- Author : Lora H. Little Ed D.
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- Release Date : 2020-05-22
- Genre: Social Science
- Pages : 292
- ISBN 10 : 0940829665
The Lost Hall of Records Edgar Cayce s Forgotten Record of Human History in the Ancient Yucatan Book Description :
Deep in the heart of the largely unexplored jungles of the Yucatan lies a storehouse of records telling the history of all humanity and revealing the origin and meaning of life. According to the "Sleeping Prophet" Edgar Cayce, nearly 13,000 years ago these records were buried at three separate locations in the world by priests of Atlantis, just before the final destruction of this fabled continent. The Hall of Records at Giza in Egypt has eluded discovery and a second hall is covered by the Atlantic Ocean near the island of Bimini in the Bahamas. The third Hall, located in the general area of the Yucatan, may now be nearing discovery. The site, Piedras Negras, Guatemala, is definitely concealing ancient buried records.In 1933 Cayce related that the third record hall, located in the Yucatan, was at that moment being excavated by archaelogists representing the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) and that some of the artifacts were sent to their museum. Subsequent research clearly showed that the only place being excavated in the Yucatan by Penn was Piedras Negras. As part of the research for this book, the actual field notes and many artifacts from the Piedras Negras excavations were examined by Dr. Lora Little at the Penn Museum.In this compelling book, John Van Auken, author of numerous Cayce-related books, and Dr. Lora Little present Cayce's story of how and why a Hall of Records was established in the Yucatan. Backed by solid archaeological evidence and astronomical correlations, the authors show how the Mayan creation story involves the constellation Orion and why Piedras Negras is the likely site of the Hall of Records. In addition, the authors reveal that Cayce has told us what is recorded in the Hall of Records through his many Akasha "readings." This is a reprint of the original 2000 bestselling issue of the book, and it contains a new author Epilogue by Dr. Lora Little detailing her discoveries visiting the site along with new photographs of the site. The book