Research & Statistics
Suscitatio Enterprises LLC, Atlanta, Georgia, USA:
Vampire & Energy Work Research Survey (VEWRS)
An Introspective Examination Of The Real Vampire Community
Authorized Edition v1.0 – 22 March 2006
Advanced Vampirism & Energy Work Research Survey (AVEWRS)
Examining The Intricacies Of The Vampiric Condition
Authorized Edition v2.0 – 1 August 2006
“The Vampirism & Energy Work Research Study is a detailed sociological and phenomenological study of the real vampire community conducted by Suscitatio Enterprises, LLC. Two surveys were released in 2006 that were answered by nearly 950 individuals from all paths within the vampire community and throughout the world. The first was the Vampire & Energy Work Research Survey (VEWRS) with 379 Questions in March 2006; and the second was the Advanced Vampirism & Energy Work Research Survey (AVEWRS) with 688 Questions in August 2006. From 2006 to 2009 a combined response total (VEWRS & AVEWRS) reached over 1,450 surveys or over 670,000 individually answered questions; making it the largest and most in-depth research study ever conducted on the real vampire/vampyre community or subculture.”
Local South African Community:
South African Vampyre Alliance (SAVA) and South African Vampyre Culture Center (SAVCC): VVDFGS, 2012.
The Vampyre & Vampyric Donor Focus Group Survey (VVDFGS) will focus on self-identifying Vampyres in South Africa, as well as the different sub-classes of how Vampyres identify, and also on those Vampyres who also donate to other Vampyres. It will also work to demonstrate how Vampyres in South Africa interact, perceive themselves and the SA VC, and gather useful statistics which will aid the cause of presenting an accurate image of the local Vampyre Community, and also to build a clear picture of South Africa’s Vampyre Community demographic, to reflect who we are, what we feel about our condition/state/identity or circumstances, and basically what sort of people we are, statistically speaking. One of the main goals is to investigate to what extent certain stereotypes regarding Vampyres, established in previous surveys such as the VEWRS and AVEWRS, are true or untrue in South Africa.