This blog contains a collection of powerful prayers and appeals to the pagan gods, that can help you to solve your problems or get what you want. Be careful, the gods do not like being disturbed at trifles. Remember that for everything in this world need to pay, and if you want to get something one day the gods may demand something in return. Need to be prepared for it. Love one another, love gods, and do good to people, it's the easiest thing you can do, and welcome back to you. Blessed Be!

Sunday, 29 June 2014

Religion Belief Victorian Theology Of Everything

Religion Belief Victorian Theology Of Everything
Here's up-to-the-minute item from my quantity of "books no-one overly has got" (or eccentrically, "books no-one overly would buy"). This one dates from 1880, and was moreover nameless and Furtively Stamped (these may hold been true ploys to ward off the irreverence laws of the time). The book's pasture point is Phallicism... the be fond of of what the Victorians shyly referred to as "the male generative element".

The book isn't completely about young pagan beliefs -- it's about every religion that ever existed. The author's intention is that in the dim recesses of prehistory put on was One Exact Theology, which was (ahem) cock be fond of. To spare time the Exact Look forward to became polluted and improved arrived the impressive option of religions we find today (or in 1880, to be adjacent). The designer finds traces of Phallicism in ancient Egypt, ancient Scandinavia and ancient Greece, amid the Phoenicians, Druids and Inborn Americans, in modern day India, Figurines and Japan... and even in the Judaeo-Christian tradition (which was a cut above firm in the 19th Century than it is today). Any theological inference to a tree, column, pillar, obelisk, rod or staff is a Phallic Road sign, as are any references to bulls, rams, goats and serpents. Gods such as Bacchus, Dionysius, Hermes, Mahadeva, Siva, Osiris, Jupiter, Moloch and Baal are, in the author's view, anthropomorphized dicks. We are told (and I'm dependable to put the go along with in quotes): the adult beware of veneration in the Ark of the Buy was most likely a phallic pictogram" and "the mix, or crucifix, has a sexual origin".

Although fountain batty (next to all eccentrics, he - or she - takes the germ of a good influence to ill-advised unrestrained behavior) this is actually a advantageous book... it manages to deliberate all of the world's religions in a obvious light (even if a complaining one), lacking claiming that any of them are bigger or insignificant to the others!