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Vampyrų kilmė....
Ar aš tikiu vampyrais?
1.Vampyrai yra[ 10 ][52.63%]
2.Vampyrų nėra nebuvo ir nebus[ 2 ][10.53%]
3.Tai realiai neegzistuojantis literatūrios/kino personažas[ 4 ][21.05%]
4.Mano vienas draugas yra vampyras[ 1 ][5.26%]
5.Aš pats esu vampyras[ 2 ][10.53%]
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SerpentData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 0:03 AM | Message # 31
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jei vampyras - pagal stereotipa jis turi buti butent toks.
kur sakei kad jie tokiais nera? biggrin


Quod superius est sicut quod inferius, et quod inferius est sicut quod est superius, ad perpetranda miracula rei unius.
 
NightlifeData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 0:07 AM | Message # 32
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Na aš filmų apie vampyrus nežiūriu,man pakanka realybės,ir galiu pasakyti tiek,kad jie nėra jau tokie "sexualūs",kaip tamstai atrodo..Bet tiek jau to. smile

"Mes priimame tamsą viduje ir apimame šią tamsybę,idant taptume pilnais.Mes švenčiame ant slenksčio:kūną ir dvasią,malonumą ir skausmą,mirtį ir gyvenimą..."(VK.)
 
SerpentData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 0:10 AM | Message # 33
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man pakanka realybės

placiau placiau. kur juos matei, tyrinejai, bendravai? m?


Quod superius est sicut quod inferius, et quod inferius est sicut quod est superius, ad perpetranda miracula rei unius.
 
NightlifeData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 0:17 AM | Message # 34
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Na aš kadangi duomiuosi tuo beveik jau 2metus,tai teko susidurti su tokiais žmonėmis..Bet labai jau ten bendrauti man taip ir nesigavo,gal todėl,kad ne visi "draugiški" smile

"Mes priimame tamsą viduje ir apimame šią tamsybę,idant taptume pilnais.Mes švenčiame ant slenksčio:kūną ir dvasią,malonumą ir skausmą,mirtį ir gyvenimą..."(VK.)
 
SerpentData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 0:17 AM | Message # 35
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papildymas apie vampyrus cool
Africa
Various regions of Africa have folkloric tales of beings with vampiric abilities: in West Africa the Ashanti people tell of the iron-toothed and tree-dwelling asanbosam,[69] and the Ewe people of the adze, which can take the form of a firefly and hunts children.[70] The eastern Cape region has the impundulu, which can take the form of a large taloned bird and can summon thunder and lightning, and the Betsileo people of Madagascar tell of the ramanga, an outlaw or living vampire who drinks the blood and eats the nail clippings of nobles.[71]

The Americas
The Loogaroo is an example of how a vampire belief can result from a combination of beliefs, here a mixture of French and African Vodu or voodoo. The term Loogaroo possibly comes from the French loup-garou (meaning 'werewolf') and is common in the culture of Mauritius. However, the stories of the Loogaroo are widespread through the Caribbean Islands and Louisiana in the United States.[72] Similar female monsters are the Soucouyant of Trinidad, and the Tunda and Patasola of Colombian folklore, while the Mapuche of southern Chile have the bloodsucking snake known as the Peuchen.[73] Aloe vera hung backwards behind or near a door was thought to ward off vampiric beings in South American superstition.[30] Aztec mythology described tales of the Cihuateteo, skeletal-faced spirits of those who died in childbirth who stole children and entered into sexual liaisons with the living, driving them mad.[24]

During the late 18th and 19th centuries the belief in vampires was widespread in parts of New England, particularly in Rhode Island and Eastern Connecticut. There are many documented cases of families disinterring loved ones and removing their hearts in the belief that the deceased was a vampire who was responsible for sickness and death in the family, although the term "vampire" was never actually used to describe the deceased. The deadly disease tuberculosis, or "consumption" as it was known at the time, was believed to be caused by nightly visitations on the part of a dead family member who had died of consumption themselves.[74] The most famous, and most recently recorded, case of suspected vampirism is that of nineteen-year-old Mercy Brown, who died in Exeter, Rhode Island in 1892. Her father, assisted by the family physician, removed her from her tomb two months after her death and her heart was cut out and burnt to ashes.[75]

Asia
Rooted in older folklore, the modern belief in vampires spread throughout Asia with tales of ghoulish entities from the mainland, to vampiric beings from the islands of Southeast Asia. India also developed other vampiric legends. The Bhūta or Prét is the soul of a man who died an untimely death. It wanders around animating dead bodies at night, attacking the living much like a ghoul.[76] In northern India, there is the BrahmarākŞhasa, a vampire-like creature with a head encircled by intestines and a skull from which it drank blood. Although vampires have appeared in Japanese Cinema since the late 1950s, the folklore behind it was western in origin.[77] However, the Nukekubi is a being whose head and neck detach from its body to fly about seeking human prey at night.[78]

Legends of female vampire-like beings who can detach parts of their upper body also occur in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. There are two main vampire-like creatures in the Philippines: the Tagalog mandurugo ("blood-sucker") and the Visayan manananggal ("self-segmenter"). The mandurugo is a variety of the aswang that takes the form of an attractive girl by day, and develops wings and a long, hollow, thread-like tongue by night. The tongue is used to suck up blood from a sleeping victim. The manananggal is described as being an older, beautiful woman capable of severing its upper torso in order to fly into the night with huge bat-like wings and prey on unsuspecting, sleeping pregnant women in their homes. They use an elongated proboscis-like tongue to suck fetuses off these pregnant women. They also prefer to eat entrails (specifically the heart and the liver) and the phlegm of sick people.[79]

The Malaysian Penanggalan may be either a beautiful old or young woman who obtained her beauty through the active use of black magic or other unnatural means, and is most commonly described in local folklores to be dark or demonic in nature. She is able to detach her fanged head which flies around in the night looking for blood, typically from pregnant women.[80] Malaysians would hang jeruju (thistles) around the doors and windows of houses, hoping the Penanggalan would not enter for fear of catching its intestines on the thorns.[81] The Leyak is a similar being from Balinese folklore.[82] A Kuntilanak or Matianak in Indonesia,[83] or Pontianak or Langsuir in Malaysia,[84] is a woman who died during childbirth and became undead, seeking revenge and terrorizing villages. She appeared as an attractive woman with long black hair that covered a hole in the back of her neck, which she sucked the blood of children with. Filling the hole with her hair would drive her off. Corpses had their mouths filled with glass beads, eggs under each armpit, and needles in their palms to prevent them from becoming langsuir.[85]

Jiang Shi (traditional Chinese: 僵屍 or 殭屍; simplified Chinese: 僵尸; pinyin: jiāngshī; literally "stiff corpse"), sometimes called "Chinese vampires" by Westerners, are reanimated corpses that hop around, killing living creatures to absorb life essence (qì) from their victims. They are said to be created when a person's soul (魄 pò) fails to leave the deceased's body.[86] One unusual feature of this vampire is its greenish-white furry skin, perhaps derived from fungus or mould growing on corpses.[87]


Quod superius est sicut quod inferius, et quod inferius est sicut quod est superius, ad perpetranda miracula rei unius.
 
NightlifeData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 0:19 AM | Message # 36
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Gal galima būtų sužinoti šaltini ?
Gal ir visai įdomu pasiskaityti būtų.Ačiū smile


"Mes priimame tamsą viduje ir apimame šią tamsybę,idant taptume pilnais.Mes švenčiame ant slenksčio:kūną ir dvasią,malonumą ir skausmą,mirtį ir gyvenimą..."(VK.)
 
SerpentData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 0:20 AM | Message # 37
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Na aš kadangi duomiuosi tuo beveik jau 2metus,tai teko susidurti su tokiais žmonėmis..Bet labai jau ten bendrauti man taip ir nesigavo,gal todėl,kad ne visi "draugiški" smile

as savo laiku domejausi ~3metus biggrin
ir teko man susidurt su tokiais zmonemis, tik vieni tai dare for fun, kiti buvo realus shizikai biggrin
o ne visi "draugiski", nes ligoniai, asocialus asmenys biggrin
ir teko susidurti su ivairaus amziaus zmonemis... kol galu galiausiai isdrisau atsimerkti ir suprasti, jog ne viskas taip grazu ir mistiska cool

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saltinis paskutinio straipsnio http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampire biggrin


Quod superius est sicut quod inferius, et quod inferius est sicut quod est superius, ad perpetranda miracula rei unius.
 
NightlifeData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 0:34 AM | Message # 38
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Na,anyway,kai kurie,kuriuos aš žinojau,nebuvo darantys "for fun"..Nežinau,kas ten tave mulkino tuos 3metus..Nors aš pakolkas nenusivyliau "rezultatais" biggrin
Malonu buvo padiskutuoti.Tačiau nenorėčiau apsiriboti ties viena tema šitam forume,kažkaip nepatogu nei prieš save,nei prieš kitus happy
Jei norėsi apie tai pratęsti diskusiją,tai verčiau brūkštelk man į pm,nes gaunasi,kad jau linkstam ties "fluudu",atrodo... wacko smile


"Mes priimame tamsą viduje ir apimame šią tamsybę,idant taptume pilnais.Mes švenčiame ant slenksčio:kūną ir dvasią,malonumą ir skausmą,mirtį ir gyvenimą..."(VK.)
 
SerpentData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 0:42 AM | Message # 39
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niekas manes nemulkino, tik as pats save cool
isaugsi ir tu.
rezultatai yra zaidimas, kol jais nori tiketi ir tau patogu cool


Quod superius est sicut quod inferius, et quod inferius est sicut quod est superius, ad perpetranda miracula rei unius.
 
NightlifeData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 2:28 AM | Message # 40
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gerai nemulkino,tebunie.. wink

"Mes priimame tamsą viduje ir apimame šią tamsybę,idant taptume pilnais.Mes švenčiame ant slenksčio:kūną ir dvasią,malonumą ir skausmą,mirtį ir gyvenimą..."(VK.)
 
SerpentData: trečiadienis, 2008-11-19, 12:42 PM | Message # 41
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ehehehehehehe biggrin

Quod superius est sicut quod inferius, et quod inferius est sicut quod est superius, ad perpetranda miracula rei unius.
 
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