posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 02:55 PM
Just as a response related to the "Cayce Map" above: it is important to note that Cayce also clearly indicated during several of his reading
sessions that one of the rare "safe zones" in the United States during and after the earth's upheaval would be Virginia Beach, Virginia. In fact,
his entire works, his reading library, and his foundation, the "Association of Research and Enlightenment" (A.R.E.) built his library and
headquarters in Virginia Beach, Virginia under the assumption that, even though the entire earth would undergo massive changes and upheavals, this
area would be safe....
.....and the map as set forth above, which also appears to be an accurate depiction of one of Cayce's popular maps from one of his sessions.....shows
Virginia Beach underwater.
Now, aside from support or criticism of Cayce, and aside from whether the earth will or will not undergo a massive plate/axis shift, this brings us to
a conclusion regarding this map:
1) Edgare Cayce was wrong about Virginia Beach, V.A. being a "safe haven;" or
2) Edgar Cayce was wrong about Virginia Beach, V.A. being under water.
Either way, this inconsistency shows that Cayce was not 100% accurate with his predictions. Which, in turn, should make one realize that it would be
faulty to propose a hypothesis or conclusion based on the map above.