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Jan 19 2009

Succubi and the Undead…

I’m bringing up this topic again because of a book I discovered today that will eventually wind up on the SuccuWiki tomorrow. This book is a sort of encyclopaedia on the undead…

So it covers stuff like vampires, zombies, mummies….

And Succubi?

Just a moment…

Succubi?

Ummm… I think I have ranted on this several times in different ways, but this time lets approach it from the direction of, why the confusion?

I suppose the most likely reason for the confusion is the way sexual attraction is wrapped around both Succubi and Incubi and as well, vampires…

All of these creatures are supposed to be sexually attractive to humans and in being so they draw their pray to them to feed upon…

So I think that is where the confusion hits…

Interestingly, if you think about it, Succubi and Incubi can exist anywhere at anytime including day or night…

Vampires can’t. One good beam of sunlight and it’s all over for them…

So which would be the greater threat in a movie or otherwise?

A vampire needs to feed on the blood of their prey and eventually in doing so, they kill their prey and, on occasion, turn them into creatures like themselves…

Succubi and Incubi can turn others into beings like themselves, but they don’t have to. I know that there are other myths where Succubi take the seed of men to give birth to new Succubi and Incubi and so forth, but the point is that in feeding on others, they don’t have to “turn” them…

But the one thing that really drives me nutty is the confusion between vampires, which are undead creatures, and Succubi and Incubi which are creatures of demonic creation or were in the past Angels that became Fallen and thus to Succubi and Incubi…

There seems to be a large difference between the two…

How about respecting the difference?

Tera

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