Bin heute zufällig über die so genannte Kolbrin-Bibel gestolpert, sie besteht wie dieherkömmliche Bibel aus zwei Teilen, in diesem Fall aber aus einem ägyptischen Teil, derdirekt im Anschluss an den Exodus verfasst wurde, und aus einem keltischen Teil, der michpersönlich jetzt nicht so sehr interessiert.
Zum ägyptischen Teil jedoch habe ichfolgendes gefunden:
"...The Torah (Old Testament) version of the Ten Plagues ofEgypt is the history of a nation and it describes a righteous victory of Moses overPharaoh. In simple terms, it is the story of Exodus as told by the victor. Conversely,the first six books of The Kolbrin Bible, which are collectively referred to as theEgyptian texts, contain the story of Exodus as told by the defeated some 3600 years ago.While there are many similarities between the stories of the Torah and the EgyptianTexts, it is the latter that offers a truly unvarnished account of a nation shaken to itscore.
According to the Egyptian Texts, Pharaoh and his army caught the Jews inthe midst of their Red Sea crossing and slaughtered better than half of them before thewaters swept them away as well. Weakened by plagues that devastated the whole world, themisery of Egypt was only half-fulfilled.
Militarily decimated, Egypt's treasuriesand granaries became the prized targets of the starved hoards who invaded from the South. Much blood was shed to repel them. Yet, there was an even worse fate in store. TheEgyptians were shaken to their national core by an experience many times worse than 9-11. This is because 9-11 never made America lose it's faith in God, whereas Exodus left theEgyptians with impotent and unworthy gods.
As the Jews wandered the Sinai writingtheir Torah, a studious new Pharaoh and his humbled Egyptian intelligentsia reasoned thatJews were onto something, so they resolved themselves to find the one true God ofAbraham. What ensued was perhaps one of the most remarkable wisdom-gathering events ofthe ancient world as the Egyptian intelligentsia fanned out to the farthest reaches ofthe kingdom's trading sphere to conduct a first ever regional anthropologicalstudy.
During the day, scribes and academics conducted business as usual, and thenduring off hours, they interviewed the wisest of many lands. Their field notesaccompanied usual shipments back to Egypt and were then compiled into a secular worktitled the Great Book. Penned in an ancient hieratic script, the Great Book was overfour times the size of The King James Bible, and one part titled the Sons of Firecontains a significant amount of ancient Phoenician folklore; an ancient maritime nationwell worth remembering..."
Quelle:http://yowbooks.com/html/kolbrin__phoenician.html (Archiv-Version vom 17.05.2007)
"The Kolbrin Bible is a2-part, 11-book secular anthology. The first six books are called the "Egyptian texts"and were penned by Egyptian academicians following the Hebrew Exodus. The last five booksare called the "Celtic texts" and were penned by Celtic priests following the death ofJesus.
Historical accounts in The Kolbrin Bible offer numerous prescientdescriptions of a large reddish object called "The Destroyer," which orbits our Sun. Italso correlates to Nostradamus's "Bearded Star," Mother Shipton's "Fiery Dragon" and the"Red Comet" warning of the Mayan Calendar 2012 Prophecies.
The Egyptians tell usit caused Noah’s Flood and the Ten Plauges of Exodus. They warn us it will return withcatastrophic results in the near future, and many of the harbinger signs offered in thetext have are now coming to pass."
Natürlich ist dasalles sehr mit Vorsicht zu genießen, denn leider findet man sehr wenig zu derKolbrin-Bibel. Der erste, ägyptische Teil gehört wohl zu den Apokryphen, wenn ich dasrichtig verstanden habe, und würde, da ja die blanke Astronomie (vor allem der alle 3600Jahre wiederkehrende und Zerstörer genannte Himmelskörper) einen Großteil des religiösenInhalts der Bibel ersetzt, nicht ins Konzept der Kirche passen.