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
Priv. print., 1889 - Crosses - 85 pages
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abomination adored ages allusion amongst ancient Ancient Egypt antiquity Argha Asherah Ashtoreth Asiatic Researches Assyria Baal Baal Peor Bacchus Brahma Brahmin called cave ceremonies character Chemosh Christian Christian Cross clefts consecrated Cross Crux-Ansata custom deity devotees Diodorus Siculus divine earth Egypt Egyptian erect feet female festival figure fire flowers Foutin goddess gods Greece Greek grove hand heathen Hebrew hieroglyphics Hindoo Hindu honour idea idol idolatry indecent India Isis Iswara Kings licentious Linga Linga and Yoni Maachah Mahadeva male manner meaning mentioned Milcom modern monuments mysterious mystical nations Nile-Key numerous obscene origin ornaments Osiris Pagan Pantheon Parvati Phallic emblems phallic worship Phallism phallus pillars powers of nature Prakreety prevailed Priapus priests principle puja religion religious remarkable represented rites Roman round sacrifices Sacti says sculptured sect seen Sex Worship Sheevah Siva stone superstitious supposed symbol temples things tree various veneration Vishnu worship of Priapus Yoni