By Gregory Little, John Van Auken, Lora Little
Publication Date: October 2, 2006
Dr. Gregory Little and John Van Auken current this tale in an soaking up narrative of the legends of Atlantis and the newest discoveries within the ongoing look for remnants of the misplaced continent. The booklet includes over 100 illustrations –some by no means released sooner than. integrated within the tale of Atlantis are vignettes of the forgotten lands of Mu, Lemuria, Og, Zu, and lots of others.
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Extra info for Edgar Cayce's Atlantis
His first “reading,” as they were called, would be numbered 294-1, and each subsequent reading would increase the dash number (294-2, 294-3, and so on). These were assigned the numbers 364 and 996. Cayce was secretly taken to the White House for this reading not too long before Wilson’s death, and it has only been in recent years that Wilson’s library released that fact. Of course, they are also available to the general public in books or complete volumes of the readings, as well as on CDROM.
In contrast, the Children of the Law of One worshiped one God, sought spiritual and physical attunement with the Creator, and espoused the ideal of treating others as oneself in their day-to-day lives. These destructive forces were, in part, responsible for the series of catastrophic events that befell Atlantis. The speech came from what Cayce referred to as the “saint realm,” which imparted “understanding and knowledge” to the group. But the Atlanteans also had ships that could move under water.
The years 1939 and 1940 had the most Atlantis references: 66 in each year. Many Cayce readings emphasized that service to others and living life in a correct way were far more important than knowledge about the past. In this section our goal is to provide a thumbnail sketch of Cayce’s Atlantis. destruction was directly linked to what is called the first destruction of Atlantis. C. Temples were constructed in the cities, and numerous canals were used for irrigation and navigation. In contrast, the Children of the Law of One worshiped one God, sought spiritual and physical attunement with the Creator, and espoused the ideal of treating others as oneself in their day-to-day lives.