Sheela na gigs are figurative carvings of naked women displaying an exaggerated vulva. They are architectural grotesques found all over Europe   on cathedralscastlesand other buildings. The highest concentrations can be found in Ireland, Great Britain, France and Spain, sometimes together with male figures. Ireland has the greatest number of surviving sheela na gig carvings; Joanne McMahon and Jack Roberts cite examples in Ireland and 45 examples in Britain. Another well-known example may be seen at Kilpeck in HerefordshireEngland.
Boyne Valley Day Tours. For centuries Sheela-na-gigs led a quiet existence on churches all over the British Isles. When they were brought to scientific attention in Ireland, some years ago, their discovery, understandably, was not greeted with an unqualified welcome. After all, what were these carvings of naked females doing on medieval churches?
Ma Anand Sheela and Bhagwan. Photo via Netflix. In her opening monologue in the six-part documentary, the former lieutenant of the religious cult known as the Rajneeshees talks about how one cannot wear a crown without the threat of death by guillotine. At their peak in the s, there were thousands of Rajneeshees around the world who worshipped their guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh later known as Oshoa small, white-bearded Indian man they likened to a rock star.
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