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" The reverence, as well as worship, paid to the phallus in the early ages had nothing in it which partook of indecency : all ideas connected with it were of a reverential and religious kind. When Abraham, as mentioned in Genesis, in asking his servant... "
Primitive Symbolism, as Illustrated in Phallic Worship: Or the Reproductive ... - Page 47
by Hodder Michael Westropp - 1885 - 68 pages
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The Anthropological Review, Volume 8

Anthropology - 1870
...erected temples to Priapus." The reverence, as well as worship, paid to the phallus in the early ages had nothing in it which partook of indecency : all...generation (in the common version, " under his thigh"), it was that he required as a token of his sincerity his placing his hand on the most revered part of...
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The Anthropological Review, Volume 8

Anthropology - 1870
...erected temples to Priapus." The reverence, as well as worship, paid to the phallus in the early ages had nothing in it which partook of indecency: all...generation (in the common version, " under his thigh"), it was that he required as a token of his sincerity his placing his hand on the most revered part of...
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Journal of Anthropology, Volume 1

Anthropology - 1871 - 364 pages
...well as worship, paid to the phallus in the early ages had nothing in it which partook of indecencv : all ideas connected with it were of a reverential and religious kind. When Atini ham, as mentioned in Genesis, in asking his servant to take a solemn oath, makes him lay his...
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Ancient Symbol Worship: Influence of the Phallic Idea in the Religions of ...

Hodder Michael Westropp, Charles Staniland Wake - Phallicism - 1874 - 98 pages
...Hawkesworth's Voyages, vol. i. ch. 12. The reverence, as well as worship, paid to the phallus in the early ages had nothing in it which partook of indecency : all...generation (in ; the common version, " under his thigh " *), it was that he required as a token of his sincerity his placing his hand on the most revered...
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Ancient Symbol Worship: Influence of the Phallic Idea in the Religions of ...

Hodder Michael Westropp, Charles Staniland Wake - Phallicism - 1874 - 98 pages
...assisted at the ceremony." * The reverence, as well as worship, paid to the phallus in the early ages had nothing in it which partook of indecency : all...generation (in the common version, "under his thigh" *), it was that he required as a token of his sincerity his placing his hand on the most revered part...
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Indo-Aryans: contributions towards the elucidation of their ..., Volume 1

Rājendralāla Mitra - 1881
...ages had nothing in it which partook of indecency. "All ideas connected with it were of a reverential kind. When Abraham, as mentioned in Genesis, in asking...servant to take a solemn oath, makes him lay his hand 'under his thigh,' it was that he requried, as a token of his sincerity, his placing his hand on the...
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Indo-Aryans: Contributions Towards the Elucidation of Their ..., Volume 1

Rājendralāla Mitra (Raja) - Arayns - 1881 - 921 pages
...it worth while, suggest the conclusion that the public exhibition of the phallus in the early ages had nothing in it which partook of indecency. "All ideas connected with it were of a reverential kind. When Abraham, as mentioned in Genesis, in asking his servant to take a solemn oath, makes him...
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Phallism: A Description of the Worship of Lingam-yoni in Various Parts of ...

Hargrave Jennings - Crosses - 1889 - 107 pages
...it worth while, suggest the conclusion that the public exhibition of the Phallus in the early ages, had nothing in it which partook of indecency. All ideas connected with it were of a reverential kind. Thousands upon thousands of Hindu men, women and children, visit the Orissian temples every year...
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Phallism: A Description of the Worship of Lingam-yoni in Various Parts of ...

Hargrave Jennings - Crosses - 1889 - 107 pages
...suggest the conclusion that the public exhibition of the Phallus in the early ages, had nothing in jt which partook of indecency. All ideas connected with it were of a reverential kind. Thousands upon thousands of Hindu men, women and children, visit the Orissian temples every year...
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The Evolution of Man: His Religious Systems and Social Customs

William Wright Hardwicke - Evolution - 1899 - 300 pages
...beauty and stature, ready to reunite with Venus at the vernal equinox. " \\'hen Abram (Gen. xxiv. 2), in asking his servant to .take a solemn oath, makes him lay his hand on his parts of generation (rendered in the AV ' under his thigh '), it was that he required as a token of his sincerity his placing...
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