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So let me give you a little more info. My mother was a devout Christian lady for the last 30 years. She never researched people like Cayce or the
Sphinx or any thing like that. She believed Egypt to be bad...due to the Bibles view. In Hebrew....even the word 'Ra' means evil....ironic huh?
I on the other hand, began searching different ideas a few years back which was really hard for me to do being raised in a Christian home that
followed the Bible as literal. When I ran across the diverse ideas on the internet...I was hooked and went on a 3 yr search pretty much. This actually
put a wall between me and mom....she didnt like me searching things outside of the Bible's ways. Before her experience, she gave into my curious mind
and read some gospels with me called the Gospels of Peace and the Gospels of the Holy Twelve. For the first time...her eyes were popping out of her
own head and she herself was searching new thoughts in her mind.
One of the first things I asked her when she came to and could talk (about a week after the experience while she was still in the hospital)
was...."Have you ever heard of Edgar Cayce?".....She said the name didnt ring a bell...and asked "who is he". I began to tell her of his story
about the sphinx....and she was amazed....she didnt doubt his findings for a moment.
I know I could of gave you a shorter answer and said 'no' she had not gotten her info from Cayce....but I feel that background of her beliefs shows
also that she would of never even considered to believe something like that.
Her experience changed her beliefs! I would think that a NDE would be based on the persons beliefs that they already had....but many things in this
experience changed her thoughts.
She never used to believe that the Earth could of been populated by other beings....she never used to believe that Egypt played a part in the
histories of where the Bible came from besides Egypt being bad bad bad. She never used to believe in reincarnation....but saw her own self in a past
life during the experience. She never ever ever would of ever called God 'Ra'....but that is what she saw or was shown to be. Even the things she
saw...is highly symbolic, it really pulls all religions together.
Again, short answer....she did not know of Cayce and his predictions. Hope that helps!
The stairway she took below the Sphinx was very very long. She talked as if it took hours to walk down it. She said it was very narrow and that the
rock walls were sharp, like they could even cut you just by brushing up against them.