Is Dracula Real?
Yes, indeed the infamous Vampire Dracula is real and to our knowledge still alive somewhere on Earth. Although the stories written about him, including Bram Stoker’s Dracula, are fictional for the most part. Dracula was born in 1431 Transylvania within the Kingdom Of Hungary. His full name was Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia. As a human, he’s historically remembered as Vlad the Impaler. His bloody sadistic reign as Prince included the horrifying impaling of 40,000 to 100,000 innocent Europeans! However, this torture was just one of many atrocities he ordered upon his own people in the name of power gone mad. The insane lust to see blood painting the landscape of his daily life. The Human Vlad died on the battlefield during a fight with the Ottomans at Bucharest, Wallachia in 1477 at the age of 45.
Dracula’s Ancient Royal Father And Vampire Sire
That day Vlad The Impaler not only died but was unfortunately born again into a sinister supernatural form that would maximize his dastardly deeds. For years an extremely ancient royal vampire named, Crown Prince Dagan, had been observing Vlad. He was impressed by his violent blood lust and charismatic intensity even in a limited mortal human form. In fact, Dagan was a pure-blood first-generation vampire with the intent of making Dracula an extremely powerful second-generation vampire. Dagan was one of the first of his kind on the advanced lost human civilization known as Lemuria which existed in the Pacific Ocean some 78,000 years ago. He was actually born a vampire on this Earth 68,849 years ago. His human father was 100% possessed by the Demon Sanguis which caused DNA Demonization to occur. Sanquis is said to be the dark patron Saint of vampires whose blood-sucking line is the most powerful out of any demon progenitor. The possessing Sanguis biologically mated with Dagan’s human mother to create a pure breed vampire. This is how the first vampires came to exist on Earth. Dagan is now King Of The Vampire Kingdom headquartered in Diavol City, Transylvania, Romania.
The Blasphemous Birth Of A Vicious Vampire
King Dagan felt that Vlad was a perfect candidate to become a member of the immortal living dead. It’s been said Dagan had a premonition that Vlad would die that day as he watched the grand battle from afar. Since he was a first-generation vampire he was able to withstand the sun with adequate clothing and cover of brush. When he observed Vlad ironically die by being impaled by an Ottoman Turk sword he casually strolled onto the bloody battlefield. He arrived just in time to stop Vlad’s head from being taken as a war trophy. Dagan quickly dispatched eight warriors before whisking Vlad’s corpse away at light speed into the wilderness. Dagan drained the remaining blood from Vlad and then introduced some of his own. This brought him across into eternal supernatural darkness.
The Rise Of Dracula
Upon Vlad awakening as a vampire for the first time, Dagan declared he would be forever known as Dracula. He decreed it was time for Dracula to begin a new immortal chapter of his bloody life. Oddly enough becoming a vampire calmed Dracula down and he relished in the sadistic systematic hunting of his chosen human prey rather than mass murder. Realistically though it would be insanity to bring the same attention to himself as he did when he was a human royal. Human governments would investigate, and the vampire community would be exposed to potential eradication. In addition, Dracula had all the time in the world to enjoy the seduction of humans who caught his eye in a positive way. However, they were merely meals for his blood lust!
The Paranormal Power Of Dracula
Even in the present Dracula is considered the most famous and one of the most powerful vampires alive! Not only due to his high-ranking generational status, and centuries of existence but also due to his dabbling in the dark demonic magics. Something most vampires can’t partake of unless there’s something extra evil about them! An element known as “The Gift“. This affords him additional powers not seen in the average vampire. In turn, it makes him more powerful than many first-generation pure breed vampires. He has crossed a few and they tend to not do anything about it. He considers himself invincible with his wide range of magical, psychokinetic, and telepathic powers that have destroyed many a Vampire Slayer! It’s also said he can walk in direct sunlight for limited periods of time while laughing in the face of crosses, holy water, and other religious artifacts! He’s also impervious to various magics used against him. This includes the Global Vampire Invitation Spell that stops vampires from entering homes without being invited in. Dracula can enter almost any residence he so pleases unless extra special power spells are put in place.🧛♂️
The Royal Titles Of The Vampire Dracula
Since Dracula is an indirect offspring of a first-generation vampire, who are considered vampire royalty, he kept his title of Prince. King Dagan considers Dracula to be his finest creation, and a perfect model of vampirical darkness. For this reason, Dracula has the honor of holding many royal titles that include the following:
- Archduke Of Southeastern Europe (New title given as a gift by the King on January 1st 2022 at the infamous Blood Ball)
- Blood Prince Of Romania
- Grand Duke Of Transylvania
- Count Of Wallachia (A Transylvanian region of The Vampire Kingdom)
- Prince of Wallachia (Former Human royal title still recognized by Human royalty)
- Earl Of Diavol City (The secret dark Capital Of The Vampire Kingdom in Transylvania)
- Dark Lord Master Of The Carpathian Mountains
- Darkest Knight Commander Of His Highness King Dagan’s Royal Court (Since Dracula is quite busy with his diabolical schemes, he doesn’t have time to actually be the Commander of the Knights. This title was specially made for Dracula. However, he can step in and take command over the real Commander with the permission of the King.)
Dracula also holds the title of Royal Transylvanian Ambassador on some of his global jaunts. Often when someone has deeply offended the royals they send Dracula, and his dark minions after them with a vengeance! Once Dracula has been sent forth to pursue you there is no place on Earth you can hide….well except perhaps North Pole City! 🙂
How Bram Stoker Met Dracula
Although Bram Stoker’s Dracula[Ad] is fictional he obviously knew of the real vampires existence. Bram learned about Dracula from renowned traveler Ármin Vámbéry. Although a fellow writer he mostly wrote non-fiction about his travels and told Bram about Dracula in confidence. Back in the day people were very cautious about exposing the supernatural world as many would think it was real. Exposing the vampire world, in particular, could very well bring the wrath of royal vampire Knights. Nowadays you can tell the complete paranormal truth in the guise of fiction and nobody suspects a thing. Ármin was worried after Bram published his novel but most of it was fictional and didn’t pose a danger to the vampire community. It also helped that Dracula himself was very pleased with the work!
Dracula eventually invited Bram to his Transylvanian castle with Ármin acting as the messenger. Bram had thought Ármin was telling tall tales and knew not of the real supernatural reality. However, Stoker humored Ármin and they went to Dracula’s castle. He was shocked that Dracula was real along with a planet of vampires and other monsters! After that Stoker would regularly be welcomed as an honored guest of Dracula. Interestingly enough he turned down Dracula’s generous offer to make him a powerful third-generation vampire. Although Bram was taken in by the charismatic Dracula he had witnessed his dark side on plenty of occasions. He wished to remain human and keep his soul intact. Lucky for Bram Dracula didn’t see him as dinner!
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