I was unclear. I mean a source that's actually related to Supernatural - or even the scientific community - and not whatever the hell that website is. I know for a fact there is no scientific name for a species that doesn't exist (e.g.: vampires), so...
You have been blocked for three days, for inserting false information. There is no proof that the website you link to has anything in common with Supernatural, in fact mentions of fictitious vampires makes that impossible. Zane T 69 (talk) 13:51, May 6, 2018 (UTC)
It was, as Orion said, irrelevant, and misleading. You inserting false/misleading information and were blocked for it, and you even admitted that it wasn't Supernatural related and that link was riddled with typos and information from other fandoms. Your putting that there could have caused new editors to take it as canon for Supernatural and put that info into articles, and you would been responsible for multiple blocks. Further more, the links you posted aren't even remotely valid sources. You broke a rule, you kinda admitted that, and were punished for it. Just move on and don't repeat the offense. Zane T 69 (talk) 13:47, May 10, 2018 (UTC)
You have freedom within the subject and rules of the wiki, and that subject is Supernatural. If you want to write fan fiction, there are other wikis for that.
That's a good point as well: the information you inserted was false. Not just in the context of the Supernatural franchise, but in the context of biology as a whole. There is no "scientific name" for a fictional species. Science deals in things that exist; not made-up stories.
As I said before, and Orion agrees; it was false information, and invalid and irrelevant information. The bottom line is that you broke a rule, possibly unknowingly, and were punished. It's time to move on, because I'm not spending my day repeating myself a dozen times, and I'm done with this conversation. Zane T 69 (talk) 15:04, May 10, 2018 (UTC)