There was also the marriage of those of the Magicians who refused all intercourse with the opposite sex, and were therefore married to the whole sex as such. Here was no ceremony used; but each had a special mark signifying that he or she was thus consecrated.
 Among them the male member was covered with a clear membrane; of which something like a circumcision was done on the day of birth. It's scarcely worthy of belief, even though it's true, that the mons veneris of women had a likeness to a face, a demonic, Sardonic, satyric face, whose mouth was the mouth of the vulva, a horrible and ridiculous thing. They say similar things about the members of the men, that they seemed like the figures of homunculi. Read — judge — keep silent.
 "Vulva like a snake"
 MAR is Atlantean (also Sanscrit) for die. This word throws light on their conception of death.
 Note that no tautologies defile its linguistic wells. "As I have written" is never changed to "as I have observed, noted, described, said, indicated, remarked, pointed out" and so on.
 I must revert for a moment to the language. OIK, Greek Οικος meant the 'House of the penetrating men.' NOM, Greek Νομος, the 'arch of the House of the Women,' i.e. that which roofed them in or protected them. Hence 'the law.'