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'Out of Africa' theory in doubt

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Tom Hebert
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« Reply #15 on: May 04, 2007, 05:49:31 am »

Adding the valuable pioneer-works of the academia, from the last century, doesnt change that value - even if it specifies and corrects some major details. A good academian I used to work with once recommended me to "get aknowledged" with the works of Edgar Cayce. After discussing the realms of "seers" and "mindreaders" in a general context he concluded that; "an honest "seer" can normally be trusted on WHAT he refers to seeing, but they can hardly point to WHEN, exactly, things are happening or occuring..."

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This is true.  Psychics are notoriously fuzzy on dates, whether we're talking about the past or the future.  However, they can usually tell whether something happened after or before something else.  This is because we live in a cause-and-effect universe.

In the world of the spirit, time is just not that important.  Those spiritual beings are probably amused at our obsession with dates, when in reality there is no time.  In the Cayce readings you will see a few contradictions in dates, although the approximations are generally in line with what you would logically expect.  The one exception that Cayce was very clear about is the 10,500 B.C. date.  He mentioned that century over and over.  Why?  I beleive that period must have been so important to our current race that it could only be overshadowed by the birth of Christ.

According to Cayce, there were many changes going on in the makeup of the human race at that time period, and the center of this operation was in Egypt.  This could account for the evidence that now supports the out-of-Africa theory.
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