The fact is, global cataclysms are inevitable and unstoppable, because they are nature’s crucibles of evolution. Therefore, the more often we use the phrase “evolutionary event,” instead of “catastrophic event,” the easier it will be for us to prepare for future cataclysms - both foreseen and unforeseen.
As a researcher and author, Marshall sees a bright future for our species, because in spite of our many setbacks and failings, we keep pushing forward. In the near future, he sees us crossing the threshold of yet another evolutionary event. Those who survive the crossing will live to see the beginning of a new millennium of peace. One that has been long foretold and cannot be denied. Bringing this message of hope and ancient wisdom to others is now Marshall’s personal goal and his mission as a publisher and lecturer.
When the Discovery Channel teamed up with BBC to produce Supervolcano in 2005, the trend in the media turned to giving viewers realistic docudramas and no-nonsense documentaries about the catastrophic threats we face. Not because the media is particularly interested in sacrificing profits for the public good, but rather, because the public has largely lost interest in entertaining Pollyanish titillation. Now they want information they can use!
In 2002, Marshall anticipated this trend and used the entertainment approach of catastrophe docudramas like Supervolcano to introduce people to the frightening aspects of global catastrophes with Godschild Covenant: Return of Nibiru. A fact-based action novel about how humanity survives the flyby of Nibiru in 2012, with the help of aliens. Nibiru is heavily documented in the Sumerian texts as translated by scholar, Zecharia Sitchin.
When Marshall sat down to write Godschild Covenant, the one overriding question in his mind was what would humanity draw upon to survive and rebuild after a massive global catastrophe. After completing the manuscript, he had is answer. The best hope for our species is not our gizmos. Rather, we can survive the worst hardships to come for as long as men and women love and cherish each other for their differences — as coequals.
After publishing Godshild Covenant, Marshall’s attention turned from the future to the present. What can we do today to ensure our individual survival in the next global catastrophe?
When you talk about global catastrophe to people, the first thing you find is that everyone has their own Plan A. For some, it is waiting for a religious event to happen. For others, it is often a more cavalier “I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it” plan.
As a secular thinker, Marshall understands that the genuine threats we face from natural events such as impact events and supervolcano eruptions are real. He views the Plan A approaches mentioned above as being untenable, because they presume that things do not change, nor that we learn from history. Therefore, he no interest in trying to change anybody’s Plan A. Rather, his mission is to offer useful survival knowledge to those willing to consider a Plan B.
It is this driving sense of mission that led him to publish The Kolbrin Bible. A newly revealed Egyptian-Celtic wisdom text that offers the knowledge of those who survived past global catastrophes — so we can live!
Global warming has become a planetary crisis. We sense the worst is yet to come and the ancients tell us similar events have happened before. They've seen natural catastrophes we've yet to see, and lived through tribulations we've yet to endure. This is why they began writing about their experiences 3600 years ago for the benefit of those yet unborn. All this plus their dire prophesies for our near future come to us in the 11 books of The Kolbrin Bible. It is your history. It is your future. Surviving it, is your choice
The Kolbrin Bible is a 2-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 books are called the "Celtic texts" and were penned by Celtic priests following the death of Jesus.
What makes the historical accounts in this book different from other ancient texts is that they were not written by the victors. Rather, they were faithfully recorded by those who survived numerous global cataclysms, thousands of years ago.
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Updated: June 08, 2008
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