10/25/18: STINGIN’ IN THE VEIN W/ ERIKA V.

STINGIN’ IN THE VEIN

MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS

The other night, I had a really strange call to my show. It was a call from a man who sounded a bit befuddled. He was calling from California and he said that he was near a police station and was attacked by a man that bit him.

He said that the attacker had a black face and eyes that looked like they were black stones.

It was the first time I ever had a call reporting a vampire attack, but weirder things have happened on my show.

It is the season I guess, but it is also one of many stories that raise concern over what evil influence seems to be pervasive this year.

Halloween, of course, is a fun time of the year, but this year, reality seems to be churning outs some of the most terrifying stories that sound like they belong in a horror movie.

It was reported last week that 38 unattended corpses were left to rot in a Detroit funeral home. Eleven dead babies including 10 fetuses were discovered hidden in a ceiling last week.

The remains were discovered over the course of the week as workers were clearing out the basement. The remains of the babies were found in a drop ceiling of the funeral home on Friday.

The state of Michigan closed the Mortuary six months ago for violating rules.

The other day there was another terrifying story about two middle school girls in Florida that plotted to kill their classmates and then drinks their blood.

The 6th and 7th-grade girls attend Bartow Middle School, police say. At 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Bartow Police School Resource Officer assigned to the school was summoned to the principal’s office in reference to an armed juvenile complaint.

The investigation revealed that the students armed themselves with knives, and planned on attacking fellow students during the school day.

According to the Bartow Police Department, a student warned a teacher on Monday about one of the girl’s mentioning that “something bad” would happen in building 500 of the middle school. The superintendent said extra officers were at the school on Tuesday as a result of this warning. After one of the girl’s mother received a robo-call alerting her that her child was not in second period, she called the school to inform teachers that the child should be there.

Bartow Middle School staff immediately began to search the campus. They found the two girls in a bathroom. The girls were holding a goblet which an administrator suspected was being used to drink alcohol.

Once in the principal’s office, the girls were told to empty their pockets, which revealed a knife and knife sharpener. After that, their bags were searched, and several weapons including a pizza cutter and butcher knife were found on the girls. The two admitted to planning to kill students as they entered the bathroom.

When asked about motivation, the girls reportedly told police that they were Satan worshipers. According to police, the girls planned to drink their victims’ blood out of the goblet they were found with. They also discussed eating their victims’ flesh and leaving body parts at the school’s entrance before killing themselves.

This time of year is always good for a scary story or a report of some strange shadowy figure in the night, but the stories of rotting corpses and blood feeding children for Satan have left a little sting in the vein this Halloween.

I was listening today to a talk show that was briefly discussing the origins of Halloween and whether or not it is a Satanic holiday. Someone brought up that the Halloween season is a mixed bag of both Christian and Pagan traditions that have evolved over time.

It actually was a time that was observed to rid yourself of evil spirits. It was observed as a fall festival by the early Celts and later the Christian missionaries used it as an opportunity to learn about Christian heroes and martyrs.

In fact, the day after Halloween was observed as a moment to officially recognize and commemorate the souls of their blessed dead who had been declared saints.

Halloween is derived from the term All Hollows Eve and “Hallomass,” meaning Holy evening.

Many scholars agree that the commemoration of saints on November 1 first originated in Ireland, spread from there to England, and then to the continent of Europe with the rise of Christianity. By the ninth century, the Roman Catholic Church adopted the Celt’s Halloween tradition of the Samhain feast and Pope Gregory IV sent out an official letter of notification urging that Halloween be observed in harmony with All Saints Day throughout the Roman Empire.

Over time Samhain came to be perceived as an “evil pagan celebration” with many Celtic deities such as the horned god, Cernunnos coming to be associated with the Christian hell.

However, the Samhain or Halloween was the only night of the year that the dead returned to the realm of the living and the life of our Ancient Ancestors became intertwined in shadows.

All the hearts were turned to the departed ancestors and the various bloodline connections and rituals that would raise the spirits.

The theme in Bram Stoker’s Dracula “the blood is the life” is nothing more than an extrapolation from 13th century Christian literature coming out of Italy and ancient Mosaic Law.

In Dante’s Divine Comedy and his second book, The Purgatorio discussed how a remedial understanding in the transference of character and physical features were passed through semen and blood. Although DNA would not be discovered until more than 750 years later, it was understood that the man’s blood was a life giving force that contributed mental and physical characteristics to the life of offspring.

In the darker times of summer’s end, blood cults and death cults would be organized in the autumn and winter months.

Im Kheperu denotes the holy day for vampires, concurrent with the Pagan festival Samhain, when the rite of Im Sekhemu is most often performed. As a festival, Im Kheperu ushers in the Dark Side of the Year, a time when the powers of the vampire wax greatly and their sense of who they are heightens significantly.

It can also be seen as the Day of Double Power. It is a day where the vampire is poised on the threshold of many things; the energies of these holidays thin the veil between the living and the dead.

In the ancient writings of the alchemists, there is a very important connection between the vampire and the Nephilim. If you believe the word of the bible and the history of Old testament the small mention in the 6th chapter of Genesis of these giant titans that have fallen from grace are the key to tracking the history of the rise of the vampires.

The tales of affairs between mortal and the fallen angels vary. Very few references have been made of “true love” affairs, most accounts indicate that the women were not willing partners.

It’s easy to believe as it was said that no mortal could survive, bearing a Nephilim. Enoch relays the accounts in the Book of Watchers, filling in many of the blanks left within the Old Testament as it was rewritten throughout the years. His account is as follows:

There is an indication that many women, raped by these beings, died while bearing the cannibal horde of giants.

From Enoch we read:

“And they became pregnant, and they bare great giants, whose height was three thousand ells: Who consumed all the acquisitions of men. And when men could no longer sustain them, the giants turned against them and devoured mankind. And they began to sin against birds, and beasts, and reptiles, and fish, and to devour one another’s flesh, and drink the blood.”

There is also a “Noddist” view of a second genesis of the vampire that appears in the non-canonized biblical Book of Nod that speaks of vampiric offspring from Lilith, a female demon associated with child killing and bloodletting for prolonging immortality.

In the Book of Nod, it is insinuated that the first Vampire was born of Lilith and Cain. This is not a big jump from the information found in the book of Enoch. The Book of Nod tells that when Lilith refused Adam she was cast out of the Garden of Eden and made to live next to the Red Sea where it is believed the Watchers were residing as well. The Book of Nod states the following:

“For beyond the land of Eden, lay the land of Nod where Cain ran to. He saw lands to be tilled and animals to be tamed; yet he would not do God’s work. Cain cursed his existence and refused to give glory to God.

He wandered alone long into the night; then upon him came a woman. Garments dark as night, woven from shadows. Skin as pale as the moon with a chill as cold winters grasp. Eyes and lips glowing as embers in the night. Cain questioned who this woman was, she responded as” I am Lilith…second created from God. First banished.”Lilith of unnatural power; with the belief of a survival of the fittest.

Lilith taunted Cain, showing him her dark power but not teaching it to him. So he took her blood, devoured her powers. Believing he became stronger, with the belief of survival of the fittest; he took it upon himself to taunt Lilith and the Children of Seth. The belief of conquering the brood of Seth and “if thee shall worship me, they are free to do so.”

And so came temptation.

Some of the earliest beliefs surrounding vampires came on the heels of the conversion of Slavic people to Christianity sometime between the 7th and 9th centuries.

Before Christianity, Slavs predominantly cremated their dead, in the belief that a person’s soul would only be released with the burning of their body. When missionaries converted them, the new practice of burying the dead would have horrified many people.

The archaeological record shows an explosion of burials in the 7th and 8th centuries in which a stone is placed on top of bodies to keep the dead down as well as other practices such as putting things in graves to appease their dead relatives.

Many weeks ago a team of archaeologists from Italy, the University of Arizona, and Stanford University uncovered the grave of a 10-year-old child at an ancient Roman site in Italy.

The skeletal remains incorporated a rock intentionally placed inside the child’s mouth. Researchers believe the stone was part of a funeral ritual designed to prevent the child from becoming a Vampire.

It was evidence of what have been called “vampire burials,” where steps were taken to prevent the deceased rising from the dead.

It was said that those buried in this fashion were said to have a parasitic disease of the blood. The remains were analyzed and it was found that the child had malaria.

The fascinating discovery was made on the site of an abandoned Roman villa that was turned into a cemetery in the mid-fifth century, to hold all the babies and children that succumbed to a deadly malaria outbreak. It’s called La Necropoli dei Bambini, or the Cemetery of the Babies.

The discovery of the 10-year-old, whose age was determined by dental development but whose sex is unknown, was surprising for many reasons – one being that they are significantly older than other children buried at the site.

Until now, it was believed that the cemetery only held infants, toddlers and unborn fetuses as previous excavations of more than 50 burials found a three-year-old girl that also was a suspected vampire found with stones weighing down her hands and feet.

The bodies are being called the Vampire Children of Lugano.

Many of these children were also buried with animals that were apparently sacrificed in some death ritual of protection.

The archaeological record shows an explosion of burials in the 7th and 8th centuries in which a stone is placed on top of bodies to keep the dead down as well as other practices such as putting things in graves to appease their dead relatives.

Without the ritual of fire to release souls, some saw the practice as impure; thus, we get the Slavic play on the word Vampire derived from impurus—the Latin word for impure, or unclean.

Corpses in the 15th and 16th centuries were required to be nailed to their coffins to keep them from rising from the grave.

When you find yourself faced with the reality that fictional vampires have become a desensitizing force to the grim reality of demonic intrusion, one has to focus on the primary reason we fear monsters and that is the old “Good vs. Evil argument.” Throughout history, evil has to be dressed up and made sexy in order for people to be tempted into participating in it.

Evil has often been posited in literature and even in the bible as an overdetermined force. Evil from time infinitum has been used as a mile marker to monitor the growth of the spiritual human. Each time we have faced it and conquered it we become steps closer to what can be called divinity.

The vampire has been called the true fallen angel, an offspring of the Nephilm and human women.

The vampire as a metaphor is the creature of the night that takes shortcuts in order to obtain immortality. The vampire’s life has within in it a dark counterfeit spirituality that is offered by a lesser being that no more cares for its existence than it does its own ability to permeate the world with wickedness.

The apparent “symbolism” in the various vampire narratives has come to be seen as reflective of an “archetypal” pattern embedded in the “collective unconscious.”

Man’s fascination with heritage, DNA, and bloodlines are merely echoes from the darker times where vampires explained the tainting of the bloodline.

The Roman Catholic sacramental communion ceremony is a logical transference, which calls attention to the religious origins of the vampire’s depredation of the blood of ordinary people.

We have been taught that through the faithful flows “the blood of Christ,” offered to them during the ceremony of the Eucharist to maintain the spiritual bond between God and His worshipers.

This symbolic bond of blood, this gift of God’s blood-sacrifice, the essence of God ingested by the faithful, holds the promise of eternal life.

Today, the elite also see blood transference as the key to a longer youthful life.

Ambrosia Medical says it will open a clinic there within weeks. The clinic takes the fresh, living blood of teenagers and injects it into the veins of older people. And it will only cost $8000 dollars a shot. Ambrosia Medical can go ahead with its controversial clinical service because blood transfusions have long been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.

Ambrosia claims it has already received more than 100 inquiries in New York about getting the treatment within days of posting a new web page last week.
So they’ve created an online waiting list.

While there is certainly nothing wrong with willing young adults selling their blood to the elite, the underlying theme of this practice has strong roots in the occult. In earlier times men and children were told to guard their blood and to not mingle their seed with the tainted foul of the parasitic evil of the diseased Vampire.

In Bram Stoker’s Dracula we read:

“Guard your blood, for it is your capital – your genetic inheritance – as well as your life.”

Dr. Seward, who is one of the heroes of the book, reports that Renfield, the madman who was Dracula’s servant saw blood as a unique source of renewal.

Furthermore, the account in the book is very telling of the power of the blood as an elixir of life:

“He was lying on his belly on the floor licking up, like a dog, the blood which had fallen from my wounded wrist.” As if hypnotized, Renfield repeats “over and over again: ‘The blood is the life! The blood is the life!’”

The Ambrosia clinic in New York may or may not know that what they are literally practicing is corpse medicine, a form of medicine where blood potions would be used to would be used to promote health and longevity.

Corpse medicine included ingesting blood or Ambrosia and also eating flesh.

It is only in the past few hundred years that the practice of cannibalism among Royals has not been publicized. In Europe, around the time of the American Revolution “corpse medicine” was very popular among the ruling class, Charles II even brewed his own Ambrosia.

One thing we are rarely taught at school is evidenced in literary and historical texts of the time is this: James I refused corpse medicine; Charles II made his own corpse medicine; and Charles I was made into corpse medicine. Along with Charles II, eminent users or prescribers included Francis I, Elizabeth I’s surgeon John Banister, Elizabeth Grey, Countess of Kent, Robert Boyle, Thomas Willis, William III, and Queen Mary.

Scientists are now claiming that transfusions of young blood could reverse the aging process and even cure Alzheimer’s disease.

Throughout history, cultures across the globe have extolled the properties of youthful blood, with children sacrificed and the blood of young warriors drunk by the victors.

It was even rumored that the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il injected himself with blood from healthy young virgins to slow the aging process.

Now scientists have found that young blood actually “recharges” the brain, forms new blood vessels and improves memory and learning. There are also vampire facelifts where red blood cells are taken from platelets and are injected in the skin to make it look more youthful.

In parallel research, scientists at Harvard University also discovered that a “youth protein” which circulates in the blood is responsible for keeping the brain and muscles young and strong.

The protein, known as “GDF11,” is present in the bloodstream in large quantities when we are young but diminishes as we age. So far these procedures are considered high priced and are mainly being used as a way the elite can remain youthful and vibrant.

This stokes the fires of a 6000-year-old conspiracy theory, and that is the so-called war between the 0.5% vampire elites and over 6 billion human cattle that they use for the bloodletting.

It is a compelling argument and in the 21st century, it seems that the vampires no longer hide from the daylight nor do they hide their mission.

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