Medieval Torture Devices

There are no hello’s this time. No comments to be said, only facts to be read.

I was reading this article, of torturing devices in the medieval times.

I think half the time I was moaning and groaning from the atrocity. Of course I have heard of most of them before… But reading about them in detail, engaging yourself in the happenings and possibly placing yourself at those times… Or even trying to imagine how it could feel… Unimaginable. The Iron Maiden?! Mercy. 😦 Or the Pear Anguish or Breast Ripper? I had never heard of the latter one before. I wouldn’t call those torture devices. Torturing is to cause pain in order to extract information. Not to have the victim slowly die of excruciating pain and anguish. Those are fatal devices. :/

On a brighter note (article), here are 5 innovations that won the Edison award πŸ™‚ The i-Limb Hand sounds remarkable… What science can do… Just like anything else, science can be used for miracles, and can be used for destruction and death. Just as a simple knife.

I believe I did quite well on my exam today! πŸ˜€ Woot!! Hopefully I am not too far off. πŸ˜›

I remembered “The Battle” from the Narnia soundtrack, and it’s really a beautiful song. So, I will end this with this musical note that ignites the imagination and sparks fire into souls !Β  Hats off to Harry Gregson-Williams! πŸ˜€

i-LIMB Handi

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2 thoughts on “Medieval Torture Devices

  1. Estelle says:

    Yay for you!!! πŸ˜€
    Woot Woot! (lol that reminds me of an owl XD)

    Thanks for the music peace Chicky! It is indeed beautiful πŸ˜€

    I’ll read through the links but not now. Maybe tonight? We’ll see πŸ˜€

    • Thank you !!! πŸ˜€ Hopefully I have only two more left for now. xD

      My pleasure! πŸ™‚ I am happy when someone enjoys/benefits from what I put. πŸ˜€

      Read them when you have a bit of time or want a break. πŸ˜‰ They are interesting!

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