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Author Topic: EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS  (Read 1071 times)
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« on: September 10, 2007, 11:59:35 am »

This has been indirect evidence of the consistency and plausibility of the Cayce story.  But the reading containsa clue and plausibility of the story of Atlantis it-
self, as well as the Maya.  He referred to a buried temple of records, in which information on the construction of the "firestone or "great crystal" would be found:  "In Yucatan
there is emblem of same [the firestone].  Let's clarify this, for it may be the more easily found  - for they will be brought to this America, these United States.  A portion is to be carried, as we find, to the Washington preservation of such findings, or to Chicago" (no 440-5, December 19, 1933).  When asked, "Who is conducting this work in Yucatan?", the reading continued,"Would it be sent to any place than to those who were carrying on same?"

Has anything been found?  Many people have wished that Cayce had been clearer in some of his readings.  There were indeed expeditions to the area when Cayce gave the reading in 1933, but identifying a single artifact of unknown description is quite a challenge.

Unfortunately, the readings were not specific about the nature of the artifact, or about exactly where it would be taken.  "To Chicago" could mean the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, or anywhere else in that very large city.  "The Washington preservations of such findings" probably meant the Smithsonian, but there are other archaeological collections in Washington.

The "Pennsylvania State Museum" is also a problem, since there is more than one possibility.  Many people assumed Cayce was referring to the University of Pennsylvania museum.  Jeffrey Goodman, in his book PSYCHIC ARCHAEOLOGY, tried to trackdown the Cayce reference. He found that in 1933 the university museum WAS  excavating atthe site of Piedras Negras in Guatemala.  The site report had much in common with Cayce's description; there were superimpositions of several different periods and the site investigator, Dr. Linton Satterhwaite said that he was "tempted to see a mixture of Mayan and non-Mayan styles."  Was this the site Cayce described?  Perhaps, but the library at the Association for Research and Enlightenment has photographs and a catalog from the William Penn Memorial Museum in Harrisburg, showing other archaeological digs in Yucatan, with unidentified people, dating from the 1930s.  This museum was FORMERLY called the Pennsylvania State Museum.  Nothing has been found yet, that looks like the emblem of the firestone, however.
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