To say we live in strange times would be an epic understatement. If you would have told me I’d be reading articles about ghost fucking in semi-mainstream media outlets a few years back, I wouldn’t have believed you, but here we are (from Vice):
“In addition to being summoned by magicians, supernatural beings “are said to seek humans to cross-breed with because of our immortal souls,” according to Peterson. There are many examples of this. “Stories abound in medieval literature, such as the well-known Melusina, who features in the Starbucks logo.”
The specifics of the myth of Melusina vary; she is typically depicted as the half-fairy, half-human daughter of a fairy named Pressina, who had sex with a human. Melusina later pursues relationships with men in order to lift a curse she is under. Other myths throughout history offer similar accounts. One of the best-known is the entity Lilith, who appeared first in the Babylonian Talmud , which was written between the third and firth centuries. “She is said to have fertilized herself with male sperm to create demons,” says historian Natalia Klimczak.”
I personally like this part:
“Our new record of spirit sex may be most evident in the archives of pop culture. In recent years, many celebrities have come out and shared their experiences having sex with supernatural beings—primarily ghosts. In 2012, musician Ke$ha said she is “very open” to having sex with ghosts, which she claims to have done before. The late Anna Nicole Smith once said that “a ghost would crawl up my leg and have sex with me at an apartment a long time ago in Texas.” Though she was freaked out at first, she ended up being grateful for the “amazing” sex.
Bobby Brown claimed he lived in a haunted house where, “one memorable night, one of the ghosts descended from the ceiling and had sex with me.” Other celebrities include Dan Akroyd, who once felt a ghost in his bed; Coco Austin, the wife of Ice-T, who claims to have been pained by many perverted ghosts during her life; actor Paz de la Huerta, who said that the ghost of Elvis flew through her body and gave her an orgasm at Graceland; actor Natasha Blasick, who has enjoyably had sex with ghosts twice; and Lucy Liu, who had sex with a spirit, too. “It was sheer bliss. I felt everything. I climaxed. And then he floated away,” she said.”
So spirit sex is way more common than anyone wants to really acknowledge and here’s where I point out that I started having otherworldly erotic liaisons after playing around with astral projection in my youth. I wrote about some of those here years back if you’re curious. That stuff’s from my now out of print book, but it’s something I’ve had continual experience with, so by all means check out my new book for details on all that out of body sex/abduction stuff.
To give you a brief synopsis, I’ve now been repeatedly shown that sex in our dimension is a metaphor for the conjoining of spiritual energies and the creation of worlds. It is in fact where we come from and it just keeps getting bigger the higher up you go. Cosmic.
Latest posts by Thad McKraken (see all)
- So, Uhhh, Funeral Strippers are Actually a Thing Apparently - Feb 22, 2018
- Prominent Sleep Scientists Agree: We Still Pretty Much Know Absolutely Nothing About Sleep - Feb 21, 2018
- You Wouldn’t Like Me When I’m Angry: Every Single Reason Bruce Banner Loses His Shit in the 70’s Hulk TV Show - Feb 20, 2018