MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
One of my favorite subjects this time of year is vampirism– and how to this day the rumors of the elite and others drinking human blood is the secret to long life. I was first introduced to the idea from both David Icke and Chris Everard as they would speak about how members of the Royal family tend to live very long lives.
I was told to read the book, Mummies Cannibals and Vampires, by Dr, Richard Sugg.
In the book it is reported that in medieval Europe medicinal cannibalism was practiced by people of Royal stature. It was believed that eating human fat, drinking blood, and eating brains from skulls could cure anything from nosebleeds to heart problems. In the heyday of medicinal cannibalism, bodies or bones were routinely taken from Egyptian tombs and European graveyards. Not only that, but some way into the eighteenth century one of the biggest imports from Ireland into Britain were human skulls.
Skulls were routinely ground up and they had oil distilled from them. It was used to cure all kinds of ills. The concoction was often called the ‘king’s drops.” Of course, now we have modern medicine and these ancient practices of blood drinking and skullduggery have escaped us right?
Well, we really don’t know.
I don’t know if anyone remembers a show that I did many years ago where I was reading one of my Occult Chronological Histories of Alchemy to Wicca, Satanism and Witchcraft. It seems to be evident that from the 14th century on there was a deadly movement of defying the divinity of Jesus Christ. This idea was not passed down because of some tradition – it all sprang ready-made from the horrors of the time.
It appears in times of plague and disease we find ourselves in moments where people lose all hope and in the process expose themselves the lower powers in that very process they also open themselves to more suffering and disease.
Today, some of the more prevalent vampire myths can be explained with science. The fear from long ago that the dead could still harm the living was only intensified when dead bodies were exhumed and appeared to have blood coming out of their mouths. Without an understanding of how the body decomposes and what’s known as “purge fluid,” it’s easy to see how people could assume that their loved ones had come back from the dead and were drinking people’s blood. Many early skeletons from medieval times have been found with bricks or rocks filling their mouths or sickles around their necks, all the better to prevent these dead folks from rising up and attacking.
Some have also suggested that vampires were really just people who suffered from Porphyria, a condition that makes a person sensitive to sunlight. People with this disease are relegated to the indoors because exposure to light can lead to disfiguring blisters. Daily blood transfusions are sometimes needed as well. In a time of limited understanding, folks were terrified that they could “catch” this condition.
It needs to be revealed that according to a survey there are more than 5,000 people out there who actually consume human and animal blood.
The condition of craving blood for energy, also known as Haematomania, is real. The difference here is that these folks drink from willing donors—they don’t want to be confused with the scary portrayals of vampires. These “real vampires” are often just average people with unusual tastes. Some choose to live in like-minded communities. Most are fairly private about their taste for blood.
But blood is an emetic substance and so the thought of any human being able to sustain themselves drinking blood is a feat that most cannot tolerate without throwing up.
The Dark Ages were rife with plague, fanaticism, and accusations that vampires made pacts with Satan and secretly fed off the blood of children.
Today we are facing some eerie parallels as we are experiencing a plague and there are rumors flying around the internet that the rich and powerful are ritualistically drinking the blood or at least a component of the blood of terrified children.
There has been the persistent rumor that “global elites” torture children to harvest the chemical adrenochrome from their blood, which they then inject in order to stay healthy and young.
The most effective conspiracy theories are built around kernels of truth. Adrenochrome is a compound that occurs in the body, but about which little scientific research has been done beyond a few studies in the mid-20th century on whether it could play a role in schizophrenia.
The question transfixed the writers Aldous Huxley and Hunter S. Thompson, who were obsessed with mind-altering substances. To them, adrenochrome became a psychotropic, akin to mescaline.
In his famous Doors of Perception, written just after the first adrenochrome studies.
Huxley described adrenochrome as a clue that was “being systematically followed.” “The sleuths—biochemists, psychiatrists, psychologists—are on the trail,” he wrote. Biologists didn’t find much of interest.
Nearly 20 years later, Thompson cast adrenochrome as a psychedelic that must be violently extracted from human glands in his novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. The scene was immortalized in Terry Gilliam’s 1998 film.
It is now a dirty little conspiracy theory that the elite wish would go away. But it is hard not to speculate about this new form of vampirism when millionaires that are hell-bent on an Immortality Investment seek the sorcerer’s stone or hire the right alchemist to get the job done.
If you recall, three years ago there was a controversy regarding a sort of Silicon Valley vampirism where billionaires “end up being sustained by young blood.
Peter Thiel is allegedly receiving injections of blood drawn from healthy young kids, a technique that hasn’t been shown to work in humans and is based on some very scary studies in mice.
Just depends on who you ask –and what services provide the vampiric service.
An article in Futurism says that scientists are actually perfecting that practice of parabiosis but it is still facing some quarrelsome discussions in the scientific community.
According to the New Scientist, scientists from Stanford University took blood from two groups of mice — one cohort was two weeks old and the other 12 to 15 months old and applied it to human brain cells grown from embryonic stem cells.
Only the younger group’s blood boosted neural development, lending more weight to the idea of medical vampirism.
This research helps explain the “how” behind these revitalizing blood transfusions. Two proteins that were found only in the younger mouse blood, THBS4 and SPARCL1, made the lab-grown neurons grow more branches and form twice as many connections.
Both of those factors are signs of healthy and increased neural development.
But that doesn’t mean that the clinics out there claiming that young blood transfusions have medical benefits—The FDA is forbidding the idea of outrageous claims of a yet affirmed cure for aging.
The FDA concludes that a pile of neurons, human or not, cultured in a petri dish are not the same as a living human brain, and a great deal of clinical experimentation is necessary before anyone can make substantiated medical claims about young blood transfusions.
Depending on how much reprogramming occurred, some mice developed ugly embryonic tumors called teratomas, even as others showed signs their tissues had become younger.
This idea has not been lost on contemporary writers and directors that have contributed to the story line for the latest American Horror Story – Double Feature.
In Part One of the season, Red Tide takes place in a small New England town by the sea. A screenwriter moves there with his wife and daughter in order to escape the city and write his aware winning screenplay, He gets writers block and is told by a guy he meets at a bar — that there is a drug called Muse. The drug is a capsule filled with a black gooey substance. He takes the drug and it changes him — his brain goes on overload and he his able to pump out idea after idea but there is a catch in order to keep up the pace he has to drink human blood.
There is another catch as well — not everyone who takes the drug becomes successful — some who take it become ghoulish figures that feed off of the blood of animals and the dead.
It is a horrific story about those who are famous — keep their fame and longevity intact by drinking blood — and so they harvest at night in order to keep their fame and fortunes.
While this is fiction and maybe even satire of the adrenochrome blood libel — there are stories about vampirism and satanic pacts have been in the news that will never be reported on CNN or any other news network.
Recent documents that were leaked by the CIA include documentation that claims that Filipinos in order to stave off a communist takeover used vampire propaganda.
Aswang, Philippine vampire folklore rooted in Central Luzon, was one of the primary tools of keeping the Philippines out of the grip of communism.
With the end of the war, the age of empires and colonies also came to an end, as everyone seemed to be giving up their overseas possessions. In the years that followed, independence movements sprung up all over the world’s colonies.
Some were more successful than others. Others had to fight long, protracted wars for their independence. They all had one thing in common: it was time to choose a form of government. With Cold War competition between the United States and the Soviet Union emerging, the decolonization era was basically time to choose sides.
The United States granted the Philippines its independence in 1946, just 10 months after the end of World War II but this does not mean the U.S. let the Philippines choose its government by itself. No child of ours was going to turn communist if we had anything to say about it.
Enter the CIA, the Cold War’s second most underhanded clandestine service, who definitely had something to say about it.
The CIA may not have been as good as the Soviet KGB at human intelligence but when it came to covert operations, they were second to none. No one could combine physical warfare and psychological operations like the CIA, and that’s how aswang vampires came to haunt Filipino rebels.
The war had a profound effect on every country who really fought it. As Europe began to give up its colonies, the U.S. and USSR became global superpowers. The Philippines faced an identity crisis. Filipino society had changed during the Japanese occupation and the tenant farming that had sustained certain parts of the country was abandoned.
But most consequently for the CIA, something else happened during the war. Those tenant farmers on the island of Luzon started sticking up for themselves. They formed the Hukbalahap (“Huks” for short), who picked up the arms left by retreating Allied soldiers and formed a guerrilla army. They protected the villages of Luzon from Japanese abuses, like an Aswang who only fed on Japanese soldiers.
In 1942, there was an estimated 3,000 Filipino Huk guerrilla fighters. By the war’s end, there were 10,000 in Luzon. Though once U.S. allies, they had an image problem after the war: the communists had claimed them. Once restored to power, the Philippine government expelled the Huks from Congress.
Huk opposition to domination by the U.S. government and American businesses only fanned the flames. Huks were soon being persecuted by American troops and Philippine police. In 1948, the Huks were outlawed completely and they formed a left-leaning but not entirely communist insurgency, called the HBB – or People’s Liberation Army.
The Huks were hardened veterans of fighting the Japanese and the Philippine Army was not ready to fight an enemy of this caliber. So from 1948-1954, the American CIA took over the matter. They were going to use the culture of the Huks against them.
Air Force Brig. Gen. Edward Lansdale knew the Huks of Central Luzon believed in the legends of the aswang, a long-tongued, sharp-toothed vampire that drained victims of all their blood. It began with CIA fighters piling dead Huk bodies along the roadsides.
The bodies had been pierced and drained of blood, so their mangled remains resembled the Aswang vampire victims . Not only would passersby not blame the Americans for their deaths, they would attribute them to Aswang vampires.
In 2014 there was another harrowing story out of Romania about a priest who suspected a nun of making a pact with Satan and becoming a vampire.
Father Daniel Corogeanu was jailed for seven years after he ritually killed a 23 year old nun. She was strapped to a cross and left without food or water for five days. It was a very crude form of crucifixion.
Corogeanu was jailed in 2005 along with four other nuns who helped him with the ritual at the Tanacu monastery in eastern Romania.
The crime was a national scandal for the Romanian Orthodox Church, which excommunicated the priest and promised reforms, including psychological tests for those seeking to enter monasteries. But the outcome of the case is still shrouded in mystery and doubt, despite the conviction.
There are allegations that the court had not properly considered the suggestion that the nun might have died from an adrenaline overdose injected by paramedics.
It also emerged after her death that the nun had been diagnosed as a schizophrenic and her demonic ‘possession’ was unlikely to be more than a series of schizophrenic episodes.
In 1999 the Vatican issued its first new guidelines since 1614 for driving out devils, which urged priests to take modern psychiatry into account in deciding who should be exorcised.
And earlier this month the Papacy gave its blessing to exorcisms as a standard practice in the Catholic Church.
Pope Francis has emphasized that Satan exists and was previously thought to support exorcisms.
There was a moment where the pope appeared to cast out demon from a wheelchair bound man who said he was possessed by the devil.
The question persists are there those who drink the blood of innocents and are they in places of power? Are these vampire stories legend or myth and is there a kernel of truth to them?
From the very first, there were cabals that chose which children would be taken and sacrificed and harvested their blood for use in secret rituals. However the blood libel and satanic panic of Europe is still plaguing us today some 900 years later.
There are more blood-drinkers. There are new demons, still out for the same purpose: to defile Christ and steal hope and do all that demons do, which are the most evil things you can imagine.
Masten Milimo Wanjala was arrested on July 14 over the disappearance of two children, but in a chilling confession, admitted to killing at least 10 others over a five-year period, “sometimes through sucking blood from their veins before executing them”, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations in Kenya reported just weeks ago.
His victims were drugged and drained of their blood and some of them strangled, police said.
Police called the man “The Beast” as the remains of his victims were dumped in thickets. Others were submerged in sewer lines in the city and left to rot away.
The 20-year-old was due for a court appearance in Nairobi over the cold-blooded murders which targeted 12- and 13-year-old children, when officers noticed during the morning roll call that he had disappeared.
But a mob caught up with him after he was identified by school children.
He was flushed out of a nearby home and was publicly lynched.
Vampires have been a focal point of literature since Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel, “Dracula”. The present captivation with dark supernaturalism seems to create a cultural high and while religious leaders hope it fades, it seems that more and more stable people will indulge in the dark fetishism of the vampire, it doesn’t seem to be going away.
Is this all delusion? Is it part of the cult of supernaturalism that religious clerics believe is moving through consciousness of the zeitgeist?
Vicious, blood hungry, vampires were known to the ancient Babylonians, Assyrians and Greeks and have terrorized Europe for centuries. The Eyrbyggia Saga of Iceland, for example, tells of vampires in the year 1000 who killed 18 servants in one household.
In 1732, public officials and 24 soldiers from Belgrade (Yugoslavia) opened a grave in a mountain village. Inside was a healthy man who had been “dead” for three years. During those three years five relatives died from vampire bite. The soldiers pierced his heart with an iron bar.
The history speaks for itself, and perhaps beastly instincts are being triggered because some people are more keen to possibility of a cataclysmic cycle.
Something is triggering the base instinct of animalistic behavior which can be traced to primitives who may have been used to drinking human blood and partaking of the flesh in order to remain youthful and have eternal life.