SUCCUBUS SUPERHEROINES TO CONJURE OUT OF A COMIC

FAUSTUS CROW

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You could easily equate a superhero comic book with an illustrated medieval Grimoire.

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Both of these works illustrate archetypal characters, which have particular abilities and powers along with having personal seals, wearing planetary colour coded costumes, and in some cases being associated with animal totems.

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A sorcerer could see his comic strip superhero characters as Avatars, which can be assumed as his alternate guises within lucid dreams.

Each Avatar of a superhero would have a corresponding (Tulpa girl) superheroine coupled with him.

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This sorcery operation is based upon a Tibetan Buddhist dream yoga technique, which was originally derived from ancient shamanic practices.

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The dream yoga technique involves the practitioner visualising him self as being a certain type of a Buddha, to assume of an alternate guise within a lucid dream, like wearing an Ironman suit out of the Wizard Of OZ; the question is…

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