Sol de Grace Wrote:From the time I was five years old, I have been able to notice and create things that, generally, aren't typical to the human kind.
Such as? Most otherkin are of like mind that, since we're all human here and now, every person on the planet (otherkin or not) is capable of the same abilities. To some it might come naturally while others have to work at it, but that doesn't mean that being otherkin somehow gives us abilities that no one else has.
Sol de Grace Wrote:I have a strong taste for blood every so often or, in the least, a need to draw energy from those around me in order to survive.
Have you seen a doctor about this? There are medical conditions that can trigger blood lust and of course leave you feeling run down.
Sol de Grace Wrote:My boyfriend, who happens to be other kin, thinks that I may be a vampyre but the phrase just doesn't seem to fit me and, once I studied up on it a little, neither have some of the things I've been going through my entire life.
Since being a vampire isn't an otherkin thing exactly, but an energetic condition of the human body (to most people and in my head), it's perfectly plausible to be whatever-kin and a vampire.
Sol de Grace Wrote:A lot of my own memories are fractured.
Do you mean memories from this life or past life memories?
Sol de Grace Wrote:Sometimes I remember or envision something that happened to me, but, if I'm human, I shouldn't have even been alive for any of those events.
If you believe in reincarnation, then it's always possible that you were alive for them...just in another life. It's also possible that you were told about them or heard about them but don't remember ever being told.
Sol de Grace Wrote:Other times, I try to remember anything before five years old - like my father's disappearance or the death of my grandmother, things that ordinarily would have stuck in my mind as a tragic moment - but nothing comes up.
The brain is a powerful organ. It can easily create and destroy memories as a form of self-preservation. This ability of the mind is why a lot of people who go through tragic events, especially as children, either don't remember them later in life, remember them differently, or only remember bits and pieces.
Sol de Grace Wrote:Who knows when the next important memory will just disappear and be replaced by a memory I probably shouldn't have?
I wouldn't so much say that your memories are being replaced, but that some memories have been lost to the above mentioned ability of the brain while you remember other things that seem less remarkable or like things you shouldn't remember in the first place.
Sol de Grace Wrote:Starting from age five in my human life, my older brothers often invited, or rather used, me in some of their rituals.
In what way? (If you don't mind my asking, you are in no way obligated to answer if you are uncomfortable doing so.)
Sol de Grace Wrote:My older brothers were adopted and none of them human, but they all seemed to know me better than I knew myself and I loyally let myself listen to them.
When you say "none of them human" what exactly do you mean?
Sol de Grace Wrote:"Can fractured memories and these abilities be a side affect of being born of demon kin? Or is all of this really because of the different rituals I let myself be placed in?"
Well, it's more likely that the fractured memories are a product of the things you've been through in this life (if you mean memories from your present human life). If you are referring to past life memories, it isn't a product of being otherkin at all, just the nature of memories to not be intact and vivid as time goes by from when whatever event(s) took place.
Above all, I'm curious why you think any of this makes you demonkin as opposed to any other kintype.