You’ve heard the term “psychic vampire” before, but have you ever heard of a psychic werewolf? (Hint: This isn’t a person who claims psychic abilities who transforms into a werewolf on nights of the full moon.) Psychic vampires are entities who may or may not be human, who feed on psychic or spiritual energy as opposed to blood. Psychic werewolves, on the other hand, are always non-human, although they are created by humans. They are creatures composed of pure psychic energy, what would be known as a “tulpa” in Tibetan mysticism, and they may be created either intentionally or accidentally by a human being possessing psychic abilities. They are, in essence, created out of pure thought. And they have thoughts, or at least motivations, all their own. They aren’t puppets to be commanded by their creator. This inability of the creator to control them, if one accepts that such things as psychic werewolves really exist, is what makes the entities so potentially dangerous.
Violet Firth, better known by her pseudonym Dion Fortune, described in her book PSYCHIC SELF-DEFENSE how she inadvertently created a psychic werewolf. It materialized next to her in bed one night. Her werewolf refused to heed her telepathic commands, she claimed, and was decidedly evil in nature. She was able to “reabsorb” the beast before it could do any real harm. Sadly we have no evidence for the existence of her psy-wolf, as she took no photographs. (If it would have even shown up in a photograph, anyway.) Do you believe her story? Did she really conjure a werewolf out of pure psychic energy?