Vampires – Myth Or Reality? – Part 1
The Origin of Vampires
Mesopotamia is the “world’s cradle of civilization”, the home of the kings, the home of the world’s earliest city including the Western civilization, and Abraham’s birthplace. Mesopotamia is popular for its writings and codes for its kings. The early vampires’ descendants came from the sacred race of the Ubaid who settled in Mesopotamia. The early vampires were the founder of the Anunnaki religion in 3500 B.C. The Anunnaki religion was popular among the Sumerians, who believed that their Transylvanian ancestors were the Anunnaki Gods.
The word vampire came from Seers-Derkesthai, which means watchers. The watchers were originally from Urartu in Armenia. The vampire word does not represent the group’s geographical location but more on the characteristics of the group such as the spiritual or social identity of the group as perceived by a specific cultural framework. Vampires in the old days were individuals who belonged from a certain family or group who used the practice credited to the mythological vampires to fulfill social obligations and achieve specific goals associated with their position as leaders. The vampires belonged to the race of the Scythians, which are distinct Scythian-Celtic society royal caste. They had pale skin, considered as tall, had green eyes, and wore golden red hair. They lived by practicing agriculture.
The Scythians, known by the older generation as people of the powers, settled in the areas of Transylvania, Balkans, Ukraine, Carpathia, Siberia, and the Takla Makan. The Takla Makan, also known as the Tocharians, spoke a different language. The language was more of a ritual language. The early linguists called the Tocharians as Elves. The Brahmin caste practiced special Tantric rites, where the Tantra and Qabalah came from the philosophy of the Ubaid Druidic group. The true origins of the vampires were Transylvania and Scythia. Their followers were the goddess, queens, and the kings of the Arya as well as the distinct race of the Elves. They practiced the philosophy based on endocrinology that focused on vampirism. They believed that consuming female blood and the mumae would increase their enlightened state making it possible to obtain union with their godhead.
The sidhe word refers to the powers obtained by these individuals during their elevated state, which was closely associated with vampirism. The sidhe or the vampirism was the foundation of the Withcraft, Druidism, Qabalism, Rosicrucianism, and the Tantric Kaula cults. The Scythians spread their leadership and wisdom mostly through invitation to prospective tribes across Europe. The leadership included sharing the religious beliefs and the practice of their social structure.