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A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

A Short Love Story – In Stop Motion by Carlos Lascano

| February 14, 2011

Untitled Document A Valentine Day of Love in Camelot "By heaven and earth I love thee." ~ Robert Burns The senses are lulled in a slomber of delight on this day of love. Knights young and olde, feel the energie of heauen’s golden light across the fields of Camelot. On horsebacke they ride with armour […]

Love Unfolds the History of St. Valentine’s Day – Part 3 – Love doth Last Centuries

| February 14, 2008

Holiday of Love  – Part 3 – Final The pastors of the early Christian Church in Rome endeavoured to do away with the pagan element in the Lupercalia feasts.   Instead of having a lottery of available maidens for the young men, they chose to substitute the names of saints for those of maidens. During this […]

Love Unfolds the History of St. Valentine’s Day – Part 2 – Story of Saint Valentine

| February 14, 2008

Sainthood – Part 2 As the years passed the Christian Church became more powerful.   In the year 496 AD, Pope Gelasius I  ( 492-496 ) attempted to abolish Lupercalia, as he did not want the people to believe in Roman gods.    The people resisted,  so Pope Gelasius I  decided to make the holiday into a […]

Love Unfolds the History of St. Valentine’s Day – Part 1 – Lupercalia

| February 12, 2008

Lupercalia Valentine’s Day began over 2,700 years ago.  At this time  Rome, Italy, was just a small settlement on the Tiber river.  During the night time hungry wolves howled outside the city gates.  These wolves would kill sheep and sometimes even people. The people of Rome prayed to Lupercus to keep them safe and drive […]