Does a werewolf remember?

Readers,

There are some features of a werewolf that seem to relate to other animals, such as wolves, and this is where there is some confusion. While it is true that werewolves may look similar to the wolves we sometimes see in our wilderness we should not forget that a werewolf is not only animal but also human and “beast.” Each PIECE of this ANIMAL is presented at different times and almost always each one of these “faces” are not consciously aware of the other. The exception comes while the “werewolf” is in human form, while he is in human form he realizes that he may at some point begin metamorphosis into the werewolf, this is as far as his memory can serve him. Once in werewolf form he will not have any awareness of his human counterpart until the reverse transformation has taken place and he wakes in human form. The human wakes to find himself not as he remembered before he transformed and he will not have any other recollection of the events that unfolded when he was a werewolf. To be more clear on the assessment of werewolves we can put this into some perspective. Take for example the dissociative disorder humans sometimes have; this disorder plays into the hands of the werewolf so that all loss of morals, memory, awareness, and control are in the hands of the “beast.” The temporary loss of control and memory of these important functions can be prove to be very dangerous as in the werewolf’s case.

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Werewolf967

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13 Responses

  1. BlueWerewolf says:

    you have no idea how much you are wrong and stupid about us we are not like that, we remember the whole thing sometimes but mainly we remember fragments of our transformations but we remember and you claim we dont get your freakin facts straight man

  2. sb99 says:

    Lol oh……so your saying that its like a hangover………lol

  3. Suki says:

    whats with the weird names well not most of them but this dont look like a name more like a file number then again sb99 also looks like a type of explosive

  4. sb99 says:

    Sory my username is sb99 because i seacretly like to watch sbongebob and the 99 part is there because like the # 99

  5. Suki says:

    ok but first of who dont like sponge bob and ok its just realy weird how some ppl will come here with names that no one can even pronounce or spell

  6. Crystal says:

    This was an interesting post. I never thought of the connection you mention here: “Take for example the dissociative disorder humans sometimes have; this disorder plays into the hands of the werewolf so that all loss of morals, memory, awareness, and control are in the hands of the “beast.” The temporary loss of control and memory of these important functions can be prove to be very dangerous as in the werewolf’s case.”

    This makes sense. And I’m not sure if you know, but I just heard on TV that Wisconsin has the highest report of werewolf sightings in the United States. Any thoughts on why that might be?

  7. hopeful human says:

    lots of words….

  8. Kyle says:

    yeah I remember how painful transeformation is.

  9. skyler says:

    so you dont remember? or you do? what is the joy and “blessing” of being a werewolf if you cant remeber the thrill??

  10. skyler says:

    @BlueWerewolf: what makes you think you are a werewolf?

  11. Loki says:

    two times in my life everything went black and I didnt know what I did. The first time I hurt someone so much, she had to go to hospital. According to witnesses I walked up to her, staring blankly, said nothing and…well, I dont know what I did exactly. Does anyone know what could have happened?

  1. June 13, 2010

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