What really distinguishes a vampire from a normal human?

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What really distinguishes a vampire from a normal human?

Post by MysticLightShinethForth on 05.10.16 14:00

Inquiry: "What really distinguishes a vampire from a normal human?"

Also, another inquiry, how can you know if you are a vampire? What traits will predominate, or what kind of natural characteristics may be found, in one who indeed is a vampire? This latter inquiry may connect a little to the first inquiry, to some extent.

I believe I have already introduced myself before, although that was a relatively longer time ago, for newer viewers of this forum. I really have not that much to say about me, as I am majorly an emptiness in regards to personal identifications - I have more to say about other things, than myself, whereas I remain immersed in silence and witnessing of things to unfold... This may be more or less confused with lack of personality, however that is not the case, but rather distancing of myself from the personhood, into awareness. I seek and aspire after a divine state of self-realization, through meditation and inward turning...

Either how, back to the questions, which, when answered by you, may enrich some of our understanding, I believe, as some of you are rather experienced and more knowledgeable about these things. You may also wonder why I raise these questions; well, to my answer I would say, that I did once identify as a vampire, but somewhat in question to its reality, and now it seems that much of the nature I seemed to identify in me as vampiric, has been somewhat changed, slightly reduced or damaged, but still a little bit of interest in these questions remain, and this is whyfore I turn to this forum for these questions to be answered to some extent, as far as that is posssible, and so my thanks...
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Re: What really distinguishes a vampire from a normal human?

Post by George Gosdas on 02.01.17 7:39

Being a vampire is a condition of the soul.Not me neither anyone who knows will ever tell you how to become a vampire.I have to admit that to become a vampire you have to predestined to be one.

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Re: What really distinguishes a vampire from a normal human?

Post by George Gosdas on 02.01.17 8:03

Actually neither do I know the full secrets on how to become a vampire.

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Re: What really distinguishes a vampire from a normal human?

Post by strangelove on 18.01.17 18:59

A vampire is different from what you would call a "regular human".

Vampires don't feel emotion in the same way.
They still can feel emotion, but it dissipates very quickly; almost instantly.

Some people are born a sort of half-vampire. We call these people psychopaths. If they don't go through proper guidance they can grow up to be serial killers.
If they do get proper guidance they tend to become doctors or lawyers.


There's also a process to become a "fully fledged" vampire.
Like a sort of "opening" process.
A perfect metaphor would be taking a snake and biting off its head.
Once you are a vampire, you absorb energy or 'Lifeforce' and it then travels to your handler, and up the chain of command.
The more powerful your will, and the higher your status, the more of this energy you hold onto.

If you imagine yourself in a room with a fast food resteraunt worker, and a general from the army:
You know who's in charge, and who you're bigger than. You can "sense" the "pecking-order" in that room.
In theory the energy from the fast food worker would travel into you, as you're bigger - Then the general would absorb it from you, as he's bigger.
Although on "regular humans" this does not happen, as we all have a protective lining to our auras and souls that protect us from birth.

In order to properly feed on someone (not just absorb residual energy) or to convert someone to being a fully fledged vampire, this seal needs to be broken.

Does that make sense?
If you like I can try and cite some sources for this information?

Or if you have any other questions or you'd like any other info you can PM me.

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