Showing posts from June, 2012

Demon Issue I: Flaming Desire of Incubus

Alone at night a young man toss and turn in his bed to some he is having a nightmare. In his "dream", he is being suck, rim and fuck by his lover. After hours of fucking; the young man was awake and he felt drain and satisfied. He wondered was it a dream then he fingered his hole. He examined his finger, he saw cum and its taste sweet. This man was visited by an incubus.

What the hell is an incubus?!!   An incubus (nominal form constructed from the Latin verb, incubo, incubare, or "to lie upon") is a demon in male form that according to a number of myths and legendary traditions, lies upon sleepers, especially sexually frustrated people, in order to have intercourse with them. Its female counterpart is the succubus. An incubus absorbs one’s life energy by kissing or having sexual intercourse. They are often very good looking and are capable of seducing someone by a simple touch. They are neutral . Some are good and just want be lover. However they are some who are …

Midsummer Night's Dream

Throughout history, there have been many people who have known and worked with the spirits that we now call fairies or feys. Here in Britain, both the ancient Celts and Anglo-Saxons believed in such beings, a faith that has had a lasting legacy up until the present day.  The Celtic name for fairies is sidhe, a word that means a burial mound, hill or earth barrow, since this is where many fairies live. It is said that when the Celts invaded Ireland, the resident people, the Tuatha Dé Danaan who had supernatural powers, were forced to retreat into the hollow hills and were only occasionally seen after that, though people left offerings of meat and milk on their mounds.  Feys can assume a human form, either male or female, for good or evil, to meddle in the affairs of mortal.
They are very tall and thin, eternally young and beautiful in appearance, and generally dressed in white. The Anglo-Saxon term for similar spirits is elf or aelf, a word meaning something like 'white spirit'…

Feel the Light of Ra

This the summer solstice and I am dedicating this post to Ra, the God of the Sun and Father of All.

There is often confusion surrounding the name of the Egyptian Sun God Ra. As the Ancient Egyptian religion evolved and included new ideas new systems with the old one into the Sun God Ra. The identity of the Sun God Ra was often confused with other gods as the different regional religions of Egypt were merged to unite the country. When you add to this misinterpretations and misspellings of Egyptologists and amateur historians it results in a variant of names relating to the same god - the Sun God Ra. Ra is the great sun god of the Egyptians, the source from which all life sprang and the great, all-seeing eye from which no action, good or bad, can be hidden. He guides the sun across the sky each day, and each night descends with it into the underworld; He is God of Justice and Benevolent Creation in the same measure, and the father of the rest of the Egyptian Gods, who seldom forget their …

Midsummer's Eve

Summer Solstice falls at the precise moment when the Sun's power is at its zenith. It is the time of year when the noon sun appears to be farthest north from the celestial equator. "Solstice" is Latin for "sun stands still". Summer Solstice is so named because to the naked eye the sun appears stationary in its northern and southern progression. The sun is directly over the tropic of Cancer at the summer solstice, at which time the sun is 23¡27' north. The sun travels 23.5 degrees to reach its maximum distance from the celestial equator during both the summer and winter solstice.
It is the longest day and shortest night of the year. From the moment of Summer Solstice, the Sun immediately begins to wane. The journey into the harvest season has begun. Midsummer has been one of the important solar events throughout the evolution of humankind. It was an indicator that the year was about to begin waning, thus winter would be again returning. Although not all the a…

Gods of the gay and bisexual community

I have been researching gods (specifically male gods) that are Patron of Homosexual and/or are bisexual 

Seth: God of the Desert, Chaos, Confusion, Storms, Wind, and Foreign Lands. He had been with Horus, God of Pharaoh and the Sky. He also fuck the local oasis gods and his harem of goddesses and minor gods. Seth is shown as red haired and white skin. Greeks (Easiest to find)
Dionysus: God of Viticulture and Drama. He is also Patron of effeminacy, hermaphrodites, transvestites and cross-dressing.
Eros: Messenger of Love. God of Erotic Love
Ganymede: God of Homosexual Love and Zeus’s cupbearer and lover.
Heracles: God of Strength and Gatekeeper of the Olympus. He gives strength to youths
Bisexual feeling
Zeus: King of the Gods. He has a young prince (Ganymede) a god and his lover.
Poseidon: Lord of the Sea. He is the first god to have a male lover, Pelops.
Apollo:  God of Sunlight, Archery and Prophecy. He has the most male lover of the gods.
Hermes: God of Eloquence and Intelligence. …