Blood Feud Maps – Europe

Europe Europe: Rome – Greece The fifth century BC was known for the Greco-Persian wars that continued all the way to the rise of Alexander in 323 BC. These wars were a perfect fit for the mercenary Edomites, who were known as fierce sword-wielding warriors. The descendants of Esau were conscripted and recruited into these armies, spreading Esau’s blood from Israel east to Persia (Iran) and north to Lebanon, Syria, Turkey (Chazars), and Russia/Ukraine (Scythians). The Edomite soldiers then sailed, along with the Assyrians, to Greece and Rome. The ancient Jews called Rome “Bosra,” a form of the word Bozrah, the first Edomite capital in Seir. The nineteenth century theologian and Bible scholar Adam Clarke, in his commentary on Isaiah 34:5-8 quotes medieval rabbi David Kimchi, “Kimchi says, “This chapter points out the future destruction of Rome, which is here called Bosra; for Bosra was a great city of the Edomites. “ Now the major part of the Romans are Edomites, who profess the law of Jesus. The Emperor Caesar was an Edomite, and so were all the emperors after him. “For My sword shall be bathed in heaven; indeed it shall come down on Edom, and on the people

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