Celtic Texts of the Coelbook: The Last Five Books of the Kolbrin Bible

Celtic Texts of the Coelbook: The Last Five Books of the Kolbrin Bible

Janice Manning, Editor
Marshall Masters, Contributor

Newly Revealed Wisdom Text with First-Person Quotes From Jesus

Britain Book 2:1 This is the true record of events concerning Jesus, son of Joseph and Mary, which we have received by the hands of several who have lived within the circle of His Light, and more especially from one who is our earthly father in the faith. He being not the least among the articulate ones who knew Jesus, and a person of no mean estate, both in the distant land from whence he came and in this more virile land.


Britain Book 2:6 Jesus, our Master, Light of our Life was hung on the shameful cross in His twenty-seventh year, this being the one thousand and ninety-ninth year of Britain, in the reign of Tiberius, ruler of the Roman lands to the east.

The Kolbrin Bible is a 2-part, 11-book secular anthology. The last five books are called the “Celtic texts” and were penned by Celtic priests following the crucifixion of Jesus at about the same time the first Gospels of the New Testament were penned.  Published separately as the Celtic Texts of the Coelbook, it offers a fusion of Celtic and Druid mysticism, Judaism, and Egyptian anthropology.   

It also features eyewitness accounts of Jesus recorded by Celtic merchants who traveled from Great Britain to the shores of Israel and modern-day Lebanon on Phoenician ships, where they met Jesus, his disciples, and his family while conducting business.


  • Cover: Paperback
  • Pages: 200 pages
  • Weight: 13 ounces
  • Dimensions: 7.44 x 0.42 x 9.69 inches
  • ISBN-10: 1597720305
  • ISBN-13: 978-1597720304
  • Published: May 31, 2006

The accounts of Jesus contained in the Celtic texts were those of Celtic merchants who traveled from Great Britain on Phoenician ships to the shores of Israel and modern-day Lebanon, where they met Jesus, his disciples, and family in the course of business.

These eyewitness Celtic accounts of Jesus invalidate the Christ myth theory that he was a myth with no historical substantiality.   This is because, thanks to The Kolbrin Bible, we have historical proof that Celts walked with Jesus in his day and wrote about it.  For this reason, courageous and dedicated Celtic monks hid in Scotland for centuries until its release after the fall of the Soviet Union, predicted by the Egyptians over 3600 years ago.

Publisher’s Commentary by Marshall Masters

The Kolbrin Bible was initially brought to my attention by Steven Russell of Australia.  Our initial interest was to corroborate the Sumerian accounts of Nibiru, known as Planet X, with those of The Kolbrin Bible.  It offers detail-rich, man-on-the-street reports of previous flybys of the Destroyer, as the Hebrews and the Egyptians call it.  Essential to our efforts, we began publishing the book.

Through another publisher in Seattle, we sourced a digital copy of the work through a publishing services firm in India, with a stern warning from its owner.  He initially planned on publishing the book, but his partners feared the consequences of publishing a text with never-before-seen extrabiblical eyewitness accounts of Jesus.

At the time, he advised me that the manuscript had a terrible history of suppression since English King Henry II accused the Celtic priest of heresy as per the dictates of Rome and sacked the Glastonbury Abbey in 1184 CE.

His concerns were not about Christian reader backlash but something more serious: vicious suppression by powerful elites seeking to control the narrative.  His warning served us well because, over the years, we’ve had to battle efforts to suppress The Kolbrin Bible more than once, and thankfully, with the grace of God, The Kolbrin Bible endured as it has for thousands of years.

For this reason, we knew the book would have to stand up under great scrutiny.  I initiated two evaluations to determine Egyptian and Celtic texts’ authenticity and creation history.  The first test was the work itself.  As prima facia evidence, could it eliminate any possibility of a forgery?

Authenticity would be the deciding factor as we did not want to be duped like the West German news magazine Stern in 1983 after it bought the Hitler Diaries.  After going to press, they discovered they’d bought a clever forgery and halted publication with a terrible loss.

I assigned this task to our editor, Janice Manning.  A fellow member of Mensa, it took her two years to update the 20th-century edition to the 21st-century edition with over 1,600 typographical corrections based on the Chicago Manual of Style, and the phrasing remains precisely the same.  After completing her edit of the work, she then conducted her authenticity analysis, which took her another six months.

Janet’s devotion to the work was impressive, and her findings were that it would be virtually impossible for The Kolbrin Bible to be a forgery like the Hitler Diaries because only one man authored that forgery.  This is because she identified over 150 unique writing voices in The Kolbrin Bible.  She stated that they are so different it would be impossible to forge them unless you hired a small army of frauds, and then how would one keep that a secret?

That proved the work’s authenticity, but what about the extrabiblical Jesus accounts our publishing partner in India warned us about?  As Janice was doing her work, I conducted a separate three-year provenance study of the work with the help of Kolbrin researchers Steve Russell and Glenn Kimball.

In the Introduction to The Kolbrin Bible, we presented some of our findings that Jesus Christ appears to have sailed to Great Britain on a Phoenician ship with his great uncle Joseph of Arimathea.  Nonetheless, while this is interesting, it does not go to provenance because the accounts of interest were journaled in Israel, not Great Britain.

Therefore, we were concerned about who penned the accounts where Jesus essentially spoke through the journal entries of the Celtic traders who walked with him.  There are approximately 25 pages on this, and we found the answer within Celtic Texts at the end of those passages.

Britain 3:58 This has been copied and edited as found.  It appears to have been preceded by a document entitled, ‘The Sayings of Jesus.’ For some reason, it has been cut up into pieces, each containing just a few paragraphs.  Included were other scraps from some much later source, which, for various reasons, are suspect.  The latter part of this manuscript is probably a late if not modern addition, but it may have been re-written from some older material.  This has not been altered and is included under the authorization given to the compilers.

The deciding clue was in the Jesus accounts.  They were in strips with short text entries and other scraps.  We also observed that the Jesus accounts lacked the flourish of other passages authored by professional scribes and priests.

It was common in those times, as it is today, to keep a daily journal, to track business transactions, and so forth.  It stands to reason they would have made a series of daily journal entries.  When compiling those journal entries, the compilers would have extracted the Jesus accounts from the journals by cutting them into strips and scraps.  Therefore, these compiler notes establish the authenticity of these accounts.

Our three-year study finds that the extrabiblical passages in the Celtic texts represent authentic eyewitness accounts of Jesus and provide unequivocal proof that he lived as described in the New Testament and is not a contrived myth.

Marshall Masters, Publisher
September 1, 2023