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Demoniality: Or, Incubi and Succubi
|Demoniality: Or, Incubi and Succubi|
Demoniality: Or, Incubi and Succubi Book Cover, written by Ludovico Maria Sinistrari
|Author(s)||Ludovico Maria Sinistrari|
January 13, 2009
Demoniality: Or, Incubi and Succubi is a treatise written in 1879 by Father Sinistrari of Ameno. This entry refers to the 2009 Paperback version issued by CreateSpace Books. In this historical work, Succubi and Incubi are referenced.
- Title: Demoniality: Or, Incubi and Succubi
- Author: Ludovico Maria Sinistrari
- Published By: CreateSpace
- Length: 104 Pages
- Format: Paperback
- ISBN-10: 1441415629
- ISBN-13: 978-1441415622
- Publishing Date: January 13, 2009
A Treatise wherein is shown that there are in existence on earth rational creatures besides man, endowed like him with a body and a soul, that are born and die like him, redeemed by our Lord Jesus-Christ, and capable of receiving salvation or damnation. Discovered in 1872 by Isidore Liseux on Euston Road, London, this bizarre manuscript purports to be the work of a 17th century theologian, one Father Sinistrari of Ameno, inquiring into the sin of demoniality; that is, sexual intercourse with demons. Known by their sexually-aggressive nocturnal visitations, the incubi and succubi have been widely cited in connection with the so-called "Old Hag Syndrome," and are viewed by some scholars as a historical precursor to modern alien abductions.
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