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2  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: THE SLEEPING PROPHET on: September 11, 2007, 04:11:41 pm

"Today I spit a mile."

This slightly irreverent statement is attributed to a small boy who once stood at
Bright Angel Point on the south rim of the Grand Canyon and gazed down at the
Colorado River a mile below.  For a look into the past, one can scarcely do better than visit Grand Canyon National Park.   This immense gorge, cut by the Colorado
River in the high plateau of northern Arizona, is truly a window in time.  The scale
of the canyon is enormous.  It varies in width from 4 to 18 miles.  From Bright
Angel Point, one has a magnificent view of the Colorado River, a mile below.  Within the canyon itself are a multitude of peaks, buttes, plateaus, ravines, gulches and
smaller canyons.  Several different type of climate prevail at its different levels.

In the walls and rocks of the canyon, we can read a record of the past that extends
back millions of years.  Here are the windblown sands of a desert; here are shells,
corals and traces of marine life from long-forgotten shallow seas; here are rem-
nants of plants and aquatic life from a former freshwater lake.  The record of eons
past goes back from the surface to the black basalt, exposed at the river.  A trip down the canyon trail will convince the most skeptical that geologists' views of
earth's long history are based more on hard evidence than on mere speculation.

Edgar Cayce traveled deep into the past as well.  Rather than reading the story of the earth in the rocks, he read the Akashic Records, described in his readings as a
psychic record of every event that has ever taken place, "woven upon the skeins of
time and space."  Geologists can only look at layers of rock and the fossil skeletons of ancient animals; but Cayce's journey into the Akashic Records revealed a vast
wealth of information, including the past lives of many individuals.

Scattered through those hundreds of life readings is the tale of a once-great conti-
nent that attained a level of culture and technology unmatched in history.  The
readings also relate how this great society - in the struggle between people devoted to God and those devoted to material desires - destroyed all that they had, as a result of their moral struggle and misuse of technology.

Cayce's readings agree with geologists that the surface of the earth was much different in the past.  Many lands have disappeared, reappeared and disappeared again.  But the readings go beyond accepted geological theory and geology can
tell us nothing about the people themselves, how they lived, how they died and what meaning their lives might have for us today.



Edgar Evans Cayce (Son of E.C.)

Virginia Beach, Virginia
3  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: THE SLEEPING PROPHET on: September 11, 2007, 04:10:26 pm

Cayce's story of Atlantis is derived from the set of life readings.  It is difficult for
me, an Engineer, to present the story.  I can scarcely swallow the tale myself,
even though I was a member of the family, had both physical and life readings,
and listened to many of those for others.  I can only tell you that the evidence for
the accuracy of the phycical readings is incontrovertible.  Too many reports exist
from patients and doctors who followed the suggested treatments and got good
results.  This evidence is on file in the A.R.E. library in Virginia Beach and open to
scrutiny.  I know many of the life readings also proved helpful in the lives of those
who requested them.  It seems reasonable to suppose that there was some de-
gree of accuracy in them also.

This doesn't prove that the Atlantean life readings are true. But evidence uncovered
in recent years regarding past earth changes, climatic changes, pole reversals and
the migration of people in prehistoric times points to the accuracy of the readings
rather than their falsehood.  Edgar Cayce's fascinating story of Atlantis is at least
worthy of serious consideration.
4  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: THE SLEEPING PROPHET on: September 11, 2007, 04:09:27 pm

Whatever the reason, Edgar Cayce became convinced that the life readings were
as helpful as the physical diagnoses.  They seemed to harm no one, so he continued to give them on request.  He came to feel that the life readings were
given to help an individual understand and answer questions and problems about his or her present life and that to obtain a life reading for frivolous reasons was a waste of time.  His readings expressed this view as follows:

"Do not gain knowledge only to thine own undoing.  Remember Adam.  Do not
obtain that which ye cannot make constructive in thine own experience and in the experience of those whom ye contact day by day.  Do not attempt to force, impel
or even try to impress knowledge upon another - in the studies, then know where
ye are going.  To gain knowledge merely for thine own satisfaction is a thing, a
condition, an experience to be commended, if it does not produce in thine experien-
ce a feeling or a manner of expression that ye are better than another on account
of thy knowledge.  This becomes self-evident that it would become then a stumb-
ling block, unless ye know what ye will do with thy knowledge.

...........For to find only that ye lived, died, and were buried under the cherry tree
in grandmother's garden does not make thee one whit a better neighbor, citizen,
mother, or father.  But to know that ye spoke unkindly and suffered for it, and in the present may correct it by being righteous - THAT  is worthwhile.  What is right-
eousness?  Just being kind, just being noble, just being self-sacrificing, just being willing to be the hands for the blind, the feet for the lame - these are constructive
experiences.  Ye may gain knowledge of same, for incarnations are a fact.  How may
ye prove it?  In thy daily living.  (no. 5753-2, June 29, 1937)*

*Each of the Edgar Cayce readings has been assigned a two-part number to provide easy reference.  Each person who received a reading was given an anonymous number; this is the first half of the two part number.  Since many indi-
viduals obtained more than one reading, the second number designates the
number of that reading in the series.  Reading no. 5752-2 was given for a person
who was assigned case number 5753.  This particular reading was the second
one that person obtained from Cayce.
5  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: THE SLEEPING PROPHET on: September 11, 2007, 04:08:27 pm

For the next twenty-seven years, thousands of people found relief from pain and suffering by following the suggestions of Edgar Cayce's readings.  The records on
file in the Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.) library in Virginia
Beach testify to his accuracy.  Doctors' reports and patients' case histories are there for all to see.  As the many books and articles about him conclude, Edgar Cayce was undoubtedly an amazingly precise psychic diagnostician. 

The physical readings make up about 60% of Edgar Cayce's fourteen thousand or
so readings.  There are a number of minor categories, such as business advice and
dream interpretation, but by far the next largest category, approximately 20% of the total, are life readings.  These readings dealt with psychological rather than
physical problems.  They attempted to answer questions people might have about
vocational problems, their purpose in life and marriage and human relations.  The
first life reading came about in this manner:

In the early 1920s, a man with an insatiable inquisitiveness about Metaphysics
opened a new dimension for Cayce and his psychic readings.  In an attempt to obtain an astrological horoscope from Cayce, Arthur Lammers was told that the
effect of the stars and planets on a person's life was not nearly as influential as
the effect of that person's past life upon his present one.  Cayce then proceeded
to give Lammers an account of his previous lives.

When Cayce awoke and heard what he had said, he was dumbfounded.  Awake, he
knew as little about reincarnation and the occult as he knew about medicine.  Was
it possible that reincarnation could be true?  How did it fit in with his Bible teachings
and Christian roots?  Cayce wasn't sure.  Abstract questions of philosophic systems
had never concerned him.  He was well versed in Christianity and the Bible, but he had never studied other world religions.  He was ignorant of the fact that reincarna-
tion was a cardinal belief in the teachings of Hinduism and Buddhism. 

Between 1923 and 1924, when Cayce was awash in waves of doubt about this new in-
formation from his unconscious, I was  only five and six years old.  I missed all the lively
arguments between Lammers and Cayce and the long philosophical family discussions.
I did accompany the family to Dayton, to satisfy his thirst for knowledge.  What convinced Dad that these new "life readings" were factual?  Was it the philosophic discussions with
the knowledgeable Lammers?  Was it the concurrence of information, given to complete
strangers, with verifiable facts?  Or was it the manner in which the readings integrated Christian ideals into the framework of reincarnation?  Each argument probably carried
weight, but I suspect that the latter had the greatest influence.
6  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: THE SLEEPING PROPHET on: September 11, 2007, 04:07:11 pm

Cayce never remembered anything he said in his trance-like sleeps.  His words were taken down in shorthand and later typed.  Therefore Cayce never knew the
questions he was asked at the conclusion of a reading before he was given the
suggestion to awaken.  Occasionally, the person conducting the reading sought
personal gain and would inquire about the future outcome of a horse race or seek
investment advice concerning the stock or commodity markets.  Cayce would an-
swer the questions to the inquirer's profit, but he would awaken nervous and
tired, ususlly withpainful headaches.

When Cayce learned how he was being used, he gave up "psychic readings" and
devoted himself entirely to working as a photographer, a job in which he literally
had his trials by fire.  A fire burned him out of business, leaving him deeply in debt.
On another occasion, an exploding can of photographer's flash powder burned
Hugh Lynn.  The reading outlined a treatment that not only saved both of Hugh
Lynn's eyes, but restored his vision.

Encouraged by this remarkable success, Cayce began again to give readings. 
However, in order to avoid the problems he had encountered before, he insisted
that his wife always conduct the reading.  From that time on my mother, Gertrude,
was the one who gave him the suggestion for the reading; she was the one who
asked the questions and she was the one who gave him the suggestion to wake up.
7  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: THE SLEEPING PROPHET on: September 11, 2007, 04:06:07 pm

Edgar Cayce was born near Hopkinsville, Kentucky, in 1877.  He had had some
strange experiences as a child, and his first "reading" was for himself.  While
working as a clerk in a bookstore, the young Cayce had lost his voice.  None of the
local doctors had been able to help him.  In desperation, he turned to a man who
had been experimenting with the new fad of hypnotism.  With the aid of the
hypnotist, Cayce was able - of his own volition - to put himself into a sleep-like
state.  The hypnotist encouraged him to describe his condition and suggest a
remedy, and Cayce began to speak from his autohypnotic state.  He described a
remedy for his condition that did indeed restore his voice.

A young doctor who observed Cayce's performance became intereted.  He thought it was only  a step from diagnosing himself to diagnosing the ailment of others.
These experiments proved successful and the doctor's success and Cayce's fame
spread as a result of Cayce's accurate diagnosing or "reading" of his patients.
The word "reading" stuck, and Cayce's discourses from his sleep-like state became
known as readings.

At first Cayce was wary of his own ability, afraid he would somehow be wrong, and
that someone might suffer as a result of a wrong diagnosis.  His worst fears never
materialized and instead of suffering, more and more people found relief by follow-
ing the suggestions in his physical readings.
8  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / THE SLEEPING PROPHET on: September 11, 2007, 04:05:06 pm

                                        T H E   S L E E P I N G   P R O P H E T

My last memories of my father, Edgar Cayce, are of a slender man, slightly over
six feet tall.  his piercing, gray eyes still sparkled through the rimless glasses he
wore.  His hair was gray and thinning and he had developed a paunch from too
much of Mother's good cooking and not enough time for exercise.  An eager fisher-                                       man, an avid gardener, a proficient carpenter - my father was all of these.  
But he had less and less time for these things he liked to do as more and more
people learned of his unique psychic abilities and sought him out for "readings".

The readings were strange and wonderful to those who got them, but I grew up
with, and accepted them as common, every day occurrences.  I had both physical
and life readings from Dad, and now and then I listened to the ones he gave for
strangers.  Nonetheless, I looked forward more to the times we could spend toge-
ther fishing or working on a carpentry project.

Neither I nor my brother Hugh Lynn ever shared Dad's enthusiasm for gardening.
Our lack of interest never deterred him, though, and he was continually hoeing
around some new tree or shrub he had planted, or weeding his garden.  He would
rather spend money on a load of topsoil than on food for the table - and frequently
did, much to the consternation of Mother.  We lived in several homes in Virginia
Beach, Virginia, leaving a trail of fruit trees, rose bushes and grapevines behind us.
Everything seemed to grow well for Edgar Cayce.  I suspected that some of his
psychic powers seeped over into his workday world, because I never knew him to
return empty handed from a fishing trip or with empty arms from his garden.

Money, however, was another matter.  He always seemed broke and could never
accumulate any.  It slipped through his fingers, like sand from a beach.

Before we came to Virginia Beach, we had moved from Selma, Alabama, to Dayton,
Ohio.  I remember a particularly cold day in Dayton, when Dad stuffed newspapers
in my shirt and pants to keep out the cold wind  because I didn't have a coat.  My
thin clothes were not designed for northern winters.  I nearly froze that winter in
Dayton, and was overjoyed when we moved south to Virginia.

In spite of our somewhat less than affluent living conditions, the early years at
Virginia Beach were filled with fun for the whole family.  In the winter, we hauled
pound poles (long pine poles that had broken away from staked-out fishing nets)
off the beach and sawed them into firewood.  We would sit around the fire while
the northeast wind howled outside.  Dad would tell stories or all the family would
play Parcheesi.  Through these family conversations, I learned how Dad had deve-
loped his psychic talents and why he would never use them to make money.
9  Messages / Messages / Re: Topics to be Copied! on: September 11, 2007, 11:32:51 am





THE THREE HALL OF RECORDS..................Greg Little knows and has not objected to my
                                                          copying from his book

of Edgar Cayce                                 Copied from INTERNET sources

These last two don't need to be copied.
10  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS on: September 11, 2007, 11:30:11 am

Other readings gave more specific references to chambers, pyramids and underground tunnels beneath the paws of the Sphinx and in front of the Sphinx.  There appear to be two locations of hidden records, one in the base of the Sphinx itself and the other in a chamber that can be reached from beneath the Sphinx. "These and many findings, as given, may be found in the base of the left forearm, or leg, of the prostrate beast; in the base of the foundation.  Not in the underground channel ( as was opened by the ruler many years, centuries later)
but in the real base, or that as would be termed in the present parlance as "the
CORNERSTONE".  (no. 953-24, June 12, 1926).  "....was the first to set the records that are yet to be discovered or yet to be had of those activities in the Atlantean land, and for the preservation of the data, that as yet to be found from the chambers of the way between the Sphinx and the Pyramid of Records". (no.1486, November 26, 1937.

Two other reading quotes give reasonably definite locations to search for the Hall of Records:  "This in position lies, as the sun rises from the waters, the line of the shadow (or light) falls between the paws of the Sphinx, that was later set as the sentinel or guard and which may not be entered from the connecting chambers from the Sphinx' paw (right paw) until the time has been fulfilled when the changes must be active in this sphere of man's experience." (no.378-16, October 29, 1933.)

The next reading seems to indicate a relationship or plan between the Sphinx and other pyramids and buildings on the Giza Plateau:  [Q-6}  " In what capacity did the entity act regarding the building of the Sphinx?"
[A-6] "As the monuments were being REBUILT in the plains of that now called the Pyramid of Giza, this entity builded, laid, the foundations; that is, superintended same, figured out the geometrical position of same in relation to those buildings as were put up of the connecting Sphinx.  And the data concerning same may be found in the vaults in the base of the Sphinx.".  (no.195-14, July 18, 1925).

These quotes give a date for the construction of the Great Pyramid and construction of or work on the Sphinx.  They also suggest who built them:

[Q-5]  What was the date of the actual beginning and ending of the construction of the Great Pyramid?
[A-5]  Was one hundred years in construction.  Begun and completed in the period of Araaraart's time, with Hermes and Ra.
[Q-6]  What was the date BC of that period?
[A-6}  10,490 to 10,390 before the Prince of Peace entered into Egypt.  (no.5748-6, July 1, 1932)

Then, with Hermes and Ra....there began the building of that now called Gizeh....(no281-43, November 8, 1939)

....Some 10,500 years before the coming of the Christ into the land, there was first that attempt to restore and add to that which had been begun on what is called the Sphinx and the treasure or storehouse facing same, between this and the Nile, in which those records were kept.  (no. 5748-5, June 30, 1932)

From the preceding quotes, it sounds as if one might dig under the paws of the Sphinx and find a hidden pyramid.  Such exploration is not so simple.  The Sphinx is an Egyptian national monument.  To excavate there would be akin to asking permission to dig up the foundations of the Washington Monument or Lincoln Memorial to determine if shafts or hidden chambers exist. 

However, the quotes were exciting enough to inspire prearation for research in Egypt that eventually led to high technology exploration, excavations in particular areas and a thorough examination of the Sphinx. 

These Egyptian readings were all given by 1941, at a time when there was no one capable of mounting an expedition to search for the records.  Egypt was only a  dream to the many individuals who were told that they had past lives there.  It was not until 1957 that anyone had the determination and drive to begin the search.
11  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS on: September 11, 2007, 11:29:13 am

What did the readings say about tombs and chambers yet to be uncovered or open-
ed in Egypt?  The impression given is that much remains to be discovered in Egypt:

....the entity among those that were buried in the tomb or in those that are yet uncovered - yet faces the Sphinx and is nearest of those buried in that mount.
(no. 1717-1, June 25, 1930)

....Many are the temples builded later in the plains that are yet to be uncovered near the Sphinx....(no. 900-275, October 22, 1926)

....for the later pyramids, or those not yet uncovered.....are between the Sphinx (or the Mystery) and the Nile, or the river....(no.2124-3, October 2, 1931).

....the entity builded the first of the pyramids that are yet not uncovered.  [Q-1].  In referring to the uncovered pyramids in th Egyptian land, near what present place are those pyramids?
[A-1.]  Between that as is known as the Mystery of the Ages and the river.  (no.2124-3, October 2, 1931.)

Other quotes are more specific, suggesting that these pyramids may eventually be discovered.  At least one such undiscovered chamber or pyramid, according to Cayce, contains records of Atlantis:  "The entity was among those that aided in the actual building of some of these buildings that still remain, and in the preparation of that one yet to be uncovered - the Hall of Records - where much may be brought to light". ( no 519-1, February 20, 1934)

Another reading offers more hope that this "Hall of Records" may someday be discovered: "....the entity joined with those who were active in putting records in forms that were partially of the old characters of the ancient or early Egyptian and part in the newer form of the Atlanteans.  These may be found, especially when the
House or Tomb of Records is opened, in a few years from now." (no.2537 -1, July 17, 1941).

This reading gives a general location for the Record House:

....the activities or truths were prepared upon tablets and placed with the entity in the Tomb of Records.
[Q-7]  Where are those tablets or records made of that Egyptian experience which I might study?
[A-7]  In the Tomb of Records as indicated.  For the entity's tomb then was part of the Hall or Records, which has not yet been uncovered.  It lies between- or along the entrance from tha Sphinx to the temple - or the pyramid, in a pyramid, of course, of its own.  (no. 2329-3, May l, 194l).
12  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS on: September 11, 2007, 11:27:54 am

The story of Egypt in this material revolves around how the Atlanteans handled this situation and proceeded to correct it; how the culture attempted to establish and maintain an understanding among their peoples of the relationship between human beings and the Creative Forces; and what they did to leave a record of their know-
ledge and history to posterity.  It is beyond the scope of this book to relate all turmoils - politically, racially and spiritually - described in the readings and the eventual resolution depicted in Egypt. ( Refer to the A.R.E. booklet THE EGYPTIAN
HERITAGE for a complete account, as well as directly to the Cayce readings.)  Here we will present a sampling of reading quotes, which (1) describe the Atlantean migration to Egypt and a determination to preserve records; (2) suggest that buried pyramids and tombs may still be found in Egypt; (3) seem to describe specifically where these records are hidden; and (4) give exact dates for the structures in Egypt.

Exactly what did the Cayce readings say about an Atlantean influx into Egypt at the time of the last destruction?  What remarks suggest an Atlantean connection to Egyptian culture and a preoccupation with preserving the records?  According to Cayce, at the final destruction many Atlanteans knew their land was breaking up and fled both east and west.  For example: " Atlantean land when there was knowledge that there soon was to be the destruction of that land and there were attempts of individuals to leave the land.  Entity among those who went to Egypt"> (no.708-1, October 25, 1934).   "....There were evidences and prophecies of Atlantis being broken up and Egypt was chosen as one of those places where the records of that activity were to be established". (no. 275-38., January 16, 1934).

For the Atlanteans, a major concern when migrating to Egypt was the preservation of records and their sage establishment both on the Giza plateau and elsewhere.  For example, ".....Before that the entity was in that land now known as the Egyptian
during the periods when there were those coming from Atlantean land and bringing the records." (no. 764-1 December 81, 1934).    ....for the  entity was in charge of those records when the last peoples of Atlantis journyed to the various quaters of the globe" (no.378-13, August 14, 1933)
13  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS on: September 11, 2007, 11:27:00 am


Since time immemorial people have sought to preserve a record of their activities:
from legends and crude markings on the walls of caves to our modern monuments
and libraries.  The methods have been different, but the purpose has been the same.  The Sphinx and the Great Pyramid of Giza surely attest to the ancient Egypt-
ians' attempt to preserve a record of themselves and their understandings.  For the moment, assume that the Atlantis and Egypt Cayce described really did exist.  It is so strange, then, to think that the Atlanteans of 12,000 years ago might have wanted to preserve some record of their culture?  Or that the Egyptians would want to do the same?  Indeed, if Atlantean society were as technicallly advanced as described in the previous chapter, and they were party to such philosophical concepts about spirit, mind and matter as the preciding chapter address, it would be almost ridiculous to assume otherwise.

When we speak of the structures of the Giza plateau, to what do we refer?  The reading excerpts mention major structures such as the Sphinx, the Great Pyramid of Giza  and pyramids and tombs yet to be uncovered in the surrounding area.  The Great Pyramid is the largest of three large pyramids.  The Sphinx lies to the east, toward the Nile river.  The area between the Sphinx and the river was largely empty
in Cayce's time, but today it is the location of the crowded village of Nazlet el-Samman.  Surrounding the three large structures are numerous smaller pyramids, tombs and temples, many still buried beneath the sand.

Where in the Cayce readings did the ideas come from about records in Egypt"  As with the Atlantis story, incidental remarks occurred over twenty years in individual life readings, as well as in a few readings given specifically on the subjects of Atlantis and Egypt.

Briefly, Cayce's Egypt story pushes active Egyptian culture back almost 12,000 years to about 10,500BC.  It describes the original society and culture developing from various nomadic influxes of peoples to the Nile valley (from both the Carpathian montains of Asia and from Arabia),who settled with the peoples already
in Egypt and took political control.  Some of these readings even indicate that this culture was actively involved in archaeological research of its own regarding
EARLIER societies!

Another major external influence on the culture Cayce describes is the influx or migration to this area before and during the final destruction of Atlantis.  According to Cayce's psychic data,
the upper classes of the Atlantean race looked like modern people; they used the less developed 'things' for servants and experimentation.  In Egypt, they considered the majority of the people no higher than 'menial' in physiological development and their cultural and technical stance extremely backward.
14  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS on: September 11, 2007, 11:25:33 am

At the height of the confusion, refugees began arriving in Egypt from Atlantis.  The
Atlanteans, scientifically more advanced than the Egyptians, found little in common with the inhabitants of Egypt and began to set up their old way of life.  Leaders of the ruling class and leaders of the native rebellion soon realized that these incoming Atlanteans with their superior scientific knowledge and radically different social and religious views posed a new threat.  A leader had to be found, around whom the people could rally, to turn the power of the Atlanteans into constructive channels.  In an effort to bring some order out of the chaos, the leaders in power decided to recall the priest from banishment.  Only he might correlate the activities of all these conflicting groups.  This move was successful and with the cooperation of the rulers of Egypt, the priest , the Atlanteans and the natives there ensued a period of great advancement in human relations. The then civilized portions of the world enjoyed a period of moral, mental, spiritual and physical development.

Combination hospital and educational institutions (called the Temple of Sacrifice and the Temple of Beauty) were set up and probably functioned like the psychiatric wing of a modern hospital.  There the masses flocked for mental as well as physical therapy.  Evidently, besides low mental development and/or lack of moral judgement and self-control, some people classed as servants or 'things' or 'auto-
matons' had physical deformities linking them to the animal world.  They may have had tails, feathers, or scales.  This was a holdover from the early projection of souls into materiality for selfish purposes, at which time monstrosities as well as creatures of beauty were created.  It seems that these institutions of physical and
psychic healing were successful; in fact, there was a worldwide dissemination of ideas, knowledge and teachings.  The few dates given concerning this period indicate that this took place 11,000 to 10,000 years BC.
15  Atlantis / Atlantis in the New Age / Re: EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS on: September 11, 2007, 11:23:37 am


............Some Atlanteans came directly to Egypt.  But others went first to what is now Spain or Portugal, paricularly the Pyrenees region.  This fact is mentioned in readings given ten years apart.

" Atlantean land when there was knowledge that there soon was to be the destruction of that land and there were attempts of individuals to leave the land.  Entity among those who went to Egypt. (708-1; Oct.25, 1934).

"....among Atlanteans who first came to Egypt, journeyed to what is now a portion of Portugal or the Pyrenees where some Atlanteans had set up temple activity, aided in decorations of temple." (1123-1; Feb.19, 1936)

" Atlantis when there was the breaking up of the land - among those that went to what is now the Spanish land; while many changed to the Egyptian land, the entity remained in Pyrenees and established those tenets and truths that aided much until hordes from the African land brought destruction to those people." (3541-1; Jan. 10, 1944) Atlantis at time of disputes when many sent to many lands, [the entity] a mathematician, came to Pyrenees, journeyed through the air, later came to Egypt."  (This reading mentions later that this person became famous as a builder of dams and buildings.  (2677-1; Jan. 27, 1942)

The final destruction of Atlantis, or the remaining islands, may have been sudden and violent, but evidently the people had warnings of what might happen.  Individual references in the Edgar Cayce life readings indicate an organized
exodus.  The survivors attempted to continue their way of life in their new homes, as we can see by the various occupations listed in readings referring to this period.

"....conducted people from Atlantis to Egypt previous to last destruction - worked
with adorning buildings with gems and precious stones." (955-1; July 20, 1935)

"....among those who journeyed from Atlantean land to Egypt, entity young at time, aided in development of mechanical appliances for cutting stone, etc."

"....came to Egypt from Pyrenees land, hence came with latter portion of those from Atlantean land." (1458-1)

" Egyptian land when there was the entering of those that sought aid or refu-
ge from turmoil arising in native land.  The entity among those that came from Atlantean land and aided in replenishing and rebuilding of the temple service, for entity was of household that followed Law of One."  (439-1; Nov. 13, 1933)

" Atlantean land when division arose with destruction coming upon the land, chose to go with groups going to Egypt, what would be known as a chemist, aided in making lands of the Nile more productive."  (1842-1; March 14, 1939)

In order to understand the extracts concerning this era, we should know something of what was happening in Egypt at this time.  Judging from material gathered from a number of individual and general life readings covering this period, it seems that from between 11,000 and 10,000BC a tribe from the Carpathian region invaded and conquered Egypt.  One of the leaders of this tribe was a priest named Ra-Ta.  Ra-Ta was Edgar Cayce (or Edgar Cayce was Ra-Ta, depending upon your point of view).  In Egypt Ra-Ta's religious teachings attracted a large following.  However, there was already political friction in Egypt and tension between the ruling classes and the native Egyptians.  Ra-Ta was caught up in this political intrigue, and after a native rebellion, he was banished for nine years to what is now Abyssinia. 
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