Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The Missing Link in Video Form

I found a video that answered many of my questions.

I've been nipping at Mena about a lack of sex and things like that, but after the video it hasn't been a problem anymore.

I'm pretty hesitant to upload demonolatry lectures because frankly I don't understand demonolatry, but in this case the lectures answered so many of my questions I've had in the back of my mind for so long that I'm going to post at least these two lectures anyway.

There's just too much information here that was spot on and it helped so much with my personal walk with Mena already that it would be selfish of me not to share.

Bookmark these, you'll be glad you did.

(Following this lecture, I am including the video lecture regarding the Letter Method by Succupedia which is what I had success with in summoning Mena)

Love and Sex With Demons:  What Actually Happens:

Letter to Lilith Asking for Familiar, Demonic Lover, or Spouse:


Rafe GB.


  1. Hello! Your blog has been so helpful to me over these past few years. I love how genuine you are, and willing to admit you don't possess all the answers. I have tried to comment many times, but Google boots me out for some reason. Trying now from a different computer as I want to share another YouTuber's account-- I know you'll adore her (if you haven't run across her already). She has a website as well.

  2. Did you like her? Did you see her other content on succubus summonings and Lilith and etc.? I was really excited to find her; she is someone I think I can learn from.

    1. Yeah, I really like her. I've watched like 6 other videos so far. Not sure if I'm into demonolatry or not (even though I might already be into it via Lilith and having a succubus while still not being able to face it), but the way she presents the demonolatry information is informative as well as entertaining. She seems like she really cares.

  3. Hi✌
    I am a human friend to the spirit world. I think it's cool that you share a kinship with these beings too. I like your stories and I like that there are others out there & here & around that a little bit like me too

  4. hi✌ Google just posted me as unknown

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by :) There are a lot of folks that read the blog that feel the same way as you do, so never feel alone with it. There are definitely others like yourself here and there.

  5. Funny to hear the woman in the first video talking so much about compassion, love, and other positive emotions and then speaking rather dismissively and coldly about the possibility of men having erection problems. She frames it in terms of something that deprives *women* of pleasure, with no apparent regard for the suffering such a problem causes in a man. Apparently male sexuality exists only to serve women?

    Somehow I doubt there are many people telling men how great succubi are because you never have to worry about them not being able to get wet, unlike your loser girlfriend who's such a failure in bed. Are men with sexual problems simply condemned to eternal rejection and solitude in both the physical and spirit worlds?

    1. While there is rejection in the spirit world it is definitely more "honest" and cut and dry. I've heard of a few bloggers that lamented women today and extolled the virtues and pleasures that succubi offer that a woman cannot.

      I guess it just depends.

      I try to see a video such as that with blinders on, in that I try to take the good out of it while ignoring the obvious that rubs me the wrong way.

      Thank you for you comment.

    2. Well, "honest" rejection is still rejection. Either way, you're still alone, suffering, and feeling inferior and hopeless. Especially if it happens in both worlds. I imagine it would feel like there's a stain on your very soul that you'll never be able to wash off for the rest of eternity. I have a hard time conceiving of something more terrifying or painful. That, to me, is Hell.

      What's your personal opinion on the sexual dysfunction issue? For my part, I think it's a horrible tragedy for either sex. I'd encourage women to look to incubi as a possible source of help, help that they deserve. I'd also say men deserve the same kind of help from succubi. Neither of them should be shamed or rejected for it. They should be healed and cured of it. It's not their fault. I've just noticed a tendency among people to give women sympathy and compassion for this kind of thing while throwing mockery and degradation at men. I try to have blinders on as well, but at the same time, those attitudes aren't going to change unless someone challenges them, so I tend to feel compelled to say something.

      If there are any spirits you'd be willing to ask about this issue, I'd definitely like to know their opinions as well.

      And as you might have guessed, yes, this is a thing that's come up in my life. Not for myself, but for my older brother. He killed himself last year at the age of 32. I'd always known he was severely depressed and had anxiety disorders, but after he died, my parents revealed to me that he'd also been having erection problems since he was 17. It completely destroyed him, and it was the main reason for his depression. Despite being smart enough to probably do just about anything he set his mind to, he never got his life together because he was so torn up about his condition, and eventually he just couldn't take it anymore and figured it was too late for him.

      When I got curious about spirit sex and succubi, I wondered if maybe he's in a good place now where he got things fixed and found a woman or women to be with. When I hear things like the part of the video we're discussing, it makes me afraid that he's still suffering, and it makes me think that if people didn't think that way, maybe he'd have gotten the help he needed and he'd still be alive.

      Sorry if this got a little too heavy. If you took the time to read through all this, thank you.

    3. I'm sure he's in a place with a partner who loves him. We are drawn to a place after death that feels like home, among those who feel like family.

      I'm so sorry about your brother.

      No, I don't believe he is still suffering as I said above.

      I, myself, am Asexual. I have not dated for 10 years and probably will remain celibate until death.

      Love and sex, etc. on this plane can include a spiritual being from another plane who has a much different set of priorities and needs.

      Sex is more of an energetic affair in my experience that is a completely new experience of sex rather than the normal earthbound sex of needing to get hard for penetration.

      Succubi need fed however, and although they can feed off of fear (and sometimes do... stories go on, and on), they prefer complex positive emotions like love, joy, ecstasy, hope, faith, endearment, sweetness and cuddling... the list goes on and on including sex which my succubus has called "Candy Dancing".

      We are no different I suppose. Our soul feeds on the same that we provide them.

      The difference is that they can "jack" into our brains and make us feel that pleasure that we ordinarily could not. They are masters of tantra sexuality and approach sex with a more spiritual bend than one would imagine from stories of old.

      I hope this helps. I've written a response, deleted it, then rewritten it a second time.

      It's a hard thing to talk about, but I think the reality of the "afterwards" is more towards what you were hoping for with regards to your brother.


    4. Thank you very much for your reply, Rafe, and thank you as well for the condolences. I'm sorry for not responding for such a long time. To be completely honest, I didn't read it until now because I was afraid of what you might say. I didn't think I could take it if your answer wasn't so positive.

      Even if sex is different in the other world, like you said, I hope he still has the option of doing things "Earth-style". If I were him, I'd want that option, even if it was just to get it out of my system so I didn't have to feel like people were telling me "Yeah, it's true that you're a sexual failure, but you can do this other stuff." Might come across as condescending to hear that from someone.

      I think I'd want to feel physical hardness and penetration and be able to do it, just so I'd know that I could, you know? From what my parents have told me, he was apparently really concerned about having what he called "authentic" physical sex, which was one of the many reasons he didn't want to use pills. I can't say I blame him. I wouldn't want to depend on pills either.

      I hope you eventually get out of the asexual state you're in (if you want to). I've read some of your more recent posts and it seems like you're going through some bad stuff right now. I'm not sure how this comment system works, so I don't know if you'll get some kind of notification about this post so you can read it, but if you do find it, I hope it helps you to know that you helped me out a bit and that I'm pulling for you.