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Nature Worship and Mystical Series.

Cr. 8vo, Vellum, 7s. 6d. each, nett.

Only a very limited number, Privately Printed.

PHALLICISM.—A Description of the Worship of Lingam-Yoni in various parts of the World, and in different Ages, with an Account of Ancient and Modern Crosses, particularly of the Crux Ansata (or Handled Cross) and other Symbols connected with the Mysteries of Sex Worship. (Only in sets), or 10s. 6d. separately.

The importance of this subject, may be gleaned from the following remarks of Major Gen. Forlong. “Our Queen rules over, according to the latest census returns, some 100 millions of Pure-Phallic worshippers, that is three times the population of these Islands, and if we say merely Phallo-Solar worshippers, then 200 millions.”

OPHIOLATREIA.—An Account of the Rites and Mysteries connected with the Origin, Rise, and Development of Serpent Worship in various parts of the World, enriched with Interesting Traditions, and a full description of the celebrated Serpent Mounds and Temples, the whole forming an exposition of one of the phases of Phallic, or Sex Worship.

PHALLIC OBJECTS, Monuments and Remains; Illustrations of the Rise and Development of the Phallic Idea (Sex Worship), and its embodiment in Works of Nature and Art. Etched Frontispiece.

CULTUS ARBORUM.—A Descriptive Account of Phallic Tree Worship, with illustrative Legends, Superstitious Usages, etc.; exhibiting its Origin and Development amongst the Eastern and Western Nations of the World, from the earliest to modern times.

This work has a valuable bibliography which will be of the greatest use and value to the student of Ancient Faiths. It contains references to nearly five hundred works on Phallism and kindred subjects.

FISHES, FLOWERS, AND FIRE as Elements and Deities in the Phallic Faiths and Worship of the Ancient Religions of Greece, Babylon, Rome, India, etc., with illustrative Myths and Legends.

ARCHAIC ROCK INSCRIPTIONS; an Account of the Cup and Ring Marking on the Sculptural Stones of the Old and New Worlds. With etched frontispiece.

“Let any one inspect the plates in works delineating the Hindu Pantheon, and compare the drawings of the lingam-yoni with many of the rock markings we have described, with those for instance on the frontispiece of this book, and they will find it difficult to avoid the conclusion that there is a manifest and striking connection. The fact is, the phallic idea, has prevailed all over the world to a far greater extent than many have ever imagined, and superficial observers have passed by many things as inexplicable which came properly within its domain, and which thus recognised, would have been readily understood. It is not, of course, to the gross forms of the Priapus used in ancient Greek, Roman, or Egyptian Festivals that we allude, but to the much more refined, and, if we may so call it, modest lingam worship of India.”—The Author.

NATURE WORSHIP, or an Account of Phallic Faiths and Practices, Ancient and Modern, including the Adoration of the Male and Female Powers, and the Sacti Puja of Indian Gnosticism, by the author of Phallicism, with etched frontispiece.

The subject reaches from the earliest dawn of history through long and eventful ages, down to the most modern times, and touches almost every kingdom of the past and present, in the four quarters of the earth. The unearthing of long-buried statues, monuments, and mystifying inscriptions, has suggested and provoked new lines of study among symbolical remains, and the key to so much that for long was unreadable has been found in the singular revelations of this peculiar worship.

MYSTERIES OF THE ROSIE CROSS, or the History of that Curious Sect of the Middle Ages, known as the ROSICRUCIANS, with Examples of their Pretensions and Claims.

In this work an attempt has been made to convey an intelligible idea of the peculiar mystic sect of the Rosicrucians. It is the first serious attempt to penetrate the secret recesses of this occult body, whose strange beliefs and curious practices have, ever since the days of Rosenkreutz, been enveloped in a cloud of profound mystery.

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