The Kolbrin Bible: The
Return of the Destroyer
22 November 2004
Solar System Surprise: A New
View of What's Out There
tenth planet out beyond Neptune, often referred to
as Planet X, hasn't been found despite years of
searching. But astronomers involved in the hunt are
beginning to speculate that something like Planet X
will be discovered, along with Y and Z.
"I'd also be
willing to bet that there are many objects larger
than Pluto out in the region of space where Sedna
lives," Brown said last week. Out to about 1,000 AU,
he speculates that there could be 10 or 20
Pluto-sized objects, "and a handful of larger
things, too." Some of these suspected worlds could
be as big as Mercury or even Mars, he said.
Now that the
discovery of Sedna has popularized and essentially
proven the possibilities of Nibiru, NASA has even
granted processing time on its powerful
supercomputers to model the orbital scenarios it may
have had on our solar system during its creation.
Physicist Ben Bromley from the University of Utah
and astronomer Scott Kenyon from the Smithsonian
Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge have had
their findings published in the journal Nature.
Their findings confirm the theoretical possibility
of planets with highly elongated orbits entering our
solar system, and call for new studies in the area
of space where their locations can now be predicted.
01 December 2004
Did our sun capture alien
simulations show a close encounter with a passing
star about 4 billion years ago may have given our
solar system its abrupt edge and put small, alien
worlds into distant orbits around our sun.
Bromley and Kenyon conclude the shearing motion and
dueling gravity of the passing stars could have done
Taken young planets formed with circular orbits in
our solar system and catapulted them into highly
elongated orbits. That may explain the existence of
Sedna, a "planetoid" that orbits beyond Pluto and
measures between 600 and 1,000 miles wide.
sun and solar system to capture a planet or smaller
object from the passing star's solar system. Sedna
might be an example.
Kenyon predicted locations in our solar system where
captured objects would be, based on the angle and
shape of their orbits. Finding captured objects in
the predicted locations would be "proof that a flyby
occurred," says Bromley. He hopes astronomers will
look more closely at sections of the sky where he
and Kenyon predict alien planets might be.
Now that mainstream
science is beginning to realize the vast unknown of
possibilities beyond the borders of our solar
system, perhaps more than just cold dead planets
will be discovered out there.
To a devout
religious person, the imagery conjured up by these
ancient descriptions of the Destroyer could easily
be mistaken as Hell, given the twisted fireballs and
burning mouths filled with icy teeth. However after
Enoch was taken by angels and ascended into the sky
above Earth, he described the various heavens he was
shown until he reached the tenth heaven and came
face to face with God.
of the Secrets of Enoch,
Morfill, M.A, 1896
In the tenth
heaven Aravoth, I saw the vision of the face of the
Lord, like iron burnt in the fire, and brought forth
and emitting sparks, and it burns. So I saw the
face of the Lord; but the face of the Lord cannot be
told. It is wonderful and awful, and very
terrible. And who am I that I should tell of the
unspeakable being of God, and His wonderful face?
You would naturally
expect the face of God to be more like beautiful
brilliance than an awful burning chunk of iron. Was
Enoch taken beyond the ends of our solar system and
shown the approaching Destroyer that The Kolbrin
warns us about?
reasonably significant focus on the Destroyer,
The Kolbrin is not about sensationalistic doom
and gloom. The reason for this focus is simply the
author's profound concern for the people that must
endure the next return. The Kolbrin also
provides the necessary laws, morals and guidelines
with which to live the most rewarding life, both
before and after the next return. The ancients have
gone to an incredible amount of effort to preserve
their knowledge of the Destroyer in order for future
generations to survive. It would be wise to listen
and study what they have to say.
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gives no clear cut date about when the Destroyer
will return other than it takes approximately one
hundred generations. However it remarkably echoes
the predictions of famous prophets and religious
texts that assist in speculating on the signs and
the times of the next encounter. The most precious
contribution The Kolbrin provides is the
historic accounts about the nature of the Destroyer
itself. These incredible descriptions allow us to
understand what we are really dealing with, and will
be expanded upon in our next chapter. Instead of
believing that the Destroyer was associated with
Gods wrath, perhaps with our science we can better
understand and protect humanity from this future
In closing, the
author wishes to include a final quote from The
Kolbrin attributed to Jesus concerning the
Destroyer's return. These statements excellently
summarize the prophecy in The Kolbrin and
those living in the days of the Destroyer will
"There will be an end to the beginning and men will
know this by the spirit of the times. Men will no
longer be as brothers, nor will they be manly. Women
will be as men and men as women. Adultery will not
be condemned, nor will fornication, therefore these
will flourish. Men will not honour their homelands
and there will be no discrimination among them, nor
will they maintain the purity of their races.
Fathers will not be honoured, nor mothers respected,
and children will be raised to be wayward.
Perversions will be encouraged and criminals will
mock the law. There will be incest and rape and it
will be unsafe to walk abroad. Floods, famines,
droughts and earthquakes will cause death and
destruction: Strange sicknesses will smite the
people and there will be a denial of God. Babes will
be slain in the womb. Men will lust after the wives
of other men and marriage shall lose its meaning.
Women will go to the marriage table unchaste and
with deceit in their hearts. Their husbands,
creatures of pity, will hear the mocking voices of
laughing men. Priests will defile their altars with
their impurity and the rulers will be held in little
repute. It is not God who marks the end days, but
men who lives as though setting a pitfall for him."