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The Kolbrin, or The Kolbrin Bible, is a collection of texts alleged to be the translation of an ancient manuscript. It was promoted in North America during on late night radio programs.

Paul Hughes of apologetics. The “book” is virtually unknown to any mainstream organization or medium. No hard copy of the purported original has been presented or is known to exist.

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Several attempts have been made to write an article about the book on Wikipedia[2] but every attempt has been deleted due to the lack of reliable sources. The Kolbrin contains eleven ko,brin. The first six books are said to have been scribed by Egyptian writers shortly after the Exodus which should be a red flag right thereand are collectively called the “Bronzebook.

These texts are claimed in the introduction to have been kept at Glastonbury Abbey and the first section transcribed to bronze sheets, allowing them to survive the fire ofwhich the text’s publishers allege was e, to destroy these and other heretical texts.

The texts are then alleged to have been transmitted through a series of owners, including one John Culdy in the early s, eventually being entrusted to “a small religious group in England” and thence to the Hope Trust, “of which little is known. No old manuscript or evidence of literary or scholarly references to it are available.


In particular, the publishers not only have no manuscript to exhibit, but no ell provenance other than vague allusions to an kolrin religious group and a fictional medieval cult called the Culdians playing on the name of the real but obscure Celtic Christian monks the Culdees.

The foreword states that the text “has been adequately validated and endorsed by Higher Authorities” without naming them. The kolbrni then adds, “Undoubtedly, additional material has been incorporated with good intent, to fill gaps and elaborate on the original”, and further that “No claim is made regarding historical accuracy”, but that its origin is unimportant. At present three editions of the material are available. A hardbound edition has been published, in association with the Culdian Trust, and is divided between two volumes, titled The Kolbrin and The Gospel of the Kailedy; the same group also presents an online edition.

The Culdian Trust claims the softcover version is unauthorised. The connections between the various versions are obscure.

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The website first appears in the Internet Archive in ; the first reference on that site to the Culdian Trust does not appear until October of that year; nor does the Culdian Trust website appear until February of WorldCat contains listings with copyright dates of [7] and[8] though the OCLC numbers were created and respectively. Libraries can have years-long cataloguing backlogs, particularly for low-interest items, but these dates are consistent with other sightings.

The Library of Congress lists other Culdian Trust works with copyright dates in the s, though the works were added in Masters first mentions the Kolbrin in his book Indigo-E. The text also attempts to support British Israelism as well as providing apocryphal teachings of Jesus Christ.


Hughes suggests Glenn Kimball as a possible author; [1] in Kimball published an article on the Kolbrin texts and was associated with Masters’s edition of the text.

The author of the Barddas, Iolo Morganwgwas an 18th century Druid enthusiast who incorporated fragments of authentic Druidic and Bardic lore with material of his own invention. Morganwg was also a known forger and an opium addict. It may be that kolrbin author of the Kolbrin borrowed this title from the Barddas.

None of the material in the Barddas cited as being from the Coelbren corresponds to anything in the Kolbrin, nor does Morganwg’s backstory for the Coelbren correspond to that of the Kolbrin. The woo is out there UFOlogy Aliens did it Keel Men in black The Aetherius Society The Kolbrin Bible crystallinks.

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