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Vampirism in Mary’s Words


The Vampyre is a truly majestic and romantic creature. We have all had an experience with enjoying the role that the Vampyre plays at some point in our lives, be it on television, the live stage or the movie theatre. Maybe you have dressed up as one on Halloween, or maybe you played pretend with your friends as a child. Maybe you have played Vampire: The Masquerade, or Bloodlines on MySpace. They intrigue us all in some way or another, but what if Vampyres really did exist?

What if I told you that there were tens of thousands of Vampyres walking the Earth as I am writing this…?? Would you believe me? Maybe you would…maybe you wouldn’t, but first, let me tell you that I am not talking about the kind of Vampyres you may be thinking about!

There exists a secret society of Vampyres. There are four major kinds, which include the Strigoi Vii, the Psi/Psy or Psychic Vampyre, the Sanguinarian, or Blood Drinker, and the Pranic, or Sexual Vampyre.

The psi/psy or Psychic Vampyre is a person/human being that sucks in the energy from another human. This is done by either using a donor, taking ambient energy out of a crowd which is something I like to call “skimming off the top”, or taking the energy from another living being without their knowledge. To do so is unethical. Every Vampyre, no matter the breed, should have a donor that they can feed from regularly. This is the method I use most often.. If you have any questions about it, feel free to ask!

The Sanguinarian is your typical “blood drinking” Vampyre. There is a difference between a blood fetishist and a Sanguinarian. Most Sanguinarians are Psi Vampyres who use the blood they take in as a focal point to channel the energy from their donor. The Sanguinarian must be careful on how much blood they injest. It doesn’t take much to make the Living Vampyre sick! I, myself, only need a few drops. I get the blood by using a lancet. My husband pricks his finger and I lick the drops. That is an example of what small of an amount is needed to fulfill a true sanguinarian. For safety purposes…anytime you are thinking about using someone as a donor in this fashion, you MUST get a full blood panel done on both parties to make sure that it is safe. You do NOT want to catch a disease!!

Sexual Vampyrism is a form of Psi or Psychic Vampyre and they feed on sexual energy. Although very euphoric, it is an addictive and dangerous form of feeding. Most of these Vampyres crave sexual fluids just like a Sanguinarian Vampyre craves blood. This is also dangerous due to the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases. Often times, the donor to a Sexual Vampyre will want to be fed upon further. They crave to be fed upon more and more, which is possibly a result of the Sexual Vampyre dressing in a pleasuring fashion to the donor. This is a way that I like to get energy and one of the most simple.

These Vampyres are not immortal, and are not allergic to garlic. If you drive a stake through their heart, of course they will die! So would you if you were stabbed! They don’t sleep in coffins and can come out in daylight. Heck, the beach on a sunny day is one of my favorite places in the world! I love taking my son swimming and watching him have a ball in the water. Vampyres are people too. They are “human beings with a kick!” We know how to have a good time and we, for the most part, are good people. Give us a chance and you just might surprise yourself!

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