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EDGAR CAYCE'S Story of Atlantis - From The Readings

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« on: September 09, 2007, 11:49:48 am »

It is not too difficult to draw parallels between the Atlantean civilization described
by Edgar Cayce and that of the United States today.  Both developed a highly
technical society.  Both were world powers and both were plagued with racial
or social problems.  Both developed weaponry that, if misused, could destroy
their own country and even affect world climate.

In Atlantis, the worst happened - not once, but on three different occasions, the last resulting in the final distruction and sinking of the country.  It is little wonder
that many of the life readings that gave Atlantean incarnations were filled with
warnings to individuals about the misuse of their abilities.  Individuals who had
misused their talents once before might easily follow the path of least resistance
and misuse them again.

Not everone who lived in Atlantis was a"bad guy".  Many of the incarnations there
were depicted as ones where the individuals had "gained", as Cayce put it, or had
improved their understanding of their relationship to God and others.  Certainly
one message of the life readings is that it is possible to live a constructive life under any circumstances.

If the idea of reincarnation disturbs you, Cayce's story of humankind's coming into being in Atlantis and the philosophy involved may disturb you even more.  It will
probably neither the evolutionists nor the creationists, for it contains a little of
both theories plus a host of other material that challenges the dogma of many
disciplines.  I do not ask that you change your beliefs, only that you read with an open mind, particularly in light of the discoveries made and the events that have
transpired since these readings were given.



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