder of the World. Here, all sorts of crazy games and adventures are played out.The founders of the Church are Mike and Kathy Da Costa.
They become distraught with the changes that are playing havoc with their creation. Cybele becomes a new Frankenstein, but with big breasts and jewellery. The latter characteristics are shared by Lucy, who has charisma popping out all over the shop.The Church has various enemies, including the Sons of Zeus. They attack the Divine One with flying fruit and sarcasm.
Also involved are the Cybele Lives Again movement. They hark back to a more authentic Earth Mother. Amongst this group is the beautiful but mysterious Woman in Black, and the terrifying Uncle Tiresias.While she is touring Stateside, Cybele attends a star-studded soirée at the White House hosted by President Bloomingfield. ‘Bloom’s your Groom’, as his election slogan ran, is well impressed by the ten foot Goddess. She’s the Queen of the Night, ‘in a short-sleeved dress with a tiara on her bonce’.Jammed to the covers with fun, drama and things you probably never knew about ancient religions.
This is a novel to boost your brain, while tickling your fancy with a feather duster full of love and laughter.