Saturday, November 19, 2011

Where In The Scriptures can we find: King Genseric Of The Vandals and The Sacking Of Rome?

A map of: Genseric's Vandal Empire.
Are King Genseric [ Ruler Of: The Alans And Vandals ] and The Sacking Of Rome [ That Occurred In 455 AD ] ever mentioned within The Sacred Scriptures? After all, if The Bible is ' Truly A Book Of Prophecy '... and if, it factually references The Major Historical Events... then, The Sacking Of Rome By The Vandals - by the people for whom " Vandalism " was actually coined - would have undoubtedly been recorded somewhere within its prophetical pages. Don't you think so? I sure do....

So, Where In The Scriptures does it actually mention: Genseric The Vandal and The Sacking Of Rome?

In Daniel Chapter 11, It Says:
" Then The King Of The South [ Pharoah Within Egypt ] shall become strong [ Will Rise Up Among The Seleucids ], as well as one of his [ Alexander The Great's ] princes [ Julius Caesar ]; and he [ Julius Caesar ] shall gain power over him [ Pharoah Within Egypt ] and have dominion [ Political Control ]. His dominion [ Combined Kingdom ] shall be a great dominion [ Including Many Numerous Peoples ].
Princess/Queen Cleopatra.
And at the end of some years [ After A Period Of Time ], they [ Pharoah and Caesar ] shall join forces [ Through An Arranged Political Marriage ], for The Daughter Of The King Of The South [ Princess Cleopatra ] shall go to The King Of The North [ Julius Caesar ] to make an agreement  [ Between Their Two Kingdoms ]; but she shall not retain the power of her authority [ Provided To Her Through This Marriage ], and neither he [ Julius Caesar ] nor his authority shall stand [ For He Will Be Murdered Upon The Steps Of The Roman Senate]; but she shall be given up [ To Her Own Death Also ], with those who brought her [ The Private Forces Of Caesar ], and with him who begot her [ Her Father The Pharoah ], and with him who strengthened her in those times [ Mark Antony ]. " - Daniel 11:5-6.

Now, I know what you're thinking... what does, ' The Marriage Of Julius Caesar to Princess Cleopatra VII Philopator ' invariably have to do with, King Genseric's Sacking Of Rome? Actually, a whole lot... since, King Genseric - whose actual lineage is largely uncertain to our own modern historians - was [ factually ] a direct descendant of Queen Cleopatra! And the true importance of that fact, will be established in The Prophet Daniel's very next verses.

Daniel Chapter 11, Then Continues:
King Genseric's sacking of Rome
" But from a branch of her [ Queen Cleopatra's ] roots [ Her Own Physical Descendants ] one shall arise [ King Genseric - Born In 389 AD ] in his place [ The Kingdom Of The Vandals ], who shall come with an army [ Into The Land Of Italy ], enter the fortress of The King Of The North [ The City Of Rome ], and deal with them [ Upon Land And Sea ] and prevail [ As Master Of The Western Mediterranean ].
And he [ King Genseric Of The Vandals] shall also carry their gods captive to Egypt, with their princes and their precious articles of silver and gold; and he [ King Genseric - A Descendant Of Pharoah Ptolemy XII Auletes ] shall continue many more years [ King Genseric Died In 477 AD ] than The King Of The North [  Caesar Valentinian III - Who Died In 455 AD ]. " - Daniel 11:7-8.

Isn't it simply amazing, how These Prophecies Of Daniel Chapter 11 were fulfilled right down to the letter - in extremely exacting detail? What's more amazing, however, is that these passages pertaining to: Queen Cleopatra and King Genseric Of The Alans And Vandals -  are just two historical footnotes within in a much longer spanning Book Of Prophecy. In fact, The Prophecies Of Daniel Chapter 11 actually represent ' 2500 Years Of Western Human History ' written completely in advance of its: Factual and Historically Verifiable Occurrence!

But, even more importantly, The Last Six Verses Of Daniel Chapter 11 - regarding: " The Fourth Seal Of Revelation " - still haven't happened yet.... Perhaps, you should [ actually ] read it?

Ahava and Shalom.

May Yahweh's Own: Love and Peace - be upon you!


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