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The Race Change in Ancient Italy (E. Martin)

The Race Change in Ancient Italy (E. Martin)

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All the textbooks observe this tremendous change of attitude and temperament in the Roman people between the 3rd century B.C. and the 3rd century A.D., but few of them treat the question at any length. It just doesn’t occur to them to find the answer. However, the major historians now realize what caused this change in temperament! To be truthful, there was hardly a temperament change (or at best only a slight one). It wasn’t the temperament that changed — it was the race...!
All the textbooks observe this tremendous change of attitude and temperament in the Roman people between the 3rd century B.C. and the 3rd century A.D., but few of them treat the question at any length. It just doesn’t occur to them to find the answer. However, the major historians now realize what caused this change in temperament! To be truthful, there was hardly a temperament change (or at best only a slight one). It wasn’t the temperament that changed — it was the race...!

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THE RACE CHANGEIN ANCIENT ITALY!
 
300 B. C. and 300 A. D.
ERNEST L. MARTIN (c. 1966)
Reprint/Format/Layout: Freetoshare Publications, 2010For inquiry, email at:freetosharepublications@gmail.com
 
 
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hy was Simon Magus and his Gnostic teachings so readilyaccepted in Rome? Why did the ancient cool tempered and secular mindedRomans come to accept an Oriental and emotional religious teaching,which was seemingly so foreign to their nature?All the textbooks observe this tremendous change of attitude andtemperament in the Roman people between the 3rd century B.C. and the3rd century A.D., but few of them treat the question at any length. It justdoesn’t occur to them to find the answer. However, the major historiansnow realize what caused this change in temperament! To be truthful, therewas hardly a temperament change (or at best only a slight one). It wasn’tthe temperament that changed —
it was the race
! Simon Magus, in goingto Rome, came amongst his own type of people — they were basicallyChaldeans, Syrians, Phoenicians, and Samaritans, with only a very smallLatin minority. Italy, by the first century of our era, was in reality, Shemiticcountry. The evidence to support the truth of this assertion is beyondreproof.The knowledge of this
change of race
not only helps us in explainingwhy the Roman populace accepted Simon Magus, but even moreimportantly
 IT HISTORICALLY CONFIRS BIBLICAL PROPHECIES
! TheBible states that the Babylon of prophecy is modern Rome. Many peopleaccept this Biblical indication merely as a symbol, but it is far from being asymbol, it is literal — actual! Old Babylon was destroyed; the Chaldeansleft Mesopotamia; the land turned into a desert but where did theseBabylonians go? The records of history show them today, primarily, inItaly! It is thus important to us that we have this evidence before us. Theevidence is not only interesting from a historical point of view,
but it showsthat Bible prophecy is again proved to be right after all
!

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