LUCID DREAM SUCCUBUS GOETIA GIRLS OF FAUSTUS CROW
Over the arid steppe of Leng unto Siberia, the shamans speak of spirit wives with whom they interact, within their dreams; it is said that it is from these female Genies, the shamans derive their shamanic abilities.
The technique is ancient, which had no doubt influenced the ‘lucid dream’ Yoga practice of Tibetan Buddhism and that of Hinduism, whose spiritual practices involve female entities called Dakinis. The Dakinis are none too dissimilar to the Valkyries of ancient Norse mythology, whom are described as being the handmaidens of the shaman deity called Odin, the Saxon’s named as Woden. However, over time these female entities were forgotten and cast aside in Europe, to be classed as demonic Succubae.
It being somewhat analogous to the Great Old Ones, who were cast beyond the Angel angles of space-time by the Elder Gods, as described by the author, H.P Lovecraft, who was nightly assailed by the bedroom invading Old Hag syndrome, which he classed as being hypnagogic trance visitations of Nightgaunts.
Alas, Lovecraft never learnt how to out of the body ride the night-Mare, of which the shamans to speak of as being an eight-legged female centaur whom weaves an associative web, interconnecting all things, to thence glide over of browsing.
Lovecraft’s superb literary creation of a grimoire, entitled the Necronomicon, he to surrealistically describe as being a banned tome, like many another book of the arcane shadow, which are said to have been penned by the so called rebellious Devil; well, going by Polanski’s film, Ninth Gate, anyhow.
But, in reality, as Lovecraft was well aware, these banned books can be found of viral-meme preponderance, which, of a most curious historical fact, they do not list female entities at all, apart from one singular grimoire, which is commonly known as the Goetia.
However, the Goetia only mentions a few, scant female entities out of its 72 listed spirits, which are described as being male spirits in disguise. Suffice to say, should Lovecraft’s Necronomicon to have really existed, it would list Succubae; for it would surely have been banned of Entartete Kunst censorship, burnt upon a pyre along with a Witch, or to be deeply buried under a Sphinx, since there is no historical evidence of such a tome ever being penned and illustrated.
Nor have there been any modern grimoires listing Succubae; as if there is a symbolic blind-spot; probably because such a tome would be considered as being very Entartete Kunst dodgy, even by the shocked Devil himself, who to panic stricken scream, “reptilian agenda!”
So, Faustus Crow has entered the fray, by creating a rebel grimoire illustrating Succubae, who be the true Great Old Ones, whom to have ‘factually’ been cast beyond the Angel angles of the symbolic framework of the patriarchy, upon which the ‘Matrix’ of your culture is based.
(Music used in the Video, by: Partners In Rhyme.)