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Dracula devised a plan to rid society of the burden of all the country's beggars, sick, old, lame and poor. He invited them all to a feast. Little did they know that it would become a house of horror for them. He fed them well and got them drunk and then made his personal appearance and asked them, "Do you want to be without cares, lacking nothing in this world?" Naturally they all said yes! Dracula then ordered the palace boarded up and set on fire. No one escaped. Dracula was a madman. I do not want my child associated in any way with such a degenerate reprobate, do you?

Tragically, there are an increasing number of teens and young adults into the Gothic movement and its offshoot Vampirism. And I must tell you they really drink blood! I counseled a young man for quite some time that got involved in this. He had been a Bible College student, but was expelled after he was caught drinking his own blood. Another young man told me of how he and his girlfriend were into Vampirism. Part of their ritual included sex and then cutting his arm and drinking the blood. He said "the blood lust soon overpowered the desire for sex. It is a demonic craving and desire. It grows and feeds." He went on to say, "Id see people in certain situations and wonder what it would be like to taste their blood, the saltiness of their blood."

Pastor David L. Brown, Ph.D., Logos Resource Pages 89 Comments [7/22/2009 11:57:03 AM]
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Funny, that Vlad Dracul fought for the Christians in the wars against the Turks, then.

7/22/2009 12:11:43 PM

Nathan the Wise

I never knew Dracula was a Republican!

And what do you mean, Gothic? Sack Rome a lot, do they?

7/22/2009 12:13:44 PM


PROTIP: Dracula is a fictional character (based on Vlad the Impaler) created by Bram Stoker. Goths merely congregate at the North Yorkshire coastal town of Whitby, where much of his novel was set, twice a year. They certainly don't participate in such activities ad blood-drinking (except for a few fetishists).

But then, you think the Bible is real too. Oh, and Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" is an actual account on biomechanical research.

7/22/2009 12:19:15 PM


Actually, Vlad is a folk hero in his homeland. As they tell the story it was bandits, murderers, and other such undesireables that were burned to death.

7/22/2009 12:20:03 PM

El Zorro

"No one escaped. Dracula was a madman."

Fortunately, Simon Belmont killed him.

7/22/2009 12:22:32 PM

Nathan Poe

Well, if nothign else, we've learded that Bible College leads to vampirism.

7/22/2009 12:36:09 PM


Leave lord Drakul alone! He died for your faith, pierced by Turkish spear. Show some fucking respect!

7/22/2009 12:36:24 PM


Goth =/= Vampire. Goth does not automatically lead to an obsession with vampirism.

Vampire =/= blood drinking. There are a fair number of "vampires" who are more into the emotional aspect of it.

As for Dracula, I recommend you learn the difference between fiction and reality. I understand this recommendation will fall on deaf ears (do fundies have functioning ears?), but I am still compelled to render the advice.

7/22/2009 12:44:23 PM


Why do they have such a hard time with fiction - especially historical fiction? (Of which, some could argue the bible actually is.)

Vlad - very scary guy, but pretty much had to be given his geographical and historical position. He certainly earned his reputation and had a garden full of staked heads, but he was only one inspiration for the characters we know as vampires... royal inbreeding could arguably be more of an inspiration. He's a scary, but also respected folk hero to whom someone stole his name. I'd say "poor guy," but to be honest his "procedures," while effective, were gruesome - he might like the newer rep he has.

(Didn't they just slaughter the bandits? I don't think he burnt down anything as he was so famous for his... um... stake gardens.)

7/22/2009 12:56:22 PM


I am amused by this greatly.

7/22/2009 12:56:46 PM



7/22/2009 1:00:37 PM


I lol'd. :)

7/22/2009 1:01:13 PM


I can see how that's a problem. NOTHING should overpower the desire for sex :p

7/22/2009 1:04:16 PM

Swedish Pagan

I thought that blood was sort of an emetic. But maybe these people like vomiting.

When I started reading this post I immediately thought of Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal. Don't know why, but there it is.

7/22/2009 1:12:51 PM


If you really want to see the effects of fundamentalist religion on people you should watch Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula.

Oh yeah, you're a tard too.

7/22/2009 1:18:18 PM



7/22/2009 1:24:51 PM


And Old Vlad was a fucking CHRISTIAN.

Anyhow, i see nothing wrong with that thing about blood. I have had worse fantasies.

Also: blood is fucking sexy, can't deny it.

7/22/2009 1:29:06 PM


Drinking blood = bad.

Drinking magically transformed god-blood = good.

7/22/2009 1:44:14 PM

"[...] the saltiness of their blood."

Know what else is salty? Semen.

7/22/2009 1:49:39 PM


I guess everyone who reads this site knows by now that every time I read this stuff, I just want to make a crappy movie...
Ed Wood, eat your heart out!

7/22/2009 2:04:12 PM

Pule Thamex

We know you got two books on your fiction shelf, Dracula and The Bible, both of them horror stories. Any other genres represented?

7/22/2009 2:10:03 PM


There's a similar story falsely associated with a German Bishop, so can I assume Christianity is evil?

7/22/2009 2:10:25 PM

simply not edible

So what about this whole "body and blood of Christ" thing, then?

7/22/2009 2:17:06 PM

"I tell you the truth, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you." -- Jesus, the first Vampire

7/22/2009 2:35:21 PM


Yes, there are blood fetishists. Most goths make fun of them.

7/22/2009 2:38:04 PM

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