Bekki Cocks and Mat, photo credit Darren Robinson
Bekki Cocks and Mat, photo credit Darren Robinson.

Twenty-six-year-old Bekki Cocks from Manchester recently married her rug called Mat – as mass media reported.
Bekki said: “I bought Mat about a year ago and I’ve been banging on about how much I love him to anyone who will listen ever since. It became a bit of a thing with my friends who used to joke ‘if you love Mat so much why don’t you marry him?’. I’ve also promised that while I might step on Mat from time to time, I won’t ever walk all over him.”[i]
To be fair, I suspect a grotesque publicity-stunt for cleaning products behind this so-called marriage.
However, Bekki is not the only person to ‘find love’ where others don’t.
Thirty-five-years-old Amanda Liberty from Leeds, states that she is in an open relationship with several light fittings, but plans to wed a chandelier called Lumiere.
Former swimsuit model, the forty-nine-year-old Elizabeth Hoad married her dog Logan live on the UK’s This Morning show.
Same-sex marriage, on the other hand, is one of the most heavily debated topics in recent years.
One cannot argue with someone else’s emotion, and the heart wants what it wants, I can get this. What I cannot cope with is the change or deviation of the meaning of words. Words are important, they preserve and transmit fundamental human values.
Legally, formally or culturally, marriage, also called matrimony or wedlock signifies the union between two people.
Although the definition of marriage varies in time and around the world, marriage, the union between two people, has a very specific significance and practical purpose: procreation.
Holy matrimony is a phrase used by Christians to describe marriage. The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz is an alchemical manifesto, an allegoric romance written in German and dealing with the so-called ‘Sacred Marriage’.
Transposed to the language of the numbers, the formula of the marriage is 1+2=3.
Marriage, physically and metaphysically, emotionally and spiritually is something far much subtle and greater than a partnership.
Marriage is not an institution or a legally defined relationship. A marriage without conceiving and bearing biological offspring is like an apple tree without fruits. Practically, two people of same-sex can love each other, can live together and can have sex, but they cannot procreate. Therefore, they can have a relationship which might be labelled in many ways, but they cannot have a marriage. I agree and support that same-sex couples should benefit of same legal rights and responsibilities as any other heterosexual couples. Still, cohabiting and loving each other should not be mistaken for marriage.
One will argue that many heterosexual couples for biological or other consideration do not have children, but they are still happily married. They may have a lasting relationship, and they may have a legally recognised and registered relationship which is called ‘marriage’, but practically it is not. It is not only a matter of semantics but pragmatism, profound spiritual significance and consciousness. Allowing, respectively encouraging a human being to marry an object shows the scale of degeneracy the humankind is experiencing. When the irregularities are promoted to standard ‘normality’, there is something sinister is going on.
A woman married her rug called Mat. I cannot care less about ideology, political correctness, public morality or individual insanity. Words, on the other hand, are important. Words are meaningful. When a woman marries her rug the meaning of marriage is utterly compromised. When words are altered, are rubbed out of content and significance, the very foundation of our civilisation is under attack.
What is concerning me most is that the trend is not accidental, but it is perversely sustained. Not for a year or two, but for centuries.
The lack of reaction on our side is even scarier.

“The Heart Wants What It Wants” is a song by American singer Selena Gomez. It was released on November 6, 2014, through Hollywood Records, as the lead and only single from her compilation album For You (2014).


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