Phallic Worship

Read by Peter Yearsley

(4.1 stars; 6 reviews)

A fairly scholarly, short survey of religious sexual symbols and practices from ancient times to the near-present, and within various countries and religions. The essay is coloured by liberality and acceptance of common themes between different religions. Note: "phallic" in the context of this work refers to both male and female genitalia. (The text lacks a bibliography.) (Summary by Peter Yearsley.) (2 hr 20 min)


Section 1 41:32 Read by Peter Yearsley
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Section 3 45:37 Read by Peter Yearsley



(5 stars)

Author postulates that all religions arise from the dualistic nature of biological sex. If we take his naive supposition and condition it for a modern audience, we will come to the conclusion that we must erase all gender distinctions. By doing this we can eliminate the evil that is religion. In its place we can create a genderless society that produces goods for an all powerfull and all caring global corporate elite. Our corporate governmental overlord's will controll every aspect of our thinking. No longer will there be competing nation states. We will just have serfs and globalists. It's a great brand new world we have to look forward to. It all begins with the elimination of male and female. Elimination of gender will eliminate the family, will eliminate the nation state. We will all be ruled by an incestuous global technocratic elite who know what is best for us.