Edgar Cayce on Atlantis

Edgar Cayce on Atlantis

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by Edgar Evans Cayce
     
 

Drawing on his readings, and placed within the context of reincarnation, Edgar Cayce offers evidence of the civilisation of Atlantis - showing how its achievements and failures directly relate to the conflict and confusion of today.  See more details below

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Drawing on his readings, and placed within the context of reincarnation, Edgar Cayce offers evidence of the civilisation of Atlantis - showing how its achievements and failures directly relate to the conflict and confusion of today.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780446351027
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
Publication date:
04/28/1988
Series:
Edgar Cayce Series
Edition description:
REISSUE
Pages:
176
Sales rank:
523,450
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
13 Years

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I first read this book in 1968, the year Atlantis was supposed to rise. That was 32 years ago, so Edgar Cayce was obviously not the prophet that we had all hoped. However! I was so enthralled with this book that despite my disbelief I recently bought a replacement copy! I think the real value of the book is not in its predictions, but in a fascinating and inspiring version of ancient Atlantis. The remarkably consistent Cayce readings, the interesting names of people and places (Iltar, Hept-Supht, Atlan, Og), the ties to ancient Egypt, the fascinating descriptions of the high technology of Atlantis (firestones, automatons, energy waves), and the tie-ins with Christianity all make for a beautiful, fascinating, appealing view of this lost world. If only it were true... I regret that the original book's mysterious and attractive cover photo of a sunken temple with white columns was not continued in the newer versions of the book. The Cayce version of Atlantis must have had a big influence on the early '60s film 'Atlantis: The Lost Continent' because that captured many key points of Cayce's descriptions in visual form. It certainly had an influence on '60s music: 1969 saw the realease of Donovan's song 'Atlantis,' Shango's 'Day After Day', and the Fifth Dimension's 'Aquarius,' all forerunners of the New Age movement and all echoing Cayce's predictions.