Real Vampirism

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Those who claim to be real vampires, say it is not the condition that Dracula or popular fictional vampires suffer.

A vampire is one who is energy deficient and cannot attribute the lack of energy to a medical cause such as leukemia, lupus, hypoglycemia, porphyria, or Epstein-Barr virus. The lack of energy cannot be regained by a balanced diet, resting, or routine social contact with friends. The deficiency can only be corrected by ingesting blood or other bodily fluids or by absorbing energy through meditative, spiritual, or psychic practices.

Vampirism is a condition that causes the need of drawing and ingesting bodily fluids or energy from another source in order to gain living energy (chi, ki, prana, or breath) to sustain one’s own levels.

It  is a condition that is often accompanied by chronic physical symptoms including light or temperature sensitivity, unquenchable hunger or thirst, lethargy, nausea, insomnia, and/or migraines. When a vampire consults a physician, the physician cannot diagnose the vampire with a specific condition, and the vampire cannot alleviate his symptoms with traditional treatment.

If the vampire does not feed on a regular basis, the symptoms recur.

Am I a Vampire?

Before you decide that you’re a vampire, you want to consider many of the traits associated with vampirism. Your symptoms may actually be those of a potentially life-threatening illness, which is why it is very important to have your symptoms looked at by a physician.

Ask your family about your symptoms to see if there may be a family medical history that you should be aware of.

If you are an adolescent, you need to understand that your body is undergoing many hormonal and physical changes which will continue until you are in your early 20s. In some cases, severe bouts of depression and anger may occur, but a low dose of medication can help you cope during these changes.

blood-for-a-vampireIt’s not uncommon for teenagers and young adults to think they are vampires due to the physical and emotional changes that are occurring during this time, but it isn’t always the case.

If you still think that you’re a vampire, you want to make 100% sure before you start bloodletting or taking energy from others (psychic vampire).

  • Take time every day to write in a journal so that you can reflect on your emotions and thoughts. You want to take time to define your inner being. Jot down your thoughts, experiences, and anything that may be pertinent to discovering yourself.
  • Observe forums and conversations online.

Even if you find out that you are not a vampire, you will learn a lot about yourself, which will still help you in the long run.

  • Do research about bloodletting and learn about the safety, as well as blood issues and first aid. You want to be aware of irresponsible bloodletting before you drink someone’s blood. There are ramifications for drinking someone’s blood, such as blood-borne pathogens and diseases like HIV and hepatitis.

Understand that by cutting yourself and drinking your own blood will not validate whether or not you are a vampire.

If you are a vampire, you will come to know this on your own within your own time. No one will be able to validate or confirm it for you. In some cases, when another vampire tells you that you may be a vampire, it can actually be detrimental to your development and latent growth and spirituality, especially if you are misled.

The awakening period is often difficult, so it can be ideal that you seek guidance once you have determined your vampire condition. But, do not take the word of others before you are ready and have begun the awakening process.