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Knowledge Through The Ether? 26 janvier 2001
Par peterstoll - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
This book was written by the son of a man who was, and is now, known as the 'sleeping prophet'. Without getting into a discourse on Cayce himself, it can be said that this short work is a compilation of selected Cayce 'trance readings', with interpretation by Edgar Evans Cayce, that pertain to the lost (and found?) civilization(s) of Atlantis.
The crux here is that Cayce seemingly predicted, by virtue of discussion of the technologies of the Atlantean civilization, breakthroughs such as atomic power, lasers, genetic engineering & cloning, and others, all long before such things were part of the modern human tapestry. Cayce died in 1945 and the readings took place beginning in the 1920s.
Cayce's trance references to the rediscovery of Atlantis off the coast of Bimini in the late 1960s (decades after Cayce's death), were 'confirmed' by the chance discovery of the Bimini Wall right on schedule. Cayce's prediction of the discovery of the Atlantis 'Hall of Records' under the paw of the Sphinx was perhaps likewise confirmed when an hitherto unknown chamber was found precisely there just recently. It remains unopened as of this writing.
Cayce claimed that his trances, mostly conducted as healing readings for the ill as measures of last resort, and to which references to Atlantis were apparently incidental, were in fact communications with spiritual 'entities' across the ether of time and space. Spiritual reincarnation of the entities is implied, as Cayce was, it seems, himself a citizen of Atlantis.
It is important to note that Cayce took no pay for his work, lived a modest life, and, to this author's knowledge, has never been accused of fraud or deceit of any kind. It is said that his medical readings resulted in cures for thousands in cases that otherwise baffled then-modern medicine
Cayce's 'entities' make reference to a series of battles for the societal direction of Atlantis, with two primary factions facing off: the Sons of the Law of One, or the ostensible 'good', spritually-motivated people, and the Sons of Belial, the 'evil', manipulative, and materialistically motivated people, and those who likewise brought upon the utlimate Atlantean demise through the misuse of an enormously powerful crystal-based energy system.
Cayce's communications reveal that, while Atlantis was put asunder through a technological catastrophe, remnants of the civilization survived and migrated to places including Incan Peru, Mayan Yucatan, and pre-dynastic Egypt, perhaps explaining the incredible edifices in these places which, to many, modern science still lacks the ability to adequately explain.
Reading these passages is quite evocative. One 'feels' that they are correct. The references to the finding of the Hall of Records, and the attendant possibility that mankind might therein discover the true history of the human race, is quite compelling.
Also of note are references to Egyptian 'clinics' charged with undoing genetic monstrosities attributable to the activities of the Sons of Belial, and wherein beings trapped in horrific cross-species mutations were somehow freed. A reference to the Antartic ice cap being only 6000 years old is also certainly noteworthy, particularly in light of the fact that this would not be a typical statement of a man with nothing to gain in lying, and, of course, in the fact that it is thought that this ice has been present for hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of years.
Did dinosaurs roam the earth during the height of Atlantis (50,000-10,000BC)? Cayce thought so, as the Atlanteans had used genetic engineering to revive long-extinct species.
In trance, Cayce makes reference to great earth changes, past and present. Foremost is a reference to a cataclysmic shift in earth polarity during Atlantis' time, and another coming soon!
A weakness of the book are the well-intended analyses by Edgar Evans Cayce, which, while in the main forthright and interesting, perhaps would best be left to the reader; the book was written in 1968 and many of the references in the albeit well-researched commentary by EEC are therefore out of date.
Whether the wisdom here is true or not, remember that Cayce has never been accused of being a liar or charlatan. His trance persona believed the entities from which the knowledge was delivered. The utter lack of subjectivity within the readings themselves tends to suggest that Cayce's only motivation is sharing insight. The further fact that it was only after Edgar Cayce's death that these particular readings were widely publicized should be considered indicative of a man without hidden the agendas of sensationalism, self-promotion, or financial profit.
This book is highly recommended for anyone interested in archaelogy, lost civilizations, or anyone with an open mind that is unsatisfied with the completeness of modern science's explanations for a wide range of mysteries. Enjoy!
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Forget what you think you know... 7 septembre 2000
Par JEFFREY E FULLNER - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
The most interesting part of this book is the portions that talk about the fall of mankind on how and why it happened. It talks about the sons of God coming down to Earth to take wives. Large men and beings are the result that threaten to take over all of mankind. This may sound a little far fetched until you find supporting stories in Genesis Chapter 6 in the Bible and in the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Edger Cayce talked about the technologies of Atlantis in detail and predicted that the weapon that destroyed Atlantis would be discovered 25 years from year the of his reading. 25 years later, lazar beam technology began it's infancy. Also, there is transportation and communications methods mentioned that have not yet been developed in our culture as well as indications that ancient civilization understood the atomic energy. (Atomic energy had not yet been conceived at the time of the Edgar Cayce readings.)
This book claims that man has been on the Earth for at least 10,500,000 years which would completely explain the Pyramids at Geza. It also talks about technology that is still in our distant future but probably not more that 100-200 years. The book claims that these ancient societies were not much different from our own. You have groups trying to improve working conditions for workers, followers of Belail (evil) who want to destroy the world, and followers of the Law of One (which I presume is the same God talked about in the Bible.)
It also talks about the dissemination of knowledge throughout the world which would explain the 356 day calendar that you see in part of Mexico passed down from the Aztecs and amongst the Hopi Indian tribes in the United States.
My only complaint about this book is that the supporting evidence is there, but brief. (The book could have easily been 500 pages longer.) In order to get the full story, you would need to research each of the individual areas including groups like the various indian tribes discussed, Mesoamerica and current undersea archeology in the Atlantic.
There is so much here, I can't even begin to do it justice, but it does provide a lot of clues and some pretty compelling evidence to support Edgar Cayce's readings. This book includes support for what I believe to be the meaning of life, man's events that can lead to man's ultimate downfall and an explanation of technology that could have made the construction of the Pyramids at Geza possible.
If this is your first book on these related topics, you will likely be stretched to believe any of it. This is only the tip of the iceburg but a good place to start looking for answers. Supporting books and research are a must to gain the depth of knowledge held in this book.
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The rosetta stone to the birth of all religions 6 novembre 1999
Par Gandalf T. Grey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
This view of Atlantis is more valuable as a document that explains how all current religions have developed, than as an information source about Atlantis. Through Cayce's relating of Atlantis and the forces that existed there, we see:
(1. Why we pray and how the concept of gathering in churches began. (2. Why we reach for the spirit. (3. Why we sing hymns together, and what that practice was originaly trying to accomplish. (4. Why religion sees evil in things of the flesh. (5. Why religion urges us towards the spirit as our most perfect state.
These are some of the questions that become answered in this little book. Indeed, this book on Atlantis explains all religions, and why they all have the common threads that they do.
Religious scholars may not like this book, but it explains why religions do the things they do, why they aspire to the things they do and what they are trying to accomplish by the rites they pratice.
This book provides many of the answers about religion that millions have asked for years, and I hope that one day, people will discover this little book and realize the importance of its information: information that has not been understood yet. This book is the rosetta stone to understanding the basis of all religion.
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Deep thoughts for Deep Minds and Searching Souls 19 mai 2000
Par "crysanne" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
This book truly fascinated and intrigued me. I was aware going in of the rudiments of Atlantis (insomuch as I've seen that CBS Sunday Nite Movie of the Week on said topic). Like others, I basically scoffed and held a "yeah, right" view point. This book, however, changed my opinion. Gave me food for thought. The important thing to say is that this book is not just about Atlantis. In fact, in light of the title, I'd say that Atlantis is simply the backdrop for the larger picture, that being soul re-birth, karma and good vs. evil. These concepts are important, I think, and worthy to be explored. This book doesn't fall short in giving the reader a large measure to contemplate. I'd note interesting parallels, as well, between the Atlanteans (if you choose to believe they existed) and present-day Americans. The latter, I'm afraid, are portrayed in this book as rather selfish, pompous and fat-headed. Perhaps not so far off the mark! This book seems to strive to serve as a harbinger, or a forerunner, if you will..."change your ways, or you'll end up like the Atlanteans!" There are some absolutes to be found in these pages, even in that proclamation, whether you choose to believe in Atlantis, reincarnation or the validity of Cayce as a prophet. The only criticism I offer is that sometimes the prose is murky and hard to navigate. I found myself wishing the sleeping Cayce could have spoken more like me than some 17th century English historian! Other than that, however, this book is definitely good reading. Engrossing, enlightening...and spookily thought provoking.
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Edgar Cayce shakes the foundations of our origins. 22 septembre 1997
Par alonso@iss-pr.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Edgar Cayce on Atlantis will make any modern science reader tremble from its disclosures.
The book compiles the readings by the famed Edgar Cayce on which the lost continent of Atlantis was mentioned.
The reader is immersed in controversy as Cayce's readings connect Atlantis to the origins of all the unanswered and answered questions regarding the origins of man and civilization.

Cayce's book is a must in a world in which we live with so many intangibles and for those graspping for a new light on their views of the origins of man and civilizations
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