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Succubi and Incubi (Celtic Lore)
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Succubi and Incubi
- Land of Origin: Middle East
- Other Origins: India and the Orient
- Other Names: Succubus and Incubus are the singular forms
- Element: Air
Appearance and Temperament
Neither faery has ever been seen by human eyes, but their presence has been keenly felt by many unfortunate persons. They see humans as existing for their own perverse amusement. Time Most Active: Allyear, but fortunately their attacks are few and far between.
The Succubus is a female faery who sexually attacks human men, and the Incubus is a male faery who sexually attacks human women. Their unprovoked attacks have been documented throughout human history. It was once believed that anyone claiming such contact was mad an they were summarily incarcerated. But the evidence for their existence is well-documented. and their assaults are still going on today. Pick up any popular work on modern hauntings and there will be at least one story of a frightening sexual attack by an astral entity which has occurred in the last few years.
Persons who have been attacked by these malevolent spirits display mild to severe bruises and bite marks, many of them in places where they could not be self-inflicted. Women may also show torn vaginal tissue after an attack.
There are two folk remedies which may help keep them from you. A peony flower taken to bed or a cauldron in the room is said to keep away the Incubus, and bluebells or phallic-shapped magickal tools are supposed to ward off the Succubus.
Where to Find Them
How to Contact
Contact not advised
Magickal and Ritual Help
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