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July 07 2015

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July 03 2015

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June 27 2015

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Figures de la mandragore plante démoniaque is a French volume published around 1936 and seems to cover the history, medical uses, legends, and other information about the mandrake plant. It includes these fascinating reprints of engravings of the mandrake in various human-looking forms.
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According to popular legend when the root of a mandrake is dug up it screams and kills all who hear it. Mandrake is the common name for members of the genus Mandragora, it is entirely poisonous and contains various hallucinogenic alkaloids including atropine, scopolamine, apoatropine, and hyoscyamine. One of the interesting things about mandrake plant is the root bifurcation or division of the root into two parts, which look very similar to human feet. This resemblance to humans has been explored in the Bible, literature, magic, and even witchcraft. Literature has seemed particularly interested in this link between man and mandrake.

Shakespeare references the connection in Romeo and Juliet when he writes “Shrieks like mandrakes’ torn out of the earth” (IV, iii) and even the Hogwarts greenhouse from Harry Potter has mandrakes that look like humans when pulled from the soil and whose cry is fatal.

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June 15 2015

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May 12 2015

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The god of hard-ons, Priapus was said to be the progeny of Dionysus and Aphrodite and had extremely large genitals. He was a god associated with the promotion of agriculture, fertility and all animals associated with agricultural life. There are many statues and illustrations depicting this god with a huge boner as well. Sometimes, Priapus was conflated with Dionysus as well. And so many heretics were associated with Dionysian rapture and excess, which provided sacred transports to the ecstatic divine. In Medieval witch cults, Priapus was also associated with the goat demon Baphomet who is said to give female participants in sex orgies, great delight. Dionysus was also known as a bull-horned god, much like Baphome.

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