Edgar Cayce

Lost Civilization & The Bermuda Triangle

BY DR. GREG LITTLE

Editor’s Comment In the first eighteen issues of Atlantis Rising we serialized, in graphic novel style a story called The Atlantis Di­mension. Based on a screenplay originally written in the early 1980s by editor Doug Kenyon (in collaboration with artist Tom Miller), the story recounted the adventures of a group of contemporary characters who discover the ruins of Atlantis beneath the waters of the so-called Bermuda Triangle. The action is driven by ancient events on Atlantis which unfold in the lives of the principal characters…

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The Unknown Catacombs of Giza

By Philip Coppens

In recent months, rumors and evidence of excavations and underground passages on and under the Giza Plateau have surfaced. But why are the local authorities mocking and downplaying these? The Giza Plateau hosts the only surviving wonder of the ancient world: the Great Pyramid. The site as a whole continues to intrigue many, and at one time every archaeological discovery there received massive publicity. But in recent years, the excavations and discoveries at Giza are receiving almost no media attention. Why? The central figure in all…

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The Doomsday Fallacy

By John White

Will the world end in 2012? Some authors—as well as some Hollywood producers—argue as much and are making loud and very disturbing predictions of catastrophic disaster ensuing from the convergence of numerous planetary and cosmic cycles. Others expect the dawn of a New Age as the “gods” or “ETs” make a long-awaited return to our lit­tle planet. The current explosion of 2012 hysteria is not unlike the hue and cry of the 1980s and ’90s when the hot, threatening phenomenon of the day was “pole…

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Exposing a Skeptical Hoax

BY DR. GREG LITTLE

In 1968 an 1800-foot long, J-shaped formation of stone blocks was discovered about a mile off the west coast of North Bimini, Bahamas, by a Miami-based biologist, Dr. J. Manson Valentine. The formation was initially thought to resem­ble a collapsed wall or a road, and the unfortunate name “Bimini Road” (or “Bimini Wall”) was attached to it. The site was linked to a 1940 prediction made by the famous “Sleeping Prophet,” Edgar Cayce, wherein Cayce related that a portion of Atlantis would “rise” or be…

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Has Atlantis Finally Been Found at Bimini?

By Drs. Greg & Lora Little

The location of the legendary empire of Atlantis is perhaps one of the most contentiously debated issues in all alterna­tive archaeological circles. The small Bimini Islands, located a scant 50 miles from Florida, are at the center of an even more controversial debate—especially from those who favor the location of Atlantis virtually everywhere and anywhere in the world except in the Bahamas. Yet dozens of explorations at Bimini and associated areas have been ongoing since the mid-1930’s. While mainstream archaeology has essentially turned a deaf…

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Hall of Records Coverup?

BY DR. GREG LITTLE

In Atlantis Rising, (March 2010) Philip Coppens described rumors of secret passageways under the Giza Plateau in­cluding brief details of an illegal excavation that occurred in September 2009. The illegal excavation was apparently a search for Edgar Cayce’s Egyptian Hall of Records. Until researcher Bill Brown asked me for assistance in arranging a meeting with John Van Auken, Director of the Association For Research & Enlightenment (ARE), I was not aware of the details. Oddly, only a few days before Brown’s request, he sent an…

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More News

New Claims Made for Atlantis in the Caribbean Another controversial report for the finding of Atlantis has made the news; though, in fairness, it should be pointed out that no Atlantis claim was made by the new discoverers. The story which first appeared the Herald of Paris in De­cember reported that anonymous researchers had found, in the caribbean, the underwater ruins of a city. Accompa­nying the statement were several grainy satellite photos which appeared to show a vast grid structure complete with a pyramid and…

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Still More News

Could Global Warming Cause a Pole Shift? For those more worried about a pole shift than global warming, a new study may help to consolidate their concerns. Researchers now think global warming could cause a pole shift. Geophysicists at the university of Toronto say they have studied the possible effects of the collapse of a large por­tion of the Antarctic ice sheet and concluded that it would shift the axis of the Earth itself. In an article published in February in the journal Science, the…

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Future Science Emerges From The Past

BY JEANE MANNING

In 1913 Rudolf Steiner predicted, “The science of the future will be based on Sympathetic Vibrations.” Will that fu­ture arrive before 2013? In the century before Steiner’s prediction was made, John Ernst Worrell Keely (1827-1898) was the man who did science based on “sympathetic vibrations.” He built working devices that operated on a mysterious force—an entirely new form of energy or source of power. Keely believed it would eventually power ships, cars, airplanes and even spaceships. Legend has it that he could set a machine…

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Cayce Readings “Crystal-ized” Energy Invention

BY JEANE MANNING

This month’s column is a celebration of the life of Dr. Wingate Lambertson, who died last month, mere weeks before his 90th birthday. His wife Eileen passed on earlier this year. They had chosen Florida for most of their retirement years, so his final month was also shadowed by news of oil drifting toward familiar beaches. Before I get to his story, I want to mention the latest DVD in the “Energy from the Vacuum” series—the story of a cold-heat, zero-fuel engine system. There’s an…

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