Moroii ad Vitam Paramus is a modern solitary Living Vampyre tradition drawn from a variety of hereditary Romanian and Italian FamTrads of Europe. The current text, The Vampyre’s Bible, is intended to both: provide resources necessary for personal self-dedication and provide inspiration to celebrate “futurist” Moroi CyberVamp subculture – literature, music, film, fashion style and philosophies (both those influencing and influenced by).
— Joshua Free, Moroi Book of V
In all of history and traditional lore, the MOROI are the only true “Living Vampyres” – Vampyres that have not yet experienced First Death. They are not technically “Undead” – they are Living Undead – and it is from the hereditary perspective (paradigm) of this tradition that JOSHUA FREE presents “The Moroi Book of V: A Vampyre’s Bible” to the public for the first time.
MOROII VAMPYRES dedicate their “mortal” lives to magical and
Vampyric pursuits, called “Energy Work.” Using innate and practiced skills, a MOROI VAMPYRE cultivates energies and processes them inward to enhance their Etheric Body.
Ascension allows you to retain your consciousness intact and experience a new Existence due to your a heightened living frequency. The alternative is to be recycled back into this world, forgetting all you have learned – or even become a true Undead after First Death, eternally “wandering” this plane of existence.
As a spiritual tradition, MOROII lore refers to the Grigori, an ancient race of Watchers – metaphorically, the stars and planetary bodies that watch over us. The Watchers appear in the lore of all ancient cultures. They have names specific to each language, but representing Planets of this Solar System every time.
To the MOROII, the Grigori give new Life, the star-power “magic” of Blood – and a map to follow them home. Of this map: half is hidden in Ancient Mesopotamian cuneiform tablet writings and the other half is revealed in Prehistoric Egypt hieroglyphics. And, to make it simple for modern MOROII, the knowledge of both come by way of a “Book of the Dead“ from each culture. [Hint… Hint…]
Moroii ad Vitam Paramus means: “Living Vampyres who are Preparing For Life.”
MOROII dedicate their “mortal” lives to magical and vampyric pursuits, cultivating energy from this Realm and intentionally direct it to their Etheric Body. By empowering the true Self, all that is connected as Identity is empowered.
Millenniums ago, the Egyptians mastered this art. However, Chapters from the “Book of the Dead” (Coming Forth By Day) predate dynastic Egypt. The ancient Egyptian attribute its origins to unknown sources existing earlier than their own civilization.
Modern Moroii ad Vitam study traditional Vampyrism as described in Vampyre’s Bible: Moroi Book of V. We are interested in the effects of media and subculture on Vampyrism – also how Underworld Vampyrism has influenced the Realm.