posted on Oct, 9 2004 @ 05:20 PM
Alright, I understand that what I said was very vague, and it might sound like it comes from a horror flick, but that was not my intention at all. I
can tell you what I know about what vampires are exactly, and explain my question further.
From what I understand, vampires don't follow the whole myth about dying in the face of crosses, garlic, sunlight and things of that sort. It kind
of all has ties to magik. The basis of magik is the strength of the mind and has a lot to deal with change and manipulation of energy. It's kind of
like religion in the fact that there is the main fact, or subject, and thenit breaks off into different versions or veiws of that subject. All
religions believe in some sort of entity(ies) that created everything. That's kind of how magik goes....there's the basis of what magik is, and
then there are the different veiws and "types" of magik......voodoo, conjo, wicca, druidic......and the list goes on. Anyway, everyone has the
patential to excersise abilities.....some people are just more naturually intuned with certian ablities. But most people aren't very intuned with
that part of thier minds. Now the reason why I bring all this up is that magik has a big part in this. The reason why vampires are able to do things
that most humans aren't able to do, is because they are naturally intuned with that part of thier minds.....it's almost like they are an advanced
type of human, except that vampires are human, but neither are they undead. They are a seperate type of intelligent species. This factor is also the
reason why they aren't usually killed by physical wounds...they heal more quickly than humans do. From what I understand, they do feed on blood and
they do live for extremely long amounts of time.....it depends on how strong the vampire is. And no, I'm not refering to "psychic vampires" When
I'm trying to explain this, some people mistake my description as that. They can have children, and they usually do. They can "turn" someone, but
it doesn't happen often, and it doesn't happen through a simple bite, or intake of thier blood. there actually has to be a sort of blood
transfusion. It's kind of hard to explain. It's not easily done, and for this reason, it doesn't happen often....and, another factor is that most
humans aren't compatible with a vampire's blood. It doesn't happen often, usually they have children, and for this reason, when a turning does
occur, it is a very big deal. Usually, there is cerimony, or "ritual" with that family of vampires. Vampires, or at least the older ones, have a
language....but most of the younger generation of vampires don't use it as much. A lot of the older vampires also believe in these eight
gods....I'm not sure exactly of thier religious beliefs, but I know that a lot of the older ones have a belief in something dealing with eight gods.
There's a lot more I could tell you about what I know, but I'll just leave this part at this. If you have any questions, I'd be glad to try to
Now the question that I had asked earlier, I'll give a better explanation for. As I said, I've talked to various people who have had dreams and
visions about a "great war" and I also have heard from different places about some sort of fight or war going on with vampires that might push this
war along...or something to that extent. From what I understand, there is a vampire that has been influencial on some groups of vampires, and
basically there's just a big confrontation.....I guess more political than anything, from what I've heard. But I've been to a few paranormal
forums and have spoke with members who have had visions/dreams of a war, and then I spoke with an individual who said that he heard down the
"grapevine" about this war and he explained a few things he had heard. You can go to the site if oyu wish, the forum has been there for years.
It's www.paranormal.com I think. I was curious if anyone had heard anything and that at all. I'm not sure how to explain it better than
that...but and, if anyone has any questions, I don't mind trying to anwser them, or at least try to find someone who can anwser them.
~Nehmahati Kerosna (Kala)
[edit on 9-10-2004 by Nehmahati]