Rome – The Spirit’s World First Attempt of a Society to Enlighten the World

rome-spqrRome – “Compared with its forerunners and successors, the glorious tradition of the Roman family entailed the most sublime respect for the heroic virtues of the wife and a full understanding of the duties of the husband” (On the Way to the Light, 2011, p. 101).

Rome was founded at the urging of the Spirit world. Emmanuel describes the founding of Rome;
“Tormented and vexed by repeated battles with the Gauls, the Etruscans decided to take up a new life, and guided indirectly by messengers from the Invisible World, a large portion of them settled in the future Rome, which at that time was nothing but a village of simple unprotected hovels” (On the Way to the Light, 2011, p. 98).

Map-roman-empireDuring the republican era of Rome’s history it became a great power. The dominating authority of the entire Mediterranean Sea. The Spirit world envisioned Rome growing by spreading its good practices and bringing a civilized aspect to their nearby nations.

As we all know, Rome became an aggressive empire. Intent on gaining territory, wealth, and domination of all around it. As with people, even for countries, all actions haveKindleCover re-actions.

Learn more about Spiritism and the prophecies that have been presented to us by reading, 51 Disclosures from Spiritism – The 3rd Revelation.

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