SUCCUBUS GENIE VUAL IN A VIAL OF A BOTTLE
There is a mystery surrounding the Forty-seventh Goetian Succubus called Vuali, who governs over Thirty-seven legions of Succubae.
Vuali is otherwise known as Uvalli, or Vovalli, who seems to be an Egyptian ghost girl through and through; she has a liking for taking up residence in an ornate Genies bottle of copper.
When Aaron C. Donohoo evoked Vuali for his remote viewed drawing of her, she appeared at first bedecked in bandages like an Egyptian mummy, posing in front of the pyramids. Her bandages were in tatters, which in places was revealing her naked body.
Her bandages then fell away at her feet, lying flat upon the ground around her, who was then dressed as a classical Genie riding a mighty dromedary.
The mystery, of course, is why this Succubus attaches herself to the Egyptian culture. Was she among the many deities worshipped by the ancient Egyptians? When she speaks, the old practitioners say, Vuali only responds in the Egyptian language.
Another mystery about Vuali is that she classically manifested as a Baboon, when evoked by the patriarchs, who had bound her into a male form of an Incubus, which be their brazen vessel preference to be upended by. Although the Witches like to be ridden by their Incubi Angels, Demons, God and Devil too, which be aspects of their Animus, whose Viral Meme egregores have since been transformed into Aliens by the neo-Gnostic New-Agers.
She only changed into her true Anima form when she was eventually released from the Animus fixation of the Abrahamic minion’s. Hence for Donohoo, she showed herself as she really looks like. She, like the other released Great Old Ones of the Necronomicon, is a salacious Succubus.
Known by other names, including Uvalli and Vovali, this Succubus is said to procure the love of a woman for the practitioner who summons her. She also induces friendship between foes. Perhaps she will soon work her Genie magic over the blood drenched Middle East of a so called holy land, where the Abrahamic cultists sacrifice many an innocent lamb to their jealous God of an Animus fixation.
The Psychic Übermensch Aaron C. Donohoo by Erin C. Donohoo (2012)