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In the field of medicine, there is some belief that the stories relating to encounters with succubi bear resemblance to the contemporary phenomenon of people reporting alien abductions, which has been ascribed to the condition known as sleep paralysis.
However, there is no mention of a female corpse being possessed to elicit sex from men.
that men who have similar experience with such principality (succubus) in dreams (usually in form of a beautiful woman) find themselves exhausted as soon as they awaken; often claiming spiritual attack upon them.
This explains his view that succubae and incubi were the same demonic entity only to be described differently based on the tormented sexes being conversed with.
The second method was the idea that a dead body could be possessed by a devil, causing it to rise and have sexual relations with others.