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Originally posted by daddio
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
One quick question, I have read the post and it IS, as usual for you, quite fantastic and very complete, would you have this in book form?
I have several friends who are history teachers and I would like to get them a copy of this post. Great work again, will be back.
Originally posted by dashar
Awesome work Proto.
It don't get any better than this.
ps, have you read the Priesthood of the isles pdf by maxwell
Originally posted by oneiros
That was fantastic.
I (and I'm sure several others) would love if you'd post this as a pdf or text document somewhere where it's easily downloaded or copy 'n' pasted.
I also think you may be well served to keep compiling your research and expanding this with more detail. If you're at 35 pages already, once you add some more details and cite sources you're already at a 100 page book. Kick it off to Lulu!
Originally posted by undo
okay so if rome concocted all this, what do you make of the fact the enlightenment period resulted in throwing out all ancient historical books, labelling them all fairy tales (including the bible), and the remaking of history based on dates of the reigns of pharaohs in dynastic egypt? why would rome, deliberately sabotage its religious empire? how did it manage to bury sumerian cuneiform cylinder seals under 8 foot of flood silt from the black sea flood, so that when they were dug up, they would substantiate the ancient world as depicted in the old testament and pseudopipgraphical texts?
it just doesn't make sense. you realize how much ancient history we're talking about?
Originally posted by monkeykillingmonkey
Wow S & F for you man. Amazing thread, thank you for putting in the time to compile all this information. Quite a bit different from the history of Rome I learned back in highschool, maybe one day my grandchildren will be learning this history of Rome. Eh probably not
i understand that you disagree with rome, and many people of faith, of various kinds of faith, also disagree with rome. in fact, there's an entire branch of prophecy in the biblical texts, dedicated to the subject of rome and its downfall (and not just pagan rome, but also the looks like a lamb, speaks like a dragon, offspring, iron mixed with clay). yet you claim the book is concocted by romans? why would they forecast their own demise?