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Regarding Streets Of Gold;

Many often Seek Streets Of Gold & Marble Castles In The Air- But, If We Are To Be Like The Angels Who Can Pass Thru Walls- What Good are Castles With Rooms and Walls Be?


Many Dare To Think; we are born As Humans To One Day Have our Mortal Souls Saved? But- Were They Not Already Saved Prior to our Birth? What Was Wrong In Staying Where we Were Prior To This Human Form?

Are we not already condemned by exposure to the Elements Through our Birthday? Does God Have A Room for You in Heaven? What Good Is It-Since ANY Angel Has Access To It? What will you hang On YOUR Wall? Will You Have Cable Or Video Games? Will You Grow A Garden in Your Room?

Perhaps Your Room Will Be Empty Except For Your Ghostly Presents Within It? Will You Play Games With all The Other Ghost By Running Thru Each Other?Will You Be A Guardian of Your Human Family Who Were Left Behind When You died?  How will you help to guard them? What If God Dont Want you to guard them? What If God TELLS YOU to Be their Executioner By Becoming Their Angel of Death? Will You Obey God In That Day?


Perhaps We Will All Just Dangle Our Ghostly Feet in the famous Clear River That Flows From the Throne of God? Perhaps throw stardust at each other? Perhaps come back here to Earth & haunt our relatives? (Or) just stay in our floating castle & keep count of all the stars that burn out and perhaps wonder if there are any more floating castles out there other than this one in heaven that we occupy? Besides; Earth is not a planet anyway- take a much closer look & you will see a (PLANT) not (a planet)& not just (any) ol common plant. Some would theorize it as a fungus.


Its a carnivorous Plant. It eventually eats everything but its main staple is called; (putrefied Flesh & bone) which it uses to mulch & nutrify all the plant life that inhabits it. Think of Earth as a gigantic Venus fly trap and all the animals & humans are the flies that it consumes- & yes, it is growing and prayerfully we can always hope that we wont ever have to remember how many times weve been here, because I can think of no greater Hell than to recall every single trip weve made here since prior to Adam and Eve!

 Many scriptures speak of a land where well never ever grow old- a land where there is no pain- no sorrow, or tears-(but)WOW! I just described; Death for in death; there is no pain-no sorrow- (and) no tears and in order to experience any of these above, you must first have nerve endings& NO ghost has nerve endings.

Nerve endings are much like tiny micro-scopic veins that transmit emotion & pain including (pleasure) as well as fear including; Boldness Angels dont have nerve-endings either- so; joy would also be impossible to experience while in the state of (death). Do you still believe in castles in the air?


(Whisper;) Just keep on dreaming little dreamer and, if your lucky- youll never have to (awaken) but the test of life will not begin until you decide to finally wake up after birth! so, whats my message? Death as well as (Life) are all (passing) experiences& so-called salvation is nothing more than empty, and personified hopes of all "the DREAMERS" who mindlessly keep seeking for streets of solid gold.





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Written by Damien Daville

Wednesday, 13 May 2009 11:08

This terminology was put together with the resources of the Vampire Church. If anyone would like to use this terminology, credit to the

 Vampire Church is required. Email the Vampire Church with any questions.

Awakening: The physical and mental changes involved when one's vampirism begins to manifest itself, if one is a latent vampire.
Beast: The primal, animalistic, bestial nature of a frustrated or desperate vampire. It's destructive and cold, and if you don't control it,

Then you will be under its control.
Black Swan: A non-Vampyre lover or friend who does not feel the draw to become sanguine, but who is nevertheless favorably inclined

Towards Vampyres. They may or may not frequent vampyre nightclubs and usually understand the Vampyre-fetish lifestyle.
Blood Drinker: Anyone who drinks blood, regardless of motivation.
Blood Fetishist: Someone who is erotically attracted to the sight, taste or smell of blood; they generally have no physical need to consume

 It, and will usually be happy with small amounts.
Blood Junkie: A derogatory term for someone who experiences the physical need to consume blood, a sanguinarian
Donor: Someone who gives/shares their blood without obligation.
Bloodletting: The act of cutting the physical flesh to extract blood. This is commonly used for blood play, fetishism and feeding.
Blood-play: Similar to bloodletting, blood-play is the act of using blood in sexual or fetish situations. Blood play can also refer to the

 Integration blood and bloodletting in ritual.


Chi is the Chinese term for life energy. It is also often referred to as pranic energy or life force. Chi is the bio-electrical energy

Which runs our bodies on a subtle level. Energy vampires and many psi-vamps believe that they can manipulate chi and feed upon it to sate

Their hungers. To a certain extent, blood vampires also feed upon chi, for a great deal of this subtle energy is believed to be concentrated

 Into the blood.

Clinical vampirism: A psychological condition, also referred to as Renfield's Syndrome, in which the afflicted person experiences a

 Psychological urge to drink blood. This urge is often satisfied with their own blood, and sufferers of Renfield's Syndrome typically

 Bear slashes from razors and knives up and down their arms from where they have drawn blood from themselves. This condition is

Similar to a new pathology, known as SMS, or Self-Mutilation Syndrome, which is becoming alarmingly common in American youths.
Coven: Covens are groups of individuals and organizations who embellish the vampyre/vampire lifestyle; who band together under a

Specific theme set of ideals, traditions, common Sigil, havens, membership requirements, hierarchy and rites.

Elder: A prominent member of the Vampyre community who is honored and respected for their experience, accomplishments and

Devotion, a teacher. Elders are often those individuals who have helped establish a community.
Embrace: The act of turning one into a vampire by the giving of one's blood to another.
Energy signature: Term used to indicate the unique energy-pattern, feeling, or vibes that each individual has. Vampyres are believed

To have a particular energy signature that can be recognized by those familiar with it. In this way, others skilled in magick and

Psychic practices may identify us for what we are.
Energy Vampire: An individual who has a need to feed upon the life force of others. Most energy vampyres feed upon chi or psychic

Energy and avoid drinking blood.
Feeding: The act of consuming pranic energy (blood) or psychic energy (emotional and elemental energy)

Haematodipsia: A strong form of haematophilia.
Haematomania: A strong psychological craving for blood.
Haematophilia: An erotic attraction to the taste, sight (or smell) of blood.

Human: Term used for the purposes of distinguishing those who are not vampire. (this term is misleading because it implies that

Vampires are not human.)
The Hunger: The desire to feed, also identified as the Thirst. The Hunger is both a psychological and physical sensation. Physically

 it manifests as an intense hunger or thirst - but not for physical food or drink.

Hunter: Someone that hunts, stalks, threatens, or does harm (whether it be physical, psychical, psychological, or emotional) to

Someone because s/he is a vampire, or because the hunter believes them to be so. Blade applies to seriously unbalanced individuals

who really are on some sort of holy hate crusade and intend to follow through with violence or action.

Immortal: Term commonly used to refer to or describe vampires as incapable of death or dying, it is used much more loosely in

Reference to vampires, implying that they are not subject to aging, are impervious to disease and injury.

Latent vampire: Someone who is already naturally a vampire, but whose vampiric tendencies have not yet manifested.

Mentor: The one who made you a vampire or awakened you and/or taught/guided you.

Mortal: Term used for the purposes of distinguishing those who are not vampire. (This term is, at best, misleading because it

Implies that vampires are "immortal".)

Mundane: Term used to distinguish those who are not vampires.

The Nephilim: A rather widespread belief within the vampiric community which asserts that vampyres are the inheritors of the

Nephilim. The Nephilim are demi-human beings who were sired by angels, as told in Enoch I, a book that was dropped from the

Bible in the early stages of its canonization.

of the Blood: A term sometimes used to refer to someone as being a vampire.

Porphyria: An acute medical condition, which has been postulated by some scholars to have inspired the vampire myths of the past.

Sufferers of porphyria have pale, flaky skin and are very sensitive to sunlight. They are also severely anemic, and some sufferers

 Of porphyria have been known to drink blood in an attempt to relieve the cravings brought about by anemia.

Poser: Someone pretending or claiming to be a vampire who is not, with the intent of deceiving others, by making false claims as

To their powers, abilities, life span, etc.

Prana energy: Refers to blood and sexual energy and the life force or "chi" energy present within these.

Primus: A vampyre, almost always an elder, who founded or is the leader of a large family or coven of vampyres.

Psychic energy: Refers to emotional and elemental (energy of the earth), also the life-force that surrounds and is contained in

Living things.

Psychic Attack: A term used for an attack by an psi-vampire. Any uninvited draining of one's vital energy. One is said to have

Experienced a Psi-vamp attack when a psi-vampire has targeted and successfully fed from you, without your consent. Another

View is that psychic vampire attacks ONLY take the form of such draining by the use of the psyche.

Psychic vampire: Someone who feeds from psychic energy, drains life-energy rather than blood from others. Technically

Speaking in some views, psychic vampire is a vampire who is psychic while a psi-vampire is a vampire who feeds on energy,

 Preferably emotional energy.

Real Vampire: Someone who has a condition which includes but is not limited to a physical thirst and need for blood;

 (Which is non-erotic in nature; and in more significant quantity than is generally required or desired by other blood-drinkers),

Or psychic energy (real need exists for energy draining of others emotional energy and that of the earth.)

Real Vampire/RealVamp: A sanguine, psychic, or energy vampyre. A real vampyre has a particular condition, which includes

 But is not limited to the following characteristics: a real need for blood or life energy; heightened sensitivities; light sensitivity;

 A largely nocturnal sleep cycle. The heightened sensitivities are believed by many to include a number of psychic abilities, such

As empathy, astral projection, clairvoyance, and energy manipulation. The sensitivity to light and the nocturnal body cycle are

Not so limiting that a real vampyre cannot be up and out during the day, it is simply an effort for them to do so.

Renfield's Syndrome: is a psychological condition in which the sufferer has an affinity for drinking blood. Sufferers of;

Renfield's Syndrome typically bear slashes on their hands and arms where they have withdrawn quantities of their own blood

To drink.

RPGer: Role-Player: One who engages in role-playing games like VtM and others. Sometimes RPGers are also life-stylers;

Others distinguish between their 'human' life and their role and have nothing to do with Vampires.

Sanguinarian: Someone who has a physical thirst, need, craving for blood (which is non-erotic in nature) in more significant

Quantity than is generally required or desired by other blood-drinkers).

Sanguine: A term, which indicates a blood-drinking vampyre. Energy vampyres or psi-vamps, if they supplement their feeding

With the active drinking of blood, are considered to be sanguines.

Seeker: Someone who is seeking after vampires, or knowledge of vampires, usually desiring to become one him/herself.

Sexual Vampirism: A relatively rare variety of vampirism that feeds primarily from sexual energy.

Sire: A very literary term often used by Ann Rice fans and few RPGers. Someone who is responsible for turning someone

Into a vampire.

Slayer: A person that makes public and obnoxious claims of killing people who are (or who the slayer thinks are) vampires.

SMS: A psychological condition, which has apparently begun to grow among American youth. Sufferers of SMS, often

Known as cutters, feel the need to cut into their flesh and watch they bleed. Some sufferers of SMS also drink the

Blood drawn out this way, although this is not standard for the disease.

Source: Someone from whom a vampire will get blood.

Thirst: The craving, need, desire, urge to drink blood, experienced as an intense thirst-sensation or withdrawal.

Turned: Refers to the "making" of a vampire, another role-play term.

Vampire: A much-disputed term with many meanings, depending upon whom you're talking to. It can include psychic

Vampires, energy vampires, emotional vampires, sanguines, blood-fetishists, and the kind of vampire you find in fiction

Or on the Silver Screen. Here, it is used to encompass all of the above-listed groups into a general category, ie may

Refer to both real and non-real vampires.

Vampire bait: A poser or wannabe who is just screaming for a vampire to come after them.

Vamping out: Experiencing an acute flare-up of the thirst, involves a change in the person's manner, breathing, pulse

Rate, thought patterns, etc.

Vampiric Community: The community of people who identify with or have been identified with the label "vampire".

Vampyre vs vampire: "Vampyre" is the older spelling of the word "vampire" used in the 17th & 18th centuries, thus;

 "Vampyre" is used to refer to people who are really into the scene or lifestyle. The more modern "vampire" is most

Often used to refer to Hollywood, myth and fiction.

Vampyrecrafte: In general, this is the magick practiced by vampyres. Many vampyres are pagan and follow the old

 Ways, and the ways of magick are an integral part of their beliefs. Most vampyres practice numerous techniques

Associated with energy manipulation. Many also practice some form of magick, most often-ritual magick or chaos magick.

Vampyre lifestyler: Someone who incorporates fictional vampire imagery and trappings into his/her personal life,

Often cultivating a "Vampyric" physical appearance and forming alternative extended families and social structures

 Modeled on the "covens" or "clans" of vampire fiction and role-playing games, and utilizing that terminology.

Wannabe: Derogatory term for someone who wants to become a vampire, usually with unrealistic expectations of what

 It would be like, and usually without consideration of such practical matters as how one would find sources.

White Swan: Someone who cannot tolerate the Vampyre lifestyle and proves antagonistic to the Scene. In general,

White Swans are still a part of the Gothic or fetish scene, which often brings them into contact with the vampyre

Community despite their disgust of vampirism.


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