A favorite subject of Cayce’s was the discovery of Atlantis, the continent lost in ancient times of history.
Prophet Edgar Cayce was born on March 18, 1877, in Hopkinsville, Kentucky (USA). He became famous both for his healing and for his predictions. Cayce issued more than 14,000 individual predictions in three distinct periods of his life, until 1945 when he died. These predictions include political events, natural disasters, celebrity deaths, warnings, and discoveries of all kinds.
A favorite subject of Cayce’s was the discovery of Atlantis, the continent lost in ancient times of history. In the library of the Cayce Foundation, there are 2,500 “readings,” as these communications were called, that refer to Atlantis and have incredible informational content. In 1934, Cayce said about this continent that it would be located between the Gulf of Mexico and the Mediterranean Sea, in the area of the Atlantic Ocean.
Another concern of Edgar Cayce was regarding crystals, used either for healing, as “mediators” for meditations, or as protection against psychic influence. The use of crystals for these purposes, regardless of whether these effects are real or imaginary, is a relatively new practice. Cayce advocated the use of various gemstones, especially opal, ruby, and lapis, as well as several common minerals and metals.
Lapis (lapis lazuli) is a bright blue stone, with white stripes and sometimes containing pieces of pyrite. Lapis were used as jewelry by the ancient Egyptian pharaohs; the burial mask of Pharaoh Tutankhamun also has lapis lazuli in it.
Another stone that Cayce referred to in his communications is the larimar, discovered in 1919 in the Dominican Republic by Father Miguel Domingo Fuertes Loren. Larimar rivals lapis lazuli in beauty, often having an incredible blue color. The special color of larimar comes from the volcanic conditions unique to the Dominican Republic.
Edgar Cayce said that this “blue stone” has strong healing properties, having its origin in Atlantis. The larimar is considered to be “a piece of ancient Atlantis.” For the rest of the world, it’s just a beautiful blue stone…