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Old 31-05-2014, 10:00 PM   #1343
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An Incubus (nominal form constructed from the Latin verb, incubo, incubare, or "to lie upon") is a demon in male form who, according to a number of mythological and legendary traditions, lies upon sleepers, especially women, in order to have sexual intercourse with them.. Its female counterpart is the succubus..One of the earliest mentions of an incubus comes from Mesopotamia on the Sumerian King List, ca. 2400 BC, where the hero Gilgamesh's father is listed as Lilu.. It is said that Lilu disturbs and seduces women in their sleep, while Lilitu, a female demon, appears to men in their erotic dreams..Lilith (Hebrew: לילית‎; lilit, or lilith) is a Hebrew name for a figure in Jewish mythology, developed earliest in the Babylonian Talmud, who is generally thought to be in part derived from a class of female demons Līlīṯu in Mesopotamian texts of Assyria and Babylonia..A succubus would be able to sleep with a man and Collect his sperm, and then transform into an incubus and use that seed on women.. Even though sperm and egg came from humans originally, the spirits' O-ffspring were often thought of as SuperNatural...

Alphabet of Ben Sirach (Alphabetum Siracidis, Othijoth ben Sira) is an anonymous medieval text inspired by the Wisdom of Sirach.. It is dated to anywhere between A.D. 700 and 1000. It is a compilation of 2 lists of proverbs, 22 in Aramaic and 22 in Hebrew, both arranged as alphabetic acrostics..Incubi are sometimes said to be able to conceive children. The half-human offspring of such a union is sometimes referred to as a cambion. The most famous legend of such a case includes that of Merlin, the famous Wizard from Arthurian legend..The 22 Hebrew proverbs are quite different in character from the Aramaic ones, and much more recent. Half of the proverbs are borrowed from the Talmud, and are only a pretext for the presentation of a number of legends surrounding Ben Sira isis presented as the son of Jeremiah.. Ben Sira's fame reached Nebuchadnezzar, who called him to his court.. Nebuchadnezzar sets forth various ordeals for Ben Sira, who responds with 22 stories. Some of the fables of the collection are indebted to Christian legend, and to the Indian Panchatantra..The text is best known because of its reference to Lilith, and it is the 5th of Ben Sira's responses to King Nebuchadnezzar... got very nice eyes, DeeDee.. And it's no big deal if you fall 'cause you'll just land in a cloud..Oh, yeah. Bloody elle.. I'm sweating in here.. Roasting. Boiling. Baking. Sweltering.. It's like a sauna.. Furnace.. You can fry an egg on my stomach.. Ohh, who wouldn't lap this up? It's ridiculous.. Tremendous. Fantastic.. Fan-dabby-dozy-tastic...

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