Ancient Egyptians Sex Gods

"They were not merely symbols of Osiris, but incarnations of him"




Sex god of ancient egypt




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Ancient Egypt Sex Gods

The goat and the bull were especially sacred to the Egyptians as representing sexual creative power.

They were not merely symbols of Osiris, but incarnations of him.

Often Osiris was depicted with large and prominent organs, as a mark of his supreme power; and models of him in this form, or with a triple phallus, were borne in religious processions by the Egyptians.

On certain occasions the women carried such phallic images, and operated them mechanically with strings.

Signs of sex worship appear not only in the many cases in which figures are depicted, on temple reliefs, with erect organs, but in the frequent appearance, in Egyptian symbolism, of the crux ansata.

Cross with a handle, as a sign of sexual union and vigorous life.




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