Edgar Cayce Predictions
Edgar Cayce was born near Hopkinsville, Kentucky on March 18, 1877 and had a normal childhood in most respects,
one rich with the heritage of nineteenth-century farm life.
Almost every day, several times a day, for more than forty years,
Cayce would induce himself into an altered out-of-body state of consciousness and reveal profound information
on various subjects such as health, dreams, meditation,religions, and reincarnation, to name a few. But it was
the information that Cayce revealed about the future which he is probably most known for. He provided
information about the history of humanity from the very beginning to a time in the future when humans will
evolve into beings with supernatural powers. He described a new era of enlightenment and peace when divinity
within humans would be manifested on the earth. But before this "kingdom of God" could rule the world, Edgar
Cayce predictions foresaw world events that can only be described as apocalyptic, a period of purification involving natural disasters that will
dramatically alter the surface of the earth, wars, economic collapse, and socio-political unrest.
Mr. Edgar Cayce 2012 theories on the end times of this planet are very
enlightening and show a global major change in 1998. He prophesied the Sphinx had been built in 10,500 BC and that
survivors of Atlantis had concealed beneath it a "Hall of Records" containing all the wisdom of their lost
civilization and the true history of the human race. Cayce prophesied that this Hall of Records would be
rediscovered and opened between 1996 and 1998. He connected the opening to the second coming of Christ.
Edgar Cayce was a firm believer in reincarnation and in a unified field of energy that would someday shift the
conscience field of humanity. This seems to fit into the idea of force fields changing rapidly on earth and moving
the dimensional path by which information is perceived.
He predicted the First and Second World War, the independence of India and the 1929 stock market crash. He also predicted, fifteen years
before the event, the creation of the State of Israel. His most disturbing predictions, however, concern vast
geographical upheavals which by the year 1998 will result in the destruction of New York, the disappearance of most
of Japan, and a cataclysmic change in Northern Europe.
Most of his prophetic reading can be categorized in four distinct areas: Business, Life, Health, and Dream
Interpretation. He gave more than 14 thousand of these readings in his lifetime. Outside of the Big Four categories
which Edgar Cayce's predictions were most of his psychic energy
that is the "Other Category". Here Cayce moves away from Business, Life, Health, and Dream Interpretation towards a
vision of future events or prophetic visions. His most calamitous was:
"Watch New York, Connecticut and the like. Many portions of the east coast will be disturbed, as well as many
portions of the west coast, as well as the central portion of the United States. Los Angeles, San Francisco, most
of all these will be among those that will be destroyed before New York, or New York City itself, will in the main
disappear. This will be another generation though, here; while the southern portions of Carolina, Georgia, these
will disappear. This will be much sooner. The waters of the Great Lakes will empty into the Gulf of Mexico."
Cayce Edgar predictions never pinpointed the event directly to December 2012.
In the spring of 1944, he began to grow weak. His own readings advised him to rest, but he felt a tremendous
obligation to those who were asking for his help. Finally, he collapsed from sheer exhaustion; he gave his last
reading for himself in September of 1944. The reading told him he had to rest. When his wife asked "How long?" the
response was "until he is well or dead." Shortly afterwards, he had a stroke and became partially paralyzed.
Although Edgar told them he would be healed after the first of the year, they understood what he meant and he died
on January 3, 1945. He predicted the date of his burial, January 5, 1945 and was correct.