The Incubus & Succubus Jun 3, 2007 12:05:28 GMT -5
Post by Brad-LaSpirits on Jun 3, 2007 12:05:28 GMT -5
A ghostly attack may be manifested many ways in a weak person, such
as being frightful, disoriented, weak; having feelings of negativity,
thoughts of depression, thoughts of suicide or even ghost possession.
Not all of these symptoms are indicative of negative ghosts being
present, but have been noted as signs of negative ghostly presence
from those who are vulnerable. Sexually perverse ghosts called
incubus or succubus have also been experienced by some.
Hypnogogia or The Sleeping State which is the Experience Sometimes
during the period of falling asleep (the hypnagogic or hypnogogic
state), strange experiences called hypnogogia have been reported. A
hypnogogic sensation can be a dream-like experience, seeming quite
real. Sometimes during these strange
sensations, people have experienced a visitor or visitors which are
usually described as a malevolent presence; while being overcome with
sleep paralysis, whereby the person is left unable to move and
frightened. Many times people will also feel a pressure or weight on
their chest or back, with a sensation of not being able to breathe
and impending doom. This fear could be caused from the experience
itself, thus being panic-induced. People have reported hearing
footsteps, voices and other noises as well as seeing lights, shadows
and people moving about the room. A floating sensation and/or
vibration similar to what happens in an out-of-body experience may
also occur. Many have reported alien
abduction, extra-sensory perception, telepathy, prophetic visions and
apparitions during hypnagogia.
Incubus Succubus - What are they?
During the hypnogogic state, but not limited to it, some have
reported being harassed or even sexually abused. Ghosts of people,
who have sexual addictions and remain earthbound, have been reported
to make continued attempts to feed their addictions. A male ghost of
this type is called an incubus; while a female ghost of this nature
is known as a succubus. Mythology has long reported
the existence of succubus and incubus ghosts (succubi and incubi),
but has typically described them as "demons," not disembodied humans.
Medieval legends exist of female succubus demons tempting monks to
have sexual relations, or that succubi attempt to lie on women in
order to spawn more demons, etc. Most of these mythological
interpretations seemed to have been created during medieval times and
have evolved since to other modern day interpretations.
It has long been reported that various addictions will cause a person
to become a ghost, due to the person preferring to remain earthbound
upon death of the physical body, to continue in the preferred lust.
Psychics have reported alcoholic ghosts hanging around bars and other
places to experience the high through another person drinking in the
establishment. The ghost may try and
"attach" to the person or possess the body if possible. Thus, ghost
possession (spirit possession) is quite real and does not take place
from what many deem as "demons." During the possession, the co-
inhabiting ghost will seek to become dominant over the host's body.
Witnesses have seen a striking personality change, along with changes
in behavior unfamiliar to the victim's friends and
Sexuality perverseness of all kinds is only one type of the many
addictions a ghost may attempt to seek out through another person.
The ghost of a sexually addicted person may seek to "touch" or
somehow experience sex with those in physical bodies. It does not
have to be during sleep, before sleep, or even through possession.
Some people have reported being touched inappropriately at all times
of the day. A ghost that is out to harm others must not be left to do
so, and needs to be dealt with as soon as possible. This may require
a good psychic to help the ghost in moving toward the light and