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.