and Satan - those naughty devil worshippers of our darker
past...always on with those orgies and banquets.
With the utmost respect, faithful reader...
if the idea of complete sacrilege perpetrated by would-be Crowley acolytes
bothers you, then head back to the index. This compellation of urls
might not be your cup o' tea. I sought to entertain you with the
more comprehensive, yet ~cough~ realistic websites to be found on the
subject of that old pervert Satan and the grand journeys of his supposedly
Take this annotated bundle of entertainment
as just that. Although I sought to input as much "history"
as I could find, it still ends up looking slightly like a pile of amateur
carnivale entertainers. Keep in mind, with the good and bad websites you
might find, each lends its own flavor to the world wide web. Anyone
can open a website. No one verifies or confirms. The sites
just simply "are".
So we'll stroll through the web, in search
of Satan's sexual escapades, and hope we gather giggles or titillation
along the way.
Shall we start with The
Skeptic's Dictionary? In this case, the "devil's
advocate" may take on a whole new meaning...
"Throughout the centuries,
many pious religious people have erroneously considered those with certain
mental or physical illnesses to be possessed by Satan.
More frequent than outright possession,
however, has been the accusation of being in consort with the devil. Satan
is believed to have many powers, among them the power to manifest himself
in human or animal form. The consorting has been recorded as often being
purely physical and mostly sexual. For most of the history of Christianity
there are reports of Satan having sex with humans, either as an incubus
(male devil) or succubus (female devil)."
How about a peek at Satanic
Ethics and Morality....
"Satanism is pro-sexuality. Sexuality is
a pure form of pleasure, something that satisfies our deepest purpose in
life. Modern life allows us to enjoy sex without the risks of unplanned
pregnancies and sexual diseases assuming that sense is taken. Which it
should be. Satanism supports any fetish, kink or flavor of sexual
encounter as long as all parties involved are consenting. Some people like
quality, some people like quantity.
A number of essays and texts by LaVey
concentrate on the use and expression of sexual energy, but as social
tools and energy within ritual. Boyd Rice says 'LaVey understood that
wasn't one cookie-cutter for everyone [...] Sexual freedom doesn't mean
having as much sex as possible, it means having the kind of sex you want.'
Our strongest emotions and desires are sexual, we are sexual beings, it
drives and motivates us more than any other factor.
Our sexuality is fluid: It cannot be
oppressed. Denying our sexuality simply causes it's waters to flow into
other areas, sometimes in very unhealthy ways, honestly and expression
fare much better than repression. Satanism is informed by modern and
learned psychological, medical and scientific opinions on sex, there is no
dogmatic principles or religious intolerance of sexuality within Satanism.
It is very optimistic, positive and healthy: This can only be expected of
such a carnal religion of the
flesh such as Satanism!"
Ethics and Morality
It seems, at this website, the "Real
History of Satanism" is based on economy. A rather
interesting essay awaits you, with some rather preposterous suggestions,
but worth a glance.
For a bit more staid approach to Devil
Worship, check out this site. It offers a dry, but comprehensive
history of at least the Middle Ages.
Sex With A Devil
In reality, many people, men and women,
have fantasies about fucking devils and incubus/succubus, etc.
A desire to be "bad" or evil, naughty and completely abandon all
sense of decency...type fantasies.
Fantasies can include the incubus and
succubus of legend...
"...the succubus is a demon from
legend that supposedly preys on mortal men while he sleeps; a sexual
vampire of sorts. The actual name has its origins from late Latin- succuba
meaning prostitute, which in turn comes from medieval Latin sub cubaire
meaning 'that which lies beneath'. The male version is the incubus (from
Latin- 'that which lies above'). There are some sources who claim that the
succubus and the incubus are one and the same creature who can change form
at will to prey on mortals.
Many varying legends relate to the succubus, each influenced by the
culture and socio-political context in which these legends arose."
(to be continued...)