“Spooky Random Fact: #3”

“Spooky Random Fact: #3”

Mmmmm…. mysterious and oh so seductive……

Did you know that reports of incubi (plural for incubus) date way back to 2400 BC during Mesopotamia times. It was rumored that the hero, Gilgamesh’s father was Lilu, an incubus that supposedly aroused women in their sleep with his erogenous ways. The men from that era had their version as well, the succubus referred to as Lililu. Another tale comes from the Malleus Maleficarum in 1486 written by Heinrich Kramer. Kramer wrote that a succubus’s purpose was to seduce her victim and collect his semen. Then, the incubus would take the semen and use it to impregnate his female victim. With this theory, it gives explanation as to how demons sire children. These alleged children were called cambions who were often born cursed with birth defects and a sensitivity to the supernatural.

Read more at Incubus & Succubus: Erotic Dream or a Deviant Reality?

 

 

 

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12 thoughts on ““Spooky Random Fact: #3”

  1. Heinrich Kramer, himself was an odd duck and perhaps, he had had dreams and visitations of these supernatural creatures himself. Who knows. Another fascinating fact. Too bad he managed to kill thousands of innocent Wiccan women and men – and even children. Karen 🙂

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