Can humans get pregnant by vampires
The child of human mother & a vampire father is called a dhampir, a word & a concept that go all the way back to Slavic folklore. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-humans-get-pregnant-by-vampires ]
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- Can a vampire get a human pregnant?
- I hate to give away a spoiler, but in Twilight Edward is able to get Bella pregnant. He does NOT turn her until AFTER the child is born (which I believe took 3 days). It was explained that if a vampire turned a human while she was pregnant,...
- Can a vampire female get pregnant by a human male??
- a female vampire's body can't change to bear a child. Believe me, if a vampire woman could get pregnant by a human male then Rosalie (from the ever popular twilight saga) would be a mother. some of them would
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- The reason Bella got pregnant by Edward, does this make sense ?
- Q: Okay, so i think i found out the reason why Edward got Bella pregnant.Here's a quote from Breaking Dawn, pages 125-126.Sorry if the punctuation is off, it's a long quote, aha."And then i remembered something--a morning of internet research that seemed a lifetime ago now. Sitting at the old desk in my room at Charlie's house with gray light glowing dully through the window, staring at my ancient , wheezing computer, reading avidly through a website called "Vampires A-Z." It had been less than twenty four hours since Jacob Black, trying to entertain me with the Quileute legends he didn't believe in yet, had told me that Edward was a vampire. I'd scanned anxiously through the first entries on the site, which was dedicated to vampire myths around the world. The Filipino Danag, the Hebrew Estrie, the Romanian Varacolaci, the Italian Stregoni benefici (a legend actually based on my new father-in-law's early exploits with the Volturi, not that I'd known anything about that at the time).... I'd paid less and less attention as the stories had grown more and more implausible. I only remembered vague bits of the later entries. They mostly seemed like excuses dreamed up to explain things like infant mortality rates-- and infidelity. No honey, I'm not having an affair ! That sexy woman you saw sneaking out of the house was an evil succubus. I'm lucky I escaped with my life! (Of course, with what i knew now about Tanya and her sisters, I suspected that some of those excuses had been nothing but fact.) There had been one of those for the ladies, too. How can you accuse me of cheating on you-- just because you've come home from a two-year sea voyageand I'm pregnant? It was the incubus. He hypnotized me with is mystical vampire powers...That had been part of the definition of the incubus-- the ability to father children with his hapless prey.I shook my head, dazed. But...I thought of Esme and especially Rosalie. Vampires couldn't have children. If it were possible, Rosalie would have found a way by now. The incubus myth was nothing but a fable.Except that... well there was a difference. Of course Rosalie could not conceive a child, because she was frozen in the state in which she passed from human to inhuman. Totally unchanging. And human women's bodies had to change to bear children. The constant change of a monthly cycle for one thing, and then the bigger changes needed to accommodate a growing child. Rosalie's body couldn't changeBut mine could. Mine did. I touched the bump on my stomach that had not been there yesterday."Sorry that was so long, but yeah, i think that's what happened. If it is a female human and a male vampire, and the vampire is pretty much an incubus, i think it can happen.So i think that's how Bella became pregnant, because Edward is able to, somehow. I know you're probably thinking "Edward doesn't have any bodily fluids except venom" And so am i. But all i am saying right now is that if Meyer explains how that could happen, like maybe you only need venom from a male and an egg from a woman to create a half vampire half human, if maybe the venom can work like sperm?It's a thought. I'm sorry, i didn't mean that Edward was an incubus, though i did kind of say it, i was typing it out like how i would talk , and an idea came spur of the moment.Anyways, i don't think that Edward is evil, i think that it could happen to any male vampire and female human.
- A: Guys...this is a work of FICTION. Stephenie Meyer has already taken the artistic liberty to change her version of a vampire from the normal, traditional view. Why is it so hard to just let this happen and realize that, as the author, she has the right to make her characters different than another author makes theirs. Edward does not have to be an Incubus to get Bella pregnant. Let us all remember the supernatural element to these books. They are not supposed to be REAL; take that into consideration before you start freaking out about how unreal it is.This is kinda like watching "Cars"--a cartoon about TALKING CARS--and saying "you know, this is just not believable; that model can't possibly turn that sharply". You see how ridiculous it is?
- Who else disliked the last 2 books of the Twilight saga?
- Q: So I put off reading the Twilight books or seeing the film for a while as I saw it as teeny-bopperish. I do love vampire books/films (Anne Rice, etc) so when I saw recently that Twilight was on cable I thought I'd give it a try.WARNING- SPOILERS below!!!!!! ***Thought the movie was somewhat compelling and bought the first two books at the airport last week, and read them both was on vacation. Was really excited to read the next 2 books, was disappointed in Eclipse, but Breaking Dawn was HORRIBLE!!!!!!!! Omg!!!!!!! Seriously, the series should have ended after New Moon!I mean, the author goes against every rule she set up (vampires can't have babies, newborn vampires are bloodthirsty, it hurts to transform, etc.). And Jacob imprinting on a BABY? Ugh! Bella getting pregnant by Edward and having a hybrid human/vampire baby (what happened to the last 3 books where Carlisle and Rosalie both explained vampires can't have children, etc). I know the author explained it away with a ridiculous explaination that Edward was a virgin when he was made so there was, um, sperm still there. WTF??? And the birth scene where he ripped through her uterus with his teeth to get the baby out? And the baby's ridiculous name? And she really wanted Edward to transform her, but instead of anything seductive he injects her with venom in her heart? UGH UGH UGH!!!!!! What about the anticlimax at the end?The whole series was based on having to make a life-altering CHOICE, and making the ultimate SACRIFICE (giving up the chance for children, her family and friends, going through a horrific transformation where as a newborn she will be bloodthirsty.... NONE of that happens!).Everything at the end was all sugary-sweet and had the perfect happy ending. What a total letdown after the first 2 books.... WTH!!!!Anyone else agree?I know Eclipse is coming out as a film this summer, and I hope and pray they don't make the last dreadful book into a film!!!
- A: Yes, I agree so much. Around March/April 2008 I used to be a twi-hard, loved Edward and worshipped Bella but always liked Alice better. Then in August I read Breaking Dawn, I wad horrified. She violated her own rules, that's a huge plothole! I'm a Christian but I was seriously hoping that they would abort the baby. The only glimmer of hope was the growing relantionship between Leah and Jacob. Too bad pedophilia is a recurring theme in the book, so he imprented on Reneesme (gag me please). After Bella became a vamp, I hated her. She was arrogant, bossy, and moody. Even worse, she's the perfect vampire. I read the other books and realized how their love was unrealistic, how Bella is a Mary sue with no personality. Ugh, Twilight should've stayed as a stand alone. P.S. I'm praying that the directors seriously change the novel so that Leah( only character with personality) and Jacob end up together.
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- Q: read a vampire book a long time ago and cant remember title or author.I'm pretty sure a woman wrote it. a vampire woman gets pregnant by a human man and has a daughter. all i remember, hope someone can help.i know it was not anne rice. i read the book in like the late 90s early 2000s
- A: Could you be thinking of the Sonja Blue Series by Nancy Collins?
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