Happy Valentine? Feeling Roman-tic?

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Happy Valentine? Feeling Roman-tic? De Lupercalia, elk jaar op 14/15 februari gehouden ter ere van de Romeinse god Lupercus (of Faunus), was een feest dat in de klassieke oudheid door de Romeinen werd gevierd.
Het was een vruchtbaarheidsfeest dat werd gevierd in de Lupercal, de grot waar Romulus en Remus door de wolvin zouden zijn gevoed. Het priestercollege van de Luperci offerde geiten en jonge honden. Volgens Plutarchus werd vervolgens het voorhoofd van twee jongemannen met het offermes aangeraakt en meteen weer met in melk gedoopte wol afgeveegd, waarna ze hard moesten lachen. Daarna werd een maaltijd gehouden. Hierna sneden de priesters de geitenhuiden in stukken. Met een deel bedekten ze hun lichaam. Het andere deel sneden ze tot riemen. Hiermee renden ze halfnaakt door de straten en geselden ze het publiek dat ze tegenkwamen, vooral de vrouwen. Aanraking met de zwepen zou tot vruchtbaarheid leiden en onheil afweren.
De Lupercalia waren een van de oudste Romeinse feesten. Ze zouden al zijn ingevoerd door Euander. Het was van oorsprong waarschijnlijk een herdersfeest, dat als een reinigingsritueel was bedoeld. Het feest werd ook bij de christenen populair en was nog springlevend in 494 na Chr., toen paus Gelasius I een poging deed ‘dit laatste openlijk toegestane restant van de heidense godsdienst’ te verbieden.

On this day, Lupercalia, which was later named Valentine’s Day, the Luperci or priests of Lupercus dressed in goatskins for a bloody ceremony. The priests of Lupercus, the wolf god, would sacrifice goats and a dog and then smear themselves with blood. These priests, made red with sacrificial blood, would run around Palatine Hill in a wild frenzy while carving a goatskin thong called a “februa.” Women would sit all around the hill, as the bloody priests would strike them with the goatskin thongs to make them fertile. The young women would then gather in the city and their names were put in boxes.

These “love notes” were called “billets.” The men of Rome would draw a billet, and the woman whose name was on it became his sexual lust partner with whom he would fornicate until the next Lupercalia or February 14th. Thus, February 14th became a day of unbridled sexual lust.

The color “red” was sacred to that day because of the blood and the “heart shape” that is popular to this day. The heart-shape was not a representation of the human heart, which looks nothing like it. This shape represents the human female matrix or opening to the chamber of sacred copulation.

When the Gnostic Catholic Church began to get a foothold in Rome around the 3rd century A.D., they became known as Valentinians. The Catholic Valentinians retained the sexual license of the festival in what they called “angels in a nuptial chamber”, which was also called the “sacrament of copulation.” This was said to be an reenactment of the marriage of “Sophia and the Redeemer.” As the participants of the February 14th ritual began their sexual sacrament, presided over and watched by the priests known as Valentinians, the following literary was spoken: “Let the seed of light descend into thy bridal chamber, receive the bridegroom… open thine arms to embrace him. Behold, grace has descended upon thee.” As time went on, the Orthodox Church suppressed the Gnostic Catholics and manufactured “St. Valentine”, whose day continues to be celebrated in these modern times.

It should be without saying that the Christians should avoid Valentine’s Day like a plague. In God’s eyes, it is still “Lupercalia”, the “Day Of The Wolf.” Men become wolves, as they carry on the Satanic rituals of fornication, which means sexual intercourse without marriage. We have heard of the “wolf whistle”, and we all know that wolves do not whistle. It is lustful men and women, who carry on Satan’s blasphemy to this very day.

Britannica says Eros or Cupid is the god of sexual passion, son of Aphrodite and Zeus. Chief gods associated with Eros and Pathos are Himeros (longing and desire), and Peitho (persuasion).

According to “The Two Babylons”, page 5, Semiramis is mother of gods; page 21, mother of Tammuz; and pages 62-63, Tammuz is Nimrod (see Gen. 10:8-11). When traced back, Valentine’s Day is the worship of Semiramis and Tammuz-Nimrod.

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