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Post by Ethevi on 25.07.17 18:53

I was wondering if I just have a medical condition or if it is more than that. They have already scientifically shown that some people's energy actually "feeds" on other people's energy. They diagnosed me with a non specific auto immune condition.

This all started five years ago. My joints will hurt, I hate the sun and it hurts when I touch metal sometimes. I get anaemia a lot. I get lost in other people sometimes and can feel energies of even places. This hardly seems like a strength. I do feel a lot more energetic around crowds of people, doesn't everyone? I don't want to drink people's blood unless it cures this. I feel like my breath runs out when I'm in the sun. My feet keep going numb and my lips are so dry. I eat daily and even go to the gym.
Is it normal to feel pain when you touch metal?

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Post by Jonathan on 26.07.17 4:34

Are you doubting your doctor's diagnosis? We can't really provide medical diagnosis since we're not doctors. There are different auto-immune conditions that can provide that entire array of symptoms, except metal hypersensitivity which is rather rare. It's unrelated with vampirism though. It would be good if your doctors can specify which condition it is, since there are many. For example, is it related with your thyroid?
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Post by Maxx on 26.07.17 9:39

Question?   Why do we see the last 4 out of 5 new people coming on the board voicing comments about a problem with a medical or physical problem.  Hell, if they think they are vampire and 90% are sick and weakly, why should any human take pity on them?  Humans should just eliminate all these sick and weak vampires running loose all over the planet.  

Rise up all you humans.  Band together as we can eliminate all these weak and whiny sickos and no longer have these miserable whinos continuously coming by here to complain how bad their body is.  Selective breeding will soon begin to strengthen the human form.   Rise up, Rule, and Dominate all these weak sickos.
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Post by Ethevi on 26.07.17 10:28

Jesus said only those that eat his body and drink his blood will have life. Even if I have a medical condition, people have different issues. If someone thinks it's okay to murder people for having curiousity and a physical ailment --- who is the sick one? ((When you talk to them when you die, like most do, you have to explain things. They take you through your life. If you have Jesus he goes before you.)) There has been blind people who prophesy, brilliant minds who appeared crazy and even one of our presidents who could barely walk. They hid it pretty well. If you give up on people, it is like giving up on yourself. I was curious... He said whoever eats his body or drinks his blood would have life. (Jesus)....

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Post by Nightshade on 26.07.17 11:08

Jesus lied.
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Post by A.Nightside on 26.07.17 12:00

Ethevi wrote: I was wondering if I just have a medical condition or if it is more than that. They have already scientifically shown that some people's energy actually "feeds" on other people's energy. They diagnosed me with a non specific auto immune condition.

This all started five years ago. My joints will hurt, I hate the sun and it hurts when I touch metal sometimes. I get anaemia a lot. I get lost in other people sometimes and can feel energies of even places. This hardly seems like a strength. I do feel a lot more energetic around crowds of people, doesn't everyone? I don't want to drink people's blood unless it cures this. I feel like my breath runs out when I'm in the sun. My feet keep going numb and my lips are so dry. I eat daily and even go to the gym.
  Is it normal to feel pain when you touch metal?

While some will speculate, and believe, that the physical and the metaphysical are interlinked and mirror each other. An auto-immune condition does not automatically equate to an energetic/metaphysical condition. I'd do research into auto-immune conditions before any consideration that energy or blood will "cure" you. Drawing energy from others could help on bad days, but that doesn't mean it is a proper treatment or cure.

Then again, I may be a mild hypocrite here as I am diagnosed with a chronic condition, and though it's not confirmed, it is likely it is caused by an auto-immune response. At the same time, I do believe I also require to feed off of others. Still, I think what I've said is valid. It is very possible that my "need" is only placebo, it's equally possible it's legitimate. Is it definitively related or interlinked with my physical health/body? That can't be said for sure.

Take care of your physical body first, research, introspect and experiment safely for answers to the metaphysical.
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Post by A.Nightside on 26.07.17 12:03

Ethevi wrote:Jesus said only those that eat his body and drink his blood will have life. Even if I have a medical condition, people have different issues. If someone thinks it's okay to murder people for having curiousity and a physical ailment --- who is the sick one? ((When you talk to them when you die, like most do, you have to explain things. They take you through your life. If you have Jesus he goes before you.)) There has been blind people who prophesy, brilliant minds who appeared crazy and even one of our presidents who could barely walk. They hid it pretty well. If you give up on people, it is like giving up on yourself. I was curious... He said whoever eats his body or drinks his blood would have life. (Jesus)....

As far your sensitivity to metal, I can't say (add on to my last comment). I'm only sensitive under certain circumstances and on certain parts of my body. Allergies are usually hereditary though, if I'm not mistaken. Not likely anything supernatural about it.

Also, I'm failing to undertsand how your quoting Jesus has any relevance to the question. Perhaps I'm just in a rush and distracted and therefore not paying attention, but I'm very confused now.
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Post by Maxx on 26.07.17 20:21

Jesus as written in the Bible never existed. Historical data shows no historian of his time even mentioned him. He is only an egregore...(not to be confused with Al Gore) which I have stated here several times. So if you are having lunch with that thought form, good luck.
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Post by Heruset on 26.07.17 22:39

Well, if you drink Jesus' blood you will have (a bit of) life force but probably not after 2,000 years of it fermenting

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Post by A.Nightside on 27.07.17 0:01

I eagerly await your response, Ethevi.

I"m curious though... How are you diagnosed with a non specific autoimmune disease? I've run the gamut (though perhaps not the whole thing) of blood tests trying to figure out if I have an auto-immune disease. They don't diagnose it without finding antibodies, it's the increased (beyond what is normal as antibodies help in dealing with waste and part of the healing/renewal process) level of antibodies, and the resulting destruction of tissue that gets you your diagnosis.

There has to be a specific type of antibody they found, or have they not run tests yet?

I have hypothyroidism, in the united states, the most common cause i Hashimoto's disease which is an autoimmune response to the thyroid gland. My antibodies are not yet high enough (at least last I tested).

I am vitamin D deficient.

I have elevated levels of rheumatoid(?) antibodies (joints) but not high enough to be considered autoimmune.

Joint pain, sun sensitivity, poor circulation, nutrient deficiencies and dry hair, nails (lips?) are all common of thyroid disease and any other condition that might affect your metabolism (defined as the body's ability to maintain homeostasis). It's believed that Gut Permeability is a root cause for many metabolic and autoimmune related diseases.

Check with your doctor, get confirmation first. Getting answers may open up more questions (as it seems to be the case with me after every specialist I've seen), but some answers are better than none. Do your research, and come up with a treatment plan utilizing both your doctor's advice and your best understanding based on your research (medical, scientific information changes all the time. While your doctor is in the best position to know, they're also human and may not be up to speed on all the latest findings - of course check with your doctor before making any decision on your health, show them the articles or references if you need to).

I don't think consuming blood will help you, even metaphorical blood of your savior or patron [demi-]deity. ..and as I said, feeding on energy may help you at times, but that doesn't necessarily mean you actually need it. There are many people who reap benefit or feel "good" after drawing energy who don't express a metaphysical nor physical chronic condition.
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Post by A.Nightside on 27.07.17 0:04

* I wish this forum allowed us to edit our responses.

Was this the test they used?
https://labtestsonline.org/understanding/analytes/ana/tab/test/

It generally results in positive or negative, and yes is a general test for auto immune disease. It is a limited list that this test is designed for, and even at that, I was told that false positives are common. Definitely dig into your health further to be sure.
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Post by A.Nightside on 27.07.17 0:06

Here's another link about the test: https://www.rheumatology.org/I-Am-A/Patient-Caregiver/Diseases-Conditions/Antinuclear-Antibodies-ANA

(I really shouldn't hit that "send" button so quickly Razz)
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Post by Jonathan on 27.07.17 4:20

A.Nightside wrote:* I wish this forum allowed us to edit our responses.

They used to but the admins changed that several years ago to ensure an honest environment. When the posts were editable more dishonest users would change their previous texts in a discussion to make a point or alter their discourse, or simply delete them when proven wrong which would make the entire debate illegible. Now what we say it's what we say with no changes. It can be annoying at times when we make mistakes but it's worth it in order to avoid that kind of users. Smile
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Post by A.Nightside on 27.07.17 10:49

Jonathan wrote:
A.Nightside wrote:* I wish this forum allowed us to edit our responses.

They used to but the admins changed that several years ago to ensure an honest environment. When the posts were editable more dishonest users would change their previous texts in a discussion to make a point or alter their discourse, or simply delete them when proven wrong which would make the entire debate illegible. Now what we say it's what we say with no changes. It can be annoying at times when we make mistakes but it's worth it in order to avoid that kind of users. Smile

I understand completely.

I can recall a forum that used to have a time limit for edits. Like, within a minute, or 30 seconds, a post could be edited, beyond that though the button would lock or disappear. Not sure how they managed that but it could be a happy medium/compromise if possible.

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Post by Maxx on 28.07.17 13:45

Ethevi wanted to know what we all thought. I offered my thoughts and then he disappeared. Must be out having lunch with the main guy.
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Post by Maxx on 28.07.17 18:16

my apologies. Ethevi is female. I just stubble around in the dark..... Pay me no attention. lol.
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Post by Ethevi on 28.07.17 20:04

I am usually okay. They medically have to give blood to people sometimes.... I take medication and avoid gluten Wink There is a different knowledge in different places with differing opionions. Each voice has a signifigance... Healing... Love.. Pain... Life.... People have varying strengths and weaknesses.

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Post by Maxx on 28.07.17 20:45

But I see what you are describing here has nothing to do with being a vampire. This is why I spotlight the programmed attitude of TV and movie vampirism. People watch that junk and associate with it to the point they take on the vampire mystic because they enjoyed the movie.
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Post by A.Nightside on 29.07.17 11:39

Ethevi wrote:I am usually okay. They medically have to give blood to people sometimes.... I take medication and  avoid gluten Wink There is a different knowledge in different places with differing opionions. Each voice has a signifigance...  Healing... Love.. Pain... Life....  People have varying strengths and weaknesses.

Can you elaborate please?
You've lost me (which can entirely be on me as my body's been crap this week [my pain and brain fog are elevated]).

When did we get into discussing blood transfusions? What medication do you take, just basic pain killers? Avoiding gluten is advisable though not necessary unless you test positive for gluten sensitivity/intolerance. Gluten is said to increase inflammation and autoimmune response (typically in celiac and thyroid patients). If you're doing ok; "I am usually ok", on your current treatments without blood/energy consumption then it is my personal opinion and experience that you're probably not a vampire.

I have to agree with Maxx though, it doesn't seem like we're talking Vampirism anymore. I am still interested though, so If you're interested in discussing your medical issues, and treatments and just chatting on that subject, please do shoot me a private message.
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