A REAL HIGHGATE VAMPIRE (TOA)

Meet Jessamine. She is a real Highgate vampire. She was born a witch by blood, making her pretty powerful. Later in life, she became a vampire through a very secret initiation that can only happen once a year. She has been a member of a royal court and was also in The Order of the 13 Roses. BEING BOTH A WITCH AND A VAMPIRE, THIS MAKES HER VERY POWERFUL. In life, she was very wealthy.

The picture on the item is her actual picture. TO ACTIVATE HER, BURN A SMALL AMOUNT OF INCENSE ON THE BACK OF HER PIECE, WHICH HOLDS THE VAMPIRE AND WITCH CIRCLE OF BLENDING. SHE STILL HOLDS ALL HER POWERS AS A WITCH AND THAT OF ONE OF THE OLDEST VAMPIRES IN THE CIVILIZED WORLD. This means she has a broad array of abilities and is powerful. Being both a witch and a vampire, SHE HOLDS A SPECIAL BLOOD AND CAN EVEN DO A BLOOD TRANSFER FOR YOU.

In London, there is a cemetery called Highgate Cemetery and reports of vampires published in the newspaper have fueled interest in the area. Here is a tiny excerpt from “Vampires” by Charlotte Montague to give you a little bit of background:

“Today, urban myths and legends about vampires stalking graveyards still exist. One such instance was the media sensation surrounding the alleged Highgate Vampire, a revanant that supposedly inhabited the north London cemetery where Karl Marx and other well-known figures are buried. The story was promoted by a group of young occultists who roamed the cemetery in the 1960s, when it had been left untended for many years. They reported seeing a 'grey figure' and several ghosts, variously described as a cyclist, a woman wearing a white gown, and a man in a hat. There were also reports of bells ringing, and soft voices calling.

The local newspaper, not surprisingly, published several articles on this phenomenon, including a sighting of 'a King Vampire of the Undead', who was said to be a medieval nobleman. This man had apparently practised the black arts and have travelled from Wallachia to England in a coffin during the eighteenth century. In addition, foxes with throat wounds, whose bodies had been drained of blood, were reported to have been seen lying around the cemetery.

A much publicized 'vampire hunt' then ensued, led by two local men, David Farrant and Sean Manchester. The pair offered claims and counter-claims as to the supernatural goings-on in the churchyard, until Farrant was jailed, in 1974, for vandalism and desecration of graves. He claimed that these crimes had been committed by satanists. Manchester later wrote a book on the subject entitled 'The Highgate Vampire'. Today, the feud between the two men continues, each claiming to tell the definitive story of what remains an urban legend.

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A REAL HIGHGATE VAMPIRE (TOA)
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