Are the cult of kosmos the templars or is it the order of the ancients?

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  • Anonymous
    12 months ago

    They are like the Thalmor. The Roman Catholic Orders (the Vatican City -the whore of Babylon) which is drunk with the blood of the martyrs are wicked...The Freemasons, the Jesuits, the Knights of Malta... all their occult organizations.... that take elements from the Bible and twist them...

    Like the Freemasons, the Jesuits too, have dark oaths (see the Jesuit oath).

    See the Directorium Inquisitorium, published in Rome, October 1584, by the command of the Cardinals Inquisitors General; dedicated to Pope Gregory XIII; translation by JP Callender, Illustrations of Popery, New York, 1838.

    The pope has power over infidels. The church may make war with the infidels (p. 352)

    Heretics may be forced to profess the Roman faith (p. 193)

    He is a heretic who does not believe what the Roman heirarchy teaches. A heretic merits the pains of fire. By the Gospel, the canons, civil law, and custom, heretics must must be burned (pp. 148, 169)

    All believers in Christ by the necessity of salvation, are subject to the Roman Pontiff, who carried the two swords, and judges all, but he is judged by no man. We declare, say, define, and pronounce, that subjection to the Roman Pontiff is necessary to salvation (pgs. 34-35)

    An Inquisitor and his associate may mutually absolve each other from excommunication (p. 553)

    Inquisitors may enjoy the benefits of a plenary indulgence at all times in life, and in death (p. 679)

    Inquisitors are not bound to give a reason to Prelates concerning things appertaining to their office (p. 542)

    He is a heretic who deviates from any article of faith (p. 143)

    The Pope can enact new articles of faith. The definitions of Popes and Councils are to be received as infallible (p. 168)

    Those who are strongly suspected are to be reputed as heretics (p. 376)

    Prelates and Inquisitors may put any persons to the question by torture (p. 591)

    Inquisitors may torture witnesses to obtain the truth; and punish them if they have given false evidence (p. 622)

    Inquisitors may coerce witnesses to swear that they will testify to the truth, and should frequently examine them (p. 600)

    He who does not inform against heretics shall be deemed as suspected (p. 383)

    Inquisitors must not publish the names of informers, witnesses, and accusers (p. 627)

    Every individual may kill a heretic (p. 175)

    A whole city must be burnt on account of there heretics who live in it. Whoever pleases may seize and kill any heretics (p. 199)

    All person may attack any rebels to the church, and despoil them of their wealth; and slay them, and burn their houses and cities (pgs. 176-177)

    The goods of heretics are to be considered as confiscated from the perpetration of the crime. All alienations of property by heretics before their condemnation are invalid. Inquisitors are not bound to restore the price of the property which is seized in the hands of those who purchased from heretics (p. 213)

    Prelates and Inquisitors may put any person to the question by torture (p. 591)

    Heretics must be sought after, and be corrected or exterminated. Heretics enjoy no privileges in law or equity (p. 212)

    The property of heretics after their death shall be seized (p. 151)

    A person contracting a marriage with a heretic shall be punished, because it is favouring a heretic (p. 210)

    Monks and Priests who contract matrimony shall be suspect of heresy (p. 367)

    He who marries a person unbaptized [note: in the Roman Catholic faith], and deserts her to marry a baptized woman [note: of the Roman Catholic faith], is not guilty of bigamy (p. 383)

    Inquisitors, to seize heretics or their favourers, may demand the aid of the civil authority (p. 585)

    They who favour their relatives who are heretics, shall not receive for that cause any milder punishment (p. 180)

    An Inquisitor may force the governor of cities to swear that they will defend the church against heretics (p. 560)

    An Inquisitor may proceed against temporal lords who deny the assistance required by him, or who do not obey him as they ought (p. 562)

    Magistrates who refuse to take the oath for defense of he faith, shall be suspected of heresy. It must be required of temporal lords to expel heretics. The church may demand the aid of he secular power against both things and persons (p. 159, 176)

    Prelates or Inquisitors may torture witnesses to obtain the truth (p. 218)

    A heretic, as he sins in all places, may everywhere by judged (p. 207)

    For the suspicion alone of heresy, purgation is demanded (p. 156)

    Heretics must be sought after, and be corrected or exterminated. Heretics enjoy no privileges in law or equity (p. 212)

    The testimony of a heretic is admitted on behalf of a Papist, but against him (p. 198)

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