As you all know, we just had the celebration of Valentine’s Day. This is a holiday that many people celebrate under the guise that it is celebrating love and admiration for each other as partners. Little do they know that it is for something else entirely. The holiday is a celebration of love but not the love that most people think it is. We will get into this shortly. We first want to briefly tackle this holiday from a world view and evaluate why it is that Valentine’s Day is pushed so hard in America.
The reason in which this holiday is pushed every year is because of money. In a corporatocracy, everything can be monetized and is monetized. Holidays are a huge source of business for the American economy. The main reason is due to the media advertising. The media caters its advertising towards women and children. In all honesty, men for the most part do not really care for these holidays such as Valentine’s Day or Halloween or Christmas. Women care more for these holidays because the advertising taps into the consumerist heart of the woman. Most women in America are always looking for new things to buy and are privy to get caught up in the emotional atmosphere created by these different holidays. Valentine’s Day is the easiest way to empty the pockets of the people because the advertising by the media during this time centers on love, gifts and even dates. Dating rises during this time period because “finding love” is promoted constantly. They’ll promote it by saying, “it’s a time to find love” or “it’s the perfect time to show your appreciation for somebody else”’. So many men are desperate to “find love” because of the widening gap between the two genders both ideologically and spiritually which has created that separation and has left many men aloof in knowing how to get a woman. As a result, men go along with the promotion of consumerism and buying gifts for other women during this time period in hopes that they’ll get into a relationship with them. On the flip side, men who are already in relationships are also pushed and prodded by their wives or girlfriends to go out and get them gifts and take them out to these different restaurants to show them how much they “appreciate them” and to “care for them”. Of course, they can’t just spend money on ordinary gifts or restaurants; they have to go the extra mile. The advertisers basically create a funnel from the people’s pockets directly to their business as well as the other companies’ businesses. It is arguably the most impactful holiday financially on the American economy after Christmas. The only other holiday you could argue that is vying for that second spot is Halloween which is another holiday that is mostly geared towards women and kids when it comes to its advertising. Either way, the main point is that this holiday is used to be a huge money maker to funnel money for the economy. It makes tens of billions of dollars every year.
Now that we briefly covered the world view aspect of this holiday, we will now cover the pagan aspect of this holiday. As all major holidays are in America, they all stem from pagan origins. Valentine’s Day is really the Roman festival known as Lupercalia. The date of the festival was held on February 15th. The festival was orchestrated by an Ancient Roman brotherhood known as the Luperci which means the ‘brothers of the wolf’ or the ‘wolf priests’, whose institution and rites were attributed either to the Arcadian culture-hero Evander, or to Romulus and Remus. Each Lupercalia began with the Luperci sacrificing several goats and a dog under the supervision of the Flamen dialis, Jupiter’s chief priest. Jupiter is the Roman name for Zeus who we will later find out is connected to this ritual in its earliest form. An offering was also made of salted mealcakes which was prepared by the Vestal Virgins. The Vestal Virgins were the priestess of Vesta, the goddess of hearth. The Vestal Virgins are where you get the Catholic nuns from. The Vestals were said to be freed of the social obligations to marry and bear children and took a 30 year vow of chastity in order to devote themselves to the study and correct observance of state rituals that were forbidden to the colleges of male priests. Moving on, two Luperci would come forth to the sacrificial altar and have their foreheads touched with a bloody knife. The blood was then wiped off with wool soaked in milk. You can see this practice in the picture above. The ritual required that the men laugh. Not to digress, that is a theme within certain rituals that are done by practitioners of the occult. Brice Taylor relayed in her book, “Thanks for the Memories” that when she was programmed to have sex with different men on camera during recording sessions of snuff films, she would be commanded to laugh while having sex as a baby would be killed nearby her. Laughing in the face of death goes back to the veneration of Saturn or the Royal Order of the Jesters. At that level, you take death and suffering as a big joke. The trickster takes humor in the macabre, wickedness or the twisted things. This is an element displayed in the Joker character in the DC universe where he laughs at death and destruction because the Joker is meant to represent the clown archetype.
Continuing on, after partaking in the sacrificial feast, the Luperci cut thongs from the skins of the sacrificial animals and ran in two bands naked around the Palantine hill and would strike the bloodied thongs at any woman who came into their sight. It was believed that a blow from the thong would make the woman fertile. As you can see in the picture, the two men are streaking and are flicking the blood of the thongs at the woman. The woman is seen nursing her stomach which has a baby bump which is to denote her fertility or her ability to bear a child after the striking of the thongs and receiving the blood. The pregnant woman was also struck by the thongs with the belief that this act would help them in delivery.
Another component of the Lupercalia stems forth to the legend of King Lycaon which means “The Wolfish One”. It was said in the tale of Ovid’s Metamorphoses that Lycaon was a primitive lord of Arcadia in the earliest era in which humans walked the earth. The legend goes that Lycaon would try to trick Zeus into eating the limbs of a dismembered child in order to test his omniscience to see if he knew that he was eating the parts of a dismembered child. This stems back to the commemoration of the wolf in the form of cannibalism. This was a secret ritual known as Lykaia honoring the “Wolf-Zeus.” Participants in the ritual or the epheboi (adolescent males) would go to Wolf Mountain or Mount Lykaion where they would sacrifice a human being and then eat their body parts. It was said that the consumption of human remains in this cannibalistic ritual would bring forth the power of transformation into the wolf god Wepwawet or the wolf aspects of the Roman sun god Apollo. The wolf god Wepwawet was one of the war god alters for Nimrod. One of the names for Apollo was Lycegenes which means, “born of a wolf.” A wolf statue also adorned his temple at Delphi.
Through the consumption of human flesh, the consumer would transform into the wolf. This is where the werewolf archetype comes from. The concept of the man turning into the werewolf all comes from the archaic festival Lykaia as we just described. On a side note, the werewolf transformation is also a subtle sexual symbol. The transformation in modern depictions shows the man looking at the full moon in the sky and then begins to transform into the wolf. The moon has been a sexual symbol in modern culture with the practice known as “mooning” when a person bends over and reveals their backside. So the moon would act as the backside and when the man looks at the moon or the backside, they “transform” into the wolf; similar to how a man transforms in sexual arousal after seeing the backside of a woman. This is just one example of the many sexual innuendos and sexual subliminal symbols out there.
Continuing on, the epithet Lykaios is assumed by Zeus in connection with the Lykaia festival. Zeus was the Greek name for Nimrod. Zeus served as patron of the ritual. The philosopher Porphyry (which seems to be the name where “peripheral vision” stems from) reported that Theophrastus had compared the sacrifice at the Lykaia with the Carthaginian sacrifices to Moloch. This makes sense because the practice of cannibalism stems back to Hannibal who was a Carthaginian. The name Hannibal is closely aligned to “cannibal”. The word cannibal when broken down is “cahna-baal” which means “Priest of Baal”. Hannibal means “Baal is merciful to me”. Moloch is another name for Baal as it is two names of the same entity that demands child sacrifice.
The Lykaia ritual was nocturnal which comes from the name of Nyctimus (nyx, “night) that was given to the son of Lycaeus who was killed and served as a part of the feast to Zeus. At the mountain top, the epheboi would take a single morsel of human entrails mixed with the animal entrails of the goat and the dog. Whoever ate the human flesh was said to turn into a wolf and could only turn back into a human if he did not eat again of human flesh until the next nine-year cycle had ended. The Lykaia sacrificial ritual was performed every nine years to Zeus Lykaios. At the summit on Mount Lykaion, there was also an ash-pile altar set up for Zeus as well. However, attending the rite was said to be impossible. It was said that near the ancient ash-heap where the sacrifices took place was a forbidden precinct where no shadows were ever cast; meaning no one had ever entered. Anyone who entered the precinct would have to be sacrificed. Apollo was also venerated in Mount Lykaion. Apollo was referred to as Apollo Lykaios. As mentioned before, Apollo had the wolf attributed to him because he was said to be “born of the wolf” as Lycegenes.
The reason for the cannibalism ritual was that it was in commemoration of Nimrod. When Nimrod was killed, he was torn into pieces by Shem and his men. As mentioned before, in Ancient Kemet, Nimrod was known as the wolf deity Wepwawet who was a war god. Osiris who is Nimrod was also known as the war god. The war god archetype of Nimrod is also seen in Rome with the Roman god Mars, whose name means, “causer of the rebellion”. This is in reference to Genesis 10:9 which states, “He was a mighty hunter before the LORD: wherefore it is said, Even as Nimrod the mighty hunter before the LORD.” This implies how Nimrod would proselytize the men of the Earth and turn them against the Most High and worshiping the Creator in turns of worshiping him in the apostasy the he and his father, Cush created.
The cannibalistic ritual of the Lupercalia was originally called Februa which means “Purifications” or “Purgings”. When the epheboi would partake in cannibalism, it was believed that they were being purged, purified and made into gods. The entire ritual is also where you get the chocolate heart from. The chocolate heart was in remembrance of Nimrod because he was a Hammite and that he was torn apart. When you eat the chocolate heart on Valentine’s Day, it is in remembrance of Nimrod and becoming purified in eating the heart to take on the essence of Nimrod in his wolf alter as Wepwawet as the epheboi did. The heart is also a symbol for the sun as in the Kemet belief system, as the sun is the center of the universe, so is the heart the center of the human body.
The festival of the Lupercalia which stems from the earlier festival of the Lykaia also commemorated the goat god Pan who was referred to as Lycaean Pan which was a Greek equivalent to the Roman horned god Faunus. A sanctuary of Pan was located on Wolf Mountain. It was said in tradition that Euandros, son of Hermes, led a colony from Pallantion in Arkadia into Italy, where he built a town called Pallantion on the Palatine, and introduced the cult of Pan Lýkaios and the festival of the Lykaia. Hermes literally means, “the son of Ham” who was Cush. Therefore, that makes Euandros out to be Nimrod who was the son of Cush. Nimrod introduced the veneration of Pan and the Lykaia festival to the Greeks. This is also the reason for the black white and red color scheme of Valentine’s Day as those colors are for Pan in the Black Mass. The black and white is for the bringing together of opposites and the red is for blood sacrifice.
Pan was also known as Lupercus who was said to be the protector of the farmers, harvesting and packs of wild animals. Lupercus helped the wolf take care of Romulus and Remus which is why the Lupercalia was a celebration that helped pregnant women or bring forth fertility in women. The cult image of Lycaean Pan was held in Lupercal which was the cave where tradition was held that Romulus and Remus were suckled by the she-wolf known as Lupa. Near the Lupercal cave stood a sanctuary of Rumina, the goddess of breastfeeding; and the wild fig-tree to which Romulus and Remus were brought by the divine intervention of the river-god Tiberinus. Some Roman sources named the wild fig tree, “caprificus” meaning “goat fig”. The tree exudes a milky sap when cut which is where the imagery of the tree was used by the cult for breastfeeding.
The tale of Romulus and Remus is in reference to Cain and Abel. Lupercus represents Adam, believe it or not. Lupercus as we just mentioned was said to be the protector of farmers, harvesting, and packs of wild animals. This is in reference to Saturn as well as Saturn also was the god of the harvest. This is why Saturn in his manifestation as the Grim Reaper holds the sickle. The sickle not only is for the reaping of souls but it is also for the reaping of the crops. The goat god Pan is in extension a reference to Adam. The goat is a symbol for sin. The lamb is a symbol for purity. This is why Adam is represented as the goat in the form of Pan and why Yahweh Ben Yahweh is synchronized with the lamb. Adam and Christ serve as two opposites. Adam was the man of sin or the one who brought death to mankind which is seen in Romans 6:23 which states, “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of Yah is eternal life in Christ Yahweh Ben Yahweh our Lord.” Once again, the verse brings forth that distinction between Adam and Christ. Yahweh Ben Yahweh had to come down in the form of man to sacrifice himself for the sins of Israel in order to offset what Adam did. This is clearly stated by the Most High in 1 Adam and Eve 24:4 which states, “Then came the Word of Yah to Adam, and said to him, “O Adam, as you have shed your blood, so will I shed My own blood when I become flesh of your descendants; and as you died, O Adam, so also will I die. And as you built an altar, so also will I make for you an altar of the earth; and as you offered your blood on it, so also will I offer My blood on an altar on the earth.” 1 Adam and Eve 24:5 continues, “And as you sued for forgiveness through that blood, so also will I make My blood forgiveness of sins, and erase transgressions in it.” It was recognition of Adam’s actions and the Most High repaying Him for what He did.
Remember that Saturn means “the hidden one”. This is in reference to Adam hiding in the garden after he ate of the fruit from the tree and the Most High came looking for him in the Garden. As we’ve touched on before, Pan is also aligned with Saturn as the zodiac Capricorn which is the image of the goat fish. Lupercus all ties to Adam.
The presence of the fig tree also is a call back to the fruit trees which the Most High intended to give to Adam to eat from for all of the days of his life. This is in reference to 1 Adam and Eve 62 which details the trickery of Satan against Adam where he hides the two figs Adam was supposed to eat after fasting for days on end to gain the favor of the Most High and the Most High turned the two figs into fig trees to counter Satan’s actions.
Lupa or the she-wolf is in reference to her feeding the twins Romulus and Remus birthed by Rhea. Rhea signifies the term “mother” or “the great mother”. Rhea was called by the Greeks, Ammas which is the Greek form of the Chaldean word Ama meaning “Mother”. This is in reference to the “great mother” Eve. The breastfeeding of the milk is also an allusion to the understanding of milk being representative of knowledge. This can also be seen with Isis Lactans where she is depicted with the exposed left breast to denote her feeding her son Horus. This is also an allusion to Eve breastfeeding both Cain and Abel.
Romulus and Remus is also an allusion to the story of Cain and Abel. The twins founded a town on the site where they had been saved. When Romulus built a city wall, Remus jumped over it and was killed by his brother. As Romulus killed Remus, so did Cain kill Abel. Cain killed Abel after he convinced Abel to pass over into the fields to be alone and vulnerable so he could kill him. Romulus was seen as being the founder of Rome, so is Cain seen as being the founder or the bringer of a period of destruction as the servant to Satan on the left hand side. They deem Romulus’ sacrifice or klling of Remus as a necessary evil or force needed to spring forth Rome or the “city of Saturn”. This can be seen here also Cain’s killing is also seen as a part of the “bigger picture”.
We now come to the origins of the name, “St. Valentine’s Day”. The name is in commemoration of a 3rd century saint named Valentinus because the Catholic Church was trying to offset the Lupercalia. The pagan and church aspects became intermingled soon after as it became as we see now intertwined with the veneration of Lucifer. Saint Valentine was said to be the patron of love, affianced couples and happy marriages. This is a veiled allusion to Bacchus as he is sometimes depicted with a crown of flowers; as was Bacchus. Bacchus or Dionysus is another form of Pan as he was also depicted with the horns as well. As you can see, Saint Valentine is crowned with the sun for illumination and has his fingers in the same position as we often see the Baphomet hold up his two forefingers in that position. The Egyptian ram god Khnum was also depicted with the sun disk. This is the same theme we often see with Jesus in Catholic imagery. The Catholic imagery of Jesus is the formal representation or one of the veiled images of the beast. We often see Jesus crowned with the sun and he has the flaming heart in the center of his chest and he is holding up the two forefingers. It is all in alignment with the horned god. The heart is also in alignment with Cush as well. “The Heart” in Chaldee comes out to be “Bel” which is the Babylonian name for Cush. Once again, this all stems back to the Luciferian triune of Cush, Nimrod, and Semiramis.
The last component we will touch on is the imagery of Cupid. Eros or Cupid is the symbol for Valentine’s Day because they’re alters of Horus. The heart is synchronized with Cupid as a symbol of love because not only was he the god of love, attraction, desire, and affection but so was his mother, Venus. The boy god was identified as the “god of the heart.” Cupid holds the bow and arrow because it is to identify him with his father Nimrod as the “mighty hunter”. This was to identify the infant divinity with his father Nimrod, “the mighty hunter.” Cupid was the woman’s seed. Venus and her son Cupid were another representation of the Madonna and the child which is Semiramis and Tammuz. The rose which is another symbol for Valentine’s Day is also for Venus as that was her favorite flower. The diamond was also the favorite jewel of Venus. This is why you give the woman roses and diamonds on Valentine’s Day because it is in commemoration of Venus. When you get down on one knee and propose to the woman with an open offering of the diamond in marriage, it is to denote her as proverbial Venus. The bending of the knee is a symbol of divine obeisance or worship of another being or entity. The diamond ring is then put on the ring finger which goes back to the Ancient Kemetic belief system because they believed that the ring finger had a vein which connected all the way to the heart.
Getting back on track, Kamadeva who we’ve covered before is often depicted with green skin riding the parrot or the bird while holding the bow and arrow. Aristophanes says that Eros or Cupid produced the “birds” and “gods” by “mingling all things.” This is an allusion to the meaning of the name Bel, which signifies at once “the mingler” and “the confounder.” This name belonged to Cush, but, as the son was represented as identified with the father, the name and characteristics descends to the son and others by inheritance.
The wings are a symbol of sovereign power and the great extent of the reach and power over the nations in which Cupid or Horus had. Cupid also occupied the same position as Nin, or Ninus, “the son,” did to Rhea, the mother of the gods. As Nimrod was the first of “the mighty ones” after the Flood, so was the boy-god Cupid who himself a winged one, produced all the birds or “winged ones,” occupying the very position of Nin or Ninus, “the son.” Aristophanes stated that at the beginning of the world, “the birds” were first created, and then after their creation, came the “race of the blessed immortal gods.” The birds of the winged ones symbolized “the Lords of the mighty ones”; meaning that men first “began to be mighty on the earth” and then the “Lords” or Leaders of the mighty ones were deified. With this understanding, the symbolism of Cupid producing the “birds” by “mingling all things” was that through his divinity or wisdom brought to mankind, he created or brought forth enlightenment to mankind by guiding the leaders of the mighty ones or the great leaders of mankind who were moving accordingly to the apostasy.
In closing, it is beyond clear what the holiday of Valentine’s Day is all about. It is another modern version of the veneration of the wolf god Wepwawet or Zeus along with the veneration of Pan and Apollo and in extension, Venus. This society is steeped in the Babylonian mysteries and it is evident with this holiday. This is all what the elite practice in veneration of the wolf which centers on cannibalism and dismemberment known in the Greek as Sparagmos which comes from the Dionysian context. It truly brings forth greater understanding of the verse of Ephesians 5:12 stating, “For it is a shame even to speak of those things which are done of them in secret.” As we all know, all of the acts of wickedness done in the darkness will be brought into judgment for everything which is done in the dark will be brought to light as it is currently being done as we are in the times of Revelation.