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EDGAR CAYCE - MIGRATIONS FROM ATLANTIS

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« Reply #15 on: September 11, 2007, 11:27:00 am »








RECORDS IN EGYPT?


Since time immemorial people have sought to preserve a record of their activities:
from legends and crude markings on the walls of caves to our modern monuments
and libraries.  The methods have been different, but the purpose has been the same.  The Sphinx and the Great Pyramid of Giza surely attest to the ancient Egypt-
ians' attempt to preserve a record of themselves and their understandings.  For the moment, assume that the Atlantis and Egypt Cayce described really did exist.  It is so strange, then, to think that the Atlanteans of 12,000 years ago might have wanted to preserve some record of their culture?  Or that the Egyptians would want to do the same?  Indeed, if Atlantean society were as technicallly advanced as described in the previous chapter, and they were party to such philosophical concepts about spirit, mind and matter as the preciding chapter address, it would be almost ridiculous to assume otherwise.

When we speak of the structures of the Giza plateau, to what do we refer?  The reading excerpts mention major structures such as the Sphinx, the Great Pyramid of Giza  and pyramids and tombs yet to be uncovered in the surrounding area.  The Great Pyramid is the largest of three large pyramids.  The Sphinx lies to the east, toward the Nile river.  The area between the Sphinx and the river was largely empty
in Cayce's time, but today it is the location of the crowded village of Nazlet el-Samman.  Surrounding the three large structures are numerous smaller pyramids, tombs and temples, many still buried beneath the sand.

Where in the Cayce readings did the ideas come from about records in Egypt"  As with the Atlantis story, incidental remarks occurred over twenty years in individual life readings, as well as in a few readings given specifically on the subjects of Atlantis and Egypt.

Briefly, Cayce's Egypt story pushes active Egyptian culture back almost 12,000 years to about 10,500BC.  It describes the original society and culture developing from various nomadic influxes of peoples to the Nile valley (from both the Carpathian montains of Asia and from Arabia),who settled with the peoples already
in Egypt and took political control.  Some of these readings even indicate that this culture was actively involved in archaeological research of its own regarding
EARLIER societies!

Another major external influence on the culture Cayce describes is the influx or migration to this area before and during the final destruction of Atlantis.  According to Cayce's psychic data,
the upper classes of the Atlantean race looked like modern people; they used the less developed 'things' for servants and experimentation.  In Egypt, they considered the majority of the people no higher than 'menial' in physiological development and their cultural and technical stance extremely backward.
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