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Vampires and bahomehs

While looking for my clients’ past lives, I discovered that vampires are nothing more than ordinary people who have adopted the bad habit of drinking human blood, after discovering that it gives power. In doing so, a link is established with a dark being, called bahomeh. The bahomehs are Nephilim (see the article http://www.spiritualinsight.gr/en/koalanis-metaphysical-column/132-the-nephilim for more information) that look like gigantic red-eyed bats with semi-human bodies. They extract human life force for their nourishment. Under the influence of that bahomeh, the person can get addicted to blood drinking up to the point of killing to get it. That is a deal with the bahomeh who later kills that person, steals their soul and makes it reincarnate as another bahomeh. Consequently, the real vampires are the bahomehs. The rest is folklore and superstition - although there are immortal people thanks to constant soul theft. Here are several examples of vampires:
Μiran, 52.
England, Gloustershire, 1265. Miran was the Count's son and lived in the palace. He was an arrogant and hyperactive boy. He often visited the palace library to find forgotten secrets. One day he read in one of the hidden books that drinking animal and even more human blood gave supernatural powers. So he went hunting, killed an animal and drank its blood. He felt stronger and continued with that hobby. When he grew up and got power, he ordered the corpses of the newly executed people (that he himself had condemned to death) to be brought to him, and thus began to drink human blood. He married the woman his parents got him and had two daughters with her. He taught them to drink blood, starting with animal blood. Later on they wanted to try human blood themselves. The villagers had heard rumors about how cruel the king was and about the possibility of him being a vampire. They organized themselves, gathered weapons and attacked the palace, killing them all. After that life, their souls became bahomehs after death, with the right darks have for those who kill and drink the human blood of their victims.
Miran and his daughters were the souls from another life in England, where they had dedicated themselves to grimoire witchcraft. That life prepared them well for taking a step further.
Igor, 14
Slovenia, 1626. Igor´s father was a druid. His mother was uneducated and passive, she only took care of the house without paying any attention to her husband’s matters. The druid taught his son about the occult and how to do witchcraft. He also started drinking animal blood, as he read that it gave power. And he taught his son to do the same. He once got a client who asked him to kill his business partner so as to get the company for himself. The druid accepted. It was a good opportunity to taste human blood. He told him to show up with his partner and he would carry out a ritual. He would give a poisoned potion to the partner while the client would get another one for power and success. The client agreed and told his partner that the druid would help them succeed. They went to him and they both drank their potion. But the druid had deceived his client, because both potions contained poison. Both of them dropped dead and the druid and his son drank their blood, one each, and exchanged victims to test each other's blood. However, their bahomehs had also deceived them, because the poison had gotten into the blood stream of their victims and poisoned the vampires. They died and became bahomehs.
The other life where Igor became a bahomeh:
Germany, 1460. Igor was born into nobility and so had his friends. They often went out to play and do mischief. When they grew up they took an interest in discovering secrets and Igor found a grimoire. They studied it and found out that blood drinking gave power. So they went hunting. They killed some animals and drank their blood. They felt indeed more powerful and repeated it several times. Their businesses were going well, people respected them and they married beautiful high status girls. They gradually became more and more insensitive, under the influence of the entities that had helped them get those material things. The grimoire said that human blood gave ultimate power. They thought a hunting accident would go unnoticed and they decided to go for it. They went hunting and Igor shot an arrow at a hunter who was walking around in the wood. He fell down and Igor’s friends gave him a blow on his head, rendering him unconscious. And they drank his blood. Their power increased so much that soon almost the entire city was theirs. And, as in several other similar cases, the plague came and much of the population died, Igor and his friends being the first ones.
The hunter made an agreement to take revenge and he was born as Igor’s father in Slovenia. And the two customers who were killed in Slovenia were Igor's friends who killed the hunter in Germany.
Nicolas, 42
-France, 1697. He was an ambitious boy who went to the city to look for work, study, have experiences and discover things. There he ran into some men who were into Freemasonry and who helped him. He became a notary, participated in their rituals and read the books they recommended him. Among these were some grimoires. They told him that drinking animal blood gave strength and power and one day he went hunting with them. They killed an animal and drank its blood. And they felt stronger. As a notary, Nicolas helped freemasons with the legal documents they needed. One of the freemasons was a doctor and another became a judge. Consequently, they participated in rituals where they drank human blood, of those executed by order of the judge. One day they were discovered and burned as witches. Their bahomehs took their souls and they were born as bahomehs in Agartha.
Manuel, 33
England, Cheshire, 891. Manuel had a life similar to that of Igor´s and the two women´s. Manuel was the son of the local governor, who belonged to the nobility and lived in the palace. His father had a lot of power and worked as a judge, deciding who would be executed and who wouldn´t. He believed that power was obtained through the blood he drank. Manuel didn’t like the idea, but when he grew up and fell in love with a girl, he was persuaded. His father gave him animal blood to begin with, and Manuel felt stronger. He married the girl and his duties increased. His father gave him part of the political responsibilities he had. The father also drank human blood, of the newly executed people brought over by his servants. And finally Manuel gave in and tried it. The disgust he initially felt eventually wore off and his power and popularity increased. He also convinced his wife to drink blood, at first animal blood and then human blood. When his father grew old he offered him the throne and Manuel ruled with his wife. They had a daughter and they gave her blood to drink from early childhood. But they couldn’t have more children. The servants had sworn upon death penalty not to reveal to anyone that macabre custom, but there were rumors. As Manuel’s kingdom was totalitarian, with high taxes and unjust executions, people rebeled, gathered weapons and attacked the palace, killing them all.
The bahomehs they had the deals with took their souls to Agartha where they were born as bahomehs.
Jesús, 51
-Romania, 1616. Jesús was from a humble family. His father took him to the forest to hunt and his mother cooked the animals they caught. One day they ran into another hunter who told them a secret, that he drank the blood of the animals he caught before cooking them, because that gave him strength and power. Jesus' father wanted to try it too. He did it and he indeed felt stronger. His business also went better. Drinking animal blood became a habit and his son tried it out too. They moved to the city where they had more amenities. There they met the hunter again. He had become a judge. They became friends. He told them that human blood gave much more power than animal blood and that as a judge it was easy for him to get it. He bribed the jail employees and the executioners of the convicted prisoners (who had been convicted to death by him) and the bodies were delivered to him. He invited Jesús and his father next time he had that opportunity, as a special party among the three. That night arrived, and the power of the father and the son became greater. Their business grew and they became rich. Those parties became a custom among the three of them. But one day someone betrayed them, there were rumors and people agreed to crash their party and kill them. And kill them they did. While they were drinking the blood of some poor guy, they came in with swords and stabbed the three men to death. They were reborn as bahomehs and struck deals with humans.
The other life he turned into a bahomeh:
-England, Brighton, 1496. Jesús was an ambitious boy who had two good friends. When they grew up they went to college. He studied law, the other one medicine and the third one math, physics and chemistry. During the studies they discovered some occult books that contained secrets. They got a hold of them and read them. They were intrigued by the power giving blood ritual and considered it harmless. They went hunting and drank the blood of the animal they killed. They felt stronger and more powerful. They finished their studies and got good jobs. From time to time they would hunt to drink more blood. They knew that human blood gave more power, but none dared kill anyone. The doctor had to wait until someone in good health died from an accident in order to get some blood and drink it without any danger of contamination, or draw blood from a living patient with relatively good health. The lawyer became a judge and could decide who was going to prison and who was going to be executed. Then it became easier to dispose of human bodies as they wished. He bribed the employees, got the corpses and all three drank all the blood they wished. But someone saw them, the rumors started, some men got together, the three friends got caught red-handed and were killed. They were parallel souls of the same three men who had become bahomehs after the life in Romania.
Antonio, 34.
-Papua New Guinea, 1606. Antonio grew up with his father in a house in the woods. They went hunting together to get food. His father used to drink the blood of the hunted animals before cooking them. He said that gave him power. Antonio decided to do the same as he wanted to be as strong as his father. That became a habit. Drinking blood linked them to a bahomeh that made them more and more savage. One day the father killed another hunter and they drank together his blood. He told his son that human blood gave much more power. They did more similar crimes until the day when they got attacked by two tigers who killed them and ate them up. Antonio's mother had been murdered by his father when he was little. He drank her blood, but he was careful not to reveal any of that to his son. The two tigers were the reincarnations of two of their human victims who had made a deal to take revenge. Antonio’s and his father’s bahomehs took their souls to Agharta where they were born as bahomehs.
Demetrio, 25.
-UK, New Hampshire, 1611. As a child Demetrio was adventurous and played a lot outdoors with his friends. One day one of them brought a grimoire that he had found in his grandparents' library and the children studied it. They read about the fact that animal blood and especially human blood gave power and thought that they might try it out as adults. And they did. Demetrio studied law and became a lawyer. His friends and he went to the forest to hunt and there they tasted the blood of the animal they had killed. They felt indeed more powerful. They repeated it several times. Demetrio became a judge and could send people to their death. He began to bribe the employees so that they would get him  bodies. He invited his friends over to taste human blood. They all became very powerful men in the community. But someone suspected, they were watched by a group of people and caught red-handed. And they were executed. Their bahomehs took their souls and reincarnated them in Agartha as bahomehs.
Vangelis, 41
-USA, Philadelphia, 1827. Vangelis was a country boy with progressive ideas who was against patriarchal and ecclesiastical oppression. He thought the elite knew the truth and used it against common people in order to maintain its power, using religion for that purpose. When he grew up he went to the city to work in an antique shop so as to discover the truth hidden in forbidden books. The owner was a freemason. He helped him become a member of that secret society that helped him study. He studied law and history. He chose out of the grimoires he read natural recipes and the ritual of drinking animal blood. He went hunting with some friends and drank the blood of the hunted animals. He felt stronger and repeated it a few more times later on. He became a judge thanks to Freemasonry´s support that informed him who was an enemy of justice and society and deserved the death sentence. Of course that enemy was only Freemasonry´s enemy. So he got to drink human blood belonging to the executed people. When he died his bahomeh took him away and he was born in Agartha as a bahomeh.
Adi, 19
-Romania, 678. Adi lived with his sister in a castle-like big house. His mother was a Duchess who spent a lot of time away from home, since she went to high society events. The children had a teacher and plenty of freedom. They also had access to the house library which was very rich in all subjects. Adi found occult books about vampires and their powers. He told his sister about it and suggested they did an experiment, exchanging blood, to see if it was true. At first she didn´t want to, but he eventually convinced her. They did the experiment, cutting their fingers and drinking each other’s blood and they asked for a few things to happen in their lives. They felt stronger and began to get away with more things with the teacher and the servants. When Adi grew up he went to the forest to hunt and drink animal blood so as to see how much power he’d get from that. Both siblings did it and they noticed the difference, but they agreed that human blood would surely give them more power. Adi decided to become a judge, since it was the only legal way to have access to healthy and fresh corpses. The two siblings got married, had children and a good life, according to what they had wished for the first time they drank blood. Adi was first a lawyer and after several years he became a judge. When his position was secured, he put his plan into motion. He ordered his employees to bring him newly executed people that he himself had convicted and he and his sister drank their blood in the castle basement. But one of the employees betrayed him and a group of men went to the castle, caught them red-handed and killed them. Their bahomehs took their souls to Agartha to be incarnated as bahomehs.
Sossi, 21 (my cat)
-England, Leicester, 1627. Sossi was a clever boy who loved discovering things. His uncle had a large library and Sossi and his friends often went to read books and stories. Some books were hidden and locked away, Sossi knew that. That intrigued the children and they wanted to see what those books were about. Sossi got the key to that cabinet out of his uncle's pocket while he was asleep and they went over and opened it. They found a few old books on occult sciences. They took one, a grimoire. They locked the cabinet again and put back the key into the uncle's pocket. They studied the grimoire, copied some things and put it back in its place the same way. Something easy to do which had caught their attention was drinking blood to get power. They went to the nearby forest to hunt birds and tasted their blood. They did it several times and they really felt more powerful. As adults, one became a doctor, the other a lawyer and Sossi a hunter. He killed animals and sold them, but some of them he cooked, having drunk their blood first and shared it with his friends. The rest evolved more or less the same as in the other similar cases. The lawyer became a judge and decided who lived and who died and shared the blood of the executed people with the other two. There were rumors, the vampires were caught and killed. And the bahomehs took their souls in order to reincarnate them like them.
The life in which I became a bahomeh:
-1646, Germany. I grew up in a house in the woods with my father. My mother died when I was very small. My father hunted and brought animals to eat. He had the habit of drinking their blood. He told me that it gave him more strength and resistance and that I should do it too. One day I did it, although it tasted bad. But I noticed that it gave me strength and I kept doing it until I didn’t find the taste bad any more. I grew up and one day a traveler showed up, my ex from this life. He stayed at our house for dinner and a good night’s sleep before going on with his journey. I was attracted to him and during the night I went over to his bed and we made love. He stayed one more day and we made love again, the following night. I felt a tremendous desire to taste his blood. The next day, while I was hugging him, I bit his neck. He got scared, and at that moment my father came up to us and hit him on the head, rendering him unconscious. I then proceeded to drinking his blood, in a trance. My father did the same and the traveler died. I got pregnant. During the delivery I bled to death. My father raised the child, but once he grew a bit he killed him and drank his blood. He had done the same to my mother when I was little, without my knowledge. My son back then was my father in this life, my mother back then was my mother in this life and they both sacrificed themselves for me, so that I would die and not kill more people, making my karma worse. My father from that life is now my ex’s brother who put a spell on us. He’s also his twin soul gone dark.
Before the Armageddon, the only way for those parallel bahomehs to be weakened and eventually go to the Light was to go to the spiritual warfare. Later on I was able to kill them myself. Now they have all been killed at the Armageddon. If someone kills a human and drinks their blood during the millennium of the Light they won´t become a bahomeh, but it will still be a deal, stopping them from going to the Light.

While looking for my clients’ past lives, I discovered that vampires are nothing more than ordinary people who have adopted the bad habit of drinking human blood, after discovering that it gives power. In doing so, a link is established with a dark being, called bahomeh. The bahomehs are Nephilim (see the article http://www.spiritualinsight.gr/en/koalanis-metaphysical-column/132-the-nephilim for more information) that look like gigantic red-eyed bats with semi-human bodies. They extract human life force for their nourishment. Under the influence of that bahomeh, the person can get addicted to blood drinking up to the point of killing to get it. That is a deal with the bahomeh who later kills that person, steals their soul and makes it reincarnate as another bahomeh. Consequently, the real vampires are the bahomehs. The rest is folklore and superstition - although there are immortal people thanks to constant soul theft. Here are several examples of vampires:

Μiran, 52.

England, Gloustershire, 1265. Miran was the Count's son and lived in the palace. He was an arrogant and hyperactive boy. He often visited the palace library to find forgotten secrets. One day he read in one of the hidden books that drinking animal and even more human blood gave supernatural powers. So he went hunting, killed an animal and drank its blood. He felt stronger and continued with that hobby. When he grew up and got power, he ordered the corpses of the newly executed people (that he himself had condemned to death) to be brought to him, and thus began to drink human blood. He married the woman his parents got him and had two daughters with her. He taught them to drink blood, starting with animal blood. Later on they wanted to try human blood themselves. The villagers had heard rumors about how cruel the king was and about the possibility of him being a vampire. They organized themselves, gathered weapons and attacked the palace, killing them all. After that life, their souls became bahomehs after death, with the right darks have for those who kill and drink the human blood of their victims.

Miran and his daughters were the souls from another life in England, where they had dedicated themselves to grimoire witchcraft. That life prepared them well for taking a step further.


Igor, 14

Slovenia, 1626. Igor´s father was a druid. His mother was uneducated and passive, she only took care of the house without paying any attention to her husband’s matters. The druid taught his son about the occult and how to do witchcraft. He also started drinking animal blood, as he read that it gave power. And he taught his son to do the same. He once got a client who asked him to kill his business partner so as to get the company for himself. The druid accepted. It was a good opportunity to taste human blood. He told him to show up with his partner and he would carry out a ritual. He would give a poisoned potion to the partner while the client would get another one for power and success. The client agreed and told his partner that the druid would help them succeed. They went to him and they both drank their potion. But the druid had deceived his client, because both potions contained poison. Both of them dropped dead and the druid and his son drank their blood, one each, and exchanged victims to test each other's blood. However, their bahomehs had also deceived them, because the poison had gotten into the blood stream of their victims and poisoned the vampires. They died and became bahomehs.


The other life where Igor became a bahomeh:

Germany, 1460. Igor was born into nobility and so had his friends. They often went out to play and do mischief. When they grew up they took an interest in discovering secrets and Igor found a grimoire. They studied it and found out that blood drinking gave power. So they went hunting. They killed some animals and drank their blood. They felt indeed more powerful and repeated it several times. Their businesses were going well, people respected them and they married beautiful high status girls. They gradually became more and more insensitive, under the influence of the entities that had helped them get those material things. The grimoire said that human blood gave ultimate power. They thought a hunting accident would go unnoticed and they decided to go for it. They went hunting and Igor shot an arrow at a hunter who was walking around in the wood. He fell down and Igor’s friends gave him a blow on his head, rendering him unconscious. And they drank his blood. Their power increased so much that soon almost the entire city was theirs. And, as in several other similar cases, the plague came and much of the population died, Igor and his friends being the first ones.

The hunter made an agreement to take revenge and he was born as Igor’s father in Slovenia. And the two customers who were killed in Slovenia were Igor's friends who killed the hunter in Germany.

Nicolas, 42

-France, 1697. He was an ambitious boy who went to the city to look for work, study, have experiences and discover things. There he ran into some men who were into Freemasonry and who helped him. He became a notary, participated in their rituals and read the books they recommended him. Among these were some grimoires. They told him that drinking animal blood gave strength and power and one day he went hunting with them. They killed an animal and drank its blood. And they felt stronger. As a notary, Nicolas helped freemasons with the legal documents they needed. One of the freemasons was a doctor and another became a judge. Consequently, they participated in rituals where they drank human blood, of those executed by order of the judge. One day they were discovered and burned as witches. Their bahomehs took their souls and they were born as bahomehs in Agartha.


Manuel, 33

England, Cheshire, 891. Manuel had a life similar to that of Igor´s and the two women´s. Manuel was the son of the local governor, who belonged to the nobility and lived in the palace. His father had a lot of power and worked as a judge, deciding who would be executed and who wouldn´t. He believed that power was obtained through the blood he drank. Manuel didn’t like the idea, but when he grew up and fell in love with a girl, he was persuaded. His father gave him animal blood to begin with, and Manuel felt stronger. He married the girl and his duties increased. His father gave him part of the political responsibilities he had. The father also drank human blood, of the newly executed people brought over by his servants. And finally Manuel gave in and tried it. The disgust he initially felt eventually wore off and his power and popularity increased. He also convinced his wife to drink blood, at first animal blood and then human blood. When his father grew old he offered him the throne and Manuel ruled with his wife. They had a daughter and they gave her blood to drink from early childhood. But they couldn’t have more children. The servants had sworn upon death penalty not to reveal to anyone that macabre custom, but there were rumors. As Manuel’s kingdom was totalitarian, with high taxes and unjust executions, people rebeled, gathered weapons and attacked the palace, killing them all.

The bahomehs they had the deals with took their souls to Agartha where they were born as bahomehs.


Jesús, 51

-Romania, 1616. Jesús was from a humble family. His father took him to the forest to hunt and his mother cooked the animals they caught. One day they ran into another hunter who told them a secret, that he drank the blood of the animals he caught before cooking them, because that gave him strength and power. Jesus' father wanted to try it too. He did it and he indeed felt stronger. His business also went better. Drinking animal blood became a habit and his son tried it out too. They moved to the city where they had more amenities. There they met the hunter again. He had become a judge. They became friends. He told them that human blood gave much more power than animal blood and that as a judge it was easy for him to get it. He bribed the jail employees and the executioners of the convicted prisoners (who had been convicted to death by him) and the bodies were delivered to him. He invited Jesús and his father next time he had that opportunity, as a special party among the three. That night arrived, and the power of the father and the son became greater. Their business grew and they became rich. Those parties became a custom among the three of them. But one day someone betrayed them, there were rumors and people agreed to crash their party and kill them. And kill them they did. While they were drinking the blood of some poor guy, they came in with swords and stabbed the three men to death. They were reborn as bahomehs and struck deals with humans.


The other life he turned into a bahomeh:

-England, Brighton, 1496. Jesús was an ambitious boy who had two good friends. When they grew up they went to college. He studied law, the other one medicine and the third one math, physics and chemistry. During the studies they discovered some occult books that contained secrets. They got a hold of them and read them. They were intrigued by the power giving blood ritual and considered it harmless. They went hunting and drank the blood of the animal they killed. They felt stronger and more powerful. They finished their studies and got good jobs. From time to time they would hunt to drink more blood. They knew that human blood gave more power, but none dared kill anyone. The doctor had to wait until someone in good health died from an accident in order to get some blood and drink it without any danger of contamination, or draw blood from a living patient with relatively good health. The lawyer became a judge and could decide who was going to prison and who was going to be executed. Then it became easier to dispose of human bodies as they wished. He bribed the employees, got the corpses and all three drank all the blood they wished. But someone saw them, the rumors started, some men got together, the three friends got caught red-handed and were killed. They were parallel souls of the same three men who had become bahomehs after the life in Romania.


Antonio, 34.

-Papua New Guinea, 1606. Antonio grew up with his father in a house in the woods. They went hunting together to get food. His father used to drink the blood of the hunted animals before cooking them. He said that gave him power. Antonio decided to do the same as he wanted to be as strong as his father. That became a habit. Drinking blood linked them to a bahomeh that made them more and more savage. One day the father killed another hunter and they drank together his blood. He told his son that human blood gave much more power. They did more similar crimes until the day when they got attacked by two tigers who killed them and ate them up. Antonio's mother had been murdered by his father when he was little. He drank her blood, but he was careful not to reveal any of that to his son. The two tigers were the reincarnations of two of their human victims who had made a deal to take revenge. Antonio’s and his father’s bahomehs took their souls to Agharta where they were born as bahomehs.


Demetrio, 25.

-UK, New Hampshire, 1611. As a child Demetrio was adventurous and played a lot outdoors with his friends. One day one of them brought a grimoire that he had found in his grandparents' library and the children studied it. They read about the fact that animal blood and especially human blood gave power and thought that they might try it out as adults. And they did. Demetrio studied law and became a lawyer. His friends and he went to the forest to hunt and there they tasted the blood of the animal they had killed. They felt indeed more powerful. They repeated it several times. Demetrio became a judge and could send people to their death. He began to bribe the employees so that they would get him  bodies. He invited his friends over to taste human blood. They all became very powerful men in the community. But someone suspected, they were watched by a group of people and caught red-handed. And they were executed. Their bahomehs took their souls and reincarnated them in Agartha as bahomehs.


Vangelis, 41

-USA, Philadelphia, 1827. Vangelis was a country boy with progressive ideas who was against patriarchal and ecclesiastical oppression. He thought the elite knew the truth and used it against common people in order to maintain its power, using religion for that purpose. When he grew up he went to the city to work in an antique shop so as to discover the truth hidden in forbidden books. The owner was a freemason. He helped him become a member of that secret society that helped him study. He studied law and history. He chose out of the grimoires he read natural recipes and the ritual of drinking animal blood. He went hunting with some friends and drank the blood of the hunted animals. He felt stronger and repeated it a few more times later on. He became a judge thanks to Freemasonry´s support that informed him who was an enemy of justice and society and deserved the death sentence. Of course that enemy was only Freemasonry´s enemy. So he got to drink human blood belonging to the executed people. When he died his bahomeh took him away and he was born in Agartha as a bahomeh.


Adi, 19

-Romania, 678. Adi lived with his sister in a castle-like big house. His mother was a Duchess who spent a lot of time away from home, since she went to high society events. The children had a teacher and plenty of freedom. They also had access to the house library which was very rich in all subjects. Adi found occult books about vampires and their powers. He told his sister about it and suggested they did an experiment, exchanging blood, to see if it was true. At first she didn´t want to, but he eventually convinced her. They did the experiment, cutting their fingers and drinking each other’s blood and they asked for a few things to happen in their lives. They felt stronger and began to get away with more things with the teacher and the servants. When Adi grew up he went to the forest to hunt and drink animal blood so as to see how much power he’d get from that. Both siblings did it and they noticed the difference, but they agreed that human blood would surely give them more power. Adi decided to become a judge, since it was the only legal way to have access to healthy and fresh corpses. The two siblings got married, had children and a good life, according to what they had wished for the first time they drank blood. Adi was first a lawyer and after several years he became a judge. When his position was secured, he put his plan into motion. He ordered his employees to bring him newly executed people that he himself had convicted and he and his sister drank their blood in the castle basement. But one of the employees betrayed him and a group of men went to the castle, caught them red-handed and killed them. Their bahomehs took their souls to Agartha to be incarnated as bahomehs.


Sossi, 21 (my cat)

-England, Leicester, 1627. Sossi was a clever boy who loved discovering things. His uncle had a large library and Sossi and his friends often went to read books and stories. Some books were hidden and locked away, Sossi knew that. That intrigued the children and they wanted to see what those books were about. Sossi got the key to that cabinet out of his uncle's pocket while he was asleep and they went over and opened it. They found a few old books on occult sciences. They took one, a grimoire. They locked the cabinet again and put back the key into the uncle's pocket. They studied the grimoire, copied some things and put it back in its place the same way. Something easy to do which had caught their attention was drinking blood to get power. They went to the nearby forest to hunt birds and tasted their blood. They did it several times and they really felt more powerful. As adults, one became a doctor, the other a lawyer and Sossi a hunter. He killed animals and sold them, but some of them he cooked, having drunk their blood first and shared it with his friends. The rest evolved more or less the same as in the other similar cases. The lawyer became a judge and decided who lived and who died and shared the blood of the executed people with the other two. There were rumors, the vampires were caught and killed. And the bahomehs took their souls in order to reincarnate them like them.


The life in which I became a bahomeh:

-1646, Germany. I grew up in a house in the woods with my father. My mother died when I was very small. My father hunted and brought animals to eat. He had the habit of drinking their blood. He told me that it gave him more strength and resistance and that I should do it too. One day I did it, although it tasted bad. But I noticed that it gave me strength and I kept doing it until I didn’t find the taste bad any more. I grew up and one day a traveler showed up, my ex from this life. He stayed at our house for dinner and a good night’s sleep before going on with his journey. I was attracted to him and during the night I went over to his bed and we made love. He stayed one more day and we made love again, the following night. I felt a tremendous desire to taste his blood. The next day, while I was hugging him, I bit his neck. He got scared, and at that moment my father came up to us and hit him on the head, rendering him unconscious. I then proceeded to drinking his blood, in a trance. My father did the same and the traveler died. I got pregnant. During the delivery I bled to death. My father raised the child, but once he grew a bit he killed him and drank his blood. He had done the same to my mother when I was little, without my knowledge. My son back then was my father in this life, my mother back then was my mother in this life and they both sacrificed themselves for me, so that I would die and not kill more people, making my karma worse. My father from that life is now my ex’s brother who put a spell on us. He’s also his twin soul gone dark.


Before the Armageddon, the only way for those parallel bahomehs to be weakened and eventually go to the Light was to go to the spiritual warfare. Later on I was able to kill them myself. Now they have all been killed at the Armageddon. If someone kills a human and drinks their blood during the millennium of the Light they won´t become a bahomeh, but it will still be a deal, stopping them from going to the Light.