• in movies and books :)
  • I would say Vampires are more logically correct, in the sense of drinking blood. In human blood are all the nutrients a human needs, therefor if a human body drinks human blood, it will have everything it needs and can survive on only that, however, it will need a great lot of blood. Witches and Warlocks are bed time stories. Unless I see some one do it, I do not believe in magic.
    • Army Veteran
      If a human body drinks human blood it will contract every disease the "donor" has.
    • Linda Joy
      Wouldn't it also get the antibodies?
    • Army Veteran
      Doubtful. Mixing different blood types is dangerous.
  • Books,films and nightmares......
  • buffy the vampire slayer! or as we say in our house muffy the bumfire lol
  • Works of fiction or your own imagination. In fact, it's the only place you'll find them. +5
  • look in the fiction section...+5.
  • At the movies.
  • among people in large office buildings working the night shift.
  • What's a warlock?
  • Wherever you wouldn't expect them. That's how they get us to disbelieve that they exist, kinda like Mythos from Highlander lol. Also if you come over you're bound to meet a witch ha ha. >_>
  • In the caves along the central coast of California.
  • Arent they found in the Worlds Political Arena? ah hell why dont we just call them by there current title that is often so deserving, Lawyers.
  • In your imagination, the movies, books,
  • In fiction of books, Tv and movies.
  • not sure
  • I[ will pick witches. At a coven. A meeting place for witches or as the religion calls them Wiccans . The faith is Wicca. Wiccans believe in nature. Their motto is "Harm noone" and "Blessed be"
  • In works of fiction.
  • The government.
  • books, tv and movies
  • Well, magic is the use of words, sacred geometry, sigils, hand symbols, and music, to direct energy, hence once you understand what magic is, then the answer would be, "anywhere," but especially on that black box in your living-room which programs your thinking. By the way the etymology of the word grammar, is grimoire. See the Lucis Trust website, which is funded by the UN, there they are introducing the New world religion, and are getting people do take part in mass invocations during full moons, sounds like witchcraft to me, and the head of this new religion LUCIFER and the solar angels. For the new aeon, Lucifer is now deemed as the saviour of mankind, they now call Jehovah the demiurge or archon. Quote "The Lucis Trust is dedicated to the establishment of a new and better way of life for everyone in the world based on the fulfilment of the divine plan for humanity," Quote THE GREAT INVOCATION The Great Invocation is a world prayer, translated into over 70 languages, and used by Triangles workers each day, helping release the universal spiritual energies needed to lift the quality of human relationships. Quote:The mystery of the descent or "fall" to Earth of the rebellious angels—the solar angels or agnishvattas—is said to be the mystery hinted at in the Scriptures, and "the secret of the ages" (Esoteric Psychology II, p. 93). Thus it is not surprising that there is so much confusion and misunderstanding concerning the "fallen angels" of which Lucifer is the best known representative. By the way Madam Blavatsky who is the influence for this claimed to write under the guidance of spirit possession. The secret of the "fallen angels" is essentially the mystery which lies behind the very Plan of evolution, for the solar angels' willingness to "fall", to sacrifice themselves in order to bring the light of the principle of mind to what was then animal man, marked the coming into action of the great Law of Duality by which matter, form—negative and passive—could be quickened by spirit. This act of sacrifice at the dawn of human history is a thread woven throughout the great scriptures and mythologies of the world, including the myth of Prometheus who stole fire (mind) for man, and the biblical story of the Prodigal Son, who left the Father’s home to embark upon the path of experience in the life of form and the senses—the journey to "the far country". The role of the solar angels and their sacrifice on behalf of humanity is discussed at length in The Secret Doctrine by H.P. Blavatsky. In fact, in 1887 the magazine of the Theosophical Society took "Lucifer" as its name in an effort to bring clarity to what it regarded as an unfairly maligned sacrificing angel.

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