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This website and posts are for people who are suffering from psychic attacks that are labeled as mental illness and schizophrenia. Made to think that they are SO creative that their mind fabricates all of this sansations on its own and that there is nothing wrong with the world and EVERYTHING wrong with THEM. I got news for you buddy, it’s just the other way around. The world we live in is all messed up and THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH YOU. Schizophrenia and mental illness is done to you and it can be taken care off by prayer and by giving your life to Jesus Christ. If you are labeled a schizophrenic or having a mental disorder that means that either you have done something to attract this spirits or someone is targeting you. So am I. I am being targeted by satanists located in the Netherlands. They have located me in France and sent demons to monitor and harass me. The way I am targeted is sexual and perverted. The truth is that I and those with this type of target are being raped by demonic spirits. There is no off switch with this spirits unless an higher power comes to your aid. I am being harassed at day time, night time, standing, sitting, eating, on the toilet and outside. I would not wish this to my worst enemy. So if you are a victim of any kind of target and are being forced to wear the label of schizophrenia and mental disorder help yourself to the tools I am providing with the posts on this website and find your peace. May my testimony give you the courage to accept that you have no illness at all and may it expose your enemy’s. Share your story and take care of your problems at the root. You are a victim, not ill at all or disgusting and certainly not helpless. Don’t give up. Jesus Christ is THE Savior.

We all heard about the night visits of spirits who have sex with people but there are some of us who are living with this spirits 24/7. There are two spirits at a time (water demons ) that live with me sent by the satanists who are persecuting me from Holland the Netherlands. That’s where I lived before escaping from a mental health clinic and running to France. This spirits have sex with me day and night and every hour of the day. Even when I am outside I hear them following me and whenever I look at a woman with a thought of lust they engage in sex between themselves. But I feel the effects of it because the female spirit morphs her lower body into mine and I feel her being penetrated. And that gives me the sansation of walking with a female lower body.

Our wounds are physical and emotional but the attacks are spiritual. The effects can be a feeling of penetration of genitalia and rectum, energy loss, anger, depression, irritated nerve endings, cooking of body, hearing voices, seeing snakes, fear, being possessed, hearing noises and arousal of private parts. This are but a few symptoms of the attacks.
We are dealing with demonic influence and interference. EVERYBODY IS, in some form or shape. Someone or you did something that brought a target upon your life. Call it an evil eye. I have a list on one of my posts that deal with all the doorways that grant this spirits access in our lives.

This are few cases of women that are attacked by this sex and water demons. This recherches call it the incubus syndrome.

Indian Journal of Psychological MedicineWolters Kluwer — Medknow Publications

Incubus Syndrome: A Case Series and Review of Literature

Sandeep Grover and Aseem Mehra

Additional article information

Abstract

Incubus syndrome, characterized by delusional belief in female patients of being sexually approached by an unforeseen person, is rarely described in literature and description has been limited to isolated case reports. We describe four patients with schizophrenia, who reported the phenomenon of incubus and responded well to treatment with antipsychotics. A review of literature yielded five reports (describing six cases), most of which were described in the context of schizophrenia.Key words: Cultural beliefsincubusschizophrenia

INTRODUCTION

The term incubus syndrome is used for a rare form of delusion in which patients harbor a delusion that they have been sexually approached by an unseen lover.[1] It is considered a type of the secondary erotomania, in which the persons have delusion of being raped by an imaginary lover.[2,3,4,5]

The description of incubus syndrome is limited to few case reports. We describe four cases who presented with delusions amounting to incubus syndrome.

CASE REPORTS

Case 1

A 58-year-old married female who was suffering from hypertension and diabetes mellitus since the age of 52 years presented with a history of abnormal experiences since the last 12 months. All her symptoms started after a huge financial debt. Initially, her symptoms were characterized by delusion of persecution and reference. After 3–4 months of onset of psychotic symptoms, in addition to the delusion of persecution and reference, she developed symptoms suggestive of incubus. As per the patient, while she would go to sleep at any time of the day or night, she would have experience of someone having sexual intercourse with her. Often, she would wake up in the middle of the sleep (i.e., after few hours of sleep) and feel that someone had sexual intercourse with her. As per patient while lying down, she could feel that someone was touching her all over the body including the breast and genitalia. In addition, she would be able to feel a pressure over her body as if someone was lying on her body and at the same time would be able to feel the to and fro motion of the phallus in her genitalia. On waking up, she would not be able to find anyone and would not be able to go back to sleep. She would not be able to pinpoint the person having sexual intercourse with her, but was fully convinced about the experience which she would have every day. She denied of having orgasm during any such episodes. She held this belief with conviction, amounting to delusion. She attributed her belief to black magic and demons. This was associated with a significant distress. This experience was not associated with any other sleep-related disorder or experiences. Over the period in addition to the above symptoms, she also developed delusion of control and somatic passivity. There was no history suggestive of any other psychiatric symptoms, any neurological deficits, symptoms suggestive of narcolepsy, insomnia, hypersomnia, sleep terrors, nightmares, sleep-related movement disorders, panic attacks, posttraumatic stress disorder, any cognitive deficits, and recent change in medications. Her sexual history revealed that she was sexually inactive for the past few years and mostly would sleep alone.

Her routine investigations in the form of hemogram, renal function test, liver function test, serum electrolytes, thyroid function test, and magnetic resonance imaging of brain did not reveal any abnormality. Based on the available information, she was diagnosed with late-onset schizophrenia and was started on olanzapine 10 mg/day which was increased to 15 mg/day. Over the period of 3 months, all her symptoms resolved. Later, she also developed postpsychotic depression and required the use of venlafaxine. After remission of depressive symptoms, she maintained well on olanzapine for the next 3 years. After this, she stopped olanzapine and maintained well without medications for the next 6 years and again had a relapse of similar symptoms following a stressor. She was again managed with olanzapine and achieved remission in 4 months.

Case 2

A 24-year-old graduate, single, female presented to emergency department after a suicidal attempt. Exploration of history revealed that she was symptomatic since the age of 20 years. Her illness had an acute onset and was continuous in course. The symptoms were characterized by auditory hallucinations of commenting and discussing type, suspiciousness, delusion of reference, delusion of persecution, delusion of control, thought echo, remaining aloof, apathy, anhedonia and poor self-care, and marked psychosocial dysfunction. After about 3 years of onset of symptoms in addition to the aforementioned symptoms, additionally she started claiming herself to be incarnation of a goddess and reported that she was approached at the night time by a male god for sexual intercourse. She would elaborate that, whenever she would go to bed, she would be able to feel the presence of male god, whom she could feel over her body. She could also feel her legs being separated, would be able to feel movement of the hands over her body, and would be able to feel the movement of phallus in her vagina. Corroborative evidence from the family members (who would share bed with her) confirmed patient making pelvic movements at night which was not associated with any genital self-stimulation. These would mostly occur after 1–2 h of sleep, but there was a wide variation in timing with respect to sleep onset and these experiences. She held this belief with full conviction. She denied of having orgasm during any such episodes. The patient was not distressed by these symptoms, rather would enjoy this experience. Over the years, she had received adequate trials of olanzapine, aripiprazole, and risperidone without much benefit. Under the influence of auditory hallucinations, she jumped from the roof top and landed in emergency. She sustained multiple fractures of both lower limbs. Initially, she was managed by the orthopedicians for her fracture and was clinically stabilized and then transferred to psychiatry inpatient unit. There was no history suggestive of any neurological deficits, narcolepsy, insomnia, hypersomnia, sleep terrors, nightmares, sleep-related movement disorders, panic attacks, posttraumatic stress disorder, any cognitive deficits, and substance abuse. Her routine investigations in the form of hemogram, renal function test, liver function test, serum electrolytes, thyroid function test, and magnetic resonance imaging of brain did not reveal any abnormality. She was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. She was managed with electroconvulsive therapy and clozapine, with which all her positive symptoms resolved. She also perceived significant improvement in the negative symptoms. She maintained well for the next 1 year on clozapine, without any relapse of symptoms.

Case 3

A 45-year-old woman presented to the emergency department with organophosphorus poisoning. Evaluation of history revealed that she was suffering from a psychotic disorder since the age of 25 years. Her illness was characterized by delusion of reference, delusion of persecution, delusion of control, poor socialization, poor self-care, anhedonia, and apathy. Since the age of 36 years in addition to the aforementioned symptoms, she started to experience that someone was having sexual intercourse with her. As per patient while lying down, both during the daytime and night, she could feel that someone was touching, kissing her all over the body including the breast, lips, and genitalia. Often, she would wake up in the middle of the sleep (after few hours of going to sleep) and feel that someone had sexual intercourse with her. She held this belief with delusional conviction. She would attribute these experiences to black magic. She would remain very distressed due to these symptoms and would feel guilty, as it was against her sociocultural belief to have sexual intercourse with someone other than her spouse. She never experienced orgasm during any such episodes. Due to this, she also attempted to harm herself on multiple occasions. After one of the self-harm attempt, she came to the emergency department. There was no history suggestive of any neurological deficits, narcolepsy, insomnia, hypersomnia, sleep terrors, nightmares, sleep-related movement disorders, panic attacks, posttraumatic stress disorder, cognitive deficits, and substance abuse. Her investigations in the form of hemogram, renal function test, liver function test, serum electrolytes, thyroid function test, and magnetic resonance imaging of brain did not reveal any abnormality. She was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and was managed with risperidone 3 mg/day, with which her symptoms resolved.

Case 4

A 52-year-old female was diagnosed with hypertension, diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, and obesity at the age of 45 years. From the age of 47 years, gradually she developed symptoms in the form of delusion of control, thought echo, auditory hallucinations of commenting and commanding in nature, aloofness, irritability, and poor self-care. In addition, she would also report of being raped while she goes to sleep. She would remain fearful because of the same. She would describe her helplessness and say that whenever she would go to bed, she would feel sensation over her genitals and breasts suggestive of someone having sexual intercourse with her. She would clearly describe that, after few hours of going to sleep, she would feel that someone would come and lie down over her, move his hands over her body, especially the breast and genitalia, and have penetrative intercourse with her. However, she would deny ever having orgasm during such episodes. She held this belief with conviction, amounting to delusion. There was no history suggestive of any neurological deficits, other sleep-related phenomenon, panic attacks, posttraumatic stress disorder, and substance abuse. On investigation, no abnormality was found in her hemogram, renal function test, liver function test, serum electrolytes, thyroid function test, and magnetic resonance imaging and electroencephalogram. She was treated with tablet haloperidol and electroconvulsive therapy. She showed significant improvement in all her symptoms.

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