Vampirism and Ghoulism/Cannibalism celebrated as the most (un)"holy" Sacraments ..
yeah that explains a few things about the world we live in.
Cathain succeeded in killing Abhartach and buried him standing up, as befitted a Celtic chieftain.
However, the story goes that Abhartach rose from the grave and demanded a bowl of blood from the wrists of his subjects to sustain his energy.
We may never know for certain whether Stoker’s Dracula is based on the Wallachian Vlad or Irish mythology.
Still, old habits die hard, and while Transylvania in Romania will continue to be regarded as the haunting grounds of Count Dracula, the tale of Abhartach may well have played a central role in developing the vampire we know today.
I am a university student doing a BA degree in Archaeology My interests range from lsquo conventional rsquo to lsquo radical rsquo interpretations of the archaeological textual pictorial data set I believe that intellectual engagement by advocates from both ends...
When one of us began studying psychology he was told that if the aim was to understand human relationships, it would be better served by studying literature—especially Shakespeare.
Since then, at least as concerns clinical psychology, the subject has moved on to become an evidence-based humanistic alternative At Ancient Origins, we believe that one of the most important fields of knowledge we can pursue as human beings is our beginnings.