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Sex and Sex Worship

by: O. A. Wall

Mankind, when it gave expression to its first dawning of religious thoughts, wove a fabric of myths and theories about religion, the warp of which ran through from earliest historical times to our own days as threads of the warp of philosophies and theories about sex, male, female, love, passion, lust, desire, procreation, offspring, etc. The succeeding ages and civilizations wove into its warp the woof of the individual religions, myths and fables of gods and goddesses, so that the whole fabric of beliefs became refined as mankind itself advanced.
Sex and Sex Worship is the result of a long-time, arduous study of the concept of sex and the worship of phallus in various civilizations and in the development of different religions, modern and old, over a period of many millennia. The book makes one grasp a lot of topics associated with sex and sex symbols such as nature of sex and reproduction, status of women, cosmo-gonies, sex in man and animal, sexual relationship of gods and goddesses, virgin worship, phallic festivals, among many, while making it clear that the worship of generative organs was rather a use of representations of phallus and yoni as symbols for certain religious ideas which were embodied in nature worship.
It also vividly talks about the concept of sex and sex organs in art and ethics, sculpture, art anatomy, etc. The contents in toto lead one to the myriad aspects and concerns associated with sex and phallic worship. It is a must read for a scholar and a common man alike.

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Year Of Publication: 2020
Edition: 1st
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Language : English
Binding : Hardcover
Publisher: Avi Publishers
Size: 23

Overview

Mankind, when it gave expression to its first dawning of religious thoughts, wove a fabric of myths and theories about religion, the warp of which ran through from earliest historical times to our own days as threads of the warp of philosophies and theories about sex, male, female, love, passion, lust, desire, procreation, offspring, etc. The succeeding ages and civilizations wove into its warp the woof of the individual religions, myths and fables of gods and goddesses, so that the whole fabric of beliefs became refined as mankind itself advanced.
Sex and Sex Worship is the result of a long-time, arduous study of the concept of sex and the worship of phallus in various civilizations and in the development of different religions, modern and old, over a period of many millennia. The book makes one grasp a lot of topics associated with sex and sex symbols such as nature of sex and reproduction, status of women, cosmo-gonies, sex in man and animal, sexual relationship of gods and goddesses, virgin worship, phallic festivals, among many, while making it clear that the worship of generative organs was rather a use of representations of phallus and yoni as symbols for certain religious ideas which were embodied in nature worship.
It also vividly talks about the concept of sex and sex organs in art and ethics, sculpture, art anatomy, etc. The contents in toto lead one to the myriad aspects and concerns associated with sex and phallic worship. It is a must read for a scholar and a common man alike.

Contents

SEX

Primitive ideas about sex, 2; Heaven and earth, 3; Creator hermaphrodite, 5; Plato’s idea, 5; Hindu story of creation of animals, 5.
MODERN RELIGIONS
Definition, 6; Father, 7; Bibles, 8; Brahmanism, 8; Hindu Trinity, 9; Jewish and Christian Bible, 9; Bibliolatry, 10; Oral transmission, 11; Koran, 13; Statistics of religion, 14.
OTHER BELIEFS
Shintoism, 14; Taoism, 14; Confucianism, 14; Buddhism, 14; Gautama, 16; Lamaism, 18; Statistics, 19; Shamanism, 20.

HOW OLD IS MANKIND

Geological ages, 20; Darwinism, 22; Earliest writing, 23; Earth’s age, 24; Age of man, 24; Pithecanthropus, 26; Alalus, 28; Inhabitants of Pacify: Islands, 29; Similarity of Aztec and Asiatic civilizations, 31; Aztec crucifix, 33; How many races of man, 34; Biblical account, 34; Other accounts, 34; Preglacial art, 35; Early records, 36; Evolution, 37.

NATURE OF SEX

Mystery, 39; Death and reproduction, 40; Death angel, 41; Styx and Charon, 43; Disease demons, 45; Witchcraft, 46.
NATURE OF REPRODUCTION
Fission, 49; Asexual, 49; Budding, 50; Conjugation, 52; Anabolism, 52; Katabo- lism, 53; Evolution of sex, 53; Impregnation, 55; Parthenogenesis, 57; Hermaphro¬ditism, 58; Atavism, 59; Determination of sex, 61; Nourishment, 61; Parthenogenesis in insects, 64.

STATUS OF WOMAN

In Dahomey, 68; Jus primae noctis, 60; Biblical, 69; Has woman a soul? 70; Infanticide, 72; Socialistic communities, 73; Mosaic law, 74; in England, 76; Woman’s dress, 78; Koran on woman, 78; Slavery of woman, 79; Whipping women, 82; Chastity belts, 83; Census on woman, 89.

COSMOGONIES

Genesis, 91; Books of Moses, 95; Legend of Sargon, 96; Days of Genesis, 97; Koran, creation, 97; Persian version, 97; Years, 98; Months, 98; Weeks, 98; Zodiac, 99; Days of the week, 99; Sabbath, 101.

GEMETRIA

Antichrist, 102; Lucky and unlucky days, and numbers, 103; Creation of the world, Philo, 104; Six, 104; Numbers have sex, 104.

BIBLE OF THE GREEKS

Writings of Hesiod and Homer, 106; Birth of Venus, 108; Eros, 109; Baby¬lonian account of creation, 110; Brahmanic account, 111; Buddhism, 112; Origin of religious sentiment, gratitude, 114; fear, 116; Ancestor worship, 115; Manes, 115; Phallus as a symbol, 116; People without religion, 118; Persian views, 119; Hindus, 120; Are mythologies religions? 121; Caves, Cybele, 121; Demiurge, 122; Mandaeans, 123; Assurbanipal’s library, 124; Avesta, 124; Story of flood, 125; Cosmic egg, 126.

SEX IN PLANTS AND TOTEMISM

Iggdrasil, 128; Ash tree, 129; Alder tree, 129; Birch, 129; Lupercalia, 130; Fir tree, 130; Marriage to trees, 130; Birth trees, 131; Gender of plant names, 131; Sex in plants, 134; Fertilization in plants, 136.

SEX IN ANIMALS AND MANKIND

Lilith, 139; Prakriti, 139; Adam a hermaphrodite, 139; Purusha, 140; Breath the fertilizing agent, 140; Seed from male alone, 140; Right side of body male, left female, 143; Ancient views of sex, 145; Medieval views, 147; Modern views, 149.

LIGHT ON A DARK SUBJECT

Female, 150; Vulva, 151; Pelvic organs, 151; Menses, 152; Human ovum, 153; Pregnancy, 154; Mammary gland, 156; Male, 157; Spermatozoon, 158; Male genitals, 159; Coition, 160; Masturbation, 162; Onanism, 163; Sexual instinct, 166; Coition, how often, 174; seasons for, 175; Sexual passion, 175; Rutting odor, 177.

SOCIAL RELATIONS OF MEN AND WOMEN

Promiscuity, 180; Monogamy, 181; Family, 183; Marriage by capture, 185; Polygamy or Polygyny, 187; Marriage by purchase of wives, 190; Marriage to sisters, 192; Kabbalah, 193; Free love, 199; Double standard of morality, 200; Polyandry, 200; Concubinage, 202; Prostitution, 204; Celibacy, 205; Asceticism, 207; Skopsi, 211; Eunuchs or Castrati, 212.

GRATIFICATION OF THE SENSES

Sense of Smell, 213; Perfume for gods, 218; Sacrifices, 219; Human sacrifices, 222; Druidic sacrifices, 226; Aztec sacrifices, 227; Incense, 228; Perfume for humans, 230; Odophone, Dr. Piesse, 230; Antiquity of cabarets, 232; Perfumes, forms of, 233; Perfume of the human body, 236; Perfuming the bride, 239; Perfume among the ancients, 239; Natural odors of the human body, 242; Sense of hearing, 248; Sense of taste, 249; Kiss, 250; Love cake, 250; Cannibalism, 251; Sense of touch, 253; Sense of sight, 253; Beauty, 255; Long hair, 256; Elliptic shape of women, 257; Bosom of woman, 259; waist, 261; Legs and feet, 262; Dance, 263; Religious dances, 266; Social dances, 267.

ART AND ETHICS

Influence of World’s Fairs, 269; Egyptian art, 271; Greek art, 271; Nude in art, 273; In churches, 277; Nudity for baptism, 277; Adam and Eve, 279; Chiton, 281; Arena, 283; Prostitute, 285; Una, 286; Idealization in art, 287; Modern decadence of art, 288; Indecency in art, 289; Realism, 289; Vulgarity in art, 290.

SCULPTURE

Sculpture, 292; Decency, 294; Indecency, 294; Innocence of naked childhood, 297; Modern photography of the nude, 298; Pompeiian bath-room paintings, 302.

ART ANATOMY

Rules of proportion of bodies, 303; Heredity, 305; Children, 308; Women, 308; Men, 308; Youths and Maidens, 309; Plan of body structure, 310; Wedge shape of men, 312; Elliptic form of women, 313; Feminine beauty, 313.

CREDULITY

Magic, 315; An old deer, 316; Educated mermaid, 316; Patron saint of Poland, 316; Multiple births, 317; Three hundred and sixty-five children at one birth, 318; Agnosticism, 319; Atheism, 320.

LYCANTHROPY

Lycanthropy, 321; Witches, 322; Diana and Actaeon, 323; Daphne and Apollo, 324.

ORIGIN OF RELIGIOUS IDEAS

How myths travel, 327; Unitarianism, 330; Trinitarianism, 330; What are the Gods? 331; Ancient ideas, 331; Neo-Platonists, 333; Pantheism, 333; Pythagoreans, 333; Hesiod’s fable of hawk and nightingale, 335; Homo est creator ?ei, 337; Religious intolerance and persecution, 337; Burning at the stake, 339.

PRIMITIVE BELIEFS

Fear of Ghosts, 343; Fetiches, 343; African fetich place, 344; Suttee in India, 345; Dragons, 346; Asshur, 347; Idols, 348; Images, 348; Aztec idols, 350; Teraphim, 351; Pan, 354; Stones, pillars, steeples, etc., 355; Dolmens, Cromlechs, etc., 356; Animals as symbols of deities, 356; Sivayites or Lingayats, 357; Greek statues of deities, 357; Ikons, 358; Crucifix or cross, 358.

SEXUAL RELATIONSHIPS OF THE GODS

Daemones, Greek, 360; Demons, modern, 360; Exorcism, 361; Philacteries or charms, 361; Pentagram, 361; Were-wolves, 362; Vampires, 362; Incubi and Succubi, 364; Manichaeism, 364; Simon Magus, 365; Witches’ Sabbath, 366; Trial of Witches, 366; Fauns, 367; Satyrs, 368; Sileni, 368; Nymphs, 368; Naiads, 369; Angels, 370; Genii, 370; Valkyrs, 372; Sirens, 373; Sons of God, 373; Incest and Rape, 374.

THE GODS LIVED LIKE MEN

Ammon, 375; Wodan, 375; Demeter, 375; Proserpina, 376; Lara, 376.

MONOGAMY, POLYGAMY

Osiris and Isis, 376; Juno, 377; Zeus or Jupiter, 377.

PHALLIC WORSHIP

Unity of religions, 378; Phallism, 379; Creator, the father, 380; Lingam, 382; Ancestor worship, 382; Phallus, 382; Male sexual organs, 383; Baal, 384; Phallie pillars, dolmens, etc., 385; Asher, Anu and Hoa, 386; Male symbols, 387; male triangle, 387; Lotus, 387; Eleur-de-lis, 388; Shamrock, 388; Phallie jewelry and medals, 389; Abraxas medals, 390; Salerno trinity, 390; Uas sceptre, 393; Pyramid, 393; Triangle symbol for biblical God, 395; Medieval trinity, 398; Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. triangles, 398; Arrow, 399; Thyrsus, 399; Temptation of St. Anthony, 401; Sign of the Cross, 403; Trinity, 404; Phallie signs on houses, 405; Holy families, 406; Norns, 406.

PLANT WORSHIP

Christmas tree, 408; Maypole, 408; Yule log, 409; Groves (in the Bible), 411; Assyrian tree of life, 413; Alehemistie tree of life, 415; Witehhazel, 415; Mistletoe, 416; Mandrake roots, 417; Love charms, 417; Plant names, 422; Romance of plant names, 422.

ANIMAL WORSHIP

Turtle, 430; Bull, 431; Goats, 435; Eagle, 436; Owl, 436; Vulture, 436; Pea¬cock, 437; Boves, 437; Cock, 437; Lamb (Agnus Dei), 437; Searabaeus insect, 582.

SOME OP THE GODS

Age of recorded history, 439; Ishtar’s trip to Hades, 440; Phoenicia, 441; Sun and moon worship, 442; Persia, 443; Ormuzd and Ahriman, 444; Egypt, 445; Osiris, Isis and Horus or Harpokrat, 446; Osiris mysteries, 448; Greece, 449; Old Father Time, 450; Zeus, 450; Mars, 452; Oupid or Amor, 453; Dionysus, 454; India, 456; Four Great Gods, 457; Siva, 458; Vishnu, 459; China, 460; Japan, 461; Mexico, 461.

THE ETERNAL FEMININE

Mother worship, 462; Symbols of the feminine, 463; Vulva, 464; Feminine triangle, 465; Abracadabra, 466; Sign of fertility, 467; Ishtar, 468; Cruelty to women, 469; Sistrum, 469; Stonehenge, 471; Arches, 471; Shells, 472; Adoration, 474; Vesica piscis, 475; Door of life, 476; Medals, seals, etc., 476; Symbol of vulva on slate roofs, 479; Labial caressing of woman, 479; Festival of the womb, 482; Worship of breast, 488; Madonna worship, 489; Egg, 491; Goddesses of maternity, 492; Aztec Madonna, 493.

VIRGIN WORSHIP

Parthenogenesis, 494; Jupiter and Leda, 495; Fornication, 496; Gods born of women, 496; Diana of Ephesus, 497; Devaki and Krishna, 498; Isis as a virgin, 498; Earth as a Madonna, 499; Juno as Madonna, 501; Queen of Heaven, 502; Madonna and St. Bernhard of Clairvaux, 502; Mound builders’ Madonna, 503; Religion of Hu¬manity, 504; Goddess of Beason, 505; Worship of woman, 506.

ABOUT GODDESSES

Assyrian and Babylonian, 508; Egypt, 509; Greece, 510; Venus or Aphrodite, 510; Three Graces, 512; Juno, 512; Hebe, 513; Diana or Artemis, 514; Latona, 515; Flora, 516; The Fates, 517; Immaculate Conception, 518.

MERE MORTAL WOMEN

Story of Esther, 519; King Oandaules, 519; Conon and his daughter, 520; Cas¬sandra, 520; Leaena, 521; Tamerlane and Bajazeth, 521; Model mother of China, 521.

SEXUAL UNION AMONG-DEITIES

David’s shield, 522; Sign of the Gnostics, 522; Swastika, 523; Irish crosses, 524; Hands in blessing, 524; Adam and Eve, in church decoration, 525; Ikons, 526; Iconoclasts, 526; Crux ansata, 527; Hindu holy places, 528; Wedding ring, symbol of yoni, 530; Finger symbol of lingam, 530; Suben, goddess of maternity, 532; Posey rings, 533.

SERPENT WORSHIP

Peleus and Thetis, 534; Apple of Discord, 535; Aesculapius’ stafE, 535; Hygeia, 535; Serpent mound, 537; Zuni snake worship, 538; Adam, Eve and serpent, 539; St. Patrick, 540; Creation of Eve, 542; Worship of Satan, 543.

WORSHIP OF HEAVENLY BODIES

Sun and moon, 545; Stars and planets, 545; Sun myths, 549; Golden fleece, 549; Mohammedan crescent, 551; Marriage of sun and moon, 552; Hekate, 553; Lunatic 554; Planets, 555; Zodiacal signs, 556.

PHALLIC FESTIVALS

Sexual life, ancient and modern, 557; Prostitution in Rome, 560; Roman festi¬vals, 564; Liberalia, 565; Dionysia, 566; Floralia, 568; Lupercalia, 569; Agrionia, 570; Bacchanalia, 570; Phallic festivals in India, 574.

WATER

Worship of rivers and river gods, 575; Styx, 576; Nile, 576; Ganges, 577; Jordan. 577; Holy water, 578; Urine as holy water, Persia, 579; Urine as a remedy, 579.

IS THERE AN IMMORTAL SOUL?

Cicero’s ideas, 580; Kant on immortality, 581; Plato’s ideas, 581; Materialistic view, 581; Stoics, 584; Zoroastrian beHefs, 584; Buddha’s teachings, 584; Nirvana, 584; Pre-existence of souls, 586; Seat of the soul, 588; Hades, or hell, 589; Heaven or paradise, 590; Have women souls? 591; Devil, 592; Valhalla, 592; Hindu immortality, 593; Myth of Ahasuerus, 594; Conclusion, 595.

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