posted on Apr, 17 2009 @ 04:33 AM
Originally posted by jackinthebox
I entertain the possibility that the Comte De St. Germain may have been a Vampire. He is said to have never aged, was spotted after his "normal"
lifespan should have expired, and drank some "elixir" instead of eating. The need for blood does not necessarily equate to violence.
This poster mentions something very important here! The vampire mythos directly ties into alchemy. Bram Stoker's book Dracula
references to the mysteries of alchemy.
There is a way to make the Philosopher's Stone from human blood. This version of the Stone is the universal medicine for humans. It has the ability
to slow aging, or even prevent it in some circumstances (depending on the multiplication strength of the Stone). Blood carries the life force. This
life force is directly manipulated, exalted, multiplied, and fixed by alchemical operations.
It's said that this knowledge was possessed by Adam (adamah = red earth), Cain, Moses, Aaron, etc. If you know your biblical history it's said that
they lived quite long. This secret is the grand secret of many occult based secret societies (Golden Dawn, Ordo Templi Orientis, Argenteum Astrum,
Do you know the story behind the holy grail? The cup that held the blood of Christ. The cup that is said to grant immortality to whomever drinks from
it? The term "holy grail" can also be manipulated via its French translation to mean royal blood (in accordance with the alchemical phonetic
cabala). It's believed that this is supposed to hint towards a secret bloodline of Jesus, but actually it's meant to be taken literally.
Blood sacrifices are often employed in magickal practices because of the extremely potent life force contained within the fluid. It is a potent magnet
for all astral entities - both good and bad.
This is very real, and very dangerous.
[edit on 17-4-2009 by Aleilius]