The Gnostic Origins of Valentine’s Day

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  1. Chris says:

    The color red–being the symbol of physical love and the blood of Christ in that form–brought into union with the color white–being the symbol of the spiritual light and the body of Christ in that form–(in my opinion) equals marriage and consummation in the bridal chamber; ie the perfect, undefiled blending of the two into one, the immaculate conception of something new and pure. One’s human soul is the bride of the Ineffable Father. This is reflected microcosmicly on Earth in the sacrament of the sacred marriage of man and woman.

    Reminds me once again of the line “the pink champagne on ice” in “Hotel California.”



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