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Hello, it is us :)
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Hello, it is us :)
Hello all,

I have recently found out about term like Otherkin, and picked up my journey where I left the path to walk on another...

I am davorMagia, also known as Kirayorganadh or Dephiax (all 3 names which suit me, only in different occasions) shortly dav is good for me though <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->

I know for over 10 years I am a sanguinarian (another recently found term for something I never had a better word for than vampire...) and I know I am a wolf/buzzard.
I am also aware of some other "people" in this body, whom I can not "label" as human...
Well, life's a journey, in which we learn more and more every day...

In "regular" life I'm Mario, 23 years old... I draw a lot, find litterally everything at least interesting, yet not always appealing, and am quite involved in paranormal things...

Feel free to ask anything or just send a message, I won't tear anyone into pieces haha

Greetings, dav.
2011-04-11 3:10
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Re: Hello, it is us :)
Welcome, Dav. Did you bring cookies? <!-- s:happy_demon: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/happy_demon.gif" alt=":happy_demon:" title="happy demon" /><!-- s:happy_demon: -->

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2011-04-11 7:21
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Welcome <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile --> Out of curiosity, how did you come to the conclusion that you're a wolf/buzzard therian (interesting mix) and that there are other "beings" sharing your body?

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2011-04-11 19:12
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Also, how do you define 'buzzard'? Do you mean vulture, or do you mean broad-winged hawk, as in buteo?

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2011-04-11 22:50
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@kahoku: Just like the cake, the cookies are a lie too Tongue

@Seraphya: I feel more of a wolf than anything else. My really quiet walking for example, some times I feel like walking on air. I growl when I'm showing dominance (which mostly is to non-human animals), when I focus on hering, I feel like I'm listening with other ears than my human ones and I have felt the connection of a tail several times...
But most of all, as a kid I've heard about a story. A boy being raised by wolves. It felt so... Logical... So familiar or something...

The bird is coming from my urges to litterally spread my wings and fly. I call it a buzzard as it's the most common bird of prey over here. The actual name of the bird, is still unknown to me.

I will describe what I've once seen when I was about 7 years old...

I was sitting behind my mum on her scooter, driving towards home, from swimming lessons...
We came through a forrest where I saw this bird. This memory has never changed s far as I know.
On an old tree, sat a big bird of pray, a dark "helmet" shape of dark feathers on his head, a big light-brown beak, a very light, with black spots, body. It had dark brown wings, at least 9ft of wingspan (it was huge!) it also (and that's the really weird part) a very long brown/black striped tail... About 5ft long... as long as it's body...
As we drove by, it flew up, not making any noise, but all I could see was the take off...

I felt a connection with this bird... And have always felt asif it were part of me. My extremely good eyesight (being able to read stuff from far far away while others just see a blurr) and the urge to fly, combined with this experience, made me come to that conclusion...

As for the other creatures... I did/felt stuff which can't be assigned to the bird, wolf or human... Stuff that's not in their nature... I feel it coming from somewhere (or someone) else... It is complex really, but ever since I was little, I've always said I have me and 12 others in this body... Some human, most non-human... There was a time it became a little bit of a joke, but it always had this serious note to it...

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2011-04-12 5:09
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Well, no, it doesn't answer my question at all... and frankly, I find your giant bird story significantly more difficult to swallow than a set of obscure self-perceptions.

I've spent a major portion of my life studying birds to the exclusion of pretty much everything else. There is no bird with the form and colours you describe, and this isn't a case in which you can say "it just hasn't been discovered yet". You see, there really isn't a square inch of contiguous US territory that doesn't have at least one plane overflying it... and that means virtually the entire nation is covered by radar. Radar can identify individual small birds; it would definitely, absolutely, beyond every shadow of doubt detect a bird the size you describe.
Futhermore, even if the government had some conspiracy to keep secret such a massive bird...

...its size would make flight very difficult. The reason pheasants can have such long tails and still fly is their short, rounded wings and short front-to-back bodies. This construction allows for direct upward take-off, no need for headwind or a running start.
Birds with wingspans over 4' have short, rounded tails, equipped for maneuverability and maximum soaring lift. A long tail would cripple a bird with that kind of wingspan, by reducing or even entirely eliminating its ability to control its direction of flight. Study some wild birds, notice: the ones with very large wings do NOT have very large tails, and vice versa. Wings make lift, tails make direction control for short-winged types. Both together make total inability to fly with any degree of control or maneuverability.

On the other hand, if you're willing to scale down that memory, make the wingspan no more than two feet, the tail length about nine inches, then maybe you saw a dark morph gyrfalcon or an exceptionally large female Peale's peregrine falcon.

That being said, your beliefs are your own... just don't expect to get a lot of co-operation if you insistently push tales of real, physical creatures with outlandish traits.

Welcome to OKP! ^_^

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2011-04-12 13:43
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As I said, it's a weird story, I know that, probably highly unbelievable. And I've done my researches on it to find out it doesn't excist, and never even has... I've seen/experienced some "unbelievable/weird" stuff in my life, about which I deffinately not talk about to just anyone...

But since you asked for it, I gave you my view, with my memory... No puns, offence or whatevs intended, just my side of the story...

By the way, I'm from the netherlands, not the US. So such a bird excisting HERE would be even less believable as the biggest bird of prey living here at this very moment is 1 pair of bald eagles, up next: the buzzard...
2011-04-13 1:57
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*shrug* Birds in the Netherlands are just European birds, and the airspace is even more strictly radar-monitored, due to the denser population and more flights always airborne.


Also, cool to have a NL inhabitant on OKP! ^_^ Hoe gaat het met u?
I know a little Dutch; I grew up near a kid whose family moved to our town from the Netherlands.

Tot ziens, meneer Dav!

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Hahaha awesome, and you write it good aswell <!-- sBig Grin --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_biggrin.gif" alt=":D" title="Very Happy" /><!-- sBig Grin --> That's something new to me hahaha
2011-04-14 3:40
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Re: Hello, it is us :)
Welcome to OKP. What kind of things do you draw - any examples for us?

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