The Legend of Lilith Demon and Vampire

Posted by Roses on February 26, 2011
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Lilith in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve

This myth begins at the very creation of man and of Lilith (the first woman created for Adam).

So God created man and woman in his own image and blessed them. Many have made her a model for feminism, because when Adam would not relent in his domination of her, she grew so angry that she uttered the Holy name of God and vanished.

God then had to make Eve for Adam, making her of his rib bone, so that she would be attached to him and not leave as Lilith had done.

Here, Lilith went out to the Red Sea, where she made a bargain with the Angels and she was allowed to stay out on her own, as a witch, and MOTHER OF ALL DEMONS.

Cain was the first born son of Adam and Eve. He was banished, with a mark, from the land of his parents because he killed his brother Abel in a jealous rage. He was cursed by God and …

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Common Misconceptions of Vampires

Posted by Roses on December 19, 2010

After Hollywood, Bram Stoker and Vlad the impaler, it is easy to have misconceptions about vampires. Nothing more than cliché’s, these are a few just to list your misconstrued views.

1) Why is there no evidence of bite marks?

In Romania, a vampire was simply a zombie who stalked and killed in the night. Fangs,and the actual drinking of blood was added by Hollywood. Now some will claim, “I really do drink blood” and there’s a common explanation. PICA – is a food disorder in which a person’s body craves a certain nutrient and will do anything to get it even if it means eating weird things. People have been know to eat chalk for its calcium and since Iron is the number one deficiency in nutrition in which blood contains iron, people will probably drink it to get the Iron.

2) Why is there no evidence or recollections of the previous life?

Common sense has it USA passports were not international until the 1920′s – before then it was not unlawful to travel without …

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Judas Iscariot and Vampire Myths

Posted by Roses on September 26, 2009

You might have read my previous story ( The First Vampire ).

The myth about the first vampire ~ Judas Iscariot.

The Biblical Story of Judas Iscariot:

To begin with lets review a bit of bible history, for those of you who are not familiar with the story of Judas Iscariot. Judas betrayed Jesus Christ to the chief priests and elders for 30 silver pieces. Judas then felt so horrible for what he had done when he found out that Jesus had been condemned, he attempted to return the silver pieces, but the chief priests and elders refused to accept them from him. Judas threw down the silver pieces in the temple, and departed, he then hung himself.

How Judas Became a Vampire:

Now there are many beliefs as to how exactly Judas becomes a vampire, the first belief and most common is that god cursed Judas and his family to walk the earth until the second coming of Jesus, and until that time he would thirst for the blood of Jesus, which of course …

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