The Valkyrie of Rome and it's carnal supremecy

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The Valkyrie of Rome and it's carnal supremecy

Postby 1mpious » Thu May 17, 2018 1:07 am

Just how do the conclusions of women so readily become a divine possession of man? Don't we each and every time it happens find ourselves defending the will to knowledge in our community where previously it was best not to know? Shouldn't we consider Rome's predestination in carnal matters to be a symptom of great endowment in relation to her founding?
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Re: The Valkyrie of Rome and it's carnal supremecy

Postby Meno_ » Thu May 17, 2018 3:19 am

1mpious wrote:Just how do the conclusions of women so readily become a divine possession of man? Don't we each and every time it happens find ourselves defending the will to knowledge in our community where previously it was best not to know? Shouldn't we consider Rome's predestination in carnal matters to be a symptom of great endowment in relation to her founding?




Boticelli comes to mind 'Venus Acending from the see. Holy?
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Re: The Valkyrie of Rome and it's carnal supremecy

Postby Sanguinus » Thu May 17, 2018 4:28 am

'He turned the skies of Baal Prime to fire that they should feel the wrath of His heart in knowing Him and verily He turned the other world to water that for the price of dry land they should find His sanctity in truth.'
- Sanguinus, 'The Cleansing of Baal'
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