Rusalka ‘plural: Rusalki was perceived as a female Ghost, Water Nymph, Succubus or Mermaid of an Inorganic Feminine Intelligence, who often dwelled in a waterway.
According to most pre-Christian Slavic traditions of Eastern Europe, the Rusalki ghost girls were usually seen as being of an amphibious nature, which indicates reptilian characteristics.
The Rusalki ghost girls primarily live at the bottom of torque whirlpools, which is somewhat reminiscent of what the Yaqui Sorcerer called Don Juan told the author Carlos Castaneda about the Inorganic Feminine Intelligence called the Allies, which also frequents whirlpools.
A salacious Rusalka was seen to stalk the depths of the humid night as a ghost, walking upon the river bank naked or to dance amidst the meadows sky-clad. Should a Rusalka see a handsome male, she would mercilessly hunt him down, fascinating her quarry with erotic songs filling his head.
He would also be tormented by visions…
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