Demons

When two or more peo­ple share a com­mon lust, they give birth to as­tral lar­vae just the same way se­men trans­forms in­to a foe­tus. As an as­tral lar­va is fed with con­stant pas­sion, year by year it grows in­to an egre­gore, the more per­ma­nent as­tral form, some­what able to live by it­self, just like ba­bies and teens. Af­ter 18 years of reg­u­lar feed­ing the form is com­plete and a new de­mon is ini­ti­at­ed.

Thus demons are not born from a phys­i­cal sex­u­al act but from the lust it­self. They are most of­ten man­like in shape be­cause the hu­manoid form it­self is the uni­ver­sal shape of pas­sion: the biped an­thro­poid body is ide­al for most of phys­i­cal plea­sures to be found in the uni­verse, where­as dif­fer­ent types of bod­ies typ­i­cal­ly have cer­tain lim­i­ta­tions. Demons hav­ing more so­phis­ti­cat­ed forms are rare but they're pos­si­ble.

As a hu­manoid, a de­mon can be usu­al­ly clas­si­fied by "gen­der" as a suc­cubus (fe­male) or an in­cubus (male), but the bod­i­ly fea­tures that make such clas­si­fi­ca­tion pos­si­ble ex­ist on­ly "for fun", so to speak, they do not have the child­birth func­tion found in hu­mans. Thus demons can­not be im­preg­nat­ed but their very bod­ies are forms of erot­ic thoughts, usu­al­ly they have ide­al shapes or have phys­i­cal abil­i­ties that hu­mans can on­ly fan­ta­size about.

As ful­ly de­vel­oped en­ti­ties, demons form their own as­tral so­ci­ety with black­jack and hook­ers, er... I mean princes and king­doms. Their in­dis­putable leader is Lu­cifer, oth­er ma­jor demons in­clude As­modeus, Be­lial, Samael, Baphomet, Mephistophe­les and there are count­less demons with less fa­mil­iar names.

A very long time ago, the pas­sions that cre­at­ed as­tral en­ti­ties were ma­jor­ly less erot­ic and much more pure, giv­ing birth to as­tral forms known as an­gels. These an­cient forms are now the as­tral mi­nor­i­ty, usu­al­ly de­spised by oth­er demons for their saint-like be­hav­ior. They still live in their own for­mer­ly great king­dom called Heav­en and of­ten dream of re­vival of the pure and holy, but usu­al­ly their at­tempts to re­volt are mer­ci­less­ly sup­pressed by the un­holy ma­jor­i­ty.

Many of them fall in the as­tral bat­tle­fields, but since as­tral forms can­not die, they be­come "fall­en an­gels" who are cap­tured and cor­rupt­ed. The on­ly thing that saves Heav­en from to­tal de­struc­tion is the fact that it bears a sen­ti­men­tal val­ue for Lu­cifer, who him­self had the his­to­ry of be­ing an an­gel at first, mak­ing Heav­en tech­ni­cal­ly his home and some of the archangels his child­hood's friends.

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