1)JUST SKETCH AND SHOW ME THE 'LING ROOP' IF ITS NOT MALE ORGAN?
2)mean he has won over the sex, which is only possible to controlling over the LING or PHALLUS.
1) i have quoted even from Swami Vivekananda's statement. He also said it is wrong. And even many Hindus also do not believe so.
Now, my further churning- Baba says- in olden days - sages used to say neti, neti about Ishwar. There was no Gyan(belief) of sarvavyaapi initially. Later they said- Ishwar is sarvavyaapi, everyone is god, I am sri sri sri 108 Jagadguru.
So- intially- there might have belief that ling represents incorporeal form (Baba also explains same in Murli).
So- I think- there are also hemispherical and oval shapes of shivling. In Karantaka state lingayats used to worship shivling by holding it in their hands. It was hemisphere form.
So- actually - the initial intention would be to make it spherical or oval. But since it needs to sit properly (so that it does not roll), it might have been made as hemisphere. Later to make it visible from far distance its height would have increased so that it appears as phallus.
And since later, people forgot that shiv is incorporeal and equated shiv = Shankar, then they could not have understood what the existing ling represents. Then the male organ concept might have come.
2) If you believe that it represents the one who won sex, then can such a person's organ get erected? The ling shown in temple is in erected form- is it not?
So- do you mean to say- Mr. dixit's organ gets erected? [If you are willing, you may explain more- whether the organ gets erected but sperm does not come out, or any amount of sperm comes out- the power does not diminish, like that]
Moreover- the ling is not exact shape of the male organ. Because the organ has skin outside and its diameter is not constant through out its height. The diameter remains almost contant, but near to end, it increases a little bit and then almost a hemisphere at the end.
Now- if in the beginning itself- the devotees have had thought that - ling means organ, then why did they made it as perfect cylinder (spherical prism) or spherical pillar) shape and a hemisphere on top? There should have been some irregularities representing the organ properly- is it not?
AMOGH VIRYA' whose VIGOR NEVER DISCHARGE.
you may explain the term amoghavirya fully- if you like.
In Mahabharat- it is written that some (mostly about some Gandharvas) have such a power that any amount of sperm comes out- their power does not decrease.
So- what do the present devotees who believe ling as organ understand by the term amoghavirya?- whether Shankar's organ does not get erected at all (since he has won sex) or even if it erects, any amonut of sperm comes out- his power does not diminish....
I think- they believe the second- Hence they believe that shiv/Shankar is the highest power. That is why they say- Shiv ling represents power of Purush. [i have not gone into full details. ]