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The passing of the 12th in the past is mentioned in a book I became acquainted with on my arrival in New Zealand 3 years ago. The book is called The Kolbrin and compiled of manuscripts saved before the burning of Glastonbury Monastery and safeguarded by a group called "The Culdians". I hasten to mention that I am not a Culdian and was given the book by a friend who is a member. The present work was published in 1994 here in Thames by The Culdians and the translation appears in modern English. It is a parallel bible, but interestingly has more detail on certain accounts such as The Flood and Exodus. It names The Destroyer as precipitating both events and there are many pages describing the terrible events to come. Although no dates are mentioned, there can be no doubt that it will be soon. Chapter Four, titled The Deluge from The Book of Gleanings, Paragraph 24

Then, with the dawning, men saw an awesome sight. There, riding on a black rolling cloud came the
Destroyer, newly released from the confines of the sky vaults, and she raged about the heavens, for it was her day of judgement. The beast with her opened its mouth and belched forth fire and hot stones and a vile smoke. It covered the whole sky above and the meeting place of Earth and heaven could no longer be seen. In the evening the places of the stars were changed, they rolled across the sky to new stations, then the floodwaters came.

The floodgates of Heaven were opened and the foundations of Earth were broken apart. The surrounding waters poured over the land and broke upon the mountains. The storehouses of the winds burst their bolts asunder, so storms and whirlwinds were loosed, to hurl themselves upon the Earth. In the seething waters and howling gales all buildings were destroyed, trees were uprooted and mountains cast down. There was a time of great heat, then came a bitter cold. The waves over the waters did not rise and fall but seethed and swirled, there was an awful sound above.

Four more paragraphs to the end of the chapter, describe how the stars were loosened in the Heavens. A ship that had been built been borne up by the waters. The waters filling the valleys and going over the mountain tops in huge surging torrents. The Destroyer then passes, the flood remains for seven days and the ship finally comes to rest in the moutains of Ashtar. And here is described the last passage of the 12th Planet at the time of the Exodus. Book of Manuscripts, The Destroyer Part 3 from the scroll of Adepha, Chapter 5, Para 1:

The Doomshape, called the Destroyer,in Egypt,was seen in all the lands thereabouts. In colour it was bright anf fiery, in appearance changing and unstable. It twisted about itself like a coil, like water bubbling into a pool from an underground supply, and all men agree it was a most fearsome sight. It was not a great comet or a loosened star, being more like a fiery body of flame.

Para 4:

This was the aspect of the Doomshape called the Destroyer, when it appeared in days long gone by, in
olden times. It is thus described in the old records, few of which remain. It is said that when it appears in the Heavens above, Earth splits open from the heat, like a nut roasted before the fire. Then flames shoot up through the surface and leap about like fiery fiends upon black blood. The moisture inside the land is all dried up, the pastures and cultivated places are consumed in flames and they and all trees become white ashes.

Chapter 6, Para 31:

There was a strange silence and then, in the gloom, it was seen that the waters had parted, leaving a passage between. The land had risen, but it was disturbed and trembled, the way was not straight or clear. The waters about were if spun within a bowl, the swamp land alone remained undisturbed. From the horn of the Destroyer came a high shrilling noise which stopped the ears of men.

Para 29

Pharoah fought against the hindmost of the slaves and prevailed over them, and there was a great slaughter amid the sand, the swamp and the water.

Para 37

The great surge of rocks and waters overwhelmed the chariots of the Egyptians who went before the footmen. The chariot of the Pharoah was hurled into the air as if by a mighty hand and was crushed in the midst of the rolling waters.

There is much description of massive upheaval in this chapter caused by The Destroyer leaving no doubt that the Slaves only managed to escape during a time of great chaos in the fermenting landscape. Then, about the future: Chapter 3 The Destroyer Part 1, from the Great Scroll, Para 1:

Men forget the days of the Destroyer. Only the wise know where it went and that it will return in its appointed hour.

Para 3:

When ages pass, certain laws operate upon the stars in the Heavens. Their ways change, there is movement and restlessness, they are no longer constant and a great light appears redly in the skies.

Para 4:

When blood drops upon the earth, the Deastroer will appear and moutains will open up and belch forth fire and ashes. Trees will be destroyed and all living things engulfed. Waters will be swallowed up by the land and seas will boil.

The timing for this event will be when “women will be as men and men as women”, “men will fly in the air as birds and swim in the sea as fishes”, “then shall the high strive with the low” etc, etc. There follows a depiction of the effects of The Destroyer this time around which is poetic and terrifying, i.e. “when children will turn grey headed”.

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Note: an inexpensive paperback or ebook copy of the Kolbrin can be purchased, available at Amazon or from the publisher, YOWUSA.