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Galileo's Recanting (22/6/1633)

Today marks the anniversary of the day the Inquisition condemned Galileo Galilei in 1633.

By the end of his trial, the Italian astronomer and physicist was forced to recant his own scientific findings as “abjured, cursed and detested,” and to proclaim that the Earth did not revolve around the sun. 102 more words

On This Day

The Pit and the Pendulum

Title: The Pit and the Pendulum

Release date: 1961

Country: United States

Rating: NR

Costume design: Marjorie Corso (wardrobe)

Music: Eve Newman (music editor)

Run time: 80 minutes… 29 more words

Film Entry

" guillame postel and the inquisition in venice "

Photographs by Rinaldo Rasa,

june 2018

Wandering through the streets, calle of Venice, nowadays crowded by people came from all around the world, the image of the old city seems being very romantic. 102 more words

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The Armoured Saint - Myke Cole (Review)

The Order protects. It might not always seem that way, when they kill children and exterminate entire villages, but they do what they do for the good of everyone. 507 more words

Books

The Family Inquisition

Interrogation

Frustration

Retaliation

DRAMA! DRAMA! DRAMA!

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Family inquisition 

Poetry

1624: Flashing blades: Torre El Diablo (part deux)

Travelling to the Spanish political prison the Cauldroneers leave Jean and his six muskets in an overwatch position while Durand, Joesph and Antonine swim the moat and up the underground stream to the internal well. 336 more words

Flashing Blades