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Post by Aghrab on 02.06.09 1:02

Many of you may know, and many may not, but today, June 2nd, is the one year anniversary of Vampirism Forum. Let's show our appreciation for this special community, shall we?

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Post by Talibah on 02.06.09 1:16

I absolutely agree Aghrab. Congratulations Vampirism Forum, and it's founding members.

This forum has become a very special place, to myself and others, and has evolved beyond the normally expected format which the internet is so abundant in.
It is refreshing, mature and a joy to be a part of.

Here's hoping that there are many more years of equal success.
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Post by Syrianeh on 02.06.09 3:54

My congratulations to Eleandor and everyone who made this forum possible!!!

It is indeed the most mature, informed and stimulating forum on the subject of Vampirism and Asetianism at the moment. At the beginning of my search I joined and briefly participated in several places, most of which were quite vacuous and artificial, but once I stumbled onto this I knew it was the right place.

I too hope it goes on for many years and we all get a chance to evolve together.
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Post by Ankhhape on 02.06.09 5:40

One year already? That went quick!
Congratulations everyone!
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Post by Daniel09 on 02.06.09 9:14

Wow, I didn't realize the forum's only been around a year. The level of maturity and sheer amount of information is so high that I would've thought this place has been around for many years. It's helped me a lot, being here and participating. Without the help of this forum I might not be as stable as I am, possibly still thinking I was vampiric when in reality I was experiencing something similar to mass hysteria, causing all the symptoms I was reading about to become real.
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Post by Jonathan on 02.06.09 10:06

Happy Birthday Vampirism Forum!

I wish to congratulate everyone, from the administrators and founders of this forum to all of the users that, just like me, daily participate in all of the discussions, generate knowledge and aid in everyone's evolution, helping to make this place the amazing community that it is, and as greatly recognized on the outside as it has become.

An year, it really went by quickly, and as Daniel have said, who would have guessed this place is only 1 year old, when its maturity, approach and level of knowledge clearly out-stands any other forum on vampirism available out there on the internet.

Thank you all, and lets continue being this united, this diverse and this mature for many years to come... evolving together as a group and as a community. Thank you also Aset Ka and Luis Marques, for making all of this knowledge available to Asetianists and lost Asetians, by the means of the Asetian Bible, that in any other way would not be possible, and allowing for communities such as this one to exist and proliferate as a true healthy voice among most of the stagnated and unevolved vampiric communities out there.
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Post by sungodaurora on 02.06.09 11:53

As we seek the thoughts of others,
Whatever the theme,
Whatever the point of view,
Whatever the structure,
I am glad to know I will be a part of it.
Thank You and Congratulations!
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Post by Hellen on 02.06.09 13:20

I wish the forum long live and grow, as strong community and true school of Asetianism .

Thank you everyone for building it ,


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Post by Helliana on 02.06.09 14:45

Time sure does fly...congrats and thank you Eleandor and everyone for building this mature forum, I've learned much while here. May this community continue to grow and teach for years to come.
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Post by Victor on 02.06.09 14:54

So one year has passed already... congratulations everyone!

My great appreciation goes to Elendor, the head admin of this forum, as well as to all of the other more silent collaborators and to the Vampire Watchers Group (VWG), by its constant struggle for the truest knowledge in what comes to real life vampirism in this world. Clap

Also, I find it important not to forget, as Jonathan has mentioned, who allowed for most of us to come this far in what comes to understanding Vampirism and sometimes even life itself. My deepest and honest thanks to the Aset Ka and Luis Marques who made all of this never before seen knowledge available to so many people, giving them the opportunity to learn, to find themselves and to spiritually evolve. Thank you. Clap
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Post by Syrianeh on 02.06.09 15:38

Victor, what is the Vampire Watchers Group?
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Post by Victor on 02.06.09 15:50

Syrianeh wrote:Victor, what is the Vampire Watchers Group?
A secret international organization that studies Vampirism with a scholar approach. Only a few centuries old, they are spread all over the world, although I believe they have originated in Europe. They operate silently but are known for being very resourceful and organized, having field agents, research networks and extensive databases of documented material. To some, they are only but a legend... but under their famous slogan of "watching without interference" they are very... very real, and I can see their influence at work in here by the hand of one or two individuals.
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Post by Daniel09 on 02.06.09 16:40

Victor wrote:
Syrianeh wrote:Victor, what is the Vampire Watchers Group?
A secret international organization that studies Vampirism with a scholar approach. Only a few centuries old, they are spread all over the world, although I believe they have originated in Europe. They operate silently but are known for being very resourceful and organized, having field agents, research networks and extensive databases of documented material. To some, they are only but a legend... but under their famous slogan of "watching without interference" they are very... very real, and I can see their influence at work in here by the hand of one or two individuals.

That's news to me. Makes sense though, to have an organization like that. Just seems like it was inevitable. Won't take your word for it though. I'm nobody's fool, meaning regardless of your reputation, I'll still keep it only as a possibility and not pure truth until I've experienced them myself. Too much misinformation out there in this day in age. Can't trust 90 percent of it.
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Post by Aghrab on 02.06.09 19:04

Daniel,

I believe what you need is Art, something to keep your brain working, creative and active. I would recommend poetry and other forms of creative writing. If that is not the case, then I would recommend meditation. Perhaps your brain is too busy, and is time to tame it and calm it down.

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Post by Daniel09 on 02.06.09 19:17

I agree Aghrab. I'm borderline ADD often-times because I can't make myself stop thinking of too many things. I guess when it comes to arts, I just don't know what to make. I can make stuff up, but then it always comes out weird. As for meditation, it doesn't really work anymore, and the colors are utterly distracting. It's only in my head though, all the restlessness. I don't tend to let it affect anything outside of it, as far as I know.
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Post by Aghrab on 02.06.09 19:21

Oh, I am sorry, I posted in the wrong thread, Daniel. I had several several threads open and mistakenly posted here. That was a reply to your thread of “Ever Had The Urge?”.

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Post by Jonathan on 02.06.09 19:45

Daniel09 wrote:
Victor wrote:
Syrianeh wrote:Victor, what is the Vampire Watchers Group?
A secret international organization that studies Vampirism with a scholar approach. Only a few centuries old, they are spread all over the world, although I believe they have originated in Europe. They operate silently but are known for being very resourceful and organized, having field agents, research networks and extensive databases of documented material. To some, they are only but a legend... but under their famous slogan of "watching without interference" they are very... very real, and I can see their influence at work in here by the hand of one or two individuals.

That's news to me. Makes sense though, to have an organization like that. Just seems like it was inevitable. Won't take your word for it though. I'm nobody's fool, meaning regardless of your reputation, I'll still keep it only as a possibility and not pure truth until I've experienced them myself. Too much misinformation out there in this day in age. Can't trust 90 percent of it.
Actually, there is nothing new about VWG, but it is understandable that you maybe never heard about them since your quest within vampirism is rather recent. At least maybe you never heard them being called by that name, or maybe only heard some rumors. But the VWG is a well established power in what comes to vampirism, probably the best resource that mankind has at their disposal if vampires would ever turn against them in a major act to take control. VWG actually is that safety net, that backup button... in case something goes wrong, and they are even supported by several governments worldwide.
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Post by Phoenix on 02.06.09 21:48

Happy Anniversary VF! May it continue to grow and be THE forum for intelligent and mature debate on vampirism and the Aset Ka.

Eleandor, there is the start of an excellent thread on the Vampire Watchers Group woven in this. Any value in separating it out to its own thread?
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Post by Aghrab on 02.06.09 21:51

Phoenix wrote:Happy Anniversary VF! May it continue to grow and be THE forum for intelligent and mature debate on vampirism and the Aset Ka.

Eleandor, there is the start of an excellent thread on the Vampire Watchers Group woven in this. Any value in separating it out to its own thread?

There has already been one opened, under the Vampirism subject of the forum.

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Post by Phoenix on 02.06.09 21:59

Thanks for pointing it out Aghrab.
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Post by Dreamer on 15.06.09 2:03

Quite an old thread, but I would like to show my appreciation towards this very special and open-minded community. We are all very lucky to have found such a place like this. I hope that there will still be years to come for us to continue our debates within this community. Very Happy
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Post by Kotaro on 15.06.09 11:55

A belated appreciation to the forum and community here.
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Post by Gilded on 18.06.09 0:00

Amazing that one full year has passed by so successfully. I hope this forum continues for many years yet to come.
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Post by Kalb on 18.08.11 6:01

Congratulations, (I know that i am a little late this year but i want express a little of words.)
First silently i followed the forum (since birth), and then i decided to register me, was in fact a wise choise and i think i have an opinion around here. During this time we see alot of change, fake followers, confuse beings, observers, and the most important the True Asetianists show the World the Power of Asetianism. I think that is clear that time show where is every being belong and some of us with time prove that deserve Respect. I want add too that Elendor was and is a great Admin, pass responsibility to Sybil Mason was a wise choice.
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Post by Jonathan on 18.08.11 11:12

Congratulations everyone! Smile
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