In ancient Akkadian, Sumerian, and Greek texts, Succubus is depicted as a female-demon who approaches men in their dreams for having sex and use sexual intercourse as a means to directly possess the body of the victims. Succubus is smart, sexy, and a powerful seductress or enchantress who loves nothing more than to toy with men. When she kisses a man, he becomes her prisoner for the rest of his life, and she drains the life out of him until he dies. Succubus does not need to be physically present in the room of her victim to seduce him, she can simply appear in his erotic dreams, when he could feel his private parts being touched by a soft and eager female palm, leading to an erection.
When having intercourse with the voluptuous beauty, he feels like entering an icy cave and ejaculates on her vulva. However, the unexpected and the extreme exotic moment of physical pleasure of the dramatic sexual encounter with Succubus implants a stigma of tremendous shame in him. Succubus leads the victim to experience deep sleep paralysis and ultimate death.
The name succubus originates from the Medieval Latin word succubae, which means harlot or prostitute. It is a combination of two Latin words, sub, meaning under, and cubare, which stands for to lie, denoting a submissive sex partner. In other words, the name signifies a sexual partner of the fairer sex. Many mythical stories about the succubus are derived from Jewish mysticism and Kabbalah, the ancient Jewish tradition of mystical interpretation of the Bible.
Perhaps the most famous among the stories is about Lilith, believed to be the first woman instead of Eve, who became a succubus after she left the Garden of Eden to enjoy sex with the archangel Samael. She left, as Adam and God did not want her to be there, since she refused to be the submissive partner and wanted to be free from any binding.
Despite its shape-transforming capability, a succubus is always believed to be physically stunning. It is believed that they transform themselves to their terrifying demonic appearances, complete with horn, wings, and tail, only to frighten and attack. When they decide to wear any cloth, they use luxurious, provocative, and revealing dresses, exhibiting willingly their extremely appealing physic.
Their behaviour is also based primarily on sexuality. They are cunning in nature, dissipated and manipulative in actions, and they are always on the prowl for potential male prospects. They attack their victims at night while they are sleeping and allegedly prefer simple and ethical people. None of them is a virgin, celibate or monogamous. A succubus enjoys a night of erotic pleasure, collects the semen of her victim, and passes it to her counterpart Incubus, who in his turn uses it to impregnate its female victim during copulation on its nightly venture, like her female counterpart.