May 23, 2002

The aesthetic qualities of an Orgasm
Erotic sensations are not induced by stimulating the genitals but, instead, by stimulating the brain. Provocation activates the nervous system. A build up of muscular tension (myotonia) leads to an orgasm which consists of several rhythmic muscular contractions or spasms that run together. The result is not only physiological but mental as well. The brainwaves change (they are now similar to those of an epileptic seizure or of a monk in deep meditation).
An orgasm is nothing more than the release of built up tension. And thus a form of purification. To heaven from hell. An orgasm is a mystical experience.
Orgasm.
Currents sent to the electrodes inside our head change our attitudes. The septal region reigns. When acetylcholine, a natural chemical neurotransmitter, is injected into the septal area, intense pleasure (including long sexual orgasms) takes place.
Septal electrodes are better than drugs.

The physiological changes caused by an orgasm cause our eyes to darken, our cheeks to redden and our lips to swell. The same effects sought by women when using cosmetics.

Cosmetics were used by the prostitutes of Pompeii to indicate their specialties. For example, women with highly painted lips were experts in fellatio.

Pompeii red.

Painted Faces: Artifacts, frescoes and mosaics bear witness to the care taken in ancient Pompeii with one's outer appearance.-- Two thousand years after their scent last turned men’s heads, perfumes used by the women of Pompeii have been re-created. -- Heather's about to be transformed into a Roman fashion victim!--OVID'S ON THE PAINTING OF THE FACE--Roman women wore rouge, lipstick and eye-shadow made from charcoal or saffron--images of women--The same Queen Elizabeth also set the trend for makeup, which consisted of white lead for the face and red ochre for rouge and lips. --The remains of what might have been a soap factory were discovered in Pompeii--Lip Paint -- Red--Pompeii red, which she describes as 'an incredibly hot red-orange--Italian Pompeii Red The true, intense, brilliant red of ancient Italian frescoes. Hot, glowing, and luminous--A phallic symbol carved into the street pointing the way to the "red light" districts and to help the sailors find the way to the houses of ill repute. --Red Wing Pompeii--show the brilliant color of Pompeii red, a color that cannot be reproduced today because the berries that served as the base to the color were wiped out--Pompeii and the Arts--Pompeii's Frisky Frescoes Revealed--The Last Days of Pompeii --detail of a red figure cup by the Triptolemous Painter--Wall panel from Pompeii with phrase hic habitat felicitas ("here dwells happiness")!! --Naples museum exposes public to ancient erotica--"A woman without paint is like food without salt," wrote the Roman philosopher Plautus. --Patches and Painting--Sniffing out history--From the earliest times in history, people have been interested in what they wear – both on their bodies and on their faces--Antonio d'Ambrosio's richly illustrated book, Women and Beauty in Pompeii, offers a brief overview of the Pompeian, and by extension, Roman concept of beauty. --. A wealthy woman suffered for her beauty (though not as much as her slaves did, who might have to spend hours intricately curling and plaiting her hair).--those who are observant of beauty only in women, and are moved little or not at all by the beauty of men--The ruins of Pompeii, felled by hot volcanic ash, revealed a number of Dionysiac friezes

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