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A little about Mesopotamian and Chaldean mythology/lore:
Akhkharu or Akhkhazu or Aharu or Ahhazu: is the name of a primal vampire in ancient Mesopotamia. In Chaldean lore the idea of vampirism who seizes the victim and drains them nightly of the life, blood and spiritual energy.
Ekimmu or Ekimmu Limnu: a departed spirit of a human, a mortal who has died and gone to Irkalla a.k.a, the Underworld. Traditionally, ancient Sumerians and similar cultures would make offerings of food and water to their dead. If one had no family, or if they haven't brought food nor drink they could return to earth and become "Ekimmu Limmu" ,or " Evil Spirit" which would attach itself to some living person or familymember, feeding on their energy, causing nightmares and even sickness. The Ekimmu aren't essential or specifically predatory, they are just like people and act accordingly.
A-la-Hul or Alu Limmu : name meaning "Evil Demon" which stalks in the shadows hidingin places where humans mostly avoid. The demon feeds off vital energy/astral life force and grows stronger in both spiritual and the mundane world. The main energy the demon grows strong from is fear and can ignite the mind in the realms of fear as if something is watching, to feed off the energy caused by increased brain-activityand anxiety. The Alu also appears in nightmares, often taking form that which you fear the most.
Maskim Hul: http://www.magan.superhost.pl/essays/maskim.pdf
**For any more info about spirits of Mesopotamia and Chaldean lore read the book "The Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia Volume I&II by R. Campbell Thompson"**
A list of God/Goddess associated with Vampirism
Ea/Enki (Lord of magick and the Absu)
Pazuzu (demon/god of the Irkalla, bringer of plague and disease also protects and heals)
Lamashtu (primal form of Lilith)
Ereshkigal (Queen of Irkalla)
Nergal (King of Irkalla, God of war and plagues)
Ningishzida (Throne bearer of Irkalla)
Ishtar/Inanna (Goddess of love, sex, war, and violence)
Sin (god of the moon)
Tiamat (primordialgoddess of darkness)
Kingu (primordial god of war)
Oher Sources I Study or Practice:
Liber 333 by Tempel ovBlood
Nox Infernus: The Book of Black Amber by Alexander Dray
Morphosephram the Handbook of Shadow by William R. Wraithe
VampireBible by The Temple of the Vampire
SinisterPathway Triangle Order: Vampire Psychic Handbook, Study on Goddes Lilith and Psychic Vampirism by Hagur, Grand Hierophant
Psychic Vampire Codex and Vampire Codex by Michelle Belanger
Meat is just that
Brainless, Helpless, a herd
Be no Meat.
Be Beyond Man
Transcend with you Darkness
Envelop with your Shadows
When the Herd Thins
There will no longer Meat
But Things beyond Men
and Their Masters
BELIEVE NOTHING, TEST EVERYTHING