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Forbidden Sexual Behavior and Morality: An Objective Re-Examination of Perverse Sex Practices in Different Cultures Hardcover – 1962

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  • Hardcover: 431 pages
  • Publisher: The Julian Press Inc.; 1St Edition edition (1962)
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 6.4 x 1.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #835,946 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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An in depth look at the sexual practices of witches (the devil worshipping ones, not the mordern day fluffy bunny ones) with an emphisis on their relations with incubi, succubi, & the devil himself. This is an excellent historical perspective on the topic, althogh I'm sure a lot of it is colored by the superstitious beliefs of the inquisitors of the time. I espescially like this book because it has given me many wonderful ideas for erotic blasphemy. A must have for Satanic perverts like myself.
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"Eros and Evil: The Sexual Psychopathology of Witchcraft," R.E.L. Masters, 1st Pub. Julian Press, NY 1962 (HC) 322 pgs., includes 19 chaps. plus Append. A&B (94 pgs) Notes 40 pg, Biblio. 5 pg, & Index 8.

A published writer, a 4th book on sibylline & cabalistic topics "Eros & Evil" is not for the faint of heart or those who'd gasp in horror of the psychopornopathologic exposition at dissection of intrinsic essences of Mythoi transformed to Demonology by Christianity, imprimis Catholicism which, as Kings are prone to do, unseat one another & redefined all existing non-Christian gods as devils or demons, expecially "cacodemons," the evil type. So, the Devil's proper garb was clerical - during this "Witch Mania & Delusion" period.

Just as succinct definition of mytho or Mythoi is imprecise -- so to is characterization of protagonists in demonology. The witch & devil kindred reigning from the 1400's to the 1800's included demonic incubi (male) & succubi (female) who stood accused by common folk & clergy of sexual interaction of diverse forms with humans - descriptions of their various presentations in demonic, ethereal or human form, anatomies, apparition, origins, murders, offspring, seminal habits, anthropophagi, scatology, possession, orgies, cruelities, convent invasions, drugs, etc. We are given the list of remedies to combat witches' magic as confession, shedding of tears, signing of cross, humility, pilgramages, meditation, & large church contributions to help cure erectile dysfunction & sterility, etc. plus a list of preventive measures as use of holy water, prayers, horseshoes, garlic, incense burning & passage of gas.

The book concludes with detailed Appendices listing "Celebrities of Demonology" & Sinistrari's "Demoniality." For some the book may be a difficult read.
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