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Why do you believe in vampires?
08-12-2014, 09:16 AM (This post was last modified: 08-12-2014 09:17 AM by MrsMultiTasker.)
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RE: Why do you believe in vampires?
Cool blog...What happened?Cliffhangers left to your own conclusion,I guess.
Nice pic of you Alien,love it!!
Cool blog...What happened?Cliffhangers left to your own conclusion,I guess.
Nice pic of you Alien,love it!!
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11-24-2014, 06:58 PM (This post was last modified: 11-24-2014 06:58 PM by Collective15.)
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RE: Why do you believe in vampires?
I've had a few personal encounters dealing with supernatural like vampires, but I've also have the privilege to meet those who are psi/sang. Some do it for the culture and live a very gothic lifestyle, but others do feed off tiny amounts of blood or energy. Who am I to knock them? I find it somewhat skeptical, but with vamprisim in very culture from around the world...SOMETHING..must be legit.
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11-24-2014, 07:38 PM
Post: #43
RE: Why do you believe in vampires?
Vampirism is NOT found in every culture around the world. Not even close. Blood drinking creatures, yes, but not humanoid blood drinking creatures.

"I guess the battle between Good and Evil is sort of irrelevant."
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11-24-2014, 09:32 PM
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RE: Why do you believe in vampires?
vampire
[vam-pahyuh r]

Examples
Word Origin

noun
1.
a preternatural being, commonly believed to be a reanimated corpse, that is said to suck the blood of sleeping persons at night.
2.
(in Eastern European folklore) a corpse, animated by an undeparted soul or demon, that periodically leaves the grave and disturbs the living, until it is exhumed and impaled or burned.


vampirism
[vam-pahyuh r-iz-uh m, -puh-riz-]

Word Origin

noun
1.
belief in the existence of vampires.
2.
the acts or practices of vampires.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampire_folklore_by_region

When I use the those worlds, that is how they relate. Not every culture, no, but in most that count. Just because the world "vampire" doesn't appear, doesn't mean they weren't vampires and displayed all traits of vampirism.
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