Mari Loli _ (Garabandal Visionary)
There will come a time when all motors and machines will stop; a terrible wave of heat will strike the earth and men will begin to feel a great
thirst. In desperation they will seek water, but this will evaporate from the heat . . . Then almost everyone will despair and they will seek to kill
one another . . . But they will lose their strength and fall to the earth. Then it will be understood that it is God alone Who has permitted this.
Then we saw a crowd in the midst of flames. The people ran to hurl themselves into the lakes and seas. But the water seemed to boil and in place of
putting out the flames, it seemed to enkindle them even more.
The Kolbrin Bible
THE DESTROYER - PART 3
FROM THE SCROLL OF ADEPHA
The Doomshape, called the Destroyer, in Egypt, was seen in all the lands whereabouts. In colour it was bright and fiery, in appearance changing and
unstable. It twisted about itself like a coil, like water bubbling into a pool from an underground supply, and all men agree it was a most fearsome
sight. It was not a great comet or a loosened star, being more like a fiery body of flame.
Its movements on high were slow, below it swirled in the manner of smoke and it remained close to the sun whose face it hid. There was a bloody
redness about it, which changed as it passed along its course. It caused death and destruction in its rising and setting. It swept the Earth with grey
cinder rain and caused many plagues, hunger and other evils. It bit the skin of men and beast until they became mottled with sores.
The Earth was troubled and shook, the hills and mountains moved and rocked. The dark smoke-filled Heavens bowed over Earth and a great howl came to
the ears of men, borne to them upon the wings of the wind. It was the cry of the Dark Lord, the Master of Dread. Thick clouds of fiery smoke passed
before him and there was an awful hail of hot stones and coals of fire. The Doomshape thundered sharply in the Heavens and shot out bright lightings.
The channels of water were turned back unto themselves when the land tilted, and great trees were tossed about and snapped like twigs. Then a voice
like ten thousand trumpets was heard over the wilderness, and before its burning breath the flames parted. The whole of the land moved and mountains
melted. The sky itself roared like ten thousand lions in agony, and bright arrows of blood sped back and forth across its face. Earth swelled up like
bread upon the hearth.
This was the aspect of the Doomshape called the Destroyer, when it appeared in days long gone by, in olden times. It is thus described in the old
records, few of which remain. It is said that when it appears in the Heavens above, Earth splits open from the heat, like a nut roasted before the
fire. Then flames shoot up through the surface and leap about like fiery fiends upon black blood. The
moisture inside the land is all dried up, the pastures and cultivated places are consumed in flames and they and all trees become white ashes. The
Doomshape is like a circling ball of flame which scatters small fiery offspring in its train. It covers about a fifth part of the sky and sends
writhing snakelike fingers down to Earth. Before it the sky appears frightened, and it breaks up and scatters away. Midday is no brighter than night.
It spawns a host of terrible things. These are things said of the Destroyer in the old records, read them with a solemn heart, knowing that the
Doomshape has its appointed time and will return. It would be foolish to let them go unheeded. Now men say, "Such things are not destined for our
days". May the Great God above grant that this be so. But come, the day surely will, and in accordance with his nature man will be unprepared.