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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Jul 28, Jane rated it liked it. Tara Doutre rated it it was amazing Feb 13, It was konxtantinos bit terrifying to read some of the encounters and know it was the same as what had happened to me, but Kondtantinos feel better knowing how to explain that weird occurrence when I saw a creature with red eyes right beside my bed and wasn’t able to move or cry out because I was paralyzed.

Konstantinos covered things I already knew, however, like the origins of what we now know is Vlad Dracula Vlad TepeshElizabeth Bathory the “Blood Countess” and Gilles de Rais which, IMO, was just a sicko who, through his wealth and priviledge, murdered boys AND girls for Really good book with techniques on how vampirex deal with psychic vampires and cleaning your space to prevent attacks.

Protection from Blood Drinkers. Konstantinos also goes into detail about how one can protect oneself from psychic vampirism in modern times, which could be helpful to those who do not know how to astrally protect themselves.

Lists with This Book. The undead are creatures of folklore, and the first literature mentioning them was in every way considered nonfiction by those who penned it; in fact, most of those early treatises were written by the respected scholars of the day. To ask other readers questions about Vampiresplease sign up. Well written, packed with information and personal experiences, and perfect for those who are just starting to explore the subject of real life vampires Next take the element of water mark the perimeter by sprinkling vanpires of water on the floor.

Just because a man claims to worship satan and has long konstantihos hair and a name like ‘Konstantinos’ does not automatically mean he can be trusted to give you all the straight-laced, kknstantinos scientific facts about Vampirism.


Refresh and try again. Feb 06, Kayleigh Marie Marie rated it liked it. Come up with a symbol for protection It should bee the size of your vamlires floating off your chest it glows in a blue light visualize it to the East,soth west and north.

Would you like to tell us about a lower price? The Myths, Legends, and Lore. The intentional vampire can use konstantinow eyes and has learned how to be a psychic vampire duringg his lifetime.

vamplres These types of arguments make it a little hard for most people in the twentieth century to believe in the existence of an order of being that can live forever and feed off the vitality of humans. This was a very good book. Aug 14, Tex Roop rated it did not like it. Konstantimos former Physics major, Konstantinos Rowley, born inhas been a paranormal researcher for over fifteen years, is the author of six books published by Llewellyn and has a bachelors degree in English and technical writing.

He’s not a bad writer, but not talented enough to keep my interest, unfortunately. Take deep breaths andd picture your index finger becoming like a light saber cutting away the tendrils breaking the connection with the psychic vampires.

Konstantinos presents the subject matter wonderfully. Doing away with preconceived notions is one of the hardest things that an investigator of the paranormal has to do. Patrick rated konstantimos liked it Nov 22, Mark McElroyAnna Lazzarini. These folks ussually are imitating their favorite demon.

Main menu Skip to content. Those vampires are reanimated corpses, ghouls, demons, konsyantinos thought to be. The aurhor has not mentioned a way a person could become a vampire with the use of the occult via black magick, satanism, such as people like Gilles De Rais or possibly Elizabeth Bathory. The Sacred Heart of Trees Konstahtinos. His seemingly inaccurate information on biology was also pretty bothersome. Writers like Anne Rice, Bram Stoker, Tanith Lee, and Brian Lumley, among countless others, have created fantastic attributes and powers for their vampires, but those beings vampres not konstantios subject of our study.

I really liked this book and highly recomend it to people with and open mind about vimpires or anything to do with the occult. He stresses the fact that the only evidence of immortal blood drinkers is anecdotes and folklore based on historical figures such as Vlad the Impaler and Countess Bathory.


At some parts it sounded a lot like other new agey spiritualism I’ve explored before, but a few original ideas were interesting. They come back for retaliation. In other words, don”t take my word for the bizarre, yet true, facts you are about to read.

Konstantinos (occultist) – Wikipedia

Konstantinos, you fail at life. You will be enveloped in thee light.

Nocturnal Witchcraft Magick After Dark. The book starts off with kondtantinos legends and myths. Vampires also gives you explicit instructions on how to protect yourself from vampiric attacks. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.

Hell, just stop writing altogether, you slag. This is a fairly good, nonfiction book about vampires. Vampires reveals the occult truths about these creatures including actual first-person encounters with vampires of all types—the ancient undead of folklore, contemporary mortal blood drinkers, and the most dangerous creatures of all: Ultimately this is a pretty good reference book to use if you’re looking for some good, genuine vampire lore.

Not because I think they’re crazy but because I think their need is more psychological than physical. Sara Eisentrout rated it liked it Jun 28, Jul 09, Soukyan Blackwood rated it really liked it.

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While Konstantinos does reference those characters, he quickly brushes them away for being far too removed from the “actual” vampires of history. 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. You will be fascinated when you discover who they were and what they are now, and you’ll be grateful when you learn how to protect yourself from them.