Monday, November 29, 2010
Edgar Cayce Predicts the End of the World - In 2012?
Link to Association for Research and Enlightenment
He primarily did readings for people needing medical assessments. Specifically holistic health and the treatments for the particular illness suffered by the person requesting the reading. He only needed to know where the person was, it wasn't necessary to meet or know who the person was. Nearly 70% of his readings were for health issues.
A future map of the world after the end of the world or 2012, was suggested by Cayce in words. Many people search for a future map of the world illustrating where to go that's safe. Some people have devised a map. You'll find them if you google for a future map showing Cayce's predictions and prophecies.
Cayce says that some of the East Coast of the United States, and the West Coast will literally disappear. Coastal and sea level land all over the world will be under water. The Rocky Mountains will be the new coastal mountains in the United States. Nevada will be under water. The Rockies runs through Colorado but it's elevation in general isn't high enough to be above water entirely when new land masses come up out of the oceans.
Edgar Cayce prophecied that Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and would disappear, so would Japan, Europe would be changed "in the twinkling of an eye." The Mississippi would become wider as the Great Lakes drain down into the Gulf. The Carolinas and Georgia disappear. Illinois Ohio, Montana, and Canada have areas undisturbed. In the west of Canada Cayce also predicted that there would be volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The same in the southern hemisphere. Land masses will rise to become islands and continents in the seas.
Cayce doesn't say much about the rest of the world, probably because he's from the United States and travel overseas wasn't as easy then as it is now. He also probably didn't know much about the rest of the world. He does say though that there will be problems in the Middle East, the Indian Ocean and the Persian Gulf. He also said there'd would be activity in the Davis Strait between Greenland and Canada. Cayce also predicted a global pole shift.