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EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS

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« on: September 10, 2007, 11:50:11 am »








By the 1976, this 10,000BC barrier was beginning to crumble.  Richard S. MacNeish, director of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology in Massachusetts, wrote an article in  AMERICAN SCIENTIST  summarizing the numerous recently discovered more ancient sites, which ranged all the way to the tip of South America.  This suggested that people had entered the New World prior to 12,000 years ago.  The hitch was that, for much of this time, there was no Bering Strait land bridge.  Jesse Jennings points out in PREHISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA that the only other time the Bering
Strait could have been land was before the last Ice Age (about 28,000BC), or be-
fore the last Ice Age even began (about 70,000BC).  If not over the Bering Strait, how did people FIRST  enter the New World?  The answer from the Cayce readings, of course, is that they migrated there from Atlantis - from the east, rather than the
west.

Is there any scientific evidence that people could have arrived across the Atlantic, perhaps even from Atlantis?  The majority of opinion hold this possibility unlikely,
since ample evidence indicates that some people, such as the Eskimos, have recently come across the Bering Strait.  But with the large number of ancient dates, it has become increasingly difficult to find previous land bridges in the ancient time frames required.  In 1963 anthropologist E.F. Greenman proposed and idea far more consistent with the Atlantis explanation. 

Greenman, an anthropology professor from the University of Michigan, argued in an article published in CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY that people had reached the New
World from Europe by boat!  He found many cultural similarities between Stone
Age peoples in Europe and North America.  His imposing catalog of similaritis included both artwork and stone artifacts, such as spear points.  Here we have evidence for transatlantic diffusion of technology, in exactly the time frame given
by Cayce.  This is not Mayan or Egyptian high technology, but simple stone tools.  Still, for Paleolithic peoples, it was a cultural revolution.  This technology could have been all that survived from the migrations of a collapsing civilization.  Cayce specified the Pyrenees as another location to which Atlanteans fled and this and other European areas are the sources for Greenman's parallels.  This evidence is much more consistent with Cayce than with Donnelly's parallels between the Maya and the Egyptians.  Of course, Greeman does not mention Atlantis; travel across the Atlantic by boat, perhaps along the edge of the icecap, was his best guess;
but evidence is certainly consistent with the Atlantis hypothesis.
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