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Spirtual Vampirism

Turning in this instance would more truly be an Awakening to your True Self, discovering that you are already a vampire in spirit, or have a vampire’s soul in a human body.

Members: 38
Latest Activity: Jun 26, 2017

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History Of TempleUVUP and Vampyrian Spirituality

Started by Rev JP Vanir Jan 20, 2016. 0 Replies

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I'm a vampire

Started by RavenShadow Jul 5, 2015. 0 Replies

Hello, I'm Raven. I so infact drink the blood of others, but only if its consensual. I have a few people who donate to me. But I feel the need to drink blood, it soothes, energizes me and makes me…Continue

Some Vampire Truths from my Perspective

Started by Rev. Zandra Amara Oct 17, 2014. 0 Replies

The following is a rambling of mine concerning myths and facts from my somewhat individual perspective.  I am not an end all experience for all who believe they are vampire.All people die with a…Continue

Your thoughts?

Started by Cheryl Lisa Van Dee. Last reply by Kalieaaowynn Jul 7, 2014. 9 Replies

 I MAY be a 'vampire'.Not a 'Hollywood'or 'Fashion' type and maybe not even a 'spiritual' one ( depending upon an individual's interpretation of what 'spiritual' actually means ) but a type of…Continue

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Comment by Sharyl Friend Pavlisko on June 1, 2011 at 6:29pm
Maggie, I just want to say, how much I njoy your posts. I love the immense supply of information, that which you provide here. Vampires have been a personal passion of mine, since I was a first grader, after seeing my first, black and white, 1930's Dracula movie, back in the late 60's, while watching t.v. as my Mum finished her housework to get supper ready and help me with my homework. I thought I had much knowledge on this subject, but you have opened my mind, on a totally different level, in regard to the legend, myth and lore of Vampirism. I want to Thank You! Keep posting these educatingly-interesting posts! Many Bright Blessings to you, and everyone in this group! *)0(*
Comment by Sharyl Friend Pavlisko on June 1, 2011 at 6:02pm
The Vampire Codex! Awesome book, by an extremely intelligent, knowledgeable and likeable person. I have been a big fan of Michele's gift and those she helps with her gift.
Comment by Vysyn on May 29, 2011 at 2:59pm
Hello there. My name is Vysyn, and I am new to the group. Just wanted to say hi to everyone and see if I could possibly stir up some activity. :3
Comment by Sharyl Friend Pavlisko on February 11, 2011 at 8:06pm
Welcome Cruentus! I'm a newer member too. Yes, group seems a bit slow, but maybe we can begin a topic of conversation, and others will join in. I'm an Heredutary Scottish Witch, but have this connection, semi-obsession with The Night, and the Creatures of it. I've been fascinated with the Vampire since age three. I'm 45 at present. I love the folklore, movies, books, art EVERYTHING, of which pertains to the Vampire. Others may believe me crazy, but my gut cannot ignore that at sometime, somewhere, Vampires once, if not now, truly existed. How and why else, would those of the past, just conjure this creature up! I DO believe in psychic vampirism. I have them in my family, that of whom suck the life out of me when I'm with them. I'm drained, exhausted and even feel slightly ill, once they leave me. Being a witch, forever expanding my education and knowledge in the Craft, have since been working on protecting myself from being drained of my energy when with them. They do not realize the effect they have upon me. So, I've only discussed this phenomenon with my mum, my good friend and my daughter, all of whom are of the Old Religion Tradition. I am a huge fan of Michele Bellinger, and have learned quite a bit from a couple of her books. When you mentioned that you're a Vampire, what did you mean exactly? I am very interested. I've of an immensely open mind, thus I've never, in all of my life and experiences, have judged another. Have a blessed weekend! Merry Meet!
Comment by Cruentus Somnia on February 8, 2011 at 8:22pm

New to group and wanted to say Hello to everyone. Seems the group is a little slow. Perhaps, it will pick up soon.

 

 

Cruentus Somnia

Comment by Sharyl Friend Pavlisko on December 20, 2010 at 3:27am
Thank you, for accepting me as a new member! I've been immensely interested in Vampires, fiction & non-fiction, for a little over 40 yrs, after catching Mum watching a flick, new in 1968. The lead actress' name was spelled the same as mine in the credits! I was hooked for LIFE! My friends, family, 21yr old daughter & husband, all call me a Vampire, not looking my 45yrs & a Night person, because I've suffered from insomnia for the past 18yrs. (lol) I read nothing but Vampire fiction. The non-fiction by Michele Belinger. She's fantastic! I have been getting into the subject on Psychic Vampirism, as I've had exhausting experiences, coming into contact with those of whom have literally caused me ill health, though unintentionally, of "sucking up" my good energy. I'm looking forward to learning more on this latter, from people like you, who find Vampires, the most interestingly-fascinating creatures on The Great Goddess Mother Earth! Blessed Be & Merry Meet! * )O( * Shar
Comment by Maggie on August 1, 2010 at 7:17pm
Ritual for Lilith

By Saradwyn

Banishing Negative Self-delusion

Needed:
Salt, Sage Smudge Stick, Matches, Athane
Some symbol of pain or loss
3 Candles: Goddess Candle, Black Candle, White Candle
Clear bowl of water, Mirror,
Flower: Lily, Poppy, or Lotus
Blessing Oil

Body:Cleansing Bath with salt,
Meditate on Intent,
Open Self,

Light Goddess Candle,
Invoke Elemental Quarters,
Cast Circle with Athane,
follow with a Casting of Salt,
Place clear bowl of water on top of mirror, flower beside it.
Place symbol of pain/loss beside or under the Black Candle,
Light the Black Candle,
Place 1 drop of Blessing Oil in bowl of water.

Chant:
Lilith, Handmaid of the Three,
Come, please now, we Invoke Thee,
See our pain, rejection and loss,
Due to delusion, influence and gloss.
As Light becomes Dark and Light again,
Clear our Selves to the Goddess within.

Dip fingers in water and touch chakra centers,
Light White Candle,Repeat

Repeat Above Chant.

Snuff the Black Candle to banish the Negative Self Delusions/Images.
Place Flower in bowl of Water
Hold Mirror and Look within.

Repeat Above Chant.

Visualize White Light swirling all around and through body and mind.
Accept this Light into Self.
Meditate.
Ground.
Give Thanks.
Open Circle.
Comment by Maggie on May 20, 2010 at 4:19pm
The Story of Judas and the Search for Redemption

Another wandering Jew that is used as a vampire is a third crimson haired icon named Judas Iscariot. Judas was a disciple of Christ and the one responsible for His arrest by Pontius Pilate’s guards. He betrayed Christ by a single kiss on the cheek for which his reward was 30 pieces of silver. The 27th chapter of Matthew in the King James Bible states that ..then Judas, which had betrayed him, when he saw that he was condemned, repented himself, and brought again the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders,4 Saying, I have sinned in that I have betrayed the innocent blood. And they said, What is that to us? see thou to that.
5 And he cast down the pieces of silver in the temple, and departed, and went and hanged himself. (The King James Version of The Holy Bible)

Judas’ story as a vampire begins with his hanging. In vampire lore anyone who commits suicide becomes a vampire because the soul is not allowed to enter heaven. That plus the fact that Judas had red hair (which was another sign of vampirism) sealed him as the most popular of all the religious icons that are portrayed as a vampire in pop culture. According to the movie Dracula 2000, Judas is the Dracula that we have come to know throughout history. The story begins in present day with Van Helsing guarding the drained body of Dracula until he can find a way to finally kill the evil creature. In order to stay alive Van Helsing injects Dracula’s blood into him in order to maintain immortality. While married his wife becomes pregnant and a child bearing the blood of Dracula is born. Dracula awakens and searches for this child named Lucy. He finally captures her and is on the rooftop discussing why he is so angry with God. At that time he reveals that he is actually Judas Iscariot, the disciple and betrayer of Jesus Christ. He says that he is angry because God used him as a pawn and would not allow him into heaven while Lucifer saw him as assisting God with His mighty plan and would allow him in hell. Thus he is cursed to roam the earth for eternity. By the end of the movie, Judas asks for redemption and ironically is hung from a sign showing Christ hanging on the cross. The movie ends and allows the viewer to believe that his redemption was finally found and he was allowed to die. (Lussier, 2000) This movie was so popular that it continued with a second and third sequel.

Judas’s story in pop culture is responsible for many of the beliefs that we have in vampire lore today. For example, vampires have a repulsion of silver due to the fact that Judas sold his soul for 30 pieces of silver. They fear crucifixes, holy water, and other Christian symbols because it reminds Judas of his betrayal. And the most famous of the lore is that one can kill a vampire with a wooden stake made from the aspen tree, the tree in which the wood was used for Jesus’ crucifixion as well as the tree in which Judas attempted to hang him. (Ransim, 2007) All of these items have a central theme, Judas’ repulsion of the symbols of his actions and his search for the answer of whether he acted of free will, of divine intervention, or of possession by Lucifer in regards to his role in the betrayal of Christ.

Another famous story in the fiction genre continues with stories such as The Gardella Vampire Chronicles where Judas was seduced by Lucifer to create a race of vampires. In this story Judas still searches for redemption and is partnered with Lilith once again, however in this story Lilith the Dark is Judas’ daughter. The author Colleen Gleason continues with the story of Judas’ fear of Christian objects and his struggle with his role in the Crucifixion of Christ. (Gleason, 2007)
Comment by Maggie on May 17, 2010 at 9:47am
Lilith - Mother of Vampires


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Throughout the realm of shadows there resides, in many forms and numerous names, those creatures who lurk in darkness. A variety of mysterious creatures, similar to the Vampire, exist in the myths and legends of every culture around the world. While the names and attributes of the beings vary, their motivation is quite the same; they live to feed off of the living.

The earliest account of these creatures of the night derives from Mesopotamia. Lamatsu was a serpent demon who reportedly stole children from their homes and devoured them. Lamatsu was also responsible for infants who were found dead in their cradles. Another incarnation of Lamatsu appears later, in the guise of Lilith.
In early Hebraic writings, Lilith took the form of a winged demon with the body of a woman with owl-like talons for feet. She was reported to be the first wife of Adam (before Eve was created). Lilith was formed of the same earth from which Adam was created, therefore she considered herself his equal. That being the case, Lilith refused to be submissive. She was subsequently banished from God’s presence to the demon realm. Lilith’s offspring were damned to become demons with Lilith taking the title of “Mother of Demons.”
 

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