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'Vampires' Explained.
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This is basically a theory of where the vampire myth came from, in a nutshell. Found it out after a little research.

Hundreds of years ago, people were born with a deficiency where they had to drink blood to survive. If memory serves me correctly, it was called haemobiberavitam. Around about the 1800's this deficiency was more common, and more heard of. The people who had this deficiency were pale due to this, and they were labeled 'Vampires.'

Bram Stoker then wrote a book, playing out Vampires to be something they are not, causing more misconceptions. More novels came about them, now films (damn Twilight), and so on.

Bam. The myth of Vampires.

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Re: 'Vampires' Explained.
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Post # 2

haemobiberavitame*

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Re: 'Vampires' Explained.
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Can you list your sources for this info so others can check it?
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Re: 'Vampires' Explained.
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its like porphyria. i think i spelled it right....
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yes i also believe you are correct about the myth thing but now we have people taht take it to the very far end. there was this guy that came on a talkshow and he was a "vampire"..he was pretty sexy to me. his skin was semi pale and he had very dark long hair and he has had a procedure to sharpen his teeth and he drinks....
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he drinks blood only when there is a full moon and he said that he may drink water daily to stay cleansed and those were the only two things he drinks. he admitted that he was vegan and because he ddnt believe in using animals to feast upon for his well being ...point is they do exist without having the disease but...
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if their disease isnt phyiscal meaning auto immune or etc, than it is usually a mental disorder. annnnd id neither than yes they have had procedured surgeries and has done some form of black magic to further more advance their dream features in every aspect they can. there also was this on guy in new orleans that would kill...
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he wud lure women from mardi gras parties into a specific area on a back street where it is said to have be noted where other like "vampires" accompany eachother and he would drink thier blood from their neck until they literally faint leaving them for dead. or hed appear in their beds somehow and then do it...
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Re: 'Vampires' Explained.
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Wolf, my sources were verbal. I just completed my doctorates degree in biology, so I spend a lot of time in labs. I asked the guys in the lab and they happily answered my question.

Lol, guy above, wouldnt it of been easier to just type that in one post? xD

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Re: 'Vampires' Explained.
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You might want to add Vlad Dracul to your list of history since its the complete basis of Dracula.

And Psi Vamps in the "Magick" realm here are simply people who do not possess the ability to create the energy needed for daily means. They have many options as opposed to taking energy from others. To dawn the label "Psi Vamp" is often done out of ignorance and as an excuse to be lazy. They do not possess any superhuman powers, and are simply lacking a normal ability like a diabetic for example.
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