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Vampire

Vampire, also spelled vampyre, in popular legend, a creature, often fanged, that preys upon humans, generally by consuming their blood. Vampires have been featured in folklore and fiction of various cultures for hundreds of years, predominantly in Europe, although belief in them has waned in modern times.

Characteristics

Because there is a long history of walking corpses and bloodsucking ghouls in folklore, it is difficult to pin down a distinct set of characteristics consistently attributed only to vampires. Central to vampire myth, however, is the consumption of human blood or other essence (such as bodily fluids or psychic energy), followed closely by the possession of sharp teeth or fangs with which to facilitate this task. In most depictions, vampires are “undead”—that is to say, having been somehow revived after death—and many are said to rise nightly from their graves or coffins, often necessarily containing their native soil. Vampires are typically said to be of pale skin and range in appearance from grotesque to preternaturally beautiful, depending on the tale. Another frequently cited physical characteristic is the inability to cast a reflection or shadow, which often translates into an inability to be photographed or recorded on film.

A person may become a vampire in a variety of ways, the most common of which is to be bitten by a vampire. Other methods include sorcery, committing suicide, contagion, or having a cat jump over a person’s corpse. Some people believed that babies born with teeth or on Christmas or between Christmas and Epiphany were predisposed to becoming vampires. While vampires usually do not die of disease or other normal human afflictions, and they are indeed often said to have faster-than-normal healing capabilities, there are various methods for their destruction. The most popular of those include a wooden stake through the heart, fire, decapitation, and exposure to sunlight. Vampires are often depicted as being repelled by garlic, running water, or Christian implements such as crucifixes and holy water. In some stories vampires may enter a home only if they have been invited, and in others they may be distracted by the scattering of objects such as seeds or grains that they are compelled to count, thereby enabling potential victims to escape.

History

Creatures with vampiric characteristics have appeared at least as far back as ancient Greece, where stories were told of creatures that attacked people in their sleep and drained their bodily fluids. Tales of walking corpses that drank the blood of the living and spread plague flourished in medieval Europe in times of disease, and people lacking a modern understanding of infectious disease came to believe that those who became vampires preyed first upon their own families. Research from the 20th and 21st centuries has posited that characteristics associated with vampires can be traced back to certain diseases such as porphyria, which makes one sensitive to sunlight; tuberculosis, which causes wasting; pellagra, a disease that thins the skin; and rabies, which causes biting and general sensitivities that could lead to repulsion by light or garlic.

Vampire myths were especially popular in eastern Europe, and the word vampire most likely originates from that region. Digging up the bodies of suspected vampires was practiced in many cultures throughout Europe, and it is thought that the natural characteristics of decomposition—such as receding gums and the appearance of growing hair and fingernails—reinforced the belief that corpses were in fact continuing some manner of life after death. Also possibly contributing to this belief was the pronouncement of death for people who were not dead. Because of the constraints of medical diagnosis at the time, people who were very ill, or sometimes even very drunk, and in a coma or in shock were thought dead and later “miraculously” recovered—sometimes too late to prevent their burial. Belief in vampires led to such rituals as staking corpses through the heart before they were buried. In some cultures the dead were buried facedown to prevent them from finding their way out of their graves.

The modern incarnation of vampire myth seems to have stemmed largely from Gothic European literature of the 18th and 19th centuries, about the time vampire hysteria was peaking in Europe. Vampiric figures appeared in 18th-century poetry, such as Heinrich August Ossenfelder’s “Der Vampyr” (1748), about a seemingly vampiric narrator who seduces an innocent maiden. Vampire poems began appearing in English about the turn of the 19th century, such as John Stagg’s “The Vampyre” (1810) and Lord Byron’s The Giaour (1813). The first prose vampire story published in English is believed to be John Polidori’s “ The Vampyre” (1819), about a mysterious aristocrat named Lord Ruthven who seduces young women only to drain their blood and disappear. Those works and others inspired subsequent material for the stage. Later important vampire stories include the serial Varney, the Vampire; or, The Feast of Blood (1845–47) and “The Mysterious Stranger” (1853), which are cited as possible early influences for Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897), and Théophile Gautier’s “La Morte amoureuse” (1836; “The Dead Lover”) and Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla (1871–72), which established the vampire femme fatale.

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Dracula is arguably the most important work of vampire fiction. The tale of the Transylvanian count who uses supernatural abilities, including mind control and shape-shifting, to prey upon innocent victims inspired countless works thereafter. Many popular vampire characteristics—such as methods of survival and destruction, vampires as aristocracy, and even vampires being of eastern European origin—were solidified in this popular novel and especially through its 1931 film adaptation starring Hungarian-born actor Bela Lugosi. The novel itself is thought by some to have been inspired in part by the cruel acts of the 15th-century prince Vlad III Dracula of Transylvania, also known as “the Impaler,” and Countess Elizabeth Báthory, who was believed to have murdered dozens of young women during the 16th and 17th centuries in order to bathe in or possibly drink their blood so as to preserve her own vitality.

Dracula in turn inspired the film Nosferatu (1922), in which a vampire was first depicted as being vulnerable to sunlight. Other aspects of the movie, however, were so similar to Stoker’s novel that his widow sued for copyright infringement, and many copies of the film were subsequently destroyed. For several decades the vast majority of vampire fiction, whether on page or stage or screen, showed the influence of Dracula. Both the novel and its film version spawned several direct sequels and spin-offs, including the film Dracula’s Daughter (1936) and a number of Hammer films, including Dracula (1958; also known as Horror of Dracula), which starred Christopher Lee in the title role. Vampires became popular characters in pulp magazines and appeared in stories such as the Sherlock Holmes tale “The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire” (1924). In 2009 the original author’s great-grandnephew Dacre Stoker and Ian Holt published a sequel called Dracula: The Un-Dead using notes and excisions from Dracula.

In the 20th century vampires began to turn from being depicted as predominantly animalistic creatures and instead displayed a broader range of human characteristics. Ray Bradbury explored the sympathetic portrayal of what can be thought of as “monsters,” including vampires, in “ Homecoming” (1946), a story about a “normal” boy with a family of fantastical creatures. The popular American television soap opera Dark Shadows (1966–71) featured a lovelorn vampire, Barnabas Collins. In 1975 Fred Saberhagen published The Dracula Tape, a retelling of Stoker’s story from the misunderstood villain’s point of view. Vampire fiction entered a new era, however, with the sympathetic portrayal by Anne Rice in her novel Interview with the Vampire (1976). Rice’s book introduced the world to vampires that were brooding and self-loathing and squabbled like humans. While Rice’s vampires were more vulnerable emotionally than vampires previously had been, they were less vulnerable physically—susceptible only to daylight and fire and the death of the first of their kind—and possessed superhuman beauty, speed, and senses. Interview with the Vampire was highly popular and sparked a revival of vampire fiction that lasted into the 21st century, and subsequent vampire stories continued to use characteristics established by Rice. Rice herself wrote several more books in what subsequently became known as the Vampire Chronicles, some of which were later adapted for film.

The vampire as a misunderstood romantic hero picked up steam in the later part of the 20th century, particularly in the United States. In 1978 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro began publishing her series of Count Saint-Germain books, the main character of which is a vampire of moral character whose bite is an erotic experience. In many tales vampires are characterized as promiscuous, their appetite for human blood paralleling their sexual appetite. In 1991 Lori Herter published Obsession, one of the first vampire novels to be categorized as romance rather than science fiction, fantasy, or horror. Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a television show in which the title character has a star-crossed romance with a vampire, aired from 1997 to 2003. Vampire romances also appeared in the steamy HBO television series True Blood, based on Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse book series. Vampire romance for teens gained popularity at the end of the 20th century and beginning of the 21st, with books such as the Vampire Diaries series by L.J. Smith and the Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer. The Twilight Saga, with its high-school romance and vampires that sparkle in the sun rather than bursting into flames, became a cultural sensation, ensuring a vampire trend for years to come. Vampire relationships of a different sort were explored in the novel Låt den rätte komma in (2004; Let the Right One In) by John Ajvide Lindqvist, in which the main characters are a perpetually childlike vampire and a young boy she befriends and helps fend off bullies. The book was adapted for film in Sweden in 2008 and in the United States as Let Me In in 2020.

Vampires also enjoyed popularity as unlikely action heroes. Blade, a half-vampire superhero who first appeared in comic books, was the focus of three films (1998, 2002, 2004). Another popular film series, Underworld (2003, 2006, 2009, 2020), explored an ongoing war between vampires and werewolves. Dracula himself (known instead as “Alucard”—Dracula spelled backward) even became an action hero in the Japanese manga and anime Hellsing. Angel, the vampire with a soul and the love interest of Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s title character, became the star of his own spin-off television series in which he acts as a private detective (1999–2004). And the tabletop role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade (first published 1991)—which contributed words such as sire (a vampire’s progenitor) and embrace (the act of making a new vampire) to the vampire lexicon—allowed players to create their own vampire worlds and pit warring vampire factions against one another.

Although vampires had by the 20th century largely become creatures of fantasy, urban myths about vampires continued to persist. As late as the early 20th century, some villages in Bulgaria still practiced corpse impaling. In the 1960s and ’70s a vampire was believed to haunt Highgate Cemetery in London, and in the early 21st century rumours of vampires caused uproar in Malawi and England alike.

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The Vampires

This is a unique real vampire website for vampires as well as the curious. It has valuable information for any real vampire and is based on scientific evidence. It also leads to other good websites for real vampires.

This is why I «think» I’m a real vampire
They have no desire to use us as lab rats or slaves. Before reading any farther on this site, This website is not made for poser vamps, close-minded people, or those who think that they are, or claim to be a vampire because they think the spirit of a vampire entered them at some time making them a vampire. We call these people posers, which they are; they are confused lost children. This site is not here for them in any way! It is for real vampires, curious people, and open-minded skeptics. The best compliment that you can give to this site, is telling all of your friends about it.

Real vampires are not pure fiction

The Headache Paradox: It is scientifically impossible to have a headache, seeing that there are no pain receptors in the brain. Yet we continue to search for answers to what causes a headache, because we all know that headaches do exist.

Between a combination of the fact that our brains are roughly nothing more than a highly advanced mass of nerves, and that every function is controlled by signals that our brain sends through our nerves to the rest of our bodies, I think that if we could somehow make our nerves send stronger, more efficient signals at a quicker speed it would have a lot of different results. Including heightened sense (both physical and psychic) moving quicker both running and walking along with arm movement etc. The brain being just nerves would obviously also be effected, resulting in quicker more efficient thinking, which naturally would make us smarter, more observant, and have much sharper reflexes.

Some say that is an overly simplified form of how the brain functions, which it is. To them I say make the axons 12-15% wider, resulting in signals being sent much more quickly through the brain. Allowing neurons to create more connections without loss of speed, and the 10,000+ miles of blood vessels in the brain doubling as an additional cooling system for the brain. I could write a book on the cascade of effects that alone causes for people when they are changed in to a real vampire, however for now I will leave it in this simplified form.

Since this may also result in pain receptors working harder, we would be more sensitive to types of heat and other forms of pain. Explaining sensitivity to sun and loud noises. The body naturally creating endorphins to counteract pain would naturally adapt and produce either stronger endorphins or endorphins at a higher rate. This would result in a higher control over pain in the long run.

While that would be the results of a nervous system that has become more efficient, it probably sounds like pure fiction of it happening. However if you look at what happens to ones body when they are about to fight, with the sudden increased strength, it makes it seem more possible. As for regenerating as well, as cuts and bones healing in seconds, you’re on your own. Then again I can’t think of a vampire movie where one re-grew an arm or any other body part.

Normally our autonomic nervous system is in a constant balance of sympathetic and parasympathetic. The former basically says, prepare for a fight, the latter says, take it easy and relax. Personally after my change I’ve been consciously aware of that going on and am wondering if this is the case for other real vampires.

When we are about to fight, the sympathetic takes over and norepinephrine (adrenaline) pours into the blood, causing the circulatory system to be affected. Blood gets transferred from the skin and viscera to the brain and muscles, causing paleness and muscles to become strong. The extra blood going to the brain causes us to think quicker. The increased production of red blood corpuscles, allows for quicker coagulation, as well as quicker and deeper breathing. The blood also leaves the different digestive organs while being rushed to the brain and muscles. This results in cessation of digestion. With the power of the internet this is easily looked into and confirmed.

If we, as real vampires, were in a constant state of that, seeing that a good portion of our body would feel the lack of blood it does make sense that we would feel the constant need to get blood from an outside source to feel reasonably normal. Plus with that lack on a philosophical jump of logic we could say that any blood that we ingested would be immediately drawn into our body, much like a dehydrated person’s body quickly puts any water they drink to use.

Ingesting blood, absorbing blood when a vampire drinks it. Every thing you eat touches a lot of places in your body before it reaches your stomach. It hits your mouth, tongue, and virtually every muscle in your esophagus not to mention depending on if you’ve eaten recently enough or eaten to much food it will wait in your esophagus for a short amount of time. There are a lot of chances for blood to be absorbed long before it even knew your stomach existed. Making stomach acid completely irrelevant, as for recognizing blood I’m pretty sure the body knows what blood is.

If you think a vampire or even you can drink blood without that blood or part of it being absorbed in to the body before it reaches the acid in their stomach. Then do the simple experiment of drinking about an ounce of blood from a person that has AIDS, and then go get tested for HIV three months later. If you do that experiment, you will test positive for HIV. It is a retrovirus as well as being a part of an infected persons blood. So that little experiment will double as a way to show how easily ingesting blood that contains vHERV works when being changed in to a vampire. As well as the fact that anybody can absorb ingested blood without it ever reaching the stomach.

That is the most logical explanation I can come up with for the idea of vampires being smarter, quicker, stronger, slightly faster healing, paler, and more psychically aware. The following endogenous retrovirus belief is the most logical I have heard as to why us real vampires exist. Though it is highly controversial, the people who call it fiction have much more far fetched explanations on what causes real vampirism, which is why I accept this explanation and not theirs.

The endogenous retrovirus

Yale University »Endogenous retroviruses contribute to the evolution of the host genome and can be associated with disease.» The belief that being a vampire was caused by a disease dates back at least as far as the black plague. Making this far from being a new belief, and the black plague happened long before movies were even thought of. Meaning this is definitely not due to the latest vampire movie, or any vampire or non-vampire movie for that matter. The claim that it is just an energy deficiency problem, dates back no farther than the movie »Lifeforce» which was created in 1985.

http://vector.bcm.tmc.edu »endogenous retroviruses are a sub-category of oncoviruses that include the lentiviruses. endogenous retroviruses are negative single-stranded RNA viruses in which tRNA serves as a primer for the mRNA synthesis. The mRNA is then reverse transcribed into DNA, which is then integrated into the chromosome at a multiplicity of sites, particularly those that are transcriptionally active.»

The main reason behind why real vampirism isn’t as widely believed as one would think, is due to a failure of the general public’s» understanding of the endogenous retrovirus which for this website will be referred to as vHERV. A majority of the general public doesn’t believe, and do not want to believe, that human DNA can be altered in such a way to create such a being.

The term «Real Vampire» for purpose of this site is going to be used as a medical term and therefore must be separated from the «Vampire» myths, such as Dracula. A Viral Vampire is an infected human. Though the DNA in the host human has been greatly altered, the organism remains human in the medical sense, as the number of chromosomes have not been changed. The entire human race has the same number of chromosomes. The number of chromosomes is what separates humans and animals (except for those born with Down’s Syndrome – these people have an extra copy of chromosome 21 but are, of course, human). It must be kept in mind that DNA can be altered in many ways. Many endogenous retroviruses can alter their DNA to become stronger and survive even more intolerable conditions. Superinfection among vampires also enhances the vHERV’s capability of doing this, read the superinfection page to learn more about it. This is what happens with the human DNA with the vHERV endogenous retrovirus.

Technically still human

Technically the Real Vampire is still a human. However, for sake of discussion let us think of vampires as non-human or as the next step in human evolution. This is difficult to believe because many of the attributes of a Real Vampire are considered far more developed than those of a human. Strength, speed, enhanced mental and/or psychic abilities, the ability to digest human and animal blood more efficiently are but a few of the differences. The reason this happens is the basic human DNA is altered by the endogenous retrovirus. The endogenous retrovirus, which we call vHERV, is NOT the same virus as HIV. To simplify, it is transmitted through a simple exchange of blood which can later be passed on either through birth or the more traditional way of an exchange of blood.

Through birth, the child inherits the endogenous retrovirus, passed on from the mother or father. The parent may have become infected with the endogenous retrovirus from some other member of their family such as a cousin, aunt, brother, etc., and thus the retrovirus is passed onto the newborn. Rarely are both parents infected, i.e., real vampires themselves. The passing of the endogenous retrovirus to the child from the parent produces a biological vampire child. The vHERV is passed onto the newborn much the same way the other seven endogenous retroviruses that separate humans from chimpanzees are passed from mother to child. Every normal human being all ready has ten endogenous retroviruses seven of which are shared with chimpanzees. The other three are only found in humans.

According to Yale university as well as other well respected universities these are the differences that make humans more evolved than the chimpanzee. In such a child, the endogenous retrovirus remains dormant until the catalyst of the onset of puberty. The release of hormones is believed to activate the endogenous retrovirus system. Meaning it really is not a stretch to say that introducing one or more new endogenous retroviruses to a human will cause them to become a vampire, in effect giving the vampire some definite new advantages.

The effects of the vHERV endogenous retrovirus then take a number of years during later childhood growth to become completely effective, i.e. active in the system from its previously dormant state in the child’s body. In most cases, the child assumes that it is just the normal changes that happen to everyone during puberty, and generally thinks no more of it. It is also believed that the blood chemical make-up of the individual is also responsible in determining if the child will be fully affected by the endogenous retrovirus and thus DNA altered. (When the exchange of blood happens, the endogenous retrovirus adapts to the newly introduced blood chemical make up, which is what allows a real vampire to take on the strengths from the one that they have received the blood from, thereby allowing it to become compatible with the new potential host.) As with Inheritors, it takes traditional vampires a while to develop the full blown endogenous retrovirus after being infected. (Most of the changes happen within the first 3 days, roughly 70-80%. The remaining changes happen over the next few years.)

Relatively newly discovered

vHERV is closely related to many other viruses such as the common flu virus and the HIV virus. vHERV is not the HIV virus but works in much the same way when infecting the host. Another reason the reality and cause of vampirism in today’s modern world is not more commonly known, is because many members of the public or medical establishment do not know of the existence of vHERV. Why do they not know of it? Because unlike the Ebola virus and the Black Plague which have been named and dated, vHERV in the scheme of the medical world is relatively new, and not deadly. That is not to say that it has just been stumbled across in modern times but it has existed in the shadows of humanity for a millennium without a definite name. vHERV has only been known for a relatively short time, many years to be sure, but in regard to other viruses, a short time.

It has been many years now that several doctors in several parts of the USA and Europe have known about and been actively studying the vHERV and its victims. These studies have been accomplished by long range, personal, and one-on-one research with these infected people.

In truth I can keep presenting all the information I want to you about real vampires and their existence. However in the end one fact remains, seeing is believing. For that use this page to find a real vampire. So that the next time you see one you will actually be able to recognize a vampire when you see it. Because fact is vampires are every where, and if you know what to look for you will inevitably find one on your own.

Why would they be so secretive? For the same reasons as with any other discovery. Once released, the doctors and researchers will gain money, fame and reputation. Not to mention grants, and the licensing of new drugs, etc.

What would happen to the nation’s, to the world’s, population if real vampires were proven to be real?
Real, but unlike the myths or legends.
fear?

1. First the fear (my money is on jealousy NOT fear). Real vampires are stronger, faster, etc. They could easily take jobs.
«GINA Becomes Genuine: By late May, President George W. Bush was expected to have signed into law the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), which will prohibit health insurers from canceling or denying coverage or hiking premiums based on genetic predisposition due to a specific disease. The legislation, which sailed through the House and Senate, also bars employers from using genetic data to hire, fire, promote or make other employment-related decisions.»
What this means for vampires, is due to it being genetic, once it is accepted globally, employment or promotion decisions can not be based on whether or not you are a vampire.

2. They tend to be smarter and more mentally adept, more psychic. Could they then dominate and control normal humans? (People tend to be stubborn, and automatically rebel against control whenever they come to the realization. or thought, that it is happening to them against their will.) Do you fear a psychiatrist because he/she might be able to manipulate the way you think, to make you behave more like him/her?

3. The hatred (that’s the same reason why homosexuals and lesbians stayed «in the closet» for so long). Humans cannot even live with their own kind in peace.
Q. What happens if you attack a person for being a Vampire?
A. The same thing that happens if you attack some one because they’re gay.) How can they live with real Vampires? (Multiple choice, pick one:
a) The same way as kids at school try to live with the class bully, try to become friends with him so others won’t give them a hard time.
b) The same way that they live with blonds – lust and humor. «How many Vampires does it take to change a light bulb? Zero none of them needs it.» «Blonds have more fun».
c) All of the above.

4. The envy: real vampires live longer, stay younger looking longer. How many normal people would want to be able to do the same? (With how much money people spend on plastic and cosmetic surgery for only looking young longer? Which reminds me of the million dollar question: «Will you turn me into a Vampire?” Almost makes you think that they would pay millions for what you have»)

5. Population: So many of them, and they live longer. Less housing, less food and what else would they use longer than normal people do? I think they’re more concerned with the people that are proud of their 5+ amount of kids that they popped out, than they are with someone that is lucky enough to live a longer life.

6. And what about the religious issues? The old church views are that all Vampires (and witches) are evil or in league with evil. How many righteous people would like to see them dead? How many hunters would like to see them dead? Apparently not enough because there are no serial killers targeting witches, and murder is murder. See letter written by a true slayer page on this website.

7. The government would want them for soldiers and laborers and so would other countries. . If anything we would be considered to be more qualified for higher positions than the average person, after a simple blood test revealing that we are real vampires, like they already do to people that enlist in to the military but don’t tell them about it. They consider us as too valuable to waste on common labor. Not to mention forcibly studying them like lab animals. Duh, hello, you’ve been reading so far what the government already knows, and none of it was done by force, it was all acquired thanks to the real vampires that were brave enough to come out into the open, and by their own free will allowed tests to be done on them. To prove their existence and learn more about themselves, before taking the common route of listening to myths and theories and picking one.

8. What about the Vampire himself/herself? Their safety gone, they are exposed; people who fear, hate or admire them and all now know the real vampire truly exists. There are a lot more Vampires, Vampire lovers, and friends out there than you may realize and a lot less enemies than you think. A thousand years ago, people considered hunters to be a hero; these days they would be nothing more than murderers. Times have changed.

Second doubts

How does society cope with something that they learned for a millennium does not exist? How does the world establishment tell the populous of the existence of something believed to be myth and evil? We have already started doing that for a while now; the only difference is we have scientific proof to back it up. How do they integrate a newly identified species into the human community? By realizing that we have been in the community the whole time, we have not gone on midnight killing sprees, and most likely a whole new type of target advertising.
Let us not forget that we have been here all along, and found our own way into society.

THE TIME TO TAKE THE FINAL LEAP AND REVEAL OUR PRESENCE TO THE WORLD IS NOW!

References

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Blood Banks test for anything that might discount you for being a donor. When I donated my first time they called up and said I had an anomaly in my blood and that they wanted me to donate again, because a part of the blood, called plasma, that they use is good for burn victims. Interesting? After reading this site, some other vamps have contacted me stating that they have had this happen to them as well.

There will be further announcements of the life extension program already in effect for humans. Soon to follow, other announcements about gene splicing, genetic engineering and gene manipulation this has already been performed on lesser animals.

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Then the release of a newly discovered or mapped gene found to prolong life, a prelude to this announcement was just accomplished, as seen on recent NBC and ABC television broadcasts.

Next, announcements on a human life extension program, which has already been done, but taking another direction as can be found towards the bottom of this page. The announcement of a vaccine- not a cure- but a prevention of AIDS, which was released on NBC and ABC in June 1998.

The medical and scientific community will make slowly released announcements in approximately the following order. Release to the general public; announcements which have already been made on the TV show, Nova, regarding gene mapping and gene splicing. «Scientific American» magazine has released articles telling about how they have found ways to change the DNA in fruit flies after their birth that doubled their life span in late 2003 as well as successfully changing the DNA in full grown people that noticeably increased their strength and speed, said to only be used for Muscular Dystrophy patients. They haven’t started it as common treatment because they don’t want it being abused by athletes to improve performance.

Next to come was the announcement of the newly discovered endogenous retrovirus which in itself led to the AIDS/HIV Vaccine.

Channel 57 (San Diego) cable TV on 01/07/06 stated vampires can consume nearly 800% more iron through blood a day than people can normally digest (among other facts).

Scientific American July 2008: Articles «Bring In The Noise» «Ancient Gene, New Tricks» and «New Jobs for Ancient Chaperones» not directly stated to be made possible by studying the vampire endogenous retrovirus and how it is able to perform its functions, however surprisingly clear what these Gene therapies were derived from.

The articles I was referring to are in the July 2008 scientific American magazine. Harbinger3_DR is the one I mentioned on the phone which goes along DNA fixing flaws in it. Basically resulting in making what ever it is in, in to the perfect form of itself on a genetic level.

There is also a state of competence that one fifth of bacteria in Bacillus subtilis colonies live in which they stop growing and incorporate DNA from the environment into their genomes. Whether a cell does this is determined stochastically, and despite its costs the competent ones do not grow or divide. These cells actually look for genetic sequences that will make themselves better and add them to their own DNA.

Both of the things listed above are vampire abilities that happen automatically when turned. The next thing listed which is also in the same edition of Scientific American, is some thing that is a common thing in vampire movies however due to not wanting to risk it, I dont plan on testing it out. Granted it doesn’t say they are linked to real vampires, How ever I’m not surprised that they wouldn’t say vampires in that magazine seeing that at this time most people have no belief that vampires are real.

Last one is HSP90 which is synthetically produced from other HSPs provides multiple different effects for the body, including making it immune to radiation for 15 seconds at a time. The rest of what it does is to much to list however it is definitely worth looking in to.

«GINA Becomes Genuine: By late May, President George W. Bush was expected to have signed in to law the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), which will prohibit health insurers from canceling or denying coverage or hiking premiums based on genetic predisposition do to a specific disease. The legislation, which sailed through the House and Senate, also bars employers from using genetic data to hire, fire, promote or make other employment-related decisions.»
What this means for vampires, is due to it being genetic, once it is accepted globally, employment or promotion decisions can not be based on whether or not you are a vampire.

The article continues, to explain it in more detail. To read it go to http://sciam.com, To subscribe and to look for more updates go to this direct link http://www.sciam.com/subscribe/combo_sciam.cfm?lsource=topnav_sciam – Recommended.

(3/27/09)A School principle called police protection for a person rumored to be a vampire, and another student that believes himself to be a werewolf.

»I am very concerned that the safety of certain students may be jeopardized as targets of rumors and speculation,» she wrote. »Please alert any adult in the building if you feel that any student is being harassed or targeted.»

Students leaving Boston Latin yesterday said rumors about students claiming to be vampires, have been circulating for months. Several said two or three female students at the school carry umbrellas in all weather to avoid exposure to the sun.

vHERV is an ancient endogenous retrovirus only now coming into the light of modern day. Its form and reasons are simple and easily understood by anyone with an open mind and willingness to wait for the medical proof to be announced. It will indeed be made known and no doubt be disputed at first.

However, in the end, real vampires will live along side humans. They will run the local corner shop and be your neighbors. How you want to welcome us into your life is your choice, but know whether you are welcoming or not we will be there.

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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.
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