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characters Alraune Die Geschichte eines lebenden Wesens Roman 107 ↠ ❮Read❯ ➪ Alraune Die Geschichte eines lebenden Wesens Roman Author Hanns Heinz Ewers – Gym-apparel.co.uk The basis of the story of Alraune dates to the Middles Ages in Germany The humanoid shaped Mandrake root or Mandragora officinThe Geschichte eines lebenden Wesens eBook #184 basis of the story of Geschichte eines eBook #180 Alraune dates to the Middles Ages in Germany The humanoid shaped Mandrake root or Mandragora officinarum was widely believed to be produced by the semen of hanged men under the gallows Alchemists claimed that hanged men ejaculated after their necks were broken and that the earth absorbed their final strengths In some versions it is blood instead. That decadent vibe I just love it and this book is filled with it Alraune brings togeth

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Of Alraune Die Epubsemen The root itself was used in love philtres and potions while its fruit was supposed Die Geschichte eines lebenden Wesens PDF to facilitate pregnancy Witches who made love to the Mandrake root were said to produce offspring which had no feelings of real love and had no soulThe novel deviates from the myth by concentrating on the issues of artificial insemination and individuality genetics versus environment A scientis. I first became acuainted with the existence of ALRAUNE in issue # 7 of the magazine Van

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Alraune Die Geschichte eines lebenden Wesens RomanT Professor Jakob Die Geschichte eines ePUB #8608 ten Brinken interested in the laws of heredity impregnates a prostitute in a laboratory with the semen of a hanged murderer The prostitute conceives a female child who has no concept of love whom the professor adopts The girl Alraune suffers from obsessive sexuality and perverse relationships throughout her life She learns of her unnatural origins and she avenges herself against the professor. I really love it when I arbitrarily come across a book that is little known but fantast