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Hi, So I am doing a research paper for school and partly for myself. Vampires in today's society are so prevelant and reveared. Now I was wondering if a spell like the one used to create the originals in the tv show the vampire diaries could actually work. The witch gave them life thru the sun, immortality thru a tree, and speed and strength thru something else. Now I see several spells that look similar to the ritual she performed so from a purely academic perspective is this something that is possible?
Prevalent and revered to the fictional supporters yes. Vampirism in real magick is considered mostly a joke as vampires are a fictional being. Vampire magic is also considered fantasy and you will not find a spell to do what you desire.
Those who claim it is not possible because they are "fictional" tend to not fully comprehend the power of magick and mortals. As such that is the reason why you find so many success, money, love, luck spells. Mortals are content with simply making their lives better on a small scale and do not truly aim for great power like those of old.
However such a spell would require knowledge of the Arts of Change, oneness with the forces of change and power to cause the change.
There are two types of real vampires; manifest and non-manifest. Non-manifest ones are spiritual parasites, and they range from non-conscious instinctual parasites to complex and intelligent succubii. These are spirits and as magick cannot change your species there is no way to beome one of these types of vampire.
The existence of this second kind is debated within the magical community, but it is understood to be a human who has an energetic deficiency and cannot produce enough spiritual energy to thrive. These vampires don't have sweet skills and powers, just weakness and a dependency upon others. It may be possible to cause this within an otherwise healthy person, but that would be the magical equivalent of purposely destroying an organ like the kidney or the spleen, and about as stupid. This is possible, but what people think of for humans-turned-vampire (sexy immortal psychic wizards) is most certainly not and so, in reference to that, one cannot become a vampire and so my previous statement stands with the above elaboration.
And yet fiction is the stuff which makes reality. And may i ask how do you know magick cannot break the laws of physics? Also have you ever tried to find out about true vampires and not the psi ones?
You are mostly basing what you think on mostly theory. Have you ever checked out the Akashic records or some astral library? Have you ever communicated with the spirits on whether it is possible? Have you ever had a goal aside from helping a friend, success in jobs,falling in love etc? Something grander or greater than mostly trivial things?
Now i'm not saying it is as simple as saying a spell and then it happens and that anyone can do it. All i'm saying is that it is possible under the right set of circumstances, after all we are merely human and mortal and we have yet to discover even 5% of the mysteries of the Universe we live in.
"And yet fiction is the stuff which makes reality. And may i ask how do you know magick cannot break the laws of physics? Also have you ever tried to find out about true vampires and not the psi ones?"
The definition of Fiction: a. An imaginative creation or a pretense that does not represent actuality but has been invented.
b. The act of inventing such a creation or pretense.
2. A lie.
3.a. A literary work whose content is produced by the imagination and is not necessarily based on fact.
b. The category of literature comprising works of this kind, including novels and short stories.
4. Law Something untrue that is intentionally represented as true by the narrator.
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Ok so how is fiction make reality when it is a lie? That makes absolutely no sense to me.
Yes many have actually researched this subject, and there is a reason why it is represented the way it is. True there are many mysteries but as far as a blood sucking immortal vampire with exaggerated strengths and capabilities have thus far been disproved.