I would like to discuss about my experiences with my Incubi. I feel shy as I type this but I don’t feel embarrassed about it at all.
A little about myself I’m 20 year old straight female. I come from a religious ethic background (I don’t like giving too much info just to protect my identity). I knew about demons, spirits, fairies etc from a early age.
On with my story I never played with ouija (sp?) boards because I don’t mess with those dangerous shit (EVER!) plus I didn’t meet him through a spell. So basically I met him on one of his nightly visits when I was like 12 1/2 years old. I was currently in lower (middle) school at the time. I felt him crawling on my bed and sat up checking if anyone was there but there was no one (duh). It did this a couple of times before I started slapping my duvet in frenzy. I started to freak out but I think he went away afterwards. Sorry I have a very bad memory. He would visit me on random nights but not all the time. He was really gentle and I felt him stroke my hair all the time then I started having these bizarre sexual dreams. It still makes me laugh when I remember my first lucid dream, it was so weird almost a cheesy sex scene. He had golden blonde hair and he looked like the same age as me, we were both completely naked. I was seriously freaked out even in my own dream and I told him along the lines of “No, I don’t think this is right we shouldn’t be doing this.” But he reasured me that we should then he pushed me back onto the bed. Then I woke up in the morning feeling confused but I felt good at the same time. So that’s how I lost my virginity. Just so you know it felt like I was watching it as the third person as if I was watching it like a film. Everything about it looked ethereal and the amptosphere had a golden and soft setting.
So yeah that’s my first experience I don’t want it make too long I will try to make other personal stories in short forum threads. Thank you for reading and sorry if it sounds a bit rubbish since it’s my first time on here. And I would love to hear your experiences too.