SLENDER SHADOW GIRL SUCCUBUS
The Slender Shadow Girl resembles a thin, unnaturally tall nigh anorexic fashion model with a blank and usually featureless face, or to be otherwise wearing a veil, under which she has many faces of desire, who wears a tight clinging Wednesday Addams black dress. Some to say, she looks like a Goth Ghost girl and that her feline eyes are like black mirrors.
The Slender Shadow Girl has a voracious sexual appetite, who stalks her victims, whom are usually male; although, it is said she also has lesbian tendencies. As her victim falls asleep, she leaps out of the shadows, pouncing upon her prey, who then abducts her quarry into a surreal dream world, so that she can sinfully play with her new toy.
The Slender Shadow Girl is of course based in part upon the supernatural character of the Slender Man, to thence transform into a knitted together Frankenbabe Tulpa, of an exquisite corpse anti-viral meme.
The Slender Man, also known as Slenderman is an entirely fictional creation, which had originated as a popular Internet meme.
The gathered focus upon Slender Man is of similarity to the experiment conducted by a group of Toronto parapsychologists back in the 1970’s, who created a (Tulpa) Ghost of a male character, which generated poltergeist phenomena; it is shame that they did not investigate the archetypal character of a Witch.
The Toronto group creation of a Ghost can be easily applied to the creation of a Slender Shadow Girl, which lends an insight into the collective creation of Slender Man, who haunts the internet, and in turn the dreams of those whom are susceptible to its sublminal symbolic intrusions into their subconscious minds. It is easy to achieve; for the fear acts as a carrier wave, which empowers the charged symbolism to implant its self into the spun electron dream. But the sexual charge can also be utilised of a potent carrier wave.
The creation of the Slender Man is like that of the childlike alien Greys, whose eyes are described as being black of obsidian mirrors. The alien Greys can otherwise be seen as being akin to the Black Eyed Children of urban folklore, which leads you to the Succubus of the Slender Shadow Girl.
However, as for the character of Slender Man, he was initially created by the Something Awful forums user Eric Knudsen (a.k.a. Victor Surge) back in in 2009. In an interview with the website Know Your Meme, Knudsen related that he had been inspired to create the Slender Man from the urban legends of the shadow people, the writings of H. P. Lovecraft, Zack Parsons, and Stephen King (particularly The Mist), and the surrealism of William S. Burroughs. Knudsen’s artistic intention was, as he claimed, “to formulate something whose motivations can barely be comprehended, and [which triggered] unease and terror in a general population.”
The Slender Man soon went viral, of numerous works of fanart, cosplay and online fiction, which has since become known as, Creepypasta: scary stories, which are told in short snatches of easily copyable text, spreading from site to site. Like the mythic Tulpa, divorced from its original creator, the Slender Man has become the subject of myriad stories, covered by a multiple number of authors within an all encompassing modern mythos. Whether the character would have had the same impact if it had been created as being female, is debatable. Though, probably not, due to the prior media influences, which led to Slender Man’s development of an evolving infatuation with fear.
Stories of the Slender Man commonly feature him dressed in a black undertakers suit with a white silhouetted face. He is sometimes depicted floating, or that of walking with elongated legs, as tall as a tree, which had no doubt been inspired by the ‘Tall Man’ undertaker out of the 1978 cult horror movie, entitled Phantasm. From his reptilian, almost insect like body, several long-stretching limbs, emanate like Cthulhu tentacles, who is said to lurk in Evil Dead film forests, of an archetypal underworld theme, where he stalks, people. As for tangled pubic hair forests, they tend to be the symbolic vaginal haunt of wild Witches dancing Widdershin wise of a blood Moon lit Sabbat.
But the particular predilection of Slender Man is that of abducting children, of most disturbing sexual overtones, like the 1985 horror movie, Nightmare of Elm Street character, Freddie Krueger, merged with the man in black (MIB) out of UFO lore. You could of course have a (MIB) female version of a Time Travelling WIB strutting her Vogue catwalk out of a Vril saucer, whose dominatrix predilection is that of otherwise abducting male UFO researchers, to whisk away of astral journeying to her underworld womb city of Agartha.
The Slender Man is not confined to a single narrative, but, as mentioned appears in many disparate works of fiction, mostly composed online, whose elaborate back story has since been developed further to give it the air of chilling authenticity.
This has led to the development of an in depth fictional history for the character, which is said to encompass centuries of global folklore, along with ensuing folktales concerning the Devil, shadow people, vampires, reptilians, UFO’s and extraterrestrials, as well as science fiction themes of an imaginative synthesis.
For example, you can base the Slender Shadow Girl upon the Leannán sí, Fairy-Lover of Celtic lore, who in Scottish Gaelic is the, Leannan sìth, and in Manx, the Lhiannan shee. She is perceived to be a most beautiful Ghost woman of the Aos sí (people of the barrows) who abducts a human lover. Lovers of the Leannán sídhe are said to live brief, though highly inspired, lives. The name comes from the Gaelic words for a sweetheart, lover, or concubine and is also used as a term for a tumulus or (Agartha) burial mound.
One of the fictional histories of the Slender Man, describes his fiendish character as being known as Fear Dubh (The Dark Man), in Scotland; whereas the Dutch dubbed him, Takkenmann (Branch Man), and in Germany he is referred to as Der Grosse Man (Tall Man); all of which sounds genuine of adapted folklore, but it is entirely fictional. Although, what is interesting, is that journalists covering the Slender Man of a modern urban myth utilise this fictional folklore as being historical fact, without realising it is all made up.
It just so happens that a beauty spot in the United Kingdom, which has a history of supernatural sightings is said to be haunted by the Slender Man. Its haunt was originally plagued by ghostly sightings of the notorious Black Eyed Child, but it is now being spooked by the more popular Slender Man. Perhaps this due to his viral meme character of a Tulpa creation being fed into by many minds over the ritual web to tremble, which is still evolving of a conjured archetype. One to wonder as to what would have manifested instead of a Triangle of Art haunting, if the cohered focus was otherwise that of a salacious Slender Girl Succubus.
The tall spectre of the Slender Man has been spotted in Cannock Chase in Staffordshire by several terrified residents of the onetime British mining town. The locals reported seeing the shadowy form of the lean spirit, which had pinprick bloodshot red eyes, wearing Victorian dress, haunting the nearby forest as well as their homes. There are even photographs the entity; though heavily distorted of an unrecognisable form; the photos are more like blurred images.
One of the residents of Pye Green had reported that she was visited by an entity. She explained: “I was awoken just before 2am by an odd scratching noise in my bedroom. To my astonishment, there was what seemed like a sphere-shaped shadow by the edge of my wardrobe. As I tried to get out of bed and investigate further, the shadow began to stretch towards the ceiling. It was at that point I found myself faced with the most disgusting and horrific creature imaginable. It was about eight feet tall and had a white face with razor-sharp fangs.”
Another local, from Rugeley, said: “As my eyes opened, I saw a man floating over me. I could see into his eyes, they were a fierce red colour that shook me to my very core. The ordeal ended when the man, who was completely dressed in black with a hat to match, floated higher and higher until he hit my ceiling and disappeared.”
An investigator going by the name of Lee Brickley is trying to X File fathom why the child-snatching Slender Man, who is feared across the internet of a viral meme creation, has suddenly started haunting Cannock instead of the Black Eyed Child of a prior focus. One of his theories is to do with prior Pagan rites conducted by an ancient Celtic tribe, which he duly dices up with Hammer House of Horror human sacrifice, of an ongoing Romano-Christian fiction, of mere viral-meme propaganda.
Although the two appear to be connected of a symbolic theme, which is curiously similar to a creature, called the Tokoloshe of Zulu lore. The Tokoloshe is also very much akin to the spirits, which are described in medieval grimoires of varying two-dimensional illustrated forms.
However, the Tokoloshe is usually described as manifesting looking like a dwarf or Gremlin, even like a child at times with sunken black eyes, but it can also assume other forms, such as a Slender Man or even a Slender Shadow Girl, if desired; and what is more, it is purposefully created by a shaman, like that of the Tibetan Tulpa.
But, going by the Toronto Ghost creation experiment, such creatures may also be inadvertently created by a mass-mind focus, if they are led that way of a religious sentiment tinged with fear, which initiates a sustained fixation; whereby becoming as a viral-meme manifestation.
Lee, related: “To get so many sightings at roughly the same time is unusual. One theory is that this has nothing to do with the supernatural and eye-witnesses are experiencing sleep paralysis, where individuals’ eyes are open but they are still in a state of sleep, and therefore unable to move. There are reports of Slender Men seemingly pinning victims down, as if sitting on their chest. That could well be down to sleep paralysis.”
It is indeed associated with (Old Hag Syndrome) sleep paralysis, of an initial phase of hypnagogic trance ingress int the dream. Your unbridled fear determines what you tune into via the dream; wherein your fears can take on ‘lucid dream’ flesh, which is more so the case when it is of a collective focus; whereby you transform your fear into something else; otherwise, you will end up being abducted into a collective (viral meme) nightmare, to then believe it is all for real, when to awaken out of the horror.
The viral meme creation of the Slender Man, has inadvertently inspired a religious sentiment to develop, which of a habitual consequence leads to horrific crimes being committed, because of a blind belief in its reality. One example being that of two girls from Wisconsin, USA, who stabbed a 12-year-old classmate 19 times, whom claimed they wished to commit murder so they could impress their Slender Man incubus like it was some kind of deity.
It is of a similar religious phenomenon, concerning the myriad believers who seek to impress their deity, who have committed numerous atrocities throughout history; such as the Witch burnings, to that of the holocaust, all because of a scripted viral meme, which has been passed down the Biblical generations.
Hence the ensuing wars, which has and still is afflicting their so called Holy Land of the Middle East, of continual slaughter. So, should those of a religious bent of mind castigate your conjurations of a Slender Shadow Girl Succubus as being morally perverse of mere pornography, just point out that their own ritualistic conjurations of an egregore, has led to the sacrifice of myriad numbers of innocent Lambs across the globe, behind its ‘Faceless’ physiognomy of a monotheist altar. But they will invariably say, “he loves you;” or should one more accurately say, “loves to eat you,” Slender Man style!
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