The Sons of Light and the Coptic Church

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Just started reading the book but could not wait to finish it to post a couple of thoughts that made my hair stand up. There is a reason that the future the Master spoke of and visons by Edgar Cayce are the same. According to what I have read, in a past life, Edgar Cayce brought the ancient records from Atlantis and buried them in the hall of records. The Coptic Church sounds like remnats of the Sons of Light.

At the dinner with Muller Thom notes Genesis 14:18 on Melchizedek, who according to Cayce's reading is an earlier Incarnation,one of many, of Jesus. It is all pretty far out there, but if you believe in the trinity then this is really not a stretch.

Having no where near finished the book, and having not read this thread subject before, I am sure some of the questions that are racing through my head will be answered. That said, every time I hear Thom speak of evolution, I always wonder how he fits the soul into that equation?

If you believe in what has been written about Cayce's session's the right-wing bible thumpers are at least partially right here. They took the forms that had evolved on earth through both evolution and possesion to create man. This is being suported by DNA findings that Thom noted in passing last week.

It's interesting that Thom has moved so far from the man portrayed in the first chapters of the book to a man who litterally does battle with the true incarnation of the anti-christ in right wing propagandist. When Cayce speaks of the anti-christ, he does not speak of an individual but rather a collective action of hate, lies and misdeads. Sort of like Fox news, and the republican party.

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I have no idea if you still post here as this post is old, but just wondering if you remember the pslam Herr Muller used as recorded in the Prophets Way while he was a prisoner of war in Egypt?

With regards your last paragraph on 'hate' methinks there is plenty in both established parties. It is not just restricted to Republicans. Several years ago this forum truly had visionary commentary, now it is mostly status quo, right-of-center and highly partisan of the Democratic Party apparatus that can do no wrong. Nevertheless, if you want an authentic 'progressive' commentary I invite you to go over to Common Dreams and read the comments sections to the articles posted there. In many respects, it is much like this forum use to be back between 2000-2006 before it morphed into good Democrat bad Republican talking points.

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