So I have been wondering if werewolves arent real but there are people who claim they are and others who clearly show symptoms of it are around and there are spells to become one everywhere.
My question is if all that exist then could werewolf and vampires and some of that stuff be real but people dont know and or keep secrets really well and would you use a spell to be one or have to be born one and if there is a spell how do you become one
What exact symptoms are you talking about? Could you link some documented cases?
As for spells, I could write spells to make my car into a time machine, but it doesn't mean it will work that way.
I could also claim to be anything. However, claiming does not make it so.
What verifies that something exists is actual evidence. There are species of animals which were no more than rumors, for many years. Once they were observed, they were confirmed. In cases of werewolves and vampires, most cases have other explanations which debunk the claim. Nobody has ever been able to produce evidence which suggests strongly enough to even be considered plausible.
Ok you have a point I have just been watching these videos and I just been getting curious you see Im just 15 so Im still into all this stuff and have been doing a lot of research but still have that sad feeling that they are not real but I just wish to prove myself wrong so I have been asking questions
There are no vampire spells that work because vampires do not exist.
The myth about vampires began because people in the Middle Ages did not understand what happened when the human body was dead and buried and mistook the normal processes of death for the body becoming a vampire. See this article for some scientific information: https://ww2.kqed.org/quest/2012/10/29/science-behind-vampire-myths/
Vampires in such folklore were feared and hated. Then along came people such as Anne Rice and the woman who wrote the Twilight series and all of a sudden vampires became glamorous and sparkly. But these are fantasy novels and Hollywood films, not the truth.
A Natural History of Vampires : https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/primate-diaries/a-natural-history-of-vampires/
Science Behind the Vampire Myths : https://ww2.kqed.org/quest/2012/10/29/science-behind-vampire-myths/
The Restless Dead: Vampires and Decomposition : http://home.benecke.com/publications/the-restless-dead-vampires-and-decomposition
Myths and Scientific Realities About Vampires : http://home.benecke.com/publications/the-restless-dead-vampires-and-decomposition
Books and Articles:
Barber, P. (1987). Forensic Pathology and the European Vampire, Journal of Folklore Research 24 (1), 1-32. URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3814375
Barber, Paul. (2006). Vampires, Burial, and Death: Folklore and Reality; With a New Preface.
Gmez-Alonso J. (1998). Rabies: a possible explanation for the vampire legend. Neurology, 51 (3), 856-9. PMID: 9748039