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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 08:01 PM
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Originally posted by Hylindril

Originally posted by Nightchild

Originally posted by Hylindril

I once found a great explanation to why vampires cannot exist from the scientific aspect but I can't find the article anymore. In it though they treat vampirism like a disease and that everyone thats bitten turns immediately. I wonder if they truly existed/exist if there was something in their system (maybe some sort of protein, antibody, etc.) that would cause blood lust, immortality, etc.

Oh well, seems like i've rattled on.
Good night!


A truly ridiculous calculation and it is very apparent that the person doing it did not even intend to toake the topic seriously.
For instance, if he would have taking into consideration that the majority- or perhaps none- of the "Victims" actuallly turns, then the whole calculation of his would have fallen together like a house of cards.
Probably that was also the very reason he chose to not consider that point.


That was my original thought too. I think that if they truly exist than they are a far more complex species. The aspect of the math that concerns that basically by now all of the world should have been turned is true indeed. However, like we have said, they probably are far more complex. I'm actually embarrassed saying the following but... ;-)... There is one thing that I like about Stephenie Meyer's vampires in Twilight and that is that she introduces the "vampire venom" which was the source for their (now quoting DragonRiderGal) mutations :-)! It was what made them immortal and gradually changed them over the course of days into living statues. I have to admit though that by a long shot the vampire queen is still Anne Rice.

However, this is what I have always presumed to be the problem. Something that I call and many others The Missing Link. Humanity by far has not discovered everything this world has to offer. The possibility that a virus such as the one DragonRiderGal describes could in fact exist is a possibility. There are enough diseases, etc, that have rather strange symptoms.

@DragonRiderGal, all still good in "Grand Memoria?" :-)!



Sorry, I just noticed this aside to me. I'm not sure though, what you mean by "Grand Memoria"... Would that be another name for the racial unconscious?




posted on May, 18 2011 @ 08:07 PM
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Originally posted by Scales
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I saw vampires at a movie theater once...

They sparkled and used some form of biological CGI to give themselves abs.


But seriously, its fun to believe in them but they have to be one of the least likely to exist cryptids.


And yet, like the elves, rumors and myths of them persist, eh? It is that persistence that is a good clue that they do indeed exist albeit out of sight, or lost behind a grey wall of NWO (the Illuminati's current face) misleading and dismissive propoganda.



posted on May, 19 2011 @ 09:46 PM
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Haha, I agree. They entire idea of sparkling like diamonds is extremely silly. The only interesting quality of her vampires to me is the "venemous" bit.

I suppose that if vampires truly do exist we'll never know any of their attributes for certain. I also think it's unlikely anyone ever will unless of course... well.... *bite*.

Perhaps those that do know simply keep quiet for unspecified reasons.



posted on May, 19 2011 @ 09:49 PM
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Yes, I thought Grand Memoria was an appropriate name ;-)! Doesn't ascension (now aside from the topic) also preach that all the knowledge is out there and around us?

Q: Do vampires associate with humans at all? Except the ones that according to you fall in love with some. I mean do they have any use for them other than food?



posted on May, 19 2011 @ 11:04 PM
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Originally posted by Hylindril
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Yes, I thought Grand Memoria was an appropriate name ;-)! Doesn't ascension (now aside from the topic) also preach that all the knowledge is out there and around us?

Q: Do vampires associate with humans at all? Except the ones that according to you fall in love with some. I mean do they have any use for them other than food?



Hum.. never thought of an event as being preachy, but part of the whole process is connecting to the racial unconscious where everything is known, so sure.


A: Being immortal is pretty boring, so they do associate sometimes, for the entertainment value. But they aren't too keen on being found out, so if it appears one of the humans is getting a clue, the human disappears usually. But, if the vampires actually like the person, they'll do the disappearing, along with anything that might be considered proof, like emptying their dwelling and erasing any trace of themselves in local documents and such. It's gotten a LOT harder to do that since computers, but they're good learners when their survival is at stake, and so have gained the skills to erase their tracks, even in today's modern society.



posted on May, 20 2011 @ 08:21 AM
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As much as I'd love to believe in Vampires (again), I know the possibility is highly unlikely!

I love the thought of it though - so much I wrote a short eBook which was released a month ago - Vampire genre. However, I steered clear away from the typical Vampire... these are partially sighted, so to see they have to feed, they do not burn in the sun, and they don't fall in love. Love?! Bah humbug, just pure hungry Vamps that'll eat a little more than just blood...om nom nom!

Apart from that, the only thing a guy could do is wear a pair of fang caps... do that and I'm yours



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 08:11 PM
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lol true everyone wants to meet or be a vampire these days, since the topic of vampires is being glamorized aon films, television shows, and music.



posted on May, 29 2011 @ 11:13 AM
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I've noticed that too! I think that immortality would be rather horrible. Watching everyone that you care about die around you, and never being able to die yourself. Not to mention the boredom that would follow. Although I have to admit that being able to watch the nonesense of humanity for years would be very entertaining
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posted on Sep, 7 2011 @ 12:15 AM
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Hmm, I must say... Some of these posts are quite amusing. =)



posted on Sep, 7 2011 @ 12:20 AM
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Hey. =) Thank you. I am actually doing well, despite some major setbacks. I've discovered a way to be of a benefit to society rather than a hindrance, so I'm not hating what I am as much as I used to. =)



posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 06:38 AM
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What is a pshycic vampire?



posted on Sep, 11 2011 @ 12:01 PM
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HI

I am new to this site and i have been reading some of your post and other peoples post about vampires. well i am kinda confused lately i have taken a great interest in them i still have this thought that they are not real but then there is something deep down that tells me they are real i have read some post about personal encounter and i myself would like to have one but i am kinda scared lol!! Kat i have read your stories and i would like to know your real name but i know that would be impossible yeah well my real name start with kat too yeah i have this debate with my self i sometimes wish that i would become a vampire but then at times i don't want to it just something that i would love to experiment . I have have very few friends and i am a person that love to be alone i have had this feeling that i have never belonged here like i just don't fit in and like this one person posted before that they feel like someone is so pose to come and tell them what they should really be my few friend that i have all have this special gift my best fiend is a DJ and he is very good at it i on the other hand really don't know what i am meant to be. I have a few questions hope your are able to answer them they might seem silly but here goes nothing:

Like a post i read that said that real vampires have some similarities like those described in the twilight saga books what are the similarities they share?

I am for the US originally but my mother and i moved to central america in Belize to be exact do you think that some vampires live here?



posted on May, 13 2012 @ 01:50 PM
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Where you all people (and vampires) went, its been months since last post? Start writing, please



posted on May, 14 2012 @ 03:44 PM
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so things to look for pertaining to a vampire would be


strong psychic and/or telekinetic ability

immense physical strength (i.e benchpresses a vw bug with little or no effort but with disproportionate muscle mass)

strong emf signal



posted on Jul, 4 2012 @ 07:32 PM
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I believe in Vampires full-heartedly. I once thought I was, but I was so obsessed I merely convinced my body I was. Anyway, my story..

I do think my boyfriend is a Vampire. Now before you start thinking, "Oh yea right, Just another teenaged girl with her fantasies." He isn't the whole lame Twilight "I love this human, blah blah blah" Vampire type. And he isn't a wanna-be Vampire goth kid. I've seen the cold hunger in his eyes. When we make love (sorry, I know this might be a little too much) he get's animalistic. Growling, clawing, biting. He's fed from me more than once. He doesn't like to, he doesnt like hurting me but the hunger pulls him back. He's found a way to get inside my head, (and before you say anything, I don't mind this, I think it's only possible because I so willingly let him.) He can read most of my thoughts, predict a lot of what I'm going to do, before I even realize that I'm going to do it. You can call me crazy, or a liar, or whatever you wish. But deep down, to the very depths of my soul, I believe him. When I first met him I knew he was different. No, it wasn't love at first sight, to be honest I really hated him. I think it was his eyes. The way he looked at me.. Like I was a Goddess, but at the same time he felt himself a God, so I was a right to him, not something he needed to earn. But the more we talked the more he opened up. I got to know the real him. The Vampire. I know how this must sound.. It's so hard to put into words. I dearly hope this is believable or all I have done is put shame apon him.



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 09:22 PM
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Originally posted by Jordynlynn
I believe in Vampires full-heartedly. I once thought I was, but I was so obsessed I merely convinced my body I was. Anyway, my story..

I do think my boyfriend is a Vampire. Now before you start thinking, "Oh yea right, Just another teenaged girl with her fantasies." He isn't the whole lame Twilight "I love this human, blah blah blah" Vampire type. And he isn't a wanna-be Vampire goth kid. I've seen the cold hunger in his eyes. When we make love (sorry, I know this might be a little too much) he get's animalistic. Growling, clawing, biting. He's fed from me more than once. He doesn't like to, he doesnt like hurting me but the hunger pulls him back. He's found a way to get inside my head, (and before you say anything, I don't mind this, I think it's only possible because I so willingly let him.) He can read most of my thoughts, predict a lot of what I'm going to do, before I even realize that I'm going to do it. You can call me crazy, or a liar, or whatever you wish. But deep down, to the very depths of my soul, I believe him. When I first met him I knew he was different. No, it wasn't love at first sight, to be honest I really hated him. I think it was his eyes. The way he looked at me.. Like I was a Goddess, but at the same time he felt himself a God, so I was a right to him, not something he needed to earn. But the more we talked the more he opened up. I got to know the real him. The Vampire. I know how this must sound.. It's so hard to put into words. I dearly hope this is believable or all I have done is put shame apon him.


so is he really dead?
is he devoid of a heartbeat?
does he have no reflection in a mirror?
can he turn himself into a bat?
or a wolf?
does he have superhuman strength?
can he erase your mind (your argument from another thread)?
does he have two really sharp fangs?
does sunlight kill him?
does garlic kill him?

if you said no to the above (and I know you did, to all of them) then what differentiates this "vampire" from any other human apart from his delusion that he is a mythical non-existant blood sucking walking dead man?

Oh, and you don't have to worry about putting shame upon him, if anything it is likely you whom should be ashamed for believing him to be something that is a physical impossibility.
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posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 09:38 PM
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could the Black Eyed Kids be what we know as Vampires?

i mean they are very similar, the overwhelming sense of dread and fear they cause in humans, the need to be invited in, the souless eyes



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 09:57 PM
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Ok i have a story to tell, but its not a pleasant one

I have a friend named Otto (his real name) he's from germany.
And he is called "vampire" because of a disease, Porphyric hemophilia.

Know as the Gunther syndrom

He cant tolerate direct sunlight,due to poor metabolism, i saw him, with my own eyes, i saw his skin crackle on his arms , scalp, and face, it crackled and started to bleed bcause this day, the weather was terribly hot.
wa ran to the ER ,was a real nightmare.

Another exemple, he cant eat what we usualy eat, due to the many allergies caused by the disease,his body lack many nutriments, so he is forced to take many different pills.
the particularity of the Gunther syndrom is: you need to absorb blood, dehydrated blood, iron, etc etc etc
So since he is a kid, i alway saw him eating livers,kindney, i talked to his mom many times about his disease, she told me its an hereditary problem in the family
the disease gave him a really scary aspect, nothing like the fictional glamorous vampires.
just to describe him
he is tall, really really tall, white like paper,and thin, his body litteraly wear the disease on it,and the scary part, he look extremly young, so you most people have to ask him his ID most of the time.
the main problem with him are his teeth, he lost many teeth due to his body not absorbing enough nutriments, but...... he is my BEST FRIEND !!
but well, crossing him in a dark alley in our area at night, almost made me run and scream like a little girl.

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posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 04:14 PM
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@Akane, does Nicholas Cage count? Y'know they found that American Civil War soldier that looked just like him...
I've been thinking about vampires for a while now, and I wonder, could they be a human form of vampire bat?
It's the same concept, just on a smaller level (proportionately, a vampire with the same needs as a vampire bat would need to suck dry 21 humans a day). I also thought of some general explanations for the following.
Being dead/devoid of a heartbeat: I don't need to disprove this one, do I? If vampires exist, they're not undead. Being undead requires a controlling necromancer.
No reflection in a mirror: There again, really? This came from the assumption that vampires didn't have souls, and the old belief that reflections were, more or less, portals to the otherworld.
Shapeshifting: I'm not going to get into this. Being raised on Cherokee legends, I believe in it. I'm leaving that one open for y'all to decide.
Superhuman strength: Hmm. I suppose it's possible that they have such a thing. However, seeing as some view vampires as a separate species, let's look at the idea of different muscle structure. A chimp, built slightly different than us, can overpower a man 3:1. Or, superhuman strength could also be attributed to the centuries they have to work out.

On that note, Immortality: some organisms live to amazing ages. Look at giant tortoises. Is it so amazing to see a vampire do so?
Mind control: a lot of it is telepathy, and you can take that or leave it, but an explanation for the lack of victims could be a memory dampener in the saliva. Date rape, y'all.
Sunlight: I think we already established that's possible?
Garlic. I have a feeling that's all Mr. Stoker's imagination. Could be an allergy though, who knows? Allergy to onions is common in anemic people.



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 04:33 PM
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i have encountered vampires before. it was on the summer solstice this year at the south amboy waterfront park beach in new jersey.

i was sitting on a beach alone, not far from any others at the park, and near the time of sunset i saw this couple walking up to me. i had a gut feeling to leave before they approached me - and it seems my gut instinct was for my good.

this couple, a caucasion man and asian woman (about 60yrs old), walked right up to me. the man sat down and they seemed to be interested in my himalayan singing bowls. at first, i noticed his eyes had mesmerizing gaze when he looked at me, and his skin was blotchy but at first i shrugged it off as these people just lived through much stress in their lives. the woman was quiet, wearing sun shades, but the man was very talkative. he told me some interesting things, like how he works night time at a job - being that work was on the topic at the moment - and sleeps all day. eventually i caught on who i was talking to. i realized this guy's teeth; he had four fangs! his bottom left fang was even broken. it was a bit startling discovery but i maintained my gentleness. i could not see much of the woman as she was sitting sideways of me. i got the impression they were not comfortable around my light.

vampires or not, these folks seemed to have lived a rugged life, and i pray they heal. this day reminded me of the interesting times we live now. perhaps the unveiling of the hidden while come to light soon





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