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Intimidation and Implied Threats – Tools of Bullies – Vampire Cults part 3

How bullies use implied threats of violence get their way and keep their victims silent! 

By Michael Vachmiel 
January 11th, 2018 

 

Thank you all for the positive responses to part 1 and part 2 of my series on dealing with the bullies of the vampire subculture that have attacked me for over a year.   Cults of personality that lash our like children when their actions are dared question.  

This article examines what happens when the name calling begins to imply violence. 

This examines the words of a UK women named Katherine Dockree.     Dockree is a follower of Aramond Sebastian VanRahamdalph, whose real name is Skipper Marmaduke Lowry and is leader of this movement to harass me for uncovering the truth behind the working of these vampire organizations. 

Presented here is a conversation between Dockree and two other people, Simon Phoenix and Josh Clark. 

Dockree begins by saying that the “Vampire Council” that is, all of Skipper’s various groups and all the other groups that don’t want their behaviors exposed – you can see that list here – are going to “deal with this situation”, a direct quote from Skipper’s follower. 

Followed is a screen capture of Skipper under the guise of one of his slam pages and his insane ramblings toward me.   

On the next page you see Simon Phoenix respond   with implied violence “it’s time for him to get dealt with” 

Josh Clark follows up with more implied threats by saying he would I “get ate alive” 

Phoenix then escalates the violence by saying “too bad i cant be where he (?), I don’t think he’d do so well against a werewolf”   

Well, learn to write phoenix, but I get the threat! 

Just incase you are thinking, no one in their right minds can be this stupid, I wish you were right.   So I have included screenshots of this conversation. 

 

This is why I keep writing.   I am an adult.  Imagine if your teenage child was being treated like this.   Intimidation.  Threats of violence.  Group pressure to conform and remain silent in the face of abuse. 

This is what parents and teachers should be aware of! 

The Dangers of Vampire Cults, part 2

Mental Illness, Threats, and the Dangers of Vampire Groups in America.  Part 2

By Michael Vachmiel 
January 9th 2017 

 

Thank you for your support of my first post in this series –  “WHAT EVERY PARENT SHOULD KNOW ABOUT VAMPIRE CULTS.”

 

When I wrote the piece on the danger of vampire cults that are harming the real vampire culture that I belong too, I  did not think I was going to get such a reaction from people.  

The reaction I got from the vampire cult and their leaders was typical cult like behavior.  Here is a letter from someone they tried to recruit. 

 

 

So let’s examine  the contents and why this is typical cult like behavior. 

Cult Leaders claim to have special powers.

David Uhrlaub, Gia Ahlia Bathory, “Goddess” Rosemary claim that they can hex people.   Cult leaders often use threats of the supernatural to threaten or bully their members.   In this case, they are claiming they can use their “special powers” on me and the members of my organization to cause them harm. 

Cult leaders can not be questioned. 
Cult leaders try to bully others into obeying them.

 

When the writer of the email tried to ask logical questions, she is meet with “escalating hostility” and then finally threats of supernatural wrath and social pressure.

Who else is involved? 

 

The Houston Vampire Court,  not to be confused with my group, the Vampire Court of Houston,  is heavily involved with this NAVC cult, has released a list of people supporting this violent action against myself and my group.   

The following was released by the cult members themselves. 

What every parent should know about vampire cults.

The dangers of vampire cults by a real life vampire. 
By Michael Vachmiel 
January 6, 2017 

If you are reading more than likely you are a parent, teacher, social worker, youth pastor, school counselor, or some other way involved in youth culture.  Thank you for a moment of your time as we explore my world and some of the dangers in it. 

Like any subculture, the culture of real vampires, thoses that feel they must bring in additional life  energy called QI into a themselves  through an act we call feeding, can be inspiring.  Art, fashion, literature, communication, movies, television and theater has greatly been influenced by the vampire, gothic influence. 

Societies that have formed around that aesthetic have donated thousands to charities, have assisted in blood drives, and have been a boon to local businesses that help drive the local economy.

 

A few vampire definitions.

A healthy vampire House – a small local group of like minded vampires who form a strong friendship, can be a wonderful extended family.   A vampire Coven, a group of like minded spiritual vampires, can enrich a person’s life.   A healthy vampire court, the political arm of the vampire community, can help the greater community by acting as the bridge between the vampire subculture and every day world that we are all apart of.   

That is what I am doing here today. 

 

Michael Vachmiel, Imperator of the Vampire Court of Houston 

I am Michael Vachmiel, Imperator of the Vampire Court of Houston.   one of the largest real vampire organizations in the world with over 200 global members. 

Today I want to speak to you, the concerned lay person who is looking at their teen starting to wear black, putting in fangs, listening to strange music, and changing before your eyes. 

I want to talk about what is a healthy group vs what is a cult. 

What is a cult?

According to Eliyahu Federman in his Huffington Post Article “When Organized Religion Becomes a Cult”  on September 9, 2013  a cult can be loosely examined as follows

“Cults claim exclusivity, are highly secretive, and authoritarian. To many of my atheist friends, religion fits the bill. What distinguishes religion from cults is the ability to question without being shunned and ability to reject dogmatic tenets without being shunned.”

This is the very important distinction!

In a healthy group, debate, criticism, discussion, and the ability to examine leaders without fear of being socially or economically harmed. 

Federman goes on in his article to describe that harm a cult can inflict.

“The harm stems from a system that shuns and ostracizes adherents that don’t accept their exclusive claims to truth. That is where conventional religion becomes a potentially harmful cult. Forcing people to conform by using the subtle threat of social alienation is a form of coercion.”

 In the case of the vampire community, it is the concept that only a few self-appointed elites can bestow who is, or who is not, a vampire.   In short, a very harmful type of bullying! 

Because of this, many young people are forced into obedience fearing social retaliation and isolation.    Forms of obedience may include demands for money and sexual favors to their vampire cult leaders.

Signs to look out for in cults. 

 

Not everything on this list makes for a cult.   As it has been state, it is when actions start to harm those around them. 

Demands of isolation from friends and family. 
Us vs Them mentality
The offering of “special” truths that is only for a select “elite” 
Leaders can not be questioned 
Leaders can not be wrong 
Leaders can not give out their real names or details of their lives to anyone 
Leaders claim to have special powers or divine guidence
Hate toward other religions, doctrines,  or groups 
Not being able to discuss group meetings or group details 
Demands for money, sex, drugs, or other resources 
Encouraging illegal behavior 
 Bullying others and harassing them into obeying the group leaders 

When it doubt, confront the leaders of your children’s group!   

If they are breaking the law, call the police! 

The members of the Vampire Court of Houston takes being responsible and civic minded citizens very seriously.  As such, we are an 18 and over group only! 

We feel that our culture is a wonderful and beautiful thing, but one that should be reserved for consenting and rational adults who can make firm and informed decisions about their lives. 

Sincerely, 

Michael Vachmiel