SUCCUBUS EVOCATION OF TULPA GOETIA GIRLS
The term Tulpa refers a physically tangible entity or that of an inanimate object, which has been created through sheer willpower alone.
A Tulpa is a materialized thought, which has taken on physical form or otherwise manifesting as a Ghostly influence such as a Succubus, for example; it is usually regarded as synonymous to a thought-form.
“There are… apparitions that make public appearances. Some of these are said to be the perceptible double—the etheric counterpart—of a living person who is undergoing an out-of-body experience. Even more mysterious are the externalized perceptible manifestations of something whose existence originated in the mind of its creator by virtue of that person’s incredible powers of concentration, visualization, and other, more occult, efforts of the mind. In Tibet, where such things are practiced, a ghost of this kind is called a Tulpa. A Tulpa is usually produced by a skilled Magician or Yogi, although in some cases it is said to arise from the collective imagination of superstitious villagers, say, or of travellers passing through some sinister tract of country.” (Mysteries of the Unexplained, 1990, Reader’s Digest Association Inc. page 176)
The creation of Tulpa’s is part of ancient Tibetan Bon-Po Shamanistic practices, which originally came to the West during the 19th century via the works of Alexandra David-Néel. It is however said that the term Tulpa is a Western misinterpretation of the Tibetan, Tulku, which is again an engineered thought form, although it is assumed as an alternate guise by the practitioner when engaging in trance and dream states, somewhat like an Avatar. The Tulku is also utilised as a means to determine the nature of a future incarnation, whereas a Tulpa is generally that of an externalised entity. Néel claimed to have created a Tulpa in the image of a jolly, Friar Tuck-like Monk which later developed a sentient self-aware life of its own.
However Néel didn’t like the Friar’s lustful smile, so he had to be destroyed. Néel could have had so much fun with her creation. Néel’s Friar was like many an Incubus Angel or Demon, to be found listed in numerous medieval Playgirl Grimoires of a common ‘Animus’ fixation. Alas there be no ‘Anima’ Playboy grimoires; well, not until I created such a Necronomicon listing Succubae.
All of these ‘Animus’ entities, Witch Nuns love to secretly conjure, betwixt and between their God and Devil, closely followed by the closeted patriarchal Mages and Priests. However, Néel was somewhat celibate. If Néel had been otherwise inclined, she could have introverted her sexual impulse in order to empower her Tulpa Friar, of a conjured Incubus to carry a ‘sigilised’ desire into her subconscious. Then again, may be that is what Néel had achieved of sorcery Art; but she did not tell!
Many Western artists and authors have since used the theme of taped-together sigil Tulpas in their Mind-Doll works. Mostly in the context of horror fiction as well as works covering mysticism and occult practices, which has the Creepypasta tendency, to be rather fearful of habitual Biblical perspective.
This habitual fear of the Tulpa is very much tied up with a similar fearful attitude towards an ‘Artificial Intelligence’ becoming sentient, which is summed up by Mary Shelley’s knitted-together Frankenstein’s creature, or that of the prior taped-up Golem of Jewish folklore.
Basically, the likes of Néel’s fear, and that of others, of an ongoing similarity emanates from their religious indoctrination, that the creation of a life is the sole province of their Abrahamic God.
However, when you dream, the (programs) characters encountered therein of (virtual reality) dream-worlds are essentially ever evolving black-tape Tulpas.
Should you achieve lucidity within a dream, you will soon find that a Tulpa can appear to be sentient.
When you practice lucid dreaming, you will also be able to construct a Tulpa within the Art studio of your imagination, which can be constructed as a taped-together Succubus, in order to engineer erotic lucid dreams. The technique would initially involve painting a ‘sigilic’ pattern over the delectable form of the meditated upon image of a chosen Succubus, which will look like she is wearing nothing more than a superheroine costume, of black-tape.
Others have also engaged themselves in constructing a Tulpa, such as the Skippy experiment, which was conducted by a group of parapsychologists in Australia, who created their own ghost girl called Skippy Cartman.
The construction of the Ghost Girl Skippy Cartman could have been otherwise that of a Succubus Tulpa, which isn’t too dissimilar to Dr Frankenstein creating a black-tape Frankenhooker.