Articles Archive

Welcome to the section of Sanguinarius: The Vampire Support Page where we keep all the articles. Since we have quite a lot of articles available, — and I can’t figure out how to get them to appear into some general sections to make it easier for you to find the type of information you’re looking for, — you’ll just have to deal with a list of all articles published. It’s probably just a matter of knowing a shortcode argument to include (WordPress techie talk)

  1. Flipside of the Coin, A Donor’s Guide to Sang Donating (8/30/2011) - Print/PDF Friendlyor, “Distilled Wisdom from a Decade of Donating” By Shortgoth A more-or-less practical guide to bloodletting and bloodfeeding from the point of view of a donor. Contents are as follows: Section 1: Foreword and Introduction Section 2: Prep Work (cleaning, Sterilization of the Tools, Etc.) Section 3: Feeding and the Tools of the Trade Section 4: Aftercare and Aftermath Section 5: The Important Dos and Don’ts Section 6: Taking Care of Your Vampire 😉 … Continue reading
  2. What Every Blood Drinker Should Know (7/17/2011) - Print/PDF FriendlyThe following article is not hosted on Sanguinarius.org, but we feel it merited inclusion in the Articles Library. Clicking on the link below will take you to the link. You can return by clicking the “Back” button on your browser. What Every Blood Drinker Should Know, by Ravena. Discusses a dangerous myth about HIV that every blood drinker should be aware of and take the necessary precautions against. Ravena Lee of Lost Haven resides … Continue reading
  3. Overview of Selected Bloodborne Diseases (2/27/2010) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy SphynxCat UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS When dealing with blood or other body fluids, there are typical precautions against unwanted and unintentional contact that all medical staff follow. Even if you are not in a medical career yourself, learning these precautions will be useful for situations when you don’t want to run the risk of disease transmission. These include: 1) Protective barriers – gloves, face masks, gowns, goggles, etc. If you are allergic to latex, there … Continue reading
  4. One Sanguinarian’s View of Blood Feeding (1/18/2010) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy LadyCG When the community first started happening online you saw Sangs everywhere. Then came the Psi / Sang Wars. The Psis fought for the right to be considered vampires by the Sang Community, and part of the OVC community. Since many Sangs also feed psionically, especially before they fully awaken as Sangs, the Psis won, and after some hard-fought and well-won battles, became an integral part of the community, actually outnumbering the Sanguinarians … Continue reading
  5. The RVCA Guide to Safer Bloodletting (9/22/2009) - Print/PDF FriendlyThe following article is not hosted on Sanguinarius.org, but we feel it merited inclusion in the Articles Library. Clicking on the link below will take you to the link. You can return by clicking the “Back” button on your browser. The RVCA Guide to Safer Bloodletting. This is an excellent guide to safe, sane bloodletting, written by Sylvere ap Leanan of the Real Vampire Community Alliance. Sylvere is the Group Facilitator of the Real-Vampires … Continue reading
  6. UK Criminal Law and the Modern Vampire (5/10/2008) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Jen, a.k.a. Ghost Author’s Note: As a student of Law in England I can verify that the information which follows is correct. Where possible, I have included cases and statutes which back-up the information I’ve supplied. Legal references are underlined. The story behind each case doesn’t really matter, only the legal principle it enforces. These laws apply to possible situations a vampire may find themselves in, e.g. worst case scenario, criminal liability of … Continue reading
  7. Venipuncture (12/27/2007) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Lady of Webs (Reprinted with permission from Les Vampires.) [Disclaimer: The information provided here is for educational purposes only and is purely the opinion of the author. This site disclaims all responsibility for reliability or veracity of its content. Should you choose to undertake Any of these practices discussed here you do so entirely at your own risk. Neither the author nor editors advocate any of these practices nor guarantee their safety nor … Continue reading
  8. Bloodletting and the Law (7/4/2006) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Harlot Originally posted by Lady CG on the Smoke and Mirrors Message Board on April 7, 2006. Bloodletting is used by many people for many different reasons. Vampyres use bloodletting to feed. Others use bloodletting as part of sex play. Still others use bloodletting as a form of release. How does the law view bloodletting for what may be described (inaccurately) as recreational purposes? This article is based on the law of England … Continue reading
  9. Finding Substitutes (2/27/2006) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Mike Future A lot of vampires tell me, “No substitute can quench my thirst for blood.” While this may or may not be true, more than usual, these folks haven’t taken the time to find substitutes that suit them. First off, the exact medical reason for our blood craving is not known. This fact may make it hard to diagnose proper blood substitutes, but conversing with fellow vamps has given us a solid … Continue reading
  10. Fire Cupping Technique for Blood Feeding (8/23/2005) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy The Vampyre Psykic Author’s Note: I have a rather embarrassing confession to make about the following article. When I was told about this method, I felt it was implied that the person who explained it to me had tried it successfully, and later I came across another person familiar with this method of extracting blood. But looking back on all this later, I realized that neither person had actually told me that they’d … Continue reading
  11. But I Don’t WANT to Be a Vampyre! (Reconsidering Vampyrism) (5/23/2005) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Lady CG “…it’s not scientifically proven…” “It’s too rpgish!” “It affects my life in a negative manner…” “It’s too hard!” I’ve been hearing it for many, many years. Almost EVERY vamp goes through it at some point. — They TRY to QUIT being a vampyre. I understand how it goes. I’ve even tried it myself, for a number of years. So, what do I tell Vampyres who come to me and say they … Continue reading
  12. Donors and Vampires: My Advice to You (4/15/2005) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Mike Future Because of the nature of the subject, this article is intended for individuals who are 18 years of age & over. Sanguinarians face many problems both physically & mentally. But when we get right down to it, blood is the most important aspect of our condition. As we all know, a donor is a person who willingly gives a vampire their blood. This may sound simple, but the act of obtaining … Continue reading
  13. Tips for Finding a Donor (3/16/2005) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Magi Vamp I see it all the time in chat rooms and on message boards… People saying, “I can’t find a donor”, or “I can’t get blood.” When in all actuality if you know what you are doing, and if you are patient and take your time it’s quite an easy process. The process I’m going to explain in this article is one that I use and have found to work through experience. … Continue reading
  14. Vampire-to-Donor Disease Risks (3/16/2005) - Print/PDF Friendly(This exchange was originally posted to the wretched Yahoo! Group on the 29th and 30th of January, 2005.) Message #9290, from Diaboluslupus: A lot of vampire sites seem to focus on the risks of donor-to-vampire diesase transmission, but very little (if anything) seems to be have been written or considered at the risks to a donor from direct cut-to-mouth feeding. I’ve made some inquires about this, and although most STD do NOT pass easily … Continue reading
  15. HemoSynth (3/8/2005) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Anonymous I was doing some research on blood substitution recipes (these things happen when one muses over the topic of Klingon Blood Wine too long) and I happened to come across Sanguinarius. To be honest, I was kind of disappointed with all the recipes I found on the net, so I did some research from some medical sites and created my own blood substitute recipe. It is chemically very similar to real blood, … Continue reading
  16. The Blood and the Life (1/16/2005) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Manfred Newstead If you stopped an ordinary person on the street and asked him to name one and only one characteristic that defines someone as a vampire, chances are, the answer would be “Blood.” Roaming around at night, turning into bats, having problems with mirrors — these things are part of the popular image of the vampire as well, but the primary thing everyone knows about vampires is that they suck blood. Right? … Continue reading
  17. Getting Blood from a Steak (12/11/2004) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy SphynxCat Those of you who deliberately don’t eat meat probably won’t want to read this. The rest of you, help yourselves! There are alternatives when you don’t have a regular donor. One of them is a nice rare steak. It can be expensive, but it can also make the difference between maintaining control and “vamping out” or losing control in a potentially dangerous situation. You will notice I’m specifically NOT claiming it a … Continue reading
  18. Controlling the Beast or the Blood-Lust (11/19/2004) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Dragonflybynight (Originally posted to the Vampiric Community Message Board on 21 August, 2003.) If a wild animal gave in to its blood-lust on impulse it would lose its prey. Hunting animals have wild, ravenous impulses, desires to rend limbs and shed blood but they curb this desire; they take control and spend quite lengthy periods of time — watching, waiting, learning — for the right time to take their prey. My dog entertains … Continue reading
  19. Blood Craving: A Glimpse of What It’s Like (3/31/2003) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Sanguinarius & Anonymous It is my hope that the following letter (originally posted to an elist I am on) will convey some of the torment, anguish, confusion and desperation that vampires go through. No personally identifying information has been included, and should the author of the message wish for me to remove it, please contact me and I will do so. I feel, however, that making the letter available for others to read … Continue reading
  20. Matching the Donor to the Vampire (2/27/2003) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Sarasvati Faolchú (Based on a question posted on The Vampiric Community Information and Support Board) For information or definitions of some of the terms in this article please see Terminology & Lingo. What kind of person would a particular type of vampire have to feed from? It varies immensely depending on the vampire, how they feed, how often they feed, and the way they came across the person. Often the person is a … Continue reading
  21. A Hypothesis on Vampirism (9/20/2002) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Necrobabe People have pondered the question, “What causes vampirism?” for a long time. Vamps, and non-vamps alike. I am not excluded. I do have a hypothesis on this, and I hope to study it further. We all know that there is debate on what a “real” vampire is, and I will not get into that. For this essay I will stick with my definition of vampire which is simply: one who has a … Continue reading
  22. Sanguinary Safety (9/20/2002) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Sarah Dorrance No matter what you do, there are certain things about yourself that you simply cannot change. Mortality is one of them. Nothing will make you immortal, or invulnerable. If you are in an alternative lifestyle that comes into frequent contact with other people’s blood (e.g. vampirism, extreme BDSM, blood fetishism) then it would behoove you to remember this fact. You can die. At some point in your life, you will die. … Continue reading
  23. Blood: How Much is Too Much? (7/1/2002) - Print/PDF Friendlyby Ravena For some blood drinkers, there is no such thing as too much blood. However, there is such a thing as giving too much blood. It is important for blood drinkers to be aware of how much blood they are taking from a donor and at what level blood loss causes health problems. Very few vampires would be willing to go to the doctor and ask about how much blood is okay to … Continue reading
  24. Drawing Venous Blood (11/24/2001) - Print/PDF Friendly[Disclaimer: The information provided here is for educational purposes only and is purely the opinion of the author. Sanguinarius, the editor of this site, disclaims all responsibility for reliability or veracity of its content. Furthermore, should you choose to undertake any of the practices discussed here, you do so entirely at your own risk. Neither the author nor editor advocate any of these practices nor guarantee their safety nor do they promote support or … Continue reading
  25. Beating the Blood Addiction (11/23/2001) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy g0th Preface (Partial email response): I think almost anyone claiming to be a vampire is addicted to blood in some way. I am called a vampire, yet I seldom if ever call myself that, as I don’t like the term much. I consider vampirism either 1.) a learned immunity to the vomitive effects of blood, or 2.) a predisposition to being immune to the intake of blood. Neither require an addiction; neither are … Continue reading
  26. On Methods of Blood-Letting (9/15/2001) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Ingrid Blackmore Well, there are certainly a variety of ways in which a vampire takes blood. When I became a donor, I knew very little about blood-letting, and just assumed that the vampire would bite my neck. *winces at the thought* However, she generally uses brand new razors, lancets, or surgical scalpels to make small cuts on my upper back, rear end, breasts, or upper thigh. As these areas are generally somewhat fatty … Continue reading
  27. Animal Hunting (9/23/1999) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy g0th Important Safety Notice from Sanguinarius: “…raw deer blood, as encountered in a freshly slain deer, often contains dangerous parasites and other pathogens. The practice of drinking fresh deer blood is largely considered mythical due to the very real risks inherent in the practice.” (Emphasis Sanguinarius’s.) Source: “Deer Hunting”. Deer Hunting and the Sequence of Steps in Buckskin Processing. Archived version from 15 December, 2010; retrieved 23 October, 2014. ATTENTION: Due to BSE … Continue reading
  28. Vampyres: Blood Safety and Feeding (12/29/1998) - Print/PDF Friendly(The “How to Feed Properly” Post) [Sanguinarius Note: The following article is not intended for children, those who are closed-minded or who are easily offended. If you are one of these, please press your BACK button now. I don’t wish to corrupt or offend you. And if you’re a kid who has got this far, that means that you lied when you clicked OK on my little precautionary popup screen. — SCRAM! I don’t … Continue reading
  29. Safer Feeding Techniques (10/13/1998) - Print/PDF Friendly[Sanguinarius Note: The following article is not intended for children, those who are closed-minded or who are easily offended. If you are one of these, please press your BACK button now. I don’t wish to corrupt or offend you. And if you’re a kid who has got this far, that means that you lied when you clicked OK on my little precautionary popup screen. — SCRAM! I don’t want your angry parents screaming down … Continue reading
  30. New Scientific Perspective on “Blood Drinkers” (10/12/1998) - Print/PDF FriendlyBy Magnus “An urge is just another name for an addiction/craving. The body might very well be telling your brain that it’s missing something, and expecting you to replace it. If it falls in the realm of an addiction, then all bets are off. No one knows conclusively what the mechanics of addiction are, much less how to stop it. If it’s a craving related to the condition of the sufferer’s body, then that … Continue reading
  31. The Hunger: Its Causes and Dealing with It (10/11/1998) - Print/PDF Friendlyby Kris Davis (Reprinted with permission from the author.) Sangi’s Addendum: It is disputed that ATP is pranic energy. For more information, please read Sarasvati’s article Pranic Energy = ATP? No…. —– What is the Hunger? What causes it? Why is it so strong? Why does it follow you everywhere you go? Well, many of the answers are here. I am going to expose as many facets of the Hunger as I am capable. … Continue reading

 

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