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Protection From Vampires - (Werewolve/Vampire)

Protection From Vampires - (Werewolve/Vampire)

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The following was taken from a book called 'The Vampire Encyclopedia'.Protection from VampiresCommon means of securing safety from vampiric attack.Garlic: Most common protective herb, used on windows, doors, around neck, possibly under armpits; mixed with water it can be sprinkled or sprayed throughout anarea.Holly: Placed around house.Fishnets: Placed on windows or doors or in graves to distract vampires who are obsessive about untangling objects.Seeds: Seeds such as mustard or poppy are sprinkled on yards and walkways.Grain: Oats, millets, and other grains are sprinkled on yards and walkways.Holy water: Vials can be thrown at vampires, poured into graves or coffins, or sprinkled on doors, windows, thresholds, and other areas.Juniper: Logs kept in house for their antievil powers.Bells: Constant ringing will drive away the undead.Candles: An abundance of light deters vampires, especially if candles have beenblessed.Incense: Incense of the Latin rite preferred over the Eastern varieties, but both are acceptable and offer powerful protection.Tar: Crosses are painted with tar on doors and windows.Knives: Stab the vampire in the heart; also useful against the mara.Mirrors: Placed on doors because they really annoy vampires when they cannot seetheir own reflection in them.Stakes or pins: Used to impale or pierce, but care must be taken to avoid spurting blood.Magic or witchcraft: Potent protections, but can be performed only by the trained.Appeasement with blood: Rarely useful, but a method for stalling until help or the dawn arrives.Crosses or crucifixes: The traditional method; the use of such sacramentals canhold vampires at bay or can render a gravesite useless to them.Icons: Particularly effective among Byzantine or Orthodox vampires.Eating of blood bread: A method used in Poland.Burial of wine: A method used in Transylvania, not known in many other regions.

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