There is no mention of otakukin, however.

Bay Area Vampirism, Energy-work, and Otherkin Society (San Francisco, CA)
The Vampirism, Energy-work and Otherkin Society (VEOS) is a loosely-organized San Francisco based group. This group is open those identifying as vampire (sang or psy), donor, otherkin, and to those who wish to learn more about such topics. Other energy-workers are also welcome, so long as you have no problem with the vampiric side of energy work.

This group is NOT open to role-players, recruiters of any type, or those seeking to promote any form of religion (discussion about religion is OK, preaching is not).

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14 Responses:

  1. mattbot says:

    Cap'n Crunch?

  2. chuck_lw says:

    >There is no mention of otakukin, however.

    That's discrimination!

    My grandfather believed he was Goku from Dragon Ball Z, and it didn't stop him from serving bravely in World War II.

  3. dasht says:

    http://www.suscitatio.com/VEWRS.htm

    A research study of vampires / energy workers. There's a survey there you can take. Ordinary questions: sex, age, general physical characteristics and stuff like:

    "096. Are you are of a family history of pyrokinesis?

    *Pyrokinesis* is the postulated psi ability to excite the atoms with an object, possibly creating enough energy to ignite the object.

    Yes
    No

    097. Do you personally possess the ability of, or have personally experienced pyrokensis? (Please answer both parts)

    Yes - Personal Ability
    No - Personal Abillity

    Yes- Personal Experience
    No - Personal Experience

    [....]

    123. To what types of music do you listen? (Check all that apply)

    Alternative
    Ambient / Drone
    Americana
    Baroque
    Big Band / Swing
    [....]
    "

    -t

  4. djmermaid says:

    you can't go blaming "vampires" on furries, now!

  5. bokane says:

    "...no fatties."

  6. kencf0618 says:

    The Japanese place social emphasis on on blood types... hmm...

    • strspn says:

      Stupidity is global, but in the whole 6.5 billion aggregate, there's great reason for optimism. As much as communication technology spreads superstition and pseudoscience, in aggregate they are both plummeting, while informed, science-based decision making is steeply on the rise.

      We're by no means out of the woods yet, though. More countries, including traditional enemies like India and Pakistan, Israel and Iran, and North Korea and the U.S., have nukes and may be willing to use them. But even there, the "minutes to midnight" clock published by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has been unwinding, and maybe it will keep unwinding.

      In the mean time I see all the tedious hocus-pocus as little more than the destraction of fantasy fiction unfortunately applied. Let's hope most of the resulting natural selection occurs in memes instead of organisms.

  7. sethg_prime says:

    My wife remarks: "There are books about psychological vampires. You're supposed to avoid them."