[Our Lady Of Guadalupe: And The Conquest Of Darkness] E–pub ☆ Warren H. Carroll
I give this book 4 stars and not 5 because although this book is filled with many fascinating historical facts I do not agree with everything filled with many fascinating historical facts I do not agree with everything Warren H Carroll includes in his book For example he seems to agree with the Dr Callahan s conclusion that certain arts of the image on the tilma such as the sunburst stars etc of Our Lady of Guadalupe were made by human Contrary to Callahan s conclusion that certain arts of the image were made by human hands the evidence available today otherwise I would recommend watching this video by Brother Peter Dimond for info about the tilma and many of its miraculous aspectsThe Amazing and Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe There are other things that Warren says that reveal an attitude of are other things that Warren says that reveal an attitude of for what is allowable according to Traditional Catholicism Unfortunately Warren H Carroll was not a Catholic He denied that the Catholic faith is necessary for salvation Please see this video for informationWhy Historian Warren H Carroll was not a Catholic Carroll indeed is a historian and his summary of extensive research makes for a notable read on the background to Guadalupe His wit and commentary come through only after he has established the history His erspective is rimarily from the viewpoint of the evangelization of a new culture to the truth of Christianity and it is fascinating Carroll is the founder of a Catholic university so don t mind silly comments about his identity Nevermind if you are a Catholic a Protestant or neither Are you against human sacrifices and for human rights Well then get rid of your rejudices and read this book It is time that our young folk at college start getting the facts right if not at college then through the original sources This book is a summary of the Conuest De obotliga optimisternas klubb physical spiritual of Mexico by the Catholic kingdom of Spain Whether you like it or not not is not theoint they are facts History is not to be liked or disliked it s ast and there s nothing to do about it Those who consider the Christianization of the Aztecs along with their subjugation to a new eople wrong they ought to tell me what they would have done if they were among the Spaniards of those times I say it s ridiculous to Fatal Dive: Solving the World War II Mystery of the USS Grunion put ourselves in theosition of folks 500 years ago while living in the sedative government subsidized world of today unless you re a hypocrite to dareHow can this excellent historian condense all the adventures and facts of this history in so few Code Name: Silence pages is something that I haven t seen before The result is that not only everyage but every line and every word is Und Schuf Mir Einen Götzen: Lehrjahre Eines Kommunisten precisely chosen andlaced I am savoring every age of it going back and re reading to fully grasp the implication of the scenes describedMr Warren H Carroll s Catholicism doesn t diminish the accuracy or objectivity of this account we are talking History not olitics or religion and Mr Carroll is a historian of top notch uality He uses Aztec as well as Spanish sources that either were themselves witnesses or recuperate testimonies from witnesses Mr Carroll knows the contemporary accounts of the Conuest and he specially uses the version by Salvador de Madariaga if anybody knows him he can be reassured of his ualified status among historiansFacts In 1487 during the rule of a Tlacaellel among the Aztecs and when he was 89 years old he dedicated the new Margery Meets the Roses pyramid temple in the center of Tenochtitlan He dedicated with the greatest mass sacrifice of his reign The sacrifice went on for 4 days and 4 nights killing 80000eople from the hostile rovinces and the swollen ranks of slavery It took only 15 seconds to kill each victim they were that expertThose re Marxists. Standard histories on the Age of Colonization tell a sad story of the ills inflicted on indigenous The Wapshot Scandal peoples by exploitative Westernowers. .
And socialists of yesteryear killed about 50000 folk a year Do our college rofessors and minority rights advocates consider this a legitimate Dark Alchemy (Dark Alchemy, part of their ancient cultureThere s many many amazing and elouent stories to be read here But I want to finish by mentioning Mr Carroll soint about how the Conuest of Mexico and by extension of all Hispanic America got a bad name I bet the hypocrite rogressists of our anti American campuses know well Fray Bartolom de Las Casas This monk would become such an advocate of all the Indians that he tried to retend that the horrors of human sacrifice in Mexico were only a tiny fraction of what they actually were there can never be an obligation to stand by while thousands of innocent Die fremde Stadt: Breslau nach 1945 people are being killed because of state or religiousolicy if one has the ower and the means to revent it without causing still greater evils Says the author of this little book and I agree although this is still in our day a great debateBut I recommend this great book also because it is one of the greatest stories in human history condensed and viewed from a very interesting The Dreamer Wakes (The Story of the Stone point of view specially if you believe that God knows it all and that nothing falls short of Hislan If so one has to start accepting that Cort s had something than talent and courage to account for in order to take over such an immense empire Could it be that God was with him A bunch of coincidences and fortunes kept the conuistadors alive and winning against all imaginable odds maybe God really answered their Rivers Last Longer prayersAnd every time the conuistadors arrived somewhere and established themselves the Cross had always to beresent and the name of Christ in there lips ready to shield them from evil This man Cort s may not have been a saint or even a good Christian nobody can say but there is no doubt that he trusted the Lord for his rotection and that he rocured with all his heart and sincerity to abolish idols and human sacrificesIf Cort s had always been a hero to me now I see him in a new and even favorable lightWhen Cortes was beaten out of the Aztec capital during the Night of Sorrow he sought refuge among the Tlaxcalans a The Eat-Clean Diet Cookbook: Great-Tasting Recipes that Keep You Lean! people who were enemies of the Aztecs Then Blind old chief Xicotencatl and his fellow chiefs greeted Cort s with these words Oh Malinche Malinche how sorry we are about your misfortunes and that of your brothers and the many of our owneople who have been killed along with yours Now it has happened and no can be done at Witchcraft for Tomorrow present but to attend you and give you food YOU ARE AT HOME REST AND SOON WE WILL GO TO OUR TOWN AND PUT YOU UP Do not think Malinche that it was a little thing to escape with your lives from that strong city with its bridges I tell you that IF BEFORE WE TOOK YOU TO BE VERY BRAVE NOW WE TAKE YOU TO BE MUCH MORE SOAll indigenous Mexicans should read this story and think for themselves if it was worth it Actually they have done so for only leftists andhony intellectuals retending to be the rotectors of their rights still wish they kept their cults of death and darkness I m just starting this book now A delightful and well written little Every Catholic should read it A good account of the conuest on The Aztec S By Aztec s Spanish This book gives a fair representation of the facts It does not whitewash the atrocities committed by the Spanish after conuering Mexico City It also states clearly the horrific accounts of the almost constant human sacrifices The Wedding Redux practiced by the Aztecs Any nation which willingly mass sacrifices it seople in that horrid manner needs to have intervention This book also gives account of the apparition of Our Lady to Juan Diego It gives compellin. This book offers a realistic corrective The Spanish conuest of the New World is shown vividly in its fervor and exuberance but most impo. G evidence as to the event occurring and the resulting 9 million baptisms which followed Our Lady of Guadalupe is truly the Patroness of all the Americas Though many conventional historians of Mexico today refer not to mention Our Lady of Guadalupe or at least not at the oint in time when she appeared it should be self evident that this immense surge of baptisms beginning in 1532 these millions of Indians suddenly seeking out the sacrament of Christian initiation with an overwhelming desire even when not in contact with the missionaries when most of them had reviously held back despite the Best Efforts Of The efforts of the and the Bootie and the Beast prestige of the conuerors derivedrimarily from the impact of the apparition and the ortrait once news of them had spread throughout the land during the course of the year 1532 105 106 Our Lady of Guadalupe Pray for us Wonderful book Very true to Warren Carroll s style lots of historical facts I was expecting this book to be mostly about the apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe however the first 34 of the book was about the conversion of Mexico the Aztecs and the wars between Cortes and Montezuma I still enjoyed this book and learned so much Hindsight the author was setting the stage for the timing of Our Lady s appearance to Juan Diego The culture HAD to change in order for the eople s #hearts to be open to such a special blessing from above Cortes aved the way for the missionaries War had #to be open to such a special blessing from above Cortes The Art of Mary Beth Edelson paved the way for the missionaries War had happen beforeeace could come As with most contemporary history courses they aint most Catholic historical figures in a bad light Carroll does an excellent job setting the record straight He neither idealizes Cortes nor belittles his historical significance The chapters about the apparition and Juan Diego are moving I highly recommend Good book Warren Carroll is a very levelheaded author who gives history s characters their due if they ve done wrong they ve done wrong If they haven t done wrong he corrects the modern narrative against truth Get this book while you still can Why be satisfied with leftist anti Western accounts of the conuest of Mexico Case in oint How often do you hear that the Aztecs were conuered by the Spanish Well I suppose they were and the author DOES criticize the Spanish when needed But that doesn t tell the whole story In the end what is now Mexico City was conuered by a mere 1000 Spaniards with the help of a staggering 150000 native allies who were obviously tired of Aztec oppression and exploitation Read the book and you ll find out what their grievances were in graphic detail Carol s knack for revealing God in history really shines through This would make a spectacular movie Just think about it In what was Motivational Perspectives on Chronic Pain possibly the most monumental moment in history the two halves of the world finally met The climax was when Cortes and Montezuma representatives of the mostowerful empires on either side of the Atlantic met face to face the one suspecting the other of being a god and the fulfillment of ancient rophecies You can t make that stuff up In the end as often happens in such ivotal moments in history the Mother of God appears None Like Him: 10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing) pointing the way back to her son in a violent world This is a one of kind historical account of the religious human sacrificeractices of the Puta paganistic of the MexicaAztecas The author makes the sound Catholic argument that these were Satanisticractices which were battled by the arriving Spanish friars and 伝説の勇者の伝説 5 出来心の後始末 priests The author weaves a flawless tale of this darkeriod to the baptism of millions of new Christians who joined the Catholic Church I found this book an amazing Killer Games piece of historicalcutural research an an excellent narrativ. Rtantly with its central evangelical and civilizing impulse that transformed the Americas from savagery into a centralart of Christendo.