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The Demon Attacks at Night: Explaining the Incubus Phenomenon
Incubi are master shape-shifters and change themselves into any male form you desire. As spirits Incubi are highly sensuous, seductive, affectionate, and protective of their Keeper. They can be loving and affectionate making them excellent companions and lovers. They can be kept by both Men and Women. They can be kept alongside Succubi.
Because an incubus demon can become fixated on a particular victim, some women have died from exhaustion after being visited by the same incubus demon over and over. The incubus demon is mentioned in the earliest work of fiction we still have today, The Epic of Gilgamesh. In some traditions, an incubus demon will put its victim in a trance so that they are unable to move or call for help. One study found that as many as 11 percent of people will have an experience in their lifetime that may be described similarly to an attack by an incubus demon, though the study characterized the phenomena as a form of sleep paralysis. The female version of an incubus is a succubus.
Incubus , demon in male form that seeks to have sexual intercourse with sleeping women; the corresponding spirit in female form is called a succubus., Imagine you suddenly awake at night.
The word is derived from the Latin preposition in , which in this case means on top of, and cubo , which is Latin for "I lie". The word incubo translates into "I lie on top". In modern psychological usage, the term has been applied to the type of nightmare that gives one the feeling of a heavy weight or oppression on the chest and stomach. In some legends, incubi and succubi were said not to be different genders of the same demonic species but the same demon able to change their sex; the idea being that a succubus would be able to sleep with a man and collect his semen, and then transform into an incubus and use that seed on women. Thomas Aquinas insisted that demons were sterile; therefore the only way the incubus could impregnate a woman was by receiving the semen from a succubus who had received from a man. Also, aiding in this theory was the idea that demons were able to change their sex at will.
An incubus is a demon in male form who, according to mythological and legendary traditions, lies upon sleeping women  in order to engage in sexual activity with them. Its female counterpart is a succubus. Salacious tales of incubi and succubi have been told for many centuries in traditional societies. Some traditions hold that repeated sexual activity with an incubus or succubus may result in the deterioration of health, mental state, or even death. The word incubus is derived from Late Latin incubo "a nightmare induced by such a demon" from incubare "to lie upon. These demons were originally storm demons, but they eventually became regarded as night demons because of mistaken etymology. Incubi were thought to be demons who had sexual relations with women, sometimes producing a child by the woman.
If you've ever woken up in the middle of the night feeling as though you're being crushed by a demonic being, you may have just experienced what's called the incubus phenomenon: an "attack" by a male demon. Its female counterpart, the succubus, usually attacks men. The phenomenon is, in many ways, the quintessential nightmare. For centuries, the incubus demon has been said to haunt sleepers, inspiring tales in traditional folklore as well as works of art. Now, a new meta-analysis from the Netherlands suggests that this frightening phenomenon may be more common than previously thought — and that it should be taken more seriously by psychiatrists and psychologists who hear such accounts from their patients. The so-called attack usually occurs during an episode of sleep paralysis, a condition that's even more common than the incubus phenomenon, according to the meta-analysis.