The materials outwardly were of the mountains nigh unto the upper waters of the Nile.
It was in the form of the pyramid, within which was the globe—which represented to those who served there a service to the world.
The furnishings may be surmised from the fact that the most beautiful things from each land were gathered there; gold, silver, onyx, iron, brass, silk, satins, linen.
— Edgar Cayce reading 281-25
My new book Edgar Cayce’s Egyptian Energy Healing describes rituals from the Egyptian healing temples and takes readers through an initiation into several new symbols that may stir up memories for those who had past lives in ancient Egypt.
Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) the “sleeping prophet,” and “father of holistic medicine,” is the most documented psychic of the 20th century. For more than 40 years of his adult life, Cayce gave psychic “readings” to thousands while in an unconscious state, diagnosing illnesses and revealing past lives and prophecies yet to come. Despite the fact that Edgar Cayce was a dedicated churchgoer and Sunday school teacher, the Source he channeled reported on Cayce’s past lives in ancient Egypt as Ra-Ta, the High Priest, and provided detailed descriptions of Egyptian healing methods to raise our vibrational frequencies.
I believe our souls return to worldly existence with inklings of who we were before, yet when we incarnate, we dip into what the ancient Greeks called Lethe, the river of forgetfulness. We spend our lifetimes attempting to remember our divinity within.
As someone who has spent much of the past 20 years delving deeply into the Edgar Cayce “Life Readings” (readings that addressed the life of the soul), I believe everyone who is attracted to the Cayce material draws from some deeply embedded memory from their past lives either in Egypt, Atlantis, or in the earliest times in Lemuria, when life was non-physical. I’m convinced all Cayce enthusiasts are part of a larger soul group who has returned to awaken to higher realms of consciousness and understanding.
When you read the above passage from the Cayce material, does it speak to you? Do you believe you lived in ancient Egypt? I do, and that feeling only deepened after I first visited Egypt in 2000.
Over the years, I’ve identified a phenomenon I call Supretrovie—an externally induced past life memory triggered by travel or artifacts. While in Egypt, I experienced a spontaneous memory when I visited The Great Pyramids. When this happens, regression becomes a tool for healing past lives rather than for discovering them. Although Supretrovie happens to just about everybody, we’re all programmed by a skeptical society to push such memories down and dismiss our inner visions as silly figments of the imagination.
Have you experienced Supretrovie? If so, let me know! I’d also love to hear your impressions after you explore Edgar Cayce’s Egyptian Energy Healing. Several readers said the book triggered memories from their Egyptian past lives. Amazing, but not at all suprising!
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