What Is The True Story Behind Vampires

The Vampire Compendium
This is THE Vampire Compendium written by "Bracket". A huge resource of information about the Vampire.

Vampires in Chinese Mythology
The Chinese vampire differs greatly from its western cousins. In Chinese mythology, all empires originated from one of the 12 gods, which came from 12 drops of blood from PANGU, the great god who created sky and earth. Chinese vampire, according their different growing stage, can be divided into six levels.

The Dangers of Romanticizing Vampires
The popularity and romanticizing of recent books and movies has brought one subculture in particular back to the forefront: the attraction to vampires.

Do Vampires Exist?
A seemingly innocent question that once confounded an array of people, resulting in much controversy and dispute, yet now in contemporary times, this question is considered by the vast majority to be ludicrous and nonsensical; no more then mere ineffable trash, with evidence being non-existent, however this has never been the case.

Evidence supporting the existence of vampires has always existed in our society, since the spawning of these creatures. They have simply been well-hidden from the public as have many things (aliens/UFOs and werewolves)

One obvious piece of evidence would be the fact that there are descriptions of vampires from an array of existing and pre-existing cultures across the world. Drawings and written descriptions of human-like creatures that would draw blood from their victims, with uncanny strength, speed, elongated fangs, varying skin pigmentation, aversion to sunlight and allergic to garlic. The underlying, rudimentary characteristics as described above all correlate and remain consistent amongst different cultures. There are descriptions of vampires extending across the globe from places such as Africa to India to China.

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The Vampire in Science
Vampirism isn't just connected to myth and legend. In science, the habit of drinking blood is called Hematophagy, and since blood is full of proteins and lipids (fats, etc) it can be a very nutritious meal.

The First Vampire
Lilith and The legend of the first Vampires.

A Theory On Vampire Formation
Generally, when we think of vampires we are clouded with various misconceptions brought on by numerous literary allusions to vampires and cultural affiliations with the term vampires and this can often detract from the credibility of vampires existing.

Vampire Stories and Articles
A listing of all vampire related stories and articles.

Lilith and the Vampire Connection
Her name was Lilith... and the myths and legends surrounding her date back farther than the original texts of the Bible. When Cain was cast out by God, it is thought that he encountered Lilith among the wastelands where she had made her home. In their coupling, she taught him the power of consuming blood. This myth certainly indicates that Lilith and Cain had traits of what are thought to be vampires.... Who Was Lilith?
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May 11, 2012