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The Queen of the Damned Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 5, Lestat: This Is My Body; This Is My Blood Summary

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Part 3, Chapter 5, Lestat: This Is My Body; This Is My Blood Summary

Akasha has taken Lestat to Greece. He awakens in a fine home to realize that Akasha has already commanded the women to kill the men. His powers have continued to increase, and he can now move and break things without touching them. He can also make his spirit leave his body to travel, but he does not like the feeling of it. The Greek women see Akasha as the blessed mother, and not just the Virgin Mary but also the goddess who ruled the land before Christianity. They have knocked down the churches, temples and museums.

Akasha further explains her plan to Lestat. She has spent centuries coming to the realization that the only way to bring Eden to earth is to kill all the men to...

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