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, "Stephen Hale"
> But then, when we consider the human heart, we are forced to
> consider forces of a higher order; forces that adhere to the
> spiritual world where we came from, and will always go back to.
> Spiritual forces that seek to sustain the physical organism
> throughout the life span. And it can be shown through spiritual
> science that it is the period from seven to fourteen years that
this life force streams into the heart we are born with.
> And the physical heart of birth is completely transformed into an
> etheric heart through this instreaming process. Yes, from seven to
> fourteen is when the heart of our birth is completely transformed
> into a new organ of perception. Picture it as an ever-increasing
> raying in of sun forces right directly into the heart organ
.... So, anyone who might be compelled through their own karmic
destiny to put books under their pillow during this time, would
certainly evolve to a point where a form of etheric clairvoyance
would arise in the mature life span. And this, of course, was the
destiny of Edgar Cayce. Edgar Cayce gave much for America's
understanding of the workings of spirit through this form of etheric
clairvoyance. By entering into a state of heightened consciousness,
which was *not* actually trance as some indicate, he was able to give
readings that were very pertinent to human evolution on the American
.. And, of course, there is Joseph Smith ...And a very important one
because the Book of Mormon really pertains to the Mystery of America
that we all seek to know about in order to understand the American
Folk Soul and its destiny.
YES...to everything you wrote! Have NOT read all of Leviton either
and only shared what he did say in "Imagination of Pentecost" re
atavistic lineage. In his "Galaxy", he devotes 8 pages to Hill
Comorah, Palmyra, New York - site of Smith's experience. Had never
seen Mormon Book until about 2 months ago in hotel and took notes!
Yes, you are very right, re-American Folk.
Believe that when Cayce could not spell word "cabin" for his father,
he reported hearing instructions for help, ...which led to his
ability to recall text.
Dr. Harmon Bro did NOT tag Cayce with medium label. Librarian K.Paul
Johnson's "Edgar Cayce in Context:The Readings:Truth and Fiction" is
a major contribution (CANNOT praise highly enough).
Dr.Sharma's"Cayce,Karma and Reincarnation" had identified his state
as Turiya Avastha, or the state of transcendental sleep consciousness.
Johnson noted similarities and differences in Cayce's Meditation
information to accounts in Radhasoami sect of Hinduism. He shares
Cayce Readings that insist on only one Master of Masters, Christ
Consciousness but also capable of attaining to the masters of the
holy mount.Both meditation accounts stress auditory components. Am
most drawn to research because it shows how much Cayce revealed. See
Steiner as a pivotal teacher. Thanks for sharing what you did about
the heart, etheric clairvoyance,etc.
Johnson quotes from "Edgar Cayce's Bookshelf" by David Bell(last
checked, unpublished). Bell mentioned the Mormons too.
Steiner's "Secret Brotherhood's" is a higher ed course about darker
elements. Cayce Readings did identify Virginia Beach as the only
seaport center of the Great White Brotherhood.It made me uneasy to
speculate why Leviton did not mention Virginia Beach and I only did
so on Cayce variable of lack of full consciousness/memory.
In "Imagination", Levtion stated:"The Godhead awaits the human
attainment of an Imagination strong and living enough to encompass
the supersensible;through this Imagination we will 'recognize the
world around us as a spiritual world.' Thus Imagination is achieved
through the awakening of our etheric perception. And with this act of
newfound spiritual cognition we will be fulfilling our task in
creating a new Michael culture for the epoch of the consciousness
In his "Gods in Their Cities", Leviton writes about ray masters, one
being Pallas Athena. Reminded of glowing accounts shared in this
When read book, "The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce" by Wynn Free with
David Wilcock, even greater complexity was added to theoretical
identification as to Cayce Readings source. Makes me aware of the
benefits of what Steiner wants us to aim for. Wilcock incorporates
the channeled "Law of One" books. When I read those books, I became
more aware of the dangers involved in trance.They do have some
statements that sound accurate, others not. Do question motives
EVERYWHERE more thoughtfully now. NINA