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  1. THE DARK ORIGINS OF VALENTINE’S DAY
  2. Valentine's Day DARK history: The grisly truth behind St Valentine | jabidajyzu.tk
  3. Roman Beginnings
  4. An Exploration Into the Darker Side of Valentine’s Day

The priest was successful and the entire family of Asterius was baptised. However,the emperor ordered all of them to be executed. However, only Valentinus was beheaded, and a devoted widow buried his body on Via Flaminia, over which a chapel was built much later. The third Valentinus was a bishop of Terni, in Umbria, Italy.

THE DARK ORIGINS OF VALENTINE’S DAY

His story is very similar to the second priest's. He debated with a potential convert, healed his son, was beheaded on the orders of Gothicus, and was buried along Via Flaminia. However, whichever way you look at it, none of these African, Roman or Umbrian St Valentines were lovers or romantics. As time passed, stories of miracles surrounding the saints came up in the Middle Ages which talked about St Valentine performing secret marriage rituals when Emperor Claudius II outlawed marriage for young men as men without families made better soldiers.

Many monasteries and churches around medieval Europe also started to claim that they have some piece or another of one of the dead saints.

Valentine's Day DARK history: The grisly truth behind St Valentine | jabidajyzu.tk

Believers eulogised the 'powers' of the presence of the St Valentines and one 11th century bishop in Brittany used a supposed head of one of the Valentines to cure illnesses, prevent epidemics and even stop fire. But even then, the remains of St Valentines had no special power over love or lovers, even though the saints in question were definitely sympathetic heroes for the people. Even though Lupercalia was outlawed, the day became very much associated with love.

And this stressed boosted the idea that February 14 should a day of love. William Shakespeare also had a big hand in popularising February as the month of love throughout Britain and the rest of Europe. In his famous play 'Hamlet', Ophelia calls herself Hamlet's Valentine. The oldest known Valentine's Day message that we still have now is a love poem written by Charles, Duke of Orleans, in February to his wife while he was imprisoned in the Tower of London following his capture at the Battle of Agincourt.

Roman Beginnings

He called her his "very gentle Valentine" in his letter. Valentine's Day, as we know it now, started to become popular in Great Britain around the 17th century. By the middle of the 18th century or the s, friends and lovers began to exchange handmade notes or tokens of love. Direct profession of love was discouraged at the time, and cheap postage rates contributed to the growth of V-Day cards.


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By , when the industrial revolution and printing technology started to grow popular, printed cards started to make an appearance. Hallmark Cards of Kansas City, Mo. Started mass producing V-Day cards in Soon after, chocolate manufacturers such Cadbury and Hershey's started to make chocolates, especially for sweethearts to gift each other on Valentine's Day.

It is the second largest card-sending holiday of the year with million Valentine's Day cards sent each year. Read: How did the love sign originate? History of Valentine's Day: When men beat women with bloody animal hides for 'fertility' The history of Valentine's Day is rather gory and sometimes fantastical. But how much of it is really true? The history of Valentine's Day could have some dark origins in the Pagan festival of Lupercalia.

There was not just one third century St Valentine, but two or even three, and none of them were remotely romantic in the way we understand it. Pagan festival Lupercalia which could have given way to Valentine's Day. The goat hide would then be cut into strips, sipped into sacrificial blood, and taken to the streets to slap women and crop fields to improve their fertility.

Two of them were executed by Roman Emperor Claudius Gothicus in AD, a time when persecuting Christians was the order of the day. Three representations of Saint Valentine. But the origins of this festival of candy and cupids are actually dark, bloody — and a bit muddled. Though no one has pinpointed the exact origin of the holiday, one good place to start is ancient Rome, where men hit on women by, well, hitting them. From Feb.


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  • The men sacrificed a goat and a dog, then whipped women with the hides of the animals they had just slain. Young women would actually line up for the men to hit them, Lenski says. They believed this would make them fertile. The brutal fete included a matchmaking lottery, in which young men drew the names of women from a jar.

    The couple would then be, um, coupled up for the duration of the festival — or longer, if the match was right. The ancient Romans may also be responsible for the name of our modern day of love. Their martyrdom was honored by the Catholic Church with the celebration of St.

    An Exploration Into the Darker Side of Valentine’s Day

    Later, Pope Gelasius I muddled things in the 5th century by combining St. But the festival was more of a theatrical interpretation of what it had once been. According to Roman mythology, Cupid was the son of Venus, the goddess of love and beauty. Cupid was known to cause people to fall in love by shooting them with his magical arrows.