Resources – (Updated August 10th, 2019)
Incubi and Succubi YouTube playlist:
A Guide to Summoning Succubi – Archived Authspot Article
SUCCUPEDIA – Letter of Intent Guide
What Sex with a Succubus is Like – Rafe’s take on the experience.
SuccuSummon – Archive – Erik Vonroth’s Site, Summoning Classes.
Russian Succubus Site
Russian Succubus Forum
How to Summon a Succubus – Encyclopedia Satanica
Dreamgasm #1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – Erotic binaural beats videos with summoning chants for succubi.
Become a Living God – Youtube Channel
E. A. Koetting – LHP Ceremonial Magician, Author, Ritual for Hire
Asenath Mason – Qlipothic Magick, Gnosis of the Infernal Current, Succubi and Incubi
J. D. Temple – Offers Succubus/Incubus Summoning and Binding Services
How To Have Sex With An Incubus Or Succubus – BALG YouTube Video
Sex Magick With An Incubus & Succubus – J. D. Temple – BALG YouTube Video
How to Practice Safe Sex with a Demon Lover – Asenath Mason – YouTube Video
Incubus Relationship Interview with Orlee Stewart – Episode 2 – Episode 3 – BALG YouTube Video
HOW TO GET A SUCCUBUS OR INCUBUS – Orlee Stewart – YouTube Video
Your Ghost Stories – Incubus and Succubus Stories
Ida Craddock – 1800s Christian Mystic with a Spirit Lover, Pioneer of Sexual Liberation and Women’s Rights
OBE4U.com – Resource for Astral Projection and Out-of-Body Experience Triggering Methods
Astral Dynamics – Robert Bruce’s Website on Astral Projection
V. K. Jehannum’s Blog – Tons of rituals and articles about demons. Hosts a complete path-working for the Qlipoth and Satanism in general.
Getting the Best Results with Demonic Sigils – V. K. Jehannum – YouTube Video
Rune Soup – Gordon White – Good podcast, Covers a Range of Magickal Topics
Secrets of the Gods Youtube Channel – LHP Lucifarianism and Information About Evoking Spirits
The Truth About Incubi, Succubi And Spirit Lovers In General – Bless Parco – YouTube Video
Lady Lilith Enn Chanting (Binaural Beats, Wear Headphones) – Satan & Suns – YouTube Video
21 Faces of God – Excellent documentary on the Major Arcana of the Tarot
Blogs with the Active tag have been updated within the year. Blogs with the Inactive tag haven’t been updated for more than a year. The ARCHIVE tag indicates the blog as having been deleted by the owner and the most recent snapshot from archive.org is referenced instead.
AcrossInfinity – Active – Richard’s blog. A spirit keeper in a succubus relationship. He delves into many cultures and magickal traditions in his posts.
All About Succubus – Inactive – A succubus relationship that didn’t work out.
Arkzyk – Active – Johnthesheep, a frequent commenter here, shares his journey with succubi.
A Succubus Loved Me – Inactive – On again, off again, relationship with succubus spirits.
ASuccubusLovesMe – Active – Highly recommended. Rafe has shared a great deal about his journey with succubi.
Chalice Diabolic – Inactive – The Valeyard’s blog. Fascinating, informative posts about spirits and the occult.
Down a Different Path – Inactive – Gobtcha’s blog, chronicling his relationship with an unnamed succubus.
Earthbound Alien 81 – Inactive – Tim’s blog, where his succubi often speak for themselves in their own posts.
Harry Holmes – ARCHIVE – Highly recommended reading. One of the first succubus blogs and fascinating to boot. The author dropped off the map years ago.
Kareemofinn 666 – Inactive – Difficult to read, no paragraph breaks or punctuation. Mercifully brief.
Koontzz123’s Blog – Inactive – Another fellow blogger that went dark a couple years ago.
Life With Spirits – DELETED – Spirit Walker’s blog, where he records his interactions with many different spirits. No archive. Blog was deleted December 2018.
My Paranormal Experiences – Inactive – Altarage and his relationship with the succubus, “X.”
My Spirit Love – Inactive – Atkin Michaels’ blog. Author of the My Spirit Lover books.
My Succubus Marissa – ARCHIVE – One of the oldest blogs, about a man and his succubus, Marissa. Deleted early 2019.
My Succubus Romance – Inactive – TrippingOverGalaxies and their relationship with the succubus, Avira.
My “Succubus” Wife – Inactive – Loose Canon’s blog. He doesn’t talk about his own succubus much, but he covers a wide gamut of topics in the same vein.
Ryan’s Succubus Blog – Inactive – An older popular blog, famous for its summoning rituals.
Sceeanno’s Blog – Inactive – Blogging steadily since 2013 and still kicking! He has a relationship with a few different succubi.
SkaardParanormal – Inactive – Aussie troll extraordinaire. Has yet to discover that punctuation exists, but is alleged to have multiple spirit partners.
SLiPkid’s Virtual Shadows – Active – Records of conversations between a man and his spirit partner, Penelope.
Spirit Compendium – Inactive – A former Christian pastor has his life radically changed by Lilith and his succubus, “V.”
Spirit Sanctum – Inactive – Netsirt’s blog about their relationship with the angel, Gabriel.
Spirit Wife Jazmine – Inactive – Ken757’s blog. He’s a spirit keeper, with many succubi in tow. Thousands of them, if I’m understanding correctly!
Succubus Collective – Active – A unique view of succubi as a collective.
SuccubusDesire – Inactive – Kiwi who eventually found his succubus, Luna.
SuccubusDominance – Inactive – Covers various LHP topics. Follows Asenath Mason. Has a relationship with a succubus named, Nyx.
SuccubusHolmes – Inactive – A relationship with a succubus named, “Bell.” Tens of succubi join in later.
Succubusluv – Inactive – Sluv has been around awhile, updating about his relationship with multiple succubi. He has many EVP recordings.
Succubus Thoughts – Inactive – Crystal’s blog. She believes that she is an human incarnation of a succubus spirit.
SuccubusTrio – Inactive – A lesbian in a relationship with many succubi.
Succudude90 – Inactive – Succubi, various drugs, and getting high. Fun times.
Succunation – ARCHIVE – A man in a relationship with two succubus spirits. Disappeared years ago.
SUCCUPEDIA – Inactive – Came online shortly after I started blogging. Has an interesting, almost steam-punkish take on the succubus experience.
The Midnight Plane – Inactive – Blackraven888’s relationship with his succubus, Ciara.
The Succubus Study – ARCHIVE – Dalrealxgen, The Spiritual Cynic, and his relationship with the succubus, Rosalia. Lots of pop-culture critique interspersed. Blog deleted December 2018.
Liber Lilith, Donald Tyson
Alleged to be an ancient Gnostic grimoire, retelling the old creation myth with Lilith at the center of it all. This volume is literally bewitching, and possibly very dangerous in the wrong hands. The pull and draw of succubi is undeniable while reading this fascinating work. Is it fiction? Maybe, but I’ve felt its effects from reading my copy.
This book contains some rituals that would be quite illegal if performed literally. As with any descent down the Left-Hand Path, the operator must walk that fine line between insanity and illumination.
Following the Grimoire, a cautionary tale of the German occultist, Karl Steiger, finishes off the work. The journal documents his descent into madness as he becomes more enamored by the Dark Goddess. Liber Lilith is probably the most confronting, yet exhilarating, book on this list. Tread carefully!
Sexual Alchemy, Donald Tyson
Unfortunately out of print, but copies can be found for those who really want to read it. This book contains one of the best historical overviews of spirit-human relationships throughout the centuries. Probably the most scholarly work on this list, Tyson has taken great care to document his interactions with amorous spirits and the methods through which he made contact.
Highly recommended as a primer on sexual spirits and their history.
Sexual Outlaw, Erotic Mystic: The Essential Ida Craddock, Vere Chappell
For anyone who is struggling with their spirit relationship, trying to understand the nuances and complexities of human-spirit interaction, I recommend they consider Ida Craddock’s writings. Comparing my own experience, I know the relationship she had with her spirit lover, Soph, was real and quite similar to my own. Her insights are indispensable and especially comforting for those who come from a Christian background.
Whereas Liber Lilith will scare the reader senseless, Ida Craddock provides a down-to-earth perspective on loving entities from the Boderland. Many of her writings are freely available on-line, but this book contains some of her most well-researched treasures; elucidating occult wisdom grounded in ancient traditions. She tells precisely what the symbolism means and how spirit-human relationships are surprisingly replete in the historical record.
My Spirit Lover Series, Atkin Michaels
These books actually originated from this blogging community. Atkin Michaels keeps a very detailed and thorough journal of both his, and his wife’s, experience with sex spirits.
I haven’t read the last two in the series, but I found the first book was great for getting an almost real-time account of what the introductory phase is like.
Adventures Beyond the Body, William Buhlman
This was one of the first books I managed to get my hands on when I began to study Astral Projection. Mr. Buhlman recounts many of his most fascinating out-of-body experiences and how his interest in the subject was kindled.
This one is a page-turner and is great for priming the subconscious mind into a lucid dreaming/OBE-mode. The more one reads about astral journeys, the more likely they are to occur!
The Phase, Michael Raduga
An earlier edition of this book is available for free as an e-book format. I highly recommend this comprehensive work; freely distributed from a very generous Russian. The “Indirect Method,” pioneered by Raduga’s research, remains the most reliable and repeatable pathway towards out-of-body travel I have yet found. If the directions are followed exactly, this shit works, and it doesn’t cost a cent.
There are also plenty of out-of-body experiences recorded in his books and they are indispensable for getting the subconscious mind into the right mode for attempting an exit.
Astral Dynamics, Robert Bruce
I have my disagreements with Robert Bruce, especially his opinion on succubi. However, ideological differences shouldn’t stop anyone from taking a deep dive into his Astral projection books. This is the most detailed work pertaining to the Astral world that I’ve come across. It contains everything from the physics of each environment, methods of travel, flora, fauna, and investigations into the Akashic Records.
Our Ultimate Reality, Adrian Cooper
I found that this book descends a bit too much into the hippie-dippy New Age realm for my taste. Yet it is still a fascinating read, delving into just about every subject pertaining to spirituality imaginable. I’m serious. Adrian Cooper touches on just about EVERYTHING. Even an unsurprisingly negative take on succubi.
The Book of Azazel and Evoking Eternity, E. A. Koetting
E. A. Koetting is a controversial figure in the occult community. Some have derided him as nothing more than a snake-oil salesman who doesn’t have anything substantial to share. For anyone who gleaned that sort of impression from their cursory glance of his website: give the man a second chance. His books are well written and worth the read for any aspiring ceremonial magician.
The Book of Azazel is available on Youtube as a free audio book. I recommend this book to anyone who is considering venturing down the Left-Hand Path. I can corroborate his claims about how these demons work and the process of initiation. I don’t work with Azazel, but the challenging and purifying process that Koetting goes through is much the same as my own growth in the infernal current.
Evoking Eternity is another great primer from Koetting, with detailed instructions for evoking spirits and what to expect. All of his works are very handy for those wanting to take the ceremonial magick approach.
The Devil’s Pulpit, Rev. Robert Taylor
Conventional Christians be warned, this is a dangerous collection of sermons. This series was originally preached back in the 1800s by Rev. Robert Taylor and he was subsequently jailed for daring to challenge the church’s narrative on Christ publicly.
What was his great crime? He made sense of the story of Christ through the illuminating lens of astrology and occult symbolism. The conflicting collection of Gospel testimonies are vividly manifested as a timeless mythos; a myth shared in common with many religions of the past. Jesus’ journey is revealed as the Sun (Son) traveling through the 12 constellations of the Zodiac, and so much more. This book summarily decimates the popular notion of the four Gospels being taken literally as historical fact.
The Greatest Story Ever Told has become so much more meaningful to me through this book and I recommend it to any Christian who has a real desire to peak behind the curtain.
The Bible, The Devil’s Book, Jos Rogiers
This is a fitting work to read alongside The Devil’s Pulpit. Whereas Rev. Taylor illuminates the reasons why the Bible is written the way it is, Rogiers’ exposes the great “Holy Book” for being the disastrously flawed moral code that it is. If the Devil exists, the Abrahamic faiths are surely worshiping him. This engrossing book demonstrates how only psychopaths can truly follow the Bible’s teachings literally. He also explores how the European peoples, through centuries of theological debate and war, managed to transform Christianity into a more wholesome, traditional religion in spite of its flaws.
Demons of the Flesh, Nikolas and Zeena Schreck
Demons of the Flesh offers a comprehensive examination of sex magic and the Left-Hand Path. For those desiring to know the elusive history of this forbidden realm, this book will fill in all of the details from both Eastern and Western traditions. The authors do not pull any punches and are unafraid to demonstrate the Sinister Current in its rawest form.