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To Sumerians, Babylonians, Assyrians, and Jews there were male and female demons (Jewish demons were mostly male, although female examples such as Lilith exist).
In Christian demonology and theology the matter of the sexuality of the demons is not clear.
Dispensing inaccurate and terrible sex advice is a notion that’s as American as Kellogg’s cornflakes (which was invented to thwart masturbation, as we will soon discuss).an early treatise on demons of Judeo-Christian origin, presents the demon Ornias, who assumes the shape of a woman to copulate with men (though in other versions he does it while in the shape of an old man).After meeting him, king Solomon asks Beelzebub if there are female demons, suggesting a difference between male shapeshifting demons (incubi/succubi) and genuine female demons.Their abandonment is a crime as it has robbed them of eternal life.Characters who appear on-stage enter a "fecundating matrix," a fantasy that gives them immortality. While many Master Masons are aware of the celebration of these 2 days, few realize why it is cause for celebration within their lodge. John was the primitive Mother Lodge, held in Jerusalem and dedicated to St. John the Baptist baptized Jesus and proclaimed Him the "Lamb of God". John the Evangelist is said to be the disciple whom Jesus loved. John the Evangelist is also known as John the Apostle. It is called the Lodge of the Holy Saints John of Jerusalem and from this lodge all other lodges descended."St. (Ishmael was Abraham's eldest son, born by his servant, Hagar.) John's mother, Elizabeth was a relative of Mary, (Jesus' mother) and both John and Jesus were contemporaries (born about the same time).From the idea that “trotting a horse” prevented pregnancy to the belief that wind patterns during conception affected your offspring’s temperament, the Victorian Era’s tracts, texts, and common wisdoms were rife with laughable gender roles and sexual expectations.Below are some of our favorite tidbits on “conjugal passions.”1.John Milton in Paradise Lost, specifies that although demons may seem masculine or feminine, spirits "Can either Sex assume, or both; so soft And uncompounded is thir Essence pure".Nonetheless, these feminine shapes may be just temporal disguises to deceive people, just as at one point Satan takes the shape of a toad.