Checklist: 5 Signs A Celebrity Is Using Witchcraft

Long ago during a dark time there was a movement to flush out and destroy all witches and warlocks among the population. But as time has passed and civilization has changed we’ve come to a point where witches and warlocks may not only be accepted but even made famous. Hell, even Charlie Sheen claimed to be a Warlock when his career was at risk.

However, with the simultaneous claims of having tiger-blood, it’s also likely he may be a were-beast and thus it’s hard to know for sure what type of metamorph the man may be. So how do you know for a fact when a celebrity is using witchcraft? Let’s take a look.

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Alterpedia: Witches and Warlocks

In the Alters’ World (and the series of books found here), creatures of legend reveal themselves to the world. Born through genetic abnormalities, defects and mutations, the Alters have lived for centuries as outcasts of human society, hiding their true nature from the world while colorful stories have been written by many to describe what they’ve seen. How are these creatures different from what was described in the stories? What relationship do they have with humanity? Every entry of the Alterpedia will delve into a new creature from around the world. This week we cover:

Witches and Warlocks

Those who practice in the dark arts, magic users who have lurked in the shadows, corrupting our youth and making people act in unnatural ways. Often times in the modern day the term witch can be used to describe not only the supernatural mythology but the practitioners of certain new age beliefs. A dark time in history had people killing each other over the accusations of witchcraft until society grew past the fear of witches and the belief that they even existed.

 However, are the myths really just myths and superstition, or is there some truth that there may be people who practice in witchcraft in the world?
Or at least in the UK?

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Dating a Succubus: Steps Towards A Successful Relationship

A nymphomaniac with an impressive physique and a charming personality: you’ve hit the jackpot there. Dating a succubus or incubus is a wonderful little adventure that many fantasize about in the late hours of the night. Even modern media has shown the exciting life and times of our brothers and sisters of the night as shows like Lost Girl heavily feature the love life of their Succubus protagonist.

But everyone has heard the stories of people dying of heart attacks or being found the dried out husk on the shore with a smile on their face. Everyone has seen the old portraits of demonic entities sucking the life out of helpless victims in their bedrooms. So how do you keep yourself from becoming one of them?

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Motivation To Publish A New Book

So as some of you know, hopefully all of you, I came out with my second book. A Patchwork Soul, the second part of the Altered World series, was, aptly, released today on Friday the 13th so I could try to press my luck again. I’m excited about it, and terrified, because I have hopes that releasing this book and more like it will eventually build towards my one true goal. For those of you out there who are also writers, you know a pretty common question that people ask that a lot of us don’t really have a confident answer for:

So, why do you do this again?

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Alterpedia: Succubi & Incubi

In the Alters’ World (and the series of books found here), creatures of legend reveal themselves to the world. Born through genetic abnormalities, defects and mutations, the Alters have lived for centuries as outcasts of human society, hiding their true nature from the world while colorful stories have been written by many to describe what they’ve seen. How are these creatures different from what was described in the stories? What relationship do they have with humanity? Every entry of the Alterpedia will delve into a new creature from around the world. This week we cover:

Succubi & Incubi

The other creatures of the night, vampiric entities that tempt the unwitting into tawdry, lustful acts – Succubi and Incubi are often whispered about in the same sort of tone as their Vampire cousins. Coming to the sleeping and entering their dreams, their thoughts, and their desires, the Succubi and Incubi can turn and twist even the most pious individuals towards their more carnal natures

But is the fear of these people really a genuine threat from these somewhat sinful creatures? Or has their reputation been generated by the irrational fears of religious zealots shaming people for taking part in acts they do not approve of? What’s the truth about these tempting denizens of the night?

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How Simon Cowell Stopped The Siren Invasion

By the turn of the millennium, with the advent of the internet, a looming threat was on the horizon. The internet had provided avenues for charismatic creatures such as the Siren and Nix to begin reaching whole new crops of victims to be swayed by their acts. Those who were in the know watched in great anticipation and fear as the internet’s power continued to grow and become a valuable resource for those who would corrupt it. And, with the announcement of a new talent show called Pop Idol, an old fear returned from the depths.

Once upon a time, the Sirens had attempted a similar strategy. Though the 80s had been marked primarily by Reaganomics and the unleashing of the old god Gordon Gekko upon civilization, the lesser known crisis brought on by Star Search had been monitored closely by those who feared the coming of a Siren overlord. Ed McMahon, an early thrall of the Sirens provided an audience for fledgling Sirens attempting to gain power through the use of television. But with the cancellation of the show in 1995, Ed McMahon was once again returned to his tomb and the threat was averted.

Until the announcement of Pop Idol and it’s American counterpart.

Clearly an attempt to summon an ancient evil from the depths of the sea

With the more powerful networking resources available to them, the Sirens would easily be able to take the world over in short form with this new resource. More importantly, the act of getting the audience to interact with the show meant thousands of people would be drawn in deeper.  It was only a matter of time before this Pop Idol provided the foot hold for our new overlords. But before this fate could befall us, one man stepped forward and said “no” in sarcastic and belittling ways. That man was Simon Cowell.

But how did he prevent our enslavement by the unscrupulous “entertainers” that threatened to flood the airwaves with their song?

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Fighting the Influence: Five Signs of Brainwashing

It’s inevitable, as our world becomes more connected through the internet and social media, resulting in easier access to all forms of entertainment at your fingertips, addictions can happen. The threat of Sirens(and their male equivalents like the Nix) controlling your every waking thought has become more real in the modern age. Recent cultural trends have been plagued with the inexplicable rise of people with no apparent talent but an uncanny influence on the minds of their followers.

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