Berean Beacon – Catholic Inquisition and The Torture Tools

Berean Beacon – Catholic Inquisition and The Torture Tools

The Inquisition was a group of institutions within the judicial system of the Roman Catholic Church whose aim was to combat heresy. It started in 12th-century France to combat the spread of religious sectarianism, in particular the Cathars and the Waldensians. This Medieval Inquisition persisted into the 14th century, from the 1250s associated with the Dominican Order. In the early 14th century, two other movements attracted the attention of the Inquisition, the Knights Templar and the Beguines.

At the end of the Middle Ages, the concept and scope of the Inquisition was significantly expanded, now in the historical context of the turmoils of the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation. Its geographic scope was expanded to other European countries, as well as throughout the Spanish and Portuguese empires in the Americas, Asia and Africa. Its focus now came to include the persecution of sorcery (an aspect almost entirely absent from the Medieval Inquisition), making it one of the agents in the Early Modern witch-hunts.


Jesuit Oath:
Inquisition’s Torture Methods: Tortures


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  1. In his book, "The Secret History of the Jesuits", Edmond Paris details the jesuit involvement and control of the SS death camps, and the complicity of the papacy regarding the murder of not only 6 million Jews, but an additional 12 million Protestant and Orthodox Christians, gypsies, and the sick and elderly.

  2. Hitler himself stated, "I learned much from the Order of the Jesuits. Until now, there has never been anything more grandiose, on the earth, than the hierarchical organization of the Catholic church. I transferred much of this organization into my own party."

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