St Valentines Day
- The meaning of the word valentine comes from the Latin Valentinus, meaning to be strong, powerful and mighty – like Nimrod is depicted in the Bible.
- Lupercus, the Roman god for ‘Nimrod’, was a heathen hero, their strong man, their valentine.
- St Valentines day was set aside by Roman pagans to worship him.
- So, Nimrod/Lupercus, a heathen god known for being strong and powerful with his bow and arrow, a disciple of Satan, was the original St Valentine.
- The Babylonian’s name for Nimrod is Tammuz, the illegitimate son of Queen Semiramis.
- She claimed that Tammuz was Nimrod, reborn.
- Queen Semiramis the goddess of immortality, lusted after her son, in an incestuous relationship.
- This is further confirmed by the incestuous relationship between Venus and Cupid, the Greek counterpart to Semiramis and Tammuz. Their twisted sexuality is the object of Valentines Day.
Semiramis became the Queen of heaven and her relationship with Tammuz, her son, became the basis for the fertility cults throughout the world.
She was worshipped as the goddess “Ishtar”, during the feast of Easter in Saxon times.
During these festivals, immorality ran rampant. Women and men sent cards to those of whom they desired to have a sexual encounter, thus the origin of Valentine Cards; bringing men and women together for sexual purposes
Nudity was a common sight during these festivals and folk ran through the streets virtually naked.
Really any need for SO MANY naked children??