tions, charms, and conjurations, they suffocate, extinguish,
and cause to perish the births of women...
1486 a.d. Fray Tomas Toquemada is appointed to the office of
Grand Inquisitor in Spain. The publication of Malleus
Maleficarum (The Witch Hammer) servers as a guide-
book for the identification, prosecution and extinguish-
ing of witches. Those who refuted the belief in these
imaginary demons, were then silenced by the Vatican.
"Whether the belief that there are such beings as witches
is so essential a part of the Catholic faith that obstinacy to
maintain the opposing opinion manifestly savors of heresy.”
This book would validate the murder of between
600,000 to as many as 9,000,000 over a period of 300
years. Around 85% were women. Any suspicious person
was suspect. Single women, poets, older women, mid-
wives, herbal healers, and both Jews and gypsies. It’s
devastating effects would carry over to the New World
and manifest it’s ugly venom in the Salem, Massachu-
setts witch hunt and trials.
1513 a.d. The second son of Lorenzo de Medici is elected Pope.
Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he is a man of
expensive tastes, and lets the good times roll. While
rebuilding St.Peters, he hire’s Raphael to do the walls.
As the party Pope, he enjoys fine cuisine, fine wine and
in general, the good life. And, his lavish tastes included a
white elephant for a pet! Sounds like Michael Jackson.
When the cash runs low, his blue ribbon marketing com-
mittee devises "Indulgences.” We’ll save your soul if-in
you’ve got a fat enough roll: of cash that is. The cam-
paign is successful and cash fills the coffers. But, sadly,
he would die of malaria in 1521.
1517 a.d. Martin Luther nails his 95 theses to the door of the Castle
of Wittenburg. His church begins with the Confession of
Augsburg in 1530. Luther writes many volumes and two
catechisms. After his death, the Formula of Concord
became the last document upon which the church would
base its message. Luther was another one who believed
name of Clement VIII. He sets up shop in the palatial
Palace of Popes, in Avignon. This period is 'sometimes’
referred to as the Great Schism – the Catholic Church
would have two dueling Popes.
1408 a.d. The Rosicrucian Brotherhood was founded By Christian
Rosenkreuz, a former monk and German nobleman.
Members were to study in secret, the natural world and
its hidden forces, and make their discoveries known to
and profitable to both the Rosicrucian order and human-
ity. It would be another two-hundred years before Ger-
man author, John Andrea would pen a Rosicrucian book
that mocked its alchemistic occultism.
Andrea was also a Lutheran writter and theologian.
In its very European lineage, only "select souls”would
be admitted to the Rosicrucian Brotherhood. Some Free-
masonry societies embraced the Brotherhood, and
claimed allegiance dating back to 1408, others did not.
1450 a.d. The witch hunts begin in ernest. For the next 300 years
the church stepped up the torture and mass murder of
thousands. Papal statues insist that heretics die by fire.
1453 a.d. Muslim/Turks capture Constantinople and slaughter
the population. Constantinople was the greatest city in
the world at the time. Priceless works of literature and
art were burned.
1454 a.d. Continuing there religious crusades, Muslims attack the
cities of Rome and Belgrade.
1478 a.d. The beginning of the Spanish Inquisition. Thousands
of innocents would be tortured and burned. It would
continue on for more than 350 years, ending in 1834.
1484 a.d. With demon attacks on the rise (by the incubi and
succubi) Pope Innocent VIII issues his famous Bull.
It has come to Our ears that members of both sexes do
not avoid to have intercourse with evil angels, incubi, and
succubi, and that by their sorceries, and by their incanta-