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Summoning Succubi/Incubi

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From: "Jerry_31060" 
Subject: Re: Summoning Succubi/Incubi (Theory and Practice)
Date: Sun, 28 May 2000 00:56:59 -0500

IIRC sucubi and incubi were actually the same demon. In other words a demon
which could appear as male or female depending on whom they were interacting
with. They were probably posited as an explanation for sexual dreams and
nocturnal emissions. Even if they are not real, as you believe, you are
probably aware that even literary creations can be effectively evoked by a
magician, -at the very least in the form of an egregore. (Some magicians can
conjure up the shade of Gandalf or Galadriel, which then acts appropriately
and has the appropriate characteristics and knowledge) For some people this
(summoning a sucubi, etc.) would be a very dangerous undertaking and for
others a pleasurable one,
depending on what their concept of such a creature entails.

Jerry Adams
AKA:  Praxis

Jerry Adams
AKA:  Praxis
"Dread_not"  wrote in message
> "SOD of the CoE"  wrote in message
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> > 50000526 IVom Hail Satan!
> >
> > a correspondent wrote:
> > >I have read many things on Demonolatry
> >
> > there aren't many texts on the subject, and the activity of worshipping
> > that which one regards as antagonistic to oneself is somewhat dangerous,
> > if not patently self-destructive. if by 'demon' you merely mean some
> > faction of spirit, then worshipping them may yield results according to
> > the nature of the relationship and the spirit involved (as with any
> Lots of good info in your post, however, for my part, incubi and Succubi
> more suited to mythology than fact.  As a matter of opinion, attempts to
> attract them, are prime examples of experiments in futility.   Simply
> another AD&D creature that's made it's way into mainstream magick.  Nice
> essay on them, though.
> Dread_not

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