Kevin Todeschi, spokesperson for A.R.E., the organization which Edgar Cayce founded, talked about Cayce's life and work as well as dream interpretation. Known as the Sleeping Prophet, Cayce gave out thousands of readings while in a trance state, and those concerning medical issues had a 93% accuracy rating, Todeschi reported. (Many of Cayce's treatment overviews are featured on A.R.E.'s site.)
Cayce believed that Atlanteans saved records of their advanced civilization in three locations-- in the Yucatan, on the Bimini Islands and in the right paw of the Sphinx. Buried at the Sphinx is a written history of the world from the time of Atlantis to our current era, he predicted.A University recently got the OK to do some underground tunneling to study parts of the Sphinx, Todeschi announced.
You can write out a question before going to sleep, and often receive answers in your dreams, which impart subconscious knowledge from within yourself, Todeschi suggested. Cayce believed that dreams brought people closer to the "superconscious mind" which is a throughway to the Akashic Records-- a "universal library" for every soul where "probabilities" are constantly being calculated. Themes and symbols play an important part in dream interpretation, said Todeschi, who noted that global themes (such as wars and disasters) typically represent personal issues in the dreamer's life.
Appearing during the first half-hour, Linda Moulton Howe of Earthfiles discussed her recent report on mysterious radio bursts from the galactic center which were detected in intervals that were 77 minutes apart, back in 2002. Similar signals were also picked up in 2003 and 2004, she said.