Probably not in the sense that you're thinking of. The portrayals of these creatures that we see in books and movies do not exist no but there are often some other meanings attached.
There are some astral entities that are considered vampires and some people that drain the energy of others (not blood) but the best explanation I've found for the belief in physical vampires is actually the rabies virus as there was an outbreak in the same time and area of Europe as such legends started appearing.
Werewolves are a slightly different case, again there's certainly on the evidence of them found on the physical plain. Some people change there form on the astral plane into that of a wolf in order to better understand it however it's not exactly the same thing as werewolves and such practitioners do not usually refer to themselves as such. I personally think the most likely explanation of werewolves is that of the anthropomorphism of the wolf combined with the original explanation of serial killings.
As for mermaids I don't personally know of any astral relation to the name and believe the legends are based around the emergence of cetaceans and some sailors that spent far too long at sea. Again though there is no evidence for a mermaid to exist in the physical realm.
yes mermaids are real but the ones that you are thinking of have not been answered whether real or not. The mermaids I am talking about are at most 3ft long and are portrayed to be vary mean and viscous. That is all I know about them
No, but there are people with abilities that have SIMILAR characteristics such as a 'werewolf' and 'vampire'.
Shape shifting isn't actually possible. It's really the gathering of the energy to form shape and color visible to the human eye, but is hard to achieve. And the only physical shifting tends to be eye color, but its not like poof- suddenly have red eyes. :P
I would not say being a psychic vampire (or drainer) is something to not be proud of. I don't think we should be rude to someone for being born that way though :)
And for mermaids, it hasn't shown to exist.
Need any information? You can inbox me. But do me a favor, don't automatically believe everyone. I know you may be asking on here to see people's opinions too, but just believe in what ever you believe in. Just because someone says it, or someone post it online, or makes a website and says it, or even writes a book, doesn't make it true. theres ton of books on witchcraft and abilities that are fake. A lot of them actually are. (that doesn't mean they all are fake though)
Exactly. It is best to do a lot of research on all the subjects before forming a solid opinion, and not just one based only off of others' theories and the fantasy nonsense that they wish were true. There are a lot of physio people out there that pretend to be creatures for nasty reasons.
I believe that a lot of people that write books about witchcraft/Witchcraft don't really know what they're talking about, either. I believe some of the abilities are true (but not all of them), like telekinesis.
By: Brysing Moderator / Adept Sep 08, 2014
Post # 7
Before replying to any post,always read the poster's profile first. Some of the claims made are quite ridiculous. And by the way, Tic, humans are not infected by rabies. They may be infected by a rabid animal, which can result in a very serious mental disorder (Hydrophobia).It is curable if caught in time. Rabies, by the way, is endemic in Europe right now, not just in the Middle Ages! That is why any animal imported into the UK is isolated for six months, in case it is rabid.
Mermaids. There's a goddess of the sea that's a half fish half human.
She ashamed of killing a human she loved. Jumped into the sea to be a fish. But the waters could not conceal her divine Beauty so she was a new beautiful creature. Half fish half women. That's a legend I read. That's how the story of the mermaid came to be.
Physically all no. Some claim astrally these beings are real, but I've never met one so I can't give a 100% yes or no. The only one I will give a maybe to is mermaids simply because the oceans are vast and deep, so maybe, but I'm about 98% certain its a no.