What is your first favorite metaphysical book, and how did it foundationally prepare you for kemetic vampirism?

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Post by Elle Sium 18.05.22 15:28

I would like to share that my first metaphysical book was a book called Urantia. For those who haven't heard of it, it is an alien book of a sci-fi nature. This book referenced an Angel named Michael and I still to this day keep an Archangel Michael statute to remind me to stay close to God. The Kemetic vampirism became an avenue that branched from my Judeo-Christian studies because of the story of Moses/Moshe in the Old Testament. The bible goes into great detail concerning the relationship between Moses as a servant of Yahweh/Jehovah and his Egyptian upbringing. So, when I study the Egyptian religion and how it evolved over time I am never thirsty because their is a significant amount of information that can be sponged.
The Egyptian relationship with other religions that surround it's regions is worth delving into when you need more of a 360 degree outlook on how they were influenced as a religious culture.

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Post by MysticLightShinethForth 18.05.22 16:24

Interesting. How do you connect Moses, and the religion of Judaism, directly back to vampirism, though, in a Kemetic context?

I can say that my first book read on "Kemetic vampirism", or foundationally Asetianism, was the Violet Throne.

May I ask, do you have a particular idea or definition behind the term "vampirism"? Just to connect back to the first question so there's a clear view. Because Moses or the religion of Judaism isn't necessarily always considered in a vampiric light, even though I can see certain strands of potential vampirism in it, from a far more obscure, rather convoluted, perspective... that I don't accurately know how to formulate, but that is has something to do with the deep mysticism in their secret tradition of Kabbalah and other strands maybe. But, maybe that's just an extrapolation by me, subconsciously, from vampirism in itself, because that might be a very mystical system of spirituality in essence, just relatively hidden and secretive, or as pertains to the creatures themselves and their backbone of profound spirituality and spark for magick that one might theorize might even reflect through such deep initiatory systems of mystery schools.
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Post by Elle Sium 18.05.22 17:05

Greetings Mystic Light....
"Interesting. How do you connect Moses, and the religion of Judaism, directly back to vampirism, though, in a Kemetic context?"
Moses was raised in the Pharaoh's home, so his upbringing was Kemetic. He didn't actually become a servant of Jehovah/Yahweh until his adulthood. This is assuming that he was actually raised by kemetic vampires, since it doesn't actually state in the Bible that the Pharaoh family is a lineage of vampires. But, when one studies Kemetic vampirism you can see that the knowledge came from Ancient Egyptians royalty who are believed to be a vampire society . The rituals that early Egyptian royalty would partake in are passed down by generations of an accumulated knowledge of Kemetic vampire rituals, usually written on papyrus. What has been discovered today by archeology is that these Egyptian rituals go as far back as the time of the Old Testament during Moses' time.
Because Kemetic vampires are still in existence today, one can assume that these descendants can tap into their ancestor's ritual understanding which is why there are books like Asetian Bible and many others. When I read books on Egyptian rites there is definitely a feeling that comes over me as I study the pages that this knowledge is real and comes from generations of vampires that are drawn to this ancient Egyptian culture because of descendance.
So going back to Moses, here is a man that was raised in a Pharaoh family. This family definitely practiced Kemetic vampirism, whether the Bible states, no it doesn't. But, all Pharaoh's practiced Kemetic vampirism because it was their religious duty and it was expected of their families.
When Moses left Egypt he was called by Jehovah to enact a servitude to the Judeo-Christian God. So, Moses had to choose to leave the Egyptian way of life, which was luxury especially compared to the gruesome task Jehovah had in store for him.
This discussion requires a lot of sources so please forgive I do not have time to site. This would make an essay if pondered over longer.

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Post by Elle Sium 18.05.22 17:15


May I ask, do you have a particular idea or definition behind the term "vampirism"? -Mystic Light

Vampirism is a state of being, a type of creature created by God, distinct from other humanoid type creatures. I believe that Egyptian royalty were and are vampires, in that they are humanoid but distinct from other human creatures. I also believe that Moses was naturally religiously influenced by his vampiric guardians in royal Egypt before he left that way of life to become a servant or follower of Jehovah. He essentially denounced the Kemetic dieties for his Yahweh.

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Post by Elle Sium 18.05.22 17:52

Also adding, it is not my belief that a vampire has to denounce his or her religion. Being a servant of Jehovah/ Yahweh is not for everyone. Moses is just an example of how a person's life can begin in one religion and end up entirely different.

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Tim Rifat's works have been really awakening for me. When you realize what he's writing is true...

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"This 3 x 3 ADR Matrix is the one found by all Westerners as their starting point into life. During birth life damned human souls and demons that infect Westerners pull their souls into the 12 Power Psi-prison a 3 x 3 Psi-prison Hell so during life nearly all Westerners have their Souls transferred to this Psi-prison Hell as the damned human spirits and or demons of the Seraphim take over their bodies to give the standard greed or fear wage slave zombie of the West that obeys all authority. The invention of the ADR and the Psi-prison Hell that allows Westerner’s Souls to be transferred out of their bodies during life was the master plan of the Archons to use the dead and demons to bind Westerners to the 12 Aeons even though the 2013 event will change the world from a CF to a Pulsar domain, perfect for Psi-Masters. Since nearly all the Westerners are bound in the 12 Aeon Psi-prison while alive the Archons can weather the 26,000 years of the Pulsar cycle secure that all future humanity is penned up in their Psi-prison so the human cattle cannot evolve and escape being fed upon and damned. Psi-Lord Tim Rifat was sent to give every human a chance to evolve, few or fewer might take up the chance but Cosmic Law dictates before humans are damned they must be informed of their fate and the way out. The 12 Aeon PC/BPCs burn the Psi-prison Hell of the Archons so"
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