Most of the spirits, which are listed in the grimoires are described as being male entities; many of whom were one time deities of varying cultures, which had been dominated; this led to their ancestral-self-identities being demonised of symbolic bondage.
There is little or no mention of female spirits, and when such are mentioned of one time prior Goddesses, they are seen to be enslaved male entities in disguise. The religious foundation upon which the overriding focus upon the male gender is based, is indicative of an underlying sexual orientation.
This underlying sexual orientation becomes more obvious, when the grimoires communicate that a disobedient spirit will need to be severely punished should it not manifest before a magician, which leads to a certain active-imagination technique being employed.
The technique is described in most grimoires of similarity, which involves cursing the spirit with varying exorcist curses along with flagellating, whipping…
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