Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Edgar Cayce on ETs

The historical term "flying saucers" was not much in use before 1947 when pilot Kenneth Arnold described to a reporter the nine UFOs that he witnessed flying in formation over Washington state. And yet years earlier, people were considering the possibility of alien life. We know this is true because some of them asked famed psychic Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) about it during his trance sessions when he gave past life readings to individuals. And his answers were astonishing.

In 1925, Cayce was asked directly whether or not any planet in our solar system other than Earth was inhabited by human beings or animal life of any kind. Consciously, Edgar Cayce could not have answered the question. But while in trance, Cayce responded: "No. Only upon the earth planet, at present, do we find man as flesh and blood…."

Note that he did not deny the possibility outright. By including the qualifier, "at present," Cayce implied that human and/or animal life had existed on some planet at some point in the past. (Mars perhaps?) Other statements that he made on this subject more clearly addressed the question.

For example in 1938, he revealed to one man that the man had lived a previous life in Atlantis and had been "the keeper of the portals as well as the messages that were received from the visitation of those from the outer spheres." In many instances, Cayce referred to Atlantis as fact, not fable. And in this life reading, Cayce plainly stated that at the time in question, aliens existed in the "outer spheres," that they had visited earth, and that they had communicated with the Mayans through "portals."

In another life reading, Cayce added even more to the claim.

A woman who requested a life reading from Cayce discovered that she had been a Mayan Priestess living in Yucatan in the past with "those that were visited from other worlds or planets." Again, Cayce clearly stated that the Mayan culture was visited by Extraterrestrials. Adding to his stunning pronouncements, Cayce informed the woman that she had been one who "journeyed with those from her own abode," back to the alien world. So not only did the aliens visit the Mayan culture, but they transported some of them back to the alien world in presumably some kind of cross-culture arrangement.

During Cayce’s lifetime, he produced more than 14,000 life readings that are now archived at The Association of Research and Enlightenment, the information center that he founded in Virginia (http://www.are-cayce.org). Though only a few of the readings pertain to alien life, what Edgar Cayce did say about the reality of Extraterrestrials adds credence to the theory of ancient astronauts. The readings only give us a glimpse of the alien-human relationship of the far distant past, but the information adds yet another piece to the alien jigsaw puzzle that we continue to try and understand. ***


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