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An Unusual Issue About Werewolves-?

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June 16, 2019 / By Rosheen
Question: Hi, I remember what it felt like when i was very young in elementary school and i was indeed shifting regularly. but for some odd and disappointing reason i haven't shifted in five years. I've looked online for an answer and haven't found anything except for some facts- like how certain werewolves can save up to shift when they really need it. only thing is that i want to shift and unlike in the case where you save up until you need it, i haven't just shifted like a month ago, it's been (again i say) five years. Are there any exceptions or signs? what could this be? Does anyone think they know exactly what is holding me back? Could it be like I'm in power save mode for when I desperately need it? Oh, and I am starting to think that i was an alpha. it would make sense, what if an alpha is so strong that it saves its power for when they know they need it desperately? the reason i think i was an alpha was because i remember in detail how my friend who was also a werewolf bit me, and he was very hyper five seconds later, and very euphoric. When i looked it up online, turns out only alphas can feed their pack like that. its the feed the pack power that only leader werewolves have. what also made me think was that i was a class leader and i was fast strong and smart and popular and everyone looked up to me. but for some reason, i was losing the power and at the end of the year back then, people just stopped being weaker and i got much weaker then i was before, i was losing my power. since then, it's been five years. Lastly, I wanted to know if i was one of the half werewolf humans. i say this because i remember reading online that certain werewolves only activate with a bite. but as far as i remember, it was twice. does that mean it activated but then the second bite deactivated my werewolf self? i need help because i want to know what it felt like to be someone, and not a no one. i want my werewolf back badly. help me out? i would be really thankful. no nasty comments please, you know deep in your hearts not to be nasty. no one likes a nasty person. thanks! :)
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Myrtie Myrtie | 3 days ago
Listen to real science, real medical fact, real truth. 1. Werewolves do not exist, except as a delusion (analogous to the m-shift). There is not one single humanoid being on this planet who can change his shape in ANY manner similiar to the legends of lycanthropy. There is absolutely NO concrete evidence at all of any such creature, and there is exhaustive scientific and medical facts as to why they do not exist, and could never exist: 2. There are no “potions” or “edibles” that can change you into anything. I have no doubt that some delusional person is going to tell you to consume wolfsbane, which is aconite, a deadly poison. There are no “bloodlines” – genetic werewolves do not exist. 3. The legendary shapeshifting (new terminology is the pseudo term p-shift) would require a miraculous growth and loss of bone and bone structure as the skeleton would reshape itself, a rearrangement of internal organs and associated connective tissue, nervous pathways, and blood vessels - requiring “movement” of these structure through deep tissue and muscle, a complete repatterning of the entire DNA code – systemwide – a thickening of the dermis and a spontaneous growth of fur from hair follicles generated on the spot, a reallocation of body mass and spontaneous generation of body tissue, and last but not least, a loss of brain tissue as the brain cavity “shrunk” to the dimensions of the wolf cranium. 4. When you lose brain tissue, it is like a VHS tape being erased – any data or associative functions stored there are gone for good – like in a stroke or TIA (transient ischemic attack). A werewolf able to transform would (if he could) return to human form suffering from severe retardation, and would be a drooling idiot at best and a homicidal, animalistic killer at worst. 5. The caloric expenditure necessary to fuel such a transformation is so high it is impossible – the human body (at its full size) cannot ingest that much food during one digestive cycle to power such a change. Also, the pain involved would be so excruciating that the system itself would begin to shut down, and blood pressure and heart rate would go so sky high that the cardiac muscle would rupture and the “werewolf” would die from a cardiac hemmorhage. 6. The idea that the state of being a werewolf is somehow transmitted by a bite suggests a retrovirus, similiar to AIDS, that could rewrite the DNA code of its host. This “retrovirus” would have to be incredibly strong, and would be detectable by any form of bloodwork performed on the individual. If, like AIDS, it would be resistant to all but a lethal cocktail of drugs designed to kill the virus, then we would also see congenital transmission among children from their parents. As no hospital is reporting a strange new retrovirus that causes its victims to change shape, we can therefore assume with a good deal of confidence that such a retrovirus does not exist. 7. There are no separate races of humanoids on this planet – by now they would have interbred with “regular” humans and we’d all be the same species anyway. The idea that a secret, parallel race exists alongside us, engaging in controlled breeding to “keep the bloodline pure” is delusional in the extreme. 8. The concept of werewolves being shapechanging, or humanoid wolves, is really absurd – wolves are descended from prehistoric canine creatures, the most famous example of which was the dire wolf. Humans are descended from upright, bipedal hominids. Nature (as in natural selection) “engineered” wolves and humans to be two totally different species, with different specializations and physical construction. Sure, there are “shapechanging” animals, such as maggots and caterpillars, but they can only change once, and can never revert to their original form. Such changes occur gradually, over a prolonged period. In order for a humanoid being to change into a wolf – or vice versa – it would require months of physical changes, and the creature would be in far too much pain to move, let alone feed. Soon the requirements of nutrition would slow the transformation down as the creature would no longer have the energy to fuel the change. It would waste away and die from starvation. 9. Anyone who tells you such things are real is either living in a fantasy, lying through their teeth, or are caught up in a delusion bordering on mental illness. The real danger lies in people who will tell you whatever you want to hear in order to get close enough to hurt you, such as pedophiles, rapists, and murderers – the only real monsters on our planet, and giving out your real location information is just asking for trouble. I’m a Nurse, real education, real experience.
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Myrtie Originally Answered: Where are the Werewolves?
I suggest trying to cut yourself with a silver knife to see if you have indeed gotten infected, there are not any known ways of curing the disease - though experiments with the herb wolf's bane have shown good results in some cases. The reason you might not remember anything is that the transformation usually happens when you are unaware of it, have you had any blackouts recently?
Myrtie Originally Answered: Where are the Werewolves?
werewolves are very privet creatures and keep quiet about being one. they are every where. if you are a werewolf, you will be able to tell when someone else is too. what ever you do, don't panic. that makes the process worse. werewolves are also very violent. try to avoid fights as much as possible. that can bring out the wolf in you. focus on being as normal as possible. that's all i can think of for now but i hope some one comes to show you the wolven ways soon.

Myrtie Originally Answered: Does anyone know any gothic, vampire, werewolves books?
Gosh. you've come a long way. I didn't see Jim Butcher's Dresden Files on your list. Try them. Hardboiled detective stories with EVERYTHING you listed. If you are that far into it I suggest you read H. P. Lovecraft's essay Supernatural Horror in Literature for a historical perspective. Also follow some of his recommendations. Algernon Blackwood and Arthur Machen are great, period. Dover books has it as a standalone volume and it's in the Arkham House collection Dagon and other stories. Recent books I might recommend are: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro has been a reliable SF/Fantasy/Gothic writer since the 1960's. She's of a generation of women like Kate Wilhelm who just do whatever they do impossibly well. Her St. Germaine books, starting with Hotel Transylvania around 1976 are among the best gothic Vampire books I've read. A few are less good than others but she is a favorite writer of mine for a good reason. Fred Saberhagen who recently died wrote hard core sf and fantasy and at the same time a series of novels which reimagined Dracula. His An Old Friend of the Family is a good place to start but they are all excellent. Octavia Butler, who also recently died in a tragic fall, managed to cross genres the way her elders did, however she did not treat them as discretely as the above two. Her early Patternmaster Trilogy was about psychics some of whom were reminiscent of dybbuks,vampires and others . Her last, posthumous novel was openly about a vampire. Again, she was excellent. Just some suggestions.
Myrtie Originally Answered: Does anyone know any gothic, vampire, werewolves books?
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Myrtie Originally Answered: Does anyone know any gothic, vampire, werewolves books?
You haven't read Bram Stoker's Dracula? :| Seriously? I hope you accidentally left that one out.

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