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Back in the days when Sanguinarius: The Vampire Support Page was located on AOL, I was able to run a short questionnaire from a modified guestbook script hosted by AOL. Once I moved the site off of AOL's servers, I no longer had the ability to run the response form off their script. I've not found anything suitable since then to use, so I'm not running the poll any longer or accepting new resonses; this may change someday if I find a suitable script to use.

The poll ran from 3 January, 1998 until 31 December, 2000. I have archived the responses the poll recieved in this section, and guests are still able view them.

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Mar 22, 1998 - 22:37 -

Name: Becca
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 15
Response: I think vampires are like normal people except for some differences, such as increased sensitivity to things, drinking blood, taking energy, etc.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Mar 29, 1998 - 15:56 -

Name: Blaze
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 15
Response: normal people, that do abnormal things, such as drink blood, or have mystical powers (everyone has their own sense of mystical power, ye just have to take the time to find it). The person can also have extreme or minor sensitivity to the sun, fire, or daytime. The rest that i believe is difficult to put into words
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Mar 31, 1998 - 02:43 -

Name: Faustynsol
Web Page: no web page at this time
Gender: Female
Age: 24
Response: okay...i answered this before, but i was kinda loopy at the time...vamps are people...a seperate species, but people none the less. Several species really...blood drinkers, psychic...y'know the list. moody...strong...sensitive to emotion as much as light...chameleonic...i could go on and on. ive made it a personal promise to find out all i can. how else can we all understand what evolution has done to us?
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Mar 31, 1998 - 08:51 -

Name: Prinz Galan
Web Page: n/a
Gender: Male
Age: 27
Response: There are many levels of Vampirism; all depending on one's station in life. You have your psychic Vamps, who are at the bottom of the totem pole; you have fetish vamps, who drink blood purely for psychological reasons; you have the Lost Children, who have been transformed by the "Serpent's Seed" virus, usually through blood transfusion, or an irresponsible, "Houseless" Vampire (all "viral vamps" are "Sanguinarian", to coin a phrase); you have these types of Vampires who have also resurrected from death because of the revitalizing effects of the virus (such as myself), and you have the Elder Vampires who have achieved various degrees of mastery of the flesh/material reality. Almost all Vampires can appear either "Clark Kent-ish", or infernally horrific or Majestic, depending on the viewer and the circumstances. Although there seems to be a division of thought between the Psi-Vamp and Sanguinarian camps, I acknowledge both "extremes" as being different sides of the same coin. I know that if one concentrates on astral vampirism from the perspective of quantum mechanics, one can eventually learn to literally "suck blood" through quantum transferrence ("beam me up, Scotty!"), providing that one has sufficiently attained the Vampiric Condition. I personally will not pass the Vampiric Graal to anyone who has not already attained some mastery of the basic principles of Vampirism through the "Astral" disciplines, as well as a willingness to achieve some Aristocratic notoriety and affluence for themselves. I have tried many times in the past, to pass the Graal to unworthy "gutter vamps"; all to no avail. too many Vamps are unwilling to make the personal effort to work towards a truly "Vampiric Condition", and would rather hide behind pretentious claims of invincibility and immortality. Just because one has been infected by the Crystalline Snake, or has resurrected from an experience with brain-death does not make that person an invincible, all-knowing "immortal". I am hoping that the Vampiric Community in general will make more concerted efforts in the future to authenticate their Vampiric experience through "real-world" accomplishments, and by attempting to create more structure and organization within the Community, making it a more rewarding experience for all. "Can't we all just get along?"
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 1, 1998 - 12:58 -

Name: Claudia de Lioncourt
Web Page: Claudia's Dollhouse
Gender: Female
Age:
Response:
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 5, 1998 - 14:12 -

Name: AdamVamp
Web Page: Adam Vamp's ~Homepage~
Gender: Male
Age: Adult
Response: We're sort of like most other folks, except MUCH more intense.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 8, 1998 - 14:22 -

Name: Emperor Norduk
Web Page: Ravenwood Archives: Tempel of Azagthoth, Society of the Dark Sun, Black Order of the Dragon, Circle of Darkness, Clutch of Tiamat
Gender: Male
Age: Ave Calix Sanguinis Lilitu Dom Tehom
Response: Vampires present the existence of those who have been transmuted according to Alchemy. Vampiric Alchemy involves the shifting of the body through magickal disciplines, astral hunting and Blood Feeding, and the sharing of information on various sorts of vampirism.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Apr 8, 1998 - 17:43 -

Name: Lady Guin
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: hmmmmm
Response: Vampires are human except they practice vampirism.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 8, 1998 - 20:20 -

Name: Carmen
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 15
Response: If all one needs to be a vampire, is a higher sensitivity and some mental powers, then I could easily say I am one. The idea of drinking blood does not frighten or make me sick either. So is that it? Am I a vampire? Wouldn't it be just a little bit too easy if things were like that? Now call me old-fashioned if you wish, but I believe in the beauty of true vampirism. You probably wouldn't recognize a vampire in a crowd, but if you met one while walking along those narrow streets, you would understand. There is something in them. Maybe it is the charisma of their personalities, maybe it is the memories of the many things they've seen and felt during their long lives, maybe it is something else
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Apr 12, 1998 - 01:42 -

Name: D
Web Page: From the mind of a Raving Lunatic.....
Gender: Male
Age: 19
Response: Depends on the Vampire -- some "good", some "bad", but containing similar qualities. Some have "Humanity" so have lost that piece of themselves -- again, it is dependant upon the person who is the way they are or makes themselves what they want to be. Some people are "sired", or shown a way to that path, others are born into it or just make themselves that. Some are Mortal, few are immortal. Some are just people who are like psycho-electrical magnets, and some enjoy chasing people down the street and beating them senseless before deriving some form of energy from that person. Any one could be a Vampire and not know it, but as with all things there are varying degrees of vampirism -- ranging from your average wanna be junior high school wanker to the 3000 year old blood drinker.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 12, 1998 - 23:24 -

Name: Raven
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 17
Response: I feel that vampires are more blessed than cursed, and that they have a special empathy with those around them. It saddens me to see how vamps are portrayed. Though they do not NEED to sustain themselves on blood and plasma, why question nature?
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 14, 1998 - 22:32 -

Name: Dawn
Web Page: Sexy_red_head's Castle
Gender: Female
Age: 18
Response: I think vampires are regular people. Who have a thirst for blood, & have extra sensitive senses. Such as to lights, colds, hots...Basically a lot of stuff. A vampire feels that they are alone, & confused about what's going on in them, mental, & some times physical. As a result of how they feel they seek to be appreciated by joining groups, such as covens. I believe that as a vampire the people are gifted with special qualities.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 15, 1998 - 05:25 -

Name: Hunter Vladka
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 27
Response: * those who crave and seem to need blood regularly * those who choose to live the style of vampires, possibly latent vampires? * those who use the vampire symbol as a means of controlling others for their own ego trips
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 15, 1998 - 18:03 -

Name: Michael
Web Page: I have no web page
Gender: Male
Age: 17
Response: I believe that vampires are outwardly rather normal, except for several innate habits that would separate them from the "normal" public. I believe in vampires being photosensitive but not to the point that the movies have claimed, not near that point actually. I don't believe being a vampire would be something one should aspire to be foolishly. I believe in it being a different life-style and one that has both advantages and disadvantages.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 17, 1998 - 00:53 -

Name: Kayla Dunham
Web Page: none
Gender: Female
Age: 14
Response: I think they are misunderstood creatures that are very intellectually, as well as spiritually, inclined. They are viewed as evil because society fears all unknown. I think vampires are the only sane individuals in a world gone mad.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 19, 1998 - 14:08 -

Name: Ankaa
Web Page: The Forest
Gender: Female
Age: 132
Response: Well based on the ones i've MET, pretty much just like "humans" with a few exceptions...
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 21, 1998 - 01:03 -

Name: Scssr
Web Page: Fevered Dreams and Fitful Sleep
Gender: Female
Age: 22
Response:
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 22, 1998 - 15:20 -

Name: ~moonshine~
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 17
Response: I am not sure what other vampires are really like, except they have a passion for blood in common...if I know any personally, first, it is not my business, and second, they aren't pushy about it because I don't know about them! :)
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 27, 1998 - 19:35 -

Name: Mathieu
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 20
Response: Distant beings, with no, or few links, constantly trying to find a place where they can belong. Vampires are not happy, they are drifters, romantics, vagabonds. They, sometimes, discuss themselves because of their nature. The only way that a vampire can find peace is by accepting himself, or else there is no hope. As for humans, there are good and evil vampires, thoses who chose to be evil are usually less sad, or at least they think they are. Vampires are passionate and unforgiven, because they do not bond often, they are extrême in relationships. But then, is there any other way?
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Apr 28, 1998 - 17:06 -

Name: Josh
Web Page: Pinion's Playland
Gender: Male
Age: 21
Response: I would think that vampires vary as widely as normal people do. Vampires just have a tendency to get "thirsty" now and then...
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


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