Edgar Cayce's Atlantis
Gregory L. Little
Dr. Gregory Little and John Van Auken current this tale in an soaking up narrative of the legends of Atlantis and the newest discoveries within the ongoing look for remnants of the misplaced continent. The booklet comprises over 100 illustrations –some by no means released sooner than. incorporated within the tale of Atlantis are vignettes of the forgotten lands of Mu, Lemuria, Og, Zu, and so forth.
Carry a portion of creative forces needed to create new bodies. They would then come together physically in the outer world to procreate. Mixed Animal and Human Bodies Another aspect of the Cayce story of early Atlanteans and Lemurians has to do with what we today know as possession, a condition in which a physical body is possessed by a spirit that has not incarnated properly into that body. In Cayce’s tale of these.
Psychic means. This was because the people were initially so at one with the Cosmos and Cosmic energy and dimensions that they “transposed” themselves from one part of the Universal to the other—body, mind, and soul! But as they became more physically confined and focused, they began to develop low-tech, Nature-compatible physical devices to transport themselves around the planet. These were those pachyderm skins filled with gases that we mentioned in an earlier chapter. Simple,.
Construction in a physical plane.” They were engineers and builders. A soul called Ode (487 in the Cayce numbering system) was the head of one of these engineering households. He and others of this house trained and developed souls skilled in the laws and forces affecting physical construction of buildings, power plants, airports, cities, and the like. It was common for the Ode name to become a part of the name of each individual that belonged to this household. However, according to Cayce,.
Are being uncovered or reconstructed.” (Reading 440-12) Drawing by Tatiana Proskouriakoff of Pyramid K-5 at Mayan ruins at Piedras Negras, Guatemala, showing burning of offerings at altar in front of the temple. Source—Carnegie Institute(1946). The readings also claimed that the remains of the Atlantean immigrants and their settlements in Central America would be hard to locate because they routinely performed cremations and possibly burned their settlements. It was noted that ashes.
Indies as Antilia, and the similarity of the name to Atlantis has long been obvious to many people. The islands of the Caribbean, consisting of over 7,000 small and large islands including Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, and Hispaniola, comprise the West Indies. But the most convincing link between that region and Atlantis was made during the exploration and excavations of the Maya and Aztec civilizations. Excited by tales of travel in the Yucatan that were being widely published, in the.