William Tapley, the Third Eagle of the Apocalypse, sees penises. Penes. Phallic symbols.
Paintings are phallic. Penguins (or Auks, or something) are phallic. Signs are phallic. Statues are phallic. Horses rearing up are phallic. Horses’ manes and tales are phallic. Horses’ penes are phallic. The Denver Airport on a snowy day is phallic. The Denver Airport is just really, really phallic.
Now, not to put too much thought into this, but I am a little confused. Listen carefully at around 3:10.
Many pagan religions worship the phallus because it’s a symbol of life. But we know there is a more powerful symbol which negates the phallic symbol, and that is the cross.
Huh. So the Christian cross negates life (and penises). That’s not really what I remember from Sunday School.