Originally published in 1891, it may be difficult for modern readers to accept that there was still a relatively strong belief in vampires, in what might usually seem like an age of blossoming spiritual enlightenment. But the author, an otherwise celebrated figure in Theosophy, discusses not just the folklore of this famed monster, but he recounts first-hand tales of reported vampire attacks. Luckily, he isn't short of advice on how to prevent you and your loved ones from becoming one of this growing army of darkness! Perhaps a bit outdated, this essay is a must for theosophists, vampire-enthusiasts, and occultist alike!
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