Penis emjoi as phallus iconography

Having the biggest dick in the World means nothing against the enormity and magnitude of our penis in its totality which we all share in common. No matter their physicality, our family jewels can help us do much more than mere bodily function. They can help us energise and connect with our higher selves too. However, attempting to comprehend this at once is like trying to imagine the unfathomable dimensions of the universe knowing it contains more stars than exist grains of sand on the Earth.

Holding it as often as we do, we still will never grasp with our mind precisely where our penis begins and ends.

To help us comprehend this we must go beyond what is visible with our eyes. We must break matters down into man-scale parts.

But let’s first explore with the senses we have. In the photograph, a group of caucasian men – friends, someone’s father, perhaps two brothers – find themselves together at an outdoor swimming pool on a hot Summer’s day. It might be the 40’s, in which case most will have passed away from old age and with them the memory of something special here which manhood has lost for the moment. They removed all their clothes and quite clearly took great enjoyment from nakedness and in exposing their penis to one another. So in the moment is their frolicing that even a photographer with a camera did not change their disposition – legs and hands set wide and if they were just a fraction wider it would appear deliberate. This is a locker room moment of it’s time. What other secrets can this photograph tell us about the manhood they lived? (Comment below✍).

Feel the visceral recognition of the privates of each man – At once exposed proudly and nestled into his inner core. Dark natural pubic hair draws us in but partly shields. Testes are seperated into their pouch doubling as a furry cushion for it’s king’s member when not in use. Each man’s penis is slightly pushed out, on display, it’s contrasting lightness unmistakable from a distance.

Despite being penis owners, we can gaze at this image without being or feeling subjected to the same gaze back at us which very much changes our experience. Seperated from it’s scene by the passage of time, we view it more objectively than a photo taken last week. Such is the ability of an image and our voyeuristic gaze to offer us new insight into what our own penis really is and what it does. It confirms for us that there is more to our malehood than we know.

The Three Gemstones

The family jewels are comprised of the Three Gemstone – the penis and each testes. They symbolise the three systems which interact to complete our sexual being. Without these, our genitals would be slaved to our bodies like livers and lungs. These are the Three Gemstones which give us the sparkle that make us complete:

  1. Penis power: The power we have named as being of our penis is the energy we sense as pleasure and which grows out from our warm centre, filling us with light.
  2. True manhood: The community of peers, of men bonded with each other in friendship and love. In brotherhood, or whatever we might name it, we are bound together unconditionally as equals.
  3. Nature: It is by and through Nature that penis power can transcend the genitals to fill our entire body, mind and spirit with its light. Then it beams out of our bodies and down our tail-bones, reaching into the Earth, and like the roots of a forest becomes intertwined with the men close to use and melds with all men, strengthening each other.

I must rely upon penis power, true manhood, and Nature as my ultimate refuge.


By receiving the power of the Three Gemstones and with the help of our mates and brothers in manhood, we will accomplish profound realisations about our place within and our service to Nature. Through this, we will be permanently liberated from the suffering of manhood’s toxic past.

Penis emjoi as phallus iconography

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