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Ecstasy Through Tantra

Ecstasy Through Tantra - Jonn Mumford, Carl Llewellyn Weschcke There was a time when I thought my family tree included Alistair Crowley. The truth is far worse, an extremely remote and strange cousin, and that would be the best way to describe this book, which begins with a reference to Crowley and a first recommendation to use a catheter to absorb one's own fluids. It does say that certain fluids are known to make a woman's face softer, etc., but here too, and possibly only, you'd better consult a doctor. STIs are just one of the possible issues. True believers on Alistair Crowley's gender line might try applying their own fluids to their face, after the catheter of course, but I for one wouldn't want to read the coroner's report.