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The Kolbrin Bible: The Return of the Destroyer

YOWUSA.COM, 09-Dec-04
Steve Russell

The Kolbrin Bible (kolbrin.com)A significant portion of The Kolbrin Bible is dedicated to the historic and future return of a cosmic cataclysm referred to simply as The Destroyer.  The information and warnings concerning the nature of the Destroyer is not claimed to be inspired by God or by any other methods of prophesying.  Instead, it is based on the factual history of a previous encounter that was known to the ancient authors of that time.  The signs and timing of the next approach in terms of society, religions and nations are also very interesting when compared with humanity's current state of progress.  What makes the information even more compelling is that it correlates with famous prophets such as Mother Shipton and the Sibylline Oracles, as well as other religious texts from around the world.

Destroyer Cycles

complexities of our solar systemGiven the complexities of our solar system and the galaxy beyond, it is impossible to precisely predict the orbit of known long period comets, let alone something we do not understand, which takes several thousand years to return.  The only thing that the Mayans and other ancient civilizations could do was to teach of the signs that would precede its return at the approximate time.  Such predictions were less likely to be magical visions of gifted fortune tellers, and are more likely to be based on ancient wisdom from previous encounters as The Kolbrin describes.

The Kolbrin, MAN:3:7

Thus it was in the Days of Heavenly Wrath, which have gone, and thus it will be in the Days of Doom when it comes again.  The times of its coming and going are known unto the wise.  These are the signs and times which shall precede the Destroyer's return.

The Bible tells us that we must all keep watch in constant anticipation, but only God knows the time of the next destruction.

Mark, 13:32-33

No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.  Be on guard!  Be alert!  You do not know when that time will come.

However The Kolbrin assumes that enough ancient material has survived history in order for the wise to learn about the Destroyer.

The Kolbrin, MAN:3:1

Men forget the days of the Destroyer.  Only the wise know where it went and that it will return in its appointed hour.

Thankfully The Kolbrin defines the period of time between return encounters.  However it does not readily provide a fixed date from which to begin counting.

The Kolbrin, SCL:33:9

It will come in a hundred generations, as is written in the Great Vault.

The Kolbrin, SOF:20:21

Ninety-two generations have to be born.

The Kolbrin, MAN:3:7

A hundred and ten generations shall pass into the West and nations will rise and fall.

While these periods are inconsistent within the text, they are significantly close and provide a rough guideline of every 2000 years.  This figure assumes a parental age of twenty at the time of each generation's birth.  This period of approximately 2000 years is one of many similar variations across religions and cultures used to determine the Destroyer's return.

Buried within the numerous religions scattered throughout the continents of the world, lies a belief and understanding of concepts surrounding the cycle of creation and destruction on a cosmic scale.  The nature of this cycle varies in accordance with the variety of written and spoken histories of the ancients.

The great Greek philosopher Aristotle believed in a "supreme year" in which our solar system would return to some form of original position.  He also believed there was a great winter during which catastrophic flooding occurred, referred to by the Greeks as "kataklysmos."  There was also a great summer of fire they called "ekpyrosis," and the world alternatively cycled through these events every "supreme year."  It is interesting to note that the word "disaster" is based on the Latin "dis" and "astrum" which means "evil star."

When the Spanish conquered Mexico they learned about the sophisticated history of the native people.  The natives believed that their ancestors were destroyed in cycles separated by several thousand years, and that they were currently living in the fourth age.  Each of these cyclic destructions also involved the disappearance of the Sun.  After a short period of time the Sun was rekindled and the survivors started their lives anew.  Due to this relationship between the cyclic destruction and the Sun, some societies found it convenient to replace the word period or age with that simply of the Sun as found in Buddhist literature.

The sacred Buddhist text of the Visuddhi-Magga includes a chapter titled "World Cycles" which mentions seven times in total the disappearance and reappearance of the Sun accompanied by fire and intense heat that dries up lakes and rivers.

Visuddhi-Magga, World Cycles

After the lapse of another long period, a seventh sun appears, and the whole world breaks into flames; and just as this one, so also a hundred thousand times ten million worlds. The flames of fire rise up and envelop the Heaven of the Four Great Kings. The upper regions of space become one with those below, and wholly dark.

Before the Christian era, a group of prophetic women became collectively known as the Sibyls, throughout Greece and Rome.  Their divinatory visions were believed to be a gift in return for their perpetual virginity.  At one point in history their writings were preserved in Rome and regularly consulted by the College of Pontiffs.  Some historians believe that the long reign of Rome was attributed to the warnings discovered and adhered to by the church in these texts.  The text of the current Sibylline Oracles mentions "revolving" periods of time, at the end of which comes much destruction.

The Sibylline Oracles, Book 7:130,190

Thou shalt be no more an isle, when the tenth time shall come.  But in the third lot of revolving years, eighth the first, shall another world appear.  Night shall be all… long and without light.

The wording of this is a little strange, but what it means is that there are ten periods, and it is after the seventh period that the Sun shall disappear and the destruction will last for the duration of the final three periods.

Many believed that the cycles or ages between cosmic destructions came most commonly in groups of seven, nine or ten.  The most common belief is in a cycle of seven ages as personified in the Bible by the seven churches.

Revelation, 1:19-20

Write the things which thou hast seen, and the things which are, and the things which shall be hereafter; The mystery of the seven stars which thou sawest in my right hand, and the seven golden candlesticks. The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches: and the seven candlesticks which thou sawest are the seven churches.

These seven Biblical periods have been named and commonly defined in the following way.

Period Name

Period Definition



AD 53 — AD 170



AD 170 — AD 312



AD 312 — AD 606



AD 606 — AD 1520



AD 1520 — AD 1750



AD 1750 — AD 1906



AD 1906 — (2012)


Seventh Age

For those who believe in the prophetic nature of Revelations, we are currently living in the seventh age.  The end of this seventh age is currently unknown, but there is no shortage of speculative opinions.  However, I have included the year 2012 for the simple reason that this is when the sophisticated calendar of the Mayans ends, and it seems to statistically complete the Biblical graph very well.  During that year, our Sun will cross the galactic plane in a remarkably rare intersection that occurs approximately every 6000 years.

The idea that the world will end with destruction in 2012 has become popularized recently as the interest in the history of the Mayans and other ancient cultures has increased.  This increase in public awareness has also brought ridicule from those who simply read the ancient texts without any intention of actually studying and understanding them.

A common misleading argument designed to take people away from the facts is that the solstice sun and galactic center do not actually come into precise alignment in 2012.  This is known today thanks to our powerful telescopes and computer software that can perform the math for us.  However the ancients only had naked-eye astronomy skills, so with the differences between margins of error in these two methods, this argument is not valid.  The fact is that the alignment is already occurring; having begun around 1980 and most likely ending around 2016.

There are also other prophetic reasons for why the timeframe of 2012 could be important.  It is widely accepted that Mother Shipton foresaw Hitler planning the growth of the Nazi party, and she used this significant event to mark and highlight the destruction that would come at the end of that century.

Mother Shipton

In nineteen hundred and twenty six
Build houses light of straw and sticks.
For then shall mighty wars be planned
And fire and sword shall sweep the land 

For those who live the century through
In fear and trembling this shall do.
Flee to the mountains and the dens
To bog and forest and wild fens.

Mother Shipton seems to imply that the destruction will occur soon after the close of the 20th century.  The Bible provides tantalizing signs that could indicate a late 2012 timeframe.

Revelation, 6:12-13

I watched as he opened the sixth seal.  There was a great earthquake.  The sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair, the whole moon turned blood red, and the stars in the sky fell to earth, as late figs drop from a fig tree when shaken by a strong wind.

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