While some energy vampires are overtly predatory like Dracula, others are more or less creatures of opportunity that lay in wait like a deer tick, dormant for a time on a blade of grass until unsuspecting fauna passes close enough to awaken its “bloodlust”; and just like a deer tick you must extricate the whole beast from your being, being especially careful not to break its head off, lest it fester and infect you with its debilitating disease and drain you continually of your precious life force.
It a very good argument that most energy vampires are unaware of the malignancy they spread in others lives, and truly believe all of their yada, yada, yada… even so, there are those predatory masters of the energy sup who know exactly what they’re doing and why.
But lets take a little recess from the heaviness of the energy vampire subject and enjoy the vampires of folklore and myths for a while. Time for to have some fun with this thing and explore vampire archetypes (oh boy!) from ancient vampire folklore to modern literature, cinema and soap operas.
We have been romancing these creatures of the night for a long time now, why is that? We just cant get enough of their stylishly freaky funky stuff, but the vampire is here to stay for a reason, may as well play around with it and maybe figure out what makes them sooo darned fascinating!
Coming soon: From Dracula to the Great Gatsby