What attracts a spirit?

31 Jan

My Succcubus Marissa wrote a post that got me thinking about this. Again.

What is it that attracts these beings to us?

Many of us have never done a ritual to attract them. Those that have done a ritual have had success, and others have not.

Do we have some qualities in common?

I’ve been reading about this off and on for about 3 years now. I believe we do have some things in common.

1) We acknowledge the existence of spirits. We don’t necessarily agree on the specific nature(s)  of these spirits, but I have yet to hear of an atheist having these experiences.

2) We are truth-seekers; each in his or her own way.

2a) We take others opinions into consideration. But since most of us have been raked over the coals by others that presumed to be teachers and other authority figures, we feel no remorse at rejecting their opinions. We slaughter “sacred cows”, and then we eat them. There is nothing better than BBQ sacred cow.

2b) We have more of an appreciation of  how big this universe is than many other people have. And, we have more of an appreciation of our own ignorance.

3) We’re simply open to having this experience. How many people out there have even heard of, much less believe in, the existence of these beings? To them, I’m nuts. And I don’t care what they think.

4) We are on the outer fringes of this culture.

4a) Or, we place ourselves as far away from this culture as we can get and always look for innovative ways to remove ourselves even more.

5) From a worldly standpoint, most of us are “losers”. But since we generally spit on the world, not too many give a damn what they think or don’t think of us. Speaking for myself, I don’t want most people to like me. If they dislike me, then I know I am on the right track. Being liked by the world would scare the shit out of me.

Most people are just useless. I tried to come up with a way of illustrating how useless I believe most people are, and here is what I came up with:

Most people are even more worthless than Andrea Dworkins‘ pussy (when that wretched lard-ass was still alive).

It would be different if they could think and act for themselves, but they are too lazy to do that. The status quo is sacred to these idiots.

OK, rant mode = off.

Those are the similarities that I see.


10 responses to “What attracts a spirit?

  1. succupedia

    February 2, 2013 at 3:42 pm

    What I’ve always wonder is, specially after I connected witth my spiritual wives, why do some succeed and some not, with the connection to the spiritual world?

    Our experiences have similarities, as well as differencies, like all kinds of relationship. That’s because, I believe, there’s no “rules”, there’s no dogmatic stereotypes to follow – well, maybe if your faith is based on it, they can challenge it – and the legends and myths about them is just “legends” and “myths”.

    I think it’s not an impossibility for “atheist” either. Some of them have faith in a higher power, which in some sense, doesn’t make them atheist.

    Why does some not succeed? Lack of patience? Lack of faith? Lack of paying attention? Lack of interest in the specific subject, like not reading about it?

    So many questions. So little time.

    • sexspirit1

      February 2, 2013 at 6:26 pm

      I dont believe it’s impossible for an atheist either. But I can only imagine the shock of having their world turned upside down.

  2. succunation1

    February 2, 2013 at 5:35 pm

    I think that the reasons why our lovers are with us is as varied as these beings themselves.

    I agree with Sex Spirit in that there are definitely common themes that show up in the lives of the human in these relationships that could draw parallels for theorizing about. I also agree with Succupedia in that I don’t believe there are hard set rules determining who is eligible and who isn’t.

    My belief on the matter is that when one is either contacted by or makes contact with a lady or gentleman spirit, there is a compatibility of spirit between the human and the lady or gentleman spirit. I’ve written in the past that I’ve heard it described sort of like two tuning forks in the same room. If one tuning fork is struck, eventually the other will vibrate as well. I believe that when I made contact and was specific about what I was looking for, Heather felt me and came to me because we are compatible, probably on levels of which I’m not even aware.

    If there is even a grain of truth in my belief it would, at least suggest, that some people aren’t making “first contact” because, perhaps, there aren’t any lady or gentleman spirits that have heard them that feel they are compatible with the human in question.

    • succunation1

      February 2, 2013 at 5:38 pm

      Sorry, I wanted to add that I don’t think that means that people who have failed literally have *no* chance of making contact with a compatible lady or gentleman spirit but that it may take more time than others to reach out and find that compatible spirit.

      Once I made the decision to make contact, it was less than a month before Heather let me know she was with me.

      • Edward

        January 16, 2014 at 11:29 am

        I know this is a reply to a 2/2013 post… Sorry, just now reading it on 1/16/14….when you said you decided to reach out, how did you do that? I am wanting to reach out, have kinda sent it vaguely out to the cosmos, but no where specific. Where did you start?

    • sexspirit1

      February 2, 2013 at 6:22 pm

      There may be set rules, but we just don’t know what they are. Everything is a guess; an educated guess to a limited extent perhaps, but still a guess.

      One thing I’m happy about is that I have yet to see anyone even hint or vaguely imply that they were somehow more special than those that can’t make contact. This is a positive aspect of humility.

      One thing I noticed on that authspot summoning article is that some of those that are attempting a summoning are fixated on the details and the results of the ritual, instead of seeing rituals for what they are, a means to focus. Instead of exercising their will, they worry only about candle colors, time of day or night, etc. If getting results were as simple as using the correct candle color and saying the right words, everyone would be rich.

      Another reason why they may not succeed is that they have ulterior motives.

      Another roadblock I can see is what’s called “lust of result”.

      – “The lust of result also spoils work; one must not distract one’s forces from their task by thoughts of the profit of success”. -A. Crowley (Magical and Philosophical Commentaries, p. 313)

      • succupedia

        February 3, 2013 at 5:39 am

        I also reacted to the same thing in the Authspot-blog. I actually wrote something about rituals as a mental preparation, rather than a “rule for something to work”. And there was something about EVP’s making “portals to the spiritual worlds”. I think people read into things TOO MUCH, without setting things into perspective.

        Faith is, I believe, the “tool” to work with. Not the color of candles, not the right “words”, not specific sigils or altars to make prayers in front of. Sometimes I even think the moon is putting too much effort on. I can’t recall it’s effect on me and my wives, since they’re always with me 24/7. The effort of details can distract and make things fail, if the effort of faith is falling behind.

  3. sexspirit1

    February 3, 2013 at 11:45 am

    “something about EVP’s making “portals to the spiritual worlds”.
    I got a good laugh out of that one, imagining haunted business meetings etc. “God damn it Jones I told you to keep that damn thing out of the conference room!!!! Now get that exorcist in here NOW!!!”

    Religions have really screwed things up. You say faith is important, and I agree with you. But the meaning of that word has been distorted to the point where it’s meaningless.

    • succupedia

      February 3, 2013 at 2:00 pm

      That was similar to my thoughts about EVP’s as “portals” too. Imagine reporters “opening portals” during interviews with a recordingdevice: “Damnit Bieber! I told you to answer me quickly! Now you have something haunting your behind! Good luck with that, kid! I’m outta here!!!”

      I think the meaning of the word “faith” is distorted to some, but not to all. Is it “distorted” to you? Is it “distorted” to me? No, I think not and that makes it meaningfull, don’t you think?

      Sometimes I think religions or THOUGHT of religions, take too much space in what we put our faith in. It’s an endless competition of what faith to “trust”. That is, atleast I think, the most distorted thing. With our wives, our faith is put in a closer perspective of any religions out there. It might not be in “first hand” perspective, but certianly in “second” or “third” hand perspective.

  4. ty

    February 28, 2013 at 7:07 pm

    Not hating on other religions here but I’m a spiritual satanist and before I became a satanist I had never felt entitys or auras of any sort then I started meditating …. And I could after a while anyway they may have not been rejected or whatever they may have not been open enough to feel them


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