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Upon First Bite By Tresa Erickson
Ask someone to name characters associated with Halloween, and chances are vampires will come up. Portrayed as the undead in legends around the world, vampires add an element of horror to any Halloween event. The basic mythical image of vampires has evolved very little over time. Vampires may be pale and gaunt or ruddy and bloated, if they have just feasted upon the blood of another. Most are clad in the shroud they were buried in and have long hair, nails and teeth. Some are striking, even with blood dripping from the corners of their mouth. The ways of becoming a vampire vary in folklore from culture to culture. In some, evil spirits embody corpses, in particular those of witches and heretics and those with open, infected wounds. In others, animals jump over corpses, turning them into the undead. In many cultures, all it takes is the bite of a vampire to become one. Methods of preservation and detection also vary. Burying corpses
upside down with scythes and sickles is one way to prevent them from becoming vampires. This does not always work, however, and when cattle, sheep or people begin disappearing, searches may be conducted for vampires in graveyards. Signs of vampires include holes in the earth above graves and stallions balking at graves. To protect themselves in their search for vampires, people might wear garlic or a crucifix around their neck. In some cultures, wild roses and hawthorn plants are also thought to be good deterrents. In the event of being chased by a vampire, moving to holy ground or into running water may help, as vampires abhor these areas. Upon locating a vampire, there are several options for dealing with it. People might sever the vampire's tendons at the knees, stake them through the heart or mouth, decapitate them, burn them, shoot them, drown them or pin them to the ground to prevent them from rising. All of this should take place at dawn, of course, when vampires are inactive, or at the burial of corpses suspected of being vampires. Further measures include plying the grave with boiling water or with poppy seeds, millet, grain or sand, any of which the vampire would take the time to count. (Continued Pg. 10)
The ability to smell or taste something that isnâ€™t really there is called Clairgustance. Itâ€™s those times when you catch a scent of perfume or the smell of something baking that no one else can smell. Along with it comes the memory of a loved one who has passed. When it happens to you, donâ€™t ignore it. Someone on the other side is trying to connect with you. The smell of flowers that your mother grew, your uncles pipe smoke and his special brand of tobacco, the gingerbread cookies that your grandmother was famous for. You catch a whiff of the scent and along with it the memory of the person who has passed. This is their way of communicating with you. Sometimes you will hear people speaking of clairgustance as the ability to taste and clairscent as the ability to smell. Because these two things work so easily together and typically happen at the same time I use the term clairgustance interchangeably. Clairgustance is an extremely helpful gift to a psychic. Here is an example of how it works. You are having a reading done and one of your grandmothers comes through. There is a 50/50 chance that your grandmother has passed so you arenâ€™t convinced. For some reason she isnâ€™t coming forward with any more of a description. Then the psychic is given the smell of her gingerbread cookies and tells you this. Now you have the validation that your grandmother has come through. You remember all of those times you sat in her kitchen while she baked. And thatâ€™s how she wants you to remember her.
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