a reply to: Sillyolme
It just ain't all that simple. Edgar Cayce following in the footsteps of the Pythias at Delphi, ran into this roadblock, headlong. Men have to
decide their own fates. Some crooks went to the sleeping, entranced, Cayce, for prescriptions, ( Psychic ), but fudged by asking his channel, which
horse would win in the Seventh Race at the local track. They cashed in, but Cayce was afflicted by terrible migraines. So then Cayce refused to let
anyone other than his trusted wife, ask him written questions, and then write down what the channeled spirit, revealed. This made psychic
prescriptions possible, without him getting any more terrible headaches.
The Oracle at Delphi was criticized for doing much the same thing, after taking enormous sums of gold and silver for their services. I don't think
Edgar Cayce took money for his readings, but I might be wrong. By laying out a future event, without this double meaning, means that you've created a
nasty paradox. Cayce was a minister, so I doubt he went anywhere near those racetracks. But the paradoxes came back to bite him, instead of those
Occasionally Cayce's channel, or another discarnate spirit, did predict something well into the future. The seance in Manhattan, during 1934, was
written up in 1936, and mentions Jon Peniel. Jon isn't a proper given name in English, but the phonetically similar, Jean Peniel, from the French,
My studies posit that Jean Peniel is simply lifted from Nostradamus's Jeune Selin, but this occurs much earlier than when he meets God in the Clouds
of Heaven. Nosty's numerology shows that this adolescent will be only ten years old. So that this discarnate spirit which took over the seance, was
looking another twenty or so years into the future. I think it would be in 1978, when C. VIII, Q. 78, provides the threshold verse, for the Epistle
to Henri, which posits someone coming into the presence of the "First Monarch of the Universe".
To add insult to injury, that discarnate spook may have been looking over Nostradamus's shoulder, even as he received his visions, back in the 1550's.
They have nothing but time on their hands, and it's been said that idle hands are the Devil's workshop.