is pure Hinduism, which is an oxymoronic word usage.
is also very filthy. I must remind you that Catholic ecumenical priests all over
India are adding the Lingam (Phallus) of Shiva to the altar of the Mass as a gesture
of the synergism of Roman Catholicism and Hinduism.
is just as the Pope and the Vatican want it, and one Catholic missionary society
in India which refused to add the Lingam to the Mass was excommunicated.
is a very sexually perverted religion. Nearly all men in India are bisexual, and
many Hindu women commit suicide in frustration over their horrible role in marriage.
is ugly, and truth is important.
the Adoration of the Lingam (Phallus of the god Shiva)
who desires perfection of the soul must worship the lingam."
as a form of spiritual practice, has received much attention from advocates of
Gay Spirituality. Some writers are concerned with the need to demonstrate that,
despite the heterosexual structure and language in Tantric texts and practices,
that homo-erotic practices did exist historically, albeit as Jeffrey J. Kripal
puts it, as secret sadhanas (sadhana = practice). This search for
historical proofs has its place, and is fascinating for those of us
who have an interest in the recovery of gay & bisexual archetypes and myths,
but we should not forget that Tantra is a living discipline and
a practical one at that. The test for modern practitioners is not merely to rely
on old texts and practices, but to draw on the spirit of Tantra and make it viable
for our contemporary needs and desires. This article presents a Tantric dimension
to fellatio, and describes a puja (ritual) for dedicating blowjobs to Shiva.
The Lingam of Shiva
term Lingam, in Sanskrit, means sign. Shiva, as the Absolute
- that which is unmanifest, can only be perceived by the means of his creation
- the source of life from which the world is issued. This is the principle upon
which the veneration of the phallus is based in Shaivite mysticism.
is without sign, without colour, without taste, without odour, beyond the reach
of words or touch, without qualities, immutable and immovable."
distinctive sign by which one can recognise the nature of something is therefore
some legends, the Shivalingam pierces the three worlds or cities.
In one version, it is related that the gods Brahma and Vishnu were debating which
of the two of them was the greater, when there appeared before them
a vast column of light. Brahma, mounted on his swan, flew upwards to find its
peak, whilst Vishnu, taking the form of a boar, descended to find its foundation.
Although they searched for thousands of years, they could find neither peak nor
foundation. Finally they found a Ketaki flower which had fallen from the
lingams head. The flower told them that it had been falling for ten eons
and that no one knew how much more time it would take it to reach the ground.
we may understand the lingam as being a primordial axis mundi - a form of world-tree
or shamans ladder which passes through all of the known worlds. In the microcosm,
the lingam springs forth from the bindu (point) within the triangle formed by
Iccha-Kriya-Jnana Shaktis (the powers of think-decide-act) and rises,
piercing the chakras.
central concept in Tantra is that of divine immanence that one can experience
the divine through the worship of god or goddess in a living form. This commonly
appears in the forms of tantric puja (ritual) where a goddess is worshipped in
the form of a living woman. Jeffrey J. Kripal notes the teachings of Vaishnavacharan,
a nineteenth-century tantric contemporary of Ramakrishna, whose Kartabhaja sect
of tantrics practised the method of "delighting in God in the forms of man."
That is to say, Vaishnavacharans followers sought to experience divine ecstasy
by making a living man the subject of their adoration. Kripal infers that this
would have included sex-play.
of the central homo-erotic interludes in Hindu myth is Agnis swallowing
of the semen of Shiva, which led to a chain of events culminating in the birth
of the god Skanda. Skanda is considered by some writers to be the object of devotion
by a homo-erotic cult in India and elsewhere.
from his linga Shiva released his perfect seed which had the fragrant perfume
of jasmine or the blue lotus. Agni took it into his hands and drank it, rejoicing,
thinking, Elixir! and then Shiva vanished."
Purana, quoted in Conner, Sparks & Sparks, p44
is the purest form of sacrificial elixir the Soma offering given to the
fire of desire. The Vedic texts contain many references to semen as a form of
food. On an esoteric level, the ingestion of semen is a form of eucharist whereby
the deity resides in the semen and enters the body of the practitioner. The magical
properties of ingesting semen appears in a wide variety of cultural contexts.
the Kama Sutra, fellatio is referred to as auparishtaka superior
coition, and associates its practice with hijras or male prostitutes. Although
describing the eight ways of performing fellatio in some detail, Vatsyayana
warns against its practice. Such injunctions however, do not apply to practitioners
Worship of the Living Lingam
is an outline, using tantric principles, for a sexual puja employing fellatio.
This rite may be performed externally which is to say, with
a magical partner, or internally wherein the other participant is unaware
of the magical elements of the act. This is contrary to those texts
which avow that acts of sexual magic may only legitimately take place between
consenting magical partners. This is a matter of taste and personal
preference. There is a lot of gushing in the magical community about the dangers
of performing sexual magic with someone who is unaware of the magical dimension
of the act.
salutation to Ganesha, whom Shiva decreed should be worshipped prior to the beginning
of any auspicious act, is made. This is also appropriate as Ganesha is the guardian
or doorkeeper of the Muladhara Chakra. The penis, (particularly if flaccid), may
be adored as Ganeshas trunk.
I salute the Lord of the Twisted Trunk
Bathing the Phallus
the phallus is a ritual act of purification, preparing it to become the vehicle
of the indwelling deity. This may be done as a ritual oblation or by tongue-bathing.
(placing) is the ritual act of identifying the body (or part, in this case) with
the indwelling deity. Again this may be done ritually, or silently, through massage
I salute Shiva in the balls
I salute Shiva in the root
I salute Shiva in the shaft
I salute Shiva in the crown
I salute Shiva in the tip
I salute Shiva in the eye
Invoking the Deity
the chosen deity (i.e. Shiva) into the vessel is traditionally performed by the
practitioner identifying with the deity through internal meditation and then externalising
the indwelling deity into the vessel via the breath. Here, it may be appropriate
to identify oneself with Agni (see above) before simultaneously breathing onto
and stroking the penis so that it becomes a vessel for divinity.
Adoring the Lingam
installed the deity into the penis, it may now be adored. Some partners might
be somewhat alarmed to hear the male organ described as "shining with the
light of ten thousand suns."
Kama Sutra describes the eight ways of performing fellatio: ( The
definitions are deleted-- This religion is too filthy )
Consuming the Soma
one wishes to do this, the divine essence may be held in the mouth whilst one
meditates on the force of Shiva.
physical act may be accompanied by appropriate visualisation for example,
if one is taking on the role of Agni, then the heat of ones desire may be
visualised and felt as burning away the impurities of the body or
the kleshas (knots) which prevent spontaneity.
puja may be closed ritually, or simply with a hmmm (Aum) of satisfaction..
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LINKS:Lest you think Hindus don't
practice the Lingam rituals anymore:
LEADERS IN INDIA CLAIM THAT SALVATION IS NOT SOLELY THROUGH JESUS CHRIST. Friday
News Notes, October 6, 2000 (David W. Cloud, Fundamental Baptist Information Service,
P.O. Box 610368, Port Huron, MI 48061-0368, firstname.lastname@example.org) - When the Southern
Baptist Convention published a prayer guide a few months ago that called on Baptists
to pray for the conversion of Hindus, ecumenical leaders in India rose up in alarm.
Ipe Joseph, general secretary of the National Council of Churches in India condemned
the prayer guide and said, ãWe should find ecumenical space for followers
of other faiths in salvation. . . . Christians should stop thinking of Christianity
as the religion among religions.ä The president of the Catholic Bishopsâ
Conference of India and the general secretary of the Council of Baptist Churches
in North-East India (Pastor Gulkhan Pau) also condemned the Southern Baptist prayer
guide. Pau said, ãYou preach your faith, but donât play down others.
. . . I am not going to condemn the Hindu or the Muslim for his faith.ä This
is not what we see in the Bible. The prophets of old certainly preached against
idolatry and false religion, as did the Apostles of the Lord Jesus Christ. The
ecumenical leaders of India are apostate religious politicians.
Shelby Spong's insanity speaking for the Episcopal Church:
The ecumenical journey
will carry modern Christians to a fearful, anxious future, where all will be forced
to lay down narrow claims and to embrace the openness of this new day. When the
Christians of the world can do this, then perhaps in that larger community of
faith, worshipers and believers will include the Jews, the Muslims, the Buddhists,
the Hindus. They will come, I trust, with equal claims to being children of the
one God equally created in that Gods image, equally loved and sought in
that Gods plan for salvation. That is a brilliant, fearful, universal hope.
Billy Graham on Shiva worshippers (Who believes that Shiva is "a god"):
Robert Schuller: "Tell
me, what do you think of the future of Christianity?"
Graham: "I think everybody who knows Christ, whether they're conscious of
it or not, they're members of the Body of Christ...God's purpose is to call out
a people for His name, whether they come from the Muslim world, Buddhist world,
the Christian world, or the non-believing world, they are members of the Body
of Christ, because they've been called by God. They may not even know the name
of Jesus...and I think they are saved, and that they are going to be in heaven
Schuller (overjoyed): "What I hear you saying is that it's possible for Jesus
Christ to come into human hearts and soul and life even if they've been born into
darkness and never had exposure to the Bible. Is that a correct interpretation
of what you are saying?"
Graham: "Yes it is, because I believe that. I've met people in various parts
of the world...that have never seen a Bible or heard about a Bible, and never
heard of Jesus, but they've believed in their hearts that there was a God."
while a Hindu man is contemplating the semen of his Guru in his mouth from sodomite
oral sex in Hindu worship (see SOMA Contemplation
above), God accepts that as a sincere attempt to believe in The Lord Jesus Christ.
What a vile damned soul Billy Graham has become. There are hundreds of Roman Catholic
priests in India who hate the Lingam being added to the Catholic Mass in India.
I know one personally who was excommunicated by Rome for refusing to put the Lingam
on the altar while he said the Mass.
should not come to this journal if you do not want it straight across the plate
waist high. We deal with reality.
on Hindu fire HINDU FIRE-- "FIRE
(Agni)" -The common aspect of our body, sun and flame signifies the presence of
the creator. Therefore fire is considered to be the ultimate witness. Offerings
to the fire represent commitments made in the presence of the almighty. SAPTAPADI
The bride and groom take their vows as they complete seven steps around the holy
fire and till the seven steps are completed they are not deemed as man and wife.