Friday, December 17, 2010

Vampires Are Real

Vampires are real just as the birds, fish, and humans are real.

Vampires are not born from the bowels of Hell. They were put here, with a purpose, when God put all other creatures.

There are two strains of original Vampires… those that have been touched by God and those that have been corrupted by the race he chose to make in his image. Human beings have a quirky way of corrupting most things around them; nature, weather, each other, animals, and plant life.

To preserve life, the longer-living ones that aren’t tainted by human bondage have gone into hiding. You’ll never find them.

The strange killings in Mexico and South Central America are not the workings of a strange animal but of unchecked, unbridled killing by those vampires that are enslaved by the human race… or, to be more poignant, by the top 1% of the human race.

It really is a shame, when you come to think of it, that we waste so much energy on fear when if we could only accept and understand we would be so much better as a society. Some call vampires monsters… I call them brother.

When I was young, I was very sick, and contracted skin cancer on my left bicep. As I grew into the tween years, I had several surgeries that left me cancer free but hampered by growth and development. One night I remember waking up in a cold sweat and felt my heart beating out of my chest and it felt like I couldn’t breathe. I tried to scream out, but it was like my lungs wouldn’t let me get enough air to produce anything resembling a normal voice.

I fell unconscious and when I woke up I felt normal, still sick, but normal. Over the next few weeks I started to gain strength like I’ve never known. I ran the mile at school (the first time I ever tried to do anything like that) and I did it in 7 minutes, which for me was a miracle. My grades went through the roof, I could focus better, I was stronger.

For reasons that I won’t get into here, I tried to kill myself by slicing my veins on my left arm. I cut deep but the very moment I did it, I felt like an electric pulse flow through me and the blood eventually stopped. I changed my mind (as people do) and went to the hospital. The doctor sewed up what was left of the wound and I went on my way. The skin grew so fast over the stitches that when I went to have them taken out, he had to dig my skin out to get at them.

There were woods near my house that I would frequent in and I found myself becoming for attuned to the smells, sights, feelings of the forest. I felt a surge of adrenaline mixed with a sense of fury, closely checked, every time I smelled something unfamiliar.

I’ll spare the details, but I tried to sample my own blood (an old habit from when I was very young) and I threw it up immediately. It touched my tongue and the taste was wrong, immediately. I was going out with someone and she was adventurous and let me have a taste and it was like nothing I’d ever experienced before. The feeling it gave me was like feeling something hot and cold flowing through every vein in your body, relaxing and energizing you at the same time.

I’ll admit that I’m still confused at what I am, but I can’t stand strong herbal smells… from garlic to onions and I get extreme migraines when I venture out into the sun for any length of time unless I am wearing a hat, sun glasses, and super sun block. At night, I feel alive and my eyes adjust better to the dim light of the moon than anything else.

Sent in by Sako, Copyright 2010

40 comments:

  1. From Your Experiences I'm Guessing Vampirism Runs In Your Family. Unless You Ever Have A Memory Being Bitten. Look Up Sites For Sicily. For There Is Where The First Vampire Was Made. Also Try Salem. There For Sure Vampires Linger. They'll Most Likely Find You. Beware Though Some Are Ruthless, While Others Are Only Half And Know Little.

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  2. Your case seems believable, but is it true? Maybe you could have made it up, to see if anyone would believe you.

    You are the first to report a case like this, but weather I believe you is my decision. I'm not saying you're a liar, but I'm not saying you're honest either.

    Hate me if you want, but until I can dig up undeniable truth, then maybe, maybe, I'll believe you.

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  3. We are all subject to the parameters set down by our mind. I don't hate you, because hatred is such a wasted emotion. Asking questions and gleaning information are two things all human beings should bo, but rarely move forward with it.

    I applaud you for your words and we'll probably never run into each other so that I can dispel any disbelief you may have, however constituted. I can only say go with God and may the rest of the pieces fall where they may.

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  4. Cancer and rapid mitosis runs in my family more than anything else. I don't have any direct memory of being biten, so I'm not sure what to make of it all. This sense of isolation and lonliness is always gnawing at my back, pulling at my heart. Even when I'm with people that I consider trusted friends (however small that circle may be), I still feel isolated from them.

    In any event as far back as my family history goes we were heavily poulated in northern Scotland and then mixed together over the years with various Europeans until we resulted in a mutt of a gene pool.

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  5. Call me old fasioned, but THAT, is what I like to find in people: Respect. While I may come off as rude, I have the habit of being straight to the point, blunt. Which is why I come off as rude to some people.

    As for run-ins, once I graduate high school, I'm gonna find a way to move from place to place to start my investigations, so we may in fact run into each other.But the chances of that may still be low. I might try Salem, as I remembered the old Salem Witch Trials, and see if there could be more involvement than the old witches.

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  6. Hi everyone. I like this site very well. I myself believe in vampires. I tend to to love them , then i dont hollywood makes some seem so lovely and others so evil. To be honest though i think i love them either way. They are different and i like different. I believe in bein open to all things as some have said this is one large world and alot of it hasnt even been touched by human eyes. I also would like to say that each individual is born with certain gifts its up to that person to open their gift up and except it, some humans are terrified of what they will find, the ones that except what their gift is are, are of course granted more gifts. My spelling is off i do apologize but i say if u want to know more or see more start within and you can draw more to you. Be careful what your lookin for. Best wishes to all.

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  7. I like how you talked about how much of the world hasn't been seen by human eyes. I'd like to point out though, that while we're busy hating each other overy petty reasons, perhaps we have seen more than we have thought and are so self-absorbed in our own little worlds that we cannot even begin to fathom what is really out there. Do you agree?

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  8. if it is true.....and i say this because i belief that there is always some kind of truth in every story! then heck yes! i love the fact that there is something out there other than "humans!" it makes life interesting and.....sexy to be honest! it's just too bad i live in the city.

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  9. I do agree with you very well put yes i see exactly what you mean by some of that world being already seen with our eyes and some how forced into a drawer where we let it sit. I think if our brains let us remember it all we would go into shock or be big headed about what we know and wouldnt be believed either way it still leads to oneself and not forgetting what or who you believe in

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  10. Hi,
    I believe you. I do believe in werewolves and vampires and think they are fascinating. You could be lying, but I think change the famous saying to 'true until proven false'.

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  11. if this is true then why is there no factual evidence of such existence.. i'm sorry if i'm being rude or something.. i just want to dig up anything i could find with the vampire thing...i admire them as much as i admire people with extra talents or capabilities.. but nonetheless... i needed proof..

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  12. Yur 1 lucky man Sako. Answer me this; Once the sun rises n I have seen its true colors and felt its warmth enveloping me in its eternal love, will I have felt the warmth inside my soul, or will my soul bear no warmth? Night is your strength, daybreak is your weakness. Coldness is your strenght, yet warmth is your weakness also. Tell me this how come warm blood isn't your weakness, but your desire? I have royal blood flowing in my veins as we speak. I descend from the red blooded indians, the aztecs. We were the people of the banner of the sun. We thrived in sunlight.

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  13. I suggest you look to your roots then and perhaps you will see what I am, where I come from, and what I am here to do. The truth is that I believe science hasn't determined what I am yet, much like centuries ago science was just discovering the mysteries we take for granted today. The moon is my strength, the coldness of the night and the darkness exudes it's own vibrant vibrations...purples and blacks and dark blues. But the sun does not hurt, it is just a minor irritation. It blinds, but it blinds normal people as well. It burns, but it burns normal people as well. I guess what I'm saying is that I draw special strength from the facets of nature oppposite you, dear bearer of the sun, but I am not weak in the sun...I'm just merely normal.

    Our societies have been part of a special myth, a ying-yang effect and the only reason we didn't destroy each other was because Cortez interrupted us. Why is it, that you sacrificed your precious lives to appease the gods? Why then, when you sacrifice a human being at the altar and then turn around and accuse us of anything less? I enjoyed your post and I hope we can discuss this further. It has been a long while since I've enjoyed such stimulating conversation.

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  14. Vampires are not real. But there are crazy people out there that will drink your blood because they think they are vampires.

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  15. Well I'm glad we understand each other, as for stimulating conversations; It wasn't meant to stimulate anyone or anything, just merely speaking words of truth. May the sun see your weakness and have mercy on your soul, may the night see your strenght and bear a shield of cover for you, as for Cortez, he is a distant relative, for my moms maiden name was Cortez, so you see I have royal blood from the Spaniards and the Aztecs. Dios tenga amor para ti.

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  16. My rooots are both Aztec and spaniard, as for Cortez,he's a distant relative, my mothers maiden name was Cortez. So you see I have royal blood on both sides;spaniards, Aztecs. As for stimulating;this conversation wasn't meant to stimulate anyone or anyting. I'm sorry if it did. May the sun see your weakness and have mercy on your soul, may the night see your strenght and cloak you with a shield of darkness.

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  17. Hey, I dnt believe in the concept of being in existence with us its all myths just to entertain viewers... Well its my opinion I relly dnt mean to offend anyone... Bt I do luv the fiction vamps especially twilight and its sagas however, not a similar representation to the dracula or something similar however, it captures the concept of vampires in a beta light and as well as vampire diaries they relate quite significantly to vampirism... N if they do exist it will be kinda freaky if they exist like dracula n stuff HOWEVER, I really dnt anoda version of twilight :) I didn't mean to offend any1 if did I'm sorry...peace xxxayesha

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  18. You knw thts a relly excitin idea...well best of luck wid ur trivia quest :)

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  19. Hilarious article. You should write for SNL!

    It's proof positive when a person who admits to being growth-stunted and suicidal claims to be a vampire. Not a chance that you are just delusional?
    Just saying what sane people will be thinking.

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  20. Inbreeding as a cause of vampirism? It's a possibility.

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  21. Santa is a vampire and the easter bunny is a were-beast.

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  22. and because they have no friends

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  23. Sako is a man?

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  24. is that supposed to be sarcastic? ^,.,^

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  25. im sorry for being irelevant but anonymous, whats with The Caps For Everything in your post. just curious. ^,.,^

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  26. I've always been a believer in life's enigmas, and after reading your post Sako I only have one thing to say, I believe you.

    The only reason I came to this website is to gather information for a book I am currently writing. Your story has given me great inspiration, so I thank you.

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  27. Vampire Truth or MythMarch 22, 2011 at 2:41 AM

    If you are writing a book dont forget that the stuff on this website is all copyrighted material and cannot be legally published in your book :)

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  28. Hello, I'm just writing to say what I think about this whole Vampire thing.

    Honestly I believe they're real. I mean, yeah haven't seen proof, but it's like me being a Christian and believing in God when those who don't say they need proof to believe which is understandable. I believe in God because I have faith.

    Anyway, I believe in Sako's story, I honestly have no clue why, but I just do. I'm sixteen and I believe that I could have a vampire gene in me... One of the main reasons why I think so is because I'm very sensitive to the sun. It gives me headaches, and hurts my eyes and makes me feel weak. Even when I put sunglasses on it's still the same. When it's night I must say I do feel alive and I can also see better too. To be honest, I really dislike summer. I prefer winter.

    I actually do think there's a possibility that vampires do exist. I mean, anything is possible. I also believe in magic too. I'm quite an open-mined person.

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  29. may I ask a question sako do vampires feed on peoples energy? It is something I have been wondering for years and just got around to looking it up I feel this presence in my house and it feels lke it takes every bit of energy out of my body. Thank u Pennie

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  30. heyy....are you a vampire??
    i have a huge curiosity in me to know about vampires..
    do they exist everywhere??
    are they all bad?? or there are good ones also.??
    do they always hurt people??
    please let me know if you are a vampire..

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  31. I think I am being followed or watched by a vampire, is that a good thing, or a bad thing. I really believe because I think I met one once when I was 16.
    how would I know if I was being followed or watched by a vampire.
    -Roxanne

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  32. You may be a vampire and some vampires use sunblock. i feel like i am a vampire sometimes cuz when i get home from school i fall asleep in 30 mins i sleep till 8 then fall asleep round 1.

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  33. i think that vampires are real and although its sad to say so but im addicted to them and i wish with all of mi heart that i was one !!!!!
    but im ot so shallow as to bleave that a vampire would pick me out of all girls to bite:(

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  34. Ramanathan.G, Advocate (Delhi-1282/2000)April 23, 2011 at 8:53 PM

    The stem-cell therapy is a new Medical development. Now News Papers report Clonning of Animals with human stems, to produce Heart, lung, kidney etc; to save human lives with replacements.

    It is submitted that, your treatments till that date might have given some boost to the Stem Cell which developed into yourself as a human being, and resulted in present wonders.

    Para Normal is not a reply for each and every incidents, at least what had been written by you. I am not inclined to discuss about Taste of Blood etc, reason is, unless entire treatment data is provided, and analysed by a Good Doctor, such things deserve to be discarded to prove change of human to inhuman.

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  35. well sako, I hate to break it to you, but theres alot of sad, lonely, scared, changing, vunerable, thoughtful people out there.. as well as the sick and diseased, titled or strong, but they're still just people..just like you! and guess what, they're humans just like you ;)

    perhaps you should take that energy from the things you believe in but hold no facts, and put that energy into finding and believing IN yourself, not WHAT you're made OF.
    if there is vampires in the world, they're humans just like me. they evolve and will evolve, otherwise they wouldnt survive, and perhaps, they havent....

    just an honest observation.

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  36. I know how this feels. I can't tell anyone and it makes you feel truly alone.

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  37. NONE of you are vampires, give it up.

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  38. if you do not believe in vampires then dont bother leaving a comment, no need to be rude people.

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  39. i'm totally confused of what to beleive...i beleive anything is possible but i live in a REALLY small town in michigan and wonder how anything super natural or paranormal can occur here i'm fascinated by vampires but not obssesed.if they are real they would be scared to reveal themselves to the world for they fear they would be hunted to extinction and then others would want to reveal themselves to try and fell superior.....I'm probably just another teenager with an over active imagination

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  40. does anyone ever doubt themselves and say maybe they are mental? or do they jump to conclusions? i have the biggest open mind ever i belive anything is possible i belive in jesus and god....i truly want to beleive vampires are real but i feel i need some sort of proof....i'm a 14 year old girl what do i know about anything i am serious about my first question do u ever doubt yourself? was that your first question...are you immortal not ageing or changeing?

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