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Surviving the Next Global Catastrophe
October 09, 2006 11:15 AM PDT
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Audio report based on the prophecies of The Kolbrin Bible. This 3600-year old wisdom text warns us of an impending global catastrophe and offers time-tested survival knowledge.

Who created this book and why.

  • Detailed accounts of ancient global catastrophes including Noah’s Flood and Exodus not found in the Holy Bible.
  • Prophetic harbinger signs that are now coming to pass and the the ominous prophecies for our future.
  • How you can use the ancient knowledge in this book to survive whatever comes.
  • Detailed scientific analysis of two likely global catastrophe scenarios based on a repeat of Noah’s Flood and Exodus.

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Could We See Two Suns in Five Years?
October 09, 2006 11:30 AM PDT
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Is it possible we live in a binary solar system with two suns? According to NASA, over 80% of all solar systems have multiple suns and the historical accounts contained in The Kolbrin Bible suggest it could be Sol's unborn twin. A destructive brown dwarf larger than the planet Jupiter, and known to the ancients as the Destroyer. The authors of this 3600 year-old secular anthology tell us it caused Noah's Flood, the Ten Plagues of Exodus, and that it will return soon. In this special audio report, you'll learn what this new cosmic threat could mean to life as we know it, and what our governments are doing about it.

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The Destroyer and Sitchin's Nibiru
October 28, 2006 03:15 PM PDT
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According to translations of the Sumerian texts by Zecharia Sitchin, author of The 12th Planet, a massive object orbits our sun once every 3600 years. Called Nibiru by the ancients, its catastrophic flybys have driven the evolution of humankind. If the Mayan 2012 calendar prophecy is right, it could return within the next decade.

Do wisdom texts of other ancient civilizations also mention this object? Yes, and they are contained in The Kolbrin Bible. The Egyptians called it the Destroyer. The Celts called it the Frightener. Like the Sumerians, they also prophesy its imminent return.

If the Destroyer does return, would it end life as we know it? That depends on how it interacts with our sun. Consider this: between now and 2008, the space agencies of Japan, America and Europe will launch a new fleet of 5 new solar observatories into space. Curious? Listen to this podcast to learn more.

The Hitler Diaries and The Kolbrin Bible
November 05, 2006 08:13 PM PST
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The Kolbrin Bible has been denounced as a heretical work for millennia because it contains alternate historical accounts of the Exodus. Unlike the Old Testament which tells us that the plagues were a punishment upon Pharaoh for being hard-hearted, The Kolbrin Bible tells us the plagues were caused by the flyby of a large reddish object called the Destroyer, and that it will soon return in our time. It also tells us that the ancient Celts loved Jesus as their lord and master, but rejected him as the messiah.

Now, this ancient text is often attacked as a hoax by self-appointed debunkers, because they feel it threatens their own deeply cherished beliefs. So isThe Kolbrin Bible really a hoax as they say? To answer this vital question, this audio report explains how the Hitler Diaries hoax that cost Der Stern magazine 9.9 million Deutschmarks in 1983, was used to vet the authenticity of The Kolbrin Bible .

Did Moses Use Alien Technology to Part the Red Sea?
December 11, 2006 12:43 AM PST
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The newly revealed historical accounts in The Kolbrin Bible about Moses and the Exodus, and offer a secular humanist view of the event. One that presents a different picture of what may have happened at the Red Sea, and which also corroborates the belief held by many, that the Ark of the Covenant was an electrical device of great power.
Radical Islam Starts World War and Destroys UN Says Ancient Egyptian Prediction
December 27, 2006 12:12 AM PST
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We’re living in prophetic times, says a newly-revealed ancient text inscribed by Egyptian scholars shortly after the Exodus. Having survived the millennia, these texts are now part of The Kolbrin Bible and they offer uncannily accurate predictions. Several have already come to pass and those yet to be fulfilled warn us that Muslim terrorists will soon trigger a world war that destroys the United Nations and then divides the world into bloody hegemonies. Following that, another prediction warns of a global cataclysm in which humanity suffers an E. L. E. (extinction level event) with asteroid impacts, massive earthquakes, erupting volcanoes and deadly tsunami waves.
A Fate Worse Than Hell
February 25, 2007 12:50 AM PST
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Many of us living in today's Western youth-oriented culture wonder about the afterlife. If we've been bad, do we really wind up in the fiery pits of Hell. Likewise, if those of us in the mainstream are bad enough for Hell, what about the Hitlers of the world? Could there actually be a fate worse than hell for a Hitler? One so awful it makes hell look attractive? Yes. Such a fate does exist according to the ancients, with a view of the afterlife that dates back some 3600 years.
Did the Big Bang Create God?
March 27, 2007 12:12 AM PDT
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Theologists insist that God exists as a matter of faith and that he created the universe. Yet, some wonder if there is scientific proof that God does exist and that he or she (or he/she) actually created the Cosmos? However, cosmologists would rather not comment at this time, because if they finally determine that our universe will collapse back into itself in some far distant future, this will not bode well for God – or us. This is because we're told in the Bible that God created us in his own image, and herein is the gotcha that scientists dread, because we're carbon-based lifeforms, and carbon didn't come about until long after the Big Bang that created our universe. Ergo, if it does collapse back on itself, it will be as though we never existed, and logically, this will hold true for God as well. A chilling thought, but not a new one. The ancient Egyptians wrestled with this idea 3600 years ago, and what they have to say about God and the Big Bang in The Kolbrin Bible will surprise you.