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inarticulate.adjective
uttered without the use of normal words or syllables; incomprehensible as speech or language (a cry that sank down into an inarticulate whine); unable to speak; speechless (inarticulate with astonishment); going unexpressed (inarticulate sorrow); unable to speak with clarity or eloquence (an inarticulate debater who caused confusion); going unexpressed (inarticulate feelings of the heart
Biology: not having joints or segments
inarticulately.adverb
inarticulateness or inarticulacy.noun

inauspicious.adjective
not favorable; not auspicious
inauspiciously.adverb
inauspiciousness.noun

inviolable.adjective
secure from violation; unable to violate; impregnable to assault or trespass; invincible (fortifications that made the ancient castle inviolable)
inviolably.adverb
inviolability or inviolableness.nouns
inviolate.adjective
not violated or profaned; intact
inviolacy.or.inviolateness.noun
inviolately.adverb

inviable.adjective
unable to survive or develop normally (an inviable newborn calf); not viable
inviability.noun

imperative.adjective
If it is imperative that something is done, that thing is extremely important and must be done; an imperative is a verb in the base form that is used, usually without a subject, in an imperative clause
imperative.noun,.plural.imperatives
expressing a command or plea; peremptory.(requests that grew more and more imperative); having the power or authority to command or control (who has the imperative on this project?); impossible to deter or evade; pressing (imperative needs of the homeless); urgent; meaning in Grammar
imperative.noun
a command; an order; an obligation; a duty (social imperatives); a rule, a principle or an instinct that compels a certain behavior (a people driven to aggression by territorial imperatives)
imperatively.adverb
imperativeness.noun

infamous.adjective
having an exceedingly bad reputation; notorious; causing or deserving infamy (disgrace); heinous (an infamous deed)
infamously.adverb
infamousness.noun

infamy.noun,.plural.infamies
evil fame or reputation; the condition of being infamous; disgrace

interminable.adjective
being or seeming to be without an end; endless; continual; tiresomely long; wearisome
interminably.adverb
interminability.noun

incest.noun
sexual relations between persons who are so closely related that their marriage is illegal or forbidden by custom; the statutory crime of sexual relations with such a near relative
incestuous.adjective
of, involving or suggestive of incest; having committed incest
incestuously.adverb
incestuousness.noun

inappreciable.adjective
too small to be noticed or make a significant difference; negligible (inappreciable fluctuations in temperature)
inappreciably.adverb

intestine.noun,.plural.intestines
the portion of the alimentary canal extending from the stomach to the anus and, in human beings and mammals, consisting of two segments, the small intestine and the large intestine

inclement.adjective
stormy (inclement weather); showing no clemency; unmerciful
inclemently.adverb
inclemency.noun

irreducible.adjective
impossible to reduce to a desired, simpler or smaller form or amount (irreducible burdens)
irreducibly.adverb
irreducibility or irreducibleness.noun

intangible.adjective
incapable of being perceived by the senses; incapable of being realized or defined
intangible, intangibility or intangibles, intangibleness.nouns
something intangible, especially an asset that cannot be perceived by the senses; often used in the plural.(intangibles such as goodwill and dedication) 
intangibly.adverb

inveigh, inveighed, inveighing, inveighs.intransitive verbs
to give vent to angry disapproval; protest vehemently; to attack with words; inveigh against; to carry in against
inveigher.noun

indefatigable.adjective
incapable or seemingly incapable of being fatigued; tireless
indefatigability.or.indefatigableness.noun
indefatigably.adverb

interlude.noun,.plural.interludes
an intervening episode, feature or period of time

inter, interred, interring, inters.transitive verbs
to place in a grave or tomb; bury

intern.noun,.plural.interns
an advanced student or a recent graduate undergoing supervised practical training; one who is interned; an internee
interned, interning, interns.verbs
intransitive verb use.to train or serve as an intern
transitive verb use.to confine
internship.noun

internal.adjective
of.or.relating to or located within the limits or surface; inner; residing in or dependent on essential.nature; intrinsic (the internal contradictions of the evolutionary theory); located, acting or effective within the body; of or relating to mental or spiritual nature; of or relating to the domestic.affairs of a nation, group or business
internally.adverb
internality.noun
internalize, internalized, internalizing, internalizes.transitive verbs
to make internal, personal or subjective; to take in and make an integral part of one's attitudes or beliefs (had internalized the cultural values of the French after three years of living in Paris)
internalization.noun

illustrious.adjective
well known and very distinguished; eminent; noted
illustriously.adverb
illustriousness.noun

illustrate, illustrated, illustrating, illustrates.verbs
transitive verb use.to clarify, as by use of examples or comparisons; to clarify by serving as an example or comparison; to provide a publication with explanatory or decorative.features
intransitive verb use.to present a clarification, an example or an explanation
illustratable.adverb
illustrator.noun
illustration.noun
an illustration is an example that clarifies or explains (the teacher provided an illustration of the word in context; gave an illustration of her courage); the act of clarifying or explaining; the state of being clarified or explained; material used to clarify or explain; an example
illustrational.adjective

injunction.noun,.plural.injunctions
the act or an instance of enjoining; a command, a directive or an order
Law: a court order prohibiting a party from a specific course of action
injunctive.adjective

Inquisition.
The Inquisition aka Spanish Inquisition was established in 1478 A.D. to deal with what was determined to be the problem of the Marranos, those who converted to Christianity in Spain.

"Prior to this, attempts at controlling the mind and actions of the people by judicial institution (an earlier Inquisition, circa 12th century, which also was to put fear into peoples' hearts), established by the papacy in the Middle Ages, was charged with seeking out, trying and sentencing persons guilty of heresy. The Inquisition properly so called did not come into existence until 1231, with the constitution Excommunicamus of Pope Gregory IX. By his action the pope lessened the bishops' responsibility for orthodoxy, placed inquisitors under the special jurisdiction of the papacy and established severe penalties. The office of inquisitor was entrusted almost exclusively to the Franciscans and especially, the Dominicans,

From 1522 A.D. to 1834, the Inquisition was a tribunal held in the Roman Catholic Church and directed at the suppression of what they regarded as heresy. An Index of Forbidden Books, books the Catholics deemed dangerous to faith and morals was published. Catholics were forbidden under penalty of excommunication to possess, read, sell or transmit any literature listed on the index without first obtaining permission. It was published in 1559 during the papacy of Pope Paul IV. The last edition of the index was published in 1948. The church announced in 1966 that no new editions would be published and that the existing list was not binding."....comprised with Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

The Inquisition was an investigation that violates the privacy and rights of individuals. It was a totalitarian.scheme of cruelty and hate to wipe out what they thought to be religious competition and gain control. The Pharisees in the time of Emmanuel had the same attitude:.Matthew 12:39. The dark side never sleeps.

An example of the brutality of those using the name Christian for their atrocities from the book.Fox's Book of Martyrs. These were as far away from living the spiritual meaning of the name Christian in their actions as one could possibly get.

Atrocities against Christians began a long time before, in 36 A.D., soon after the crucifixion and resurrection of Emmanuel in 33 A.D. These carried on through the centuries, intensifying with the formalization of persecutions begun in 1522. This was called the Inquisition in history.

The Inquistion was established by the papacy in the Middle Ages and was charged with seeking out, trying and sentencing persons they determined to be guilty of heresy.(those who thought different than the established authority, jurisdiction and governmental functions in effect at that time, history having later shown who were the true people of love). Holy Roman Emperor Charles V introduced the Inquisition into the Netherlands in 1522, where it failed to wipe out Protestantism.

The Spanish Inquisition was established with papal approval in 1478 at the request of King Ferdinand V and Queen Isabella I.

It was established in Sicily in 1517, but it was unable to wipe out Protestantism in Naples and Milan. Historians have noted that many lands which had institutions such as the consistory.(an assembly of cardinals presided over by the pope for the promulgation of papal acts) in Geneva, which were as repressive as the Spanish Inquisition in afflicting Protestants.

This Inquisition was to deal with the problem of Marranos, Jews who converted to Christianity. After 1502, it turned its attention to similar converts from Islam and in the 1520s to persons suspected of Protestantism. Within a few years of the founding of the Inquisition, the papacy relinquished virtually all supervision of it to the sovereigns. Thus, the Spanish Inquisition became more an instrument of the state than of the church, although churchmen, especially Dominicans, always functioned as its officers, somewhat behind the scenes.

It was centrally directed by the Supreme Council of the Inquisition, but its procedures were similar to its medieval counterpart. It became in time a byword for cruelty and obscurantism, but its methods were much the same as those of similar inquisitorial institutions in other countries of Europe. The support it received from the Spanish monarchs, especially Philip II, assured that it would have a greater impact on religion, politics and culture than similar inquisitorial institutions elsewhere. This political support enabled Tomás de Torquemada, the first and most notorious grand inquisitor, to execute thousands of reputed heretics.

The grand inquisitor and his tribunal had jurisdiction over local tribunals in colonies such as Mexico and Peru. 

The Inquisition was finally suppressed in Spain in 1834..comprised from Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

The Inquisition was a tool the dark side, mankind's easily influenced to do evil ego, used to fulfil the programming within the collective mass consciousness.(programming we all since the beginning put there, which are mankind's thoughts reflected back in real events). So it is important to learn thoughts of peace because the very attention to them causes them to occur, because the infinite intelligent energy has inherent within it the automatic organizing power to create it. It's the same organizing power that has organized everything from the universe to the myriad functions of the human body, the animals, the plants, etc.

The ego knows the things important to the self and is subject to all the tricks of the dark side to destroy others and/or gain advantage over them by any and all means. Getting us individually to believe that 'we' are separate from 'them', when it is really them and/or us separate from love; when separation is believed the ego can proceed along its life path of selfishness at all costs, leading to the dark side plan of hurtful control of the world:.Jeremiah 44:16,17.

The dark side is easily able to influence those people on the wavelength of death, which is greed, self-concern even to the hurt of others, deceit, not caring for others because of lack of realization that we are all one and are all tied together in the invisible, that is, all one underneath, the 'all one underneath' not realized by those cut off from the connection frequency of love.

Such destroyers, being so out of touch with the Creator are too ignorant to comprehend whatever is done to others comes back sometime later on oneself and with increased severity. They'll eventually wonder, hey, what went wrong, as it all seemed so correct to live the way of our selfish principles and beliefs:.Proverbs 14:12.

It's all a trick of the dark side to con man into destroying man and then sit back and laugh while humans who did things of hurt reap the heartaches they too have sown. The dark side has no compassion. Such are they that can't see their future because they don't even care about things such as intuition, having long ago seered their conscience. These are the devils of the dark side whose plan is for all humans to get destroyed; but hey! that's their job.

There are many beliefs in separation, that Christians are separate from Jews, Jews from Muslims, New Zealanders are separate from Arabs, etc. We all want to live and have the same things, but the dark side has influenced us to believe that we can't all be connected, so we have evil humans and those concerned about higher consciousness, the high consciousness that the evil ones have left off the path from, in spite of many daily promptings to the contrary.

In the meantime some go through this stage of life until a need is seen for a higher consciousness and until it is seen that it's the ego that has made merchandise of others, that it's the ego thoughts we all have had that has affected the universe adversely.

intractable.adjective
difficult to manage; stubborn; unruly; difficult to mold or manipulate (intractable materials); difficult to alleviate, remedy, or cure (intractable issues government often attempts to compromise on)
intractability or intractableness.noun
intractably.adverb

infatuation.noun
if you have an infatuation for a person or thing, you have strong feelings of love or passion for them which make you unable to think clearly or sensibly about them; often a foolish, unreasoning, or extravagant.passion or attraction, an object of extravagant, shortlived passion; having strong feelings of love for someone or a strong interest in something that makes you unable to think in a sensible way
infatuated.adjective
possessed by an unreasoning passion or attraction
infatuatedly.adverb
infatuate, infatuated, infatuating, infatuates.transitive verbs
to inspire with unreasoning love or attachment; to cause to behave foolishly infatuate.adjective

influx.noun
a flowing in: an influx of foreign capital; a mass arrival or incoming (an influx of visitors to the city); large influxes of refugees

impartial.adjective
not partial or biased; unprejudiced; fair
impartiality or impartialness.noun
impartially.adverb

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