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Vesuvius detroying Pompeii is a fulfillment Fire in Rome Destroys the Temples of Roman gods in 80 AD https://www.conservapedia.com/Pompeii http://omeka.wellesley.edu/piranesi-rome/exhibits/show/discovery-of-pompeii-and-hercu/founding-pompeii The mainstream narrative is that Pompeii was destroyed in 79 AD. The Naples/Pompeii port was the gateway to ancient Rome. As such its destruction signaled that of the expected apocalyptic FALL of Rome itself–both as a city and an empire. https://ehrmanblog.org/does-revelation-contain-an-eyewitness-account-of-the-eruption-of-mount-vesuvius-guest-post-by-james-tabor/ Witnessed by Pliny the Younger The morning of the first day was perceived as normal by the only eyewitness to leave a surviving document, Pliny the Younger The only surviving eyewitness account of the event consists of two letters by Pliny the Younger to the historian Tacitus.[6] Pliny the Younger describes, amongst other things, the last days in the life of his uncle, Pliny the Elder. Discovered and excavated in 1748 by Roque Joaquin de Alcubierre. 1514 - Abrovio Leone published book "De Nova" with a map with Pompei as a standing city. 1570 - Abraham Ortelius published the Regni Napolitani showing Pompei as a standing city 1575 - Anotnio LaFerre - map showing pompei as a city 1603 - Philip Cluver - map of italy, shows Pompeii as a city 1633 - Giovanni Battista Mascolo - claimed to have witnessed the eruption of Vesuvius and the destruction of Pompeii Art in the frescoes of Pompei shows pineapples, which did not exist in Pompei, until the 16th century when Christopher Columbus brought them in trade. Satan Unbound (Full Documentary) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHCq5JMGKW0 (see timecode 6:07) https://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/pompeii.htm https://hiddenunseen.blogspot.com/2011/12/pompeii-buried-sin-city.html Pastor of Hermas, Elucidations (https://www.tertullian.org/fathers2/ANF-02/anf02-55.htm) In Pompeii, one finds lamps and other vessels marked by heathenish devices, some of them gross and revolting. Tertullian "no Christians lived in Pompeii when it was destroyed"

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