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Kolbrin/Kailedy / Re: The Secret Teachings of Jesus to His Disciples
« Last post by guest1 on September 23, 2020, 03:16:27 AM »
Consider the fact that the New Testament contains some of the activities and allegorical teachings of Jesus Christ. However, none of the hidden/higher teachings, nor an explanation as to how one might engage in spiritual practice. Of course through right prayer for understanding and positive reflection on Jesus' words one may come to the essence on their own. The question then arises, why wouldn't Jesus give clear explanations, knowing well that His teachings would be subject to misinterpretation and distortion by those seeking power and glory for themselves?

It is all too easy today for some puffed up preacher to give their interpretation of what Jesus has taught, as most people don't study the Bible either way and have been told to simply follow the "representatives" of God. What seems to make more sense is that all clear and higher teachings were simply removed during the compilation of the Bible. Look at the Gospel of Thomas for example, despite lacking in stories about where Jesus went and who he healed etc. it is full of higher spiritual understanding. Apostle Thomas did not waste any time explaining what Jesus did, rather he focused purely on what Jesus taught.

While it is wonderful to read about the life of Jesus Christ and His glorious interactions with others, without the depth of His teachings it is nothing more than a bedtime story in the hands of the average person. Without a doubt we must have access to Jesus' pastimes, so that we may glorify and remember Him. Though it is clear that anything which provided guidance and a way to connect to God on one's own terms was intentionally removed allowing the "church" to retain power... what Jesus truly meant when He said Church may be discussed in a later post.

Had the majority of the population been given Jesus' real teachings the Christian world, and dare we say the entire world, would be a very different place. That is exactly why communities like the Cathar, the Templars, the Bogomils and many others were targeted by the "church", martyred and forced in to hiding. They knew the true teachings of Jesus and this threatened the feeble hold of the "church" over the people.

We urge everyone to go deep in to the mysteries of the Lord. Search for the Truth in all places, however do so with caution. History has been significantly distorted in favour of the evil one and his minions. Your heart and soul will indicate what is Truth and what is abominable fiction.

May you be blessed in your search for the Truth.
Kolbrin/Kailedy / Re: What is the definition of "KOLBRIN"? why and who named it the "Kolbrin"?
« Last post by guest1 on September 21, 2020, 02:40:43 PM »
While unable to fully comprehend the full meaning of the symbol, one thing that catches the eye is the shape of a womb. The Kolbrin mentions the "Womb of Creation".

"He took thought and brought into being within Himself the Universal Womb of Creation containing the everlasting essence of slumbering spirit." - Book of Creation, Ch 1

Len mentioned that all pieces are insignificant in themselves without understanding the deeper meaning. Therefore this is perhaps only one small piece.

All the best.
New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / Wondering where everyone went...
« Last post by guest1 on September 21, 2020, 02:22:09 PM »
Greetings Everyone,

We feel very fortunate to have come across the Culdian Trust and are looking forward to learning more about your spiritual practices and understanding. Currently reading the Kolbrin and Gospel of Kailedy and are excited to have found yet another set of original scripture which was previously hidden from the world.

What is curious is why the most recent posts are from January of this year... Did everyone migrate to another platform? Is the Culdian Trust still active?

Please let us know if there is another place with which we can associate with you and yours.

Thank you kindly.
Books, Literature, & Authors / William Walker Atkinson
« Last post by guest1 on September 21, 2020, 08:03:38 AM »
Greetings Everyone,

William Walker Atkinson was what one might call "mysterious" in his life and even his "death" (there are claims that his death certificate is written and signed in his own handwriting). Hailing from a humble background, Mr. Atkinson found the teachings of the New Thought movement (not to be confused with New Age) to be a most useful tool in regaining his health after suffering life threatening illness. After which he went in search of Truth and the Arcane.

Mr. Atkinson has written many books under several different pseudonyms, including Yogi Ramacharaka, Swami Panchadasi, Theron Q. Dumont and the Three Initiates. Most of his books emphasize the importance of the Mind, Willpower and Desire, all of which are nicely defined in his books, and are not what we've been led to believe about them.

For any and all interested in his works, below is a link to download the pdf versions of a small handful of his entire collection. Please keep in mind that Mr. Atkinson's work is now public domain, therefore you should have no trouble downloading it.

Other great authors of the power of mind and prayer are Ernest Holmes and Emmet Fox, for which we may do a separate post.

All the best.
Theology / Re: The Cathar (Cathari)
« Last post by guest1 on September 21, 2020, 07:20:48 AM »
This seems to be the only text which we feel truly corresponds to the belief of the Cathar... Despite the fact that we've not been able to find evidence that it was ever written by a member of their community.

Cathars Creed

This church has no membership save those who know they belong.

It has no rivals as it is non competitive.

It is not self seeking, it seeks only to serve.

It knows no boundries, for divisions are an illusion.

It acknowledges all great teachers of the ages, who have shown the Truth of Love.

Those who participate, practice the Truth of Love to the best of their ability.

It seeks not to teach, but to be, and by being, enrich.

It recognises that the way we are, may be the way of those around us, because we are that way.

It recognises that the whole planet is a being of which we are a part.

It recognises that the time has come, to shift from separation in to oneness.

It does not proclaim itself with a loud voice, but in the subtle realms of loving.

It salutes all those in the past who have blazoned the path.

It admits no hierarchy, for no one is greater than another.

It’s members shall know each other by their deeds and being, and by their eyes, and no other outward sign, save the fraternal embrace.

It has no reward to offer, save that of the ineffable joy of being and loving.

Each shall seek to advance the cause of understanding, doing good by stealth and teaching only by example.

They shall heal their neighbour, their community and our planet.

They shall know no fear and feel no shame, and their witness shall prevail over all odds.

It has no secret, no initiation save that of true understanding of the power of Love and that, if we want it to be so the world would change, but only if we want to change.

All those who belong, belong; they belong to the Church of Love.
Theology / The Cathar (Cathari)
« Last post by guest1 on September 21, 2020, 07:13:45 AM »
Greetings Everyone,

The Cathar were known as a very peaceful community, following the path of Love and the original teachings of Jesus. While we have found many sources regarding their supposed ways, their history, how they were oppressed, tortured, killed and forced in to hiding, how they acted externally etc. There are little to no resources regarding their spiritual understanding and practices. It seems that someone or rather a group of individuals has worked hard to hide, destroy or distort any substantial Truth of their ways. *Even the ancient "discovered" scripture of the Cathar seems manipulated, each highly contradicting the other.

If anyone has what they believe to be Truth regarding the Cathar, we would greatly appreciate it!

Thank you kindly.
Theology / The Nag Hammadi Library
« Last post by guest1 on September 21, 2020, 05:58:00 AM »
Greetings Everyone,

For anyone who does not already know, we would like to share the Nag Hammadi Library. In terms of Christianity many, if not all, of the texts therein contain very deep meaning, understanding and spiritual teaching. There are many downloadable versions online (we recommend the earlier versions without all the speculative notations) and there is an online version available here:

Approach with an open mind and let us know what you think!
Kolbrin/Kailedy / The Secret Teachings of Jesus to His Disciples
« Last post by guest1 on September 21, 2020, 05:48:26 AM »
Greetings Everyone,

There are several mentions in the Gospel of Kailedy of Jesus giving secret teachings and deeper understanding to His disciples in private. However, these teachings are unfortunately not given.

"There were many other parables which Jesus used in this place, to bring understanding to the people. He taught simply so all could grasp what He said, but afterwards, when alone with the twelve, He explained things differently, revealing a deeper meaning." - Ch 17

"He then went with His disciples to Allon, where He rested among the trees for seven days, teaching them the secrets of hidden things." - Ch 20

We have been studying what one might call the, "original" teachings of Jesus. The lost scripture such as the Nag Hammadi Library and other ancient Gnostic texts (while avoiding most if not all modern teachings). The Cathar are also of great interest, however it is very challenging to find real information regarding their spiritual practices and understanding.

Is anyone else under the impression that these teachings are among the "secret" and "deeper" teachings given by Jesus Christ to His disciples?

Is there anyone with access to resources or who could point us in the right direction?

Thank you kindly.
Kolbrin/Kailedy / The Cross
« Last post by guest1 on September 21, 2020, 05:35:54 AM »
Greetings everyone,

We're very curious about what others know and understand about the meaning of the word "cross" in the Gospel of Kailedy (and perhaps all other authorised scripture). It seems in the modern Christian community "cross" is pretty much related to one thing, and many even attempt to prove that Jesus Christ was only ever hinting at the way He will end His time on Earth.

After reading the Gospel of Kailedy it is clear that "cross" has either a broad spectrum of meaning or a completely different meaning from that of modern thinkers.

"I can combine the star-girt Circles of Eternity with the lowly cross, and the defeated suffering son with the victorious battle-inspiring fighter." - Ch 1

"Now, the stable was against a hill, behind an inn where sages from the East were staying - men of Sastera, wise in the Books of Heaven, and of Nimrod, who carried the cross of fire." - Ch 5

"The road indicated by John is not My road, but it leads to the same destination. I bring you the Way of the Cross, which is the cross of life." - Ch 8

"Cross of Life" is mentioned several times...

"I say to you, come, take up My cross and bear it manfully, and I will not leave you unsupported." - Ch 15

"And those who follow Me, bearing the burden of My cross, must not be halfhearted in the cause."

"I must carry My cross alone, for there is none with whom I can share the burden of My heart."

As we can see the cross of which Jesus speaks of carrying seems to be something of the heart and not necessarily of physical nature. The infamous crucifix is therefore mentioned later as a "crosspiece".

"Because of the scourging and other sufferings, Jesus was unable to bear the crosspiece He carried." - Ch 24

Though later we see it later being referred to as a "cross"...

"When evening drew near and Jesus had been four hours on the cross, Joseph of Abramatha, being a man of status and authority, went to Pontius Pilate without fear, for they were friends." - Ch 25

It is clear there is more to the "cross" which Jesus (and the scribe in the introduction) are speaking about. Any understanding on the matter would be highly appreciated.

Thank you for your time and patience.
Kolbrin/Kailedy / Re: Krowkasis, Caucasus and the Egyptian Pharaohs + English, Spanish and French
« Last post by guest1 on January 13, 2020, 11:51:30 AM »
This fits very nicely with the writings of some Armenian writers, such as Movses Kavoukjian. it also fits with my sense of the ancient history of the SouthWest of the British isles, where I lived for many years.
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