Zla'od wrote:In 1923, Cayce was asked "Why is it not possible to take a reading on a Negro?" He answered, "For the same reason that it would be impossible to teach a dog to talk." (3744-1) The quote goes on to discuss how blacks are lower in vibration or soul-evolution. Incidentally, Cayce's racism is important for understanding the Ra-Ta / Egyptian readings. See the second article at http://web.archive.org/web/199908301405 ... edu/cayce/
In 1933, Cayce praised Nazism as "a new ideal in the hearts, in the mind of the people" of Germany; approved of the one-party system as "the best for Germany at present," dismissed fears that Hitler might invade other countries as "propaganda," and blamed the Jews for their "rebelliousness and their seeking into the affairs of OTHERS" that has "brought them into their present situation" (3976-13).
Cayce people sometimes argue that Hitler only became evil later; these people need to read Mein Kampf (pub. 1925). Sometimes they say that Cayce was merely being influenced by the prejudices of those around him--a line of argument which basically admits that nothing he says is trustworthy.
Are you not ashamed, Miles from Neihu?
PS Here's another link, this one to an article by Harmon Bro (whose perspective is completely different from anything yet mentioned): http://web.archive.org/web/200102072315 ... armon.html
Battery9 wrote:As a Christian, it's often so silly how my fellow believers will frown on something like this.(not saying anyone in this thread is Christian) It just boggles my mind that my religion, about something that happened 2000 years ago, can still run countries, but that they can't understand that someone can feel as passionate about something else. It must be soooo super annoying!
Nuit wrote:Perhaps psychic abilities can't be replicated on demand, within a controlled environment.
Chris wrote:Nuit wrote:Perhaps psychic abilities can't be replicated on demand, within a controlled environment.
That leads to something called unfalsifiability, in which any claim can be made without proof.
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