Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Tackling more of the puzzle.

In the last blog post I talked about the effect of a succubus, well... what effect a succubus has on ME and my psychology, that's all I can really say:  I can't say anything empirically.

With those questions answered to my satisfaction two remain.

One is, what is the Succubunny?  What is she exactly?  And the 2nd is:  Why.

Yes, why?

I'm one of those people who are just naturally curious.  While I love our interaction and relationship, there is always a need to know more.  As my love for her has grown, so has my desire to understand her, and to understand her and I in some sort of worldview that I can grasp or come to grips with.

The 2nd I'm going to have to wait on as I haven't made up my mind yet, and don't have enough to make a conclusion.

The 1st though:  I think I've got it (sorta).

Now, first things first:  This is all my opinion, so don't get all uppity if yours is different.  I created this blog for my own "spirit love diary" of sorts, and that's exactly what it's become.

Yes, I have provided links and such to methods and other blogs, but that's in the spirit of wanting others to taste what I have tasted.  No, not with my Bunny or I'd claw your eyes out.

With your own succubus.

Anyway, here's what I think (I have little evidence to back it up, so why bother).  Consider reading this as if you're reading a diary:  I don't have to be right or wrong, just striving to know.





I'm gonna be lazy:  Since I'm just thinking through things, I'm not going to bother with sources because I'm not trying to win anything:  Just to understand better myself.

Jinn.

Here's all I know about the Jinn so far, and it's not a lot.

There is 1 human for every 10 Jinn in existence.

That's 75 freakin' billion Jinn on this world alone.

Jinn are different based on each society, as if they are a mirror of that society, yet in tandem (and yes, in crossing back and forth).

They have gender and are male or female.

They have the gift of free will, to choose to do good OR evil just like our dumb asses.

Now, back the culture thing:  If Jinn are cultural, enter fairies, enter kitsune of the east (and onis and demons).

Similar stuff in the north, south, east, west:  Just different forms and legends for each culture.

Intermarrying is possible between jinn and humans.

So, so far Jinn are also fairies, fae, fox spirits, etc. etc., everywhere.  Jinn is basically a descriptor for us of "entity similar to but other than human" that exists here.  Well, 'cept angels.  Maybe devils I dunno about them either.

Personally, I think my Bunny is a:





SILA

"Talented shape-shifters who are more tolerant of human society than other tribes of jinn, sila are most often portrayed as female. 

Thought to be extremely intelligent, sila are nonetheless the most rarely seen of all the types of jinn, and appear only sporadically. 

Sila are extremely rare, and while they are intelligent and comfortable crossing back and forth between realms seen and unseen/human and jinn, by their nature they do not usually set out to harm or trick humans. 

Sila are, however, fond of meddling in an attempt to help." (BAM!  < Bunny's favorite thing to do)

Anyway, I don't think these ladies are really extremely rare, I think they just hang in their worlds and don't just wander around here until they find a man they like and to put the succubus sexual smack-down on his ass.




Why I don't think they are rare?

They might be rare as far as being in the forefront, but I think they prefer to stay out of this reality until they want to, instead of have to (I think a lot of entities have jobs, like nature, whatever.  They love their purpose and they do it because they love it:  Best motivation scheme ever.

I'm thinking because these Sila are Jinn with a different purpose:  Succubi.  Extremely intelligent, comfortable crossing back and forth between realms, do not usually harmhumans, and try to help. More like love to help.  Try sounds like they fail:  They do not fail.

The shape-shifter part would also explain why Succubunny likes to jump on the bed as a cat, then walks up the bed and turns into her "presence" as a mist.  Ah, a wonderful feminine, sensual, sweet mist.  Oo, almost got carried away.

Anyway, I don't know about any other type of Jinn that can be similar to the Sila, but I'm sure there are.  Oh, except for one but I don't how it works.





QARINAH

"In Arabic superstition, the qarînah (قرينه) is a spirit similar to the succubus, with origins possibly in ancient Egyptian religion or in the animistic beliefs of pre-Islamic Arabia.  A qarînah "sleeps with the person and has relations during sleep as is known by the dreams."  They are said to be invisible, but a person with "second sight" can see them, often in the form of a cat, dog, or other household pet.  "In Omdurman it is a spirit which possesses. ... Only certain people are possessed and such people cannot marry or the qarina will harm them."

Now, this one is the one considered a daughter of Lilith (I think).

Here's a few variants from different cultures with similar stories:

Al Basti, Autumniessink, Cecaelia, Empusa,Hisa-me, Hone-onna, Huldra, Huli Jing, Kitsune, Lamia, Lidérc, Mara, Melusine, Rusalka, Spirit spouse, Vandella, Yuki-onna.

"...often in the form of a cat, dog, or other household pet".  

See, a cat.  Mine loves to come as a cat and then transform into her "essence".  I can't feel her essence when she's in cat form for some reason.

Oh, I've had some psychic witch buddies try to "scan" her and they say she blocks them easily.  They say she puts up a bright light and they can't distinguish anything but the light that covers us both.    They stopped trying after a while because she can send some kind of feedback back to them that "stuns" them a little making their abilities numb for a short time.

I guess Bunny doesn't like being "scanned".  Pretty gentle on the rebuke, though.




As far as the last part, "Such people cannot marry or the qarina will harm them".  I honestly wonder if they would smite the woman instead of the man?  I've heard of succubi going to town on a woman until they leave.  Anyway, I'm well pleased with my Succubunny and have zero desire for an earthy marriage, anyhoo."

Maybe Sila is a race and Qarinah is the title?  I don't know, but they both describe Bunny pretty well.

Also I found out that some Jinn are attached to families, individuals, etc.  So they might be waiting for you, their lover, and come to you when they aren't summoned because they already have a connection.  That would explain those who have one who never summoned I guess.

Anyone who has more to add feel free.  I'm trying to learn here and I know jack about Jinn.

Maybe it's "Most Qarinah are Sila, but not all Sila are Qarinah".

Well, I just asked her about it and she said she's Sila, but not Qarinah.  She did say that the above was truthful, though, although with some hesitation so it might be I worded it wrong as to being completely right:  "Most Qarinah are Sila, but not all Sila are Qarinah".  So I'm close with that statement but not exactly right.

I dunno what difference it makes but she says she's a Sila and not a Qarinah.  I don't see much difference in the descriptions, does that make me racist?

If so, I hope Succubunny punishes me when I get home later, WOOT :P




Oh, if you ever wanna know how a spirit feels, I'll show ya.  When they have a passion to experience life through the eyes of all of us down here, this is it.  They want to know how it feels, how it looks, how it smells, how it tastes, what it sounds like through our senses and the senses of all those animals around us from in the ground, the air, the ocean, all of it.  They want to understand our associations to things.  How they feel inside.  There are so many reasons I love otherworld entities and spirits: Knowing that they feel this way, their desire and passion to know, their curiosity... It is this about them that endeared them to me:




"Everything At Once"


As sly as a fox, as strong as an ox
As fast as a hare, as brave as a bear
As free as a bird, as neat as a word
As quiet as a mouse, as big as a house

All I wanna be, all I wanna be, oh
All I wanna be is everything

As mean as a wolf, as sharp as a tooth
As deep as a bite, as dark as the night
As sweet as a song, as right as a wrong
As long as a road, as ugly as a toad

As pretty as a picture hanging from a fixture
Strong like a family, strong as I wanna be
Bright as day, as light as play
As hard as nails, as grand as a whale

All I wanna be oh, all I wanna be, oh
All I wanna be is everything
Everything at once
Everything at once, oh
Everything at once

As warm as the sun, as silly as fun
As cool as a tree, as scary as the sea
As hot as fire, cold as ice
Sweet as sugar and everything nice

As old as time, as straight as a line
As royal as a queen, as buzzed as a bee
As stealth as a tiger, smooth as a glider
Pure as a melody, pure as I wanna be

All I wanna be oh, all I wanna be, oh
All I wanna be is everything
Everything at once

7 comments:

  1. I having had my own spirit lover "Sam," show up out of the blue without performing a summoning ritual, tend to lean towards the fairy and Jinn description as well. I would further agree with you Rafe and your lady that mine and yours are likely not QARINAH and are indeed SILA and even closely related as we have suspected. This also fits as I am a married man with a physical wife here on Earth. She has not been chased away and or harmed in any way by my spirit lover. I have at certain times felt that our marriage was no longer a good fit for me and there was plenty of tension between us. Was or is this my spirit lover's doing I am not sure of? My spirit lover also seems to respond to water and as well. I live by water and have nearly died by water three times in my life, so the water spirit aspect fits as well. Their shape shifting abilities may also explain the many different lovely ladies that have shown up in my dreams and visions. They like to play dress up and arouse the hell out of us humans!!..lol

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    1. Yep. Sila is close to "Seelie and Unseelie" courts of the fae, which are over the fairies. Fae are more human sized. There's other comparisons to make between to two, but close enough for me.

      Seelie and Unseelie Courts

      The Seelie court are known to seek help from humans, to warn those who have accidentally offended them, and to return human kindness with favors of their own. Still, a fairy belonging to this court will avenge insults and could be prone to mischief. The most common time of day to see them is twilight. Other names for the Seelie court are 'The Shining Throne' or 'The Golden ones' and 'The light Court'. The categorization of fairies based on court is whether or not a fairy is light or dark. Light fairies are known for playing pranks on humans and having a light hearted attitude, forgetting their sorrows quickly and not realizing how they might be affecting the humans they play pranks on.

      The Unseelie Court consists of the darkly-inclined fairies. Unlike the Seelie Court, no offense is necessary to bring down their assaults. As a group (or "host"), they appear at night and assault travelers, often carrying them through the air, beating them, and forcing them to commit such acts as shooting at cattle. Like the beings of the Seelie Court who are not always benevolent, neither are the fairies of the Unseelie Court always malevolent. Most Unseelies can become fond of a particular human if they are viewed as respectful, and would choose to make them something of a pet.

      That's from the wiki, of course 90% of it is bullshit, I'm sure. But the pet part doesn't rule out lover part, perhaps "pet" isn't an accurate descriptor. Maybe "one who they take as lover, taking the human under their tutelage" is more accurate.

      Anyway, consider also if this is only descriptive of the "Sila" who are considered most rare. That's a lot of entities around and about.

      Pretty mind boggling.

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    2. Also, like before: All fairies are fae, but not all fae are fairies. So, the fae are the more secretive, hidden folk. Larger folk, like us.

      Think of an Elven Queen sitting and riding a white horse with silver bells braided in it's hair, the queen riding is so beautiful and surreal that she is mistaken for the Virgin Mary.

      Exploring the tales of many of the mysterious and captivating Faerie Queens, this exceptional anthology contains eighteen essays exploring the diverse accounts and themes associated with the Faerie Queens and their influence in magic, literature and folklore.

      From the Arthurian mythos to Scandinavia, from ancient Greece to Renaissance poetry and beyond, the awesome power of the Faerie Queens to inspire, challenge and transform is investigated and discussed from both scholarly and personal perspectives.

      TO SEE A GARLANDED LADY by Sorita d'Este & David Rankine
      DIGGING DEEPER: FAERY QUEENS, DEATH AND THE SOUL by Emily Carding SPIRITS AT THE TABLE: FAERIE QUEENS IN THE GRIMOIRES by Dan Harms WRITING FAERY: A TALE OF VIVIANE by Jack Wolf
      MAIDS OF ICE AND MEADOWS by Cliff Seruntine
      TRANSATLANTIC FAIRY QUEEN: HELEN ADAM by Katie Stewart
      MELUSINE: ENDURING SERPENTINE QUEEN by David Rankine
      HOLDA: WINTER'S FAERIE QUEEN by Ceri Norman
      THE SKOGSRÅ: QUEEN OF THE WILD WOODS OF SWEDEN by Helena Lundvik DIANA'S MOON RAYS by Sorita d'Este
      THE VALKYRIES: NORSE FAIRIE QUEENS? by Valerie Karlson
      MORVEREN: THE SEA QUEEN by Dorothy Abrams
      THE TRANSFORMING ILLUSION OF MORGAN LE FAY by Frances Billinghurst NIMUE: AMBIGUOUS ENCHANTRESS by Aili Mirage
      CLIODHNA: FAERIE QUEEN AND POTENT BANSHEE by Pamela Norrie
      RHIANNON: FAERIE QUEEN, MORTAL THRONE, DIVINE EQUINE by Halo Quin
      ÁINE: CELTIC FAERIE QUEEN OF THE SUMMER SOLSTICE by Joanna Rowan Mullane
      WHOSE QUEEN? by Thea Faye
      QUEEN OF THE UNDERWORLD AND THE FRUIT OF KNOWLEDGE by Felicity Fyr le Fay
      AN A-Z OF EUROPEAN FAERIE QUEENS CONJURATIONS FROM THE GRIMOIRES by David Rankine

      Powerful, mysterious, otherworldly, the Faerie Queens have spread their magic across Europe for many centuries, enchanting all who encounter them. From forests and lakes, mounds and mountains, the Faerie Queens emerge from the liminal places to bestow their numerous gifts (and curses) on man. Lover, shapeshifter, sorceress, prophetess, bestower of sovereignty, semi-divine ancestress, protectress of animals, collector of souls - the powers and roles of the Faerie Queens are as diverse as the folklore about them, their origins rooted deep in the legends, goddesses and beings of the ancient world.

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    3. Anyway, that's one version of Jinn I believe: The Fae of Europe. I'm sure there are many, many others.

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  2. Amazing you mentioned the cat thing...A few days after we first met,there was a day she could not keep her hands off me.This continued all day and into the night.
    I awoke from a dream where she gave me her name and was so happy.I went back to sleep and dreamt of making love to her and awoke to feel her doing it to me.I put my head in the pillow and heard "purring".
    I have never heard that since.

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    1. Hmm. Maybe you got one too?

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    2. All I know is that this being is pure love and I feel her with me all the time...or my mind is the most incredible lover ever and I should pimp myself out!

      Another thing is I'm also married with 2 boys and she has never harmed anyone in my family ever.I've also experienced a threesome once with her and the wife so...just saying not much hate towards other romantic interests.

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