A symbol to mean immortality for the Lions (but modified to mean “peace” by Aleister Crowley. The “V” symbol was most likely derived from the research into Exclusion Zone (EZ) water (which is the fourth phase of water). Water (denoted as H20) is a bent water molecule that forms a “V” when Oxygen is at the bottom of the stick and ball model of the molecule.
“(Hebrew: Arpad, Alukah, Yiddish: Estrie). A bloodlusting monster. The earliest reference to a vampire appears in the Bible, where it is called an alukah (Prow 30:15). Jewish traditions about vampires vary over history. Sometimes they are regarded as demonic spirits, other times vampirism is an attribute of a witch. The earliest mention of vampires appears in the Testament of Solomon, where vampirism is one malevolent activity of demons.
Interesting information on Jewish beliefs about vampirism ism appears in Sefer Chasidim, where the creature is understood to be a living human being, akin to a witch, that can shape-change into a wolf. It can fly (by releasing its long hair) and will eventually die if prevented from feeding on blood for a long enough time. Once dead, a vampire can be prevented from becoming a demon by being buried with its mouth stuffed with earth (Toldot Adam v’Chavah 28).”
Rabbi Geoffrey W. Dennis. The Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic and Mysticism (Kindle Locations 5964-5967). Kindle Edition.