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An analysis of 10,000 porn stars' careers and demographic profiles that uncovers what they really look like, what they do, and how their role has changed
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Eroto-comatose lucidity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Eroto-comatose lucidity is a technique of sex magic known best by its formulation by English author and occultist Aleister Crowley, but which has several variations and is used in a number of ways by different spiritual communities.[1][2] A common form of the ritual uses repeated sexual stimulation (but not to physical orgasm) to place the individual in a state between full sleep and full wakefulness as well as exhaustion, allowing the practitioner to commune with their god.[1]

Crowley first described the rite in a tract titled Eroto-Comatose Lucidity.[3] The ritual as described by Crowley involves one "ritualist-seer" and several aides.[1][4]Donald Michael Kraig advises that the more sexually experienced the aides are, the better the ritual works,[1] and that the aides be members of the opposite sex.[1] Religious scholar Hugh B. Urban, however, concludes that, for Crowley, aides of the same gender as the ritualist (e.g., homosexual activity) was the highest stage of practice of this ritual.[4]

In the first part of the ritual, the aides seek repeatedly both to arouse the ritualist sexually as well as to exhaust him.[1][4] The ritualist is generally passive in this regard.[5] There is disagreement over whether sexual arousal is enough, or sexual orgasm must be eventually accomplished. Crowley and others argue that orgasm must be avoided.[1][2][6] Although later practitioners conclude that orgasm does not need to be avoided, that was how Crowley originally formulated the ritual.[2] Most practitioners agree with Crowley that every means of arousal may be used, such as physical stimulation, genital stimulation, psychological stimulation, devices (such as sex toys), or drugs (like hashish, marijuana, or other aphrodisiacs).[1][4] There should be enough aides so that if one aide tires another may take his or her place.[1] Eventually, the ritualist will tend to sink into sleep due to exhaustion.[1]

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