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Lounge / Re: Vampires...history or folklore?
« on: October 31, 2017, 09:44:22 pm »
What proplexes me is who would want to be in the same meat sack for so long, when death is so much fun and you can change your avatar.

Those who fear death, fear life.

Maybe. But it could be cool to live forever in different time periods. Always seeing everyone and everything. I see your point, too.

Lounge / Re: Do you like Halloween?
« on: October 24, 2017, 10:11:52 pm »
Next week!!! Can't wait  :mrgreen:

Journals / Re: Deidre's Journal
« on: October 13, 2017, 10:40:16 pm »
Having a sad day, today. Missing my grandmother. Grief is a strange thing, it comes and goes. I guess I have to just accept that there will still be days when I miss her, and it hurts so much. I wish she'd come back, just for one day.

Lounge / Re: Vampires...history or folklore?
« on: October 08, 2017, 04:00:47 pm »
Btw, the way my friend and I became blood brothers was we spoke a Satanic invocation and cut each others left hand with a ceremonial knife, and shook/held left hands for a moment or so.  It was a very magical experience.

Sounds bad ass!  :mrgreen:
I've always wondered if doing this hurts at all, the actual "mixing" of blood part?

Lounge / Re: Vampires...history or folklore?
« on: October 08, 2017, 12:21:20 pm »
Dear Deidre,

I've at times referred to myself as a Vampyre, as it is an interesting subject.  Though I do not adhere to the prospect of physical immortality, however, I have known certain Setian Vampyres who explore the concept.

I have in the past, one or two times, performed blood letting and have drank my own blood, just as a ritual/symbolic gesture.  I also, during a Satanic ritual, became blood brothers with one of my best friends.  I would never recommend and strongly discourage "feeding"/drinking the blood of others.  I personally find the practice repulsive and dangerous as it can be a way to acquire life threatening diseases.

To me the Vampyre receives its eternal Life force from exercising the Powers of Darkness that is Black Magic in accordance with his/her Will.  Which continually nourishes and energizes his/her essence of Being - the Black Flame, beyond life and death.
This is so fascinating! Yesterday, I cut myself by mistake, and was slightly bleeding, nothing major. I stopped the bleeding by sucking on the area that was cut, and I thought of vampire lore and wonder if anyone ''feeds'' in the truest sense of the lore.

Lounge / Re: Vampires...history or folklore?
« on: October 07, 2017, 11:56:01 pm »
What is the essence of the Vampyre or Vampire?  They possess the command to look; they are beautiful and/or horrifying creatures on all sorts of levels, and with them, what you see is not necessarily what you get.  The Vampyre is a master black magician who derives its strength and life force directly from the Black Flame.  Vampyres are beings of the metamind, able to communicate with one another on a supra-natural level.  The Vampyre transcends temporal time and space on both a physical and metaphysical state of existence, i.e. it could very well become an immortal; an offspring of the Highest of Life.

The Black Flame is the Life!

It is most interesting, isn't it? Or aren't they most interesting, I should say. lol The stories anyways, are quite captivating and the lore has a lot of history to it. It's weird how legends are made, isn't it? Religions that once were fervent, are no more. Greek mythology, Norse Gods...could vampires be the same thing? The stories of witches being burned at the stake. It seems surreal, because we are so boring and normal, compared to hundreds of years ago. lol

I think I've mentioned here that I joined a 'wizard forum''...I don't post much, just lurk. It's largely about spells and such, but there is a section on ''vampirism,'' and these people actually ''feed''...I was like what?? It's one of those things, I should look away, but I don't.  :rolleyes:

Lounge / Re: Hello
« on: October 07, 2017, 11:22:18 am »

Lounge / Re: Music thread
« on: October 06, 2017, 02:59:12 pm »

Lounge / Re: Do you like Halloween?
« on: October 04, 2017, 06:34:21 pm »

Spot on ^^

I mean, if guns were totally banned, would he have found another way? Possibly, but the number of casualties would have been less, but he'd still find a way. Look at the ISIS attacks in Europe, the terrorists were using trucks to run over people for example. So, to me the gun issue while it's an issue, it's not the main issue. And the narrative that automatic rifles can be purchased legally, I heard today on the news, isn't true. What is doubly sad is how the media uses this tragedy for an opportunity to politicize the moment. And Hilary Clinton jumping into it with politics, was just gross.

I'm not sure of the solution, but one thing is for sure, I'd hold that hotel liable for how they could not have seen something was wrong, or that the guy was refusing house keeping for days. He was bringing all kinds of things in and out of the hotel, I mean, no one noticed? I don't hold them liable for the guy wanting to carry it out, but these hotels should have metal detectors, especially if they are tourist type hotels like this one. So in that sense, the hotel could be to blame a bit for how this guy got so much stuff into his hotel room without anyone noticing.

I heard on the news earlier that ISIS rarely claims these things if it's not true. Idk. My final inkling is that he could have converted, and been sympathetic to radical Islam, and maybe he ''quietly'' took it upon himself to do this. Idk. If he wasn't communicating with anyone from ISIS, then I don't see how they can claim it.

Ugh, such a sad story with NO ANSWERS :(

It's still surprising how this guy got all these guns and boards to make platforms to shoot from, into his hotel room. Didn't anyone sense something was off? Not blaming anyone, but it's not just about gun laws. I'm kind of neutral on gun laws, but to me, this guy was not healthy minded. You don't go from normal to wanting to shoot up a concert over night. I'm so tired of reading stories where all of the family of these shooters say ''Oh, he was such a laid back nice guy.'' No he couldn't have been. Depression and psychosis seems to go ignored in our society so often, and this guy struck me as very depressed and lonely. To end your life barricaded in a hotel room, with a bunch of guns, hoping to kill innocent people and then turning the gun on yourself, there's something profoundly wrong there, and I don't buy that no one knew that. People don't care, they ignore it, they don't tell people that they need help. And then the person snaps and goes on a raging rampage like this guy.

I don't think guns is the entire problem, it's that depression and psychosis go undetected it seems, because no one cares enough to get their loved ones help. And then they kill innocent people. Just my opinion, anyways.

My heart and prayers go out to the victims and their families...what a horrible day!

Lounge / Re: Do you like Halloween?
« on: October 02, 2017, 08:28:06 pm »

It's only a few weeks away now.....

Journals / Re: Deidre's Journal
« on: October 01, 2017, 12:45:51 pm »
No worries, I was just wondering if I violated a rule lol

Halloween is upon, that could explain ghosts in the machine.   :mrgreen:

Journals / Re: Deidre's Journal
« on: October 01, 2017, 12:27:55 pm »
Thank you, Onyx!

Lounge / Re: Do you like Halloween?
« on: October 01, 2017, 12:19:30 pm »
Am I the only one who gets a strong urge to be in and surrounded by nature during the Fall? I always loved Halloween and Fall but something about the scenery just makes me wish I could give up responsibilites and go camping for a couple weeks. The most I can do is probably a weekend. I am definitely more aware of it in the fall and desire more of a connection to it. I think it's because I find a beauty in the change of scenery and hate the heat of Summer. The tempature in Fall is usually perfect for me. Less bugs, too.

I totally feel this way, too. About nature. There's not much of a change of seasons in the south, does get slightly cooler, and there's a different smell in the air or something. And the holidays that start coming's just a fave time of year! Glad to see you're enjoying it!

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