Most people find the idea of phallic worship ridiculous in our modern society. However, male fixation on the virile member, its power, size or sexual functions still persists.
The representations that have been made since the Neolithic of a man with a large phallus cannot be overlooked. The figure is none other than the Giant of Cerne Abbas, or the ithyphallic Hermes. We have seen it in pagan art around the world. Obviously, it's not just an "abstract man with a ridiculously huge penis." This must be symbolic. Why else would this image, and that of the penis in the abstract, be repeated with such frequency and ubiquity?
Evidently, this act of creating magical symbols has been designed over time to undermine the authority of the power possessed by the object, in this case an artifact of the hated educational system, of notably Christian institutions that insist on restricting pagan and animal impulses. Of the youngs.
Pagan phallicism expresses a challenge to the ruling Christian power structure.
A naive stick figure, brandishing an impossibly large phallus, is the key image in the cult's iconography. The figure, who we shall refer to as 'Penis Man', does not only appear on objects representing the established Christian state, such as textbooks (tools of Christian indoctrination) and walls (artificial barriers imposed by the State that divide man from his neighbour). It also appears in profusion on the walls of public lavatories. This is not, as one might think, mere scatology.
Public lavatories, like the bath-houses of Russia, are magical places. In our society, they are one of the few 'men's lodges' still in existence. We should therefore not be surprised to find the cult's adherents celebrating their deity, Penis Man, on the walls of his temple. Indeed, the public lavatory is also home to another rite, which is certainly associated with Paganism and the pre-Christian era; we refer here to the 'unmentionable vice of the Greeks', namely homosexuality. Penis Man appears amid numerous affirmations of tribal loyalty and defiance (FUCK OFF MAN UTD SHIT) and collective ritual disparagement of the women of other clans (HOLLY IS A SLAG. TRUE).
We can thus posit a fervent, underground movement, composed mainly of young men whose initiation ceremony undoubtely involves homosexual acts (whether this is in the young man's nature or not, being 'man enough' to endure them is part of the cult's ethos) which has survived from the earliest days of Paganism. We cannot tell whether Penis Man represents Herne, Dagda, Cernunnos or any such deity; but we do know that he must represent one of them.
The notion of pagan continuity, of an inherited tradition of secret pagan worship, is often scoffed at. Those who have seen the crude, shocking and yet unarguably authentic figure of Penis Man will have to rethink their conclusions and maybe, just maybe, ponder their own prejudices.