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EDGAR CAYCE'S Story of Atlantis - From The Readings

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« Reply #30 on: September 09, 2007, 03:11:52 pm »

A number of Atlanteans sought to escape the feuding between the Followers
of Belial and the Followers of the Law of One.  Some went west, to what is now Peru, the Yucatan, parts of Nevada and Colorado.  Other groups headed east to the Pyrenees and Egypt.

Technological development continued, and became a key element in the struggle between the children of the Law of One and the children of Belial.  For example,
" Atlantean land when there was the second division or when there was the destruction of the lands that made Poseidia the remaining portion in which there was the greater activity of the Sons of the Law of One.  These periods when there
was the application of much that is being discovered or rediscovered today, in application of power to modes of transit as well as use of nature's means for a helpful force in giving greater crops for individual consumption - period when a great deal of thought was given to conveniences of every kind".  (no.2562-1,
May 9, 1941.)

What kind of things could have been "rediscovered" or applied to modes of transit or greater crop yields in 1941?

According to the ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA: "In the mid 1930s the diesel engine began replacing the steam engine and by 1950 only a small fraction of new locomotives were steam powered."  Also, "The war years marked the beginning of the rapid growth of the use of the airplanes in carrying commercial cargo."  In a few years, US air-cargo carriers were flying more than 100 million ton miles of freight and 80 million ton miles of express annnuallly.  Those years also marked the beginning of the use of the helicopter as a short range carrier.

As for agriculture, it was the beginning of farm mechanization.  The use of tractors on farms increased from 250,000 a year in 1920 to more than 2 million in 1945.  In terms of plant nutrients, the use of fertilizer and lime in 1944 was 85% above the quantity used between 1935 and 1939.  The use of hybrid seeds added 400 million bushels to the corn crop in the early 1940s.  The United States became the food arsenal of the United Nations.

I am not implying, by this analogy, that the Atlanteans used diesel engines or farm tractors.  It would seem reasonable, in light of their technological achievements, that they developed hybrid seeds and used fertilizers and lime to increase crop yields, and that they made comparable advances in transportation.
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