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  • Witch has magic and Succubus is a powerful demon spawned from Satan.

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  • The Succubus is always watching, scolding, banning!

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  • A liberal sort with socialist Jewish friends, Hadley is simultaneously attracted and repulsed by a group of holy rollers led by Theodore Beckheim, a charismatic black preacher — and also by the "strong, calculating, ruthless, efficient" Marsha Frazier, who runs a haphazardly produced magazine called Succubus that turns out to be anti-Semitic.

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  • What we have here is a contemporary update of that ancient monster known as the Succubus, and an enactment of the idea that love is blind -- or, to be more precise, that as long as a woman is good in bed, the rest is negotiable.

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  • Upon this, by us has she been required to voluntarily declare herself to be, and to have always been, demon of the nature of the Succubus, which is a female devil whose business it is to corrupt Christians by the blandishments and flagitious delights of love.

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  • Succubus aka Necronomicon - Geträumte Sünden (Jesus Franco; 1968)

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  • Another piece has hit my gallery, this one titled "Succubus", which should tell you roughly how work-safe it is.

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  • "Succubus" and "Incubus") have sexual characteristics that are detailed in text (e.g.,

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  • “When I come inside you, Succubus, Gabriel will touch your stomach, and we will create a child, one of duty that will serve the Serim council for all eternity.”

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  • I am ashamed that you even think of doing so, Succubus.

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  • A female demon that forces herself on men.

    September 28, 2009

  • First attested 1387, derived from Late Latin succuba "strumpet", used to describe the supernatural being as well. From succubare "to lie under", from sub- "under" and cubare "to lie". They are also believed to be vampires in some cultures. Earlier stories of them were said to drink blood from their sleeping victims or take blood from the willing. The legend of this account was first established in 300 B.C. maybe older.

    September 28, 2009