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Author Topic: EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS  (Read 1071 times)
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« on: September 11, 2007, 10:12:33 am »


The Cayce readings mention people in North America as far back as 10 million years ago.  The most ancient scientific evidence found thus far, that of Leakey at Calico Hills, possibly goes back 500,000 years, but has not been generally accepted.  Most of the readings speak of much later migrations during the time of the Atlantean des-
Perhaps the thorniest problem with the idea of Atlantean migrations from the point of view of anthropologists is that most of the evidence points to the descent of the Native American population from immigrants over the Bering Strait.  Despite cultural parallels with Europe, such as those of Greenman, Native Americans appear to be most closely related genetically to Asians.  What does this do to the Cayce story?

The readings acknowledge a complex mixture of immigrants to America: "....the en-
tity was in the land of the present nativity [Nebraska] during those periods when there were activities in separating the peoples in the southland from those coming in from the western lands or from the isles of the sea."  (no. 3179-1, August 26, 1943.)

Robert Wauchope, in LOST TRIBES AND SUNKEN CONTINENTS, has discussed extensively all the "crackpot" theories of the origin of the Native Americans.  Long before Cayce, dating back to the 1700s, many wild theories were popular.  It is difficult not to place oneself in their company by even bringing up the topic.  Clearly, Cayce's audience would have been familiar with some of these ideas.  Is there any support AT ALL for the idea that the Native Americans may have had multiple ori-
gins; that they did not simply arrive over the Bering Strait, but from Africa, Europe, or even Atlantis?  The Cayce readings seem to reflect these speculations, and mention both the Lost Tribes and an Atlantean origin for the Mound Builders: "The
entity was among the first of those of the second generation of Atlanteans who struggled northward from Yucatan, settling in what is now a portion of Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio; being among those of the earlier period known as the Mound Builders".  (no.3528-1, December 20, 1943)
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