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Cayce’s “Hall Of Records” Exists In Cellular Memory

By James Donahue

The late prophet and healer Edgar Cayce once told of a vision he had of the existence of three secret Halls of Records, located in various parts of the world that contained the lost history of the human race.

Because so many of Cayce’s visions proved to be true, and because he was amazingly accurate in diagnosing and treating human afflictions, people have been searching for these great libraries ever since he perceived of them in a hypnotic trance.

Most stories state that Cayce envisioned a Hall of Record in a large room located under the right paw of the Sphinx in ancient Egypt. Perhaps this location gained the most attention because it should be the easiest of the three halls to find and verify. Yet the politics of the area has made it difficult for archaeologists and researchers to confirm the prophet’s vision.

The two other locations of Halls of Record, according to Cayce, were in the lost Continent of Atlantis and somewhere in the jungle on the Yucatan Peninsula. If such places exist, the chance of anybody finding them are so remote, it is no wonder that the attention has been centered on the right paw of the Sphinx.

There has been a story circulating that a scientific team using remote sensing equipment in the area at and around the Sphinx in the early 1990s located several “anomalies” including an image that suggested a large chamber with something inside it is located exactly where Cayce said the Hall of Records would be, right under the Sphinx’s paws.

But is the story true? Mark Lehner, recognized as the world’s leading Egyptologist and authority on the Sphinx, has an answer. In 1977 Lehner worked with Stanford Research Institute scientists using state-of-the-art remote-sensing equipment to analyze the bedrock under the Sphinx. They found a passage in the Sphinx’s rump which they concluded was dug by treasure hunters long after the monument was built. Below the paws they found only the cracks and fissures usually found in limestone formations.

The Stanford team concluded that Cayce’s mystical Hall of Records was not going to be found under the paws of the Sphinx.

This may be very disappointing news to those who are keenly aware that contemporary world history books are not only distorted in fact, but terribly incomplete. They lack much if any reference whatsoever to the real ancient history of the human race on this planet. The evidence can be found everywhere that contemporary humans did not evolve from primitive cave dwellers. Our early ancestors appear to have been as evolved, if not more advanced, than we are today.


There has been a strange campaign by the Roman Catholic Church and other religious and political groups to destroy every library filled with records of ancient history.


The great library of Alexandria, Egypt, said to have contained a collection of every significant book ever written, was destroyed by Theophilus, a Coptic Pope who ordered the great Serapeum containing the collection of scrolls and ancient works destroyed as part of the Christian war against what he perceived as the pagans.


A great House of Wisdom that once existed in Baghdad was destroyed during a Mongol invasion in 1258. It was said that the waters of the Tigris ran black for six months with ink from all of the books that were flung into the river.


Another great collection of books known as the Hundred Schools of Thought in ancient China were burned and buried after Qin Shi Huang became emperor of China. His chancellor Li Si ordered the destruction of the library because it was feared they conflicted with the emperor’s personal philosophy of legalism. Qin Shi Husing then wrote his own history books.


Perhaps the most tragic of all of the lost world libraries was that of the Mayan civilization that once existed on the Yucatan Peninsula in Central America. The great collection of Maya codices from pre-Columbian times, were burned by the Conquistadors and priests under orders by Bishop Diego de Landa in 1562. Lost was not only a history and understanding of the Mayan civilization, but also important information concerning the Mayan colander, and why it shows an abrupt end on December 21, 2012.


There have been a scattering of surviving books, some of them unearthed on clay tablets, that survived the great assault on human origins. Overall, however, the little information we have has made it clear that the history we were taught in school was incomplete and probably incorrect. There has been a growing hunger for truth.


If Cayce’s Hall of Records does not exist, is there any chance that we will ever know historical fact? Has this knowledge been lost forever?


Research in the newly discovered (and ancient) techniques in Theta Healing is beginning to open new pathways of research in the origins of human history. Research in this amazing technique, lead by Idaho psychic Vianna Stibal, involves intense exploration into past lifetime memories to find the root causes of personal diseases and afflictions. Recent discoveries suggest that most people have very ancient spirits that have been on this planet for thousands of years.


It is now apparent that every cell in our body possesses a cellular memory of the complete history of everything, beginning at the moment we were created. It thus appears that the Hall of Records truly exists, but it is so microscopic that even our finest microscopes cannot read what is contained therein.


Everything must be probed via our magnificent minds. All we have to do is wake up those sleeping DNA genes, kick start the portions of our brains that have been sitting idle, and learn how to find this information.