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General Metaphysics: Theory & Practice / Re: Alchemy :)
« Last post by marcuss on June 25, 2017, 02:16:34 AM »
Hi an article i read about alchemy years ago in the nexus magazine described David Hudson's rediscovery of white gold see his sales site [https://monatomic-orme.com/david-hudson/] and his ORME Orbitally Rearranged Monotomic Element British Patent # GB 2,219,995 A ( December 28, 1989 )  UK Class: C1A &c
International Class: C21D
Non-Metallic, Monoatomic Forms of Transitional Elements invented by
David Radius Hudson
Concord Research Corp., 15650 North Black Canyon Hwy., Phoenix, AZ 85023

At[ http://www.rexresearch.com/ormes/ormes.htm] .
 Which gives a very accurate method of electron balancing the precious elements into there higher dimensional states, now how you use those ORME's is another question! Material gain, physical growth, spiritual advancement, less is more. Just be mindful of the warnings that allways accompany the "redlion".
Have fun marcuss
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General Metaphysics: Theory & Practice / Re: Alchemy :)
« Last post by IsiahAll on June 05, 2017, 02:09:12 AM »
I'd love to turn stuff into gold lol.
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Politics and Economics / Re: Politically Opposed: How Can We Live Together?
« Last post by wsimm101 on May 11, 2017, 06:51:23 PM »
We all seek after a singular ego expression . A moment of joy and perfection, in which these principles are unified. the ego is formed as it is exposed to the world. the greater that exposure or separation, violent ripping there-from whence it cometh.  It is and receiveth that which it needeth from the world in degrees. Pressure is applied as the ego expresses itself and more comes out and over and over we go, whether you say no or not!
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News and Announcements / Old Meets New
« Last post by Len on February 26, 2017, 10:41:57 PM »
Belated wishes to each of you after the holidays and New Year! A new year means a fresh beginning in a timeless cycle. This month, we have several beginnings to share with you; some new, some old, some timeless in reflection of the Cycle of Life itself.

As to new rotational Teachings, first on the agenda is The Book of Gwineva. This was the very first book to be put out by the Culdians, and it represents our group's first experience into a much wider spiritual world. One could say Gwineva herself, being our first contact with a much more developed otherworldly being, is the unofficial patron of the Culdian Trust, and her communications in this book represent much of the core foundation of our movement and organization. More than this, however, her Teachings alone are enough to cover the depth and breadth for any individual, family, or new group wishing to lay a foundation for greater ethical and spiritual practice.

This is an important point. One must have a solid and worthwhile foundation to build any meaningful structure, and there are few that can equal the Teachings of Gwineva in the realm of Spirituality. More than this, Gwineva's Teachings speak to modern problems in today's society. Too often, we look to ancient Teachers speaking to a society we cannot relate to. Gwineva bridges this gap by directly confronting modern problems, and how they may be remedied in our personal lives from a perspective of timeless wisdom.

The Book of Gwineva is presently being offered free to read for all logged in website members, and Parts I & II are available for anyone visiting the site.

The second selection from our Teachings, available free to read for all, speaks comprehensively on the subject of its own title: Reincarnation. This booklet deals with the logical, scientific, and theological proofs and scope of the subject of reincarnation. As the Circle of Life completes itself, as a senior lies on his deathbed awaiting transition to a newborn babe, we find old meeting new in our own lives.

Lastly, we have to share one of the latter, and also relatively younger, wisdom books from the Kolbrin, The Book of Lucius. Lucius is one of the most refined and enlightened characters in the entire Kolbrin, and the entire book is a recording of his Teachings. This book is not for the average dabbler, or one seeking a more elementary or intermediate instruction. These are deep metaphysical Teachings meant for those seeking to pierce the veil between the seen and unseen. It is for those called to become 'Masters of Life', for those consciously on the Soulpath, for those Journeying to find direct connection with the Higher Sources of Existence. For those ready to take the next step, The Book of Lucius is available free to read for all logged in members of the website.

All of these works may be purchased for you to keep from our Store, but are available for you to read now, for free! Until next time...
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Theology / Re: Comparative Theology #1: The Golden Rule
« Last post by Len on February 26, 2017, 12:56:07 PM »
It has been some time I have been away. I  am happy to be here now with a question.
Religions do share common ethics in various ways. In the Catholic view from which I was taught the commandments now seem sometimes misspoken.
The first I thought about this was with "thou shalt not kill".
Should it not say "cherish and defend the sacred gift of life"?
Do other religions confuse this way, making defense of innocent life a sin if it requires violence?

Good to see you back, Tim!

The problem of "thou shalt not kill" is one of translation. In ancient Hebrew, this commandment would more correctly be translated to "You shall not murder." (The New King James Version [NKJV] and English Standard Version [ESV] of the Bible, the two most accurate modern translations of the Bible, do use the word "murder" instead of "kill".) Meaning, justifiable killing in self defense, war, or legal executions are morally permitted in Jewish and Christian doctrine.

These sorts of confusions arise when religion becomes hoary with age, or have grown too long in the tooth. Meaning becomes divorced from symbol and ritual, and eventually, becoming a hollowed out shell of it's former self, no longer serves the purpose to which it was originally intended. Likewise, conditions in society and culture change and evolve, which require removal of some non-applicable dogma, and the addition of new instruction for more modern issues and problems.

What is required here is more enlightened modern practitioners in communion with Spirit that can correctly update and clarify ethical and spiritual subjects to modernity. Every generation needs these "prophets", and those whom Spirit 'calls' needs lamps in the darkness for progression on their Journey for Direct Communication. Knowing an answer, directly perceived by a Higher Source, is preferable to academic, theological guess work that juggles the garbled translations of prophets lost to age for millennia, and cross referencing these with intellectual stabs in the dark from theological commentary often at variance with each other.

This is what Culdians attempt to accomplish in our own small way, in which ancient Teachings are clarified in the Kolbrin, modern Teachings are laid out in the Booklets and Channeled Works, and those 'called' for Higher, Direct Experience may be shown the way to the Source.
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Theology / Re: Comparative Theology #1: The Golden Rule
« Last post by timhallen3730 on January 21, 2017, 03:53:59 AM »
It has been some time I have been away. I  am happy to be here now with a question.
Religions do share common ethics in various ways. In the Catholic view from which I was taught the commandments now seem sometimes misspoken.
The first I thought about this was with "thou shalt not kill".
Should it not say "cherish and defend the sacred gift of life"?
Do other religions confuse this way, making defense of innocent life a sin if it requires violence?
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New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / Re: Coming Home!
« Last post by Seeker on December 15, 2016, 11:51:29 AM »
Hi Jay! I had the same experience when I started reading the Kolbrin. Wish there was more activity. I know the Culdian Trust is out of New Zeland, hope all is well. This information and guidance is so critical for us who seek the truth! Grace, Peace and Love Jay!
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New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / Allow me to introduce myself.......
« Last post by Jay_Mc on December 15, 2016, 06:37:28 AM »
Hi Everyone,

The name is Jay and I am in the state of Queensland in Australia.
I discovered the Kolbrin about 1 1/2 hours ago, and it struck such a nerve that I had to seek more information; and here I am.
I am a very Spiritual person and do not lean to any particular doctrine/ideology in any way. I feel the is truth in everything.
My interests are strong in Celtic/Pictish traditions, it's in my blood, and this aspect is a factor that lead me here and I am very grateful for finding this site and The Culdian Trust.
I look forward to learning from everyone, sharing with everyone and of coarse just generally socialising, so feel free to message me anytime.
Thanks for having me and take care.

Jay  8)
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New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / Re: Coming Home!
« Last post by Jay_Mc on December 15, 2016, 06:30:19 AM »
Hi Seeker,
Just a quick message to introduce myself. I've only just found this site an hour ago, and BOOM!!! my whole perspective has changed.
The Kolbrin was quoted on a Facebook post and it really hit a nerve and I thought I would search some more, and here I am.
I look forward to sharing all sorts of things with you and everyone else plus look forward to your experiences.
Take Care
Jay
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New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / Re: New member seeking fellowship
« Last post by Jay_Mc on December 15, 2016, 06:26:44 AM »
Hi Michael,
I've just joined myself, literally a few minutes ago. I stumbled across the Kolbrin via someone's Facebook post and was blown away.
It certainly hit a nerve in a good way, so I just running with it.
Great to meet you and hope to share information and chats.
Take Care
Jay
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