Many of the online vampire sites you will come across feature a section on FAQ’s, or Frequently Asked Questions, questions that crop up all the time when newcomers arrive in the online community.
The only problem with FAQ’s s that the answers can often be the product of one person’s interpretation and beliefs. In the RVL Recommended Reading List we will place links to articles in which authors attempt not only to explain the answers but also provide, many times, alternative viewpoints that might help the reader find their own truth. This is what it is all about, the journey of discovery that is one’s own vampirism cannot necessarily be summed up neatly in one FAQ answer.
What we have compiled, and will continue to build, here is a list of material that is contained at RVL which will answer most of your questions to begin with in the most basic of ways. If you find that you have specific questions that are not covered here then please feel free to leave a message, as a comment, at the foot of the homepage for us. We will do our best to answer your questions, or if we cannot, find someone that can.
“Why can’t I be a…” – Timely and as relevant as ever, hey, be careful out there.
Warning signs and ‘Red Flags’ – How to spot the creeps, the weirdos and avoid getting caught in a con.
1984 – Sense and sensibilities – How private is anything on the net?
Embracing the Vampire – from earliest origins to modern times
Crossroads ~ Safety First ~ By Tim
In whom we trust ~ By Tim
~ Contributed by SphynxCatVP
Where do you seek your truth? ~ By Lady M.
Crossroads – On being a real vampire ~ By Tim
New report on blood consumption ~ By Lady M.
~ By Elzie Roze
“Taking back the night” ~ By Goddess Rosemary Sahjaza of Temple House Sahjaza
Vampyres ~ Superstition, Society and Subculture Invited guests Anthony Hogg of The Vampirologist, Author, artist and entrepreneur Gabrielle Faust, Hellkat of Smoke and Mirrors and Julia Darkrose Ray, Editor and Owner of The DarkRose Journal join us to discuss the history and social identification of the Vampyre