For the off topic discussions please refer to another topic of the Christian Bible, or Torah that you are quoting from. Or just go to a U2U and abuse
each other in private please.
Here is the real book you are looking for:
Another version here:
I do not know about the guy, Marshall Masters that translated the latest edition. He is not connected to the original holder of documents, not
referred to as a bible either, but compiled ancient manuscripts. He has a website to make money and other prophecies’ about 2012 but to each his
Google Culdian Trust, Kolbrin and Kailedy Manuscripts this will lead you on the path to make your own judgment.
Personally I do not know how authentic the manuscripts are since they were obtained in a fire at a time when many ancient relics and manuscripts were
popping up all over the place as Christianity took a hold in Europe. Many churches report to have multiple relics and manuscripts to purely obtain
tourism and tithes, and another books lets us know how much the Abbey was making. Another book made by the Abbey was the Doomsday Book was
commissioned 1086 to provide records and a census of life in England; Glastonbury Abbey was the richest monastery in the country at that time.
Go here for more information about the Abbey and historical records
"The great Norman structures were consumed by fire in 1184 when many of the ancient treasures were destroyed. One story goes, that in order to raise
extra funds from pilgrims to rebuild the abbey the monks, in 1191, dug to find King Arthur and his Queen Guinevere; and bones from two bodies were
raised from a deep grave in, the cemetery on the south side of the Lady Chapel. These bones were reburied, much later, in 1278 within the Abbey
Church, in a black marble tomb, in the presence of King Edward I."
Then you get another story from here:
“From combined research, the origins of The Kolbrin can be traced back to a large collection of manuscripts salvaged from Glastonbury Abbey during
an arson attack that was intended to destroy them. It was the time of history when there was a great suppression of monasteries. As fate would have
it, the once considered heretical works were transcribed on bronze tablets by the religious druids of the time. Since they were thought to be
destroyed during the fire, they were preserved in secrecy.
Since then, much of the original text was lost or destroyed due to the passage of time, their environment, and human error. Each caretaker though, has
gone to painstaking efforts to preserve what was left and to fill in the gaps with the correct knowledge in order to preserve the original meaning.
During the early fourteenth century, John Culdy, the leader of a small community in Scotland, owned The Kolbrin and took steps to ensure its survival
beyond his care.
The Kolbrin eventually became known as The Bronzebook of Britain, and the contents of additional salvaged manuscripts known as The Coelbook were later
incorporated into it to form the modern version. Its name is possibly derived from the Welsh alphabet called Coelbren - it is not the authentic name
of a particular book which could ever be traced to ancient times. In fact, the Kolbrin is not "a" book, but a collection of texts from different
sources; and obviously the original manuscripts are not to be found.”
Good luck on your search…