Why is Judas the first vampire?

There is a legend amongst the Hebrew people that tags Judas, betrayer of Christ, as the original vampire. Judas would fear the sun and be cursed to roam the land in darkness. Judas would never again know the comfort of death and would be damned to only feeding on the blood of living humans for eternity.

Who was considered the first vampire?

The first vampire started out as not a vampire at all, but as a human man named Ambrogio. He was an Italian-born adventurer who fate brought to Delphi, in Greece. You can read the full story here, but in a nutshell a series of blessings and curses transformed this young man into history’s first vampire.

Why is Judas the father of all vampires?

Judas Iscariot The Father Of All Vampires They believed that Judas Iscariot had red hair in life and that vampires with red hair were directly descended from Judas. And the legend says that God refused to allow Judas to escape that way so he ordered him and his decedents to wander the earth as vampires.

Was Judas Iscariot a Dracula?

Backstory. After the death of Jesus Christ, Judas Iscariot committed suicide by hanging himself (as what he did in real life). Judas was later resurrected as a vampire until he changed his name to Count Dracula.

Is Judas forgiven?

DEAR F.B.: No, Judas was not forgiven for his betrayal of Jesus — and one reason is because he could not bring himself to repent of the sin he had committed. Jesus said of His disciples, “None has been lost except the one doomed to destruction” (John 17:12).

Who turned Jesus into a vampire?

God punishes Judas, not only for betraying Jesus, but attempting suicide at dawn, by turning him into the first vampire, and making him vulnerable to silver for taking 30 pieces of silver as payment for his betrayal, and his suicide attempt at dawn also tries to explain a vampire’s violent reaction to sunlight.

Are Judas coins cursed?

The Judas Silver was a cursed collection of thirty Roman coins.