by Marshall Masters and Janice Manning
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.
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
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
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."