Oderint Dum Metuant (Coven) Felan carries the Mark of Coven Master Ciardha

When's the next VR cruise, already?
Set at 15:01 on November 01, 2021

Vampire Rave member for 1 years.

Status:  Spellbinder (81.67)
Rank:  Member
Honor 0    [ Give / Take ]
Affiliation:  Oderint Dum Metuant (Coven)
Account Type:  Regular
Referred By:  Fanboy
Gender:  Male
Birthdate:  Hidden
Age:  Hidden

On top of the Sphinx


Bite Felan

Stalk Felan



“Suffering in search of truth gives true meaning to the truth.”

Real vampires love Vampire Rave.


Greetings and salutations. My name is Tommy and It's a pleasure to meet you all. Thank you kindly for visiting my profile. I must apologize in advance for my feeble attempt at a theme but since I was a boy I was always fascinated with the Pyramids and ancient Egypt in general. It has such a rich history and so many technological wonders that you cannot help but to be fascinated by some aspect of that wonderful culture. I love Egyptian mythology as well and can spend hours researching the various deities. They believed order not chaos was the will of the gods which was a concept that always appealed to me. I was always amazed that all the necessities of life were represented by an Egyptian god or goddess. I am totally a product of New York and still make my home in this wonderful state. I love all the New York sports teams and I totally love the New York Renaissance Faire, which I try to see at least once a year. I'm Italian/American and fiercely proud of my heritage. I would like to tell you all that I am independently wealthy and have retired but that would be a lie of course so let's just say I still have to earn a living somehow. I have been engaged three times but never gone through with the actual marriages; maybe that says something about me and commitment, I do not know.

Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

My dislikes mostly have to do with people who think they are better than everyone else. You run across these jerkoffs online all the time, the term used to describe them are elitists. I also can't stand bullies, both online and in real life. I especially can't stand people who take pleasure in trying to make other people miserable. There is no need for such behavior but that seems to be the thing here on Vampire Rave. Why is it when someone is in a position of power they always seem to change for the worse? Why not use that power to help others? I really do wonder are these people like this IRL? They would never get away with it because they wouldn't have a keyboard to hide behind. The way I rate is simple, everyone gets a 10 from me unless they downrated me first and then I give them the same rate that they gave me. In all my years on VR I only downrated one person on purpose and that was because they treated me disrespectfully. The name Felan was chosen because it means little wolf or like a wolf in Gaelic. It's taken from the names Phelan and Faolan. Below in the NAV box I put some of my favorite this and thats. They are in no particular order, I just put them down as I thought of them... Thank you for visiting my profile and best wishes to you and your families....Always remember if you fall seven times make sure you stand up eight.

Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

The Dark Kindred
Oderint Dum Metuant (Coven)
Deva Victrix

Back Home


Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

*Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
*Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II
*Star Wars: The Old Republic
*Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn
*The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
*The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
*he Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
*Scarface: The World Is Yours
*The Godfather
*Mass Effect
*Mass Effect 2
*Mass Effect 3
*Mafia 2
*Halo 3
*Halo 4
*Halo :Reach
*Rome: Total War
*Medieval II: Total War
*Empire: Total War
*Napoleon: Total War
*Total War: Shogun 2
*Total War: Rome II
*Total War: Attila
*Baldur’s Gate
*Neverwinter Nights 2
*Pool of Radiance
*Neverwinter Nights
*Final Fantasy
*Mortal Kombat
*Street Fighter
*Killer Instinct
*Ninja Gaiden
*Bushido Blade

Back Home


Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

*Stephen King
*Dean Koontz
*Anne Rice
*Patricia Cornwell
*James Patterson
*Mario Puzo
*Nicholas Pileggi
*Jerry Capeci
*Agatha Christie
*J. R. R. Tolkien
*Tom Clancy
*John Grisham
*Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Back Home


Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

*Conan the Barbarian (1982)
*Percy Jackson & the Olympians
*Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
*Big Trouble in Little China
*Seven Samurai(1954)
*Halloween (1978)
*The Mummy Returns
*The Mummy
*Reign of Fire
*The Terminator
*Saturday Night Fever
*The Kingdom of Heaven
*Arn – The Knight Templar
*Monty Python and the Holy Grail
*Terminator 2: Judgment Day
*Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
*Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
*The Empire Strikes Back
*Terminator 2: Judgment Day
*Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
*An American Werewolf in London
*Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
*Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
*Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
*The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
*The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
*The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
*The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
*The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
*The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
*The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
*Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
*Dracula: Prince of Darkness
*Bram Stoker's Dracula
*The Scorpion King
*Ginger Snaps
*The Howling
*The Shining
*The Thing (1982)
*Rosemary's Baby
*The Lost Boys
*Dracula (1979)
*Dracula (1958)
*Prince of Darkness
*Village of the Damned
*Escape from New York
*From Dusk til Dawn
*They Live
*The Godfather
*Donnie Brasco
*Pulp Fiction
*Rob Roy
*First Knight
*A Knight's Tale

Back Home

TV shows

Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

*The X-files
*Twin Peaks
*Magnum PI
*Miami Vice
*Star Trek
*The Walking Dead
*American Horror Story
*Game of Thrones
*Boardwalk Empire
*Ash vs Evil Dead
*Shewolf of London
*Highlander: The Series
*Friday the 13th (the series)
*Buffy the Vampire Slayer
*Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
*Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
*Xena: Warrior Princess
*Kindred:The Embraced
*Battlestar Galactica
*Stargate SG-1
*Stargate Atlantis

Back Home


Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

*Within Temptation
*Black Sabbath
*Iron Maiden
*Led Zeppelin

Back Home

The Sphinx

The Great Sphinx of Giza is a giant 4,500-year-old limestone statue situated near the Great Pyramid in Giza, Egypt. Measuring 240 feet (73 meters) long and 66 feet (20 meters) high, the Great Sphinx is one of the world’s largest monuments. It is also one of the most recognizable relics of the ancient Egyptians, though the origins and history of the colossal structure are still debated. What Egyptians called the Great Sphinx during its prime remains a riddle, because the word sphinx originates from Greek mythology some 2,000 years after the statue was built. It’s also unclear in what regard Egyptians held the Sphinx during the Old Kingdom (c. 2613-2181 B.C.), as there are few texts that discuss the statue. However, Khafre associated himself with the god Horus and the Great Sphinx may have been known as Harmakhet (“Horus on the Horizon”), as it was during the New Kingdom (1570-1069 B.C.). Whatever the case, the statue began to fade into the desert background at the end of the Old Kingdom, at which point it was ignored for centuries. Inscriptions on a pink granite slab between the Great Sphinx’s paws tell the story of how the statue was saved from the sands of time. Prince Thutmose, son of Amenhotep II, fell asleep near the Sphinx, the story goes. In Thutmose’s dream, the statue, calling itself Harmakhet, complained about its state of disarray and made a deal with the young prince: It would help him become pharaoh if he cleared away the sand from the statue and restored it. Whether or not the dream actually occurred is unknown, but when the prince did, in fact, become Pharaoh Thutmose IV, he introduced a Sphinx-worshipping cult to his people. Statues, paintings, and reliefs of the figure popped up across the country and the sphinx became a symbol of royalty and the power of the sun.

Real vampires love Vampire Rave.


Horus was an important and ancient deity in Egyptian Mythology. His name means “The One Far Above” and is commonly known as Heru or Har by the Greeks. Horus was originally the Sky God, but he is also known as War God, Hunter’s God, God of Kingship and others. He played the role as the protector of the ruler of Egypt. His appearance portrayed as a hawk headed man, holding scepter and ankh and wearing a white and red colored crown. The white and red colors represent Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt. Sometimes he is also shown as a hawk, a lion with the head of a hawk or a hawk resting on the neck of the pharaoh. During the pharaoh’s reign, they identified themselves with Horus and the Egyptians believed that Horus has manifested in human form. Horus was also known as Harmerty (Horus of two eyes). His left eye was the sun and the right eye the moon in view of the fact that he was the sky god. Based on myth, Horus was the son of Isis and Osiris. Horus fought with Set for the throne of Egypt after his father Osiris was murdered by his brother Set. He lost one of his eyes during the battle. But it was healed by Thoth, the God of Wisdom. Horus won the battle, cast Set out into the desert and then he became the ruler of the world of the living. Horus was worshipped all over Egypt. Horus cult temples were built at Edfu and Hierakonpolis in Upper Egypt and at Behdet in the Delta. Horus depicted in many different forms. But only some of these forms were worshipped by Egyptians and the others were just built as a cult.

Real vampires love Vampire Rave.


Anubis is another ancient deity of Egypt mostly connected with the underworld. He is known as the guardian of the necropolis. He is also the protector of the dead as he ushers them into the underworld. He is also known as the god of embalming. He is represented as a man with the head of a jackal with alert ears and wearing a red ribbon. He is the son of Nephthys and Osiris. He is also known as Yinepu or Anpu from the Egyptian words “inpu” and “inp” that translates and relates to the words royal child and decay respectively. He is better known with the following epithets: Imy-ut or He Who is In the Place of Embalming, and nub-tA-djser or Lord of the Sacred Land. In his human form, he is usually seen holding scepter in his hand. He may also be depicted taking the form of a jackal or a black dog usually seen accompanying Isis. He is seldom seen in full human form except in the cenotaph temple of Rameses II at Abydos. His sacred symbol includes the black and white ox-hide hanging from a pole, embalming material, flails and flag. He was originally thought of as the son of Ra and his wife Hesat. However, later myths suggest that he was the son of Nephthys and Osiris or Set and Nephthys. There are many versions why Osiris sired a son with Nephthys – a loyal sister of Isis. One of the most popular story tells that Nephthys disguised Isis got Osiris drunk and seduced him. In other stories, he is believed to be the adopted son of Osiris. He is attributed to the building of the first tombs. In ancient times, dogs and jackals always patrolled the desert adjacent to the burial sites. Tombs, usually of more elaborate designs, were built in order to protect the dead from these animals. This is presumably the reason why Anubis took the form of the jackal (the sAb) or the wild dog (the iwiw). His fur is black (a stark difference from the brown of the jackals) because the color symbolized fertility – an idea closely related to rebirth in afterlife. Originally, Anubis was the god of the underworld in the Ogdoad cosmogony. However, the growing popularity of the Ennead in the Middle Kingdom, he was relegated into the shepherd of the dead and the lord of mummification as he voluntarily gave up his position in favor of his father.

Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

In the pyramid text of Unas, he was associated with the Eye of Horus that served as a guide for the dead in finding Osiris. In another legend, he together with Wepwawet guides the dead to the hall of Ma’at for judging. He is believed to stay throughout the process of weighing of the hearts and guarded the Scales of truth. After the ceremony, he would lead the innocent into a fruitful afterlife in Duat or the Field of Celestial Offerings while the sinful and guilty will be devoured by Ammit. He is believed to have invented embalming – the first form of mummification. He is responsible for embalming the dead body of Osiris when he was killed by Set. Anubis preserved the body until his eventual resurrection. In his role as the god of mummification, in preserving of the body of the dead, Egyptians use sweet smelling herbs and plants because it would help the deceased on his way to afterlife. It is believed that Anubis would sniff the mummy and only those who smelled pure will be directed to Duat. Tombs found in the Valley of the Kings were often sealed with the image of Anubis. This is done because the deity is thought to subdue the enemies of the state known as the nine bows thus the title “Jackal Ruler of the Bows”. The god, as many believed, was guarding the tombs both physically and spiritually. Similarly, another epithet tpy-djuf or “He who is on his Mountain” Anubis is seen keeping watch from the hill on top of the Theban necropolis. Moreover, Anubis is likewise known as khentyamentiu or Foremost of the Westerners because he protected the doorway to the Underworld (referred to as the place of the West). He is also associated with Wepwawet and became the patron of lost souls including orphans as well as the funeral rites. The worship of Anubis extends all throughout Egypt with its cult center in Hardai or Cynopolis located in the seventeenth nome of Upper Egypt, in Abt in the eighth nome of Upper Egypt and in Saut or Asyut, in the thirteenth nome of Upper Egypt. Like the cats of Bastet, a cemetery known as Anubeion is found in the desert of Saqqara dedicated to mummified dogs and jackals.

Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

Bleach - Kurosaki Ichigo's Sword Zangetsu

Member Since: Sep 03, 2021
Last Login: Nov 25, 2021
Times Viewed: 5,540

Times Rated:224

Rate this profile

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Optional comment:

Mar 20, 2023
Real vampires love Vampire Rave.
Jan 27, 2023

I have rated you a 10, please rate me back when you get a chance.

Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

Jan 22, 2023
Real vampires love Vampire Rave.

[ All Comments ]

© 2004 - 2023 Vampire Rave
All Rights Reserved.
Vampire Rave is a member of 
Page generated in 0.0743 seconds.

I agree to Vampire Rave's Privacy Policy.
I agree to Vampire Rave's Terms of Service.
I agree to Vampire Rave's DMCA Policy.
I agree to Vampire Rave's use of Cookies.