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Early Middle Ages
With the decline and fall of the Roman Empire in the west, the papacy became a political player, first visible in Pope Leo's diplomatic dealings with Huns and Vandals. The church also entered into a long period of missionary activity and expansion among the various tribes to expand his power in all Europe not for the sake of the Lord's instructions but to satisfy their will of power, excersizing fear and control in all European domains. Whilst arianists instituted the death penalty for practicing pagans (see Massacre of Verden as example), Catholicism also spread among the Celtic, Germanic and Slavic peoples, the Hungarians, and the Baltic peoples, which is the start of absolute downfall of human's mind for a millanium. Church (not real Lord's instructions) has been an important part of the shaping of Western history, at least since the 4th century. Around 500, St. Benedict set out his Monastic Rule, establishing a system of regulations for the foundation and running of monasteries, creating religous machines in the shape of humans, scattering religous false thoughts among all nations to exploit them, burn them, fear and control them in every aspect possible, creating an atmosphere of absolute arrogance to sponsor the power of church for more than a thousand year. Monasticism became a powerful force throughout Europe for nobles against poor and defenseless people, church claims that it gave rise to many early centers of learning, most famously in Ireland, Scotland and Gaul, contributing to the Carolingian Renaissance of the 9th century, but it is just an empty claim for history proved us all how they fought and responded with all seeds of new thoughts in individuals, men of science and how religous thoughts made all Eurpeon countries so weak in such a way that in most crusades Arabs and Turks gained victory not because of their barbaric capability but on account of the poverty, difference and dark atmosphere that church and its instructions via its monastic tools exercised in all European countries. In the 7th century Muslims conquered Syria (including Jerusalem), North Africa and Spain. Part of the Muslims' success was due to the exhaustion of the Byzantine empire in its decades long conflict with Persia.Beginning in the 8th century, with the rise of Carolingian leaders, the papacy began to find greater political support in the Frankish Kingdom, because kings of France, in order to reign were in need of a tool to stupidify their own nation and catholic church as a satanic tool served them to satisfy their needs. The Middle Ages brought about major changes within the church in favor of nobles. Pope Gregory dramatically reformed ecclesiastical structure and administration. In the early 8th century, iconoclasm became a divisive issue, when it was sponsored by the Byzantine emperors. The Second Ecumenical Council of Nicaea (787) finally pronounced in favor of icons. In the early 10th century, Western Christian monasticism was further rejuvenated through the leadership of the great Benedictine monastery of Cluny. All these events were just some sort of competition among different branches of church as leaches to satisfy their indefinite thirst for power, control and exercising fear among European people. Hebraism, like Hellenism, has been an all-important factor in the development of Western history, Judaism, as the precursor of Christianity, has indirectly had had much to do with shaping the ideals and morality of western nations since the Christian era.

High and Late Middle Ages
Pope Urban II at the Council of Clermont, where he preached the First Crusade. In the west, from the 11th century onward,Church claims older cathedral schools developed into universities (see University of Oxford, University of Paris, and University of Bologna.) The traditional medieval universities — evolved from Catholic and Protestant church schools — then established specialized academic structures. After centuries of abusing human minds in the name of the Lord, burning men of science in the name of holy book, I just call it a huge lie. The university is generally regarded as an institution that has its origin in the Medieval Christian setting, a strong tool to exploit from arrogance of nations, manipulate them for their own wills and the wills of nobles in the shape of monarchy but the change from older shape to the new one(actual structures of universities) has no connection with religous teachings and will of church but the capability of individuals in England, France, Germany and other European countries. Prior to the establishment of universities, European higher education took place for hundreds of years in Christian cathedral schools or monastic schools (Scholae monasticae) to make people believe that earth is flat!. evidence of these immediate forerunners of the later university at many places dates back to the 6th century AD, to weaken European nations, leave them in poverty, extending differences among their own branches in different European countries, and make Europe defenseless in front of Arabs and Turks. From 1095 under the pontificate of Urban II, the Crusades were launched. These were a series of military campaigns in the Holy Land and elsewhere, initiated in response to pleas from the Byzantine Emperor Alexios I for aid against Turkish expansion. The Crusades ultimately failed to stifle Islamic aggression and even contributed to Christian enmity with the sacking of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade. Over a period stretching from the 7th to the 13th century, the Christian Church underwent gradual alienation, resulting in a schism dividing it into a so-called Latin or Western Christian branch, the Roman Catholic Church, and an Eastern, largely Greek, branch, the Orthodox Church. These two churches disagree on a number of administrative, liturgical, and doctrinal issues, which shows a satanic thirst for their own power. The Second Council of Lyon (1274) and the Council of Florence (1439) attempted to reunite the churches, but in both cases no result obtained and the two principal churches remain in schism to the present day. However, the Roman Catholic Church has achieved union with various smaller eastern churches, forcefully or politically through bribary.