Vulpe the Fortune Teller


Vulpe the Fortune Teller is the is the great, great, great, great, great grandfather of Dr. Fox and taught him the mysteries of palmistry and the Tarot.  Vulpe the Fortune Teller is also known as the eternal gypsy.  He was born during the reign of Vlad the Impaler in Transylvania.  Vlad studied the mystic arts of the gypsies and using alchemy created a formula of immortality that included vampire blood and the blood of a werefox.  The blood of the werefox meant that all subsequent generations of the subsequently named Fox family would occasionally turn into werefoxes.  Vulpe the Fortune Teller occasionally visits his great, great, great, great, great grandson when he uses palmistry and the Tarot in his ESL lessons.  Dr. Fox has a rather strange family that includes an older brother, Hugo the Hippie, a younger brother, Todd the Zombie Hunter and his great, great, great, great, great grandson, Orithorn the Insect Man.

Hyperlinks

The Strange Family Tree of Dr Fox

Fortune Telling Lessons: palmistry & tarot

Hugh Fox III - Cloud

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2 responses to “Vulpe the Fortune Teller

  1. I’ve got a question for the time traveling Vulpe the Fortune Teller: In his time period, women weren’t allowed to attend university. Is teaching more fun now in the 21st Century, now that so many lovely young women are in the classes?

    • In my opinion, a coed class is better than a class segregated by gender for everyone involved! However I went to males only schools for one year in Venezuela and one year in Argentina. It was an interesting experience. I was 13 when I went to that school in Argentina and I learned a lot about being a guy that I would not have in the coed schools of the US.

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