"Great drama: Niether did John the Baptist have any idea that he would be decapatated over a woman's most hateful scorn just as Adam was destroyed by his beter half's sin. For the approaching seductive deed of that heartless niece of Herod was sure to fill up the long measure of her godless ways.
Even Herod would soon discover that her selfish transgressions made the ugliness of her stone cold heart to be hid carefully under the outward beauty of her skin-deep sex appeal.
Nor would he see her painted red fingernails as the claws they really were until after it was far too late. So it then came about the next evening, after the feast, that Herodius unexpectedly let Herod know that she had a surprise for him.
Therefore she immediately clapped her hands as a signal for Salome to enter into that feasting hall, surrounded by a small multitude of guests, clad in scarlet and purple robes.
And to Herod's delight that sultry young woman was all decked out beautifully with seven silk veils, all colors of the rainbow, one layered underneath the preceeding one.
But she also knew in advance that she would only be removing four of her seven veils before she ended up her inticing performance, thereby taking Herod to the very edge of the abandonment of his better senses.
It was then the seductive moment when that curvy fox began swaying to the dance of the seven veils with the mastery of a well seasoned seductrous.
'Twas additionally the subtle teasing moment of many beckoning twirls, the real flirtatious time of many winking whirls, as well as the R-rated hour of Salome's dress being removed one layer at a time with the expertise of a proffessional belly dancer, deep in the throes of stripping.
And as she dipped, jumped, and did some mind blowing splits, Herod began drooling, while his ogling eyes stared at her in utter disbeilief."