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HEART SYMBOL AINT WHAT IT SEEMS...ITS A VAGINA AND INVERTED

 
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HEART SYMBOL AINT WHAT IT SEEMS...ITS A VAGINA AND INVERTED
THE SECRET HEART
This section contains Adult Content and may challenge established religious beliefs! Do not read this section if you are under 18 or offended by material that may be in conflict with the established doctrines of Christianity!
Around the world the classic “heart-shape” has come to represent love. It’s carved into trees and printed on millions of valentines cards every year. In one sense, the meaning of any symbol is what most people believe it means. Still, to truly understand something it’s often worth looking beyond the obvious. What the heart-shape actually means is the subject of some debate.



What it doesn’t do is represent the form of an actual human heart which is fist shaped and quite unpleasant in appearance. Also, a real human heart is not something the average person sees very often. Why would humans choose such an organ to represent their deepest most passionate love? It would seem that they didn’t.

The truth seems to be that the heart-shape or “Secret Heart” was a stylisation of the vagina and the inverted head of a male penis. So when "hearts become entwined" it means much more than just love.

How can this be true? There have been claims that it first appeared in Neolithic times but we’ve found no hard evidence of this. It does appear in the Roman period and can be seen in 2,000 year old Roman graffiti in the cities of Herculaneum and Pompeii – occasionally on the walls of brothels where it features more detail than the modern version. There is no question that sexual intercourse in ancient Rome and other great cities of the time was much more “liberal” than now but, even then, there were restrictions. (Pliny the Elder) One theory is that it was a secret symbol that a man would give to a woman to indicate that he wanted to make love to her – especially if there was a restriction on them being together – perhaps a difference in social status. A woman might do the same thing. The heart symbol seems to have first represented lust before it became associated with love. Think how similar it is today and how many cards are signed, “From your secret valentine”.

Something that ties in with this theory is the Silphium drug. During the emergence of the Roman Empire it seems that there existed a plant known as Silphium (a form of Fennel). It is believed that this important plant grew only in the area surrounding the city of Cyrene in North Africa. Its importance is that it acted as a contraceptive and the seed was perfectly “heart-shaped”. It was considered so important that it was imprinted on the coins of the time. The demand for this plant was so great that it was “used” to extinction. It’s interesting to note that Silphium has similarities to the word Sylph – meaning slender and desirable young woman – a virgin. This aspect of virginity becomes more important as more about the Secret Heart becomes clear.








Heart-Shaped Head of the Penis

The Penetrated Heart

The Labia Forming the Classic Heart


So how did the word Heart become associated with the shape? The answer has more to do with connotation than design and the clues can be found in the way we use it in language today. Think of these expressions: “It is the heart of the life”, “He left me heartbroken never to be whole again”, “His love stabbed my heart”, “He made my heart throb” (not beat but throb - and that is a very old word indeed - meaning to pulse and contract – possibly Anglo Saxon), “My heart shuddered with desire”, “She surrendered her heart”. We could go on but the innuendo is obvious. The word Heart once meant centre or deep inside. We still use it today when we refer to Heartwood which is the wood deep inside a tree. Whether it was slang or whether it came from a change in meaning the similarities are simply to overwhelming to be ignored – Heart once meant vagina or even virginity.

Then, the Dark Ages! Shortly after the Convocation of Constantine (Convocation of the First Council of Nicaea in 325 where allegedly the books of Bible were chosen) the Christian Church appears to have begun a determined campaign to rewrite history - and the future. In particular, they set out to remove the rights and power of women. (The Da Vinci Code) By 410 AD the Romans had abandoned Britain and by 476 the Western Roman Empire had failed - but still Christianity persisted but by now largely controlled by men forbidden to have sex. Desire was seen to be evil and women, the source of male desire, were vilified. (The Sign of the Rose – another allegory for Vagina) Have no illusions! Sex was still the driving force and there are many churches that still have carvings of an extremely pornographic nature. (see picture). Still, the mystery of the human body in general and sexual teachings in particular, had become taboo. It is about this time that we see the rise of Alchemy and “secret wisdom” taught through hidden words, codes and symbols. It is during this renaissance period (c1600) that we first see the emergence of the design or designs known as the “Secret Heart”.

Remember that much of the history we accept as fact was written by the Church – and they appear to have reviled women. In fact, the only women that they would accept were those that locked themselves away from temptation in nunneries – sometimes literally driving them insane with repressed desire. The “secret heart was a way for knowledge to be passed-on without using actual images.

There is much more history that can be cited but the real proof lies in the design. Viewed from the front the symbol clearly depicts a female's pubic mound with or without spread vulva. There’s no doubt that this is a much more realistic interpretation than that of the human heart. Equally, another version of the symbol may signify the female genitalia viewed from behind. A design from the 15th century (La Blessure) depicts the female symbol (Venus) inverted and superimposed on the heart shape.

It is also common to see a heart “pierced” by an arrow with tiny droplets of blood. This is cupid’s arrow – the arrow of desire and love. Some even suggest that droplets of blood represent the breaking of the hymen and the loss of virginity. The arrow is also the definitive phallic component of the Male symbol – Mars – the erect arrow. In plain language it is a vagina penetrated by a penis. We still use the word shaft to mean the shaft of a penis and the shaft of an arrow.








The Hungarian Heart

The Silphium Coin

Cupid & the Sylph


So how did it become so widely spread? One theory is that the Christian Church adopted and sanitised it. They certainly used this strategy to overwhelm many other pagan and pre-pagan beliefs and symbols. Easter was once a celebration of fertility – that’s why we still give Easter Eggs. The very name comes from the pagan Goddess Eostre whose sacred animal was the rabbit - Easter Bunny (ever wondered why?). This wasn't the only conversion. The names of most of the weekdays are actually named after Nordic or Roman Gods, Thor - Thursday, Frija - Friday, Woden - Wednesday, Saturn - Saturday. Mayday is actual a fertility rite, Lent was the pagan lean month when food stocks needed to be conserved and the halo - or rays of light from the head of the deity - were actual a representation of the Egyptian Sun God Ra. We could go on but we think we've made our point.



The symbol to the left is another depiction of the Secret Heart. It allegedly dates from the Romano-Greek period and was reproduced in both Spain and England c 1700. The Word "Tergo" seen written in the circle can be translated from Latin as "From behind" or "The Rear". In this version of the symbol the lines of the heart extend beyond the normal shape associated with the heart. The words "Connubialis Pectus Pectoris" seem to mean sexual heart. The words "Connubialis Tripudiam" appear to mean sexual happiness. The inverted female symbol of Venus is integrated into the design and a smaller heart links the circle and the cross. The cross itself is enclosed by four smaller hearts of excellent geometrical precision which in themselves make up the shape of the "lucky" four leafed clover symbol. The arch may represent the vulva.


The Church asserts that the symbol of the Loving Heart or Sacred Heart (Secret Heart) originated when Saint Margaret Marie Alacoque saw a heart shape surrounded by a crown of thorns in a vision. Still, look carefully at the picture of the vision and you will clearly see the (inverted) female sign of Venus and the heart. The female symbol has small flames emerging from it, indicating sensation and in the greater design of the image, the symbol is in exactly the correct position of the clitoris. You will also see several of heart-shaped arrows within the heart. Notice how two are opening the “heart” and one is entering. Incidentally, the use of thorns is a symbol used to describe pain. Look even more carefully and you can even see tiny droplets of blood emerging from the inner chamber or wound. Charitas means Charity or to give or give way. So a non-religious interpretation of this holy vision could read “to give up your virginity and the penetration of the vagina can be painful but is worth the sensation.”








Inveted Female (Venus) Symbol

Saint Margaret Marie Alacoque's Vision

Erotic Underwear!


Just consider these words – a direct translation – taken word-for-word from the Catholic Information Network website 2007. The only change is the reversal of two tiny words and the whole passage takes on quite a new meaning.

"Thereupon," she continues, "he asked me for my heart which I prayed him to take; which he did, and placed it in ( in it ) his own adorable heart wherein he showed it to me like a tiny atom being consumed in that blazing furnace; and he drew it forth again like a burning flame in the form of a heart, and set it once more in the place whence he had taken it . . ."

This was written by, or on the instruction of, Saint Margaret Marie Alacoque to describe her holy visitation.


As we said at the beginning of this section which was prefaced by a warning regarding its content – a symbol means that which people believe it means. The Aquiziam Team deeply respects the religious beliefs of all Christians and other Faiths. We have merely expressed an alternative origin and meaning. We fully respect their wish to believe what they do and trust that they will respect our rights to present an alternative opinion.

Research suggests that the Jesuit cult of the Sacred Heart spread the symbol to all corners of the world from Spain to the Falkland Islands. In each place this powerful symbol took on its own meaning but over time it came to represent the Love of Christ for Mankind. This was always the intention of Church – to supersede pagan beliefs with Christian ones. Once upon a time, less than 70 years ago the word “Gay” meant to be happy and carefree. How swiftly the world changes!

A little more than one hundred years ago, the modern heart symbol was popularized by yet another sexually restrained (but very sexually active) society, the Victorian’s. They adored the romantic heart shape and just like their historic counterparts used it as a secret symbol for sexual desire. It was during this time that the erotic book “The Pearl” was written by an anonymous author. It is has been reprinted and is available on amazon.com. Like the Secret Heart, The Pearl was another Victorian “code” for the clitoris.

It is possible to cite example-after-example. Literature is literally littered with them. You don’t have to go looking for them – once you understand what you are looking for the examples leap out at you.

In short, the true secret of the Secret Heart is that the simple and innocent Heart Symbol that is used today is actually derived from the shape of the male and female genitalia and once meant passionate lust not just love. We could write a book about this subject and still have material left over for a sequel. If you doubt our observations then do your own research. “Life is about sex and without sex there is no life; but it is Love that gives meaning to both.”

All images used are copyright protected aquiziam.com, or have been sourced from Wili Commons copyright free image bank (C)

“Life is about sex and without sex there is no life;
but it is Love that gives meaning to both.”
Paul Vincent (1964 -)
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just now figure that out?
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heart symbol comes from a mirrored golden spiral dude.
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THE SECRET HEART
This section contains Adult Content and may challenge established religious beliefs! Do not read this section if you are under 18 or offended by material that may be in conflict with the established doctrines of Christianity!
Around the world the classic “heart-shape” has come to represent love. It’s carved into trees and printed on millions of valentines cards every year. In one sense, the meaning of any symbol is what most people believe it means. Still, to truly understand something it’s often worth looking beyond the obvious. What the heart-shape actually means is the subject of some debate.



What it doesn’t do is represent the form of an actual human heart which is fist shaped and quite unpleasant in appearance. Also, a real human heart is not something the average person sees very often. Why would humans choose such an organ to represent their deepest most passionate love? It would seem that they didn’t.

The truth seems to be that the heart-shape or “Secret Heart” was a stylisation of the vagina and the inverted head of a male penis. So when "hearts become entwined" it means much more than just love.

How can this be true? There have been claims that it first appeared in Neolithic times but we’ve found no hard evidence of this. It does appear in the Roman period and can be seen in 2,000 year old Roman graffiti in the cities of Herculaneum and Pompeii – occasionally on the walls of brothels where it features more detail than the modern version. There is no question that sexual intercourse in ancient Rome and other great cities of the time was much more “liberal” than now but, even then, there were restrictions. (Pliny the Elder) One theory is that it was a secret symbol that a man would give to a woman to indicate that he wanted to make love to her – especially if there was a restriction on them being together – perhaps a difference in social status. A woman might do the same thing. The heart symbol seems to have first represented lust before it became associated with love. Think how similar it is today and how many cards are signed, “From your secret valentine”.

Something that ties in with this theory is the Silphium drug. During the emergence of the Roman Empire it seems that there existed a plant known as Silphium (a form of Fennel). It is believed that this important plant grew only in the area surrounding the city of Cyrene in North Africa. Its importance is that it acted as a contraceptive and the seed was perfectly “heart-shaped”. It was considered so important that it was imprinted on the coins of the time. The demand for this plant was so great that it was “used” to extinction. It’s interesting to note that Silphium has similarities to the word Sylph – meaning slender and desirable young woman – a virgin. This aspect of virginity becomes more important as more about the Secret Heart becomes clear.








Heart-Shaped Head of the Penis

The Penetrated Heart

The Labia Forming the Classic Heart


So how did the word Heart become associated with the shape? The answer has more to do with connotation than design and the clues can be found in the way we use it in language today. Think of these expressions: “It is the heart of the life”, “He left me heartbroken never to be whole again”, “His love stabbed my heart”, “He made my heart throb” (not beat but throb - and that is a very old word indeed - meaning to pulse and contract – possibly Anglo Saxon), “My heart shuddered with desire”, “She surrendered her heart”. We could go on but the innuendo is obvious. The word Heart once meant centre or deep inside. We still use it today when we refer to Heartwood which is the wood deep inside a tree. Whether it was slang or whether it came from a change in meaning the similarities are simply to overwhelming to be ignored – Heart once meant vagina or even virginity.

Then, the Dark Ages! Shortly after the Convocation of Constantine (Convocation of the First Council of Nicaea in 325 where allegedly the books of Bible were chosen) the Christian Church appears to have begun a determined campaign to rewrite history - and the future. In particular, they set out to remove the rights and power of women. (The Da Vinci Code) By 410 AD the Romans had abandoned Britain and by 476 the Western Roman Empire had failed - but still Christianity persisted but by now largely controlled by men forbidden to have sex. Desire was seen to be evil and women, the source of male desire, were vilified. (The Sign of the Rose – another allegory for Vagina) Have no illusions! Sex was still the driving force and there are many churches that still have carvings of an extremely pornographic nature. (see picture). Still, the mystery of the human body in general and sexual teachings in particular, had become taboo. It is about this time that we see the rise of Alchemy and “secret wisdom” taught through hidden words, codes and symbols. It is during this renaissance period (c1600) that we first see the emergence of the design or designs known as the “Secret Heart”.

Remember that much of the history we accept as fact was written by the Church – and they appear to have reviled women. In fact, the only women that they would accept were those that locked themselves away from temptation in nunneries – sometimes literally driving them insane with repressed desire. The “secret heart was a way for knowledge to be passed-on without using actual images.

There is much more history that can be cited but the real proof lies in the design. Viewed from the front the symbol clearly depicts a female's pubic mound with or without spread vulva. There’s no doubt that this is a much more realistic interpretation than that of the human heart. Equally, another version of the symbol may signify the female genitalia viewed from behind. A design from the 15th century (La Blessure) depicts the female symbol (Venus) inverted and superimposed on the heart shape.

It is also common to see a heart “pierced” by an arrow with tiny droplets of blood. This is cupid’s arrow – the arrow of desire and love. Some even suggest that droplets of blood represent the breaking of the hymen and the loss of virginity. The arrow is also the definitive phallic component of the Male symbol – Mars – the erect arrow. In plain language it is a vagina penetrated by a penis. We still use the word shaft to mean the shaft of a penis and the shaft of an arrow.








The Hungarian Heart

The Silphium Coin

Cupid & the Sylph


So how did it become so widely spread? One theory is that the Christian Church adopted and sanitised it. They certainly used this strategy to overwhelm many other pagan and pre-pagan beliefs and symbols. Easter was once a celebration of fertility – that’s why we still give Easter Eggs. The very name comes from the pagan Goddess Eostre whose sacred animal was the rabbit - Easter Bunny (ever wondered why?). This wasn't the only conversion. The names of most of the weekdays are actually named after Nordic or Roman Gods, Thor - Thursday, Frija - Friday, Woden - Wednesday, Saturn - Saturday. Mayday is actual a fertility rite, Lent was the pagan lean month when food stocks needed to be conserved and the halo - or rays of light from the head of the deity - were actual a representation of the Egyptian Sun God Ra. We could go on but we think we've made our point.



The symbol to the left is another depiction of the Secret Heart. It allegedly dates from the Romano-Greek period and was reproduced in both Spain and England c 1700. The Word "Tergo" seen written in the circle can be translated from Latin as "From behind" or "The Rear". In this version of the symbol the lines of the heart extend beyond the normal shape associated with the heart. The words "Connubialis Pectus Pectoris" seem to mean sexual heart. The words "Connubialis Tripudiam" appear to mean sexual happiness. The inverted female symbol of Venus is integrated into the design and a smaller heart links the circle and the cross. The cross itself is enclosed by four smaller hearts of excellent geometrical precision which in themselves make up the shape of the "lucky" four leafed clover symbol. The arch may represent the vulva.


The Church asserts that the symbol of the Loving Heart or Sacred Heart (Secret Heart) originated when Saint Margaret Marie Alacoque saw a heart shape surrounded by a crown of thorns in a vision. Still, look carefully at the picture of the vision and you will clearly see the (inverted) female sign of Venus and the heart. The female symbol has small flames emerging from it, indicating sensation and in the greater design of the image, the symbol is in exactly the correct position of the clitoris. You will also see several of heart-shaped arrows within the heart. Notice how two are opening the “heart” and one is entering. Incidentally, the use of thorns is a symbol used to describe pain. Look even more carefully and you can even see tiny droplets of blood emerging from the inner chamber or wound. Charitas means Charity or to give or give way. So a non-religious interpretation of this holy vision could read “to give up your virginity and the penetration of the vagina can be painful but is worth the sensation.”








Inveted Female (Venus) Symbol

Saint Margaret Marie Alacoque's Vision

Erotic Underwear!


Just consider these words – a direct translation – taken word-for-word from the Catholic Information Network website 2007. The only change is the reversal of two tiny words and the whole passage takes on quite a new meaning.

"Thereupon," she continues, "he asked me for my heart which I prayed him to take; which he did, and placed it in ( in it ) his own adorable heart wherein he showed it to me like a tiny atom being consumed in that blazing furnace; and he drew it forth again like a burning flame in the form of a heart, and set it once more in the place whence he had taken it . . ."

This was written by, or on the instruction of, Saint Margaret Marie Alacoque to describe her holy visitation.


As we said at the beginning of this section which was prefaced by a warning regarding its content – a symbol means that which people believe it means. The Aquiziam Team deeply respects the religious beliefs of all Christians and other Faiths. We have merely expressed an alternative origin and meaning. We fully respect their wish to believe what they do and trust that they will respect our rights to present an alternative opinion.

Research suggests that the Jesuit cult of the Sacred Heart spread the symbol to all corners of the world from Spain to the Falkland Islands. In each place this powerful symbol took on its own meaning but over time it came to represent the Love of Christ for Mankind. This was always the intention of Church – to supersede pagan beliefs with Christian ones. Once upon a time, less than 70 years ago the word “Gay” meant to be happy and carefree. How swiftly the world changes!

A little more than one hundred years ago, the modern heart symbol was popularized by yet another sexually restrained (but very sexually active) society, the Victorian’s. They adored the romantic heart shape and just like their historic counterparts used it as a secret symbol for sexual desire. It was during this time that the erotic book “The Pearl” was written by an anonymous author. It is has been reprinted and is available on amazon.com. Like the Secret Heart, The Pearl was another Victorian “code” for the clitoris.

It is possible to cite example-after-example. Literature is literally littered with them. You don’t have to go looking for them – once you understand what you are looking for the examples leap out at you.

In short, the true secret of the Secret Heart is that the simple and innocent Heart Symbol that is used today is actually derived from the shape of the male and female genitalia and once meant passionate lust not just love. We could write a book about this subject and still have material left over for a sequel. If you doubt our observations then do your own research. “Life is about sex and without sex there is no life; but it is Love that gives meaning to both.”

All images used are copyright protected aquiziam.com, or have been sourced from Wili Commons copyright free image bank (C)

“Life is about sex and without sex there is no life;
but it is Love that gives meaning to both.”
Paul Vincent (1964 -)
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thats because you're a dumb ass
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heart symbol comes from a mirrored golden spiral dude.
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I came across this article by accident looking for the term "vesica piscis". Anyway, this is an awesome read. Personally, this informatin is not anything new to me, but the quotes in one place make for a good reference bookmark. That is, if the original poster would have included the website that (s)he took the quotes from. Being able to see the pictures would be nice. If who ever posted this could post the website, it would be more professionally researched and appreciated. Despite me sounding like a professor, like I said, good post.
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what is this heart shape bizness ? I like the color of this video

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INVERTED OR WHAT NOT, IT..A ..SEEMS I HEART SYMBOL VAGINA




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i figured thou vid would be here already..but, low and behold, A dark fantasy witch .
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Here's what ain't what it seems- lipstick was originally created to make a womans' mouth represent the redness and appearance of a vagina. The big lip syndrome, represents the same.
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I guess thats why you dont see the heart symbol in any Islamic art, or pearls for that matter! LOL

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