Thread for people from the Facebook group to say hi :)

Hey guys, just thinking this could be a chance for those from the Facebook group to sign in and come say hi. Also if you have any suggestions or opinions let us know here.


I made it! :wink:

Thanks for joining Diane… The struggle makes the destination even more worthwhile, huh?

Hi Manu, Diane, Len :slight_smile:

Hey Ra, Great to see you here!

Hi guys, still getting the hang of this forum. I’ve found the best option is the option on the upper right side which next to the user name which is called recent unread topics, there you can see which posts are active so you can go straight to the action. :wink:

Thanks len, good to be here, i am liking the site :slight_smile:

Glad you’re enjoying the site, Ra. There is already a whole lot of info up in the About section, and we will be adding Teachings soon, as well as Culdian blogs. Keep an eye out for it.

And let us know if you have any ideas, feel we could improve, or have any questions. :slight_smile:

I started a thread on survivalism. Hope that was ok. I come across a lot of info not just on surviving a disaster of some sort, but also ways on conserving energy, back to the basics technology etc. We take so much of our technology for granted and depend on it. There are many things we’ve forgotten how to do, and we forget what our real basic needs are when we seem to get all we need from a push of a button or the pull of a lever.

The other thing was…a lot of the info will probably require a photo. I added one to original post. But I’d like to double check with you if this is ok. I was almost going to put up another today, but figured I better ask first. Let me know, thanks, diane

Go ahead Diane, and feel free to post on survivalism and post your pictures, as long as the pictures are not so large as to throw off the dimensions of the forum page.

This is an area we are very interested in, and I will put in my own two cents in the next week or so. It is an important topic, and I’m glad you brought it up.

Thanks Len, very good then. I try to size photos as not to take up too much space. Have a great day, diane

Hey guys ‘n’ gals, Sha’ul here, just thought I’d introduce myself formaly. This is a wonderful group, and the blog is like a well of fresh water for me…love and light to you all.

Glad you’re here Sha’ul! :slight_smile: We hope to make this place a refuge (and sometimes testing ground) and place of learning and community for all Truth Seekers…

I didn’t come from here from facebook. I came here on my own to begin learning what I can from the information Culdian Trust on the Kolbrin. I actually learned about this information listening to Dr. Scott McQuate. Anyway, I just wanted to say “hi” and present myself at a starting point.

Welcome to the forum, igirltech! Thanks for introducing yourself. I hope you get a chance to look into the subjects and topics you’re interested in that have already been posted. Your comments and questions are welcomed through replies, but also feel free to start new topics that you are interested in. It sounds like you’re interested in the Kolbrin.

There are some very in depth Kolbrin researchers here that would be happy to share any information they have on the subject, both from a scholarly and spiritual perspective. For a Culdian perspective, a lot of what’s posted on the main site as well as some of us Culdians lurking on the forum would be happy to dialogue.

Looking forward to seeing you around. :slight_smile:

Hi all,

I have been interested in the real ‘Kolbrin’ writings for many years now and not the fake copy written by Marshall Masters which he calls ‘The Kolbrin Bible’.

I was born close to Glastonbury, England where the original manuscripts survived the abbey fire in 1184 which some say was deliberately started to burn the original Kolbrin manuscripts which luckily survived and then eventually made there way to New Zealand.

During many years I spent in America I decided that when I came back to Europe again I would move to the Montsegur area of the Pyreness on the French/Spanish border high up in the mountains as a safe location in the event that the destroyer returned but that never happened because on my return to the UK I had already become friends with another person from the border of southern Germany close to Switzerland and her safe location seemed much better thought out.

I lived for a year there in a small community with like minded people thousands of feet above sea level close to Heiligenberg which means holy mountain, the safest area I can imagine if The Destroyer does pass through again.

Whilst I was there I ordered and received from New Zealand a true copy of the ‘Kolbrin’ and when I left back for the UK again I left my copy with them in the hopes that it will survive the next cataclysm if there is one and several thousand more years into the future.

Now back in the UK again I will soon be ordering another copy for myself once I have myself situated in another safe location.

I know a lot of people disagree with prepping and survivalism when it comes to these manuscripts and that is understandable because a lot of preppers are just out to save themselves and they dont have the education, knowledge, wisdom or spirituality to look into things deeply but I am not one of them. I study everything I possibly can to come to some kind of understanding of the truth.

As you have probably gathered my main interests in the Kolbrin are the specific parts concerning The Destroyer or as I like to call it Nibiru.

Anyway sorry for the long introduction, but could not help myself.

Welcome James, and thanks for introducing yourself! :slight_smile:

Concerning the Destroyer parts of the Kolbrin, and also prepping and survivalism, there sure is a lot to say. (Feel free to start threads on these topics in the relevant categories.) Let me begin with a few general comments. Being prepared for worst case scenarios is important, thoughtful, and even essential for individual survival and the general well-being of society. Apathy and complacency (of all kinds) is a most disturbing epidemic in the world today. To be prepared, to store up on essential necessities, to learn to live off the land, not only vastly increases the chances of surviving, or even thriving, during catastrophes, but it brings more awareness and connection to nature and the land. These things not only provide safety, but bring health and balance to the mind and soul.

One never knows when disaster of any kind will strike, but strike in one way or another it always does; if not today, then tomorrow; or if not in our generation, then the next generation. We have an obligation to ourselves, neighbors, and children to be aware and ready, passing this understanding and knowledge on to future generations.

On the other hand, prepping and survivalism get a bad wrap, rightly and wrongly, from most people. It wrongly gets a bad wrap because, as I said above, people are largely lazy and complacent, fattened and dulled by ease and comfort, and there is gross over tendency to not want to take personal responsibility for anything.

Survivalism rightly gets a bad wrap because some of its proponents first become paranoid, and often later, even delusional. Paranoia and fear causes people to get louder about what they’re fearful about. This causes the fearful paranoid sickness to spread (very unhealthy), and for most not willing to buy into paranoia and delusion it causes people to not even listen to, and disassociate from, a possible useful message coming from the paranoid person. In other words, a person may speak some truth about a given topic, but if they do it in fearful or delusional manner, it will spread that sickness among a few, and cause the majority to not even listen to the kernel of truth at the center of the message because of the personal failings of the messenger, which unfortunately prejudices and stereotypes any good within message or movement.

In conclusion, survivalism and prepping is good and necessary for the mind, body, and soul; and will someday be required in whatever inevitable cultural catastrophe that we might face, but its advocates need to become more level-headed and present an image of health, strength and balance rather than one of paranoia and delusion.

Studying and practicing the ethical and spiritual aspects of the Kolbrin first, before even dealing with the Destroyer material can be a great aid to this process personally, and later will help all those concerned become powerful and respected ambassadors for the entire Survivalist movement!

(As this is an introduction thread, if you wish to further comment about the Destroyer and Survivalist topics, please reply here: )

Welcome James. It will be interesting to hear your suggestions and comments of survivalism and other related topics, especially those comments inclusive of spiritual development and progress and their integration with survival.

Facebookpage? I`ve shied away thinking they would be based around the fake paperback copy. Would love to hook up with more folks there :slight_smile:

Here’s the link to the Facebook page:

This Facebook group was started by an independent Kolbrin fan, and is not based on the plagiarized version. Please do join, a lot of good folks there!