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About Dream Temples
The ancient Greeks sought dream oracles within sacred dream temples. One of the renowned dream temples was the Temple of Amphiaraus at Oropos. People would go to the temple and "purify oneself" first by making an offering to the Gods. A ram was the sacrificed, its fleece removed and then used as a sleeping mat inside the temple. Another famous temple was the Temple of Pasiphae. The magistates of the city used the temple to recieve answers to difficult questions. Sleeping within religious temples continued down through history. Another famous dream shrine was located in Lough Derg in Donegal, Ireland. It was a cave known as St. Patricks Purgatory. People would entomb themselves in tiny cells for up to nine days waiting for a vision of what was waiting for them in hell. They will either enhance an erection or advance penis length and girth. Penis extenders tend to be made from silicone or rubber to imitate the sensation of a woman while it is being worn. A cock ring however, can be made from many different materials. Silicone tends to be the most popular, but we have also seen leather and even some metal variations too. These men sex toys have been additionally enhanced by extras such as vibration features. Caution should be observed as continued use or tight versions of these might result in rupture of blood vessels in the penis.

Last updated: December 31, 1969

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