To see how this might be so we need only glance at the complex networks of affinity medieval people, or at least medieval theologians, believed were created by sexual intercourse. When a man ejaculated inside a woman’s vagina, there was established between the 2 a bond of consanguinity similar to that with a blood relation of a godparent. The 2 were enmeshed not only with each other, but within each others kinship networks as well, establishing incest taboos between themselves and their partners relations as powerful as those created by biological affinity. Pope Celestine III could even rule that if a couple fornicated before marriage, the exchange created an incest barrier between them, a canonical impediment to their subsequent marriage. The mechanisms of this bonding were often expressed in terms of the exchange of blood. In the words of a canonist, “unity of flesh” was achieved whenever there was “mixing of blood.” The mechanism behind such mixing was clearly spelled out in medieval medical theories of spermatogenesis. Sperm was “mans purest blood,” distilled throughout the veins and arteries of the body, whipped up to a steaming white froth by male heat, then ejaculated into the womb, where it mixed with the cooler blood of the female.
Within this system of sexual and blood relations, the prostitute, available to all and denying none, can be thought of as the center of a circle, bount by radiating blood relations to all males with sexual rights in her. Christian men, through their relation to the prostitute, and likewise related to each other, incorporated in her person as a blood brotherhood of Christian males. In the synedochic language of the body so beloved of our sources, the prostitutes skin bounded the Christian community, her orifices, when penetrated by Christians reinforced it. Hence the danger of a miscegenation that could achieve, at least symbolically, the clandestine admittance of the non Christian into the Christian community through the body of the prostitute. From this point of view we can see how the prostitutes body might become the site of abjection, the place at which the “self” (i.e., the collective group, the Christian community) recognized and (ideally) rejected the “other,” as it did in the case of Alicsend. 
Kicked Out of Heaven Vol. III
The Untold History of The White Races Cir. 700 – 1700 a.d.
585 pages 720 pictures
Kicked Out of Heaven Vol. III is divided into 2 parts. The First part of this volume goes over The Catholic Church’s history during the Dark Ages & Medieval Times. These are a some of the things that are discussed: The Castrati (Castrated Boy Choir), Holy Blood & Organs, Jesus’s Holy Prepuce (Foreskin), The Penance & Anathema, The Fish Bishop, Saints that Levitate, The Incorruptible Saints, The Nun Manias, All Religious Holidays explained, The Heretics: The Luciferians, The Spanish Inquisition. The Second half of this book is a focus on the art of the times. These are the subjects reviewed: Monsters & Gargoyles, Castles & Knight Armory, More on Medicine & Magic, More on Werewolves, Demons & Hell, Over 100 Different Black Madonnas & Moorish Saints, The Catacomb Bone Churches, The Bejewelled Saints, Aliens, Astrology & Alchemy………………….
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