Recently I was sent an onslaught of emails from very angry Vampires in connection to the article I wrote about my interview with a vampire.
I had angered this group to the point that I was having a difficult time figuring out what I had done due to all the uproar. The massive amount of emails was like being in a room with everyone yelling at once. I knew I had to sort it out and fix whatever had everyone so upset.
Once the initial hullabaloo was settled down I was able to work with those who emailed me so I could figure out what exactly seemed to bring about this upheaval. The last thing I wanted was to have the Vampire community angry with me!
Quickly I found the common thread that seemed to be most offensive to those who practice the Vampire lifestyle was the fact I connected them to the world of the IPV's or Internet Psychic Vampires.
The Vampires explained to me that the description of that group of people had nothing to do with what they practiced and in fact they did not know anything about the IPV's other then that they had nothing to do with them.
I realized I had made a huge mistake by including those who I refer to as IPV's with this group of people who practice their Vampire lifestyle without any connection at all to those I referred to in my article as Internet Psychic Vampires. It was my error to group them with the Vampires who explained to me that they had nothing to do with those on the Internet and are in fact two complete different groups of people.
Clearly this was a huge error on my part. I realized those who abuse the people on the Internet are people who are aggressive and dangerous as a group and need to be given a title all of their own such as Soul Controlling Attack Monsters of the Net. I now understand that the Internet hunters do without question need a classification of their own.
I received different assorted comments about my article from the Vampire Community. I found the opinions and statements sent to me extremely varied coming from this community. I read them all but found one email that seemed to fit across most of the subjects that the majority of my mail covered. This email reads:
One thing that you failed to mention about psychic vampires is that many of them can feed on various forms of metaphysical energy, such as elemental energy (which such feeding has zero impact on our fellow life forms), or ambient feeding where the psychic vampire feeds on the spent energy that people shed, so it's not taken, it 's more akin to picking up a dropped penny.
In the vampire community, the succubus vampire is more commonly referred to as a tantric vampire... using succubus as an adjective makes it sound too make believe, where as tantra (aka sex magic) is a known phenomenon that when used as an adjective suits the description without giving that fantasy stigma.
Sanguine vampires are in a sense also psychic vampires who, for some reason, need a more direct method, and use a variation on blood magic to feed. With blood magic, one sacrifices a SMALL bit of one's own blood to provide energy for the given spell. So instead of using that energy for a spell, it's used to sustain the vampire.
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