posted on Mar, 3 2013 @ 10:10 AM
i think 4 different themes, possibly even 5, are being picked up and melded together as if they were all the same. i don't think that's the case.
ancient rulers ingesting "starfire", associated with chemicals found in menstrual blood to increase lifespan.
however, there's also the case of vampirism in which the targeted individual doesn't even know they are a target. their attackers are not operating
in the same dimension. they are sapping the energy of the person via some other dimensional portal that is completely invisible to the naked, 3d eye.
think of the people in the matrix film, completely oblivious to being hooked into machines that are using their body's energy to operate the
machinery of the matrix.
a possible third scenario, similar to the matrix but not employed the same, is the concept of magical dimensions. in this sense they are like a
combination of the matrix machines and vampire legend. minus the machines as the vampires and add vampires as vampires.
the honey bee concept, which shares alot of similarities with the starfire concept -- the nectar of the gods, ambrosia. in this example however, only
certain people are born to produce the nectar. i don't see this so much as vampirism but rather more of a shared understanding between the queen bee
and her court.
there's probably several other examples as well such as cannabalism when it isn't necessary for nutrition or survival.