Being a blogger myself, sharing my own experiences so others can relate or read of a point of view that’s non dogmatic, about spirits or entities that are caring, loving and compassionate. When it comes to the subject of “succubus” or sexual entities, it has created a community of likeminded individuals who share their thoughts and gives support to one another. That community is, sadly, divided in fractions where most of us have our own site and link to eachother. There are more differences than similarities in our journeys, but we have this one thing in common: The full attention of a benevolent entity by our side.
But this post isn’t about the “succubus” community, per se, but the disappearance of bloggers about the subject of relationship with otherdimensional beings.
It started last year, when one of the bloggers decided to do a radio interview with a “psychic” called “Psychic Surgeon”. Before that particular interview, the bloggers relationship with the entity were good, healthy and progressed forward in the aspect of spiritual and individual development. During that interview, the radio hostess claimed that the “succubus” were a “classical looking sex demon” and that the entity isn’t “entirely honest” with her agenda towards that man. The response from the entity during and after the interview, as been explained by the blogger, were physical pain in parts of his body. The blogger claims the intention of revealing the “succubus true nature”, without taking consideration of someone getting hurt and heartbroken by false claim of dogmatic perception. A reaction of fear of being abandoned, may be the result of the pain in his body, rather than a malevolent behavior alá dogma.
Shortly after that interview, the blogger deleted his blog and performed an “exorcism” to be rid of that “succubus” he had a relationship with during a 2 year period, that according to what he wrote, worked really good.
Many questions were raised about what the “succubus” must have felt during that period. Whether it’s a man or a women, an inevitable situation like that interview, must have been tough to been through from the opposite point of view. The fear, and the claims of something so deeply dogmatic that doesn’t fit to the mans positive experiences that he shared to others, would cause some sort of reaction to prove the claims wrong. How would you react if someone claimed that your not honest with your intentions, while proven otherwise to your loveinterrest?
Other bloggers have, occasionally, left their blogs too. The reasons might be different from the main example above, but it’s a negative trend that doesn’t look good in the long run. But on a sidenote, there is a constant stream of new people that share their experiences to others, whether it’s on a blog or a forum like BALG. And that’s a good start.