Phallism: A Description of the Worship of Lingam-Yoni in Var

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Phallism: A Description of the Worship of Lingam-Yoni in Var

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Phallism: A Description of the Worship of Lingam-Yoni in Various Parts of the World, and in Different Ages: With an Account of Ancient & Modern Crosses, Particularly of the Crux Ansata (Or Handled Cross), and Other Symbols Connected With the Mysteries of Sex Worship
by Hargrave Jennings
1892

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Table of Contents: [PDF HERE]

• Chapter I. —Nature and Origin of the subject
Peculiarity of the subject. Definition of Phallic Worship. The Phallaphoroi. Antiquity of Phallic Worship. The Primitive Oath. Pegasus and the Statues of Bacchus. Sheevah and Prakreety, a Legend. Feast of the Funeral Pile. Lucian and the Syrian Goddess. Common Origin of Pagan Beliefs. Pagan Rites involved in obscurity. Phallic Objects in Dahome. Development of Phallism. Innocent Origins. Extravagances connected with Phallic Worship. Superstitious Usages in England. Cleft Trees and Physical Infirmities.
• Chapter II.—Phallism in Various Lands
Variations of Detail. The Egyptian Khem. Growing Coarseness of the Egyptian Idea. Swearing by the Phallus. Welsh Customs. The Hermaphroditic Element. Expressive Character of the Phallus. Phallic Emblems in Modern Times. Herodotus and the Bacchic Orgies. Priapus in Rome and Greece. Maachah, a Worshipper of Priapus. Horace's Satire on Priapus. Belphegor.
Excesses during the Worship of Priapus. Koman Priapus derived from the Egyptians. Catullus on the Worship of Priapus. Various Priapian Forms. Phallism in various Countries. St. Augustine. St. Foutin and Priapus. French Phallism. Neapolitan Festivals. Maypoles in India and England
• Chapter III.—India
Phallic Worshippers of the East. longa Described. Caves of Elephanta. Lucian and the Temple at Hierapolis. Small Linga. Ceremony of Linga-puja. Woman at Worship Described. Hindu Desire for Children. The Temple of Nuptials. Reproach attached to Barren Women. Story of Shravana and Dasaratha. The Twelve Lingas. Distinction between Linga and Yoni. Argha. Veneration for Stones. Story of Polluted Brahmans. Brachmans and Fire Production. Fends between the Linga and Yoni Worshippers. Legend of Sarti and Parvati.
• Chapter IV.—India, continued
Legend concerning Mahadeva. Diodorus Siculus on Osiris. Ptolemy Philadelphus. The Vaishnavas. Hindu Sects. Worship of Female Generative Principle. The Fakirs and the Hindu Women. Hold of Phallism on the Hindu-Mind. Origin of Phallic Worship in India. Hindu Prayer.
• Chapter V.—India, continued
Indian and Egyptian Worship Compared. Hindu Soldiers in Egypt. Bruhm Atma, the Breathing Soul. Growth of Hindu Religion. Worship of Siva. Benares. The Lingayets. Characters of Hindu Emblems and Ornaments. Favourable View of Hindu Emblems. Charge of Indecency against Hinduism.
• Chapter VI.—Crosses and the Crux-Ansata
Erroneous Notions about the Cross. Pagan Origin of the Cross. History from Monuments and Tombs. Unchanging Character of the Cross. Real Origin of the Cross. The Cross in Ancient America. The City of the Moon. The Maltese Cross in Pre-Christian Times. Danish and Indian Crosses. Ancient British Crosses. A Fallacy by Higgins. True Origin of the Christian Cross. The Crux-Ansata Described. Antiquity of the same. Suggested Meaning of the Crux-Ansata. The Key of the Nile. Supposed Phallic Origin. Nile-Key Theory Examined. The Cross in Ancient Scriptural Times. The Crux-Ansata the Syihbol of Symbols. The Crux-Ansata a Religious Symbol.
• Chapter VII.—The Hebrews and Phallism
Solomon and the Heathen Gods. Old Testament Characters. Worship of Groves. Consecrated Pillars. Jacob's Pillar at Bethel. Worship of the Phallus. Asherah and the Grove. Ashtoreth. Jewish Lingham. Iniquity of Solomon. Worship of Baal. St. Jerome on Baal-peor. Jewish Opinion of Baal-peor. Maachah's Idol.
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