The Kolbrin Bible – Ancient Warnings of Modern Threats

Global warming has become a planetary crisis. We sense the worst is yet to come and the ancients tell us similar events have happened before. They’ve seen natural catastrophes we’ve yet to see, and lived through tribulations we’ve yet to endure. This is why they began writing about their experiences 3600 years ago for the benefit of those yet unborn. All this plus their dire prophesies for our near future come to us in the 11 books of The Kolbrin Bible. It is your history. It is your future. Surviving it, is your choice.

The Kolbrin Bible is a substantial Biblical-era wisdom text of immense value to comparative religion scholars, space threat researchers and philosophers. The earliest books of this ancient manuscript were written following the Hebrew Exodus from Egypt. Unlike the Holy Bible and the Koran, however, it offers a view of ancient times that bridges secular and religious thought. It shows the reader how the ancients pooled their teachings together to overcome the worldwide series of catastrophes that spawned the Exodus. It also sends forth clear, urgent warnings of a repeat of those catastrophes from across the millennia to those of us living today. It also teaches us how, as a species, we can survive and overcome them.

The Kolbrin Bible offers a wealth of knowledge for:

COMPARATIVE RELIGION SCHOLARS

The Kolbrin Bible offers invaluable insights through the writing of ancient authors for those seeking a better understanding of their own faith through comparative analysis. This is because it reflects the cutting-edge metaphysical and philosophical thinking of ancient times. Some researchers feel that the early Egyptian texts may have had a direct influence on the teachings of Jesus, given the Bible’s and the Koran’s accounts of his hiding in Egypt as a child.

SPACE THREAT RESEARCHERS

For those concerned about space threats, The Kolbrin Bible offers an accurate description of a massive object called “The Destroyer” which orbits our Sun and is due to return with catastrophic results in the near future. It also correlates to Nostradamus’s “Bearded Star,” Mother Shipton’s “Fiery Dragon” and the “Red Comet” warning of the Mayan Calendar Prophecies.

PHILOSOPHERS

The Kolbrin Bible differs from the Holy Bible and Koran in that it offers a human-centered paradigm consistent with many “New Age” beliefs. The personal accounts in The Kolbrin Bible offer invaluable insights and a time machine journey into the genesis of the early religious and metaphysical thought following the Hebrew Exodus from Egypt. It teaches that we best serve God, the Light behind the Light, by serving one another. Facing obliteration by religious and government officials, these teachings eventually took root throughout ancient Europe and flourished, growing fastest during the beginning of the European Renaissance in the 14th century.

A SIMILAR HISTORY TO THE LIBRARY OF ALEXANDRIA

The parallels between the “sack” of the Library of Alexandria and the near loss of The Kolbrin Bible are of interest to scholars, researchers and philosophers alike.

Founded at the beginning of the 3rd century BCE, the Library of Alexandria was the largest in the world at that time. It was burned during Julius Caesar’s invasion of Alexandria (48 – 47 BCE). According to the Roman Philosopher and author, Aulus Gellius (123 – 169) the “sack” of Alexandria destroyed 700,000 scrolls; the pitiful few that survived only whet our regrets over this tragic loss. Oddly, the same fate nearly befell The Kolbrin Bible.

The Britain Book, the last book in The Kolbrin Bible, states that Joseph of Arimathea, great uncle to Jesus Christ, brought the Egyptian Scrolls with him when he brought the family and friends of Jesus from Judea to Britain. Credible sources state that Joseph founded Glastonbury Abbey in Somerset County, in the southwest of Britain, where the scrolls were stored for safekeeping. However, much of The Kolbrin was lost to an arson fire in 1184. Luckily, some of the original manuscripts were carved into thin bronze sheets, and stored in copper-clad boxes. These bronze sheets became known as The Bronzebook of Britain and were later combined with another collection, The Coelbook, to become The Kolbrin Bible.

WHY THE KOLBRIN IS URGENTLY RELEVANT TO MODERN TIMES

The need to study The Kolbrin Bible is urgent because it warns us of a long period object called “The Destroyer” that is soon to return. The detailed accounts contained in The Kolbrin Bible of the last flyby event are factually prescient and help explain current perturbations in our solar system. More importantly, The Kolbrin Bible offers us new hope by telling us how humanity survived and evolved beyond the last flyby of “The Destroyer.”

Marshall Masters ©2006 All Rights Reserved

Writing Tips: Modern Missions

Richard Hannula authored, Trial and Triumph – Stories from Church History initially for his own children, but many others of all ages find it very helpful. Additionally, I see value in these mini-biographies as great writing prompts.

Students learning to write need to remember to:

  1. Use transition words: transition is like a bridge between two sentences or two paragraphs.

Examples: first, next, finally, obviously, certainly, in addition, while, third, first, finally, last, to begin with, to conclude, unfortunately, notwithstanding, equally important, between, similarly, first of all, on the other hand, consequently, soon, again, farther, hence, equally, therefore, although, further, underneath, thus, as though, however, though, accordingly, moreover, instead of, besides, yet, so that, as a result, otherwise

  1. Avoid contractions, abbreviations and overworked words.

All contractions – such as: she'll, he'd, it's (Easy solution: she will, he would, it is)

Abbreviations – such as: Sept. ok (Easy solution: write the full form)

Dead words such as: get, got, very, nice, you, your, good, just, lots, a lot, well, fine, so, fun, great, every, the end, (Easy solution: substitute with more descriptive language )

Slang: awesome, cool, fine, totally, rad, raspy (Easy solution: substitute with more descriptive language)

Many writing handbooks have lists of words that replace "dead" words with more descriptive words. I found mine in a book that I have had for many years. My internet search did not find Mitzi Merrill in From the Paragraph to Essay, 1988 . Every student should have such a book for reference.

William Carey – Father of Modern Missions – 1761-1834

William Carey, a poor cobbler, sat in his workroom making, not shoes, but a leather globe of the world. With his huge hand drawn world map on the wall and the globe, he prayed for the heathen around the world. He made enough shoes to pay his expenses, but much of the time he preached to people who lived nearby. In spite of this opportunity and the many who believed in Christ, he longed for those around the world to be saved. He lived in a time where many of the churches believed that if God wanted them to be saved, He would do it without Carey's help or anyone else's. Later, Carey began attending a minister's meeting. At the first one, he encouraged the churches to send missionaries. They scoffed at his idea and did nothing. Then in 1791, Carey presented an 87 page paper, An Inquiry Into the Obligation of Christians to Use Means for the Conversion of the Heathen . Again at the next meeting, he preached with great passion, "Expect great things from God; attempt great things for God." Even with the deep moving message, the pastors again held back in fear. William took Andrew Fuller by the arm and pleaded, "Is there nothing again going to be done, sir?" Moved, Fuller spoke passionately to the men who reconsidered and began the progress. One year later, John Thomas and William Carey set sail to India where they began ministering to the Hindi. Six years later two English missionaries, Joshua Marshman and William Ward joined the team in India. God used these men to bring countless people from India to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. As a result, other churches formed missionary societies and began to send out missionaries. On his deathbed at the age of 72, Carey feebly said, "… when I am gone, say nothing about William Carey. Speak about William Carey's Savior."

John Paton – Witness to the Cannibals – 1824-1907

After three years of preaching on Tanna of the New Hebrides, John Paton left because of the danger. These people were cannibals. His wife and firstborn had died in childbirth and even then he had persevered. Then it was time to leave, but after a year, he came back having recruited coworkers. This time he went to the people of Aniwa. They thought he was crazy, especially after a long time of preaching and finally, John dug a well. These unbelieving people had never seen "rain" come from the ground, but when fresh water bubbled up from that well, the Chief asked to preach the next Sunday. Many people of Aniwa heard the Chief testify to his belief in Jehovah God, the God of Missi, as John Paton was called. Nearly all of these people came to Christ. Later, other missionaries went to the South Pacific Islands to preach and many believed. Generations of John Paton's family now serve in South Pacific Islands as missionaries.

Amy Carmichael – Mother to Outcast Children- 1867-1951

As a young child, Amy learned much from her parents regarding her God. She learned to pray; her heart's desire was to have blue eyes instead of brown. God did not give her blue eyes. Later in life she realized why God had given her brown eyes. In his sovereignty, God sent her to work with women in South India. In that country Hinduism and its caste system makes it difficult to live as we do. Amy's brown eyes helped her as she worked with these people who all had brown eyes. Those "breaking caste" by becoming Christians or even working in another field than their family, were in grave danger. Carmichael raised children and testified of God's grace for fifty years. Many books telling of her children remain long after her death at the age of 83. God used Amy Carmichael mightily!

Future Concepts and Modern Advances in Technology; Good or Bad?

Many Humanists and Scientists argue that our technology and civilization is out pacing evolution by a huge margin. They point to our tribalistic, band and small group human history that we survived with for hundreds of thousands of years is no longer anything similar to our modern societies. Indeed to argue against this fact would be futile as it is so. However we seem to for the most part done very well as out human populations swells around the planet.

Humanists will ask and one recently did; “Doesn’t it make more sense to be who we are and develop our true, and in my view powerful abilities (i.e. to communicate with each other through the energy fields that connect us without technology, to create with our minds a reality that is truly self sustaining, to connect with each other and rid the entire human species of the negative beliefs that are undermining us all etc…)?”

Well indeed he sure has brought up a huge question worthy of discussion. However let me take a crack at this question as I answer in the negative to his assumptions;

“NO. Because why should you choose one or the other, why not both. Have the capability and develop lost skills, while simultaneously using our brains to invent better technologies to improve on the human design. We do not have time for evolution to take its sweet time. You know you are talking about talking the species back to the stoneage, yet who would that really serve. We need sewer treatment plants, fresh water and energy for things. Not that they are totally necessary, but they have certainly improved life from other civilization of the last let’s say 5000 years anyway. Perhaps ancient cultures die previously have great advances and may have been extremely well adapted civilizations without all this fluff. Yet who is to say that was better and why should we make that decision for all humanity, as humanity has spoken and voted with their consumer dollar and well, they want all this stuff.”

As far as the observations of human civilizations in the present period and the dummying down of the population base; well now that they cannot function without all these modern technologies, they very much need it and cannot feel fulfilled without out it. Myself, well I could go without many of the modern amenities.

Humans need a challenge and advancement and forward progression of the species does provide that challenge. After all; why does someone climb a mountain? It is there and it is a challenge. Many including myself like challenges, creating stuff and inventing things, so why not? Using technology to help mankind along in his journey to create better, strong and better civilizations is wise. And as mankind reaches a place of heaven on Earth, with more leisure time and the Utopia we desire, who is anyone to say that technology is an evil to the human race? Think on that.