29 Succubus Quotes About the Evil Folklore

To learn more about the Subbucus folklore, take a look at these Succubus quotes.

According to oxfordreference.com, a succubus is “a female demon believed to have sexual intercourse with sleeping men.” 

These demons need semen to survive, so they seduce men while they are sleeping in order to have sex with them.

The bond formed between the succubus and the man becomes so intense that the succubus cannot hurt the man or men she is having intercourse with.

The term succubus comes from the Latin word succuba, which means “to lie beneath,” which implies the demon’s position relative to the men she is seducing.

Take a look at these Succubus quotes to learn more about the supernatural seductress.

Succubus Quotes About the Demonic Folklore

These quotes are about the demonic creature in the form of a woman from folklore.

1. “I’m a succubus.” — Richelle Mead

2. “She was the queen of masquerade, a succubus in distress.” — Madhuri Ramesh

3. “A broken angel trapped in a demon’s body, in search of the perfect man.” — Madhuri Ramesh

4. “I’d be a succubus. Then I’d show up on his doorstep and steal his breath away.” — Vera Valentine

5. “This demon loves men whose marriage beds have grown cold, so she can set them ablaze.” — Solange Nicole

6. “Essentially, the succubus is a mythical figure who used to come in and cause trouble with innocent men.” — MyAnna Buring

7. “I was sleeping on my futon on the floor, and some sort of spirit came down from God knows where and made love to me.” — Lucy Liu

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8. “Sometimes you wake up from a dream. And sometimes, every once in a while, you wake up in someone else’s dream.” — Richelle Mead

Succubus Quotes About Seductive Women

Not all succubus are supernatural beings, as evidenced by these quotes.

9. “Seduction is the emergence of sexuality.” — Ilka Quindeau

10. “A quick smile is more seductive than a silky dress.” — Mason Cooley

11. “A modest demeanor arouses thoughts of seduction.” — Mason Cooley

12. “She will seduce your soul until it calls her name.”  — Joseph Colombrita

13. “You can seduce a man without taking anything off, without even touching him.” — Rae Dawn Chong

14. “An interesting life could always use a little seduction, confidence, ambition, and danger.” — Jim Sarbh

15. “I suppose that romantic love was invented as a brilliant means of seduction.” Sigmund Freud

16. “The climax of seduction is to give the illusion that you’re not trying to seduce.” — Mathias Malzieu

17. “There was no aphrodisiac more powerful than talking, no seduction more effective than curiosity.” — Manju Kapur

18. “All great lovers are articulate and verbal seduction is the surest way to actual seduction.” — Marya Mannes

Succubus Quotes From Seductive Women

Here are some quotes about women that know how to seduce a man.

19. “There is always truth in seduction. That’s why it works.” — Zoe Archer

20. “I don’t use my body to seduce, no. I just stand there.” — Ursula Andress

21. ”If you can make a woman laugh, you can make her do anything.” Marilyn Monroe

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22. “You should be kissed often. And by someone who knows how.” — Margaret Mitchell

23. “Pursuit and seduction are the essence of sexuality. It’s part of the sizzle.” — Camille Paglia

24. “Seduction is merely encouraging a man to do something he already wants to do.” — Lisa Kleypas

25. “I find fragrance to be such a mood enhancer and definitely a seduction tool.” — Christina Aguilera

26. “Don’t tell a woman she’s pretty; tell her there’s no other woman like her, and all roads will open to you.” — Jules Renard

27. “Eyes reveal the unsaid things. The innocence, the flirtations, and the naughtiness all emanate from the eyes.” — Avijeet Dases

28. “The art of seduction is knowing what she really wants and slowly giving it to her in a way that takes her breath away.” — Jennifa Flirt

29. “Yes, sex involves our bodies. But it doesn’t involve only – or even primarily – our bodies. It’s so much more than that.” — Sheila Wray Gregoire

History of the Succubus Folklore 

The folklore of the succubus goes back to at least the 15th century when it was believed that witches would have sex with the succubus or their male counterpart, the incubus.

Today, there are still some people who report seeing the demon, but most people in modern times associate a succubus with a beautiful seductress instead of a demon.

While the Bible does not support this folklore, it does warn about the dangers of seductive women. 

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