During the whole reign, indeed, of Philip Vi (de Valois), 1328 58, the Inquisiton dealt with a very large number of witchcraft trials, many of the accused being first delated for heresy, and upon examniation found to be versed in necromancy and the black art. Thus in 1335 at Toulouse a solemn auto da fe of no less than 63 persons was held. 2 witches, Anne Marie de Georgel and Catherine Delort, had made ample acknowledgement of their diabolic pacts and commerce. They confessed that they habitually attended the Sabbat which was held, especially on a Friday night, sometimes in the vicinity of Pech David, sometimes in the forest of Bouconne, or again in the low level country stretching between Touloust and Montauban. There they adored the Demon who was present under the form of a huge black goat, they had had sexual connexion with him in this shape as well as having been enjoyed by the foul warlocks who frequented these assemblies; they offered infants, stolen from the cradle, to the Master of these orgies; they are too of the devils banquets where at no salt was served. Catherine Delort had taken the lives of her 2 aunts, whose property she was to inherit, by melting from time to time wax images slowly before a fire; so that these women sidckened and languished as the wax flowed away. Both Anne marie de Georgel and Catherine Delort held that the Devil was equal in power to God; that their Master reigned of earth, God only in Heaven; that over the earth and all that therein is the Devil is lord. This shows that they were Gnostic heretics, Manichees, and they belonged, no doubt, to a secret society of these witches at whose nocturnal meetings the abominations they described took place. And indeed they were not far wrong in deeming such assemblies the Devils Sabbat.
At Cambrai in 1460 a sorcerer named Jennin was haled before the Bishops tribunal. Upon his arrest he endeavoured to stab himself with a knife, but was prevented, and when interrogated confessed to having entertained a familiar for many years, by whose help he pretended to foretell, of foretold, future events. He had also abandoned himself to every impurity, and had achieved no small reputation as a confectioner of love philtres and evil amulets. He was condemned to make public confession of his heresy and sorceries, to renounce the demon, and to perform some just and exemplary penance. But, as on his return from the scene of the public auto da fe, he not only tore his sackcloth robe but broke and dashed to the ground the crucifix he was carrying, he was considered to have merited the doom of a relapsed heretic, was brought to trial, and 2 days after burned at the stake.
Kicked Out of Heaven Vol. III $54.00
The Untold History of The White Races Cir. 700 – 1700 a.d.
585 pages 720 pictures
- ISBN-10: 1943820074
- ISBN-13: 978-1943820078
Kicked Out of Heaven Vol. III is divided into 2 parts. The First part of this volume goes over The Catholic Church’s history during the Dark Ages & Medieval Times. These are a some of the things that are discussed: The Castrati (Castrated Boy Choir), Holy Blood & Organs, Jesus’s Holy Prepuce (Foreskin), The Penance & Anathema, The Fish Bishop, Saints that Levitate, The Incorruptible Saints, The Nun Manias, All Religious Holidays explained, The Heretics: The Luciferians, The Spanish Inquisition. The Second half of this book is a focus on the art of the times. These are the subjects reviewed: Monsters & Gargoyles, Castles & Knight Armory, More on Medicine & Magic, More on Werewolves, Demons & Hell, Over 100 Different Black Madonnas & Moorish Saints, The Catacomb Bone Churches, The Bejewelled Saints, Aliens, Astrology & Alchemy………………….
Breitbart: Pope Francis: Human History Marked by ‘Mysterious Evil’.