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Edgar Cayce's Story of the Origin and Destiny of Man

by Lyle Robinson

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What is the full story of our creation? Who were the "sons of god" and the "daughters of men"? How does mythology fit in with our history? What is our purpose and destiny in the earth? Author Lyle Robinson gives us a comprehensive interpretation of the fascinating story of our history and future here on earth as outlined in the psychic readings of American mystic Edgar Cayce.
Here is the history of Atlantis from the creation of the Children of One through the mass migrations of Atlanteans into Egypt, the Pyrenees, and the Yucatan. Origin and Destiny reveals the similarities of these ancient cultures as influenced by the souls of the lost continent, and how their thoughts and beliefs continue to impact modern society. Extracts from the actual Cayce readings support the stories of the Mayas, Incas, Egyptians, and their common ancestors.

First printed in 1972, Origin and Destiny addresses the many questions whose answers have eluded us all in our quest for the truth about where we come from and where we are going. This new edition includes a foreword by the author's widow and a life reading of the author from Edgar Cayce.
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