Konstantinos is the name of a practicing occultist and neopagan (born ), and the author of Konstantinos. Vampires: The Occult Truth. St. Paul. For the first time ever, here is convincing evidence that vampires really exist. Read first-hand accounts of encounters with vampires and vampirism of all. Werewolves The Occult Truth. There are such things as werewolves How does one become—or kill—a werewolf? Where do our modern shapeshifting stories.

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The rest of this long review is at Msg2TheMing: However I did enjoy reading about what the vampire is considered to be across the world as well as read the tales of what others have seen or heard. Preview — Vampires by Konstantinos. This is not a book of fantasy and imagination, but of science, history, and spirituality.

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Well written, packed with information and personal experiences, and perfect for those who are just starting to explore the subject of real life vampires Then seal it by visualizing the symbol on above you and the floor. Only light may enter this purified area” Breaking the ties means that you explore your aura and see where it;s tendril have attached themselves to you. Accuse me of being obsessed with darkness.

Next you see a globe of glowing light. Add both to Cart Add both to List. Besides learning about the psychic vampire that unintentionally drains you of your energy as well as the intentional psychic vampire, you’ll learn rituals for protection and methods to avoid falling into their clutches. From the Publisher View larger. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Vampires also gives you explicit instructions on how to protect yourself from vampiric attacks.


In each case presented in the chapters that follow, all the evidence which takes many different forms is presented fully to show how certain conclusions were drawn. I think most of the reason why has to do with Konstantinos’ rather bland, dry style of writing He reveals the history of vampires throughout the world. Lilith who is a demon is not a vampire but at first was a nuisance to the Gods.

This book was one of them, I didn’t remember any of it regardless of reading it in the past so I figured I would. The author has filled his text with stories and ancedotes and he has communicated with mortal blood drinker. Jul 28, Jane rated it liked it. Apr 17, Medusa rated it it was amazing. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The second type of vampire is a mortal blood drinker. You should do the konsantinos.

I’m not a fan of the author’s writing style, a little too conversational, but that’s just my own personal tastes.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The next two types of vampires are psychic vampires. Happily, this book has been written in a way which acknowledges this current cul Not a bad read. Take deep breaths andd picture your index finger becoming like a light saber cutting away the tendrils breaking vampides connection with the psychic vampires. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

Vampires: The Occult Truth

It talks about a real disease, where people feel the need to consume blood, and it shows letters from self-proclaimed vampires. A former Physics major, Konstantinos Rowley, born inhas been a paranormal researcher for over fifteen years, is the author of six books published by Llewellyn konstantinoe has a bachelors degree in English and technical writing. My biggest criticism relates to the way in which the author conveys information. In this his second book, Konstantinos explores the folklore surrounding the blood-drinking vampire and, more importantly, exposes the threat of 20th century vampires which feed on psychic energy.


It is konstwntinos back in my “to read” pile of books! Immortal blood drinker are not what they appear as in the vampiress. Not a bad read. What I liked most about vampries author was that while he takes his subject of vampires very seriously, he doesn’t force that on the reader. I found this amalgam of stories from the past with Konstantinos’ experiences in the present appealing to both the folklorist and the occultist sides of my curiosity.

Overall, a decent book but not exactly what I thought it would be. You will be enveloped in thee light. What I liked most konstantios the author was that while he tak I went into this book thinking it was going to be another campy vampire book that while it had genuine vampire tidbits in it, was told like the rest of the books of its ilk.

The Occult Truth Konstantinos Snippet view – Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The subject of our study is a covert one, and we therefore have to look for covert clues. There are, however, several distinctions between the vampires described in those texts and the beings portrayed in popular fiction and movies.

Konstantions 03, Metagion rated it liked it. However, I do not have any recollection of how it was. Jan 24, Christine rated it did not like it Shelves: