October 27 to November 2
ANU, the ruler of Nibiru, sent delegations of Anunnaki to earth, led by his sons EN.KI and EN.LIL, millennia ago. Nibiru, the seventh planet in our solar system coming from outside, needed gold to shield its vanishing atmosphere. EN.KI ruled the AB.ZU, in Africa; EN.LIL ruled the seven Cities of the Gods in E.DIN, off the Persian Gulf, where the highly advanced Sumerian civilization would later appear. But the Anunnaki on the AB.ZU, complaining of hard labor, staged a mutiny, as described in the Akkadian text Atra Hasis. The solution was to create an Adamu, or earthling, in their image, to serve them.
Nibiru orbits the sun every 3,600 years; that is one year for Anunnakis, and later generations of humans would regard them as deities because they seem to be immortal.
EN.KI's sign is the entwined copper serpents, symbol of healing and genetic engineering, with its double helix DNA motif. The copper serpent was also Moses' weapon against the pharaoh's magicians.
EN.KI's son, Ningishzidda, is called by the Egyptians as Thoth, and the Greeks call him Hermes.
Meanwhile, EN.LIL's son is Marduk, the central figure in the Babylonian epic The Seven Tablets of Creation, more popularly known by its opening words: Enuma elish.
The term "Anunnaki" is Sumerian, which also means DIN.GIR ("The Righteous Ones of the Rocketships"). In Akkadian, they are Elohim ("The Lofty Ones"). The Bible translates it as Nefilim, which literally means "Those Who From Earth To Heaven Came." The Bible, in Numbers 13:33, says that the Nefilims are the "Sons of Anak" (the Hebrew for Anunnaki).
Just before the Deluge, 432,000 years after they first landed on earth, the trending topic was the intermarriage between Nefilims and humans. Some of the alleged children are Enoch, Noah and Gilgamesh.
I got all these superbly-detailed stories from Divine Encounters: A Guide To Visions, Angels and Other Emissaries by Zecharia Sitchin, author of the groundbreaking The Earth Chronicles
Psychic attacks can come from elementals, spirits of the dead, witchcraft, energy vampires, demonic entities and black magic rituals. To protect yourself, cover your solar plexus chakra. Some deep breathing exercises can strengthen the aura, so can a healthy lifestyle, "emotional cleansing" and "spiritual empowerment" through prayer.
These are some stuff I got from the Sept. 2, 2012 episode of the Sunday late night paranormal radio show Kasindak-Sindak on 92.3 NewFM.
Russian scientists are developing physical immortality with the use of robot avatars where people's brains and consciousness can be transferred. Speaking of immortality, here's my text message: A black metal band, Deicide, whose lead singer wears an inverted crucifix, sing songs like When Satan Rules His World and Death To Jesus.
There are also stories on Vlad The Impaler, a kapre that brought both good and bad luck to a family in Marinduque, Elvis Costello's 1996 song I Want You and the mysterious creature caught last year from the Baltic Sea
Humans can be so paranoid, says one character, I forgot who. I also forgot who replied to that, but I remember the line: "Maybe they have a good reason to be!"
Silus and Lily team up to save the human race, and she realizes she's the bait
Glenn Standring’s The Perfect Creature
A man walks down the street bearing a placard: "Will work for blood!"
There is a dentist clinic with signs of smiling pearly-white teeth with fangs.
This is a strange town, says Becca, as she and her sheriff father drive into Sporks, Washington.
Becca is the new girl in school, and she parks into a slot which says "So Misundestood Student With A Crappy Truck."
One student, Derrick, welcomes her. Anything you need, he tells her, I can get it: anything from "cheat sheets" to "human organs."
A group of attractive pale-white students enter the cafeteria: the Sullens.
Becca is attracted to Edward, a gorgeous "hottie," who was putting some make-up.
The teacher asks Becca to sit beside Edward, whom she's "destined to have a fatalistic relationship which will spawn four books and movie franchise!"
Class starts. The professor tells them to turn to page 63 of their text book: The Vampire Diaries.
Becca tells Edward: "I don't like cold and wet things!" He replied: "You don't like Slurpee?"
A man in his boathouse gets surrounded by vampires, which includes an African-American man with dreadlocks and a Caucasian woman. I know who you are, he says. "You're The Black-Eyed Peas!"
Trailer of Vampire Sucks, Directed by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer