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THE CRUSADESThe reason for Hells painInformation need to understand.
The First Crusade
In response to the announcement by Pope Urban II of a Crusade to the Holy Land in 1095, Christian forces from western Europe converged on Constantinople, where they united with Byzantine forces to attack Seljuk armies in Anatolia and Muslim armies in Syria and Palestine. By 1099 the Crusaders had achieved their goal-the capture of the city of Jerusalem. However, Christian territories acquired during the First Crusade were gradually lost over the next 200 years. Jerusalem was recaptured by Muslim forces in 1187, and the last Christian stonghold in the Holy Land fell in 1291.
The Second Crusade
News of the fall of Edessa reverberated throughout Europe, and the Second Crusade was called by Pope Eugenius III. Though the enthusiasm of 1095 was never again matched, a number of major figures joined the Second Crusade, including Holy Roman Emperor Conrad III and France’s King Louis VII. Conrad made the mistake of choosing the land route from Constantinople to the Holy Land and his army was decimated at Dorylaeum in Asia Minor. The French army was more fortunate, but it also suffered serious casualties during the journey, and only part of the original force reached Jerusalem in 1148. In consultation with King Baldwin III of Jerusalem and his nobles, the Crusaders decided to attack Damascus in July. The expedition failed to take the city, and shortly after the collapse of this attack, the French king and the remains of his army returned home. The Second Crusade resulted in many Western casualties and no gains of value in Outremer. In fact the only military gains during this period were made in what is now Portugal, where English troops, which had turned aside from the Second Crusade, helped free the city of Lisbon from the Moors.
The Third Crusade
In the years between the failure of the Second Crusade and 1170, when the Muslim prince Saladin came to power in Egypt, the Latin States were on the defensive but were able to maintain themselves. But in 1187 Saladin inflicted a major defeat on a combined army at Hattin and subsequently took Jerusalem. The situation had become dire. In response to the Church’s call for a new, major Crusade, three Western rulers undertook to lead their forces in person. These were Richard I, the Lion-Hearted of England, Philip II of France, and Frederick I, called Frederick Barbarossa, the Holy Roman Emperor. Known as the Third Crusade, it has become perhaps the most famous of all Crusades other than the First Crusade, though its role in legend and literature greatly outweighs its success or value
The Forth Crusade
In 1199 Innocent III called for another Crusade to recapture Jerusalem. In preparation for this Crusade, the ruler of Venice agreed to transport French and Flemish Crusaders to the Holy Land. However, the Crusaders never fought the Muslims. Unable to pay the Venetians the amount agreed upon, they were forced to bargain with the Venetians. They agreed to take part in an attack on one of the Venetians’ rivals, Zara, a trading port on the Adriatic Sea, in the nearby Kingdom of Hungary. When Innocent III learned of the expedition, he excommunicated the participants, but the combined force captured Zara in 1202. The Venetians then persuaded the Crusaders to attack the Byzantine capital of Constantinople, which fell on April 13, 1204. For three days the Crusaders sacked the city. Subsequently the Venetians gained a monopoly on Byzantine trade. The Latin Empire of Constantinople was established, which lasted until the recapture of Constantinople by the Byzantine emperor in 1261. In addition, several new Crusader states sprang up in Greece and along the Black Sea. The Fourth Crusade did not even threaten the Muslim powers. Trade and commerce had triumphed, as Venice had hoped, but at the cost of irreparably widening the rift between the Eastern and Western churches.
It was against this background that Pope Urban II, in a speech at Clermont in France in November 1095, called for a great Christian expedition to free Jerusalem from the Seljuk Turks, a new Muslim power that had recently begun actively harassing peaceful Christian pilgrims traveling to Jerusalem. The pope was spurred by his position as the spiritual head of Western Europe, by the temporary absence of strong rulers in Germany (the Holy Roman Empire) or France who could either oppose or take over the effort, and by a call for help from the Byzantine emperor, Alexius I. These various factors were genuine causes, and at the same time, useful justifications for the pope’s call for a Crusade. In any case, Urban’s speech-well reported in several chronicles-appealed to thousands of people of all classes. It was the right message at the right time.
The situation of European Jews changed in 1096, the year of the first Crusade, a military expedition to take control of the Holy Land (Palestine) from Muslim rulers. As the Crusader armies gathered, they directed their religious hostility at Jewish communities of the Rhineland, massacring the people and destroying the settlements. Local authorities lacked the forces to stop the rampaging Crusaders. In some communities, the Jews preferred to commit collective suicide rather than fall into the hands of the mobs. The Crusades inaugurated a new era in the life of the Jews of Europe.
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The Trouble the Crusades Caused In Hell.
The Crusades being the wars being about religion was also a difficult time for Hell. This is when Heaven started to reject most of the souls that trid to enter Heaven. This is also around alot of angels lost their way and had becom tainted and had fallen from their home. Seeing that the lost angels and souls had no where else to go' they all want to live amongst the humans until Death came to send them to Hell.
Hell become over-packed with the souls and fallen angels; it did not help the fact the Hell was also fighting with Heaven to have claim over the humans. Not only was the over crowding of Hell causing Hell great pains it had left him vunerable to Heavens onslaught and attacks to bring him down. Some time after the crusades; Hell had been banned by Lucifer to interact with humans. At this time Hell's physical apperrence had taken a look of a young child of the age of 4. He also had lost any strength he had before the Crusades. He Decided to sleep until the next big turn of events decided to take place. To be aloud to sleep for so long with out being bothered he had made a deal with Death it self. He offered Death his soul. His soul was also to help pay fo rhte fact that Death Saved him from being killed by Heaven.
What Hell Is
Hell, in theology, any place or state of punishment and privation for human souls after death. More strictly, the term is applied to the place or state of eternal punishment of the damned, whether angels or human beings. The doctrine of the existence of hell is derived from the principle of the necessity for vindication of divine justice, combined with the human experience that evildoers do not always appear to be punished adequately in their lifetime. Belief in a hell was widespread in antiquity and is found in most religions of the world today.
Among the early Teutons the term hell signified a place under the earth to which the souls of all mortals, good or bad, were consigned after death; it thus denoted a conception similar to that of the Hebrew Sheol. Among the early Jews, as in other Semitic nations, existence in Sheol was regarded as a shadowy continuation of earthly life where all of the problems of earthly life came to an end. Later the dictum of the prophet Isaiah that the king of Babylon shall be “brought down to Sheol, to the depths of the Pit” (14:15) gave rise to the concept of various depths of Sheol, with corresponding degrees of reward and punishment.
Early Christian writers used the term hell to designate the limbo of infants, where the unbaptized enjoy a natural bliss but are denied the supernatural bliss of the vision of God; the limbo of the fathers, in which the souls of the just who died before the advent of Christ await their redemption, and which is mentioned in the Apostles' Creed, “He [Christ] descended into hell”; a place of purgation from minor offenses leading inevitably to heaven and the place of punishment of Satan and the other fallen angels and of all mortals who die unrepentant of serious sin. The last of these interpretations has the greatest acceptance today.
The duration of the punishments of hell has been a subject of controversy since early Christian times. The 3rd century Christian writer and theologian Origen and his school taught that the purpose of these punishments was purgatorial, and that they were proportionate to the guilt of the individual. Origen held that, in time, the purifying effect would be accomplished in all, even devils; that punishment would ultimately cease; and that everyone in hell eventually would be restored to happiness. This doctrine was condemned by the Second Council of Constantinople in 553, and a belief in the eternity of the punishments in hell became characteristic of both the Orthodox church and the Roman Catholic church. It also passed into the creeds of the churches of the Reformation but the doctrine of hell was rejected by many of the more radical thinkers of the Renaissance.
In modern times the belief in physical punishment after death and the endless duration of this punishment has been rejected by many. The question about the nature of the punishment of hell is equally controversial. Opinions range from holding the pains of hell to be no more than the remorse of conscience to the traditional belief that the “pain of loss” (the consciousness of having forfeited the vision of God and the happiness of heaven) is combined with the “pain of sense” (actual physical torment).
What Can Be Found in Hell
Demon, supernatural being, spirit, or force capable of influencing human lives, usually by evil means. Demons have played a role in the traditions of most religions and also have appeared in mythology and literature. Exorcism, the practice of expelling demons that possess people or places, has been carried out by many religions, usually by a person with special authority. The study of demons is called demonology.
The belief in evil spirits and their ability to influence the lives of people dates from prehistoric times. Many early people believed that spirits occupied all elements of nature. Evil spirits or demons were the spirits of ancestors who brought harm to living people. Societies that practiced ancestor worship sought to influence the actions of both good and bad spirits. Some ancient societies, including those in Egypt and Babylonia (now Iraq), believed that such spirits were responsible for the functions of the body and that demons caused specific illnesses.
Spirits and demonic beings became an important part of Hinduism, the religion of India. Hindu scriptures called the Vedas, composed between about 1500 bc and about 1000 bc, describe a variety of evil beings, including the asuras and the panis, who harm people and work against the Hindu gods. The word demon originated from an ancient Greek term, daimon, which referred to beings whose special powers placed them between people and the gods. These beings had the ability either to improve people's lives or carry out the punishment of the gods.
Basic Christian ideas about demons originated from references to evil beings or “unclean spirits” in the Old Testament of the Bible. By the Middle Ages, Christian theology had developed an elaborate hierarchy of angels, who were associated with God, and fallen angels, or demons, who were led by Satan. Satan himself was considered the original fallen angel. In most English versions of the Bible, the term demon is translated as devil, and in the New Testament, demon is identified with an evil spirit (see Angel; Devil).
Islam also developed a complex system of demons. Muslim writings describe a group of evil beings, called jinn, who cause destruction and preside over places where evil activities take place. The original jinn was called Iblis, who was cast out by Allah for refusing to worship Adam, the first man.
Demons also have become part of folklore throughout the world. Many of these demons have peculiar qualities. They include such familiar creatures as vampires, who suck the blood of living victims. Another variety of demon, the Japanese oni, are said to bring on storms. In Scotland legendary kelpies haunt pools, waiting to drown unwary travelers. Popular belief in demons and evil spirits has steadily declined since the 1700s.
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This Year 2012, Hell decided to wake from his slumber. He had managed to gain the look of an 18 year old in his slumber. He had gained what energy he had lost during the Crusades and his debt to Death even greater then it was before. Deciding to ingnore that all for the time being he decided to against Lucifers orders and visit the world that was stuck between two warring plains. Not directly coming in contact with th Humans the infested Earth.When he did it was to take souls that where to be deemed damm sooner or later if not ever. Along the way he met the person who had taken part of the Crusades. Vatican City; he did not make complete contact with her until after He met Paris and France. His meeting with them did not go to well and resulted in a bitter fight between the three. After his meeting with them he met an interesting figure is history. The Plagues of the Earth, He an her had ran into trouble with Paris, Canada and America. It did not end well for the nations. Plagues decided to leave them a parting gift and Hell left them with a warning. A few weeks later Plague and Hell decided to Create and egg. What hatched from the egg is Hell's now beloved son known as Trinket. After some time Hell decied to take some time from his 'family' and expore the world he did not know so well. Death Decided it was a good tme to also ring in some o the debt Hell had accumlated over the years and mke him ay him back. Hell got the bad end of the bargain and is troubled with Death's presence. After the little run-in with Death Hell had finally met Vatican's face to face. Weakend from his encounter with Death, He had made a bad move to approach Vatican's not knowing that should would see him as filth rejected from Heaven she had injured him with holy water. She had managed to take away his ability of healing temporaily, Vaticans not knowing this being slightly crazed</s> Decied to leave him with more scars that would not heal with time. Both being Physical and mental. Hell's over all outlook on the Human and Personifications did not turn out so well. Hell being treated like he was lower then trash itself, did feel like he was trash. His over all out look on earth and it's beings is not one that will sit well with Lucifer. His union with Plague ended a few day's after Hell tempraily lost his powers. He and his son where kicked out. Hell want's Trinket his son to live with Vaticans and her adopted son Alfire (Alfred). He is staying with Death.
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