Robert H. Fryar  

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Robert H. Fryar was a minor British publisher of works on the occult and antiquarian books on art and anthropologica such as universal phallicism. In 1886, he reprinted the Comte de Gabalis with its tale of the immortalization of elementals through sexual intercourse with men, supplementing the work with long citations from Demoniality Or Incubi and Succubi, an eighteenth-century work by Father Sinistrari on the dangers of incubi and succubi.



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