Submerged Violet Race

From: Ernest Moyer
To: Preston Thomas <>
Date: 7/26/2012 4:33:36 PM
Subject: Re: Jewish Contribution

I learned long ago that the style of the Urantia Papers is to offer phraseology in modern vernacular. It strikes as easy on the ear. But here and there they will drop a suggestive item to pique our curiosity. Or, stated differently, the Revelators do not do our work for us. It is up to us to probe the secrets of antiquity (and spiritual matters as well).
I already gave you the secret about the "red" color. I use the word "red" but a more certain color designation would be "ruddy." It was noted in David's "ruddy" description. You can see it in the pictures I sent you of Rahotep and Nofret (3000 BC).
Go back to the Revelatory clue:
P.514 - 4 12. Moses, the emancipator of a remnant of the submerged violet race and the instigator of the revival of the worship of the Universal Father under the name of "The God of Israel."
Moses lived about 1400 BC?? That would have been 500 years after Abraham.
The "submerged violet race" might mean that the people of Israel at the time of  Moses still carried substantial skin color that came from Adam, and IF David retained the "ruddy" appearance about 1000 BC, that would place the distinctive skin color down another 500 years. The tomb drawings from the Rasenna (Etruscans) 750 BC carry that still further down into our time. (Note here that I do not discuss the origins of the Rasenna.)
The important aspect to this genetic trait is that substantial portions of the Adamic skin color carried on down well into historic times, but virtually ignored by modern historians.
The question now before us is how the ancients regarded this skin color. How widespread was it? If the "submerged violet race" was descended from the tribes of Israel, then Abraham, by physical necessity, must have been a forefather to these people. Hence he had the same skin color, but perhaps even more pronounced.
You know, Preston, we are not using our heads!

----- Original Message -----
From: Preston Thomas
To: Ernest Moyer
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2012 12:45 PM
Subject: Re: Jewish Contribution

Yes, I am enjoying your ideas and waiting to see where you are going with them. This is the first I have heard of Abraham being red in appearance. Isn't he descended from the (mixed) violet race? Is David's ruddy appearance the only evidence of this red tint? Where do you get the idea that "The earlier people of Israel, at the time of Abraham, were noted for their red color."?