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Kolbrin/Kailedy / Re: Kolbrin cover design
« Last post by guest1 on December 05, 2016, 11:36:48 PM »
Thank you Len, Page looks fine.
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Kolbrin/Kailedy / Re: Kolbrin cover design
« Last post by guest1 on December 04, 2016, 06:32:52 PM »
Just edited your post psydellix, to help insert your photos. Great work, and excellent inductive reasoning!
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New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / Re: New member seeking fellowship
« Last post by guest1 on December 04, 2016, 05:29:28 PM »
Hi Michael, and welcome to the Forums!

By your introduction, as one who constantly seeks for deeper Truth in ethics, history, spirituality, etc. and who questions the status quo, you seem very much like a fellow traveler. Many come here looking for answers, and when they have found them, move on. A lifetime commitment to Truth, and a lifetime commitment to the perfecting of the Soul, and the world at large, is something more rare. This is perhaps one reason there are so few Culdians, and so few regular posters here. There is an ancient current of Western esoteric spirituality that survives to this day. The keepers of these traditions are, unfortunately, mostly underground due to both persecutions of the past as well as for the need to transmit these traditions to the responsible and dedicated so that they do not become watered down, perverted, abused, or harmful. For those that find them, and are dedicated, these (Western) traditions are more appropriate, as opposed to Eastern Teachings, for those with a Western cultural background.

As you stay and post here, prepare to both learn and teach, to challenge and be challenged. (For starters, as many negative things I could criticize Catholicism, Nationalism, and 'group labels' for, I could also argue corresponding positives. Feel free to post new topics on each of these things and more, and we might broaden each others' horizons through some dialogue and debate.)   

I might suggest you read over the various subjects and threads on this forum aligning to your interest, and add questions or comments where appropriate. Doing so will give you a good feel of the atmosphere and community we are trying to create here. And likewise, if you have any questions for me, personal or otherwise, feel free to post or PM. We're most happy to assist with any specific endeavor you are undertaking. Same goes for you, psydellix!  :)
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New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / Re: New member seeking fellowship
« Last post by guest1 on December 04, 2016, 03:40:45 PM »
Hallo Sanjuro,
 I have come recently to the Kolbrin after reading some of it released to the internet as pdf.The hard copy is a brilliant work of truth, the contents so long hidden by the roman system of control,allied with the khasarian talmudic corruption sourced from the sumarian/babylonian commercial [traffic] system still in operation today [UCC]. . It does match quite succinctly the old & new covenants of traditional scripture as written,though in much more clarity, as scripture is veiled both by corruption and design,though all is present there when one knows where to look.
 Did you also read a copy of Kailedy? 
There are many folk as yourself realizing their true heritage in Spirit as we seem to be at the time of times and a half given in revelation. For another perspective of the knowledge in this vein of truth try some research at the 'Divine Mind Group' web site. There are many mp3 sessions to listen to there, also 300+ sessions on their 'talkshoe' [Talkshoe DMG, Pin  83169] live chat recordings.
I trust this may lead you to many that share your views.
 I am on the east coast of australia an hours drive to the nearest town, and have been on this journey of remembering for many years.
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New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / New member seeking fellowship
« Last post by guest1 on December 02, 2016, 03:36:07 PM »
Hey everyone,

My name is Michael Collins - I am from and reside in Los Angeles California. I would like to first lay out a little about myself to fully put forth my intentions of being here. I have spent the majority of my life challenging the status quo set forth first by Catholicism then by nationalism, constantly seeking truth in it's naked non-human contrivance. Leaving the church willingly at the age of twelve I set myself, knowingly, on a path towards philosophical discovery against the infinite unknown. Now, happily married and at the age of thirty-two, I have developed an understanding of the universe that has served me in not only navigating the modern world but also to aid me in my further understanding of morality, virtue, consequences, and revelations of truth. I learned a long time ago that answers are only as good as your questions and have thus put the furtherance of developing better questions to the highest order as well as the methodologies of doing so. As a result of my choices, I find myself label-less and a free agent - what good this brings I believe I understand, however, it does come with consequences in that building relations with people based upon morale conviction and/or philosophical/spiritual discovery has become tenuous. Indeed, it is easy to find groups who share in political ideologies or prefers a sports team over another, however, finding those who genuinely seek to make the world a better place through investing time to develop both the modes and ideas that foster actual change has proven to be challenging. The trepidation and delicacy required for positive and healthy transformation on a global level are not virtues commonly found in average people.

Why than am I here writing this?

During my investigations of ancient cultures, histories both oral and written, had led me to the Kolbrin - mainly the story of Atlantis and the aftermath of the great floods caused by asteroidal impacts, now being proven throughout the scientific community. Needless to say I was intrigued and later discovered the Kolbrin printed by the Culdian Trust out of New Zealand. I purchased it and read through it. I was, at first, taken back by the messages conveyed in these books. I had not quite experienced, save for some eastern philosophies, ideals that so closely aligned with my general world view. This is not to say that I seek what I consider to be my attributes in other things, I was/am quite content with living my life as a loaner serving the betterment of life, but to see them so plainly laid out and so eloquently spoken... I was given hope that there are people in this world who do adhere to logic and reason and do not allow imaginary lines and taboos to impede further investigations into the mysteries. I am someone who sees boarders as new horizons to be transcended and most definitely seek others of similar dispositions to share and exchange ideas with it in the hopes to elicit positive and lasting change to our world for future generations.

I am new to these forums as well as the people here - I consider myself a highly skeptical person since I believe Catholicism was/is a cult of perverted power (as well as many other institutions both known and unknown), so I am not the kind of person who would place a label on himself or 'join' a group (perhaps to a fault); however, if there are others who read the words in the Kolbrin and saw in it the intentions of the authors as  being those who also struggled through a world of deception and empty novelty and held fast to the goodness inherent in mankind then I must know if those people do exist and see for myself their quality.

I am here for self discovery and, most hopefully, to find lasting friendship. Please, feel free to ask me anything - my life is an open book and I most definitely like to hear any and all thoughts on what I have put forth. Thank you for your time in reading my words.
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Kolbrin/Kailedy / Re: Kolbrin cover design
« Last post by guest1 on November 24, 2016, 05:50:09 AM »
Hi psydellix,

Welcome to the Culdian Forums! Please click on the link below for instructions on adding images:

http://culdiantrust.org/culdianforums/index.php?topic=287.0

Looking forward to your interpretations!
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Kolbrin/Kailedy / Re: Key points from the first chapters of the Kailedy
« Last post by guest1 on November 24, 2016, 04:16:48 AM »
I thought  that the persecution may have been from the roman church, keen to 'lose' anything that might expose the fraud of intersession.
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Kolbrin/Kailedy / Kolbrin cover design
« Last post by guest1 on November 23, 2016, 04:42:48 PM »
Thought to add interpretation of the celtic design on the front cover.
Truly beautiful & expresses most of the truths within!
Don't know how to attach the graphic to this....
--found instructions on how to post images,thankyou.
link to pic=
link = https://www.flickr.com/photos/145961083@N08/shares/w0PT4Q
https://www.flickr.com/photos/145961083@N08/30433271323/in/dateposted-public/

Kolbrin.design by Ant Williamson, on Flickr

2016-11-26 10.27.34 by Ant Williamson, on Flickr


*Admin edit to help post photos
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History: Modern & Ancient / Re: Taoism and the 'Sons of Reflected Light'
« Last post by guest1 on August 26, 2016, 02:44:37 AM »
Ra I found these images from Chee Soo's books on Amazon.co.uk, although they do not contain the outer circle you mentioned. However I'm not sure exactly how much control Chee Soo had over the cover images of these books, the later editions of the Kai Men book for example had him doing weapons forms and the Chang Ming diet book cover had peppers which are not part of his Chang Ming diet.


There are some quotes from the Taoist Ways of Healing regarding the Sons of Reflected Light here: http://orb.uk.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Sons_of_Reflected_Light

Chee Soo also refers to this symbol this time with the circle in Taoist Yoga, the text and image are quoted here:
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Thousands of talismans were used by the early Taoists in their work, and many of them in that far distant era were able to project these emblems around themselves to heal and protect within the cosmic field in which they were working at the time. To the average Westerner it may seem that this was in some way occult, but there was nothing mystical or magical about it, certainly not as far as the Taoist is concerned. It also created harmony between phenomena through the field of inactivity, which in turn provided a very strong link between Taoist belief and Taoist philosophy. Today the Taoist wears only one emblem (which certainly will not be made of gold or gold-plated) and this is it:

It is Dual Monism (the interlocking triangles), which represents the Yin and Yang of all phenomena in the universe (the circle). The six points symbolize the five elements and spiritual or macro-cosmic energy. It also shows the direction of flow of this energy from heaven and earth, and from earth back to heaven. The circle round the Dual Monism represents not only the universe, but also the void, which is the Tao. So the complete symbol stands for everything within and outside the cosmos — heaven and earth, the whole of nature and humanity, and all phenomena, known and unknown. All are one. Unfortunately, we know no Taoist who uses the art of the talisman today, and so possibly another ancient art of the Chinese has been lost in the annals of time.
http://orb.uk.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Talismans

I was a student of Chee Soo at his class in Leamington for several years and he told me that the 'sons of reflected light' were aliens!

One reason Chee Soo may have thought this is that he would sometimes talk about mediation being either Yin, around the world, or Yang, off into space. There is a radio interview I have heard mentioned in a book called Infinite Dao by Patrick Kelly that includes Chee Soo actually voyaging on the Astral Plane to Australia, although I have tried unsuccessfully to track this interview down:
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He told me that interviewers from a London radio station had tested his ability to project his mind to any part of the Earth (Remote Viewing) and were unable to fault him. They asked him, from London, to describe various scenes in Sydney, Australia. Then their assistant there would drive to and confirm the description - in every case correct to the last detail.
http://www.worldwideway.ch/SAGE/PATRICKSTEACHERS/OTHERTEACHERS/cheesoo.html

It may be the missing part of his radio interview with Brian Hayes of which I found a part, I am hoping this interview may resurface at some point but no luck yet.

Coincidentally I was doing sticky hands at Chee Soo's weekend course one Saturday and I got talking to my partner who I had never seen at the classes before and I asked him where he was from thinking he was a local, he said he was from Australia. I was quite surprised and I asked him how he had found out about the class. He said he had met Chee Soo on the astral plane and was told about the class and decided to come over for a visit and some training.

Ra did you know Chee Soo?

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Kolbrin/Kailedy / Re: What is the definition of "KOLBRIN"? why and who named it the "Kolbrin"?
« Last post by guest1 on August 24, 2016, 05:47:02 PM »
Glad to help!

As to symbols, it is not always best to explain in literal terms their meanings. Symbols touch a deeper part of our minds than words, and when we learn to catch their meaning within, much more is revealed than I could possibly tell.

My suggestion is to read the Kolbrin, and think about its overall message... what it is trying to accomplish? where it is coming from? etc. Then, meditate on the symbol. What is it trying to say in connection with the rest of the book?

(Hint: It is a combined symbol, meaning, it is a symbol within a symbol within a symbol, ultimately saying something much larger than their individual separate parts. As your inner eye begins to open, each aspect is revealed.)
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