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As we all should know by now a real Vampire is thought to be a corpse that supposedly rises each night to life and leaves it's grave to suck and feadst on blood. Ane even today according to many folk stories, a vampire must have a constant supply of fresh blood obtained by biting the neck of sleeping victims. The victims lose strength, die, and become vampires themselves.Contrary to the beliefs put forth in movies. Vampires can also be the re animated corpse's of domestic and wild animals such as dogs, cats, horses and beasts that prowl the woods. Also see: Also see Hunting For real Vampires

So did any of this so far give you a real clue? Have you seen something weirs. Felt drained or lost? Could a real psychic Vampire be chewing at your soul? Do you know what cities seem to have the hiegest concentrations of Vampires including those that call themselves the deadless ones.

Have you wanted them to touch you. Or tightly take and hold you. Fill you mind with only them and make you part of their world of passaion and lusturous blood filled desires? The warm emotional patinate sexual desires thet the undead stir up in us can be part of what original sins pure tainted blood.



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These actual famous cities seem to be the hot bed for the real Vampire KLANS sub culture of real vampirism. They are listed in the order of the most populated cities of the undead and their festations.

1. Paris, France

2. New Orleans, Louisiana

3. New York, New York

4. Sydney, Australia

5. Hong Kong, Japan

6. New Delhi, India

7. Cancun, Mexico

8. Moscow, Russia

9. London, Great Britan

10. Cairo, Egypt

It is not known of what the actual population of the vampire sub culture is that actually exist in mainland China to what degree. But on shear numbers of population China would make the list in the top 5

* Another very interesting point is that Israel and Germany tie in opposite specters that one country has the highest populace in percentages of 2-1 ratios the other the complete opposite.

* Mexico and Australia seem to tie when it comes to actual hauntings by vampires and actual living vampires. Because of several populated areas and compared to no poulace these cities also tie.

*In interviewing individuals possessed by vampires Necromancer Lisa Lee Harp Waugh put forth the theory that Real Vampires victims loose track of time when they are under a real vampires power. the felling that the hours you have awake last forever. But you are cursed to be dead to the beauty of the light of God. Hence forth the first Vampire was Cain. Others claim him as Judas Iscariot and still others as the undead Horus rising from his scattered pieces. But the truth is the true vampire is alive.


In zoology and botany, the term vampirism is used in reference to leeches, mosquito's, mistletoe, vampire bats, and other organisms that subsist on the bodily fluids of other hosts.

Just recently in the news an article surfaced concerning that of a Vampire like witch.

Family comes face to face with naked Witch

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A Zimbabwean man was stunned to silence after he came face to face with a naked old woman - vampirically sucking his daughter's breast in the middle of the night, The Zim Diaspora can exclusively reveal. 

The shocking incident has left people in headman Masunda’s area, Chivi district, Masvingo dumbfounded and horrified.

Although the case was not reported to the police, headman Chinodya Jongore Masunda confirmed the incident and said he presided over the matter at his community court last week.

Headman Masunda told our correspondent during a visit to the district last week that the man claimed to have come face to face with the witch who then quickly vanished into the thickness of the night.

The man, headman Masunda said, claims that his daughters were always complaining of breast pain and he decided to visit a prophet who gave him some holy water that he sprinkled in the house before they retired to bed.

The holy water was meant to give him power to see the witch when she came into the house.

They then went to sleep and at midnight the man claims to have seen the woman stark naked going into his children’s bedroom and he followed her.

He claims to have seen the woman kneeling down sucking the breasts of his teenage girl who had allegedly been complaining of breast pain.

The man claimed that he moved closer but the woman felt that something was wrong and she quickly got up and vanished into the dark night leaving the man stunned in horror.

The vampire of the 21st century (or vampyre subculture) is a lifestyle, involving a number of what some refer to as customs and beliefs, followed (in various fashions and to different degrees) by a subculture of people who are attracted to contemporary vampire lore and who seek to emulate it. While some older occult and tribal cultures have rituals and customs similar to the modern subculture, the vampire subculture itself is largely a social creation within Western culture, seemingly drawing from the rich recent history of popular culture related to cult symbolism, horror films, the fiction of Anne Rice, and the styles of Victorian England. It has been noted that the Vampyre subculture has stemmed largely from the Goth subculture but also emulates some elements of the S/M subculture. 


For people without actual VAMPIRE SM experience, the fantasies and appearances of SM are often excessive and frightening.

Also consider the fact that drinking someone elses blood can transit many disease. Hiv and a host of others including hepatis, Infectious disorders of blood.

* Blood is an important vector of infection. HIV, the virus, which causes AIDS, is transmitted through contact with blood, semen or other body secretions of an infected person. Hepatitis B and C are transmitted primarily through blood contact. Owing to blood-borne infections, bloodstained objects are treated as a biohazard.
* Bacterial infection of the blood is bacteremia or sepsis. Viral Infection is viremia. Malaria and trypanosomiasis are blood-borne parasitic infections.

But real VAMPIRE SM is not the same as SM fantasy, SM porn, nor SM in the movies. Some Vampire SM people look safe individuals, they might and quite often will take a slave or make them get tested for diseases before consumating the act of blood letting.

nd yes some vampire SM blood letting activities can be dangerous, but those who practice such relate that they are based on careful techniques - and even more careful practice.

Good Vampire S/M is repoted as safe or so they say.

Within the vampiric subculture, different people use the words "submissive" and "slave" to mean many different things. When submissives say "I want to be a vampires slave", sometimes they mean only that they want to be bled or introduced to a Vampire master to see what this is all about. Many real living Vampires routinely refer to their (usually not very genuinely submissive) "slaves". At the other extreme, there are people who want to be full-time personal vampire servants, and who truly want to exist solely for their " vampire owner's" use, pleasure, and convenience.

Then there is of course those that seek out real Vampires so that they can be initiated into the actual practice. This in essence is a Vampire slave that wants to be a Dominating Vampire in the community. Some venture to state they want the powers the of control over others that comes with the role. And most certainly there are many varient shades of vampirism in between these two extremes. 

To be with a vampire it is often a S & M relationship with erotic blood letting play as the main focus. This is based on deliberate roles of dominance and submission. Often vampire play can become sexual though that is not the case always. Conventional courtship and erotic play may use ploys of domination and submission, but in vampire SM these roles are deliberate and are played out as such. 

Vampires and thier slaves usually live in larger cities around the world. this is because it is much easier to find thier slaves who are more willing to accomadate them then in smaller towns and cities. Many of these larger vampire groups live in such places like Quebec, London, Paris, New Orleans, Hong Kong and Moscow. Though you might find one living next door to in any place where they decide to dominate. Of late many of the vampires of Los Angelos and New York tend to more underground. This they tell is because the vampire wannabee's seem to be everywhere nowadays.

Why Is Blood so important?

Many feel tha it the life force. Because it is such real vampires need it to survive. the life force in the blood is what they crave not the actual blood itself.

Drinking blood is a strong taboo in many countries, and is often vaguely associated with vampirism (the consumption of human blood)[citation needed].
A bowl of dinuguan

Blood sausage, or blood made into cake form, is quite popular in many parts of the world. In the Philippines, and China there is a delicacy of pigs blood made into a square form and roasted. Dinuguan, a popular item of filipino cuisine is a pork blood stew—meat simmered in a rich, spicy gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili and vinegar.

Some religions prohibit drinking or eating blood or food made from blood. In Judaism all mammal and bird meat (not fish) is salted to remove the blood. Jews and Jewish Proselytes follow the teaching in Leviticus 17:10-14, that since "the life of the animal is in the blood", no person may eat (or drink) the blood. However, they have no rules regarding blood transfusions since the blood is not consumed and because a transfusion is a medical procedure (Jews may break kosher laws, and Muslims may break harams, if it is for saving life). Iglesia ni Cristo also prohibits eating or drinking any blood. Jehovah's Witnesses, in addition, prohibits acceptance of blood transfusion.

According to the Bible blood is only to be used for special/sacred purposes in connection with worship [Exodus chapters 12, 24, 29; Matthew 26:28; Hebrews 9:22]. In the first century, Christians, both former Jews (the Jewish Christians), and new Gentile converts, were in dispute as to which particular features of Mosaic law were to be retained and upheld by them. The apostles decided that, among other things, it was necessary to abstain from consuming blood (Acts 15:28-29—King James Version):
“ For it seemed good to the Holy Ghost, and to us, to lay upon you no greater burden than these necessary things; That ye abstain from meats offered to idols, and from blood, and from things strangled, and from fornication: from which if ye keep yourselves, ye shall do well, Fare ye well. ”

These New Testament verses repeated certain elements of the Jewish law, and included the prohibition regarding blood, thus making it also binding upon the Early Christian church.

Blood is a specialized bodily fluid that delivers necessary substances to the body's cells — such as nutrients and oxygen — and transports waste products away from those same cells.

In vertebrates, it is composed of blood cells suspended in a liquid called blood plasma. Plasma, which comprises 55% of blood fluid, is mostly water (90% by volume),and contains dissolved proteins, glucose, mineral ions, hormones, carbon dioxide (plasma being the main medium for excretory product transportation), platelets and blood cells themselves. The blood cells present in blood are mainly red blood cells (also called RBCs or erythrocytes) and white blood cells, including leukocytes and platelets. The most abundant cells in vertebrate blood are red blood cells. These contain hemoglobin, an iron-containing protein, which facilitates transportation of oxygen by reversibly binding to this respiratory gas and greatly increasing its solubility in blood. In contrast, carbon dioxide is almost entirely transported extracellularly dissolved in plasma as bicarbonate ion.

Vertebrate blood is bright-red when its hemoglobin is oxygenated. Some animals, such as crustaceans and mollusks, use hemocyanin to carry oxygen, instead of hemoglobin. Insects and some molluscs use a fluid called hemolymph instead of blood, the difference being that hemolymph is not contained in a closed circulatory system. In most insects, this "blood" does not contain oxygen-carrying molecules such as hemoglobin because their bodies are small enough for their tracheal system to suffice for supplying oxygen.

Jawed vertebrates have an adaptive immune system, based largely on white blood cells. White blood cells help to resist infections and parasites. Platelets are important in the clotting of blood. Arthropods, using hemolymph, have hemocytes as part of their immune system.

Blood is circulated around the body through blood vessels by the pumping action of the heart. In animals having lungs, arterial blood carries oxygen from inhaled air to the tissues of the body, and venous blood carries carbon dioxide, a waste product of metabolism produced by cells, from the tissues to the lungs to be exhaled.

Medical terms related to blood often begin with hemo- or hemato- (also spelled haemo- and haemato-) from the Ancient Greek word αἶμα (haima) for "blood". In terms of anatomy and histology, blood is considered a specialized form of connective tissue, given its origin in the bones and the presence of potential molecular fibers in the form of fibrinogen.

Blood performs many important functions within the body including:

* Supply of oxygen to tissues (bound to hemoglobin, which is carried in red cells)
* Supply of nutrients such as glucose, amino acids, and fatty acids (dissolved in the blood or bound to plasma proteins (e.g., blood lipids)
* Removal of waste such as carbon dioxide, urea, and lactic acid
* Immunological functions, including circulation of white blood cells, and detection of foreign material by antibodies
* Coagulation, which is one part of the body's self-repair mechanism
* Messenger functions, including the transport of hormones and the signaling of tissue damage
* Regulation of body pH (the normal pH of blood is in the range of 7.35 - 7.45)[3] (covering only 0.1 pH unit)
* Regulation of core body temperature
* Hydraulic functions

Blood accounts for 7% of the human body weight, with an average density of approximately 1060 kg/m3, very close to pure water's density of 1000 kg/m3. The average adult has a blood volume of roughly 5 liters, composed of plasma and several kinds of cells (occasionally called corpuscles); these formed elements of the blood are erythrocytes (red blood cells), leukocytes (white blood cells), and thrombocytes (platelets). By volume, the red blood cells constitute about 45% of whole blood, the plasma constitutes about 54.3%, white cells constitute 0.7%.


In modern evidence-based medicine, bloodletting is used in management of a few rare diseases, including hemochromatosis and polycythemia. However, bloodletting and leeching were common unvalidated interventions used until the 19th century, as many diseases were incorrectly thought to be due to an excess of blood, according to Hippocratic medicine.

Due to its importance to life, blood is associated with a large number of beliefs. One of the most basic is the use of blood as a symbol for family relationships; to be "related by blood" is to be related by ancestry or descendance, rather than marriage. This bears closely to bloodlines, and sayings such as "blood is thicker than water" and "bad blood", as well as "Blood brother". Blood is given particular emphasis in the Jewish and Christian religions because Leviticus 17:11 says "the life of a creature is in the blood." This phrase is part of the Levitical law forbidding the drinking of blood or eating meat with the blood still intact instead of being poured off.

Mythic references to blood can sometimes be connected to the life-giving nature of blood, seen in such events as childbirth, as contrasted with the blood of injury or death.

Bloodletting (or blood-letting) is the withdrawal of often considerable quantities of blood from a patient to cure or prevent illness and disease. It was the most common medical practice performed by doctors from antiquity up to the late 19th century, a time span of almost 2,000 years. The practice has been abandoned for all except a few very specific conditions. It is conceivable that historically, in the absence of other treatments for hypertension, bloodletting could sometimes have had a beneficial effect in temporarily reducing blood pressure by a reduction in blood volume. However, since hypertension is very often asymptomatic and thus undiagnosable without modern methods, this effect was unintentional. In the overwhelming majority of cases, the historical use of bloodletting was harmful to patients.

Today, the term phlebotomy refers to the drawing of blood for laboratory analysis or blood transfusion (see Phlebotomy (modern)). Therapeutic phlebotomy refers to the drawing of a unit of blood in specific cases like hemochromatosis, polycythemia vera, porphyria cutanea tarda, etc., to reduce the amount of red blood cells.

Indigenous Australians

In many indigenous Australian Aboriginal peoples' traditions, ochre (particularly red) and blood, both high in iron content and considered Maban, are applied to the bodies of dancers for ritual. As Lawlor states:

In many Aboriginal rituals and ceremonies, red ochre is rubbed all over the naked bodies of the dancers. In secret, sacred male ceremonies, blood extracted from the veins of the participant's arms is exchanged and rubbed on their bodies. Red ochre is used in similar ways in less-secret ceremonies. Blood is also used to fasten the feathers of birds onto people's bodies. Bird feathers contain a protein that is highly magnetically sensitive.

Lawlor comments that blood employed in this fashion is held by these peoples to attune the dancers to the invisible energetic realm of the Dreamtime. Lawlor then connects these invisible energetic realms and magnetic fields, because iron is magnetic.
[edit] Indo-European paganism

Among the Germanic tribes (such as the Anglo-Saxons and the Norsemen), blood was used during their sacrifices; the Blóts. The blood was considered to have the power of its originator, and, after the butchering, the blood was sprinkled on the walls, on the statues of the gods, and on the participants themselves. This act of sprinkling blood was called bleodsian in Old English, and the terminology was borrowed by the Roman Catholic Church becoming to bless and blessing. The Hittite word for blood, ishar was a cognate to words for "oath" and "bond", see Ishara. The Ancient Greeks believed that the blood of the gods, ichor, was a mineral that was poisonous to mortals.


In Judaism, blood cannot be consumed even in the smallest quantity (Leviticus 3:17 and elsewhere); this is reflected in Jewish dietary laws (Kashrut). Blood is purged from meat by salting and soaking in water.

Another ritual involving blood involves the covering of the blood of fowl and game after slaughtering (Leviticus 17:13); the reason given by the Torah is: "Because the life of the animal is [in] its blood" (ibid 17:14).


Some Christian churches, including Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, and the Assyrian Church of the East teach that, when consecrated, the Eucharistic wine actually becomes the blood of Jesus. Thus in the consecrated wine, Jesus becomes spiritually and physically present. This teaching is rooted in the Last Supper, as written in the four gospels of the Bible, in which Jesus stated to his disciples that the bread that they ate was his body, and the wine was his blood. "This cup is the new testament in my blood, which is shed for you." (Luke 22:20).

Various forms of Protestantism, especially those of a Wesleyan or Presbyterian lineage, teach that the wine is no more than a symbol of the blood of Christ, who is spiritually but not physically present. Lutheran theology teaches that the body and blood is present together "in, with, and under" the bread and wine of the Eucharistic feast.

Christ's blood is also seen as the means for atonement for sins for Christians.

At the Council of Jerusalem, the apostles prohibited Christians from consuming blood, probably because this was a command given to Noah (Genesis 9:4, see Noahide Law). This command continued to be observed by the Eastern Orthodox.


Consumption of food containing blood is forbidden by Islamic dietary laws. This is derived from the statement in the Qur'an, sura Al-Ma'ida (5:3): "Forbidden to you (for food) are: dead meat, blood, the flesh of swine, and that on which hath been invoked the name of other than Allah."

Blood is considered as unclean and in Islam cleanliness is part of the faith, hence there are specific methods to obtain physical and ritual status of cleanliness once bleeding has occurred. Specific rules and prohibitions apply to Menstruation, Postnatal Bleeding and Irregular Vaginal Bleeding.

Jehovah's Witnesses

Based on their interpretation of the Bible, Jehovah's Witnesses do not eat blood or accept transfusions of whole blood or its four major components namely, red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets (thrombocytes), and whole plasma. Members are instructed to personally decide whether or not to accept fractions and medical procedures that involve their own blood.

Chinese and Japanese culture

In Chinese popular culture, it is often said that, if a man's nose produces a small flow of blood, this signifies that he is experiencing sexual desire. This often appears in Chinese-language and Hong Kong films as well as in Japanese culture parodied in anime and manga. Characters, mostly males, will often be shown with a nosebleed if they have just seen someone nude or in little clothing, or if they have had an erotic thought or fantasy; this is based on the idea that a male's blood pressure will spike dramatically when aroused.

Blood libel

Various religious and other groups have been falsely accused of using human blood in rituals; such accusations are known as blood libel. The most common form of this is blood libel against Jews. Although there is no ritual involving human blood in Jewish law or custom, fabrications of this nature (often involving the murder of children) were widely used during the Middle Ages to justify Antisemitic persecution.

Vampire legends

Vampires are mythical creatures that drink blood directly for sustenance, usually with a preference for human blood. Cultures all over the world have myths of this kind; for example the 'Nosferatu' legend, a human who achieves damnation and immortality by drinking the blood of others, originates from Eastern European folklore. Ticks, leeches, female mosquitoes, vampire bats, and an assortment of other natural creatures do drink blood, but only bats are associated with vampires. This has no relation to vampire bats which are new world creatures discovered well after the origins of the European myths.

Major Cities around the world with the largest concentrations of real Vampires

Afghanistan - Kabul     Lithuania - Vilnius
Albania - Tirane Luxembourg - Luxembourg
Algeria - Algiers Macedonia, Republic of - Skopje
Andorra - Andorra La Vella Madagascar - Antananarivo
Angola - Luanda Malawi - Lilongwe
Antigua and Barbuda - Saint John's Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur
Argentina - Buenos Aires Maldives - Male
Armenia - Yerevan Mali - Bamako
Aruba - Oranjestad Malta - Valletta
Australia - Australian Capital Territory - Canberra, Sydney Marshall Islands - Majuro
Austria - Vienna Mauritania - Nouakchott
Azerbaijan - Baku Mauritius - Port Louis
Bahamas - Nassau Mexico - Federal District - Mexico City, Cancun
Bahrain - Manama Micronesia - Ponape - Palikir
Bangladesh - Dhaka Moldova - Chisinau
Barbados - Bridgetown Monaco - Monaco
Belarus - Minsk Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar
Belgium - Brussels Montenegro - Podgorica
Belize - Belmopan Montserrat - Brades
Benin - Porto Novo Morocco - Rabat
Bhutan - Thimphu Mozambique - Maputo
Bolivia - Sucre Myanmar - Yangon
Bosnia-Herzegovina - Sarajevo Namibia - Windhoek
Botswana - Gaborone Nauru - Yaren
Brazil - Distrito Federal - Brasilia Nepal - Kathmandu
British Virgin Islands - Road Town Netherlands - Amsterdam
Brunei - Bandar Seri Begawan New Zealand - Wellington
Bulgaria - Sofia Nicaragua - Managua
Burkina Faso - Ouagadougou Niger - Niamey
Burundi - Bujumbura Nigeria - Abuja
Cambodia - Phnom Penh Niue - Alofi
Cameroon - Yaoundé North Korea - Pyongyang
Canada - Ontario - Ottawa Norway - Oslo
Cape Verde - Praia Oman - Muscat
Cayman Islands - George Town Pakistan - Islamabad
Central African Republic - Bangui Palau - Koror
Chad - Ndjamena Panama - Panama
Chile - Santiago Papua New Guinea - Port Moresby
China - Beijing Paraguay - Asuncion
Colombia - Bogota Peru - Lima - Lima
Comoros - Moroni Philippines - Manila
Congo - Brazzaville Pitcairn Islands - Adamstown
Congo Dem.Rep. - Kinshasa Poland - Warsaw
Cook Islands - Rarotonga Portugal - Lisbon
Costa Rica - San Jose Puerto Rico - San Juan
Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) - Yamoussoukro Qatar - Doha
Croatia - Zagreb Reunion (French) - Saint-Denis
Cuba - Havana Romania - Bucharest, Transylvania*
Cyprus - Nicosia Russia - Moscow
Czech Republic - Prague Rwanda - Kigali
Denmark - Copenhagen Saint Helena - Jamestown
Djibouti - Djibouti Saint Kitts and Nevis - Basseterre
Dominica - Roseau Saint Lucia - Castries
Dominican Republic - Santo Domingo Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Kingstown
Ecuador - Quito Samoa - Apia
Egypt - Cairo San Marino - San Marino *
El Salvador - San Salvador Sao Tome and Principe - São Tomé
Equatorial Guinea - Malabo Saudi Arabia - Riyadh
Eritrea - Asmara Senegal - Dakar
Estonia - Tallinn Serbia - Belgrade
Ethiopia - Addis Ababa Seychelles - Victoria
Falkland Islands - Stanley Sierra Leone - Freetown
Fiji - Suva Singapore - Singapore
Finland - Helsinki Slovakia - Bratislava
France - Paris Slovenia - Ljubljana
Gabon - Libreville Solomon Islands - Honiara
Gambia - Banjul Somalia - Mogadishu
Georgia - Tbilisi South Africa - Pretoria
Germany - Berlin - Berlin, Munich South Korea - Seoul
Ghana - Accra Spain - Madrid *
Gibraltar - Gibraltar Sri Lanka - Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte
Greece - Athens Sudan - Khartoum
Grenada - Saint George's Suriname - Paramaribo
Guatemala - Guatemala Swaziland - Mbabane
Guinea - Conakry Sweden - Stockholm
Guinea-Bissau - Bissau Switzerland - Bern
Guyana - Georgetown Syria - Damascus
Haiti - Port-au-Prince Taiwan - Taipei
Honduras - Tegucigalpa Tajikistan - Dushanbe
Hungary - Budapest Tanzania - Dodoma
Iceland - Reykjavik Thailand - Bangkok
India - Delhi - New Delhi Timor-Leste - Dili
Indonesia - Java - Jakarta Togo - Lome
Iran - Tehran Tonga - Nukualofa
Iraq - Baghdad Trinidad and Tobago - Port of Spain
Ireland - Dublin Tunisia - Tunis
Isle of Man - Douglas Turkey - Ankara
Israel - Jerusalem Turkmenistan - Ashgabat
Italy - Rome, Venice, Turks and Caicos Islands - Cockburn Town
Jamaica - Kingston Tuvalu - Funafuti
Japan - Tokyo, Hong Kong U.K. - England - London, Edinbourg,
Jordan - Amman U.S.A. - New Orleans, New York, Los angeles
Kazakstan - Astana Uganda - Kampala
Kenya - Nairobi Ukraine - Kyiv
Kiribati - Tarawa United Arab Emirates - Abu Dhabi - Abu Dhabi
Kuwait - Kuwait City Uruguay - Montevideo
Kyrgyzstan - Bishkek Uzbekistan - Tashkent
Laos - Vientiane Vanuatu - Port Vila
Latvia - Riga Vatican City State - Vatican City
Lebanon - Beirut Venezuela - Caracas
Lesotho - Maseru Vietnam - Hanoi
Liberia - Monrovia Yemen - Sana
Libya - Tripoli Zambia - Lusaka
Liechtenstein - Vaduz Zimbabwe - Harare





What fun it must be for a real vampiore for a few years just to prey on the blood of unspuspecting vicitims. Vampires of the 21st century warn their victims today ans are more sought out then in past centuries. No one dared lived the life of the Dark lie. Be well lets say Un dead openly from childhood until the Novels of Anne Rice created the new Dracula for a new century. Many believe the mystery of finding the Devil in Lestat is what changed the soul of Rice forever.

Her commentary on the understanding of the undead as more undead then dead opened up the role of a Vampire with a mind a heart and a soul. soomething that so many lack today.

Computor vampires are very much likened to those vampires that suck your energy. Vampirre, blood letting web sites are also addictive. If you only knew how many real vampires have coursed over this page inch by inch. Not twlling anyone and looking for the secret key to unlock the powers of the Dark vampire lord? I bet your tassting blood rith now as you read this.


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A chilling chronicle of the often ignored history of vampirism as it has surfaced repeatedly in news articles, historical accounts, and first person interviews, this shocking account of occultist rituals and the inhuman forces that influence them shines a light on the horrifying truth. Revealing that real vampires are not immortal, do not have fangs or sleep in coffins, and have no fear of sunlight or crucifixes, the examination dispels many myths but also confirms the truth behind several traits of real vampires, such as the insatiable thirst for blood and the dream of an eternal soul. Complete with 30 spine-tingling tales of the hideous wraiths and creatures that lurk in shadow, this fascinating collection includes the stories of the Mexican prostitute who mesmerized an entire village, convincing them she was an Incan goddess who required human sacrifice for her magic; the three teenagers who left a trail across the South as they conducted blood-drinking rituals with animals; and the mysterious Lady in Black who draws psychic energy from men who dare approach her as she wanders through city streets and parks.

About the Author

Brad Steiger is an award-winning writer with more than five decades of experience exploring unusual, hidden, secret, and strange occurrences. He is the author of Conspiracies and Secret Societies; Real Ghosts, Restless Spirits, and Haunted Houses; and The Werewolf Book. He lives in Forest City, Iowa.

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Vampires are thought to be mythological or folkloric beings that subsist on human and/or animal lifeforce. In most cases, they are reanimated corpses who feed by draining and consuming the blood of living beings. In folklore, the term usually refers to the blood-drinking humans of Eastern European legends, but the term is often applied to similar legendary creatures from other regions and cultures. The characteristics of vampires vary widely among these different traditions. Some cultures also have stories of non-human vampires, including real animals such as bats, dogs, spiders, and mythical creatures such as the chupacabra.

Undead Vampires are a frequent subject of fictional books and films, although fictional vampires are often attributed traits distinct from those of folkloric vampires.

Vampirism is the practice of drinking blood from a person or animal. In folklore and popular culture, the term refers to a belief that one can gain supernatural powers by drinking human blood. The historical practice of vampirism can generally be considered a more specific and less commonly occurring form of cannibalism. The consumption of another's blood (or flesh) has been used as a tactic of psychological warfare intended to terrorize the enemy, and can be used to reflect various spiritual beliefs.

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