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Edgar Cayce's Atlantis Paperback – February 15, 2006
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Then I took off one star because they start talking about their various adventures and explorations around the world trying to find the three Halls Of Records that Cayce spoke about.
(The authors are explorers and I saw them on tv diving somewhere.)
The only reason I took off the one star is because the title doesn't indicate they are going to talk about those things. Nobody has proven yet that for example the Bimini Road is part of Edgar Cayce's Atlantis.
Even if it is Cayce said part of Atlantis would RISE in 1968. I assume the Bimini road was already there at that time.
Even so the first 10 chapters are fascinating.
I didn't realize that someone had questioned Cayce about the mysterious book "A Dweller On Two Planets". Like me Cayce seemed to indicate that the source of this information was not related to Christ.
This book didn't get into the theory of the Great Pyramid being a machine. This theory was presented in Christopher Dunn's groundbreaking book "The Giza Power Plant".
Dunn's amazing discovery may explain why the carbon dating of the pyramids and other monuments on the Giza plateau don't seem to match up with Cayce's statements that they were constructed in 10,500 BC. The radiation from the pyramid nuclear reactor may be messing up the carbon dating.
They talk about how people question Plato's assertion that Atlantis went down for the last time in 10,500 BC which agrees with Cayce.
Plato was intensely interested in Atlantis because he was there at the very beginning.
There are many other fascinating ideas in this book that were taken directly from the Edgar Cayce psychic material.Read more ›
I'm glad I bought this book.
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Gregory and his lovely wife and male co author are right on top of Edgar Cayse, much information, enlightening, well produced, I couldn't put it down. JerryPublished on March 9, 2013 by anunnaki