Numerous early Christian martyrs were named Valentine. The Valentines honored on February 14 are Valentine of Rome (Valentinus presb. m. Romae) and Valentine of Terni (Valentinus ep. Interamnensis m. Romae). Valentine of Rome was a priest in Rome who was martyred about AD 269 and was buried on the Via Flaminia. His relics are at the Church of Saint Praxed in Rome, and at Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church in Dublin, Ireland.
Valentine of Terni became bishop of Interamna (modern Terni) about AD 197 and is said to have been martyred during the persecution under Emperor Aurelian. He is also buried on the Via Flaminia, but in a different location than Valentine of Rome. His relics are at the Basilica of Saint Valentine in Terni (Basilica di San Valentino).
The Catholic Encyclopedia also speaks of a third saint named Valentine who was mentioned in early martyrologies under date of February 14. He was martyred in Africa with a number of companions, but nothing more is known about him.
No romantic elements are present in the original early medieval biographies of either of these martyrs. By the time a Saint Valentine became linked to romance in the 14th century, distinctions between Valentine of Rome and Valentine of Terni were utterly lost.
In the 1969 revision of the Roman Catholic Calendar of Saints, the feast day of Saint Valentine on February 14 was removed from the General Roman Calendar and relegated to particular (local or even national) calendars for the following reason: “Though the memorial of Saint Valentine is ancient, it is left to particular calendars, since, apart from his name, nothing is known of Saint Valentine except that he was buried on the Via Flaminia on February 14.” The feast day is still celebrated in Balzan (Malta) where relics of the saint are claimed to be found, and also throughout the world by Traditionalist Catholics who follow the older, pre-Second Vatican Council calendar. February 14 is also celebrated as St Valentine’s Day in other Christian denominations; it has, for example, the rank of ‘commemoration’ in the calendar of the Church of England and other parts of the Anglican Communion.(en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentine’s_Day)
At 4:47 a.m. on 11/29/2011 I had a vision of Robert Deniro acending. Tres Mali
At 7:12 a.m. on 11/11/2011 I had a vision of St. Peter’s Bascilica & chairs. A part of a St. Michael pray is what I am reminded of, “…the chair of truth for the light of the world…”
On Earth, we use photosynthesis to breathe. If we do not have enough plant life, we will die. The plants can live in the environment without us, but we can not live without the plants. The deforestation in Zimbabwe means reduced plant life, reduced natural resources, and at the National Parks reduced jobs.
Craig Simons writes, “As China Grows Rich, Rainforests Fall” on January 2, 2012:
“…logs…rising demands has come at a steep environmental cost…China’s shoppers have taken up the slack driving unsustainable logging and leading to the rapid loss of some of the world’s last stands of pristine rainforests”.
Again, “The plants can live in the environment without us, but we can not live without plants.”
At 8:26 p.m. on 1/23/2012 I had a vision of a Nucluear looking expanding pale greenish-blue ring and reator type sound with the Nuclear ring movement. Tres Mali
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Religions tells how: individuals and groups how to deal with, respond to, or report psychic phenomena. Phenomena is literally a plural word for “observalble occurrence”. Each religion has values, norms and beliefs that shape how psychic phenomena is interpreted.
Each religion has vocabulary that describes what the phenomena means. Like the different disciplines of the academic world, each discipline has a vocabulary to descripe, closely related fields may overlap. An example is the concept of Angel Beings. Christianity and Judeo-Christianity use the word “Angel”, Buddist call this type of Being “Diva”.
Why is important to know how religions deal with, respond to, or report psychic phenomena. First of all, phenomena is an observable occurrence, meaning that others can also interprete it. Diagnosis of sanity, disability, and qualification for services also use interpretation. Second of all, not every group that states they are a church or religion fit the qualifications, suicidual cults and similar groups are identified by law enforcement to reduce the treat to the general public.