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The Kolbrin Bible: Reality of the Universe

YOWUSA.COM, 23-May-04
Steve Russell

The Kolbrin Bible (kolbrin.com)I am sure that many of you have heard the biblical stories of creation being completed in seven days, years, eons or whatever your interpretation may be, and maybe even the description of things created at each of these intervals.  However the ancient texts within The Kolbrin take these descriptions a step further and articulate the very nature of reality in ways that astonishingly correspond with other philosophical teachings and recent scientific breakthroughs.  For the first time ever we will demonstrate the enlightening nature of The Kolbrin Bible and its testament to science, in terms of the universe and the underlying reality that forms its composition.

The Significance Of Our Place

The UniverseConsider for a moment the immense quantities of atoms, molecules, and all other elements of our known periodic table scattered throughout the universe.  We begin our journey of the imagination by contemplating these basic materials that have formed our Earth, the planets and our Sun, an unknown number of minor planetoids and the myriad of invading asteroids and cometary material.  But our solar system is merely a cosmic spec of dust embedded in one of several spiralling arms that form the overall shape of our galaxy.  Peering out from the surface of our tiny spec of dust, beyond the other galactic dust that surrounds our neighbourhood, we have found an almost infinite number of other galaxies.  Some of them have a spiralling shape and orientation similar to our own galaxy, and others are so remarkably dissimilar that we marvel at the uniqueness of their own creation and for a brief moment forget about our own.

Having observed all the inanimate matter within our remote yet measurable sphere of the universe, which are governed by the laws of physics, and undoubtedly laws we are yet to comprehend, we are very much humbled at our insignificance in size and composition.  So much of this matter resides above and beyond our limitations of comprehension, yet there is a scale of size where life as we know it flourishes in conditions perfect for our survival, albeit momentarily against the cosmic scale.  At this infinitesimal culminating point that life arises, intelligence has reared its head above the dark clouds of ignorance with the capabilities to realise that there are important questions to be asked: The who, what, when, where and why's of the universe.

Without doubt these are the most puzzling and definitive questions we can ask in our probing of the universe.  Its creation, purpose and ultimate destiny have forever been a gnawing tormentor of our intelligence that strives to know all there is to know.  The fact that we can ask such questions elevates our significance above and beyond the sheer size and quantities of the other inanimate matter in the universe. But do the answers to such questions lie beyond our reach, somewhere else within the universe, or as many religious texts describe, do the answers to these questions lie within us?  It is only in relatively recent times that we have turned our eyes from the skies and examined the cosmos that exists within ourselves.

Since the beginning of history our ancestors have primarily concerned themselves with the ordinary matter on Earth, and the stars in the heavens which eventually formed the basis of many cults and religions. The movements of the heavenly bodies were the foundations of the oldest science known to Man.  Monuments such as Stonehenge in England and the Inca temples on Machu Picchu in Peru were erected by the different cultures in order to assist their understanding of the skies.  From these ancient times to Ptolemy and through to Copernicus and Galileo we have progressed our understanding of the larger cosmos to the point of comprehending our insignificance in terms of both size and knowledge.

The Real Truth

We like to convince ourselves that we understand this world and what lies above and beyond our humble home on Earth. However, despite the immeasurable knowledge gained so far we still do not understand the true nature of our reality.

The ancient authors of The Kolbrin understood the predicament reality presents us with.  They understood the difference between the unreachable reality of truth and placed God in this realm, while life on Earth embedded in this merely physical reality was experienced only as a distorted reflection in the cosmic mirror of the universe.

The Kolbrin - P27

God said, "The creative words remain on this side of the veil, but their echoes resound on your side. The real remains here, but its reflection is there; creation is My mirror, though it is not without distortions. 

"Truth and justice, perfection of beauty and goodness remain with Me, and these you can know on Earth only by their reflection.  In the universe of Truth all things are free from illusion and are seen in reality, but on Earth even the reflection is distorted." 

distorted reflectionThese two passages highlight an important difference between Heaven and Earth.  The difference is not explained in terms of material versus spiritual realities, but rather it is simply one of truth.  It states that on Earth everything is like a distorted reflection.  Modern science has discovered that this distortion is caused by the limitations imposed on us by our sensors and abilities to create devices that can measure and observe our reality.  It is only in the unobserved reality that, for arguments sake we shall refer to as Heaven, that truth can be experienced untainted.

Before the modern physicists began discovering the matter and energy fields that constitute our universe, the primary focus was on uncovering the nature of reality, which began with famous philosophers such as Aristotle, Plato, Leibniz and Kant.

The great philosopher Plato believed that we are all shadow watchers observing a reality that is pure illusion.  He described our situation in terms of cave dwellers watching a shadow show on the wall.  In this scenario, the viewers are tightly strapped into their stone seats, unable to turn around and discover the source of light that the images are coming from.  The watchers themselves also cast a shadow on the wall with which they identified with as themselves. However the permanency of their predicament had them believing that the show they were watching was the entirety of reality.  What is it that kept them in their seats, or stoped them from at least attempting to understand by simply turning their heads as far as they could?

For an insight into the human psyche today, let's take Plato's allegory into the modern age.  Let's replace the cave with a beautifully air-conditioned living room that holds a constant perfect temperature of 26 degrees Celsius.  Remove the old stone seats and let the delivery guy bring us a soft comfortable recliner chair with beverage holders and perhaps even a nice futon in case we wish to have a sleep.  The shadow show can be upgraded to a widescreen digital television with 5.1 surround sound for a totally immersive experience.  With a simple phone call the cable guy will supply us with over a hundred different channels and a remote control to provide that extra sensation that we really are in control of the reality we wish to observe.  The old shadow on the cave wall we used to identify with can now be experienced in our choice of so called "reality" television shows.

This scenario was once a mere metaphor dreamed up by a brilliant philosopher, well before electricity was even discovered.  Plato used it to describe the predicament that reality presents us with today. Even with the technology and knowledge we possess, we have taken a giant leap backwards and constructed yet another layer of abstraction in which we attempt to shield ourselves from the world of the real.  We are raised from childhood in this environment where reality is something we partake in and experience in-between enjoying our creature comforts.  We have more style but are we really any less ignorant than the poor cave dwellers?  In the case of the public majority it is difficult to argue against. Thankfully the minority that constitutes our scientists, philosophers, biologists and other free thinkers, have come to the rescue of the dignity of our species.

This problem of finding pure truth in our universe and understanding its separateness from our limited and distorted view of our surroundings has been diligently investigated by both philosophers and scientists.  In the modern world that we so often take for granted, we can easily find ourselves getting lost in the reflection, becoming so accustomed to its nature that we forget that it is the potential of truth that we must try to seek in order to improve ourselves.  The Kolbrin and many other religious texts have always believed that this universal truth is privy only to the eyes of God and perhaps other souls that may inhabit the spiritual world more commonly referred to as Heaven.  Such religious understandings are grounded purely in belief systems that are obviously not substantial enough to stand up against scientific scrutiny.

Riding The Waves Of Reality

While philosophers like Plato could postulate on reality, it was always going to be the scientists who had to provide the physical proof of how reality is actually constructed.  In recent history science achieved what was thought to be the impossible.  Science had constructed a set of laws that they believed could describe our entire universe and they have come to be known collectively as classical physics.

Classical physics constructed the entire universe from only two physical entities called matter and fields.  Originally only gravitational and electromagnetic fields were known, and modern physics has only been able to add two extra ones to this list.  These fields are called strong fields that hold the atomic nucleus together, and weak fields, which can break it apart.

The laws for fields were discovered by Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell, while the remainder of classical physics was held together by British physicist Sir Isaac Newton's laws of motion for matter. The German-born Albert Einstein later superseded Newton's laws with his relativistic laws of motion which included the now famous E=mc2 equation.  For all intents and purposes, Einstein had perfected the classical understanding of the world.  Imagine everyone's shock when in that same year Einstein turned around and attacked the very core of classical physics that he had helped formulate.  This was obviously a sign of a great man who placed the pursuit of truth in higher regard than that of scientific ego.

The nature of the beast that Einstein had discovered which caused him to renounce the perfection of classical physics is described in The Kolbrin as mysterious invisible waves that are hidden from us.

The Kolbrin — P56

That which comes from Heaven, whether influencing for good or evil… may also come as waves of air, but not air such as we breathe and feel.  It is something altogether different in nature.  Things come forth which are not stable, and these are the formless Ones.

The Kolbrin - P72

In the beginning all things arose from the invisible and into the invisible all things will disappear in the end, but the end is not the end of the spirit.  Out beyond this material creation born of the visible, there is a higher eternal invisible of greater substance.  When all material things have passed away, this will remain.

quantum physicsThe theme of this mystical world hidden by distorted reflections continues with the added understanding that it is the true source of everything that appears in our material reality.  It explains that reality is created by waves that flow from Heaven in a substance unlike anything we could imagine.  Amazingly, this is exactly the line of thought that has led to our understanding of quantum physics, where everything in reality exists as waves that magically transform into particles as our physical sensors observe them.

Einstein had been on a quest to understand the nature of light, and discovered that while light acted like a wave, it also behaved like a particle.  The French Prince, Louis de Broglie later contributed to this new understanding by proving that the inverse was also true; that particles behave as waves.  These discoveries led to the inevitability of quantum physics and redefined our world in terms of both the visible and the invisible realm.

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