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Phallicism and Phallic Worship
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Contents From the Grand Master
7 Hargrave Jennings, Phallicism and O.T.O.
If we make a comparative study of religions, we shall discover phallicism at the base of all schools, religions and esoteric sects.
Accessing the multitude within: A psychoanalytic perspective on the
Classically termed 'phallicism' is understood both to facilitate and obstruct a man's adult direction of true genitality rather than defensive phallicism.
Phallic Worship, with the history of the Masculine Cross
upon Phallicism in conjunction with other kindred matters, but not devoting themselves attention entirely to the Sex Worship or Phallicism of the ancient world.

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Embracing Moral Depravity
Mary Daly taught at Boston College for decades, maintaining that Christianity was a form of "phallicism" and oppression; she quit in 1999 when she was told that she could no longer ban men from her classes.

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Phallicism - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
noun \ˈfa-lə-ˌsi-zəm\. Definition of PHALLICISM. : the worship of the generative principle as symbolized by the phallus.
phallicism (primitive religion) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
phallicism (primitive religion), worship of the generative principle as symbolized by the sexual organs or the act of sexual intercourse.
"Buddhism Christianity And Phallicism" by H.P. Blavatsky
And Phallicism. WORKS by specialists and scholars have to be treated with a certain respect, due to science.
phallicism - definition of phallicism by the Free Online Dictionary
phallicism [ˈfælɪˌsɪzəm], phallism. n. (Non-Christian Religions / Other Non- Christian Religions) the worship or veneration of the phallus.
Promise Keepers and Phallicism
Hicks's book The Masculine Journey and the Promise Keepers' continued support of it are one fatal flaw in the movement.

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