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The Masculine Cross and Ancient Sex Worship (1874)

The Masculine Cross and Ancient Sex Worship (1874)

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The Masculine Cross and Ancient Sex Worship by "Sha Rocco." (Dr. Abisha S. Hudson) Another short Phallicist work on History of Religion, largely cribbed from Dr. Thomas Inman's "Ancient Faiths embodied in Ancient Names."
The Masculine Cross and Ancient Sex Worship by "Sha Rocco." (Dr. Abisha S. Hudson) Another short Phallicist work on History of Religion, largely cribbed from Dr. Thomas Inman's "Ancient Faiths embodied in Ancient Names."

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Published by: Celephaïs Press / Unspeakable Press (Leng) on Jul 06, 2008
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 THE
MASCULINE CROSS
 
 AND
 ANCIENT SEX WORSHIP
B
 SHA ROCCO
Un
ſ 
peakable Pre
ſ 
s
 
333
 Via Nefanda, Lelag, Leng 
2008
 
 
Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year
1873
, by  ABISHA S. HUDSONin the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
 
First published New York, Asa K. Butts,
1874
. ReprintedLondon, s.n.,
1898
, New York: Commonwealth,
1904
,&c., &c., &c. This e-text issued by UnspeakablePress (Leng) in July 
2008
of the commonerror.
Revision
2009.06.19
— restored passage omitted at end of cap. III.
Scanned at sacred-texts.com, June
2003
. J.B. Hare, redactor. This text is in the public domain. These files may beused for any non-commercial purpose, providedthis statement of attribution is left intact.
 
PREFACE ——— 
S
PEAKING
to an educated woman of the ancient mean-ing and remarkable origin of the cross, she inquired,“What, the cross of Christ?” Her unconsciousness thatit had any other relation than that pertaining to thecrucixifion of Jesus illustrates a prevailing lack of his-torical knowledge in most people throughout Christen-dom. The hope to bring within the reach of theaverage man of letters a chapter of mythological lore which has heretofore been confined to the few is onemotive for offering these pages to the public. There is no truth but is productive of good. The dyna-mics of knowledge are impatient of rest and mental inertia.Science and historical criticism are opening many fields long hid in myth and conjecture.It is hoped the line of discussion here adopted willexplain some portions of Bible literature which havealways stood in the attitude of offensive enigma to cult-ured thought. Improved taste of modern time mustquestion the cruelites of former days, and ask the reason why. Natural forces give direction to usage, and typeto habits. The same agencies modify and polish them. The hallowed powers of one era become detritus of alater one; and in still later eons of time those decayedobjects reappear as relices, and show, to our surprise, how much that is held to be original in our age is really theunconscious inheritance of a bygone ancestry. They 

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