Tantra Yoga replays the “yoking” of the sperm and the ovum to become ONE.

The word “Yoga” derives from Sanskrit yojir, “to yoke.”

Tantra is a relatively recent coinage for the ancient science of Tologomy (related to the Indo-European tocology)

The sperm evolves and dilates into a spine and an endoskeleton.

The ovum evolves and dilates into a skull and an exoskeleton.

The sperm and the ovum yoke at the medulla oblongata (the Mouth of God),uniting in Holy Matrimony.

Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) explained …

“The only marriage that cannot be put asunder is the one between the sperm and the ovum.”

Matter derives from “mother,” and the ovum is 85,000 larger than the sperm.

Alma mater means “nourishing mother.”

Matrimony relates to both “matter” and “money.”

A healthy man is designed to produce a minimum of 1,000 sperm per heartbeat.

The ovum is the source of quality, and the sperm is the source of quantity.

(1) My favorite text on the psychological aspects of Tantra is …

John Ryan Haule, Indecent Practices and Erotic Trance: Making Sense of Tantra, Volumes 1 & 2, 1999

(2) Here’s another good intro to the psychology of Tantra …

Andre Van Lysebeth, Tantra: The Cult of the Feminine, 1995

(3) This is an “easy read” book on Tantra …

Omar Garrison, Tantra: The Yoga of Sex, 1964

(4) The Kama Sutra provides an excellent view of Indian sexuality, and puts Tantra in context …

Alain Danielou (translator), The Complete Kama Sutra: The First Unabridged Modern Translation of the Classic Indian Text, 1994

(5) Here’s an example of Western Tantra involving coitus reservatus

Alice Bunker Stockham, Karezza: Ethics of Marriage, 1903

(6) Here’s an example of Western Tantra 180 degrees opposed to Karezza that explains the bio-electrical nature of sexuality …

Wilhelm Reich, The Function of the Orgasm, 1941, 1961

(7) These two volumes have little to do with Tantra or sexuality, yet are extremely useful for understanding the underlying geometry of the sperm and ovum as complementary Kundalini and Cosmodyne forces …

Dr. Randolph Stone, Polarity Therapy, Volumes 1 & 2, 1954-1957

(8) Understanding Tantra depends on a basic knowledge of sexuality, and an ideal beginning of a very long journey is …

Havelock Ellis, Studies in the Psychology of Sex, volumes 1 through every volume you can get your hands on.

I was lucky enough to find a treasure trove of Havelock Ellis at the Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library in Fort Worth, Texas.

This osteopathic library is now being deliberately RUINED by a medical coup, and the worthwhile books are being thrown into the dumpster behind the building volume by volume.


'Tantra Yoga Is the Wellspring Of Most Other Yogas' have 3 comments

  1. August 5, 2013 @ 7:52 pm Lucy

    Hi Atom,
    What do you think about synchronicity?
    And also ,what do you think about Jung´s quote that said :
    “The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of
    two chemical substances; if there is any reaction, both are transformed.
    Thank you so much. <3


    • August 5, 2013 @ 11:23 pm atomb

      I was way too hard on Jung in yesterday’s (Aug. 4) blog entry.

      99 percent of humanity is stuck in the first three chakras …

      (1) survival/death/thanatos (Freud)

      (2) lust/sexual attachment/eros (Freud)

      (3) power/inferiority/superiority (Adler)

      Only 1 percent or less ever get to the Heart Chakra and Jung.

      Jung is right on identifying the Heart Chakra with MEDIA (newspapers, radio, TV, school, social media, etc.)

      A brainwashed person has no clue they are brainwashed, so no trauma presents itself.

      I’m something of a Jung-aholic, having plowed through 5 or 6 of his Collected Works and other books by him and about him and his ideas, and taking classes at the Jung Center in Houston for two years.

      Yes, I’m into synchronicity, and at times my life is actually more synchronous than linear.

      The rest of Jung’s quote is, “Where love rules, there is no will to power, and where power predominates, love is lacking. The one is the shadow of the other.”

      Unfortunately, Jung is referring to LOVING, not LOVE, so most people misinterpret his quote as a Fourth Chakra statement, above power, instead of below power.

      LOVE commonly devolves into Churchianistic (not Christian) statements like, “I love you, brother, but you’re going to Hell.”

      One has to UNDERSTAND the Heart Chakra before any “clearing” or resolution is possible.

      One day I may expand this into a blog entry.

      PS: Jung’s anima/animus provides excellent Second Chakra info.


  2. August 6, 2013 @ 4:30 am atomb

    More Tantra books. :)


    Arthur Avalon, The Serpent Power: The Secrets of Tantric and Shaktic Yoga, 1919, 1974

    S.C. Banerji, Companion to Tantra, 2007

    Steven Beyer, The Cult of Tara: Magic and Ritual in Tibet, 1973

    Agehananda Bharati, The Tantric Tradition, 1970

    Barbara Carrellas, Urban Tantra: Sacred Sex for the Twenty-first Century, 2007

    Shashi Bhushan Dasgupta, An Introduction to Tantric Buddhism, 1958

    Edward C. Dimock, The Place of the Hidden Moon: Erotic Mysticism in the Vaisnava-Sahajiya Cult, 1966, 1989

    Georg Feuerstein, Tantra: The Path of Ecstasy, 1998

    Omar Garrison, Tantra: The Yoga of Sex, 1964

    Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Tantric Ground and Paths: How to Begin, Progress On, and Complete the Vajrayana Path, 1994

    John Ryan Haule, Indecent Practices and Erotic Trance: Making Sense of Tantra, 1999

    Kalyanamalla, Ananga-Ranga; (Stage of the Bodiless One) or, The Hindu Art of Love. (Ars Amoris Indica.), (translated from the Sanskrit & annoted by A.FF. & B.F.R.), 15th or 16th century, 1885

    David R. Kinsley, The Goddesses Minor: Visions of the Divine Feminine from East to West, 1989
    _____, Hindu Goddesses: Vision of the Divine Feminine in Hindu Religious Tradition, 1986
    _____, Tantric Visions of the Divine Feminine: The Ten Mahavidyas, 1997

    Andre Van Lysebeth, Tantra: The Cult of the Feminine, 1995

    Mark A. Michaels, Patricia Johnson, Rudolph Ballentine, The Essence of Tantric Sexuality, 2006

    Dr. John Mumford, Ecstasy Through Tantra, Third Revised Edition, 1975, 1988

    Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, Tantra: The Supreme Understanding, 1975

    Paschal Beverly Randolph, Eulis! The History of Love: Its Wondrous Magic, Chemistry, Rules, Laws, Modes, Moods and Rationale; Being the Third Revelation of Soul and Sex, 1874, 1896

    Sunyata Saraswati & Bodhi Avinasha, Jewel in the Lotus: The Sexual Path to Higher Consciousness, 1987

    Robert E. Svoboda, Aghora 1: At the Left Hand of God, 1986
    _____, Aghora 2: Kundalini, 1993
    _____, Aghora 3, The Law of Karma, 1997

    Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, Ph.D., Sakti: The Power in Tantra, 1998

    Hugh B. Urban, The Economics of Ecstasy: Tantra, Secrecy, and Power in Colonial Bengal, 2001
    _____, Tantra: Sex, Secrecy, Politics, and Power in the Study of Religion, 2003

    Michael Volin & Nancy Phelan, Yoga and Sex, 1970

    David Gordon White, The Alchemical Body: Siddha Traditions in Medieval India, 1996
    _____, Kiss of the Yogini: “Tantric Sex” in Its South Asian Contexts, 2003

    David Gordon White (editor), Tantra in Practice, 2000


    G.S. Arundale, Kundalini: An Occult Experience, 1974

    Francois Bernier, Travels in the Mogul Empire, 1670, 1891, 1969

    M. Paul Dare, Indian Underworld: A First-Hand Account of Hindu Saints, Sorcerers, and Superstitions, 1940

    John Patrick Deveney, Paschal Beverly Randolph: A Nineteenth-Century Black American Spiritualist, Rosicrucian, and Sex Magician, 1997

    Wendy Doniger, The Hindus: An Alternate History, 2009

    Mircea Eliade, Yoga: Immortality and Freedom, 1969

    C.G. Jung, Mysterium Coniunctionis, Collected Works 14, 1955, 1956
    _____, The Psychology of Kundalini Yoga, 1996

    David R. Kinsley, Hindu Goddesses: Visions of the Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religious Tradition, 1988

    Jeffrey J. Kripal, Esalen: America and the Religion of No Religion, 2007
    _____, Kali’s Child: The Mystical and the Erotic in the Life and Teaching of Ramakrishna, 1995

    Gopi Krishna, Kundalini, the Evolutionary Energy in Man, 1971
    _____, Kundalini: Path to Higher Consciousness, 1976

    Weston La Barre, The Ghost Dance: The Origins of Religion, 1970, 1972

    Christopher McIntosh, The Rosicrucians: The History, Mythology, and Rituals of an Occult Order, 2nd revised edition, 1987

    Hugh Milne, Bhagwan: The God That Failed, 1986

    Swami Narayanananda, The Primal Power in Man: The Kundalini Shakti, 1950

    Erich Neumann, The Great Mother: An Analysis of an Archetype, 1955

    Joanne Pearson, Wicca and the Christian Heritage: Ritual, Sex and Magic, 2007.

    Tray Pintchman (editor), Seeking Mahadevi: Constructing the Identities of the Hindu Great Goddess, 2001

    Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, From Sex to Super Consciousness, 1974

    Paschal Beverly Randolph, After Death: The Disembodiment of Man: The World of Spirits, Its Location, Extent, Appearance; the Route Thereof; Inhabitants; Customs; Societies; also Sex and Its Uses There, Etc., Etc., Third Edition, 1865?, 1886

    Lee Sannella, The Kundalini Experience: Psychosis or Transcendence, 1992

    Marsha Keith Schuchard, William Blake’s Sexual Path to Spiritual Vision, 2008

    Leo Steinberg, The Sexuality of Christ in Renaissance Art and Its Modern Oblivion, 2nd revised edition, 1983, 1996

    Hugh B. Urban, Magica Sexualis: Sex, Magic, and Liberation in Modern Western Esotericism, 2006


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