posted on Aug, 6 2008 @ 03:42 AM
Originally posted by mickey94
.... i had two pet snakes, a chameleon, a kimodo dragon and a gila monster. i always felt closer to them than to people and i was sadder when they
died than when my little sister died.
.... we even used to cut ourselves and taste our blood sometimes even each others. some of them were creeped out cuz i liked it so much, they thought
i might not ever stop 'feeding' on them! and it scared me even too. .....
.... i have a terrible thirst for human blood, kinda like i imagine the reptilians would feel.
if my craving for human blood is a hidden reptilian instinct, shouldn't i just give in to it and be what i really am? you wouldn't make a snake or a
gila monster dress up and live like a human, right? its cruel, peta would come get you ...
If you want to play vampire, that's entirely your choice. The way you explain yourself, is that you are transforming within your mind and thoughts,
not of the physical. Of course the mind can affect your physical reality to some exent. But you are beginning to assure to yourself it's your right
to crave and feed off human blood, and that you want more, and should just give into it.
At what point will the supply of this blood have to be drained from an unwilling donor, or your feeding portions increased to a level that endangers
the donor's life?
Have you thought about seeing a dermatologist for your skin condition? Lotion?
I do believe you feel different, when comparing yourself to others, and that you're attempting to convince yourself - or revealing - this
indifference implies you're a reptile, and because "you've read reptilians are evil" - you are justifying an excuse this evilness may reside in
you, and that it's expected that you should, could or might have these instincts.
You say you didn't feel sad about your sister's death, and we all grieve in our own ways, and that's allowed. But that's not what you meant when
you wrote that, is it? My feelings are that you wanted to convey you feel an allegience and sympathy to reptilians, rather than a human, who are
coldly seen as donors to you.