Spanish Inquisition

Motives for Spanish Inquisition include several possible reasons.

#1 Establish political and religious unity without the interference of the Pope and promote more centralized political authority and weaken local authorities (like Aragon) opposed to rule by Monarchs.

#2 Fear of the powerful Jewish infiltrating power centers including fact King Ferdinand, King of Aragon, continued to employ many Jewish Converts in his administration.

#3 Officials closed many professions to the Jews, pushing them into rent collecting and money lending. Catholic doctrine held that lending money for interest was a sin, and forbidden for Christians so Jews easily dominated this business. Most people of the time saw Jews as greedy, usurers, and evil feeding on natural dislike of debt collector Jews and Christian debtors. Peasants enslaved to pay their interest and even taxes to Jewish collectors were despised as the people taking their hard-won earnings.

#4 At the monarch level the idea of purging out wealthy debt collectors and confiscating their wealth and cancelling their loans was very appealing.

#5 From the High Level Banker viewpoint having tens of thousands of Jews infiltrate the Catholic Church was very appealing to control and deteriorate the power of the Church.  

1250-1400 Anti-Money Changers-Traders attitudes increased all over Europe. England and France expelled their Jewish populations in 1290 and 1306 respectively.

1391 Approximately 200,000 Jews were in Spain. Persecution against money changers began in earnest in Seville and the violence spread to Córdoba and then spread to Majorca & Barcelona in Catalonia, where an estimated at two-hundred and fifty were killed. After the public violence, many of the converted “felt it safer to remain in their new religion.” A new social group appeared and were referred to as conversos (converts) or New Christians, now freed from restrictions imposed on employment, attained important positions in 1400s Spain, including positions in the government and in the Church. Some converses became bankers like Luis de Santangel and Gabriel Sanchez who financed the voyage of Christopher Columbus. Other Conversos attained high positions in the church and some received titles of nobility.

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1469-1474 Tomás de Torquemada was present at Isabella’s coronation in 1474, and remained her closest ally and supporter. He even advised her to marry King Ferdinand of Aragon in 1469, in order to consolidate their kingdoms and form a power base he could draw on for his own purposes.

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1477-1478 Fray Alonso de Ojeda, a Dominican friar from Seville, convinced Queen Isabella of the existence of Crypto-Judaism among Andalusian conversos during her stay in Seville, and a report by Dominican Tomás de Torquemada supported these concerns.

1478 Spanish Inquisition was established by Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile to maintain Catholic orthodoxy in their kingdoms and to replace the Medieval Inquisition, which was under Papal control. The Spanish Inquisition was the most extensive but was teamed with the wider Catholic Inquisition, the Roman Inquisition and Portuguese Inquisition. The “Spanish Inquisition” operated “in all Spanish colonies and territories, which included the Canary Islands, the Spanish Netherlands, the Kingdom of Naples, and all Spanish possessions in North, Central, and South America.” The regulation of the faith of newly converted Catholics was intensified after the royal decrees issued in 1492 and 1502 ordering Jews and Muslims to convert to Catholicism or leave Spain. Although records are incomplete, about 150,000 persons were charged with crimes by the Inquisition and it is believed 3,000–5,000 people were executed.

1480s Torquemada deeply feared the Jewish Marranos as a menace to Spain’s welfare by both their increasing religious influence, and their economic domination of Spain. King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella petitioned and received Pope Sixtus IV approval to administer an inquisition in Spain firmly under Ferdinand’s direction throughout their reign.

1481 Six people were burned alive.

1482 “the pope was still trying to maintain control over the Inquisition and to gain acceptance for his own attitude towards the New Christians, which was generally more moderate than that of the Inquisition and the local rulers.”

1483 Jews were expelled from all of Andalusia.

1483 Torquemada was named Grand Inquisitor of Spain, which he remained until his death in 1498. He setup a network of two dozen ‘Holy Offices’ to rid Spain of all non-Catholics and was called “the hammer of heretics, the light of Spain, the savior of his country, the honor of his order.” He ordered all the condemned wear a tunic worn over clothing, bearing a design that specified the type of penitence and for those sentenced to death the design was hell’s flames with sometimes demons, dragons, and/or snakes on it.

1490s Tomás de Torquemada (1420-1498) was a Castilian Dominican friar, and was part of Spain’s movement to bring religious practices together with the Catholic Church in the late 1490s century. He met the young Princess Isabella I, and the two immediately established religious and ideological rapport. For a number of years, Torquemada served as her regular confessor and personal advisor.

1490s This religious consolidation movement included the Spanish Inquisition that forced Jews unwilling to covert to Catholic Religion out of Spain. It became socially, politically, economically, and legally impossible for those who refused to convert to stay in Spain. The existence of superficial converts (i.e., Crypto-Jews) was perceived by the Spanish monarchs of that time (principally King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella) as a threat to the religious and social life of Spain. This led Torquemada, who himself had converted ancestors, to feel compelled to be a chief supporter of expelling even Crypto-Jews from Spain.

1492, under a new Decree, approximately 40,000 Jews were expelled from Spain with only their personal possessions. Another approximately 50,000 Jews received a Christian baptism to remain in Spain but secretly they kept their Jewish traditions.

1494 Torquemada faced widespread Jesuit complaints including Pope Alexander VI who restrained the Spanish Inquisition.

1498 Tomás de Torquemada was Catholicism’s last stand against a JESUIT JEWISH takeover of the Vatican, and he was likely murdered by them in 1498. The Jesuits took over the Vatican and have run it ever since.

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1502 Post-Inquest medieval Spain has been characterized as relatively peaceful.

1572 The first sodomite was burned by the Inquisition in Valencia, and those accused included 19% clergy, 6% nobles, 37% workers, 19% servants, and 18% soldiers and sailors in 500 cases and 100 involved allegations of child abuse. As a rule, the Inquisition condemned to death only those sodomites over the age of 25 years.

1738 Papal ban of Freemasonry as the Roman Catholic Church regarded Freemasonry as heretical, but there were few cases.

1813 The Inquisition was first abolished by Napoleon (1808–1812).

1815 The Inquisitor General suppressed Freemasonry and denounced the lodges as “societies which lead to atheism, to sedition and to all errors and crimes,” and instituted a purge during which Spaniards could be arrested on the charge of being “suspected of Freemasonry”.

1820 The Peruvian Inquisition, based in Lima, ended.

1834 The Inquisition was formally abolished during the reign of Isabella II, after a period of declining influence in the preceding century.

1968 The Alhambra Decree that had expelled the Jews was formally rescinded.


Other Notes: 

Follow the money trail and discover Jesuits are small time players and the Real Players are Ashkenazi Zionists.

British-Swiss Rothschilds Crime Syndicate controls FED, Banking, Media, Education, Drugs (legal and illegal), Medical, Legal, Oil, and more.

Yes Jesuits were infiltrated by Zionists as were other Catholic groups and Christian sects.

1400s-1500s Alumbrados were started in Spain by crypto Jews called “Marranos.” They preceded the Illuminati & Jesuits and were practitioners of a mystical religion that contained Jewish & Christian themes. The founder of the Jesuit Order, Ignatius of Loyola, was a Marrano/Alumbrado. They were firmly repressed in the Spanish Inquisition.

When people discuss the Jesuits or Zionists they are talking about the same beast. — David Livingstone, author of “Terrorism and the Illuminati.”

Jesuit founder Ignatius Loyola — Marrano Jew
Jesuit co-founder Francis Borgia — Marrano Jew
Jesuit 2nd General James Lainez — Marrano Jew
Jesuit 4th General Eberhard Mercurian — Belgian Jew
Jesuit (most famous) Adam Weishaupt — Jew (son of rabbi) – Clear connection between Frankism & Weishaupt’s Illuminati — Goal of Secret Frankists was create a Jewish world Dictatorship like Weishaupt.

Jacob Frank told his followers to undergo false conversions to ‘rot’ religions from the inside out, but the Frankists were ‘absorbed’ into the Catholic church after his death in a mass ‘conversion’.

1894 Bernard Lazar, a well-known Jewish author, wrote “L’Antisemitisme” saying that Weishaupt was surrounded exclusively by Kabbalist Jews and confiscated documents show Jews held the highest ranks in the Illuminati and became agents of revolutions. The Illuminati headquarters in Ingolstadt were later converted into a synagogue.

FAKERY:  1400s Letter to a Spanish Rabbi from Joseph the King of Khazars, much like the dead sea scrolls just happened to be discovered just in time for Israel’s creation in the 1940’s. That timing is not an accident.

The document claiming the Khazars converted was 300 years after it happened and trace to copies of copies of copies of an Arabic scholar’s writings, all very suspicious. The Khazars were a buffer for Romans at Constantinople against the Turk invaders and since history repeats itself the cossacks of the very same region that the Khazars once lived served the same purpose, many years later. Supposedly, Constantinople princesses married off to Khazar kings, and left their palace life to go live in tents — how is that for being real.

More absurd is the charade that the popes condemned forced conversions of Jews to Christianity, such as Gregory I, and the rulers who compelled the Jews to convert, such as Dagobert and the House of Anjou. But these rulers were all Merovingian Jews and their goal was to coerce whole populations of Jews to convert to Christianity for massive infiltration of the Roman Catholic Church by mostly European Ashkenazis.



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