THE WORLD has changed beyond recognition in my lifetime. The English novelist L. P Hartley penned those immortal words, “The past is a foreign country. They do things differently there.”
My generation journeyed in a time machine to a foreign country. Frankly, it is a bewildering place. George Orwell’s novel, 1984, is no longer in the library’s fiction department. In 1949 the prophet accurately described the all-seeing Big Brother media-manipulated nightmare world we have inherited.
Less well known is Edgar Cayce (1877 – 1945). The American mystic’s prophecies were so many and accurate they simply cannot be dismissed as coincidence. His readings accurately foretold the Great Depression of 1929, events relating to both world wars; even the deaths of two US Presidents.
As these foresights are now in the past they can only be a source of wonder to us. But, it should be a matter of interest that Cayce foretold of events yet to occur. During his readings the seer correctly described our ‘brave new world’. Remember, back then, everything we now take for granted was the stuff of science fiction and fantasy.
It was a time when no one could have predicted the collapse of the Soviet colossus. When in 1932 Cayce was questioned about political and economic trends in future Europe he zeroed in on Russia. He saw Europe as a disintegrating region. Cayce also foretold of nations controlled by a manipulative cultish global elite and their banking cartels.
The American described a post-Communist Russia as being ‘a thorn in the side of financial powers that were organising themselves against the good of humanity.’
He described a Europe of electorally neutered people mismanaged ‘for the gratification of a few, irrespective of any other man’s right’. Can anyone better describe the European Union today?
Anti-globalist Marine le Pen sums it up; “the divide is no longer between right and left, but between the patriots and the globalists’.
Cayce talked of Europe being reborn phoenix-like and in his prophecies Russia plays a pivotal role. Without question, post-Communist Russia has reinvented itself.
Independent and forging the world’s greatest trading blocs Putin’s Russia outmanoeuvres and outguns the West. Meanwhile, Washington and its European vassals are asphyxiated by perpetual bondage to banks and receivership whilst their trading options diminish by the day.
There is nothing that is happening today that wasn’t accurately prophesied by Edgar Cayce. He did predict that a Third World War was possible. But, without elaborating, he said before he passed away, “In Russia there comes hope in the world not as that as sometimes termed of the Communistic, or Bolshevik, no; but freedom, freedom.”