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The Kolbrin Bible: Evolution and Creation of Man
Every religion throughout the world has its own story of human creation because it is the cornerstone for understanding who we are, our purpose and our destiny. As with the majority of religious beliefs, this story can be traced back through the varying civilizations of the world to its original Sumerian sources through an elaborate de-interpretation process. The Kolbrin is unique in this respect because very little is left open to interpretation due to the clear and precise nature of the writings that reflect and elaborate on the Sumerian versions. The Kolbrin unambiguously defines our creation stemming from Panspermia, through evolution, and to the point of our divine creation. The Kolbrin elaborates for the first time how the gods made us in their image, and it is not as you will expect.
Sumerian Creation Story
The Sumerian version of the creation of Man begins at a time when only the gods existed and they depended solely upon themselves to toil for their nourishment. The three highest-ranking gods decided amongst themselves who would rule over the environments. Anu ascended to heaven, Enlil remained on Earth and Enki went down beneath the Earth and under the ocean.
For a creation of Man myth, it is fitting that the story focuses primarily on the path of Enlil on Earth who was overseeing the laborious efforts of the lesser gods who were digging irrigation channels and mining minerals. The texts then skip ahead forty "periods" to a time when the lesser gods had set fire to their tools and mutinied. They had devised a plan to surround the house of Enlil and demand the easing of their efforts.
Anu and Enki came to the surface of the Earth in order to quell the uprising and resolve the issues of the lesser gods. Anu agreed that the gods were indeed suffering under the toil, and infuriated by the pressure, Enlil demanded that the instigator of the riots be punished by death. The wise Enki then stepped forward and proposed that Man be created with the assistance of the mother goddess to take over the burden of the gods. They agreed unanimously, and, using clay, Enki and Mami created Man, who were then born to fourteen birth goddesses after a ten-month gestation period.
Mayhem in Mesopotamia
As brilliant and powerful as the Sumerians were, they could not withstand the natural domineering nature of human progression. The great Akkadian military leader Sargon, whose ruling hand reached across to lands as far away as Lebanon, eventually dominated the original Sumerian people. A group of people called the Gutians was known for causing disorder and has been blamed for the downfall of the Akkadians. After making a relatively brief comeback, the Sumerians collapsed again. However, this time the Amorites gained control over most of the Mesopotamian region. The Amorites slowly adopted the Sumerian beliefs and are believed to be responsible for the raising of Marduk to the level of national god. The Amorites did not hold the strategic city of Babylon for very long before the Kassites overtook and dominated it. Finally, the Assyrians destroyed Babylon; but then turned around and rebuilt it, and returned to the worship of Marduk.
Despite this amazing sequence of events where political powers fought for rulership and control over the people, the original religious beliefs of the Sumerian people remained essentially unchanged. What was the inspiration behind the preservation of such foreign beliefs throughout all these violent years? Compare this with the swiftness that the Christian churches replaced the beliefs of hundreds of cultures with thousands of years of established history behind them. Stories such as the creation of mankind continued in the hearts and minds of these Middle Eastern people, true to its original meaning for thousands of years. Since religion was so pervasive in the ancient cultures, it was essentially their science and their truth. Perhaps this is why such diverse cultures upheld it so strongly.
Atra-Hasis The Babylonian Story of the Flood, 1970
The Sumerians and their Babylonian successors, as mentioned above, conceived of the human race as originally barbarous, civilized only by the express intervention of the gods. Thus every aspect of civilized life, public or private, important or trivial , was looked on as ideally conforming to a divine pattern.
However, these events were not entirely without such Christian-like conquests. While not as damaging as the Christian replacements of beliefs , the distortions to the original texts were nonetheless significant in certain places. The most significant of these distortions came during the time before Marduk ruled as the national god.
According to original Sumerian beliefs, Anu was the supreme god and father of both Enlil and Enki. Enki and his wife Ninki were the parents of Marduk. By the time the Amorites held the powers of Babylon, Marduk had become the new national god of the new political power, and being the son of Enki naturally inherited the attributes of his father. However, in a blatant grab for power, the priesthood rewrote the ancient texts in such a way that Marduk would absorb all the characteristics of not just his father Enki, but every other major god of significance at that time. Thus, Marduk became the creator of absolutely everything and came close to being the first monotheistic religion in history.
In terms of distortions in the creation of Man stories, they were rewritten to suggest Marduk provided Enki with the idea to create Man to release their burden. In the original Sumerian story, Enki and Mami avoided the impulsive demand from Enlil to kill one of the gods for their uprising by creating mankind. However in the Babylonian version, there was indeed violent blood letting, and it was required in order to create Man. Again, Marduk received the glory for voluntarily decapitating himself and providing the blood to create mankind. Because Marduk was a god, this act did not result in death, and he continued with his life, taking credit for many more things.
By the time the mighty Greeks had risen to power, they had formulated their own mythology complete with a full pantheon of gods and many stories about their power and influences. Despite the uniqueness of their gods' names and settings for their myths, it is obvious to many scholars that they were influenced by the original Sumerian beliefs that have been passed down to each generation and have spread throughout the world. The creation of Man is no exception.
Greek Creation Story
The Greek story tells of a time when the Earth was covered with luxuriant vegetation and populated with every kind of animal life except Man. The responsibility for delegating the advantageous instincts for survival resided with brothers Prometheus and Epimetheus. They were instructed to distribute the instincts among all animals and then to create and endow a superior being called Man, in order to rule over all other Earthly life. After over zealously awarding the existing animals with instincts none remained for the yet to be created Man. Despite the predicament they now found themselves in, they persevered with Man's creation from clay and Athena breathed life into him. In order to ensure Man's ability to rule over the animals they made him stand upright and empowered him with the gift of fire. Zeus later declared that Man must present the gods with a portion of any animal that was sacrificed. Prometheus decided to trick Zeus causing him to get nothing but bones out of the deal. This infuriated Zeus and he took fire away from Man as punishment. However, Prometheus lit a torch from the Sun and gave it back to Man. Zeus became enraged and punished Man by creating the first women with a deceptive heart and a lying tongue. He also punished Prometheus by chaining him to a rock where a giant eagle tore at his liver day and night.
The parallels and distortions here compared with the Sumerian religion are striking. In parallel is the underlying nature of the gods involved. Zeus was the epitome of power and was quick to bestow punishment at the first sign of trouble. These characteristics are similar to the Sumerian Enlil who ruled over the gods on Earth and demanded the death of the leader instigating the uprising against him. The name Prometheus means forethought, and his actions of trickery stemming from his cunning and intelligence were used to mediate and balance the power of Zeus. In order to prevent unnecessary bloodshed, the wise Enki suggests the creation of Man. Thus, these two gods are both credited with this historic achievement.
The critical difference between these beliefs, aside from the brevity of the Greek version, is the motivation behind the purpose for creating mankind. The Sumerians believed we were once slaves of the gods, created solely for the purpose of hard labor. The Greeks however insist that we believe our creation was simply from the generosity of their hearts and our only purpose was to be the leader among animals
The Nature of Greek Myths, 1974
In short, the Greeks evidently did not wish to include in their myths any detailed account of the creation of men, even though the various Mesopotamian motifs must have been available, and even though allied themes, in particular the periodical destruction of men, were themselves alluded to. Why? It was because the idea of men as slaves of the gods was repugnant to the Greeks that they rejected Mesopotamian stories of their creation and passed over this whole topic, or adopted details of such stories only erratically and in minority or sectarian versions.
The compilers of the Bible must have felt similar in a way because they too, insist that our purpose is to rule the animal kingdom of Earth. So here, we have an excellent example where the ancient facts were known and they chose not to include them because of prejudicial and perhaps even political agendas.
Evolution of Man
In today's society, some people use a new type of agenda to change the meaning of ancient knowledge, and that is one of interpretation in order to sell books. We must also confront similar agendas to those in ancient times; only now they are less about political power and more about scientific dogma and the factual filtration that ignores evidence contrary to popular opinion. When it comes to interpreting the ancient textbooks about our creation, there are generally two sets of beliefs that often seem to conflict with each other. Some people believe that they are fictional myths with no inherent basis in fact, and others insist that the texts are historically accurate. Those that dismiss the stories as fictional, are also usually evolutionists, unless of course they are fundamental Christians and believe they were created by the simple word of God. The others that understand the texts to be historic accounts of our origins generally believe the literal interpretations that indicate ancient astronauts are responsible for our creation.
However, a few authors have put such prejudicial presuppositions aside and have endeavored to understand the texts from a more holistic perspective. These pioneers have come to the general conclusion that both evolution and divine intervention of some description occurred. Not only have the original Sumerian cuneiform texts been interpreted to indicate that both events are responsible for our creation, but the recent unearthing of The Kolbrin confirms in plain English that this path in our history was indeed traveled.
In separate chapters, The Kolbrin first describes the evolution of our species and all forms of life on Earth.
The Kolbrin P21
Man is born of mud, sun and Spirit. In the days of conception, the Spirit of God impregnated the receptive Earth, and she brought forth her children.
The Kolbrin - P364
"The pattern for the mortal body of man was formed in the Sphere of The Holy Spirit and projected to the Sphere of Matter and Mortality where Nature built upon it."
In this context, the soul and the spirit are described as distinct entities. The "Spirit of God" and the "Sphere of The Holy Spirit" can be seen as the cosmic sphere of space, and the spirit within as the elements essential for life that we now know to be scattered throughout the universe. Increasing numbers of scientists are now telling us that, such "spirits" originally came in the form of comets that were "projected" towards the Earth where they "impregnated" the Earth upon impact. Here the spirit was mixed with the clay and waters of the abyss, then brought to life by the energy of the Sun and nurtured through natural evolution to the point of creating all life and the primitive Man we have come to know through our progress in archaeology.
The belief that comets were responsible for seeding Earth with the ingredients for life is further supported by the original Sumerian texts. These texts describe a time after the creation of Heaven and Earth but before Man existed, when a fiery dragon attacked.
Sumerian Mythology, 1972
Against the king, the small ones it hurled,
It is easy to see how an incoming comet or asteroid can be interpreted as a dragon. As it enters our atmosphere, it quickly fragments into large and small stones, showering the waters with the cosmic elements necessary for the development of life, as we know it.
The Babylonian version of our creation omits clay as being the primary creational material and instead states that the blood of the decapitated sky god Marduk was required in order to create Man. It is easy to see how a large rock from space could be interpreted as the head of a god, and the "blood" from such meteorites can be found in many ancient texts. Rivers of blood frequently follow violence in the skies and can be explained by the iron content of such meteorites that rust and contaminate the waters with a red hue.
The process of comets seeding the Earth is known among scientists as the Panspermia theory and is rapidly gaining acceptance among the scientific community now that our understanding of comets is dramatically increasing. A quarter of a century ago, the Panspermia theory was considered outlandish and has only become acceptable to discuss in recent years. All of the old arguments such as the impossibility for microbes to withstand the cosmic radiation and fiery re-entry through our atmosphere have all been proven completely wrong through modern discoveries. In fact, the evidence for Panspermia is on a steep rise, and the theory itself has expanded to cover various types of scenarios known as pseudo, basic, meteoritic, radio and also includes intelligently controlled Panspermia, which describes methods that we could use to seed Mars and make it more like Earth.