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Legend of Dracula

The legend of Dracula.

Is the classic Dracula, a vampire is found in the works of Bram Stoker, an Irish writer known. Is the name of Prince Vlad Dracula III novel that earned place in history by impaling his enemies to live.

In the time before the years 1400, Vlad’s father, Vlad II had been a military governor of Transylvania, which was part of the Order of the Dragon (Ordo Dracul). Place designated by the Holy Roman Emperor Sigmund to protect Christian Europe against the invading forces of the Ottoman Empire. After indoctrination into the secret society by Christian knights in 1431, father of Vlad became known as Vlad Dracul, meaning Vlad the Dragon. When his son was born he became known as Dracula, meaning “son of the dragon” or “son of the devil” as most would like.

Vlad Dracul III is also known as Vlad Tepes, who defends his country through acts of savagery and barbarism. In its bloody reign was delighted in torturing and killing those who dare to step on his field. Vlad Tepe draws in large wooden victims then exposed to edge borders as a warning to deter invading armies. The preferred method of execution earned him the nickname Vlad Tepes, Vlad insemnad who impaled. It is believed that Vlad has executed somewhere between 40,000 and 100,000 people in this horrible and cruel way.

One of the most notable acts of sadistic Vlad impaling focused on hundreds of merchants Saxon Hill in Tampa. Vlad has feasted and feasted while watching those who squirm and struggling in agony. Even said he wants to drink the blood of victims from a bowl. Some might think that being a sadistic vampire blood that walk after but others believe that its ruthless measures were a necessary strategy in order to destabilizing the country and to keep invading armies at bay.

Vlad is killed in battle in 1476. His body was beheaded and his head exposed in the Turkish capital of Istanbul. The body is buried at Snagov monastery. Dracula is known as a national hero who sacrificed his life in the struggle for independence, yet according to legend, his deeds wild and excommunication from the Church condemned to wander the world like a ghost. Vlad Tepes was described as a monster, a vampire who drinks the blood of humans but also a great lover of cruelty. Transylvania was the land that housed the mysterious Bran Castle (Dracula’s Castle becoming) a castle filled with ghosts and vampires in the middle of a dark forest. Transformation into Count Dracula is because it would satisfy their thirst by drinking the blood of the defeated.

“Dracula Ave, Ordo Dracul
  Master, hihihi “

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