It was about polygamy?

St. Valentine  

In the early 1800s, the excavation of a catacomb near Rome yielded skeletal remains and other relics now associated with St. Valentine.
As is customary, these bits and pieces of the late saint’s body have subsequently been distributed to reliquaries around the world. There’s other bits of St. Valentine’s skeleton on display in the Czech Republic, Ireland, Scotland, England and France.

Valentine’s Day is a Christianized version of a pagan holiday.
Lupercalia was a very ancient,

possibly pre-Roman pastoral festival
observed on February 13 through 15, to avert evil spirits and purify the city, releasing health and
The Lupercalia festival was
in honor of the She-Wolf who
suckled the infant orphans,
Look at what was said at
 Romulus and Remus

Some studies have speculated that the ritual blood-smearing was a remnant from another ancient ritual originally practiced at the festival, but long forgotten:
human sacrifice. 

 Happy Lupercalia ?

19 thoughts on “It was about polygamy?

  1. All Christian holidays are pagan holidays with the names erased and new ones put in. It was an easy way of getting converts to a new religion. Of course finding a way to put this holiday on the Christian calendar…

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