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Vampires in the News


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Vampires in Mexico folklore possess a notable lure because of their mystic but the truth of the matter is the legends date back to real monsters.
Vampires are shapeshifters, and these are actual demons. But, I must explain…
Vampires in Mexcian folklore are believed to be linked to Tezcatlipoca, the Aztec god. The name actually means “Lord of the Smoking Mirror”…and was regarded as the supreme god of the Mesoamerican pantheon. Considered to be the ‘god of hell’…he took on many shapes and forms as he haunted the woods.
If you do your research you will find that these Mesoamerican gods were considered sky gods. All nations/countries of this world have these same deities with different names but believe me their all the same entities.

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This site has links at the bottom of the page for many, many places all over the world who describe these creatures of the night.
I heard several months ago that Mexico had performed a mass…meaning nationwide exorcism of the whole country…it was a shock but it really wasn’t.
Of course, it’s a Catholic site which publishes the article…most people in Mexico are Roman Catholics…

What happens when an entire country becomes infested with demons?
Vatican City, Jun 16, 2015 / 03:09 am

Father Jose Antonio Fortea, a leading Mexican exorcist warns of an increase in satanic ritual killings.
“The vampire fad is something that’s very close to Satanism,” Father Fortea stated.

Police Chief Pablo Rocha said: “This crime took place during an initiation ceremony led by a satanic sect called Sons of Baphomet 1 during which the victim was supposed to become a vampire.”

A report from the Chihuahua State attorney general says that the four people accused of the murder – three men and a woman, ages 18-25 – “profess Satanism” and performed “inside the Ciber Café an initiation rite in which they decided to have as their victim their friend Edwin Miguel Juárez Palma.”
Santa Muerte
The name means “Holy Death” – and it harks back to the days when to be sacrificed to the Aztec gods was considered the greatest honor.
Sons of Baphomet

SONS OF BAPHOMET’ KILL PAL IN VAMPIRE CEREMONY

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Vampires are not creatures of fiction. In fact, they are very real. But, not what you’d expect them to be.
Sure, the stories stretch far ans wide…all over the world. Now, doesn’t that strike you as strange if it was just a fictional character?

Stories of people who travel to Mexico only to come up missing are very true. In fact, a person I work with is from Mexico and he said that this is so true that if you’re not from Mexico, don’t go there.
Crazy, right?
Some people decide to wander off on their own instead of sticking with other vacationers, and it gets them into trouble.
Genetic tests confirm missing American Harry Devert in Mexico

But, is this just some person who just wondered off? Some say he may have been involved with drugs and this got him killed, while others suggest more sinister grounds.

Vampires taking advantage of drug cartels in Mexico

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According to folklore and urban legends, there have been vampires lurking around and stalking Mexican highways for centuries. And more recently, the drug cartel takes the brunt of the blame. Separating the truth from legend takes a more investigative approach.
In this city, over three hundred people had been killed over a ten year period and that’s not just rumor.
Female homicides in Ciudad Juarez
This next article is by Luis Chaparro from 6/14. He describes how a group of his friends came up missing. Now, I’m not saying this was a vampire…but the statistics reveal that more than 1,500 murders were reported in 2008. That’s crazy. And he goes on to give other stats.
Mexican Vampires
Vampires are No Myth in Mexico-this is a site which showcases Vampire friendly bars and clubs. There are the crazies who believe their vampires…and actually drink blood and become addicted. But, if it were just a craze then why doesn’t it go away?

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Do you think these people just want attention? Sure. But there’s something more sinister behind these actions. Demons love to place suggestive thoughts into your head, and trends like these are proof!
Mexico’s “Vampire Woman”

So why would Quentin Tarantino bring out a vampire movie…based around Mexico? Sure the solemn testimony of the world of fact and fiction can take on a blurry effect…and this leaves people asking questions. Is this just myth or legend? Is this truth or fiction?
Evidently, you don’t need to go to Mexico to find out there are things out there that would do you harm, but we need to fear the hungry animals that are always waiting and watching, looking for the opportunity to make you their lone meal in a remote land.

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Baphomet is a vampire…drinking blood. Fact: Demons/Fallen Angels. These are shapeshifters!

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THE INVISIBLE BASILICA
The “Invisible” Catholic Church?
Ever heard of it? Well, evidently Aleister Crowley was interested in it at one time. Actually called, The Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica or Gnostic Catholic Church, was formed in 1907 by Jean Bricaud, Louis-Sophrone Fugairon, and Gerard Encausse in France. Later is joined the O.T.O. And in 1913, Crowley wrote The Gnostic Mass (Liver XV).
It’s no surprise that Jean Bricaud represented the UNIVERSAL MASONIC WORLD FEDERATION as he was treasurer. By 1919, he was Grand Master of the Rite of St. Martin, that ancient Rite was also attached to the Supreme Lodge.

FINAL THOUGHTS

This subject is one which has been kept secret for thousands of years. GOD is making all that’s dark come into the light! GOD tells us in The Bible that the ‘spirit is in the blood’ and this is why Abel’s blood called out to GOD!

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