Expert in ancient manuscripts, Glenn Kimball, discussed the origin as well as the stories and dire prophecies of The Kolbrin, an anthology of ancient wisdom books found in the Glastonbury Abbey during the 12th century.
The documents were written during the intertestamental period, Kimball explained, and its final form was intact by the beginning of the second century A.D. He said The Kolbrin was used as a textbook in religious schools throughout Great Britain and taught all the way up to the time of the Crusades. The Knights Templar eventually took possession of these documents (to protect them from the likes of King Edward I of England) and redacted The Kolbrin to reflect their point of view, Kimball noted.
Kimball shared several stories from The Kolbrin, including its account of Creation, Adam and Eve, and the Exodus. He also talked about a potential threat to Earth from 'The Destroyer,' a large spherical planetoid in orbit around the Sun. Kimball said The Kolbrin provides a firsthand, journalistic description of the devastation caused the last time this celestial body approached our planet.
During the second half-hour, investigative reporter Peter Lance returned with an update on a military data-mining exercise code-named Able Danger. According to Lance, information provided by Able Danger showed links between Mohamed Atta, the lead 9/11 hijacker, and the terrorist cell of 'Blind Sheik' Rahman and Ramzi Yousef in New York. Lance believes Yousef was the architect of the 9/11 attacks and could have been stopped in the '90s. He also said this information was known and has been covered up by the 9/11 Commission.
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