Mysteries of Atlantis Revisited: The Century's Greatest Psychic Confronts One Of The World's Oldest Mysteries

Mysteries of Atlantis Revisited: The Century's Greatest Psychic Confronts One Of The World's Oldest Mysteries

by Edgar E. Cayce, Gail Cayce Schwartzer, Douglas G. Richards
     
 

An Ancient Society Lost in Time...

The lost civilization of Atlantis, one of the most enduring controversies of all time, has haunted scientists and occultists, philosophers and skeptics alike for centuries— but no conclusive evidence has ever been found.

The Deepest Mysteries of the Human Race...

American visionary Edgar Cayce died before he could

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An Ancient Society Lost in Time...

The lost civilization of Atlantis, one of the most enduring controversies of all time, has haunted scientists and occultists, philosophers and skeptics alike for centuries— but no conclusive evidence has ever been found.

The Deepest Mysteries of the Human Race...

American visionary Edgar Cayce died before he could explain his own theories, but he referred to Atlantis hundreds of times in his remarkably accurate "life readings." Now, armed with Cayce's psychic clues and the latest findings from archaeology, geology, and anthropology, three scholars have traveled the world in search of proof.

The Adventure Begins...

From the hidden vaults beneath the Sphinx to the coastal waters of Bimini, join them on their amazing voyage as they explore the wisdom of Edgar Cayce and discover shocking new evidence about the destruction of Atlantis— and why striking parallels between our society and theirs could provide important lessons for the future.

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"An excellent overview of the Atlantis question: comprehensive, balanced, and well-written. The authors provide a true bridge between the physical sciences and psychic-spiritual traditions."— John White, author of Pole Shift and What is Enlightenment?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312961534
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
03/15/1997
Series:
Edgar Cayce Guides Series
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
4.26(w) x 6.72(h) x 0.65(d)

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