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EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS

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Cayce gave seventy-three readings mentioning incarnations in Peru, ranging from
before the destruction of Atlantis up until the Spaniards conquered the Incas.  The
historical periods seem to be consistent in the readings - he doesn't mix Spaniards
and Atlanteans!  His Incas, like his Maya, come much after the destruction of Atlantis.  Prior to the Atlanteans, Peru was inhabited by a people called the Ohlms or Ohums:  "In the one before this, we find in that land known as the Peruvian, during the period of the Ohlms, before the Incas and the peoples of the Poseidian land entered." (no.1916-5, 1931).  "In the experience the entity was a priestess, in those interpretations of what later became known as the Incas, the Lost Tribes, the people from the Atlantean land, the peoples who came west from the activities in the Lemurian land."  (no.1159-1. May 5, 19360.

What do we know about the Incas and their origin?  Anthropologist Loren McIntyre described their civilization in a book for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC in 1975.  The Incas
themselves are not at all ancient.  The first Inca emperor, Pachacuti, began his quest for empire in about AD1438.  At its greatest extent, the Inca empire spanned 2,500 miles, similar in size to the Roman Empire.  In 1532, the Spaniard Francisco Pizarro captured the Inca Atahualpa; this act shattered the empire at the height of its power.

It is the predecessors of the Incas who are of interest here.  Richard MacNeish, discussed earlier in connection with ancient dates, has made a study of early peoples in Peru published in SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.  The Ayacucho valley high in the Andes of Peru has evidence of human occupation going back in unbroken sequence
that spans the millennium from 20,000BC to AD1500.  There is a progression from early hunter, to farmer, to subject of imperial rule.  Deep in a cave, MacNeish found an assemblage of rather crude stone tools he called the Pacaicasa complex, after a nearby village.  The people who fashioned these distinctive tools occupied the Ayacucho valley from as much as 22,000 years ago to about 13,000 years ago.  Were these the Ohlms?  Stone tools cannot provide the richness of detail we need to completely evaluate the Cayce readings, but once again we see that Cayce's statements about the predecessors of the Incas are not without some scientific
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