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Edgar Cayce on Atlantis

Bimini Road: Cayce’s predicted discovery of Atlantis?

Edgar Cayce has been considered one of the most prolific prophets in modern history and often compared to Nostradamus. He was far more prolific than Nostradamus with his 14,000 plus readings and certainly more direct and accurate.

Cayce was a very religious man and throughout his life never accepted any money for his sought after readings, and although his readings were mostly done for people that were in great difficulty or suffering from grave afflictions, he also at times prophesized about world events.

He revealed information about the history of humanity ranging from the beginning (Creation), to a time in the future when human will evolve into beings with supernatural powers.

But one thing he was always very emphatic about: he believed that those horrible future events he prophesized about could possibly be averted if humanity changed its behavior. In fact that is the purpose for giving prophesies – to warn people to change, so that prophesies won’t happen.

Cayce would repeatedly say that even the Lord of the Lords could not accurately predict future events because human free will can alter and change the future. He used as reference the biblical account when Jesus is asked when he would return, and He replies: “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father” (Matt. 24:36). So the prophesy’s only purpose is to warn individuals.

One of the most fascinating set of readings he ever did was about Atlantis, its discovery, history and destruction. He prophesized that a new land would appear in 1968/9 off the east coast of North America, the so-called “rising of Atlantis”.

It was in fact during that time that the “Bimini Road” was discovered in the Atlantic Ocean. After all these years the issue is still being debated by archeologists and scientists, but the verdict is not out yet so it may very well be.

Cayce maintained that Atlantis was the “first” civilization which was technologically superior to even our own and that its last surviving islands have disappeared somewhere in the Atlantic ocean some ten thousand years ago.

Cayce revealed that the size of Atlantis was equal to that of Europe, including Asia in Europe. He saw visions of this continent of the past which had gone through three major periods of division; the first two occurred around 15,600 B.C., when the mainland was divided into islands. The three main islands of Atlantis Cayce named were Poseida, Og and Aryan.

He claimed that the Atlanteans were well-versed in technology that harnessed the power of the quantum world; this included the use of crystals and sound waves for healing, elevators and connecting tunnels that operated by compressed air and steam, quartz crystal science that was used to mine gold, copper and silver from the earth. Atlanteans were adept at the use of silicon chips at levels unrivaled in the modern world. The Crystal Skull, for example, was cut with such infinite precision that “no known modern tool could have replicated the job.” They were familiar with the amplification power of crystals in laser technology and memory chips. They made extensive use of mass mental telepathy, psycho-kinesis and astral projection into fourth dimensional consciousness.

Edgar Cayce said the people of Atlantis had constructed giant laser-like crystals for power plants, and that these were responsible for the second destruction of the land. Cayce blamed the final destruction of Atlantis and the disintegration of their culture on greed and lust.

According to Cayce, two rival parties fought for control of the Atlanteans in its final days. The Children of the Law of One wanted to return to a spiritual stewardship of the land based on natural laws. The other group, the Sons of Belial, wanted to exploit natural resources for material gain.

The chief focus of their conflict was a third class of dull, half-awake sub-humans used by the Sons of Belial for slave labor. The Children of the Law of One wanted to enlighten these sub–beings by raising their consciousness; the Sons of Belial wanted to keep them in ignorance and exploit them for their own gain.

But before the legendary land disappeared under the waves, Cayce revealed that there was an exodus of many Atlanteans to ancient Egypt. He attributed the Biblical Great Flood of Noah to be a result of the sinking of the last huge remnants of Atlantis.

He also revealed that the many Atlanteans that managed to escape, in hope to preserve a record of their civilization created 2 separate archives with all their history and accomplishments so that it could be preserved for posterity. One of these archives was revealed to be buried under one of the Sphinx paws.

Recently there have been some new geological research done in the area since we have obtained new technology, and during one of the Discovery Channel specials they confirmed that in fact it is possible to see that there is a room under the left paw of the Sphinx but the Egyptian directorate of Antiquities does not allow excavation in that area for any reason.

During Cayce’s otherworldly journeys, he would often reveal the past lives of those who would come to him for information concerning their health. A number of people who came to Cayce were told by him that they had past lives in the legendary lost land of Atlantis. In fact, Cayce revealed that a vast number of souls who lived past lives in Atlantis have been incarnating to America for a long time now to usher in a new era of enlightened human consciousness. In all, Cayce referred to Atlantis no fewer than seven hundred times over a span of twenty years.

Resources:
Edgar Cayce’s original reading transcripts.

About GG

I have lived a life that most people just read of in books. A whirlwind of colors in all different shades from the lightest to the darkest ones. I believe that we all have a purpose to be here and our purpose is to learn our lessons. Our lives are touched every day by others in many ways but it all serves the purpose of building this huge puzzle.
  • GG

    Thank you Shelly. Yes at times they can be out there but nevertheless he was a great prophet of this century a certainly worth reading.

  • http://www.associatedcontent.com/user/514186/shelly_barclay.html Shelly Barclay

    Cayce’s supposed predictions have always interested me. I am a skeptic, but I find him difficult to explain. Great article, GG.