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7 edition of God"s Phallus found in the catalog.

God"s Phallus

by Howard Eilberg-Schwartz

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Published by Beacon Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judaism,
  • Spirituality,
  • Religion - Judaism,
  • Religion,
  • Judaism - General,
  • Religion / General,
  • Religion / Judaism / General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7944552M
    ISBN 100807012254
    ISBN 109780807012253
    OCLC/WorldCa231726063

    Among the Hindoos a religious reverence was paid to the Lingam and Yoni, and among the Greeks and Romans to the Phallus and Cteis. Among the Teutons and Scandinavians, the god Fricco, corresponding to the Priapus of the Romans, was adored under the form of a phallus; a similar god under a similar symbol was adored in Spain, whose name was Hortanes. The Phallus: Sacred Symbol of Male Creative Power - Ebook written by Alain Daniélou. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Phallus: Sacred Symbol of Male Creative Power.

      Beginning with an overview of the symbolism of creative forces in general, The Phallus first examines the representation of male fertility in such forms as the menhirs or standing stones of prehistoric Europe; the Mahalinga and Svayambhu of India; and the ancient Greek second part of the book surveys the presence of ithyphallic gods in archaic shamanistic religions (the Lord of Reviews: 8. Beginning with an overview of the symbolism of creative forces in general, The Phallus first examines the representation of male fertility in such forms as the menhirs or standing stones of prehistoric Europe; the Mahalinga and Svayambhu of India; and the ancient Greek second part of the book surveys the presence of ithyphallic gods in archaic shamanistic religions (the Lord of.

    First, it must be noted that even though the obelisk has been publicly displayed in the most obvious and conspicuous places to be seen, yet in any dictionary or regular encyclopedia, the subject ' obelisk ' and its full meaning is just never explained. Only in specialized books and literature do you find its true symbolic significance and what it meant to those who worshiped the Sun.   When Prosymnus died before that deal would be consummated, the god created a wood phallus to ritually fulfill the promise, according to research by a number of Christian historians, including.


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God"s Phallus by Howard Eilberg-Schwartz Download PDF EPUB FB2

'God's Phallus' uses close readings of the Hebrew Bible, as well as insights from feminist and gender criticism, anthropology, and psychoanalysis, to explore the dilemmas created by the maleness of God for the men of ancient Judaism and for Jewish men by: 8.

God’s Phallus explores the dilemmas created by the maleness of God for the men of ancient Judaism and for Jewish men today. Product Details Category: Religion. God's Phallus: And Other Problems for Men and Monotheism. God's Phallus explores the dilemmas created by the maleness of God for the men of ancient Judaism and for Jewish men today/5(30).

More specifically, this is a book about divine fatherhood and the ways in which the sexual body of a father God is troubling for the conception of masculinity. It may, of course, seem counterintuitive to think of a male God as being problematic for the conception of masculinity.

'God's Phallus' uses close readings of the Hebrew Bible, as well as insights from feminist and gender criticism, anthropology, and psychoanalysis, to explore the dilemmas created by the maleness of God for the men of ancient Judaism and for Jewish men : $ Eilberg-Schwartz (The Savage in Judaism, not reviewed) speculates on the sociopsychological, theological, and literary implications for male monotheists of the Bible's apparently male God.

Despite its provocative title, God's Phallus really is about the absence&#;which the author sometimes refers to as the ``veiling''&#;of male genitalia and other physiological characteristics in the biblical imagery Author: Howard Eilberg-Schwartz. This article is adapted and reprinted from God’s Phallus, published by Beacon Press.

The title of this book (God’s Phallus) is shocking because the thought of God having a penis is shocking.

Most Jews and Christians think of God the father as lacking a body and hence as beyond sexuality. Without a body, God obviously can have no sexual : Howard Eilberg-Schwartz. In the Eleusinian Mysteries, naked dances and Sexual Magicwere the very foundation of the mysteries. Phallicism is the foundation of profound Realization of the Self.

All the principal tools of Masonry serve in order to work with the stone. Every Master Mason must chisel his Philosophical Stone well. There, Monks use a large wooden phallus, carved by Kunley himself, to hit devotees over the head and bless them with it's healing powers.

How this did not become the dominant religion on Earth is impossible to understand. You can find more of Jeff's writing at God's Phallus and other problems for men and monotheism User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.

In psychological and cultural terms, what society has become can be based on the known and unknown anatomical features of God. Eilberg-Schwartz (The Savage in Judaism, Indiana Univ. Pr., ) has. I believe in the God, Lord Priapus Almighty, the Keeper of the Phallus, the Holy Sperm in Heaven and on Earth; and the power of His high priests whose phalluses, holy.

'God's Phallus' uses close readings of the Hebrew Bible, as well as insights from feminist and gender criticism, anthropology, and psychoanalysis, to explore the dilemmas created by the /5(30). Beginning with an overview of the symbolism of creative forces in general, The Phallus first examines the representation of male fertility in such forms as the menhirs or standing stones of prehistoric Europe; the Mahalinga and Svayambhu of India; and the ancient Greek Omphalos.

The second part of the book surveys the presence of ithyphallic gods in archaic shamanistic religions (the Lord of. In ancient Roman religion and magic, the fascinus or fascinum was the embodiment of the divine word can refer to the deity himself (Fascinus), to phallus effigies and amulets, and to the spells used to invoke his divine calls it a medicus invidiae, a "doctor" or remedy for envy (invidia, a "looking upon") or the evil eye.

In Gender Trouble, Judith Butler explores Freud's and Lacan's discussions of the symbolic phallus by pointing out the connection between the phallus and the penis. She writes, "The law requires conformity to its own notion of 'nature'.

Represents God sitting upon his throne, revealing through the heavens the grand Key-words of the Priesthood; as, also, the sign of the Holy Ghost unto Abraham, in the form of a dove. Note: the original phallus (erect penis) was removed in past editions of the Pearl of Great Price, and restored in the Triple Combo (KJV, D&C, PGP).

Priapus is mentioned in Geoffrey Chaucer's " The Merchant's Tale ", part of The Canterbury Tales. During a description of a garden that the protagonist, Januarie, creates, Priapus is invoked in his form as God of gardens: Ne Priapus ne myghte nat suffise, Though he be God of gardyns, for to telle.

phallus. And no matter what Priapus may be god of, he and his phallus are consistently relied on to protect any realm from evil. The final two chapters focus on a comprehensive study of the visual and textual representations of the phallus to allow for an investigation of the.

Today, many newly married and childless couples from all over the world hike to the temple of fertility to seek blessings from the ‘divine thunderbolt’, aka the ancient wooden phallus totem.

There is even a picture book inside the temple with snapshots of visitors who have sent in pictures with their newborn infants, months after visiting the temple. "3 The Phallus in the ‘Age of the Gods’" published on 01 Jan by Brill.

Get this from a library! God's Phallus and other problems for men and monotheism. [Howard Eilberg-Schwartz] -- In recent decades, feminist scholars have amply demonstrated the problems that the male sex of the Jewish and Christian God poses for women. But how has God's sex affected men? Through close readings.

"God's Doodle" is the tale of the penis and the ups and downs of history – the macabre and the bloodcurdling, the funny and the sad, distilled from myth, world cultures, religion, literature, science, medicine and contemporary life – all told with mordant wit.DET (Die Evangelischen Theologen) is the theological version of a digital news magazine.

The DET authorial team provides insightful, thought-provoking content on a wide range of theological, religious, and even political subjects from current events and culture as well as from the Christian and other religious traditions.