Fig. 23 The Phoenician serpent god, alias Basilisk. The serpent, as well as the image of the sun, is always a phallic symbol in ancient religion.   Basilisk is where the Roman Catholic Church got the name-- St. Peter's Basilica.  Basilica is the old Greek name for the temple of the phallic god.  How appropriate this is in view of the perpetual obsessions of the priests of "Mother Church."  It also is well complimented by the obelisk in St. Peter's square which is a world wide phallic symbol complete with the phallic ball on top.