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EDGAR CAYCE'S Story of Atlantis - From The Readings

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« Reply #30 on: September 09, 2007, 03:05:52 pm »

Although many people perished in the first destruction and many migrated to other countries, Atlantean civilization was not totally destroyed.  Readings covering the periods from 50,000BC to 28,000BC speak of a continued high civilization.  Incarnations for that period mention occupations that imply a high level of technology.  Some people were said to have worked with machinery, electrical and chemical forces, radiation and heating, and mechanical appliances.  Others were said to have worked in art and decorative work or as ambassadors and diplomats.  Still others worked with CRYSTALS that sound like modern lasers.  Many readings imply the existence of atomic power plants and the ability to transmit power without wires.  Remember, most of these readings were given long before the development of the atomic bomb or the construction and use of atomic power plants and atomic-powered naval vessels.  At that time, the use of the atom for power was considered implausible.  Now its use is commonplace- many of our nations's utilities derive a large portion of their electrical power from atomic power plants. 

We still consider it implausible that any civilization could have developed such technology many thousnads of years ago.  Thechnology, however, can develop very quickly.  Less than fifty ears ago, for example, the use of the atom for power or for bombs was unknown; the computer and the laser were science fiction.  Jet planes, radar and television stem only from World Wasr II.  We are now beginning to scratch the surface of genetic engineering and advances in superconductivity, which may revolutionize our science.  All of this has occurred in less than a hundred years.  The period from 50,000BC to 28,000BC- 22,000years - is longer than our recorded history: certainly a sufficient amount of time for considerable scientific advancement.



Edgar Evans Cayce (Son of E.C.)

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