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Book of the Witch Moon: Chaos, Vampiric & Luciferian Sorcery - Michael W. Ford

Book of the Witch Moon: Chaos, Vampiric & Luciferian Sorcery – Michael W. Ford

Presenting the forbidden works of Chaos, Vampiric and Luciferian Sorcery. A grimoire which explores the dark feminine current of HECATE, Witch Moon explores ritual and dream Lycanthropy, Chaos Sorcery and Luciferian Ritual practice as well as the darksome practice of Vampirism and Predatory Spirituality. The Nine Angles and the Trapezoid workings, inspired by Anton LaVey and presented around the cult of Daeva-Yasna, the persian demon-sorcery of Yatuk Dinoih. Contains the Rituals of Dream, ritual and ...
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Countess Dracula : Life and Times of Elisabeth Bathory, the Blood Countess - Tony Thorne

Countess Dracula : Life and Times of Elisabeth Bathory, the Blood Countess – Tony Thorne

This is the story of Elisabeth Bathory, a 17th-century Transylvanian countess. She was tried as a vampire and became an inspiration for depraved murderers up to the present day.;Based on research conducted at archives in Eastern Europe, this account includes both the recorded truth and the legend that has grown up around her. Tony Thorne is the author of the "Bloomsbury Dictionary of Slang". Read Online : This content is shown only to authorized members ...
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Dracula : An International Perspective - Marius-Mircea Crișan

Dracula : An International Perspective – Marius-Mircea Crișan

This volume analyses the role of Bram Stoker’s Dracula and its sequels in the evolution of the Gothic. As well as the transformation of the Gothic location―from castles, cemeteries and churches to the modern urban gothic―this volume explores the evolution of the undead considering a range of media from the 19th century protagonist to sympathetic contemporary vampires of teen Gothic. Based on an interdisciplinary approach (literature, tourism, and film), the book argues that the development ...
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Dracula and the Eastern Question : British and French Vampire Narratives of the Nineteenth-Century Near East - Matthew Gibson

Dracula and the Eastern Question : British and French Vampire Narratives of the Nineteenth-Century Near East – Matthew Gibson

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Dracula, Prince of Many Faces His Life and His Times - Florescu Radu R, McNally Raymond T.

Dracula, Prince of Many Faces His Life and His Times – Florescu Radu R, McNally Raymond T.

Dracula, Prince of Many Faces reveals the extraordinary life and times of the infamous Vlad Dracula of Romania (1431 - 1476), nicknamed the Impaler. Dreaded by his enemies, emulated by later rulers like Ivan the Terrible, honoured by his countrymen even today, Vlad Dracula was surely one of the most intriguing figures to have stalked the corridors of European and Asian capitals in the fifteenth century. Read Online : This content is shown only to ...
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Dracula's Guest- A Connoisseurs Collection of Victorian Vampire Stories - Sims Michael

Dracula’s Guest- A Connoisseurs Collection of Victorian Vampire Stories – Michael Sims

Before Twilight and True Blood, even before Buffy and Anne Rice and Bela Lugosi, vampires haunted the nineteenth century, when brilliant writers everywhere indulged their bloodthirsty imaginations, culminating in Bram Stoker's legendary 1897 novel, Dracula. Michael Sims brings together the very best vampire stories of the Victorian era-from England, America, France, Germany, Transylvania, and even Japan-into a unique collection that highlights their cultural variety. Beginning with the supposedly true accounts that captivated Byron and Shelley, ...
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From Demons to Dracula: The Creation of the Modern Vampire Myth - Matthew Beresford

From Demons to Dracula: The Creation of the Modern Vampire Myth – Matthew Beresford

In blood-soaked lore handed down the centuries, the vampire is a monster of endless fascination: from Bram Stoker’s Dracula to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, this seductive lover of blood haunts popular culture and inhabits our darkest imaginings. The cultural history of the vampire is a rich and varied tale that is now ably documented in From Demons to Dracula, a compelling study of the vampire myth that reveals why this creature of the undead fascinates ...
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In Search of Dracula: The History of Dracula and Vampires - Radu Florescu, Raymond T. McNally

In Search of Dracula: The History of Dracula and Vampires – Radu Florescu, Raymond T. McNally

The true story behind the legend of Dracula - a biography of Prince Vlad of Transylvania, better known as Vlad the Impaler. This revised edition now includes entries from Bram Stoker's recently discovered diaries, the amazing tale of Nicolae Ceausescu's attempt to make Vlad a national hero, and an examination of recent adaptations in fiction, stage and screen. Read Online : This content is shown only to authorized members. It is hidden from everyone else ...
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Infamous Lady : The True Story of Countess Erzsébet Báthory -  Kimberly L. Craft

Infamous Lady : The True Story of Countess Erzsébet Báthory – Kimberly L. Craft

This biography explores the life of the 16th-century "Blood Countess" of Hungary, Erzsébet Báthory. Reputed to be both a vampire and the world's worst female serial killer, she allegedly bathed in the blood of her 650 victims. Based on newly-found source material, translated into English for the first time, this book explores the actual life and trial of Countess Báthory, through letters, documents, and trial transcripts. Read Online : This content is shown only to ...
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Slayers and Their Vampires : A Cultural History of Killing the Dead - Bruce McClelland

Slayers and Their Vampires : A Cultural History of Killing the Dead – Bruce McClelland

The first book to explore the origins of the vampire slayer “A fascinating comparison of the original vampire myths to their later literary transformations.” ―Adam Morton, author of On Evil “From the Balkan Mountains to Beverly Hills, Bruce has mapped the vampire’s migration. There’s no better guide for the trek.” ―Jan L. Perkowski, Professor, Slavic Department, University of Virginia, and author of Vampires of the Slavs and The Darkling: A Treatise on Slavic Vampirism “The ...
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The Vampire : A Casebook - Alan Dundes

The Vampire : A Casebook – Alan Dundes

Vampires are the most fearsome and fascinating of all creatures of folklore. For the first time, detailed accounts of the vampire and how its tradition developed in different cultures are gathered in one volume by eminent folklorist Alan Dundes. Eleven leading scholars from the fields of Slavic studies, history, anthropology, and psychiatry unearth the true nature of the vampire from its birth in graveyard lore to the modern-day psychiatric patient with a penchant for drinking ...
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The Vampire Gate; the Vampyre Magician - Michael W. Ford

The Vampire Gate; the Vampyre Magician – Michael W. Ford

Vampirism has for long been a fascination and desire sought by many. No doubt you have considered what it would be like to fly in the night, drain another of energy and live like a God or Goddess. If applied, this grimoire may help you. I strongly advise that you be of sound mind and to have begun a basic study or practice as defined in BOOK OF THE WITCH MOON, LUCIFERIAN WITCHCRAFT and LIBER ...
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The Vampire His Kith and Kin - Montague Summers

The Vampire His Kith and Kin – Montague Summers

"The Vampire - His Kith and Kin" is a 1928 work by English clergyman and author Montague Summers. Within it, Summers discusses the vampire phenomena from a Catholic point of view, offering an a veritably academic study of the subject. Contents include: "The Origins of the Vampire", "The Generation of the Vampire", "The Traits and Practice of Vampirism", "The Vampire in Assyria, the East, and Some Ancient Countries", and "The Vampire in Literature". Augustus Montague ...
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Vampire God : The Allure of the Undead in Western Culture – Mary Hallab

Vampire God : The Allure of the Undead in Western Culture – Mary Hallab

Examines the enormous popular appeal of vampires from early Greek and Slavic folklore to present-day popular culture. It seems we’re awash in vampires these days, in everything from movies, television shows, and novels to role-playing games, rock bands, and breakfast cereals. But what accounts for their enduring popular appeal? In Vampire God, Mary Y. Hallab examines the mythic figure of the vampire from its origins in early Greek and Slavic folklore, its transformation by Romantics ...
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Vampires : The Myths, Legends, and Lore - Aubrey Sherman

Vampires : The Myths, Legends, and Lore – Aubrey Sherman

A thrilling treasury of vampire lore! Since the seventeenth century, people have been frightened, mesmerized, and fascinated by the terrifying tales of vampires. In this book, you'll uncover the history and mystery behind these bloodthirsty monsters with folklore, mythology, and poetry from every tradition in the world. From the Bosnian Lampir, whose disease-ridden corpse spread infection and death throughout villages, to Bram Stoker's charming Dracula, who helped define modern-day vampires, the wicked stories surrounding these ...
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Vampires and Madness - Valerie Pedlar

Vampires and Madness – Valerie Pedlar

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Vampires of the Slavs - Jan L. Perkowski

Vampires of the Slavs – Jan L. Perkowski

What a stunning book this is. Jan Perkowski has selected from various primary and secondary sources, narrowing the field to precisely those areas in which the original Slavic vampire was "born" in men's minds, and shows the wealth of material available to those who seriously wish to research this dark area of human imagination. The minds of men are always fertile ground for later speculation. Why, we think, did they think of such things? What ...
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Vampires, Burial, and Death Folklore and Reality - Paul Barber

Vampires, Burial, and Death Folklore and Reality – Paul Barber

In this engrossing book, Paul Barber surveys centuries of folklore about vampires and offers the first scientific explanation for the origins of the vampire legends. From the tale of a sixteenth-century shoemaker from Breslau whose ghost terrorized everyone in the city, to the testimony of a doctor who presided over the exhumation and dissection of a graveyard full of Serbian vampires, his book is fascinating reading. “This study’s comprehensiveness and the author’s bone-dry wit make ...
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Vampyre Magick: The Grimoire of the Living Vampire -  Father Sebastiaan

Vampyre Magick: The Grimoire of the Living Vampire – Father Sebastiaan

Since the dawn of civilization, the vampire has danced through the dreams and nightmares of every culture, expressed in folklore, literature, and art. Today, this fascination resonates in pop-culture through hit television shows, movies, and bestselling books. In Vampyre Magick, Father Sebastiaan reveals the hidden rituals and spells of the Living Vampires. This companion volume to Sebastiaan's Vampyre Sanguinomicon, is intended for initiates of the Stigoii Vii, but will appeal to any scholar of magickal ...
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Vampyre Sanguinomicon: The Lexicon of the Living Vampire –  Father Sebastiaan

Vampyre Sanguinomicon: The Lexicon of the Living Vampire – Father Sebastiaan

Vampyre Sanguinomicon: The Lexicon of the Living Vampire is a occult book by Father Sebastiaan that explores the vampire subculture. The book was published in 2010 by Weiser and contains a foreword written by the occult writer Konstantinos. The book discussed the traditions, movement, and philosophies of the vampire lifestyle and subculture. The book also empathizes "five principles" that all vampires (Strigoi Vii) should follow: Law. Strigoi Vii are not criminals. Responsibility. Strigoi Vii are ...
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Vlad the Impaler: A Captivating Guide to How Vlad III Dracula Became One of the Most Crucial Rulers of Wallachia and His Impact on the History of Romania

Vlad the Impaler: A Captivating Guide to How Vlad III Dracula Became One of the Most Crucial Rulers of Wallachia and His Impact on the History of Romania

If you want to discover the captivating history of Vlad the Impaler, then keep reading... The Balkans were the home of both the vampiric stories and a monarch, whose name became synonymous with drinking blood and avoiding sunlight. That monarch was Vlad, the third ruler of Wallachia to hold that name, the second ruler to be associated with the Order of the Dragon, and the first ruler to be associated with a gruesome act, that ...
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