3The Vampiric Path makes stronger thepower as well as the beauty of theAdversary, so called by those of theAbrahamic Faiths (Jews, Christianityand Islam), the Adversary or derivedfrom the Hebrew, "Satanas"(adversary). And, this was not meantan entity. Vampiric philosophy ispositive teaching, but contrary to theteaching of the above referredreligions.For the new vampire, there is a time of transformation; however, this is a life-time occupation. Like the apostle Paulwould write, "the renewal of yourmind", leading to physicaltransformation in a way, or at least toa certain extend. It demands disciplineall the way through existence,resulting in making the humans assheep.Struggle is earthbound, and just as wars shall always be, so will thesubconscious (the mind), which is also the location of will-power, alwaysstanding alert in the dedicated vampire.Obviously, the vampire is the adversary because of the psychical drainingenergy in order to be fed. Also, the new vampire learns to understand the needfor sexual desires first of all within oneself, whatever his or her drives are.However, he or she must come to know how to calm the emotions, drain withcaution without causing harm, and keep the "prana" (breath) within.The new vampire has to work jolly hard every day in a disciplined manner, fullytransforming oneself via imagination through the astral plane. As time goes onthrough persistent work, the outcome will become easier. At the long end, youmay ever be able to enter (dangerously) the mind of another. Obviously, this isfar from advisable, as you may be psychically attacked, when invadingsomeone's consciousness. Also remember that the stronger the human is, the lesslikely you (vampire) will be able to attain penetration into the chosenconsciousness.