Continued from St. Valentine’s Day (1): Satanic Origins
We have discussed the satanic origins of St. Valentine’s “Occult” Day in Part 1. In Part 2, we will learn what the origins of the heart symbols we see everywhere on and around St. Valentine’s Day.
Remember the second Catholic twist I promised to discuss?
This is the second twist.
Note: In this article, it is unavoidable to use the name, “Jesus,” in order to discuss “Catholic and New Age Jesus.” And, please be aware that, when it is used here in this article, it does not mean to be the Biblical Jesus Christ. It is because, in Catholicism and New Age satanic religions, they have their own “Jesus,” but are not worshiping the Biblical Messiah, our Bridegroom, whom we follow and for whose return we are preparing. It is apparent when you see the images and sculptures of so called “Jesus” in those false religions, they use the figure as an idol. Our Messiah Yeshua must not be idolized. And, incidentally, those “Jesus” images are identical to an ascending master, which is believed to be a demon or a fallen angel the occultists worship. Actually, when you google search the term, “ascending master,” you will also see some images of the Catholic Jesus listed as one of them. So, this “Jesus” in their language is NOT our Jesus Christ, who is the Son of the only true God, our Father.
Therefore, please be aware that “Jesus” in this article, in all occasions where it is used, means a false image and a counterfeit of the Messiah. Although Jesus Christ is still biblical and I have no objection to use this name as the name of our Messiah, the name, “Yeshua,” is used to mean the true Messiah, so that we can avoid any confusion.
Thank you for your attention to this matter, and let us begin the discussion now.
Catholic Twist No. 2
We learned in Part 1 that St. Valentine’s Day was originated as a pre-Roman pagan holiday called, Lupercalia, and it involved extremely depraved rituals and customs that were very sexual and brutal. Basically, it was a fertility god that they were worshiping, and the deity was traced to none other than Baphomet, a symbol of satanism that we are very familiar with, which is hermaphroditic symbol of Satan, and symbolizes the sexual union of male and female.
And, the Catholic Twist No. 1, mentioned in the first part, was that a Pope reformed this pagan holiday in the fifth century, cleaned it up, and packaged with a romantic story and the name St. Valentine, who was believed to have been, or made up to be, a martyr during the reign of Claudius II, a third century Roman emperor.
The details are, of course, in Part 1.
The Heart Symbols
Now, we will examine the origins of these overwhelmingly familiar looking, red, plump, and often arrow-pierced hearts.
Cutting to the chase, they are unequivocally Roman Catholic origin. But, make no mistake … They have nothing to do with the true Christianity or the Bible, but they are purely satanic. No doubt.
Origins of the Heart Symbols
These apparently harmless and supposedly “sweet” and “romantic” heart symbols seem to have been directly derived from “The Sacred Heart,” or often called, “The Sacred Heart of Jesus.” This unique looking heart, typically with cross protruding from the top in a flame, has been an idol in the Catholic traditions and part of the Catholic symbolism for a long time. Also, it has become one of the popular New Age idols, and clearly, they connect the Sacred heart to St, Valentine’s Day. Furthermore, as an additional trivial piece of information, the Sacred Heart seems to be one of the favorite tattoo art designs. I did not know that until I had begun researching this subject. Many of them, however, are very eery and satanic looking … therefore, the link is not provided.
Let me show you first what kind of a “heart” we will be discussing in this article. I have to warn you that all the examples are not very pleasant to look at for those who do not worship them, but it is important to know the originals. And later, you will see how these are almost “directly” related to the heart symbols we see and even use in our lives today.
Here is a typical depiction of the Sacred Heart:
And, it is also commonly placed in the chest of a New Age version of Jesus:
But, first, let us learn the Catholic background that explains how it became a part of Catholic symbolism and idols.
Apparitions of Jesus
There is some evidence that it had been part of the Catholicism before, but the official devotion to it seemed to have begun with an incident where an apparition of “Jesus” appearing to a nun on three occasions, giving her instructions as to how the followers should practice the devotion to His Sacred Heart. It was sort of a boost to the tradition that was fading out. The nun was later canonized and now called Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque.
The Catholics have many legends where someone encounters a mysterious divine figure who tells them prophecies and what to do. “Our Lady of Fatima,” where a Virgin Mary like figure in a flying bright light appearing to three children in Fatima, Portugal in 1917, and giving them an end-time prophecy, is one of the most famous stories. It seems that they do not have any problem with some apparitions telling them to do things that are not biblical, and suggests that the idea of “God” to them is something mysterious and ghost like existence. The “God” of their imagination has some occult and dramatic ways to communicate to them, such as in apparitions, often in forms of the Virgin Mary, “Jesus,” angels, and dead saints, etc. They are probably demons and fallen angels in disguise.
The Sacred Heart story is not an exception. And, this incident reportedly occurred in a series of three appearances of the ghostly Jesus: December 1673, June or July 1674, and June 1675. Here is a paragraph from Wiki.
The most significant source for the devotion to the Sacred Heart in the form it is known today was Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque (1647–1690), a nun from the Order of the Visitation of Holy Mary, who claimed to have received apparitions of Jesus Christ, the first on 27 December 1673, and the final one 18 months later, revealing the form of the devotion, the chief features being reception of Holy Communion on the first Friday of each month, Eucharistic adoration during a “Holy hour” on Thursdays, and the celebration of the Feast of the Sacred Heart. She said that in her vision she was instructed to spend an hour every Thursday night to meditate on Jesus’ Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane.
The actual practice of the devotion is said to have begun 75 years after her death in 1690.
Many inspirational paintings of the incident can be found on the Internet, and they all have the typical Sacred Heart blazing on the New Age Jesus’ chest. The following is a typical image you find on the Internet.
The tradition seemed to have had become unpopular after a while, but it was revived after 1950s with a help by a Pope. We will learn about it in a minute, but let us see what the official Catholic teaching says about the Sacred Heart devotion.
According to the rationalization by the Catholic Church, this “heart of Jesus” idolization and worship were based on the following passage of the Crucifixion.
John 19:32-37 NKJV
(32) Then the soldiers came and broke the legs of the first and of the other who was crucified with Him. (33) But when they came to Jesus and saw that He was already dead, they did not break His legs. (34) But one of the soldiers pierced His side* with a spear, and immediately blood and water came out. (35) And he who has seen has testified, and his testimony is true; and he knows that he is telling the truth, so that you may believe. (36) For these things were done that the Scripture should be fulfilled, “Not one of His bones shall be broken.” (37) And again another Scripture says, “They shall look on Him whom they pierced.“
But, wait …. where does it say His “heart” was pierced?
Translations such as KJV, NASB, NLT, NIV, all say “side,” as this NKJV says, and not heart. I have also heard more than a few times where TV preachers were teaching that His heart was pierced. It has been “assumed” that it was His heart that was pierced. Also, it seems that the deceivers want us to believe that it was so as evidenced by many writings, videos, and pseudo-scientific programs produced by false ministries and kabbalist owned TV productions, and such, that advocate this idea. If you poll professed christians, the percentage of those who believe that it was Yeshua’s “heart” that was pierced and, from His heart, the blood and water came out would be extremely high … I strongly suspect.
Allow me to digress for a moment …
The Bible does not need to be, and should not be, scientifically explained. That is what “the world” does, and they never understand the truth of the message of our Father. It is not given to them that which they need to understand the Word of God.
(10) And the disciples came and said to Him, “Why do You speak to them in parables?” (11) He answered and said to them, “Because it has been given to you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it has not been given.
So, those who have truly received the Spirit of our Father do not and must not read the Bible the way the world does. This means that you do not analyze what it was that was pierced and from where the blood came out of, unless those things are clearly written in the Bible, because these things are not relevant to the hidden truth of the message of our Father. In other words … they will lead you nowhere but get you go around and around speculating things endlessly with no fruit. That is a very effective way of keeping you blind like they are, is it not?
In one of the Olivet Journal series, “Parables Decoded,” I have been trying to convey this truth that the Bible is written in Parables for the most part, and attempting to decipher accounts and event by the “worldly knowledge,” such as the science and technology, is an absolutely futile and foolish work of the flesh (1Co 1:27). Not only you will fail to understand the true meaning of the Bible, but also you will be readily deceived by the world, which means, by the Babylonian system of the deception. A much more profitable, meaningful, and true way of reading the Bible is shown in the series.
By believing that Yeshua was pierced in His heart, literally, without examining the scripture for yourself, you have taken the first step into the path of deception, the “wide gate” and the “broad way” that too many will walk into (Mat 7:13).
As it is clearly explained in the article “Parable of Adam and Eve,” this event was prophesied in the account of Adam and Eve and is prophetically connected by the word, “side.”
(21) And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam, and he slept; and He took one of his ribs*, and closed up the flesh in its place. (22) Then the rib which the LORD God had taken from man He made into a woman, and He brought her to the man.
These two words, “side” and “ribs,” are the same in Hebrew, צֵלָע <H6763>, “tselah,” and also functions as a key word to connect prophecies. This key word connects many more hidden prophecies of this event described in John 19:34, such as the Noah’s flood account where this “side” is used to describe where the door to the ark was (Gen 6:16). It represents the way of salvation, to give you a hint. It is not about His “heart” being pierced.
In any case, please take time to read the Adam and Eve article for a better understanding of this topic, because it is a bit off the main theme of this article.
Getting back to the main theme …
A probably intentional, or an ignorantly unintentional, mis-interpretation of the crucifixion passage, John 19:32-37, is used to explain the Catholic worship of the Sacred Heart.
In Catechism of the Catholic Church, teaching on the Sacred Heart states as the following.
Jesus knew and loved us each and all during his life, his agony and his Passion, and gave himself up for each one of us: “The Son of God. . . loved me and gave himself for me.” He has loved us all with a human heart. For this reason, the Sacred Heart of Jesus, pierced by our sins and for our salvation, “is quite rightly considered the chief sign and symbol of that. . . love with which the divine Redeemer continually loves the eternal Father and all human beings” without exception. (Pt 1, § 2, Ch 2, Art 3, Par 1, No. 478)
First of all, this is an outright and shameless teaching of idolatry … Period.
Yeshua commanded us to love one another in addition to loving our Father and Himself as He loved us, and that is the way to show love and to show that we are His disciples (Jn 13 -15). In the Gospel of John, “love” is mentioned 20 times, but none of them commanded us to make a symbol of His heart and worship it, or make it a tattoo. There is no such mentioning of a
heart nowhere in the rest of the Bible either.
This teaching was probably from the encyclical of Pope Pius XII, Haurietis Aquas (1956), meaning, “you will draw of waters” based on Isaiah 12:3. This encyclical was subtitled, “On Devotion to the Sacred Heart.” Pope Pius XII was not the original teacher of the Sacred Heart. But what we can discern from this letter is that he was trying to revive the devotion to the Sacred Heart in the Catholic Church.
Excerpts from Haurietis Aquas (pdf.):
[Par 6] Holy Writ declares that between divine charity, which must burn in the souls of Christians, and the Holy Spirit, Who is certainly Love Itself, there exists the closest bond, which clearly shows all of us, venerable brethren, the intimate nature of that worship which must be paid to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ. If we consider its special nature it is beyond question that this devotion is an act of religion of high order; it demands of us a complete and unreserved determination to devote and consecrate ourselves to the love of the divine Redeemer, Whose wounded Heart is its living token and symbol. It is equally clear, but at a higher level, that this same devotion provides us with a most powerful means of repaying the divine Lord by our own.
[Par 10] For even though the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus has triumphed so to speak, over the errors and the neglect of men, and has penetrated entirely His Mystical Body; still there are some of Our children who, led astray by prejudices, sometimes go so far as to consider this devotion ill-adapted, not to say detrimental, to the more pressing spiritual needs of the Church and humanity in this present age. There are some who, confusing and confounding the primary nature of this devotion with various individual forms of piety which the Church approves and encourages but does not command, regard this as a kind of additional practice which each one may take up or not according to his own inclination.
[Par 41] Hence, since there can be no doubt that Jesus Christ received a true body and had all the affections proper to the same, among which love surpassed all the rest, it is likewise beyond doubt that He was endowed with a physical heart like ours; for without this noblest part of the body the ordinary emotions of human life are impossible. Therefore the Heart of Jesus Christ, hypostatically united to the divine Person of the Word, certainly beat with love and with the other emotions- but these, joined to a human will full of divine charity and to the infinite love itself which the Son shares with the Father and the Holy Spirit, were in such complete unity and agreement that never among these three loves was there any contradiction of or disharmony.
[Par 56] It is, besides, the symbol of that burning love which, infused into His soul, enriches the human will of Christ and enlightens and governs its acts by the most perfect knowledge derived both from the beatific vision and that which is directly infused.
[Par 75] The Sacred Heart of Jesus shares in a most intimate way in the life of the Incarnate Word, and has been thus assumed as a kind of instrument of the Divinity. It is therefore beyond all doubt that, in the carrying out of works of grace and divine omnipotence, His Heart, no less than the other members of His human nature is also a legitimate symbol of that unbounded love.
[Par 78] What is here written of the side of Christ, opened by the wound from the soldier, should also be said of the Heart which was certainly reached by the stab of the lance, since the soldier pierced it precisely to make certain that Jesus Christ crucified was really dead. Hence the wound of the most Sacred Heart of Jesus, now that He has completed His mortal life, remains through the course of the ages a striking image of that spontaneous charity by which God gave His only begotten Son for the redemption of men and by which Christ expressed such passionate love for us that He offered Himself as a bleeding victim on Calvary for our sake: “Christ loved us and delivered Himself for us, an oblation and a sacrifice to God for an odor of sweetness.”
[Par 85] Nothing therefore prevents our adoring the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ as having a part in and being the natural and expressive symbol of the abiding love with which the divine Redeemer is still on fire for mankind. Though it is no longer subject to the varying emotions of this mortal life, yet it lives and beats and is united inseparably with the Person of the divine Word and, in Him and through Him, with the divine Will. Since then the Heart of Christ is overflowing with love both human and divine and rich with the treasure of all graces which our Redeemer acquired by His life, sufferings and death, it is therefore the enduring source of that charity which His Spirit pours forth on all the members of His Mystical Body.
(Out of 127 paragraphs; Bold letters by Olivet Journal)
What we can learn from this excerpts of the letter written by Pope Pius XII is that:
- Symbolizing and idolizing “the Sacred Heart of Jesus” had been part of the Catholic liturgical traditions before the time of Pope Pius XII (Letter was published in May 1956).
- The Sacred Heart is directly connected to their concept of “love” of Jesus (their Jesus), but there is no connection to the biblical love substantiated by the scriptures.
- The tradition is not based on any scripture either, and the one biblical reference mentioned, John 19:34, to legitimize the tradition, is misinterpreted [Par 78].
- The “body of Jesus,” the church, is considered to be “mystical*” and His heart is the essence and the core of the Body of Christ, and again, completely non-biblical.
There may be more, but they are all similar points the Pope is attempting to convey. These points are the most relevant issues to our theme here.
*And, here is the definition of the word, “mysticism,” by Merriam-Webster Dictionary:
1. the experience of mystical union or direct communion with ultimate reality reported by mystics
2. the belief that direct knowledge of God, spiritual truth, or ultimate reality can be attained through subjective experience (as intuition or insight)
3a : vague speculation : a belief without sound basis
3b : a theory postulating the possibility of direct and intuitive acquisition of ineffable knowledge or power
Basically, it is occult and magical in nature.
Therefore, in the Roman Catholicism, they believe in the following magical equation:
Jesus’ Heart of the Flesh = Love
… clearly not the biblical love of God.
And, “Heart = Love” has become a vague but accepted equation, and has become the “norm” in the worldly tradition and custom. You can see that by how popular the heart symbols are in our society. We replace the word, “love,” with a heat symbol, do we not? On Facebook, Instant Messaging, e-mail, and practically everywhere. One slogan that has absolutely coined this “Heart = Love” is “I ‘love’ NY” in my opinion.
Well … it is not that hard to make a trend and culture when you own everything from TV networks, publishers, all the major and minor corporations, and control all the influential people, such as celebrities, professional athletes, politicians, and preachers and the church — Practically and literally: Everything. And, I am sure I failed to mention many other things they own and control. I am talking about the kabbalists, the Illuminati, and the Harlot Babylon that deceives the whole world under the leadership of Satan, their father (Rev 12:9).
The Sacred Heart of Mary
So .. we have learned about the Sacred Heart of Jesus. But, before we look at the comparison images I have prepared to show you the similarities between the Sacred Hearts and the popular heat symbols, one more thing we need to learn, and that is The Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Yes, of course, the Lady has her own heart to be worshiped. The heart of Jesus usually has the crown of thorns around and with a cross sticking out from the top, and perhaps, the cross is surrounded by the blaze that reminds us of the Kabbalah Eternal Flame.
But, Mary’s heart is decorated slightly differently. It usually has a crown of roses around it and pierced with a sword or multiple swords.
A comparison photo will be shown later, but I would like you to look at a typical Masonic Cross and Crown symbol here, because, it is absolutely identical symbolism, suggesting the Freemason influence on this heart of Mary symbol, and/or the same origin they have.
This graphic looking image of the heart of Mary is based on the following scripture.
(34) Then Simeon blessed them, and said to Mary His mother, “Behold, this Child is destined for the fall and rising of many in Israel, and for a sign which will be spoken against (35) “(yes, a sword will pierce through your own soul also), that the thoughts of many hearts may be revealed.”
Again … this reference form NKJV, or KJV, NASB, NLT, NIV does not say “heart” but says “soul” will be pierced. Is the heart of the flesh our soul? … not biblically. What is it about the way the Catholics connect spiritual things to the flesh … ? I do not really understand, but they really do need to have a thing of the flesh, or an object, that represents spiritual things. Their concept of the Communion, the Sacrament of the Eucharist, is also very graphic, called, “Transsubstantiation.” They believe that the bread and wine used in the liturgy is somehow the actual body and the blood of Christ. This teaching is also very mystical.
And, the Catholic Church has gone over board with a literal mis-interpretation of the scripture, it appears …
There is more …
Have you heard of “Our Lady of Sorrows” with seven swords …? Poor lady …
Oh, my … I was speechless when I first saw this image. It even looks grotesque to me. The month of September is dedicated to this Our Lady of Seven Sorrows as a Catholic tradition.
Virgin Mary is also called the “Queen of Heaven,” reflecting their high regards to this goddess figure. After all, Mary is none other than the goddess the Babylonian religions and Kabbalah worship: Semiramis, Isis, Ashtaroth, Shakinah, Columbia, and so on. It is a Kabbalah way of worshiping multiple gods as well. (Judaism and Kabbalah (2): What is Kabbalah?)
The Sacred Hearts = Heart Symbols
It is time to see the comparisons.
And, first, please look at this vintage card from 1909 for St. Valentine’s Day.
This heart is clearly The Sacred Heart, but it is taking a form of the modern heart symbol for the same holiday. This could be sort of a transitional form.
Furthermore, the imagery depiction of the “Feast of The Sacred Heart,” which is held according to their liturgical calendar on the day which occurs 19 days after the Pentecost. The feast began in 1670 according to Wiki, but there is a conflicting information there. The nun, Margaret Mary Alacoque, reportedly received the instructions from the apparitions of Jesus in 1673 – 1675 (discussed earlier). And, it was reported that the devotions to the Sacred Heart did not start until after she passed in 1690. So, well, this information on the feast is either mistaken or the feast was indeed actually occurring, and just they might have needed a boost by Jesus appearing in a ghostly form … not clear.
Nonetheless, do you see many St. Valentine’s Day motifs in the following image like I do?
Cupids like baby demonic angels, with wings forming the Egyptian sun god symbol,
and forming a heart shape as a group,
and, Saint Ignatius of Loyola* (left) and Saint Louis Gonzaga (right)
forming the god position with hands and arms admiring the Sacred Heart.
There are undeniable implications of its relation to St. Valentine’s Day.
Noticed the graphic and realistic heart it is?
Saint Ignatius of Loyola* is the very person, a Jesuit priest, who first formed the Alumbrados (“the illuminated”) in the 16th century, which was an extremely mystical spiritual movement that is strongly suspected of the relation to the Illuminati, Freemasonry, and Kabbalah.
Because of the appearance of Ignatius of Loyola, who lived in the 16th century (1491 – 1556), we can now assume that the Sacred Heart was being admired back in those days. So, the incident of the apparition of Jesus in the 17th century was indeed a boost for a revival, we could say. Nonetheless, we find a clear relation to Kabbalah and Freemasonry, and the Illuminati, at every corner we turn in this research on the Sacred Heart.
Moving on …
Here, we will see how closely and directly related these Sacred Hearts are to the popular heart symbols, and especially, the St. Valentine’s Day related heart symbols. Comparison images are powerful, and once you recognize the similarities and the same patterns, you cannot deny it: They are the same.
The Valentine hearts will be in the center, in between two examples.
First, the typical Valentine heart:
Then, let us compare this typical one and the Sacred Heart:
Next, a heart pierced by an arrow. This is from the Immaculate Heart of Mary:
The next one is with two hearts pierced together, and it seems to mean they are the hearts of Jesus and Mary. And, they are portrayed as “equal.”
And, lastly, did you noticed that the Sacred Heart of Jesus is Masonic? … It surely is. It is the same pattern as the Cross and Crown Masonic cross symbols. More comments will be provided below, but, please also examine some more examples of Masonic Crosses I have collected on Pinterest.
In the following collage, Top Center is the typical Sacred Heart. And …
Top Left: Witchcraft/New Age Sacred Heart symbol. It still has the cross and the crown of thorns themes in it.
Top Right: I included this because the over all shape is very similar, position of the crown seems correspondent with the flame on top of the Sacred Heart, and the little cross of the Masonic cross is exactly like the little cross on top of the Sacred Heart.
Bottom Left: This is a typical Cross and Crown masonic symbol. Cross is a symbol of phallus, and the crown, the female counterpart. A typical kabbalistic male-female union. If you pay attention, you see these symbol as a logo of many churches, and as you can find on the Pinterest board, the logo of Jehovah’s Witness contains this symbol as well (see upper left side of the poster).
Bottom Right: A version of Cross and Crown with the crown of thorns, which we see often during the Easter season in many Masonic churches.
Bottom Center: This is a crop from a drawing depicting a human sacrifice performed by the Aztec/Mayan priests. Typically, the victim is restrained by assistants in an arch form, and the priest will cut open the chest and take out the still moving heart. The shape of the heart is eerily identical to the Sacred Heart.
Here is the enlarged Aztec/Mayan drawing:
There are many of these images of the “heart” offering to the gods of the Aztec/Mayan people.
This fact makes me wonder if they are mocking Yeshua’s sacrifice this way with the Sacred Heart … ? Satan counterfeits and mocks things of our Father, and His Son. These “heart” offerings of the ancient cultures is definitely somehow related to the Sacred Heart, and were offered to the sun god or the serpent god.
When I saw the following image where counterfeit Jesus’ hands holding the Sacred Hearts, offering … I could not help but remembering the heart offerings at Aztec/Mayan temples.
These grotesque heart images are indeed unpleasant to look at.
Finally, the last character of the St. Valentine’s Day … Cupid.
Cupid in Latin means “desire,” which is an erotic love. This is another residual element from the Roman culture. It’s greek name is actually “Eros,” a son of Venus (Aphrodite, Diana, Semiramis, Isis, Ashtaroth, Shakinah, Columbia, et al. … a parade of the names of the Kabbalah goddess), a very sexual goddess. The person who has been struck by a golden arrow of the Cupid will be filled with uncontrollable desire for sex.
If you think the cupids are cute, think twice. They are symbols of lust.
This was truly a powerful final touch on this topic.
You saw them.
The heart symbols of St. Valentines Day are the simplified and embellished Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary. I have no doubt … do you?
Therefore, the heart symbols are occult symbols; they are esoteric Sacred Hearts, which has mystical meanings, such as, the flesh heart symbolizes non-biblical “love,” which is more like the “eros” love, not the “agape” love. It makes a perfect sense as it is also a Masonic and kabbalistic symbol, which is basically sexual. In my opinion, it indeed is an abominable thought that the love of God could dwell in the flesh of the heart itself anyway. “God is spirit … “ (Jn 4:24), and His Spirit lives in your spirit.
And, on top of that, it is bloody red, dripping with blood, pierced with thorns and swords … ? The Catholic concept of the sacrifice of our Messiah Yeshua is fixated in its fleshly, or rather brutal, aspects.
Excuse me … but Yeshua is alive and now sits at the right hand of our Father in heaven (Ps 110:1; Lk 22:69; 24:51; Jn 6:62; 20:17; Eph 1:20; et al.), having been risen from the dead. Worshiping a dead figure on the cross, as in the Catholic crucifix, is satanic.
He is coming back! Very soon … and He is not on the cross any more!
It is nothing but a mocking of His glorious work to keep Him on the cross to worship a bloody heart of flesh. The Sacred Heart alone shows how satanic Catholic traditions are.
It does not matter how cute and sweet they make the St. Valentine’s Day symbols and idols out to be, they all look demonic and occult to me. How do they look to you?
The “love” they talk about is incoherent to me also. It is a mystical love in the Catholic teaching, not of God, as it is not the biblical love of God. Then, what is mystical love? Well … according to my research, as I have presented in Part 1 and 2, the love they are talking about is none other than “erotic love.” And, as we learned in Part 1, this “love” seems to be more like “lust,” “fornication,” and “fertility,” and I might add, a satanic lust.
It is clear. Those fleshly lusts and depravities are what they celebrated in the pagan origin of the festival of February, Lupercalia, worshiping Baphomet.
Let me retranslate some terms.
- When they say “love” … it means “lust” and “perverted sex.”
- When they say “romance” … it means “eros.”
- When they celebrate St. Valentines Day … they celebrate “Satanic lust.”
The worldly traditions are almost all satanic. At least, all of what I have researched have turned out to be satanic. And they do not have anything to do with the Bible. And, what they do is wrapping up and dressing up the evil with appearance of sweetness and lovingness, and sell it to you with song, dance, and pretty faces. They do this over and over to sell you lies. Be not deceived.
And, the Bible is clear … Going along with the worldly traditions is conforming to this world, and we are told not to do it (Rom 12:2).
Now, you have read the both parts of this series, you know the true reasons for this tradition, St. Valentine’s Day, and it’s symbolism …
So, how do you respond?
Go to: St. Valentine’s Day – Part 1