I am a 54 year old male artist. I have been looking for someone to help me realize my interests in what I call ritual cock worship for a long time. I have always been interested in sex as a ritualized expression of worship. Over the years I have met some people who are like minded, but I can’t say I have ever been comfortable with anyone else’s creativity, imagination, or interests in sex worship enough to let myself open up and tell all, and experience as much as I feel I need and want to. After reading as much of your site as I think exists I am amazed to find how many different things you mention that I seek and make strong connection to…for example…my first impulse even when I was young regarding another man  was in worshipping  cock physically, symbolically etc… therefore I have always believed in totally focusing on his organ and in developing a sense of sexual pleasure in myself that did not center in my cock, but in my whole body, especially my nipples, my mouth and throat and my anus etc, so that I didn’t get into masturbating myself while cock worshipping…or focusing on my orgasm etc…in fact….i taught myself to create a separate sense of what an orgasm is for a cockworshipper…etc…

James

James- In 1994, I founded the Brotherhood of Priapic Worship, after several years of research in Ancient Phallic Practices. What I discovered was mind-blowing to me; the male member has been at the centre of theology and philosophy for millennia, yet there was no sign or evidence in current studies that such a strong connection ever existed!

Further research exposed the nefarious undertone of mainstream Church Inc. and the political class of the day, in their efforts to bury any hint of this “barbaric” and “immoral” trend. Fast forward to the 21st Century and we now have a human race completely devoid of any knowledge of their history or understanding of their place in the natural scheme of life on this planet.

Like you, I knew in my heart and soul that our penis, the powerful Rod of Priapus, is what connects all men to Mother Earth, from which they sprang, an to each other. With the help and support of an amazing young shaman, I created the ritual of Priapic worship, which I still follow to this day. I have found that using such a format creates and strengthens the community, for like minded men, and guides men to understand the intense power their male bodies holds. In the process, we learn to love our male bodies and respect them, knowing that we are made in the image and likeness of god. And, yes, that includes our beautiful cocks.

Leo

15 thoughts on “Ritualized Worship

  1. I would love to join a group like that. But unfortunately there are none close to me.

    I’ve been obsessed with Fauns and Satyrs eversince I was a kid, and read the Narnia book. The Narnia books may be Christian allegories, but they had the distinction of portaying Fauns/Satyrs as the good guys. Obviously there was nothing sexual about them. That came to me later as I started reading about Satyrs from Ancient Greek folklore, and that opened my eyes to the great Judeo-Christan lie. Christianity has appropriated this amazing figure. He was mischievous and hedonistic, but not the personification of evil. When he didn’t pull pranks on unsuspecting travelers, he would seduce them to a night of feverish stupor and forbidden pleasures. Male, female, didn’t matter. Pan would fuck anybody.
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    While I don’t exactly believe thar this archaic deity exist, I do believe in the idea of him, and I do believe it the power of the Phallus. We can all embody a Satyr with our own manhood and lust. When we spew our loads, we release our own Ambrosia, the nectar of the gods. I also do wear a bronze Fascinum talisman inside my shirt. Because why not wear a cock charm in neck chain?

    1. Ben- The lie you refer to is an excellent example of how Judeo-Christian Religion Inc. co-opted pagan deities symbols and concepts to use in their efforts to promote their own ideology. C.S. Lewis himself was a man of religion. When using the satyr/faun character he recreated him as completely devoid of any sexual reference.
      As you well know now, Pan was anything but sexless. He lived for it! His spirit lives on in every man today, as I have often born witness. I, myself, dressed as Pan for our All Hallows Eve celebration a few years back, and enjoyed getting into the hyper-sexualized character for the evening.
      Your fascinum talisman is an important part of who you are. I too have a gold ring with a fascinum deeply engraved into its face, which I use as a seal for Priapic Brotherhood documents and certificates of membership. Our beliefs define who we are to ourselves and to the world.

      Bro Leo

      1. Fascinum talisman has been used since ever ..in old Pompei they were on tiles cemented on streets to indicate prostitution houses direction
        In thailand kigs are put on market tables as bring good luck
        I have a ring i had it engraved with a satire in erection have seen rings with a phallus and had in blue tile ¨frite ¨
        or gold hanger as earrings for ancient egypt prostitute easy to find pics in internet

    2. I always loved faunus i found a small lovely statue in gold of one sitting and playing the double flute … i guess it is the idealized image of man nice playful and herotic

      1. Looking for male connection exploration experience never tried very curious here. You?

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