Edgar Cayce’s Story of the “Temple of Sacrifice” and the “Temple Beautiful”

Egypt: Next to biblical times, the most significant era for the “life readings” was a pre-dynastic Egyptian civilization consisting of Atlantean refugees.

Cayce purported to have been an Egyptian priest named “Ra Ta” who built a spiritually based healing center (the “Temple of Sacrifice”) and educational institution (the “Temple Beautiful”).

His diagnostic readings and narratives about the past and future were supposed to be a continuation of his ancient work.

This civilization also built monuments on the Giza plateau, including the Great Pyramid, and left records of Atlantis in a “hall of records” located somewhere beneath the Great Sphinx of Giza.

Locations Of The Records Of The Atlantean Civilization And Its Firestone


Hall of Records in Egypt

We turn now to the deeply interesting reading for a man who in an Egyptian incarnation was Hept-supht, the sealer of the Great Pyramid. Not only does this reading explain what the records of Atlantis contain, it covers where the records lie, and who might appear to help find them.

Edgar Cayce:

Yes, we have those experiences of the soul-entity, the activities in the material, [378] – Hept-supht, in Egypt.

Much might be given respecting the activities of the entity who sealed with the seal of the Alta and Atlanteans, and the aid given in the completion of the pyramid of initiation as well as in the records that are to be uncovered.

At the completion of that called Gizeh, there was the mounting of that which completed the top, composed of a combination or fluxes of brass, copper, gold, that was to be sounded when all the initiates were gathered about the altar or the pyramid.

And the sounding of same has become, as given, the call – in the varied lands – to prayer, or to arms, or to battle, or to service in any of the activities that became the guiding of influencing the masses in activity.

In describing, then, the ceremonies of dedication or of the activities that began with the keeping of the lines of the priests and the initiates in the order according to their adherence to the law of one that was initiated in the activities of Hept-supht in this period, the sounding of the head or the top was given to one that acted in the capacity of the headsman – as would be termed in some of those activities of such nature in other portions of the country, or as nations rose in their service of such natures.

And the Priest, with those gathered in and about the passage that led from the varied ascents through the pyramid, then offered there incense to the gods that dwelt among those in their activities in the period of developments of the peoples.

In the record chambers there were more ceremonies than in calling the peoples at the finishing of that called the pyramid.

For, here those that were trained in the Temple of Sacrifice as well as in the Temple Beautiful were about the sealing of the record chambers.

For, these were to be kept as had been given by the priests in Atlantis or Poseidia (Temple), when these records of the race, of the developments, of the laws pertaining to One were put in their chambers and to be opened only when there was the returning of those into materiality, or to earth’s experience, when the change was imminent in the earth; which change, we see, begins in ’58 and ends with the changes wrought in the upheavals and the shifting of the poles, as begins then the reign in ’98 (as time is counted in the present) of those influences that have been given by many in the records that have been kept by those sojourners in this land of the Semitic peoples.

Then, the SEALINGS were the activities of Hept-supht with Ra-Ta and Isi-so [Isis and Iso. See 294-152, Par. 3] and the king Araaraart, when there were the gatherings of all the peoples for this record sealing; with incense from the altars of the Temple and altars of the cleansings that were opened for their activities in the grounds about this tomb or temple of records; and many were the cleansings of the peoples from those things or conditions that separated them from the associations of the lower kingdoms that had brought those activities in all lands of the worship of Baalilal [?] [Belial?] [Deut. 13:13] and of the desires as from carnal associations and influences.

The entity Hept-supht LED in the keeping of the records and the buildings that were put in their respective actions or places of activity at this time.

This was in the period, as given, of 10,500 years before the entering of the Prince of Peace in the land to study to become an initiate in or through those same activities that were set by Hept-supht in this dedicating ceremony.


Edgar Cayce on Atlantis


The Great Crystal, Or “Firestone


3. (Q) Give an account of the electrical and mechanical knowledge of the entity as Asal-Sine in Atlantis.

(A) Yes, we have the entity’s activities during that experience. As indicated, the entity was associated with those that dealt with the mechanical appliances and their application during the experience. And, as we find, it was a period when there was much that has not even been thought of as yet in the present experiences.

About the firestone that was in the experience did the activities of the entity then make those applications that dealt with both the constructive and destructive forces in the period.

It would be well that there be given something of a description of this, that it may be better understood by the entity in the present, as to how both constructive and destructive forces were generated by the activity of this stone.

In the center of a building, that today would be said to have been lined with non-conductive metals, or non-conductive stone – something akin to asbestos, with the combined forces of bakerite [bakelite?] or other non-conductors that are now being manufactured in England under a name that is known well to many of those that deal in such things.

The building above the stone was oval, or a dome wherein there could be or was the rolling back, so that the activity of the stone was received from the sun’s rays, or from the stars; the concentrating of the energies that emanate from bodies that are on fire themselves – with the elements that are found and that are not found in the earth’s atmosphere.

The concentration through the prisms or glass, as would be called in the present, was in such a manner that it acted upon the instruments that were connected with the various modes of travel, through induction methods – that made much the character of control as the remote control through radio vibrations or directions would be in the present day; though the manner of the force that was impelled from the stone acted upon the motivating forces in the crafts themselves.

There was the preparation so that when the dome was rolled back there might be little or no hindrance in the application direct to the various crafts that were to be impelled through space, whether in the radius of the visioning of the one eye, as it might be called, or whether directed under water or under other elements or through other elements.

The preparation of this stone was in the hands only of the initiates at the time, and the entity was among those that directed the influences of the radiation that arose in the form of the rays that were invisible to the eye but that acted upon the stones themselves as set in the motivating forces – whether the aircraft that were lifted by the gases in the period or whether guiding the more pleasure vehicles that might pass along close to the earth, or what would be termed the crafts on the water or under the water.

These, then, were impelled by the concentrating of the rays from the stone that was centered in the middle of the power station, or power house (that would be termed in the present).

In the active forces of these the entity brought destructive forces, by the setting up – in various portions of the land – the character that was to act as producing the powers in the various forms of the people’s activities in the cities, the towns, the countries surrounding same.

These, not intentionally, were TUNED too high – and brought the second period of destructive forces to the peoples in the land, and broke up the land into the isles that later became the periods when the further destructive forces were brought in the land.

Through the same form of fire the bodies of individuals were regenerated, by the burning – through the application of the rays from the stone, the influences that brought destructive forces to an animal organism.

Hence the body rejuvenated itself often, and remained in that land until the eventual destruction, joining with the peoples that made for the breaking up of the land – or joining with Baalilal [Baal? Belial?] at the final destruction of the land.

In this the entity lost. At first, it was not the intention nor desire for destructive forces. Later it was for the ascension of power itself.

As to describing the manner of construction of the stone, we find it was a large cylindrical glass (as would be termed today), cut with facets in such a manner that the capstone on top of same made for the centralizing of the power or force that concentrated between the end of the cylinder and the capstone itself.

As indicated, [See 996-12] the records of the manners of construction of same are in three places in the earth, as it stands today: In the sunken portions of Atlantis, or Poseidia, where a portion of the temples may yet be discovered, under the slime of ages of sea water – near what is known as Bimini, off the coast of Florida.

And in the temple records that were in Egypt, where the entity later acted in cooperation with others in preserving the records that came from the land where these had been kept.

Also the records that were carried to what is now Yucatan in America, where these stones (that they know so little about) are now – during the last few months – BEING uncovered.

Plato & Cayce

Cayce’s story actually extends the Plato account relating details from individual’s lives as well as giving an overview of the entire history of Atlantis. Both Plato and Cayce tell of an advanced civilization existing in ancient Atlantis, but Cayce’s description of the civilization is far more technologically advanced.

Between the timeframe of 50,000 B.C. to 28,000 B.C., Cayce describes a civilization that had developed power sources, hot-air balloons (made from skins), flying “ships,” advanced forms of communication and electronic transmission, and a mysterious laser-like “firestone” that could be tuned to various levels to produce power.

After the 28,000 B.C. destruction of Atlantis, Cayce’s descriptions of Atlantis are far less technological and in line with the descriptions Plato gave about the civilization in 9,600 B.C.: spears, bows and arrows, gardens, and sailing ships.

ISTVAN FAZEKAS has studied with yogis and Buddhist teachers for over sixteen years, melding Christian mysticism with Eastern traditions, somatic sciences, and energetic principles.

This video is an excerpt from his presentation The Three Pillars of Enlightened Consciousness: Ancient Wisdom & the Body Temple recorded at the 2009 Ancient Mysteries Conference at Edgar Cayces A.R.E. in Virginia Beach.

He is the author of Edgar Cayce and the Yoga Sutra which brings classical ancient Eastern teachings together with modern metaphysical Western tradition and includes the wisdom from the Edgar Cayce readings, and The Alkalizing Diet on achieving the acid/alkaline balance that is ideal for keeping the body more energetic and much more resistant to viruses.


Rasa — Saffron Blue

Saffron Blue evokes a sense of passion, with stunning performances by four guest vocalists that perfectly juxtapose Kim Water’s exquisite voice and Hans Christian’s virtuosic arrangements.



74 Responses to “Edgar Cayce’s Story of the “Temple of Sacrifice” and the “Temple Beautiful””

  1. blessedistruth Says:

    August 15, 2010

    Ancient tools intrigue author


    For the Commercial-News



    The ancient Egyptian toolboxes didn’t have precise, sophisticated measuring instruments like we have today … or did they?

    Christopher Dunn examines that question in his new book, “Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt: Advanced Engineering in the Temples of the Pharaohs.”

    Dunn has made nine trips to Egypt since 1986, and each time he’s amazed at the precision of the columns, tunnels and statues. He brushes aside conventional thinking, and suggests the ancient Egyptians used highly refined tools and mega-machines.

    “There’s more going on here than meets the eye,” he said.

    A manufacturing engineer by trade, Dunn works as human resources director at Danville Metal Stamping.

    His second book, a 400-page paperback, came out in June, but it’s already getting five-star reviews on http://www.amazon.com

    And, despite its intimidating title, Dunn said it’s not an engineering textbook. The average reader would be able to follow it.

    Judd Peck, president of Danville Metal Stamping, has accompanied Dunn to Egypt three times, and wrote one of the forewords.

    “It’s great,” he said of the book.

    The traditional explanation of how the pyramids were built, for example — by men rolling 60-ton granite on logs — doesn’t fit the evidence.

    “There are huge implications that just boggle the mind — what they were able to do and how sophisticated they were,” he said, referring to the ancient Egyptians.

    The idea that the Egyptians had advanced tools disrupts people’s linear view of history, that civilizations get more sophisticated through the years, he said.

  2. blessedistruth Says:

    Bouncing off the Satellites is the fourth studio album by New Wave band The B-52’s, released on September 8, 1986. It was recorded in July 1985 and was produced by Tony Mansfield.

    Side one

    1. “Summer of Love” Kate Pierson, Keith Strickland, Cindy Wilson, Ricky Wilson Pierson, C. Wilson 4:02

    2. “Girl from Ipanema Goes to Greenland” Strickland, C. Wilson, R. Wilson C. Wilson 4:22

    3. “Housework” Pierson, Tim Rollins Pierson 4:04

    4. “Detour Thru Your Mind” Pierson, Schneider 5:06

    5. “Wig” Pierson, Schneider, C. Wilson 4:22

    Side two

    1. “Theme for a Nude Beach” Pierson, Schneider, Strickland, C. Wilson 4:50

    2. “Ain’t It a Shame” Strickland, C. Wilson, R. Wilson C. Wilson 5:30

    3. “Juicy Jungle” Fred Schneider, John Coté Schneider 4:50

    4. “Communicate” Pierson, Schneider, C. Wilson 4:08

    5. “She Brakes for Rainbows” Strickland, C. Wilson C. Wilson 4:41


    BTW play “Housework” when cleaning. It works!

  3. blessedistruth Says:

    This music reminds me of my daughter and the Keys.

    Recently there was a news story about Key West and how the mosquito-born illnesses are so bad that the people are resorting to spraying themselves with OFF before they venture out.

    Which reminded me of 1975. The summer after I graduated from high school I groomed at a thoroughbred training barn in Ocala.

    The chiggers were so bad I had to spray OFF all over AFTER getting out of the shower. Then I’d ride my motorcycle to work.

    If I wasn’t on my motorcycle or in my ’68 Chevy Impala, I was riding my horse or on a pair of water skies.

    I just had to go fast!

    Good thing I met my husband. He saved me.






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  5. blessedistruth Says:

    Made a lot of deletions.

    Don’t know why but 4shared was not allowing me to make deletions but now it is.

    Will be deleting more soon.


  6. blessedistruth Says:

    George Noory interviews Christopher Dunn


  7. blessedistruth Says:

    This was last night, but you can listen at BTR.


    “Atty Apuzzo & CDR Kerchner will be on Dr. Kate’s Revolution Radio Show tonight – Wed, 18 Aug 2010, 9:00 p.m. EST

    Atty Mario Apuzzo and CDR Kerchner will be on the Revolution Radio Show hosted by Dr. Kate to discuss the status of the Kerchner et al vs Obama & Congress et al lawsuit for which a Writ of Certiorari is being prepared for submission to the U.S. Supreme Court.

    Direct link to Dr. Kate’s Revolution Radio show at BlogTalkRadio.com: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/drkate/2010/08/19/revolution-radio-constitutional-crisis

    Dr. Kate’s Blog: http://drkatesview.wordpress.com/

  8. blessedistruth Says:

    How many names does the president have?

    White House passport image raises further questions

    Posted: August 19, 2010

    By Jerome R. Corsi


    Remarkably, nearly two years into his presidency, Obama’s legal name remains a mystery.

    The American public still has no definitive documentation regarding many basic questions about Obama’s past.

    That includes whether or not he was officially adopted by his Indonesian stepfather when he was in Indonesia as a child from 1967 through 1971, or whether he used a U.S. or an Indonesian passport when he traveled to Indonesia and Pakistan in 1981.

    Obama made the trip after completing his second year at Occidental College in California.

    It is still unknown whether he applied for admission or student aid as a foreign student when attending Occidental College, Columbia University and Harvard Law School.


    The Hawaii COLB produced by pro-Obama websites such as DailyKos.com, Politifact.com, FactCheck.com and FightTheSmears.com display his name as “Barack Hussein Obama II,”

    although the presidential passport shown by the White House last Friday lists his name officially only as “Barack Hussein Obama,” without adding the “II.”

    As WND has reported, the Associated Press released Obama’s school registration form from St. Francis Assisi School in Jakarta show him listed officially as Barry Soetoro, an Indonesian citizen.

    WND has also reported that in a passport amendment submitted Aug. 13, 1968, Ann Dunham, Obama’s mother, identified her son with an Indonesian surname, Barack Hussein Obama II Soebarkah.

    She asked the State Department to drop him from her U.S. passport, bolstering evidence Barack Obama Jr. became a citizen of Indonesia when he moved to the Southeast Asian nation with his stepmother and stepfather in the late 1960s.


    Until Dunham’s passport amendment surfaced in State Department documents released July 29, the name “Soebarkah” had never been referenced or documented in any discussion of Obama in the public record.

  9. blessedistruth Says:

    Poll: Many incorrectly call Obama a Muslim

    Analysts attribute misperceptions of president’s religious beliefs to his limited attendance at religious services



    Obama is free to label himself as a Christian.

    But he should own up to his Islamic upbringing during a portion of his childhood.

    Nothing to be ashamed of.

    I heard Glenn Beck say that perhaps it is difficult for some Americans to identify Obama as a Christian because he’s not your typical Christian.

    LOL! You could say the same thing about me!

    But my Creator and my Savior know what is in my heart.

  10. blessedistruth Says:

    Hemenway interviewed?


    Recent update on LTC Terry Lakin.

    Margaret Hemenway

    H/T James

  11. rosettasister Says:

    45% — 54%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    It’s all good!

  12. blessedistruth Says:

    August 19, 2010

    51% Say U.S. Should Help Israel If It Attacks Iran

    Maryland Governor: O’Malley (D) 45%, Ehrlich (R) 44%


    It would be a lot more instructive to poll Israelis.

    I still maintain Netanyahu will NOT strike unless the Israeli people are with him.

    And I don’t believe they are.

  13. blessedistruth Says:

    44% Say Teachers Should Not Be Paid For Summer Vacation

    Now, that is the dumbest statistic I’ve ever seen!

    It’s an annual salary, people!

    Teachers choose whether they want to get paid in ten installments or twelve.

  14. blessedistruth Says:

    Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Meek vs. Crist Quinnipiac Crist 39, Rubio 32, Meek 16 Crist +7

    Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Greene vs. Crist Quinnipiac Crist 40, Rubio 32, Greene 15 Crist +8

    (Don’t believe this for one second! Wait for next Rasmussen.)

    Florida Governor – McCollum vs. Sink vs. Chiles Quinnipiac Sink 31, McCollum 29, Chiles 12 Sink +2

    Florida Governor – Scott vs. Sink vs. Chiles Quinnipiac Sink 33, Scott 29, Chiles 12 Sink +4

    (Chiles should get out of race.)

    Direction of Country Rasmussen Reports Right Direction 28, Wrong Track 67 Wrong Track +39

    Maryland Governor – Ehrlich vs. O’Malley Rasmussen Reports O’Malley 47, Ehrlich 47 Tie

    Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid Rasmussen Reports Reid 48, Angle 50 Angle +2


  15. blessedistruth Says:

    Democrats 48

    Toss Ups 8

    Republicans 44

    Real Clear Politics

    A Toss Up Changed to Leans GOP

  16. blessedistruth Says:

    Democrats 202

    Toss Ups 31

    Republicans 202

    GOP needs to win 16 of 31 Toss Ups to reach magic number of 218

  17. blessedistruth Says:

    Kenya’s Catholics want continued civic education


    The Catholic Church had campaigned against the ratification of the Constitution in the just concluded referendum.

    The church argued that a clause on the right to life contained loopholes that could allow abortion on demand.

    It was also opposed to the inclusion of the Kadhi Courts in the new Constitution, arguing that it elevated one religion above others and was contrary to the doctrine of separation of powers.

    On Thursday, the Bishops insisted that the government should keep its pre-referendum pledge that amendments to the contentious issues would be made once the new Constitution was in place.

    kadhi courts = sharia courts

    American women really need to push back against Muslims who are not against sharia.

    Swiss women won’t even allow minarets in Switzerland.


  18. blessedistruth Says:

    Arizona Governor Jan Brewer Assesses The Obama Administration’s Performance



    HH: Now Governor Brewer, in terms of the mosque issue, what’s your reaction to the proposal to build a mosque at the Ground Zero area?

    JB: Oh, Hugh, you know, I think that was just simply outrageous.

    I think, you know, it is a sad day when anybody would do something, and attempt to do something like what they’re trying to do there in regards to just pushing this right back in the people’s faces about what took place there.

    They can build that mosque someplace else, you know, out of respect for these people, and particularly those that lost loved ones there.

    And they’re still grieving. America’s still grieving.

    Why would anybody, any group, any person, want to inflict that kind of wound on the citizens of America, particularly those of New York?

    It’s wrong.

    HH: I am quite certain in Arizona you’ve got a very large Muslim community of great Muslim-Americans.

    JB: I do.

    HH: And this has got nothing to do with being bigoted.

    But I just heard it again on CNN less than an hour ago – people who oppose the mosque are hatemongers.

    What do you respond to those people?

    JB: Well, you know, I am sick and tired of those people that keep using those type of words, and that race-baiting, and bigotry.

    You know, we are not. We are not. We are Americans. And we care about people.

    But you know, we respect, or we expect a little respect from the other side also.

    And for people to continually push that out over the airwaves is so horrible, horrible. It’s disrespectful to everybody.

    And you know what? They don’t have good ground to stand on, so they just go back to those little nasty words.

  19. blessedistruth Says:

    Historian Andrew Roberts Assesses The Obama Presidency



    HH: Now it reminds people, the period we’re in now, of the 1978-78 period, and of course,

    Reagan led, with the assistance of Margaret Thatcher, John Paul II, and many other extraordinary people, a remarkable comeback for the West.

    Do you believe that’s possible?

    AR: Well, you’ve got to have the leadership for it. And I’m afraid I don’t see that taking place at the present time in your country.

    HH: Is it ideology or intelligence that blocks Obama from being at least a marginally competent president?

    AR: Ideology, I would have thought. It’s, you know, he’s obviously an intelligent man. You know, he’s not dim.

    But he is blinkered, I think, by a lifetime of political assumptions that as I said right at the beginning, don’t seem to reflect those of the people he leads.

    HH: But there’s also, as I look at the four people you profile in Masters And Commanders, and again, it’s linked at Hughhewitt.com, and we’ve got about a minute,

    Andrew Roberts, they were very experienced executives by the time that war approached them.

    Churchill had been in and out of government, FDR had been the president for so long, Alan Brooke and Marshall had been long time practitioners of leadership.

    President Obama arrived in office, you know, with two years in the United States Senate, and no management experience whatsoever.

    Should we have expected anything different?

    AR: You probably shouldn’t have, but your system by which, in

    during the election process hyperbole takes over from reasoned analysis,

    I’m afraid makes it very likely that this kind of thing will happen again.

    You’re quite right.

    The way in which your experience, obviously, also great experience through the first World War, 25 years before the second, they,

    these men were honed in the struggle, as it were, in a way that President Obama simply hasn’t been.

  20. blessedistruth Says:

    Republicans, PLEASE stop with the “Obama is the worst president ever!”

    You’re turning off the very people whose votes you’ll need come November.

    The middle hated it when Dems said this of Bush and you risk alienating the middle, again.

    It’s not necessary.

  21. blessedistruth Says:

    Why only 41 percent of Americans approve of Obama’s job performance


    Worse yet, the expansion is decelerating.

    After growing by 5.7 percent in the final quarter of 2009 and 3.7 percent in the first quarter of 2010, GDP advanced by just 2.4 percent from April through June, according to the Commerce Department.

    And new data show the final second-quarter number may actually be closer to flat, with growth for the rest of the year just 1 to 2 percent at best.

  22. blessedistruth Says:

    The future of Fannie and Freddie? None


    Of course, politics means Washington won’t completely leave the stage.

    Yet even a middle-course would result in a radically restructured system.

    Here’s what the Obama plan might well look like:

    1) The feds explicitly backstop mortgage-backed securities issued by government-blessed entities who – in exchange – pay Uncle Sam an insurance fee (counted by budget scorekeepers as revenue.)

    2) Fannie and Freddie – whom Rep. Barney Frank says should be “abolished” – are wound down.

    3) Under a “Let a thousand flowers bloom” approach, private companies, nonprofits and even cooperatives get government charters to securitize low-risk mortgages for middle-class homes.

    4) Mildly more racy loans for McMansions are handled by private issuers, but sans government guarantee.

    Any such plan would need GOP support.

  23. blessedistruth Says:


    Economist Robert Brusca: ” The day that optimism died It has a time. It is sort of official: August 19, 2010. ”
    2 minutes ago via TweetDeck .

    @CTIronman Regean was elected to deal with dangerously unstable economy and dangerously unstable USSR. Check and check.
    18 minutes ago via TweetDeck in reply to CTIronman

    @CTIronman the reason Morning in America (Prouder, Stronger, Better) was such a powerful ad was that it resonated with real life experience
    25 minutes ago via TweetDeck in reply to CTIronman

    @chucktodd I know a VERY prominent economist who swears he can statistically prove Clemens’ innocence
    27 minutes ago via TweetDeck in reply to chucktodd

    RT @jimgeraghty: Unemployment was 7.4% on Election Day 1984, but had been falling rapidly. 8.4% = moribund economy
    33 minutes ago via TweetDeck .

    CBO: On Election Day 2012, unemployment will be 8.4 percent and the economy will be growing at less than 3%. Good enough for second term?
    43 minutes ago via TweetDeck

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  25. blessedistruth Says:

    ‘Glenn Beck’: Manifest Destiny, Nancy Pelosi and the Ground Zero Mosque


    I have been looking for the last — I don’t know — few years for patterns in history.

    Show me the patterns because they always repeat themselves. History repeats itself. So, what are the patterns?

    Well, here’s the recipe for transformation and this is either a good thing.

    This half is bad. This can be a really good thing.

    When a — when a country has science, for instance, Ben Franklin, huge into science. He was the leading scientist in the world in his day.

    Government, this is Thomas Jefferson. Commerce, Alexander Hamilton.

    Religion was Sam Adams.

    When you combine these things and their checks on each other, you’re OK.

    But once these things start to collude for power, that’s manifest destiny and it is evil.

    When you have, for instance, the government wanting to expand, commerce saying, well, we’re going to expand, too, because we need to make more money, we need more land.

    And you get the scientists to confirm that Native Americans are just savages, and religion — religion playing their role, saying, “Yes, the sons of Noah, some people aren’t quite human.”

    When you have this colluding for power, you’re in trouble.

    My thesis is — you want to know how this happened?

    This country went wrong, I think, at the death of our Founders.

    Now, we have to have periods of brilliance, periods of awakening and enlightenment.

    Abraham Lincoln is one of them.

    Awakening and enlightenment — that is our goal.

    What sets off that period of awakening and enlightenment? What happened?

    What happened to the Indians? What happened to the Chinese? What happened to the African-Americans?

    How did all of this happen? Is our country — are we just a bunch of racists? Is that all we are?

    No, it’s much different than that.

  26. blessedistruth Says:

    Beck talking about Ancient Egypt, I think.

  27. blessedistruth Says:

    George Washington’s Sacred Fire

    Peter A. Lillback


  28. blessedistruth Says:

    Very interesting!

    Beck wants to know more about the White men from the Old World meeting the Red men in the New World for the first time.

    According to Cayce, the “New” World was anything but and these two peoples had met before.

    I’ll have to put up a post on that.

  29. blessedistruth Says:

    Define Napolitano.

    A political hack is a negative term ascribed to a person who is part of the political party apparatus, but whose intentions are more aligned with victory than personal conviction.


    Sheriff Joe vs. General Holder


    The investigations reflect the tangled politics surrounding the immigration debate.

    The criminal probe is led by Dennis K. Burke, the U.S. attorney in Phoenix who was a top aide to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

    Two of Arpaio’s attorneys, Robert N. Driscoll and Asheesh Agarwal, were officials in the Justice Department’s civil rights division in the George W. Bush administration.

    They denied that the sheriff, a Republican who has been reelected four times since 1992, has been uncooperative or has engaged in racial profiling, misusing money or targeting political enemies.

    “The sheriff’s office is cooperating fully with the grand jury investigation and has complete confidence that the inquiry will clear it of any wrongdoing,” Agarwal said.

    “The office has always fulfilled its responsibilities truthfully, honorably, and in full compliance with state and federal law.”

    Arpaio’s attorneys contend that the investigations are politically motivated, citing a news conference in March at which Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. was quoted as saying he expects the inquiries to “produce results.”

    “While we have no quarrel with the assistant U.S. attorneys handling the investigation, the attorney general’s comments appear to violate federal regulations, departmental policy and state ethical rules designed to ensure the fairness of criminal investigations,” Agarwal said.

    Brewer and her supporters have also asserted that the Justice Department was politically motivated in its lawsuit over the state law, which authorizes, among other things, police officers to ask about the status of people suspected of being in the country illegally.

    A federal judge last month stopped the most controversial sections of the legislation from taking effect.

  30. blessedistruth Says:

    As if we already didn’t have enough reasons to oppose Obama.

    The tactics Obama Napolitano Holder are using against AZ and Arpaio are (fascist?)

    I need a better word here.




    lacking conviction?


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    Made a lot of deletions.

    Don’t know why but 4shared was not allowing me to make deletions but now it is.

    Will be deleting more soon.


  32. blessedistruth Says:

    Is That You Mo-Dean?
    The B-52’s

    Waitin’ for bus number 99
    goin’ to the store for hot dogs and wine!
    When all of a sudden, I felt real cold
    And wound up in the belly of a big ol’ UFO
    On the bus, to the plane
    To the UFO and to outer space baby
    On the bus, to the plane, baby yeah
    Take me away

    Is that you Mo-Dean?
    It’s me Mo-Dean
    Is that you Mo-Dean?
    On a UFO
    Is that you Mo-Dean?
    It’s me Mo-Dean
    The interdimensional outer space being

    Movin’ through the spheres, faster than light
    On our way to some planets that were outta sight
    We said space driver, give it a spin
    And take us to some places we ain’t never been

    On the bus, to another plane
    To the UFO and to outer space baby
    On the bus, to the plane, baby yeah!
    Take me away


    Is that you Mo-Dean?
    It’s me Mo-Dean!

    I say at which depot do we depart from this UFO?
    Well it had been 987 years in outer space time when I got back
    Couldn’t seem to find any of my friends to tell my interesting stories to
    (That’s life)

    On the bus, to the plane
    To the UFO and to outer space baby
    On the bus, to the plane
    Baby yeah!
    Take me away

    Is that you Mo-Dean?
    It’s me Mo-Dean
    Is that you Mo-Dean?
    On a UFO
    Is that you Mo-Dean?
    It is I, Mo-Dean
    The interdimensional outer space being

    Is that you Mo-Dean?
    It’s me Mo-Dean

    Astro projector for the outer outer outer outer outer space scene
    Astro projector


  33. blessedistruth Says:

    astral projection

    Other abilities that have been attributed to Cayce include astral projection, prophesying, mediumship, viewing the Akashic Records or “Book of Life”, and seeing auras.

    Cayce said he became interested in learning more about these subjects after he was informed about the content of his readings, which he reported that he never actually heard himself.

  34. blessedistruth Says:





  35. blessedistruth Says:

    blessedistruth playlists (sorry unorganized)


  36. blessedistruth Says:

    Seals & Crofts Summer Breeze


  37. blessedistruth Says:





  38. blessedistruth Says:

  39. blessedistruth Says:

    Nuclear Umbrella

    Washington’s insistence on maintaining a “nuclear umbrella” in the region

    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said this week a nuclear Iran could be contained by a U.S. “defense umbrella.”


    This seems to be Obama’s policy.

    If Iran strikes Israel, we strike Iran.

    But if Israel attacked by terrorists, how do we prove Iran provided terrorists with weapon?

  40. blessedistruth Says:

    Orly Taitz’s Motion To Reconsider


  41. blessedistruth Says:

    Who knows?!

    What is on the photo page ( with all his personal information ) that he doesn’t want revealed to the public?


    To: SvenMagnussen

    The White House issued a video showing the Presidents passport in response to a question . It can be seen here ( starts about 1:20 in ).

    Watch the video then read my analysis. Video They pulled a little bait and switch with the passport. I have provided screenshots of the video.

    The first view of the passport is of a closeup of the passport page with his picture on it.

    They then cut to a different shot of them opening a passport to show the stamps on it.

    They never showed the cover of the passport that they showed his picture from ( which is significant since it would show if it was a diplomatic one or not ).

    Now about the screenshots. Motion for Reconsideration 9 Shot 1 – is the page with his picture.

    They blur out the date of issue and the date of expiration. Why do that ?

    It is obvious his presidential passport was issued shortly after his taking office. There is no need to redact that info.

    Shot 2. You will notice a few differences between this and shot 1.

    1), Look at the photo. The top of his head is cut off.

    They may try to explain that away with light bouncing off the hologram.

    However, it would not make a clean line and mine has the same Motion for Reconsideration 10 hologram overlapping my head.

    No matter what angle of light I use, you can still see the top of my head though the hologram.

    Plus you see them bending the passport at various angles and the hairline remains the same.

    Not to mention, they do not look like the same photos.

    2) Right at the top where it says United States of America in green, if you look right below it, you will see the word STATE.

    That is not on the Shot 1 photo. What is in that position is ( what is on mine also ) Type, Code, and Passport number

    These are clearly two different passports that they are showing.

    On closer examination of Shot2, it looks like that is a piece of paper attached by some tape ( the green rectangle at the top – typical office tape used on file folders ).

    They are covering up the name and info section on this persons passport.

    Why do that when you supposedly just showed that info a few seconds before.

    Plus from the video, they imply that he opens the passport to show the front page, then flips through it to the stamp page ( which there was no need to since it is right next to the photo page when he shows it ).

    When did he have time to put the taped page on ?

    One other thing doesn’t ring true about the second passport photo. The page they are showing above his photo has entry stamps on it.

    The page above the photo is the page where the holder of the passport signs his name ( see new issue below ).Where did that page go ?

    ( He even mentions in the video when showing the closeup of the photo page that he sees the signature )

    You can also see it is labeled page 7. What happened to pages 3 through 6 ?

    You can’t just remove them ( the passport is invalid without a signature page ) .

    Also you can’t fold them under the other pages without folding the photo page as well. A passport is a bound book.

    In order to advance to page 7, you have to cover the photo page with pages 3,4,5,6.

    There is O WAY you can show a stamp page next to the photo page.

    The only way to do that is to hold the stamp page of one passport in front of the signature page of another passport ( which can be seen by the movement of that page relative to the photo page )

    If you look closely at the video ( at 1:50 ) you can see the stamp page move. It is not attached to the passport.


    If you have access to a viewer where you can slow the speed down, it is very obvious

    Motion for Reconsideration 11

    Also, a normal person showing the passport would take one continuous video. Here they have three separate ones.

    One for the closeup of the photo page, one showing the stamp page, and one showing the last page..

    In a normal continuous video, you would just flip through the passport to the section you want.

    However, if they are using two different passports, they can’t do that.

    Thus the need for 3 separate videos cut to the section that they want to show.

    The stamp page is either from his current passport or a member of the staff. It shows the correct stamps for when he was in those countries.

    The passport that it is held against remains a mystery . You never see the full face nor do you see the personal info.

    Why go to all this subterfuge in showing his passport ?

    What is on the photo page ( with all his personal information ) that he doesn’t want revealed to the public?

    (click link for images)

    4 posted on Thursday, August 19, 2010 1:51:54 PM by SvenMagnussen (Almost Famous!)

  42. blessedistruth Says:

    I haven’t the faintest idea!

    To: SvenMagnussen


    Orly points out they are using a stamp page from one passport on top of another passport.

    Why show two passports and discuss it as one?

    6 posted on Thursday, August 19, 2010 2:00:59 PM by SvenMagnussen (Almost Famous!)

  43. blessedistruth Says:

    One more.


    To: dmzTahoe
    I don’t know, but I looked up one of the dates to see where Obama was on that day … March 04, 2009.

    March 04, 2009 Obama was giving a speech at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C.


    9 posted on 08/19/2010 2:22:39 PM PDT by SvenMagnussen (Almost Famous!)


    And the debate continues!

  44. blessedistruth Says:


    To: butterdezillion

    Sorry you had a rough day. FR-wise, home-wise, or dealing with lawless beaurocrat wise!

    Take a break maybe. Do fun things you like to do.

    40 posted on 08/19/2010 7:34:05 PM PDT by little jeremiah

    [ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 39 | View Replies | Report Abuse ]


    To: little jeremiah

    Delay-wise. Friendly fire-wise.

    Sometimes I just feel like giving up. I started the week with so much urgency and so much hope. And it’s been one delay after another and I’m afraid very important opportunities are being lost because of the delays.

    Maybe I do just need to get away from this for a while.

    41 posted on 08/19/2010 7:38:56 PM PDT by butterdezillion (.)

    [ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 40 | View Replies | Report Abuse ]


    Probably so. Still I wonder what butterdezillion is referring to.

  45. blessedistruth Says:

    U.S. Supreme Court Clerk: Letters to Justices have been “thrown away”


    August 19, 2010


  46. blessedistruth Says:


  47. blessedistruth Says:


  48. blessedistruth Says:

    45% — 54%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

  49. blessedistruth Says:

    August 20, 2010

    52% Believe Americans are Basically Honest

    Maryland Senate: Mikulski (D) 55%, Wargotz (R) 39%

    52% Concerned About Safety of Vaccines

    Alabama Governor: Bentley (R) 58%, Sparks (D) 34%

    Reid Now Nearly Tied With Pelosi In Terms of Unfavorability

    Wyoming Governor: Mead (R) 58%, Petersen (D) 24%

    Arkansas Senate: Boozman (R) 65%, Lincoln (D) 27%

  50. blessedistruth Says:

    Arkansas Senate: Boozman (R) 65%, Lincoln (D) 27%

    There’s just no getting past Lincoln being the 60th vote for ObamaCare.

    And the same could be said for all 60 Dem senators.

  51. blessedistruth Says:

    Georgia Governor – Deal vs. Barnes Insider Advantage Deal 45, Barnes 41 Deal +4

    Georgia Senate – Isakson vs. Thurmond Insider Advantage Isakson 47, Thurmond 35 Isakson +12

    Obama and Democrats’ Health Care Plan CNN/Opinion Research For/Favor 40, Against/Oppose 56 Against/Oppose +16

    Arkansas Senate – Boozman vs. Lincoln Rasmussen Reports Boozman 65, Lincoln 27 Boozman +38

    Louisiana Senate – Vitter vs. Melancon WWL-TV/Clarus Research Vitter 48, Melancon 36 Vitter +12

    Kentucky Senate – Paul vs. Conway CN|2/Braun Research Paul 41, Conway 42 Conway +1

    Wyoming Governor – Mead vs. Peterson Rasmussen Reports Mead 58, Peterson 24 Mead +34

    Washington Senate – Rossi vs. Murray Rasmussen Reports Murray 50, Rossi 46 Murray +4

    Real Clear Politics

  52. blessedistruth Says:

    Battle for the Senate

    Democrats 48

    Toss Ups 8

    Republicans 44

    Real Clear Politics

  53. blessedistruth Says:

    Advantage Republicans

    Battle for the House

    Democrats 199

    Toss Ups 33

    Republicans 203

    If these assumptions are correct, GOP would have to win 15 of 33 toss ups.

  54. blessedistruth Says:

    Toss Up (33)

    AL2: Bright (D)

    AR1: Open (D)

    AZ5: Mitchell (D)
    AZ8: Giffords (D)

    CA11: McNerney (D)

    FL2: Boyd (D)
    FL22: Klein (D)
    FL24: Kosmas (D)
    FL8: Grayson (D)

    IL10: Open (R)
    IL14: Foster (D)

    IN9: Hill (D)

    MA10: Delahunt (D)

    MI1: Open (D)

    MO4: Skelton (D)

    NM1: Heinrich (D)

    NY1: Bishop (D)
    NY13: McMahon (D)
    NY19: Hall (D)
    NY20: Murphy (D)
    NY23: Owens (D)
    NY24: Arcuri (D)

    OH13: Sutton (D)
    OH18: Space (D)

    PA10: Carney (D)
    PA12: Critz (D)
    PA3: Dahlkemper (D)
    PA8: Murphy (D)

    SC5: Spratt (D)

    VA11: Connolly (D)
    VA2: Nye (D)
    VA9: Boucher (D)

    WV1: Open (D)

  55. blessedistruth Says:

    Holy Cow! Six toss ups in NY State!

    NY1: Bishop (D)
    NY13: McMahon (D)
    NY19: Hall (D)
    NY20: Murphy (D)
    NY23: Owens (D)
    NY24: Arcuri (D)

  56. blessedistruth Says:

    John Burns Reflects On The Transition In Iraq, and Transition In Great Britain



    HH: Now is American conducting itself, John Burns, in your opinion, in the right way by continuing forward with its drawdown?

    Or ought we to be slowing down in the way that the Iraq political class has slowed down?

    JB: Do you know, I think I’d take my guidance on that from Ryan Crocker, who was the last American ambassador there in my time before I left at the end of 2007, probably the most single experienced American Middle East diplomat of the last thirty years.

    And he said, in the Shadid piece, that he wasn’t losing a lot of sleep over that issue, whether or not the United States should be leaving or not,

    because the fact is, the United States is leaving, that it became in effect inevitable that it would leave.

    Even during the latter year or two of President Bush’s time, a trillion dollars, best part of spent, four and a half thousand American troops’ lives, an issue that became unbearably contentious in American politics.

    This was not something that could go on.

    So they were going to leave, and probably would have had to leave even if John McCain had won the presidency in the fight with President Obama in 2008.

    That’s not to say that it’s ultimately, in the view of history, going to be seen as the right decision.

    It could be that all will be lost, that everything that America attempted to achieve in Iraq will be washed away by violence yet unseen.

    We have to hope that the Iraqi people have learned some kind of lesson from the mayhem and violence of recent years, but it’s a very uncertain thing.

    HH: John Burns, at the beginning of this conversation, you mentioned the spate of recent terrible bombings, sixty dead here, and thirty dead there, the kind of violence that we’re used to seeing in Pakistan, but Pakistan muddles through.

    Is, are your friends and your colleagues still there still able to communicate in appreciable improvement in quality of life over two years ago when the surge had originally ended?

    Or is it same old, same old for them?

    JB: No, no, I think it’s quite evident that there have been real gains in that respect. Let’s look at electricity, for example.

    On the one, it’s a case of, you know, it’s a glass half-full or half-empty.

    It’s true that for many Iraqis, there is no more power available now than there was when American troops invaded.

    But what’s less reported is the fact that American investment, and Iraqi investment, too, has in fact increased the total amount of power available.

    What happened was that under American guidance, the pattern of Saddam Hussein of sharing that power on a highly prejudicial basis, in other words, reserving the power for the favored few, changed.

    As a result, for example, the power elites in Baghdad, which used to have power most of the day, if not 24 hours a day, now are back to having it three, four, five hours a day.

    But there have been real improvements. I mean, there’s a tremendous explosion of commercial activity in Iraq.

    There are mobile phones, there’s a huge array of television and radio stations and newspapers. There are real gains.

    Whether these will survive or not, is of course a moot point.

    But the thing that most Iraqis care about, more than their mobile phones, more than their television stations, is of course security.

    That, there have been real gains.

    Violence is down to a level of, what, 10% of what it was at the worst in 2005-2006, still significant, still punctured by these spectacular attacks such as we saw the other day.

    But their concern is that the trajectory has once again turned around, and that what we’ve seen in the last two or three months, and particularly in the last couple of weeks, could simply be a harbinger of something much worse to come.

    (We shall see. God these people have suffered enough. Pray they find some peace.)

  57. blessedistruth Says:

    U.S. deficit forecast masks true scope of problem


    Yet the CBO still operates under rules set by Congress.

    And those constraints, whether by design or chance, result in an undeservedly rosy U.S. budget picture.

    For instance, the CBO calculates that the federal government will run up an additional $6.2 trillion in debt by 2020, raising

    the U.S. debt-to-GDP ratio

    to about 69 percent

    — a high but perhaps tolerable level.

    But assuming various tax breaks are extended rather than expiring — an increasingly likely-looking scenario — debt would actually balloon to $11 trillion,

    or 90 percent of GDP.

    And if discretionary government spending rises in line with nominal GDP rather than the consumer price inflation used by the CBO, that would tack on another $2 trillion of borrowing.

    Throw in a few other more realistic assumptions, and the debt-to-GDP ratio ends up in scary territory

    north of 100 percent by 2020.

  58. blessedistruth Says:


    @jimgeraghty shocked/disappointed that VP didn’t “guaran-damn-tee” it
    about 1 hour ago via mobile web in reply to jimgeraghty

    Hey, a new bberry interface for twitter
    about 1 hour ago via mobile web .

    After tweeting that bit about 15 competitive Senate seats, I get email from impartial analyst who thinks 20 might be in play
    about 4 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @larry_kudlow: Economy’s sinking. So are stocks. But GOP is not only gonna carry the House, they’re gonna carry the Senate too.
    about 4 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    @TheFix “real possibility” Democrats could lose 11 Senate seats, while GOP could lose 4 http://bit.ly/9CxcLh
    about 5 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    Why Obama’s approval rating matter: Voters who disapprove of the job he’s doing are planning to vote Republican 82-4. http://bit.ly/9uXWJ9
    about 6 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    @jimgeraghty In my head, I hear Vincent Price saying it in the world-weary voice he used in Last Man on Earth http://imdb.to/bPPhSE
    about 6 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to jimgeraghty

  59. blessedistruth Says:

    ‘Glenn Beck’: From Servitude to Slavery


    In 1662, Virginia took one of the last steps on the road to true evil.

    They enacted a law that said all children born in the colony to a slave mother would be enslaved.

    So, now, not only were you a slave for the rest of your life, but now, that slave passed it on from generation to generation, all based on color.

    By the way, let’s go back here to Anthony Johnson. How did it end for Anthony Johnson?

    The freed — not slave, but the freed indentured servant who then was an owner of another black man.

    He died in 1670. This is the record it. This is about what happened to his land. What happened to his land? Jury had to decide.

    The land Johnson left behind, they decided, could be seized by the government, could be seized by the government.

    Because he was, quote, “by consequence an alien.”

    That’s why all men are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights.

    Because this guy used the government to give him the right to own another person. Why?

    Because it was good for the government, they needed money. It was good for commerce. They needed money.

    So, the government granted him a right because it was good for the collective. The government can give and the government can take away.

    The first servitude, then an extended punishment, then a crisis, then people born in slavery — bit-by-bit, law-by-law,

    we progressed from horrible system of indentured servitude based on religion to an even worse one based solely on color.

    A little tweak here, a little tweak there, a nudge here, a nudge there, during a crisis, each time the nudge takes us down a little farther down the road.

    That’s why you must stop and ask yourself, not just what kind of change are we talking about, but what lies at the end of the road?

    If we just keep being nudged, where does it lead us?

    All of this evolved into the monstrous system of slavery that we’re familiar with from our history books — an entire race of people brutally enslaved by slave owners, empowered by the government.

    It is today, this nation’s deepest scar. A lot of our problems started here.

    It’s our most grotesque national tragedy.

    But, again, this is just scratching the surface. Do your own to digging.

    Get the full history.

    You need to find out what you truly believe in, what this country is about.

    Are we just about slavery? Is this the scar?

    The commerce, the government, the science, the crisis of tobacco dragged us deeper and deeper into slavery.

    But here’s the part you also have to learn: What began to drag us out?

  60. blessedistruth Says:

  61. blessedistruth Says:

    Stalled nuclear treaty worries U.S.


    “The problem of the breakdown of our verification, which lapsed December 5, is very serious and impacts our national security,” Sen. Richard G. Lugar, R-Ind., one of the Senate’s top nuclear experts, said in a recent hearing.

    The possible impact of a lapse in nuclear checks has been lost amid debates of issues such as whether the new pact would inhibit U.S. missile defense programs, analysts say.

    “I thought we were just going to continue doing business as usual” as the replacement treaty was debated, Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., said when asked about the inspection cutoff.

    Two decades after the end of the Cold War, Russia still has about 2,500 deployed nukes capable of hitting the United States, and U.S. officials say they like to keep an eye on them.

    “Without the (new) treaty and its verification measures, the United States would have much less insight into Russian strategic forces, thereby requiring our military to plan based on worst-case assumptions,” Jim Miller, a senior nuclear policy official in the Pentagon, told a Senate hearing last month.

    “This would be an expensive and potentially destabilizing approach.”

  62. blessedistruth Says:

    Watchdog group lauds delegation

    CHEYENNE — A budget watchdog group rates Wyoming’s congressional delegation as opposing programs and spending the group considers wasteful.

    The Council for Citizens Against Government Waste says Sens. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso and Rep. Cynthia Lummis scored 100 percent on its 2009 Congressional Ratings. All three are Republicans.

    The average for the entire House was 31 percent, and the average for the Senate was 39 percent.

    Since 1989, the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste has tracked roll call votes.

    Its 2009 Congressional Ratings cover the voting year 2009, the first session of the 111th Congress. The group rated 120 key votes in the House and 74 in the Senate.


  63. blessedistruth Says:






  64. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    Etheldreda and Egfrith at Colbert’s Head


  65. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    Las Vegas Report


  66. blessedistruth Says:

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  67. blessedistruth Says:

    Started commenting over here this morning.


  68. blessedistruth Says:

    Started commenting over here this morning.


  69. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    A new physical form that would allow the companions of the Creator to sojourn in the Earth


  70. Elliott Hughes Says:

    “The Temple of Sacrifice was a hospital or health center; the Temple Beautiful was a school of higher learning and vocational training.

    “The Temple of Sacrifice was not only a physical but a spiritual hospital. Treatments for correction of deformities–bodily and mental–were accomplished not only through the use of surgery, medicines, electrical therapy, massage, spinal adjustments and the like; but by diet, the vibrations of music, colours, dancing, song, chanting, and most important, by the use of deep meditation in contacting the God force within the body.

    “The rejuvenation, however, was not always complete; in some cases as many as four incarnations in the earth were required to complete the change.”

    The Temple of Sacrifice and the Temple Beautiful was a hospital and a vocational training school for the hybrid creatures, who were the “pre-Adam” humans. The pre-Adam humans had projected their consciousness into this dimension as fantasy creatures, mostly to have sex with the animals and each other.

    Eventually they forgot who they were, and became trapped here, for hundreds of thousands of years.

    The reality of the fantasy creatures like the Sphinx, the unicorn, the satry, etc. is the dark secret of where the human species really came from.

    I have spent 15 years researching antiquity to see if there is any empirical evidence to support this Cayce revelation. The number of ancient mysteries this theory resolves is staggering.

    • Joanna Says:

      I have been dreaming about this place for as long as I can remember. I have memories of working in a temple with water canals built within. I recall the white pyramids and the trees and water. Not like it is now. I remember helping to heal others by use of sound and water. For the longest time I looked for any documentation of this place and I thought I had been crazy until I just found this comment. I believe I came here to help recreate this long ago place in the here and now. Thank you so much, Elliot.

  71. blessedistruth Says:

    Thank you for your comment, Elliott.

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