(LOOSE SPOILERS: LOOSLEY BASED on AHS Delicate from the Book. AU version. Changed up some events and Olympia and Anna a little. But it has the gist of it.)
In the heart of New York City, a city that pulsed with energy day and night, there lived a woman named Olympia. She was a paradoxical blend of mystery and eccentricity, her charisma drawing people in like a moth to a flame. Olympia was not just any woman; she was a midwife witch, and her confidant was Siobahn, with whom she shared the secrets of a hidden coven.
Their coven operated behind the façade of a fertility clinic, offering hope to those seeking the precious gift of parenthood. Among those hopeful souls was Anna, a middle-aged Hollywood actress who had made the bustling city her home. Her fame had not tarnished her whimsical spirit, and her quest to become a mother led her to the clinic.
Olympia, with her emerald eyes and enigmatic aura, sensed something extraordinary in Anna from the moment they crossed paths. Their conversations flowed effortlessly, filled with banter that forged a deep and genuine friendship. Olympia's bubbly personality, punctuated with phrases like "It's all tickety-boo and tippety-top," was a comforting presence for Anna.
As Anna underwent IVF treatments at the clinic, she remained blissfully unaware of the magical nature of its staff. Little did she know that Olympia and Siobahn were witches with the power to make miracles happen. Spells were cast, and Anna's fertility blossomed, filling her heart with newfound hope.
But as the weeks passed, a sinister force began to weave its dark web. Anna's dreams were invaded by haunting nightmares—visions of spiders, crawling and birthing from the depths of her soul. The nightmarish hallucinations grew in intensity, casting a pall of darkness over her.
The coven recognized these dreams as a sinister sign, a foreboding warning that Anna's unborn child was in peril. However, before they could intervene, tragedy struck. One fateful night, as Anna's hallucinations reached their zenith, she suffered a miscarriage, a loss that left her shattered and wracked with pain.
In her darkest hour, Anna turned to Olympia, her voice trembling with desperation. She begged the midwife witch to bring her baby back to life, not knowing the true extent of Olympia's powers. Fueled by compassion and a sense of responsibility, Olympia performed a discreet and intricate spell that merged Siobahn's ethereal soul with Anna's unborn child, creating a bond that transcended the boundaries of magic and reality.
The day finally arrived when Anna's child was born—a beautiful, ethereal being with eyes that held secrets of both light and darkness. As the child grew, its supernatural abilities became increasingly apparent. It could move objects with its mind, conjure shadows, and manipulate reality itself.
Anna, overjoyed that her baby had survived, lavished the child with love and affection. But beneath the surface, something sinister lurked. The child's actions grew more malevolent, causing inexplicable harm to those around them.
Unbeknownst to Anna, her baby was not ordinary. It was the Antichrist, awakened by the intricate web of magic and despair surrounding its birth. Its true nature remained hidden from Anna's eyes, and she saw only the child she had longed for.
In the heart of New York City, a city known for its dreams and aspirations, Anna's world would soon unravel as she confronted the true nature of her miraculous child—a being born of both light and shadow, destined to bring chaos and darkness into the world as the harbinger of the apocalypse. And Olympia, the mysterious midwife witch turned heroine, would face her greatest challenge yet, as she grappled with the consequences of her actions and the terrifying presence of the Antichrist in their midst.