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M I G R A T I O N S   T O   P E R U


Cayce gave seventy-three readings mentioning incarnations in Peru, ranging from
before the destruction of Atlantis up until the Spaniards conquered the Incas.  The
historical periods seem to be consistent in the readings - he doesn't mix Spaniards
and Atlanteans!  His Incas, like his Maya, come much after the destruction of Atlantis.  Prior to the Atlanteans, Peru was inhabited by a people called the Ohlms or Ohums:  "In the one before this, we find in that land known as the Peruvian, during the period of the Ohlms, before the Incas and the peoples of the Poseidian land entered." (no.1916-5, 1931).  "In the experience the entity was a priestess, in those interpretations of what later became known as the Incas, the Lost Tribes, the people from the Atlantean land, the peoples who came west from the activities in the Lemurian land."  (no.1159-1. May 5, 19360.

What do we know about the Incas and their origin?  Anthropologist Loren McIntyre described their civilization in a book for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC in 1975.  The Incas
themselves are not at all ancient.  The first Inca emperor, Pachacuti, began his quest for empire in about AD1438.  At its greatest extent, the Inca empire spanned 2,500 miles, similar in size to the Roman Empire.  In 1532, the Spaniard Francisco Pizarro captured the Inca Atahualpa; this act shattered the empire at the height of its power.

It is the predecessors of the Incas who are of interest here.  Richard MacNeish, discussed earlier in connection with ancient dates, has made a study of early peoples in Peru published in SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.  The Ayacucho valley high in the Andes of Peru has evidence of human occupation going back in unbroken sequence
that spans the millennium from 20,000BC to AD1500.  There is a progression from early hunter, to farmer, to subject of imperial rule.  Deep in a cave, MacNeish found an assemblage of rather crude stone tools he called the Pacaicasa complex, after a nearby village.  The people who fashioned these distinctive tools occupied the Ayacucho valley from as much as 22,000 years ago to about 13,000 years ago.  Were these the Ohlms?  Stone tools cannot provide the richness of detail we need to completely evaluate the Cayce readings, but once again we see that Cayce's statements about the predecessors of the Incas are not without some scientific
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The readings speak of a later time in Peruvian history as well, but still before the arrival of the Spaniards: "....in the land that now may be called the Peruvian, during those periods when there were the persecusions,not those known in the much later date as from the Spaniards, but rather from the breaking up from the meeting with those from the Mayan or Yucatan land."  (no.1637-1, July 12, 1938).

Even in Cayce's time, it was recognized that the Maya had penetrated into South America, and that substantial cultural interchange had taken place.  Samuel Lothrop, in 1940, discussed the diversity of opinion on exactly which cultural traits were exchanged.  Some authors (Max Uhle is cited by Lothrop as an example) felt that ALL manifestations of Andean culture were derived from Middle America, for the most part as a result of actual migration.  It is certainly reasonable that one result of cultural contact was persecution by invaders from Yucatan, as Cayce said.

The readings also speak of a destruction of Peru before the destruction of Atlantis, in a time when the Ohlms were the civilization: "In the one [life] before this, we find in the now Peruvian country, when the people were destroyed in the submerging of the land.  The entity then in that of the next to the ruler in Ohlm rule". (no2903-2, June 26, 1925).

As we have seen, geologists in general do not favor theories of catastrophic submergences.  Surprisingly, however, there is actually some evidence of deep submercence off the coasto of Peru, and even some possible sunken ruins.  Dr. Robert Menzies, director of Duke University's Oceanographic Program, was reported in the NEW YORK TIMES, April 17, 1966 and in the SCIENCE WORLD, April 15, 1966, to have discovered carved rock columns resting on a muddy plain 6,000 fet underwater, off the coast of Peru.  Menzies and his colleagues were looking for neoplinia, a type of sea mollusk, one of the earth's "oldest living fossils".  Their dredges brought up some of the desired specimens, but their deep-sea diving cameras showed photographic evidence of the columns, covered with what appeared to be some sort of writing.  Menzies is quoted as saying that although "the idea of a sunken city in the Pacific seems incredible, the evidence so far suggests one of the most exciting discoveries of the century."  We haven't been able to find any later reports confirming or refuting this discovery, and it is hard to tell whether it was ever taken seriously by scientists.  It was certainly made by a respectable researcher.




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MIGRATIONS TO NORTH AMERICA

The Cayce readings mention people in North America as far back as 10 million years ago.  The most ancient scientific evidence found thus far, that of Leakey at Calico Hills, possibly goes back 500,000 years, but has not been generally accepted.  Most of the readings speak of much later migrations during the time of the Atlantean des-
tructions.
Perhaps the thorniest problem with the idea of Atlantean migrations from the point of view of anthropologists is that most of the evidence points to the descent of the Native American population from immigrants over the Bering Strait.  Despite cultural parallels with Europe, such as those of Greenman, Native Americans appear to be most closely related genetically to Asians.  What does this do to the Cayce story?

The readings acknowledge a complex mixture of immigrants to America: "....the en-
tity was in the land of the present nativity [Nebraska] during those periods when there were activities in separating the peoples in the southland from those coming in from the western lands or from the isles of the sea."  (no. 3179-1, August 26, 1943.)

Robert Wauchope, in LOST TRIBES AND SUNKEN CONTINENTS, has discussed extensively all the "crackpot" theories of the origin of the Native Americans.  Long before Cayce, dating back to the 1700s, many wild theories were popular.  It is difficult not to place oneself in their company by even bringing up the topic.  Clearly, Cayce's audience would have been familiar with some of these ideas.  Is there any support AT ALL for the idea that the Native Americans may have had multiple ori-
gins; that they did not simply arrive over the Bering Strait, but from Africa, Europe, or even Atlantis?  The Cayce readings seem to reflect these speculations, and mention both the Lost Tribes and an Atlantean origin for the Mound Builders: "The
entity was among the first of those of the second generation of Atlanteans who struggled northward from Yucatan, settling in what is now a portion of Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio; being among those of the earlier period known as the Mound Builders".  (no.3528-1, December 20, 1943)
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The Mound Builders, a term loosely applied to cultures called Adena, Hopewell and Mississippian by archaeologists, were the inhabitants of eastern and midwestern America from roughly 1000BC to AD 1673, when the first French explorers arrived.  The "mounds" are large earthworkd, often used for burials.  The most famous mound is the Cahokia mound in Illinois, 100 feet tall.  The earthworks of the Mound Builders, although not as impressive as the Pyramids of Yucatan, were thought by early explorers to be beyond the capability of the "primitive" local Indians.  Robert Silverberg, in his book THE MOUND BUILDERS, discusses the many fanciful theories of their origin, including the idea that Atlanteans or even Danish Vikings had built the mounds.  Carbon-14 dating has shown that the mounds were built by the imme-
diate ancestors of the Native Americans, and some were even built after the Euro-
peans arrived.  But this doesn't solve the problem of the ORIGIN of the Mound Builders.  How long had they been there and where did they come from?

The Cayce readings tell us, not that the Atlanteans were the Mound Builders, but that their descendants were.  A site called Koster in Illinois reveals the people that became the Mound Builders, and provides a record of a sophisticated culture that goes back almost to the time of the Cayce Atlanteans.

Anthropologist Stuart Streuver of Northwestern University, directing the excavation of this site, was amazed to find layer after layer of ancient occupations, over 30 feet thick and dating back over 9,000 years.  Prior to this discovery, people assumed that, for most of their history, the Native Americans had been primitive nomadic hunter-gatherers.  But at Koster, Streuver found evidence of sophisticated construction of buildings, possibly including plaster walls, going back thousands of years.  The builders of the famous mounds were in the area as early as 9500BC.  He
feels the later Mound Builders are descended from these early arrivals, since the later skeletons at Koster are very similar to the early ones.  The evidence tends to refute Donnelly, but to support Cayce.  Although some later cultural input from Central America influenced the construction of the mounds in later years, the original settlers could indeed have been "of the second generation of Atlanteans."



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Has any evidence been found that would support Cayce by showing that these original ancestors of the Mound Builders arrived from the south rather than from the west, after crossing the Bering Strait?"  One of the more interesting pieces of evidence consistent with the Cayce story of Atlanteans in North America comes from linguistics.  The readings said, "the entity then was among the people, the Indians, of the Iroquois;  those of noble birth, those that were of the pure descendants of the Atlanteans."  (no. 1219-1, July 13, 1936.)

A recent linguistic study in a 1985 QUARTERNARY RESEARCH by Richard Rogers, an anthropologist from the University of Kansas, suggests that, before 18,000 years ago, when the glaciers covered much of North America, there was already a linguistically distinct population in the southeast.  As the glaciers melted, near the time of the final destruction of the Cayce Atlantis, the people migrated northward.  Their linguistic family, Algonquian, is distinct from the languages of the west
Iroquoian, another eastern language family, is also not related to the languages of the west.  The article does not discuss the Atlantean theory, but at the very least it shows that Native Americans are not descended from a single population that came over the Bering Strait in 10,000BC.

Once again, the scientific evidence puts Cayce in a relatively good light.  Whatever their origin, it appears that these people entered the region in the time frame given by Cayce, and eventually became the Mound Builders.  For thousands of years, their culture waS at a higher level than anyone had thought possible.  This evidence does not directly support the Atlantis ORIGIN, but is consistent with it.




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Are Native Americans descended from any race other than Asian?  The answer is
not simple.  Even if there is evidence for more than one racial input, this can be ex-
plained by postulating successive waves of migration over the Bering Strait.  Some
of these migrations may have included ancestors of modern Caucasians who crossed Asia.

Cayce himself brings up one of the other problems with finding the Atlantean influence in Native American races: later transatlantic migration.  The readings refer to the "Lost Tribes".  One of the popular theories, not taken seriously by most anthropologists, was that Native Americans were the descendants of the "lost  tribes of Israel" captured in the eighth century BC by the king of Assyria.  A related theory comes from the Book of Mormon.  The Mormons believe in two other migrations of Jews to America.

Cayce was not specific as to what he meant by the Lost Tribes.  Although no scientists today believe that the Jews were literally the major ancestors of the Native Americans, there is some evidence for transatlantic contact.  Scientists con-
tinue to debate how important that contact was, or whether it was necessary to
account for cultural parallels.

Thor Heyerdahl is one of the major proponents of transatlantic diffusion.  Heyerdahl is a Norwegian explorer who has sailed primitive craft across the oceans to prove that ancient people could have done it as well.  In 1970, he sailed the RaII from
North Africa to the Caribbean.  RaII was a reed boat, similar to those used both in Africa and Lake Titicaca in South America.  In EARLY MAN AND THE OCEANS, Heyerdahl chronicles the history of diffusionist thinking, and lists a variety of cultural traits that he feels are best explained by diffusion.  These include some of Donnelly's parallels; but Heyerdahl feels that they are due to contact across the ocean, not to Atlantis.  They are consistent with the Cayce readings, however, which describe a time


.....during that period as would be called 3,000 years before the Prince of Peace came, those peoples that were of the Lost Tribes, a portion came into the land.

[Q-1.]  How did the Lost Tribe reach this country?
[A-1]  In boats. (no.5750-1, November 12, 1933)

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Heyerdahl notes that shortly before 3000BC, exceptional cultural activity took place in the inner Mediterranean, with new dynasties suddenly coming into power and building up advanced local civilizations in Mesopotamia and in Egypt.  He correlates this with the zero year in the ancient Mayan calendar of 3113BC and suggests that it is evidence of transatlantic contact.

Ivan Van Sertima is another diffusionist.  In THEY CAME BEFORE COLUMBUS, he also makes a case that "tribes" from Africa arrived in Central America by boat.  The evi-
dence includes Olmec stone sculptures and numerous Mayan carvings showing Negroid and Semitic features.  Much of Van Sertima's evidence comes from the work of Alexander von Wuthenau, professor of Mexican art history at the University of the Americas in Mexico City.  His thirty-five years of work produced hundreds of examples of other racial groups in Mayan art.

These diffusionist views are not in the mainstream of archaeology.  Most of the anthropology done on the racial characteristics of Native Americans has focused on the western side of the continent and the Pacific Rim.  It is clear that the Eskimos and the natives of the northwest United States and Canada are relatively recent immigrants from Asia.  Christy Turner has shown, based on tooth anatomy, that there is a substantial Asian component to the Native Americans of Central and South America as well.  Perhaps the original Atlantean genetic contribution was swamped by later immigrants from Asia.  But there has been little focus on work that could support the Cayce story.  Comparisons around the Atlantic rim will be necessary to fully test Cayce's concepts.

The Cayce readings are unique in that they reconcile both the diffusionist and the
Atlantean views in their proper time frames, with specific dates given well before these dates were known to archaeologists.  Whether either view will eventually become compatible with mainstream science is another question, but the groundwork appears to have been laid.  The debate is on a scientific level, rather than occult speculation.



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MIGRATIONS TO EUROPE


Before we proceed to the details of actual expeditons to Egypt and Bimini, let's take a brief look at the migrations to the eastern side of the Atlantic: the European area near the Pyrenees in France and Spain.  As noted earlier, Europe is the area in which Cro-Magnon man, the first appearance of anatomically modern people, was
discovered.  This sudden appearance with a culture far  higher than that of the Neanderthals has been cited by virtually every Atlantis writer since Donnelly.  Do we know any more that would tend to confirm or refute the Cayce readings?

The area of southern France, Spain and Portugal, and specifically the Pyrenees mountains of the border between Spain and France, was given in several Cayce readings as a major location to which Atlanteans fled.  In some readings, it was given as a way station on the trip to Egypt.

Another reading mentioned the chalk cliffs at Calais (no.315-4, June 18, 1934.)  This reference is an example of the type of discrepancy that occasionally appears in the transcriptions of the Cayce readings (which were taken down as dictation) complicates their study.  Calais is a well-known area in France, but it is not near the
Pyrenees.  Gladys Davis Turner, who stenographed the readings, thought later that Cayce may have been referring to another location.  A French ARE member pointed out that an area of Spain near Portugal and the Pyrenees is named Galice or Galicia, and that the two words rhyme.  Galicia or Galice is located in northern Spain, where all of Cayce's other readings place the migrating Atlanteans and has cliffs and mountainous terrains.  Calais, on the other hand has flat terrain and is
located 600 miles away in France, bordering on the English Channel.

The area of northern Spain and the Pyrenees is well known as a rich source of archaeological finds.  According to archaeologist L.G. Straus, in a recent review article on the prehistory of northern Spain in SCIENCE, this area is considered to be one of the best sources of information on human physical and cultural evolution.
Research has been going on steadily since the 1870s, when rock art was discovered in an Altamira cave by M. Sanz de Sautola.  Virtually all known sites from the time Cayce gave for Atlantis are in cave; open-air sites have either been eroded or deeply buried.
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Neanderthal man is represented in several sites and lasts until about 35,000 years ago.  There is little evidence of art or adornment at this time and technology appears to have been limited to very simple stone and bone tools.

Some major changes begin to appear about 35,000 years ago, with the onset of the period known as the Upper Paleolithic and the appearance of anatomically modern people.  Although technology was still Stone Age, this was a time of growth in the roles of technology, social organization and planning.  Tools became far more sophisticated.  There is substantial evidence of human construction activity about 29,000 years ago in a site called Cueva Morin, including a large dug-out feature, postholes and graves with possible offerings.

Well-dated cultures in the late Upper Paleolithic - the Solutrean from 20,500 to 17,000 years ago and the Magdalenian from 17,000 to 11,000 years ago - show great development in both the well-known cave art and specialized technologies such as the spear-thrower and the arrow.  More than sixty caves with cave art have been discovered in the area.  The people also developed elaborate uses of fire.

The transition to the Mesolithic, or Middle Stone Age, comes around 11,000 years ago, near the time of the final destruction of Atlantis.  As we have seen in North America, there were major climate changes, the growth of new forests and the rising of sea levels.  The Neolithic, which we often think of as paving the way for civilization - with pottery and domesticated animals, began around 5,000 years ago, long after the sinking of Atlantis.



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It is hard to make a case for or against Atlantis from what we know in Europe.  On the one hand, in the Cayce time frame there were major cultural advancements in Europe that in many cases appear to have been brought in from outside.  Green-
man's evidence for cultural parallels with North America suggest transatlantic contact. On the other hand, as in North America, these were Stone Age technologies, not the high technologies spoken of by Cayce.  Perhaps all that survived the destruction of a civilization was the basic knowledge and intelligence, but not the means to rebuild.

We have seen in this chapter that geologists and archaeologists completely un-
aware of the Cayce readings have in many cases com up independently with supporting evidence.  Yet, because Cayce was considered a psychic, his readings weren't used to guide research.  Many quewstions have been raised by the readings that have simply never been addressed scientifically.  A concerted effort has never been made to find Atlantean ruins on the mid-Atlantic ridge.  Most of the evidence supporting even the possibility of Atlantis has been found accidentally and
scientists are quite right in saying that it is ambiguous.

What would it take to prove Cayce right or wrong?  Where would researchers have the best chance of finding evidence of Atlantis?  These same questions were asked in Cayce's day and the readings were quite specific.  Records of Atlantis would be found in three places:  EGYPT, BIMINI and YUCATAN.  Cayce's listeners in the 1930s missed their chance to track down evidence from Yucatan, as it was carried to the United States. 



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Another reading mentioned the chalk cliffs at Calais (no.315-4, June 18, 1934.)  This reference is an example of the type of discrepancy that occasionally appears in the transcriptions of the Cayce readings (which were taken down as dictation) complicates their study.  Calais is a well-known area in France, but it is not near the
Pyrenees.  Gladys Davis Turner, who stenographed the readings, thought later that Cayce may have been referring to another location.  A French ARE member pointed out that an area of Spain near Portugal and the Pyrenees is named Galice or Galicia, and that the two words rhyme.  Galicia or Galice is located in northern Spain, where all of Cayce's other readings place the migrating Atlanteans and has cliffs and mountainous terrains.  Calais, on the other hand has flat terrain and is located 600 miles away in France, bordering on the English Channel.


Hi Bianca,

I would like to comment on this paragraph, but first let me quote from the reading cited.

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315-4  M 27  6/18/34
Before that we find the entity was in the land that has been called the Atlantean, during those periods when there was the breaking up of the land and there had been the edict that the land must be changed.

The entity was among those that set sail for the Egyptian land, but entered rather into the Pyrenees and what is now the Portuguese, French and Spanish land. And there STILL may be seen in the chalk cliffs there in Calais the activities, where the marks of the entity's followers were made, as the attempts were set with those to create a temple activity to the follower of the law of One.

Then in the name Apex-l [Apex-el?], the entity lost and gained. Lost during those periods when there were the turmoils and strife that brought about the necessity for the sojourning from the land and the entering into the others.
Gained when there was the establishing of the associations with those that had built up the Egyptian land. And, as will be seen from those that may yet be found about Alexandria, the entity may be said to have been the first to begin the establishement of the library of knowledge in Alexandria; ten thousand three hundred before the Prince of Peace entered Egypt for His first initiation there. For, read ye, "He was crucified also in Egypt."

Apparently this entity was with a group headed for Egypt but somehow ended up in the Pyranees AND "what is now the Portuguese, French and Spanish land."  In my opinion, Cayce was not limiting this colony to the Pyranees but rather a much larger territory, which could easily have included Calais even though it is several hundred miles away.

Now the reading mentions that the entity left some markings in the chalk cliffs there, which still may be seen.  I have often wondered if it would be worthwhile to do some archaeological exploring in that area to see if there are any markings on any of the chalk cliffs that could be linked to Atlantis.

I'm not sure why the author said that Calais is located on flat terrain.  Just the opposite.  In fact, Calais is famous for it's white cliffs similar to Dover on the opposite side of the English Channel.  This is the narrowest crossing point. Here is one example of the cliffs near Calais.  It's called Cap Blanc Nez.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Cap_Blanc_Nez.JPG

At any rate, I'm willing to give Edgar Cayce the benefit of the doubt on this reading.

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Tom:

I am so glad you made THOSE observations!!! 

You literally (to use a much abused phrase), literally took the words out of my
mouth!  That is exactly what I thought.  We may think of the "Migrations from
Atlantis" as if these terrified "refugees from cataclysms" knew where they were
going.  I don't think these poor folks knew any more than people know today,
when fleeing from any kind of catastrophy. 

THEY JUST GOT THE HELL OUT OF THERE - QUICKLY.

Who knows how far and wide they went before they were able to stay put?
Obviously they had to flee by ship/boat and who knows where they landed?
Why not Calais? 

The third cataclysm may have lasted more than "one day and night".  Even if it had
been only a day and night, the ensuing after-shocks and/or tsunamis would have
been horrifying.  Even if they had instruments, they may have not worked.  Without
instruments, I doubt they were able to navigate by the sun, moon or the stars.
It must have stayed pretty dark for quite a while.

The scenario must have been beyond our imagination.  I think it's a wonder that
any were able to get away at all!

Granted, rumblings may have begun much earlier than the actual event and know-
ing the signs, many probably left long before the cataclysm.

I have been in bad earthquakes in Italy and believe me, little brings about the
kind of terror that a bad one does!

Going back to Calais, unfortunaly I think believers in Atlantis are not too numerous
and there are much less numbers of Cayce "aficionados", even at this site.  As a
matter of fact, I was just going to answer such a 'scoffer' when I saw your  post.

So an exploration of the 'white cliffs' of Calais is not very likely, unless you or I get
a free trip over there.........


Thanks for your comments, Tom.

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« Reply #27 on: March 10, 2007, 04:37:32 pm »



Tom:

I am switching to Edgar Evans Cayce's EDGAR CAYCE ON ATLANTIS - 1968 for
the Exodus to Egypt. 

Let's see what we can find out.  It's been so long since I read these books, that
it is all practically new to me, once again.  At least the details.

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EDGAR CAYCE ON ATLANTIS



Edgar Evans Cayce (E.C.'s son)

Virginia Beach,
Virginia - 1968



MIGRATION TO EGYPT


............Some Atlanteans came directly to Egypt.  But others went first to what is now Spain or Portugal, paricularly the Pyrenees region.  This fact is mentioned in readings given ten years apart.

"....in Atlantean land when there was knowledge that there soon was to be the destruction of that land and there were attempts of individuals to leave the land.  Entity among those who went to Egypt. (708-1; Oct.25, 1934).

"....among Atlanteans who first came to Egypt, journeyed to what is now a portion of Portugal or the Pyrenees where some Atlanteans had set up temple activity, aided in decorations of temple." (1123-1; Feb.19, 1936)

"....in Atlantis when there was the breaking up of the land - among those that went to what is now the Spanish land; while many changed to the Egyptian land, the entity remained in Pyrenees and established those tenets and truths that aided much until hordes from the African land brought destruction to those people." (3541-1; Jan. 10, 1944)

....in Atlantis at time of disputes when many sent to many lands, [the entity] a mathematician, came to Pyrenees, journeyed through the air, later came to Egypt."  (This reading mentions later that this person became famous as a builder of dams and buildings.  (2677-1; Jan. 27, 1942)


The final destruction of Atlantis, or the remaining islands, may have been sudden and violent, but evidently the people had warnings of what might happen.  Individual references in the Edgar Cayce life readings indicate an organized
exodus.  The survivors attempted to continue their way of life in their new homes, as we can see by the various occupations listed in readings referring to this period.


"....conducted people from Atlantis to Egypt previous to last destruction - worked
with adorning buildings with gems and precious stones." (955-1; July 20, 1935)

"....among those who journeyed from Atlantean land to Egypt, entity young at time, aided in development of mechanical appliances for cutting stone, etc."
(1177-1

"....came to Egypt from Pyrenees land, hence came with latter portion of those from Atlantean land." (1458-1)

"....in Egyptian land when there was the entering of those that sought aid or refu-
ge from turmoil arising in native land.  The entity among those that came from Atlantean land and aided in replenishing and rebuilding of the temple service, for entity was of household that followed Law of One."  (439-1; Nov. 13, 1933)

"....in Atlantean land when division arose with destruction coming upon the land, chose to go with groups going to Egypt, what would be known as a chemist, aided in making lands of the Nile more productive."  (1842-1; March 14, 1939)


In order to understand the extracts concerning this era, we should know something of what was happening in Egypt at this time.  Judging from material gathered from a number of individual and general life readings covering this period, it seems that from between 11,000 and 10,000BC a tribe from the Carpathian region invaded and conquered Egypt.  One of the leaders of this tribe was a priest named Ra-Ta.  Ra-Ta was Edgar Cayce (or Edgar Cayce was Ra-Ta, depending upon your point of view).  In Egypt Ra-Ta's religious teachings attracted a large following.  However, there was already political friction in Egypt and tension between the ruling classes and the native Egyptians.  Ra-Ta was caught up in this political intrigue, and after a native rebellion, he was banished for nine years to what is now Abyssinia. 
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At the height of the confusion, refugees began arriving in Egypt from Atlantis.  The
Atlanteans, scientifically more advanced than the Egyptians, found little in common with the inhabitants of Egypt and began to set up their old way of life.  Leaders of the ruling class and leaders of the native rebellion soon realized that these incoming Atlanteans with their superior scientific knowledge and radically different social and religious views posed a new threat.  A leader had to be found, around whom the people could rally, to turn the power of the Atlanteans into constructive channels.  In an effort to bring some order out of the chaos, the leaders in power decided to recall the priest from banishment.  Only he might correlate the activities of all these conflicting groups.  This move was successful and with the cooperation of the rulers of Egypt, the priest , the Atlanteans and the natives there ensued a period of great advancement in human relations. The then civilized portions of the world enjoyed a period of moral, mental, spiritual and physical development.

Combination hospital and educational institutions (called the Temple of Sacrifice and the Temple of Beauty) were set up and probably functioned like the psychiatric wing of a modern hospital.  There the masses flocked for mental as well as physical therapy.  Evidently, besides low mental development and/or lack of moral judgement and self-control, some people classed as servants or 'things' or 'auto-
matons' had physical deformities linking them to the animal world.  They may have had tails, feathers, or scales.  This was a holdover from the early projection of souls into materiality for selfish purposes, at which time monstrosities as well as creatures of beauty were created.  It seems that these institutions of physical and
psychic healing were successful; in fact, there was a worldwide dissemination of ideas, knowledge and teachings.  The few dates given concerning this period indicate that this took place 11,000 to 10,000 years BC.



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Edgar Evans Cayce (E.C.'s son)

Virginia Beach,
Virginia, 1968
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