Psychic Vampirism: Dispelling the Myth

Arachnia's Web


I am a type of vampire. My strengths include energy work, which to be effective I need to be able to give and take any type of energy. This energy may be emotional, mental, sexual, magical, an illness, etc. This may be a surprise, but even empathy is a type of vampirism, because empaths feed and utilize emotional energy.

Though my other articles focused on defense from vampires, I wanted to dispel the stigma of vampirism.

Many people call themselves vampires, or practice vampirism as a type of fad – or worse because they want to imitate the vampires seen in movies. This is not a game or a fad. Some of us do blood and energy work, which is heavily tied to death and the Cthonic deities. This is also how I received my knowledge of previous articles – I know from both side of the “coin” what vampires…

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Addressing Unity, The Messenger & Other Concerns

“I’ve been bitching and moaning about the Unity Project since about the time Maven Lore and Gia Bathory were interviewed for RVN. I always felt there was something off about Unity Project/Blood Nations from the jump—Maven and Rosemary’s cringey and over-the-top “coronation ceremony” included—though I wasn’t dumb enough to believe the Masonic YouTube-esque conspiracy theories involving color-coded maps and other nonsense.”

The Psychic Vampyres are the Real Vampires

V.K. Jehannum

Psychic vampyrism, which is a known technique of white and black magickians alike, is the practice of feeding upon the spiritual energy of other persons, and sanguine vampyrism is the act of drinking human blood for sustenance. Most people who practice sanguine vampyrism consider drinking blood to be nothing more than a particularly potent way of taking someone else’s spiritual energy.

While most black magickians see vampyrism as little more than an optional practice which they may or may not adopt, some authorities amongst modern systems of vampyric magick believe that some humans are born with anomalies of the spiritual body which require them to feed upon exogenous spiritual energy instead of recycling nature’s prana like the majority of people do. Initiates of the Black Lodge who practice vampyrism tend to doubt the reality of born vampyres, but vampyres external to the  “Left Hand Path” insist on self-identifying as born…

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