'For this life is but a penance for misdeeds and shortcomings in former lives. However the imprisoned 'soul' or 'spirit' must wait until the present body is completely destroyed…for the fulfillment of its inevitable Karma.' 'Yet, by some uncanny mutual understanding, this was an occasion of truce between man and bird of prey… The vampires pounced upon the exposed body…Hardly a blood-stain remained of what had once been my faithful Musketeer.'
Source of Descriptive Information
Forman, H. (1936). Through forbidden Tibet: An adventure into the unknown. London: Jarrolds. (p. 280-284).