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H(em)oglobin 

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feel like this is quite important... vampires need oxidized blod/can't do it themselves?
maybe related
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the goblin and cobalt connections come to mind.. in the vampie encyclopedia there were mentions of elves and faes in relation
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Re: Im sorry for withholding this...
#106: June 16, 2020, 11:16:55 AM
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Hobgoblin
H(em)oglobin 

Add em invert the og and lo
feel like this is quite important... vampires need oxidized blod/can't do it themselves?

I thought that oxygen was a corrosive substance and is actually harmful to humans. Does it actually help vampires instead?


'ELF' is also short for 'Extremely Low Frequency'. Hobgoblins are supposed to be spirits of the Earth, also known as the lowest plane/hell on the scale of one to nine.
I guess this would make sense if elves are vampires and they really don't have souls.

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hobgoblin (n.)
1520s, from hob "elf," from Hobbe, a variant of Rob (see Hob), short for Robin Goodfellow, elf character in German folklore, + goblin. Mischievous sprite, hence "something that causes fear or disquiet" (1709).
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the goblin and cobalt connections come to mind.. in the vampie encyclopedia there were mentions of elves and faes in relation

Related old Nick quote about what occultists think about elves:
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"Lets see what occultists think of elves: The Encyclopedia of Witches & Witchcraft is a 417 page paperback by Rosemary Ellen Guiley who is known as a thorough researcher. The following descriptions of elves are as quoted in Santa Claus The Great Imposter by Dr. Terry Watkins.

A host of supernatural beings and spirits who exist between earth and heaven. . . Fairies [Elves] are fallen angels. When God cast Lucifer from heaven, the angels who were loyal to Lucifer plunged down toward hell with him. [71]
 
Some fairies [elves] were said to suck human blood like vampires. [72]

elves, "love to visit new born babies of mortals. . ." [72]
 
"Many contemporary Witches believe in fairies [elves] and some see them clairvoyantly." [73]"

You can read 'The Encyclopedia of Witches and Witchcraft' mentioned above here:
THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WITCHES, WITCHCRAFT & WICCA - Tripod
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Taken from somewhere else, but still relevant and to the point:
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An interesting trick concerning elves is also given in The Encyclopedia of Witches and Witchcraft (p. 117). It seems some elves will grant peoples' wish and give them gifts – if that person will only deny their Christian faith! Can you say Santa Claus?

Elves are found in the writings of Satanist and new age-theosophy guru H.P. Blavatsky. She claims elves are "disembodied spirits," used in "magic and sorcery" and are "the principal agents in . . . seances." (H.P. Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled, Vol I, p. 262)

Elves are also called trolls. Cathy Burns writes in Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated:

. . . the word troll comes from the Old Norse word for demon and is defined by some sources as a "devil": a person of great wickedness or maliciousness. . . Of course, Santa has his elves, too.
(Cathy Burns, Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, p. 67)
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Re: Im sorry for withholding this...
#107: June 16, 2020, 12:03:29 PM
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is St.Germaine a vampire that exists currently? Seems only later on in ''fiction'' the vampiric aspect was added.. Stories say he doesn't kill the women, just offers them intense lovemaking for some of their blood.

The romantic vampires certainly conquered the genre, didn’t they? I fear that’s led to romanticizing the true culprits all the more. Until they see the mutilation with their own eyes, most millennials would flock to these beings because #vampirekin. The (h)emo kids love to bleed, already.

Interesting that the year without a summer creates the first romantic vampire. A year without sunlight doesn’t sound conducive to diurnal beings.
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Re: Im sorry for withholding this...
#108: June 16, 2020, 01:54:40 PM
Did the TV series 'True Blood' drop any relevant truths in relation to the topic of this thread? What was the show actually about?
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Re: Im sorry for withholding this...
#109: June 16, 2020, 03:55:16 PM
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is St.Germaine a vampire that exists currently? Seems only later on in ''fiction'' the vampiric aspect was added.. Stories say he doesn't kill the women, just offers them intense lovemaking for some of their blood.

The romantic vampires certainly conquered the genre, didn’t they? I fear that’s led to romanticizing the true culprits all the more. Until they see the mutilation with their own eyes, most millennials would flock to these beings because #vampirekin. The (h)emo kids love to bleed, already.

Interesting that the year without a summer creates the first romantic vampire. A year without sunlight doesn’t sound conducive to diurnal beings.
The first ''romanticized'' vampire story of St.Germaine comes from Hotel Transylvania (1978). If there aren't older accounts of that, then its probably a modern invention. Even so, its most likely not black and white.. What if one could really do it the consensual way? To gain the powers they hold in order to fight them?
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Re: Im sorry for withholding this...
#110: June 16, 2020, 05:04:59 PM
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is St.Germaine a vampire that exists currently? Seems only later on in ''fiction'' the vampiric aspect was added.. Stories say he doesn't kill the women, just offers them intense lovemaking for some of their blood.

The romantic vampires certainly conquered the genre, didn’t they? I fear that’s led to romanticizing the true culprits all the more. Until they see the mutilation with their own eyes, most millennials would flock to these beings because #vampirekin. The (h)emo kids love to bleed, already.

Interesting that the year without a summer creates the first romantic vampire. A year without sunlight doesn’t sound conducive to diurnal beings.
The first ''romanticized'' vampire story of St.Germaine comes from Hotel Transylvania (1978). If there aren't older accounts of that, then its probably a modern invention. Even so, its most likely not black and white.. What if one could really do it the consensual way? To gain the powers they hold in order to fight them?

Consensual blood drinking of others lol? Why would anyone 'normal' let you drink their blood without you returning something or at least providing the illusion of a return?

Maybe I'm not understanding things properly, but from what I can gather we already have all that we need to 'enlighten' and achieve these seemingly super human and godly levels of power. The only thing that prevents us is our desire to do so and discard what gets in the way.
Idealizing things like the 'vampire path' is a very low road and if entered, is implied your 'soul' will be jeopardized in some way.
It's like a 'shortcut' but it isn't. People want a short cut to power without honing their spark and creative abilities, but all those roads don't appear to lead anywhere of worth in the long run. You loose more than you gain in the long run.

'St. Germaine' as in 'The Count of Saint Germaine'? Or is this another one?
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Im sorry for withholding this...
#111: June 16, 2020, 07:20:48 PM
People donate blood all the time. I bet they don't know where it goes.

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Re: Im sorry for withholding this...
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People donate blood all the time. I bet they don't know where it goes.

"My babysitter is a vampire" told everyone.

Yet another super popular show struggled to get 1 seasons and there was a massive tonal shift after season one
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Re: Im sorry for withholding this...
#113: June 16, 2020, 10:37:07 PM
So can people actually 'turn' into vampires? It seems that if vampires are reptilian like and inherently lack a 'soul' or 'light' then you shouldn't be able to turn into that.
Not sure, but maybe you can seeing as how master masons exchange their 'Christ consciousness' (same thing?) for a luciferian alliance. That and how the red heads were 'cursed' (Judas too? For what?) would imply that they did have a 'soul' or 'light' at once but lost it later. If I'm understanding things correctly anyway.
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Re: Im sorry for withholding this...
#114: June 17, 2020, 01:38:33 AM
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is St.Germaine a vampire that exists currently? Seems only later on in ''fiction'' the vampiric aspect was added.. Stories say he doesn't kill the women, just offers them intense lovemaking for some of their blood.

The romantic vampires certainly conquered the genre, didn’t they? I fear that’s led to romanticizing the true culprits all the more. Until they see the mutilation with their own eyes, most millennials would flock to these beings because #vampirekin. The (h)emo kids love to bleed, already.

Interesting that the year without a summer creates the first romantic vampire. A year without sunlight doesn’t sound conducive to diurnal beings.
The first ''romanticized'' vampire story of St.Germaine comes from Hotel Transylvania (1978). If there aren't older accounts of that, then its probably a modern invention. Even so, its most likely not black and white.. What if one could really do it the consensual way? To gain the powers they hold in order to fight them?

Consensual blood drinking of others lol? Why would anyone 'normal' let you drink their blood without you returning something or at least providing the illusion of a return?

Maybe I'm not understanding things properly, but from what I can gather we already have all that we need to 'enlighten' and achieve these seemingly super human and godly levels of power. The only thing that prevents us is our desire to do so and discard what gets in the way.
Idealizing things like the 'vampire path' is a very low road and if entered, is implied your 'soul' will be jeopardized in some way.
It's like a 'shortcut' but it isn't. People want a short cut to power without honing their spark and creative abilities, but all those roads don't appear to lead anywhere of worth in the long run. You loose more than you gain in the long run.

'St. Germaine' as in 'The Count of Saint Germaine'? Or is this another one?
Yes, the Count. May be the element germanium ties into this as well...

Vampire comes to your door, asks for a few drops of blood to put “fuel in his tank”, in return you get 5M USD, do you take the deal?
What if there are vampires like Blade who fight against them?
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Re: Im sorry for withholding this...
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is St.Germaine a vampire that exists currently? Seems only later on in ''fiction'' the vampiric aspect was added.. Stories say he doesn't kill the women, just offers them intense lovemaking for some of their blood.

The romantic vampires certainly conquered the genre, didn’t they? I fear that’s led to romanticizing the true culprits all the more. Until they see the mutilation with their own eyes, most millennials would flock to these beings because #vampirekin. The (h)emo kids love to bleed, already.

Interesting that the year without a summer creates the first romantic vampire. A year without sunlight doesn’t sound conducive to diurnal beings.
The first ''romanticized'' vampire story of St.Germaine comes from Hotel Transylvania (1978). If there aren't older accounts of that, then its probably a modern invention. Even so, its most likely not black and white.. What if one could really do it the consensual way? To gain the powers they hold in order to fight them?

Consensual blood drinking of others lol? Why would anyone 'normal' let you drink their blood without you returning something or at least providing the illusion of a return?

Maybe I'm not understanding things properly, but from what I can gather we already have all that we need to 'enlighten' and achieve these seemingly super human and godly levels of power. The only thing that prevents us is our desire to do so and discard what gets in the way.
Idealizing things like the 'vampire path' is a very low road and if entered, is implied your 'soul' will be jeopardized in some way.
It's like a 'shortcut' but it isn't. People want a short cut to power without honing their spark and creative abilities, but all those roads don't appear to lead anywhere of worth in the long run. You loose more than you gain in the long run.

'St. Germaine' as in 'The Count of Saint Germaine'? Or is this another one?
Yes, the Count. May be the element germanium ties into this as well...

Vampire comes to your door, asks for a few drops of blood to put “fuel in his tank”, in return you get 5M USD, do you take the deal?
What if there are vampires like Blade who fight against them?

But he knew that to be 'immortal' you had to eat little to eventually nothing and that you had to be remembered in the minds of many for as long as possible. That and he was apparently 'Pindar', which we still haven't really discussed about to any depth.

I don't remember there being any implication or discussion of him being a vampire before. That does seem like a recent invention.

Also (at least as far as most sources go) vampires need your permission to enter your house. So if the implication is that they would break in to drain you is there, that wouldn't be the issue more than them waiting for you to leave your house to drain you instead it seems.
Seems like that the notion of them needing consent to enter your space (or domain, I guess it could be phrased as such) comes from demons needing permission to do just that. That would make sense if demons is somehow synonymous at least a little with 'soulless beings'.
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Re: Im sorry for withholding this...
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Corona virus...

Underworld film series
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The Science of Twilight Vampires
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The science of Twilight vampires (i.e. vampires in the Twilight universe) is based around "vampire venom." This venom is not merely an organic chemical substance, it is actually a fluid-based lifeform. It also behaves like a virus or, more specifically, a retrovirus. It will attach itself to a host cell, sometimes shrinking to the size of a virus or most likely dividing itself into many virus sized molecular structures and attaching themselves to the host cell's membrane. The venom-virus then infects the host cell, making a DNA copy of the genome for use in making RNA. This RNA could be used as a template for making more viral genomes and as mRNA to produce viral proteins, which is known as reverse transcription. Venom cells grown in size and seem to attack white blood cells first. The host body triggers an autoimmune response to the infection, causing the release of white blood cells. Once the bloodstream of the subject has been flooded with white blood cells, the infected cells send out a signal to the other infected cells that are not producing the virus-like cells which in turn grow in size, causing swelling in tissues and extreme pain. In most cases, this results in convulsions and agonizing screams from victims. This most likely stems from disrupted neural pathways where the immense size of these predatory seeker cells turn on the host's white blood cells and devoures them.


Coronavirus: A new type of vaccine using RNA could help defeat COVID-19
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An mRNA vaccine for COVID-19 to undergo trial
Using this strategy, biotechnology firm Moderna Inc. announced on Feb. 24 that it had rapidly developed an experimental COVID-19 mRNA vaccine called mRNA-1273, ready for clinical trials in humans. This vaccine candidate is funded by the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, in collaboration with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The mRNA-1273 encodes for a stable form of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein.
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#117: June 17, 2020, 01:43:43 PM
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A growing number of missing children on the Big Island is causing concern

Concerns are being raised on Hawai'i Island over a growing number of children going missing.

At least 15 cases have been reported over the past two months, the latest being three siblings from Pahoa.

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Hawaii> Santa Clara connections

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Santa Carla is the quintessential beach town, located in California. It was here that Hawaiian royalty first introduced surfing to the mainland — and locals and visitors alike have been riding the waves ever since.

Not far from the surf break, calliope music and laughter fills the air at the Santa Carla Beach Boardwalk, the West Coast's oldest surviving seaside amusement park. 
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The Surprising History of Pogs, the '90s-Era Craze Sparked By a Juice Company
Save for Hawaii natives, however, few realize that Pogs’ wide-spread influence on pop culture actually sprang from a tangy Hawaiian fruit drink.

When Galbiso revived it, she kept all the same rules; the only thing she changed was using Passion Orange Guava’s disposable lids in place of milk caps, and in doing so, she unwittingly sparked the Pog craze we remember today.

Southern California entrepreneur Alan Rypinski is credited with sparking this cottage industry on the mainland, once projected to be worth $500 million. When the Canadian printing company manufacturing Passion Orange Guava’s packaging began receiving a sudden influx of requests for just the lids to send to Hawaii, Rypinski saw flashing dollar signs. He purchased the POG trademark from Haleakala Dairy to start his own cash cow: a caps-only business catering to the new legions of Pog obsessives. 

In the state of California alone, Pog sales generated $10 million a week
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During the late 1970s and 1980s in the United States, missing child cases garnered a great deal of news media attention. Chief among these were the disappearance of Etan Patz(1979) and the kidnapping and murder of Adam Walsh (1981), whose story was told in the 1983 television movie, Adam. These reports developed into a type of moral paniccalled "stranger danger". In 1984, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children was founded.[1]

In September 1984, Anderson Erickson Dairyin Des Moines, Iowa began printing the photographs of two boys — Johnny Gosch(age 12, missing since September 5, 1982) and Eugene Martin (age 13, missing since August 12, 1984) — who went missing while delivering newspapers for the Des Moines Register. A similar milk-carton advertising program for missing children launched in Chicago, Illinois with support from the police and statewide in California with support from the government.[2]
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Milk Cartons: The Way Back Home
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created by San Jose PD & Child Quest International

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Calliope wail like a seaside zoo
Go on home your mama's calling you
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#118: June 17, 2020, 02:01:46 PM
For the first time in some time, there's a kiddie craze that is relatively simple and low-tech.

In California, Hawaii and Texas, POG tournaments attract several thousand participants. A recent tournament hosted by the Chicago Park District drew about 250 children to the South Shore Cultural Center, 7058 South Shore Drive. The competition was sponsored by Imperial Toy Corp., which makes Slammer Whammers, a variation on the POG theme.

Big-time POG promoters have also created POG-man, a furry mascot who looks something like a cross between E.T. and Jimmy Durante. There's POG paraphernalia and even POG videos.

Casey said World POG will have 72 POG-related items at the New York toy fair Feb. 13-20. 
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Im sorry for withholding this...
#119: June 17, 2020, 02:05:35 PM
Dear Faithful Dwight

I have the utmost hope that this letter makes it to you as I feel the issue we discuss require great urgency. In reply to your first and foremost question which interests me greatly.
I fully agree with General Washington, that we must protect this young nation from an insidious influence and impenetration. The menace, gentlemen, is the jews.
In whatever country jews have settled in any great number, they have lowered its moral tone; depreciated its commercial integrity; have segregated themselves and have not been assimilated; have sneered at and tried to undermine the Christian religion upon which that nation is founded, by objecting to its restrictions; have built up a state within the state; and when opposed have tried to strangle that country to death financially, as in the case of Spain and Portugal.

For over 1,700 years, the jews have been bewailing their sad fate in that they have been exiled from their homeland, as they call Palestine. But gentlemen, did the world give it to them in fee simple, they would at once find some reason for not returning. Why? Because they are vampires, and vampires do not live on vampires. They cannot live only among themselves. The iews must subsist on Christians and other people not of their race.
I hope that this answer may clear up and doubts you had, which may become deadly through the coming years which I predict will be filled with turmoil.

Sincerely yours,
Benjamin

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