What FACTS can you give me about VAMPIRES, WEREWOLVES, and OTHER MYTHICAL CREATU

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  1. MamaDragonfly2677 profile image72
    MamaDragonfly2677posted 9 years ago

    What FACTS can you give me about VAMPIRES, WEREWOLVES, and OTHER MYTHICAL CREATURES?

  2. dranjesh profile image42
    dranjeshposted 9 years ago

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  3. TheThinkBucket profile image55
    TheThinkBucketposted 9 years ago

    I have photographic evidence that some vampires do have a reflection in the mirror.

  4. AJHargrove profile image79
    AJHargroveposted 9 years ago

    TheThinkBucket: Do you have a link or something to this evidence?

    MamaDragonfly2677: Many mythical creatures probably have some basis in fact. The most likely of these seems to be the chupacabra, which is occasionally sited around Mexico, Texas, and that area. Here are a couple of those incidents:

    http://www.scientificamerican.com/blog/ … 2008-08-13

    http://www.kvue.com/news/top/stories/07 … 1e691.html

  5. mafthfp profile image52
    mafthfpposted 9 years ago

    Shoot Vampire until he 'dies' then run over to his body and stand behind him. Anyone that follows Metal Gear would expect no less than for Vamp to regenerate. This also means that a vampire doesn't get much opportunity to top up his tan, so look out for a pasty complexion. If you see him during the day lurking in the shadows, it is because a vampire will burn up in direct sunlight. It is known that vampires cannot stand to be close to garlic, so keep at least one clove handy at all times. If you are being constantly harassed by a vampire, the only way to stop him is to fight back. You can hurt a vampire by burning his flesh, in one of two ways. In either case, the vampire now knows you mean business, and will think twice before coming back. The only way to truly be safe from a vampire is to kill him. A wooden stake through the heart will cause a vampire to turn to ash. The other way to kill a vampire is by cutting of his head. I do not fear Vampires and will not give into their blood sucking taste of my blood. While they do possess extraordinary leaping ability (vampires have been observed leaping over fences 20 feet high), vampires cannot fly. The truth is, vampires will sleep wherever they feel safe. As strong as an Actual vampire really is. The shotgun is a superb weapon against vampires. As I've said before, vampires are pragmatic hunters, and the sight of someone brandishing a shotgun is very likely to make them pull back.  Do not trust some one who tells you they are a vampire, no matter how long you've known them before uncovering truths that weren't meant to be discovered. If a Vampire tells you that You are secretly a Vampire also. The truth is No vampire can be trusted unless That Vampire is standing with you against an opposition of Vampires.  If you encounter one vampire, there is probably another more nearby Vampires hunts in packs and prefer to have one vampire act as a sort of scout. The scout vampire will try to drive you toward a confined area where the others are hiding. (But I wouldn't advise that) Be alert a Vampire can easily blend into its surroundings.  Make noise, Vampires do not like attention and prefer to operate under the radar. Be fierce and aggressive Vampires are discriminating in their hunt. If you are hunted by a Vampire it's going to it's going to try hard to silence you Be Careful.

  6. silverwindintx profile image55
    silverwindintxposted 9 years ago

    Try reading Magickal Mythical Creatures by DJ Conway - EXCELLENT book!

  7. Jarn profile image81
    Jarnposted 9 years ago

    Hmm. Facts you say? I think it would be hard to provide facts about beings whose very existence is in dispute. What can be provided is beliefs which mirror the beliefs that such creatures exist.

    I'm honestly not sure if it's how this question is worded, or if I'm reading into it too much. To that end I'll provide two answers to cover each possibility.

    1. Every society has mythical creatures in their origin, each with their own lesson to tell and some more obscure than others. I would like to suggest that beings such as angels, demons, and ghosts are not mythical creatures in that they have a strong presence in almost every society one can name. Werewolves exist as a warning against the primal, animalistic instinct among all of us, and how that we must actively fight to remain human lest distrastrous results ensue. While I certainly don't claim to be a werewolf or any such thing, I am very easily influenced and agitated by the phases of the moon. The vampire, as originally explained in Greek legend, is known as a vrykolak. They are the bodies of evil men who died and refuse to cross over, continuing their own existence by drinking the blood and inhaling the breath of the living. Strigoi in Romanian legend are similar. This suggests to me that it's a warning against dealings with wicked men. Another mythological creature I think on is Peg Powler, also known as Jenny Greenteeth. She inhabits inland streams and millponds, waiting to pull in and devour passing children. This one is a warning used to scare children to avoid such places way back when drowning was a worry.

  8. MOEFLATS profile image70
    MOEFLATSposted 9 years ago

    Due to technological advances, there are means of communicating with us - whether we like it or not.  I speculate on the role of this phenomenon in Biblical Prophecy Fulfillment.  I also explain how to shut most of this out. read more

  9. sroberts9 profile image79
    sroberts9posted 9 years ago

    It is all made up from someone's imagination of what an evil creature would look like and the ways it would have.

  10. misterspook profile image53
    misterspookposted 9 years ago

    I'd avoid them altogether.  They're never around when you need them, always underfoot when you don't.

  11. Rod Marsden profile image75
    Rod Marsdenposted 8 years ago

    Before the 19th Century vampires were for the most part female and werewolves male. In the 19th Century it was discovered that more women were reading for pleasure than men. And so the dark romance...the Penny Dreadful was born. It seemed that the ladies of the day liked their vampires to be male. Dracula wasn't the first of this new style of vampire. Varney preceded him by some decades. Today both men and women like to see female vampires strutting their stuff and also in control without some male vampire telling them what to do.

    The gods of Egypt are actually more terrifying than the idea of a walking human cadaver. Fancy having your heart ripped out and weighed on a set of scales? Fancy meeting a god with the head of a crocodile? Now both these images are scary!

  12. MiseryHinata profile image63
    MiseryHinataposted 7 years ago

    Werewolves came about when people began to think that wolves were evil because wolves ate livestock and such, so when a man became a murderer or stole, they'd say he had the spirit of a wolf in him, and thus werewolves came about. Interesting isn't it?

  13. Sneha Sunny profile image92
    Sneha Sunnyposted 7 years ago

    vampires are just like normal bats but the difference is that they feed on blood.....
    all suck kinds of creatures are imaginary...... means to makes the movies interesting film makers created these things......
    like vampires are bats........they created a man who is a vampire.....similarly a werewolf is inspired by a normal wolf......

  14. Felynx profile image60
    Felynxposted 7 years ago

    I could tell you everything you need to know, but people generally thinking these things never existed and I don't think no one would believe me. And I dont think youre looking for realistic answers or anything like that

 
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