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Our phallic heritage
Charles G. Berger
|Statement||by C. G. Berger.|
|LC Classifications||BL460 .B4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||66012676|
A phallus is a penis, especially when erect,  a penis-shaped object, or a mimetic image of an erect penis. Any object that symbolically resembles a penis may also be referred to as a phallus; however, such objects are more often referred to as being phallic (as in "phallic symbol"). Such symbols often represent the fertility and cultural implications that are associated with the male . THIS is the bizarre moment carnival-goers rode giant penises down the street before dancing and chanting around a steaming cauldron. The infamous Bourani festival in the tiny Greek town of Tirnavos.
About this Item: Hansebooks Aug , Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Phallic worship - An outline of the worship of the generative organs is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hans Elektronisches Buch is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, . Phallic worship [electronic resource]: a history of sex and sex rites in relation to the religions of all races from antiquity to the present day by Scott, George Ryley,
In Jeremiah We see a description of a very common object which is dragged into people's houses in the month of December every year. A tradition originated by godless pagan people from long. The worship of the phallus has existed since the Stone Age, and was particularly prevalent during the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age.. Phallic architecture became prominent in ancient Egypt and Greece, where genitalia and human sexuality received a high degree of attention. The ancient Greeks honored the phallus and celebrated phallic festivals. The Greco-Roman deity .
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Shop now. Also stated by Charles G. Berger, Our Phallic Heritage, New York, Greenwich Book Publishers, Inc., p. ] In fact, listen to how the Satanic book, A Dictionary of Symbols, explains the importance of the snake. "Snakes are guardians of the springs of life and of immortality, and also of those superior riches of the spirit that are symbolized.
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Charles G. Berger, Our Phallic Heritage (New York: Greenwich Book Publishers, ): iv. Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Prepared for the Supreme Council of the Thirty-Third Degree, for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States, and Published by Its Authority (Richmond, Virginia: L.
Saint Brigid was named after one of the most powerful goddesses of the Pagan religion. "Probably the clearest example of the survival of an early goddess into Christian times is Brigid, the great triple goddess of the Celtic Irish.
Bridget took religious vows and was canonized after her death by her adoptive church, which allowed the saint a curious list of attributes. Charles G. Berger, Our Phallic Heritage (New York: Greenwich Book Publishers, ): Charles II of England () in the robes of the Order of the Garter.
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PHALLIC HERITAGE Researcher, Charles G. Berger, in his book “The Phallic Heritage,” found out that the modern deck of playing cards has an occult phallic symbolism incorporated into each card. Berger says that the diamond and heart are the female symbols while the club and spade are the male Size: KB.
In the book, Our Phallic Heritage (by Charles G. Berger), the author states: “All pillars or columns originally had a phallic significance, and were therefore considered sacred. Pan, the goat god and god of sensuality, was often represented as an obelisk. It is a well-known fact that “the original Egyptian obelisks were quite seriously conceived as phalli.” [iv] In fact, occult researcher/writer Charles Berger takes it one step further when he states, “All pillars or columns [in ancient cultures] originally had a phallic significance, and were therefore considered sacred.” [v] For some, the following explanation of etymology.
See C. Berger, Our Phallic Heritage (); T. Vanggaard, Phallos (). Phallic Worship (religion, spiritualism, and occult) The term phallism, although specifically referring to worship of the male sex organ or phallus, is frequently used in reference to any sex worship or reverence.
As It Adores And Worships The Serpent Part 4 of 5. England, A. Lewis, Ltd.,p. Also stated by Charles G. Berger, Our Phallic Heritage, New York, Greenwich Book Publishers, Inc., p.
] In fact, listen to how the book, A Dictionary of Symbols, explains the importance of the snake. "Snakes are guardians of the springs of life. '' in our phallic heritage we find that the symbols used on the playing cards are sexual connotations.
This book explains: the symbols used on playing cards are the diamond, heart, club and the spade. This is often the acorn. In sex symbolism, the diamond and heart were female symbols, and the spade and club were male symbols/5(). Sex and sex worship: (phallic worship) a scientific treatise on sex, its nature and function, and its influence on art, science, architecture, and religion--with special reference to sex worship and symbolism by Wall, O.
(Otto Augustus), Pages: So much to know, so little time. What makes this brisk e-book so compelling is Mr. Mack's sense of humor that punctuates each paragraph with a witty, contemporary comment. If only history books were written with such panache. In short--or long--Phallic Worship is a great read and one I'd recommend without reservation/5.
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Pan, the goat god and god of sensuality, was often represented as an obelisk. A former witch writes 'The obelisk is a long pointed four sided shaft, the uppermost portion of which forms a pyramid.