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Dr. Douglas James Cottrell Akashic Record Reading

AngelicView: I was listening to Coast to Coast last night and this guy was on, Dr. Douglas James Cottrell, and he was described as the “Canadian Edgar Cayce”. This got my attention, of course, because I love Edgar Cayce. Apparently this guy goes into a deep meditative trance very similar to what Edgar Cayce did and brings back information from the Akashic Records.

I cannot post Coast to Coast shows here because every time I did in the past, the channel gets taken down right after I post. I know, right?! So I decided to take notes on what he said so I could pass it all on to you. I hadn’t heard of this guy before, so I Googled his name and came up with many quite positive things said about him. Having said that, though, I think you should probably take what he says with a grain of salt. It really is mostly “doom and gloom” type of stuff and things that many prophets before him have said. I want you to know that even though I find this kind of thing interesting, it’s not something I lay awake at night and worry about.

So remember, these are just my notes and not a word-for-word translation of what he said. Below my notes you will find some additional information from Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. on the Akashic Records.

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Edgar Cayce on Atlantis

 

AngelicView: This is an excerpt from the book “Edgar Cayce – The Sleeping Prophet; The Life, The Prophecies, and the Readings of the World’s most Famous Mystic“, published freely on the web here.

“At Last, Atlantis”

Just as man has gazed fascinated into the sea, atavistically peering into his past, so has he engaged in a restless quest for Atlantis. In the ocean, said naturalist Rachel Carson, he found from whence he had sprung, and in Atlantis, a dream of a superior culture, prefacing the brief few thousand years of recorded history with which he measures his meager progress.


Since Plato first described the Lost Continent of the Atlantic twenty-five hundred years ago, more than two thousand books have been written about a legendary land that nobody has seen. There have been books to prove Atlantis, books to disprove it. Some have been by erudite scientists, others by dreamers in search of a Shangri-La.


While oceanographers, geologists, and ordinary sea-divers have been fanning out over the Atlantic for centuries in the underwater quest,Edgar Cayce merely went to sleep, and saw visions of a magic continent which went through three periods of breakup, the last some eleven or twelve thousand years ago.

Waking, Cayce didn’t know anything about lost continents and when his first mention of Atlantis was called to his attention, he rubbed his eyes and said in that gentle way of his,

“Now I wonder where that came from, and if there’s anything to it?”

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Lemuria

AngelicView: I have always been fascinated with the thought of Lemuria. This article is an excerpt from the book, “Where Were You Before the Tree of Life?” In it, it says that Lemuria existed way back when Earth was a 4th Dimensional (Density) world.

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The Branch of Lemuria


Although life as we know it began on the planet as much as ten and a half million years ago, it is, as Kryon says, only worth looking back at the information that is no older than 100,000 years. Before that time, one is looking at humans who were not in fact like us, and not really part of our direct lineage.


One must also remember that prior to the Great Flood of 9,000 BC, the planet was still fourth dimensional. Keeping this in mind, there are many who will speak of MU and Lemuria as being two separate cultures though in truth they were just on a different vibrational level. One aspect of the population in the early history of Mu was that they had the ability to come and go at will from their bodies, much like experienced astral travelers do—for the astral is the plane of the fourth dimension itself.


Mu, at that time, was a state of consciousness on this planet. It could exist in the West today and the South tomorrow and in the East the next day. It was a state of conscious existence. It could rise like a landmass out of the sea and it could disappear just as easily. That is not something that’s easily understand now because people are in a heavier vibration where things are much more fixed and move at a much slower pace.


There was a marked difference at that time also in the DNA structure, the crucial records of our genetic history stored within each and every cell.


Edgar Cayce mentions these early times and hints at the higher dimensional nature of the Lemurians in a few of his readings, but they are kind of nebulous, and lacking in very much detail:

“In the land known as Utah or Nevada, when the first peoples were separated into groups as families. . . The entity [entity, sometimes called soul entity, refers to the soul or spirit, that part of an individual which Cayce said survives death] developed much and gave much to the people who were to succeed in that land, and in the ruins as are found in the mounds and caves in the northwestern portion of New Mexico may be seen some of the drawings the entity made. Some ten million years ago.

(no. 2665-2, July 17, 1925)


“. . The number of human souls then in the earth plane being 133,000,000 . . . the period in the world’s existence from the present time being 10,500,000 years ago. When man came in the earth plane as lord of that in that sphere, man appeared in five places then at once—the five senses, the five reasons, the five spheres, the five developments, the five nations.”

(no. 5748-2, May 28, 1925)

Very few of Cayce’s life readings refer specifically to incarnations in this ancient period.

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New York Times (1910): Illiterate Man Becomes A Doctor When Hypnotized

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AngelicView: I came across this picture (above) and was so interested to see what they were saying about Edgar Cayce at the time when he was living and at his prime. Squinting and struggling to read the words, I thought to search for the article online and found it at Cayce.com and have reprinted that article below for you to read if you are interested. Edgar Cayce has blown my mind so many times, I’ve lost count! It is particularly amazing to me to see the (honest) reporting that was done back then on one of my favorite people of all time. Too perfect for my 700th post!

Now, Edgar Cayce wasn’t “illiterate” in the same terms that we think of an illiterate person today. When I think of someone who is “illiterate”, I think of one who cannot read or write. Mr. Cayce did complete his 8th year at (public) school and was in his 9th year when the family no longer had the funds necessary to keep sending him to school. It was said that he read the Bible once a year, every year. So he could read and write a little bit. However, he was certainly not educated in the types of things he would give readings on. 

After the article I’ll post a link to the page on Cayce.com where you can go and see what Edgar Cayce recommended for people with certain common illnesses. Just keep in mind that they were recommendations that were hand-picked for that individual and you may not necessarily see the same results (although you might) if you were to try the same things.

At the time of this article in 1910, Cayce had done about 1,000 readings. By his death, he had done well over 14,000 readings that are on the books. Unfortunately, he didn’t have a stenographer to capture the readings until 1923.

(Pictures added by AngelicView)

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Edgar Cayce: “Rivers of Light”

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AngelicView: There is a set of DVD’s from McMillin Media which have been put out on You Tube (published on You Tube by McMillin Media) for free – all on the readings of Edgar Cayce. The “Rivers of Light” portion of these sets of DVD’s focuses on Edgar Cayce’s visions regarding what was talked about in The Book of Revelations in the Bible. The playlist consists of 18 videos. The good news (since I know a lot of people would rather read than watch videos) is that below each video is a written account that is almost word-for-word of what’s in the video. And since posting multiple videos is a bit time-consuming, posting the words would also be quicker and easier for me, too.

If you would rather watch the playlist of videos instead of reading about it, then click the link below. It will take you to the first video in the playlist. After each video ends, you do not need to do anything as it will automatically go on to the next video in the playlist.

To View the Playlist of Videos Click Here

Otherwise, just keep reading.

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What did Edgar Cayce say about Jesus?

AngelicView: Well, Edgar Cayce actually said a lot of things about Jesus. He did because when people came to him for a “reading”, they would often ask about Jesus. And did you know that Edgar Cayce did about 14,000 recorded readings? That’s a lot! Thanks to Near-Death.com for putting together this article.

Introduction to Cayce’s Revelations of the Christ

The system of metaphysical thought which emerges from the Cayce material can be described as a “Christianized” version of the mystery religions of ancient Egypt, Chaldea, Persia, India, and Greece. It fits Christ into the mystical tradition of one God for all people, and places Christ in his proper place, at the apex of the philosophical structure – the capstone of the pyramid.

Cayce was a fundamentalist Christian who was raised in strict nineteenth century Bible tradition. When he discovered that his subconscious information declared the ancient mystic religions to be true and acclaimed Jesus as their crowning glory, he suffered the greatest mental and emotional shock of his life. Cayce had only a seventh grade education and consciously knew nothing of what he said while in a deep trance-like state. He was only versed in the Bible and had no high school or college background of any kind. Up until his revelations, Cayce had never heard of the mystery religions. Yet the Cayce material agrees with everything about them that is known to be authentic. He spoke at length on Christian Gnosticism well before the Gnostic writings were discovered after his death. Cayce affirmed that Christian Gnosticism is the type of Christianity that was taught by Jesus. Much of the information from Cayce has solved some of the greatest mysteries of humanity, some of which were later validated after the discoveries of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the early Christian writings discovered in Egypt.

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Edgar Cayce on The Lost Hall of Records

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AngelicView: Three short videos way down there ↓

By John VanAuken, A.R.E. (Association for Research and Enlightenment)

The Lost Hall of Records

One of the most interesting pieces of information to come through Edgar Cayce’s visions is the existence of an ancient Hall of Records. In this Hall are stored the records of a prehistoric descent into matter of the souls who inhabit the Earth today. The records record millions of years of activity in the mythological lands of Mu, Lemuria, Atlantis, Og, Oz, Zu, and others. Actually, Cayce says there are three Halls. One is under the waters near the Bahamian island of Bimini, another is underground near the Sphinx in Giza, Egypt, and the one we are most interested in is beneath a temple in the Mayan lands. The records in this temple are “overshadowed” by another temple that “overhangs” or is built over it. But Cayce says that the Record Hall will “rise again.” He says the records are in the remains of “the temple by Iltar.” Iltar, according to Cayce, was a high priest migrating with his people from the legendary lands of Atlantis to the new “Aryan or Yucatan land” and there built this temple of records.

Records in the waters off Bimini Island in the Bahamas are in a submerged temple, but Cayce says this temple also “will rise and is rising again.” These records are in the temple of “Atlan.” Like Iltar, Atlan was a high priest who attempted to preserve the records of Atlantis, but his temple sunk during a series of earthquakes that destroyed Atlantis.

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