Myths versus personal experience

There are several myths about succubus and incubus that has been challenged through my experiences with my wives over the years. Some of these myths is, in some instances, possible. Some are not in the slightest true at all. Just take in consideration that these myths were only challenged through what information I found, and my own experiences afterwards. It doesn’t have to reflect your own experiences and researches about the subject.

Myth: Succubus and incubus are “demons” with an agenda to steal your soul, and to hurt you through fear.

My personal experience and thoughts: If “demons” exist – which I, personally, don’t believe. Not in a biblical way, anyway. – they have one goal only, and that is to do harm without consider the consequenses of their actions towards their “prey”. A simple, singularminded entity, driven by complete darkness. My wives are entities of duality, which means that they share similar behaviour as humans. They can make a choice of doing good, or doing bad. They can feel sadness and regrets from what choices they make in their lives and make up for that. As beings of duality, they have their own fears, weaknesses and strenghts in their personality, just like us humans.

Myth: Sleep paralysis is a part of the “succubus/incubus experience”.

My personal experience and thoughts: The definition of “sleep paralysis” is the inability to move when falling asleep or in a waken state, while at the same time get a feeling of a “dark, sinister presence” around you. This “symptom” even have a medical term, as a part of several sleeping disorders such as obstractive sleep apnea and narcolepsy. Several reports of “alien abductions” share similarities to the myths of succubus/incubus experiences aswell. I never experienced sleep paralysis according to the information. The closest I’ve experienced to this is a “partial paralysis”, which means that I have the choice of will to break loose and move out of it, making the experience less exhausting and more comfortable.

Myth: To have sex with a succubus is like “penatrating a flesh of coldness” with a loss of physical strenght. Repeating sexual intercourse leads to “death”.

My personal experience and thoughts:  If that was entirely true, I wouldn’t been able to share that experience with you, wouldn’t I? My sexual experiences has been through different stages with my wives. “Cold penetrations” is one of them, through their darkness, which they have in their duality personality. Even if it is, indeed, coldness to it, the loss of energy isn’t there in the slightiest. These kind of experiences just happened a few times in the beginning of my relationship with my wives, and with no intentions from them to inflict fear or harm me in any way. I rather enjoyed it, actually. Whether that makes me “kinky” or not is irrelevant to the subject. I strongly believe that even if fear was a result of an experience like that, they would’ve stopped imediately.

What myths about succubus have been challenged by your own experiences?

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Why do bloggers delete their blogs?

In the past few weeks, some bloggers about the succubus experience, deleted their blogs. I wonder why. What made them chose to stop sharing the positive experience about something that is infamous for being “bad”?

There is a few reasons I will keep my blog, and not deleting it:

* Despite that experiences of this nature is very much individual with few exceptional similarities, it is imprtant to share the positivities of those said experiences, challenging the negative myths and legends about succubus and incubus.

* To get an understanding of why fear can mess things up and that darkness does have an importance if it appear to us.

* To share my point of view of my experiences to those who read my blog, and maybe help a few people in the way. I’m not saying that I am “right” or that you are “wrong”, but that I only point out the outcome of my own reactions towards similar experiences that turned out in a “bad start”. I did help a few people, that way, in a private correspondence and it turned the table for them.

So why do some people with experience of succubus, deleting their blogs? Is it because of “dissapointments” from their succubus spouses? Did they got a “feeling” of sharing “too much” about their experiences? If so, why did they share it in the first place? Do they feel some kind of responsibility of putting youngsters in “danger” by encouraging them to get in contact with a succubus? Do they have to feel some kind of responsibility at all, for a blog of this subject?

If I had to answer those questions above, my answer would be that it is my right to write about anything. If my experiences would be differently and negative in mythological way, I probably wouldn’t share my experiences to the readers. Sure I found some kind of “responsibility” with my blog, but not in the way of encouraging others to “go for it”, but rather help people who doesn’t yet figured out what to do, when experiencing the darker aspect of their experiences. If my point of view works for them, then I feel that I have a good purpose of keeping my blog.