But I wonder a lot of people say that there are vampires, I would like to talk with vampires and learn more. I read books only where the truth is and where it is clear. and then can become a vampire
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Answered on December 28, 2014 10:41 PM
There are no vampires) This is just a well-advertised topic in film and literature. Enjoy books and movies about them, if they bring pleasure, but you will not be able to become a vampire, unless you want to make an image on Halloween, for example)
Answered on December 29, 2014 10:38
And it seems to me, you already communicate with vampires. because who are the vampires? those who drink blood. And your classmates drink the blood of their parents)) figuratively speaking)
Answered on January 11, 2015 04:03
Are you sure that they are not? Why say if you don't see them ...
Answered on January 27, 2015 13:50, Sandra Grigorjeva |
Answered on January 17, 2015 22:01
Or maybe they are, just hiding?
Answered on January 18, 2015 05:13, Alexandra Grigoryeva |
Answered on January 26, 2015 21:51
I also think that they are hiding. but why, if it's true that they write in books, then they are stronger than people
This is all solid fiction)
Answered on January 27, 2015 13:49, Sandra Grigorjeva |
Answered on January 27, 2015 14:03
What is it then? There is! Just vampires are the Camarilla, observing the "masquerade" (the code of rules aimed at not being detected), so that ordinary people do not know about their existence, because in the Middle Ages they were nearly destroyed. In general, the richest families in the world are vampires, Rockefellers, Rothschilds, oil and diamond kings and so forth. Everyone knows what Bill Gates looks like, but what do the Rothschilds look like? Here! Precisely because they are vampires, and with their secret circle of supreme vampires make up the world government that secretly controls all the world leaders! And ordinary vampires just work for them. Do not believe that there are no vampires, but do not mess with them - these are dangerous creatures!
Answered January 27, 2015 14:08, Johnny Fall |
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Answered on February 25, 2015 21:01
Vampires (Art. Sts. Wypir, Polish wąpierz) - in the lower mythology of the peoples of Europe, a dead man who rises from a grave at night or appears as a bat, sucking blood from sleeping people, sending nightmares.It is believed that vampires were "unclean" dead - criminals, suicides who died a premature death and died from the bites of vampires . The image of a vampire is not uncommon for cinema and fiction, although vampires from works of art usually have some differences from mythological vampires (see Characteristic features of vampires from works of art). In folklore, the term is commonly used in relation to a bloodsucking creature from Eastern European legends, but often similar creatures from other countries and cultures are also called vampires. A similar folklore character of the Eastern Slavs - Ghoul. Characteristic features of a vampire in various legends vary greatly. Some cultures have stories about non-human vampires, such as bats, dogs, and spiders. In zoology and botany, the term "vampirism" is used in relation to leeches, vampire bats, sundews, mistletoe [source not specified 116 days] and other organisms that feed on the bodily fluid of other creatures. The term "vampire" can be used to denote any mythological magical creature that is a predatory parasite sucking power, energy, or life from victims.Mythological creatures that act in a similar manner are often regarded as a vampire pattern, even if they do not enjoy blood.
If you view the portraits and photographs of the Rothschilds, you will notice a surprising similarity between the ancestors and the current representatives of this clan. Vampires? Demons? So strong is the gene? It only remains to speculate.