posted on May, 21 2013 @ 01:09 PM
reply to post by TauNorthwolf
Hey there TauNorthwolf,
As a paranormal investigator/advisor and practicing witch (for over 25 yrs) I have been called on to help calm and repair the victims of both succubus
and incubus ... I have to say that in none of the cases I have dealt with were the entities summoned by the person(s) effected (I have never met
anyone that stupid)
These entities said encounters / visits / and attacks can take a lot out of the person experiencing them on all levels to varying degrees (physical /
psychological / spiritual) ... the basic job of both incubus and succubus is to drain energy from their victim leaving them drained (much like a
social vampire) ... however the method of these entities is via sexual desire and lust resulting in intercourse.
Now don't get me wrong ... sexual desire / lust / and intercourse can be most enjoyable when consensual ... but become something else entirely when
non-consensual ... it then becomes rape of the soul-energy.
And before you start shouting at me that the people who choose to summon these succubi are doing it consensually ... that's all well and good (we
have the gift of freewill after all) ... but what happens when the summoner decides they want to stop ... and trust me they will !!!
Just like the naive people who think it's cool to summon other types of demon ... just to see what happens for the hell of it (pun intended) your
'pet' succubus might not want to leave ... she may not be finished with you ... she may want to stay and suck more of your lifeforce and energy ...
and that my friend is when the trouble starts ... nothing kills the pleasure of sexual desire / lust / and intercourse like a succubus who's not
ready to leave.
Bottom line ... the 'summoner' has not a pinch of control in this situation ... don't believe me get in touch with your 'Occult Master' and give
it a try but don't expect a refund or sympathy off him when it all goes belly-up
Well I have no idea what wikipedia has to say on this subject but this is what 'I' have to say (just as you asked)