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"Vampire Community"

Within the group of fake vampire's cults that call themselves the "vampire community", the majority are fake vampires. Many of them have made misleading websites that all purposefully promote the same myths and lies, which they claim to be true. However as far as real vampires are concerned they couldn't be farther from the truth.

Other than the obvious terms, these self-declared vampires in the so called Vampire Community use terms that they invented, such as energy vampires, "psychic vampires", sexual vampires, "sanguinarius", sangs, and with some extreme posers they use the term "vampyre". These groups convince people that have classic cases of mental illnesses, such as psychotic depression, that their symptoms of psychotic depression are vampire traits. This kind of dark psychology in the Community of self-declared Vampires must be stopped and the only weapon against it is spreading the truth about what a real vampire is.

I refer to this as dark psychology because its psychology used in a long term damaging way. Those who know my real vampire website probably remember one of the questions asking if your father left while you were at a young age. The "elders" in the group that calls itself the Vampire Community are seriously against this question being asked on my website and demanded that I remove it. funny like I'm ever going to listen to some humans that are high on themselves, go figure they also tend to be the same ones using the fathers effect mentioned on this page on people in the group that calls itself the Vampire Community. I kept it on my real vampire website, and it is still on here, True it has nothing to do with real vampires. However over half the people believing themselves to be real vampires whether their father leaving them could be vampire related or not answered yes to the question and continue to do so in scary numbers.

On top of that most of the people that responded to my real vampire website to me in yahoo, email, aol, myspace, forum, chatroom, vampires I've met in person, ones from online, and on various message groups, said yes to it (as in 52% of people believing themselves to be real vampires) This got to be a bit intriguing, so I started working on ideas on why this was the case. The only thing that makes sense as a solution to me is that people who have lost their father while young look for a psychological replacement for what they believe a father should be. These characteristics to name a short list include Caring, listening, nurturing, helpful, and basically all of the characteristics of a big brother.

Naturally when they find some one they see as a father figure they like any normal child want the father to be proud of them. So they try to impress him or in many cases her, by showing how much like their new father that they are. This includes adopting their views, beliefs and other mental traits. However I am not saying that the people in the group that calls itself the Vampire Community are the only people guilty of using this psychology.

Catholics go by the father in heaven and tell everyone that they need to be as much like him as possible because he's perfect. However I am saying that these people seemingly regardless of age start out by saying that they are real vampires in an attempt to fit in with their new father. eventually leading to them being convinced by the other members of their "fathers" group that they are real vampires.

Important note in the group that calls itself the Vampire Community you aren't allowed to question the idea of someone being a real vampire, even though most of them definitely are not a real vampire. Proposing much more logical and scientifically founded explanations that contradict they're false belief of being a real vampire, or practicing any real form of skepticism within the group that calls itself the "Vampire Community" quickly gets you hated, even though they claim to be skeptical of themselves as they are feeding each others delusions.

Evidence for this, try telling a person that matches the above mentioned profile that they aren't a real vampire and you will witness the exact same effects as you would from ripping a person away from their father.

Also note that many of the people in the group that calls itself the "Vampire Community" demonstrate the classic symptoms of psychotic depression, and are taught that a lot of the symptoms of it are vampire traits. Another psychological tactic used by people in this so called community is enabling, both of which have effected multiple people of almost every age group, in a bad way. All of this and more happens in the massive collection of poser groups, that call themselves the vampire community.

In reverse you will witness the same results of trying to take a child from their father, from the people leading that group. The other members exhibit the same behavior of some one that is about to lose their own biological brother or sister. Where as real vampires if told that they aren't a real vampire will just look at you, give you that you're retarded smile, and generally leave it at that.

More supporting evidence is most of the responses I have gotten through my website were people clearly looking for a father figure that would help them feel like they fit in some where in life. The difference is my morals are still highly intact due to me being honest on my beliefs, and not being scared to say they aren't a real vampire but are still accepted for who they are.

What I have just mentioned is highly abused dark psychology used by the group of fake vampire's cults that call themselves the vampire community. Though I know its an improbable cause I would like to see actions taken to either slow it down or on blind hope bring it to a complete stop.

 Psychological conditions that make some people falsely believe that they are real vampires:

Psychotic Depression

How is psychotic depression different from major or clinical depression?
In addition to the symptoms of clinical depression, such as feeling hopeless, worthless, and helpless, psychotic depression also has features of psychosis. For instance, a person with psychotic depression may have hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that aren't really there) or delusions (irrational thoughts and fears).

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, a person who is psychotic is out of touch with reality. People with psychosis may hear "voices." Or they may have strange and illogical ideas. For example, they may think that others can hear their thoughts or are trying to harm them. Or they might think they are a vampire, the President of the United States, or some other famous person.

People with psychotic depression may get angry for no apparent reason. Or they may spend a lot of time by themselves or in bed, sleeping during the day and staying awake at night. A person with psychotic depression may neglect appearance by not bathing or changing clothes. Or that person may be hard to talk to. Perhaps he or she barely talks or else says things that make no sense.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / CFS

The main symptom of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a devastating tiredness or exhaustion that has lasted at least 6 months and does not improve much with rest. This fatigue also is so severe that it interferes with your work, your play, and your social activities. The fatigue and other symptoms described below may begin suddenly or they may develop gradually over weeks or months.

 Other medical conditions that make some people in the group that calls itself the vampire community falsely believe that they are real vampires:

Sleep apnea
Myasthenia gravis

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