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Edgar Cayce on the Reincarnation Past Lives of Jesus Christ

 
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Edgar Cayce on the Reincarnation Past Lives of Jesus Christ
Question: "When did the knowledge come to Jesus that he was to be the Savior of the world?"
Cayce : "When he fell in Eden." [2067-7]




The following is a list of the incarnations of Jesus according to Cayce. Note that all these incarnations of Jesus, as Cayce describes them, have in common their role as psychic revelators:
Amilius
Amilius was the first expression of Divine Mind (the Logos); the Christ-soul before his incarnation into a physical body (corresponding to Genesis 1). He was the entity Cayce identified as living in the lost civilization of Atlantis who redirected the process of human evolution by creating a more appropriate physical form for the influx of souls to incarnate into rather than incarnating into the ape-like human form which souls had entangled themselves in. The first wave of souls (known as "the sons of men") became entrapped in the physical plane accidentally through their misuse of free will. These events gave rise to the legend of the "fall of the angels." The second wave ("the sons of God") consisted of those souls led by Amilius (the Christ-soul) who voluntarily became entrapped in flesh as Adam in order to assist the first wave.

Adam
Adam was the first "son of man" and "son of God"; the Christ-soul after his incarnation into a physical body (corresponding to Genesis 2). Cayce sometimes used the word "Adam" to refer to the entire group of souls which had accompanied the Christ-soul's incarnation into the Earth realm. These "Adams" incarnated as the five races on five separate continents. Eventually, the Christ-soul, as Adam, joined his twin soul (the Eve-Virgin Mary soul) by allowing himself to be seduced by materiality as symbolized by his acceptance of the forbidden fruit. The other "sons of God" followed suit and, as a result, interbred with the "daughters of men" (Genesis 6:2). In this light, humanity's banishment from "the Garden of Eden" was actually a great blessing, because death, reincarnation, and karma are all designed to teach us to move away from materiality and toward our true nature.

Enoch
Enoch is mentioned in several pseudepigraphal works (The Book of Enoch, 2 Enoch, and 3 Enoch) as well as some Kabbalistic writings, in addition to his brief mention in Genesis 5:18-24 which concludes, "And Enoch walked with God: and he was not, for God took him." The Book of Enoch describes the fall of the "Watchers" into materiality and Enoch's heavenly sojournes as wekll as his transfiguration into the angel Metatron. It is revealed to him the future up to the time of the messiah as well. Enoch also learns about the heirarchy of the angelic realm and the divine "throne-chariot" of Ezekiel. The Book of Enoch introduces a messianic figure referred to as "the Son of Man." In the canonical New Testament, Enoch is mentioned in Hebrews 11:5 and Jude 14-15. The passage in Jude quotes directly from the pseudepigaphal Book of Enoch which shows the author of Jude, the brother of Jesus, considered the Book of Enoch to be sacred scripture.

Hermes
"Hermes" of the Cayce readings is the one who designed and build the Great Pyramid under the direction of Ra Ta. There is another historical connection between a "Hermes" and Egypt which is found in the Hellenistic writings attributed to Hermes Trismegistus - the sage who began the Hermetic tradition. Hermes is also referred to in the Poimandres, as the "shepherd of men" who teaches that "the Word which came forth from the Light is the Son of God." Accordingly, Hermes also taught that human nature consists of such divine elements as Nature, Light, Mind, and Life; and that by recognizing them we may return to the invisible, immaterial world of Truth.

Melchizedek
Melchizedek was the "king of Salem" and "priest of the most high God" who shares bread and wine with Abraham in Genesis 14: 18-20.) He is also mentioned both in the Dead Sea Scrolls (11QMelch) and the Melchizedek Nag Hammadi codex where he appears as a cosmic angelic figure, the risen Christ. Hebrews 5:8-10 calls Jesus "a high priest after the order of Melchizedek," which explains how Jesus was a priestly Messiah without being a Levite. According to Cayce, Melchizedek wrote the Book of Job, which contains many mysterious passages that Cayce liked. Cayce once side, "For, as the sons of God came together to reason, as recorded by Job, "WHO recorded same? The Son of Man! Melchizedek wrote Job!."
Joseph
Joseph was the son of Jacob who became the Prince of Egypt. The story of Joseph appealed to Cayce, not only for its Egyptian location, but its endorsement of dream guidance and also for Joseph's escape from the pit (anticipating Jesus' resurrection). In fact there are many parallels between the life of Joseph and Jesus.
Joshua
Joshua was the warrior who led the Israelites into the Promised Land. However, this incarnation of the Christ-soul is more difficult to account for given his military campaigns described in the Bible. Jesus' suffering on the cross would certainly have paid his karmic debt for this transgression as well. But Cayce also saw Joshua as a member of a family which had produced many highly-skilled spiritual counselors. One of Joshua's roles was as a scribe for Moses who psychically dictated much of the material from the books traditionally attributed to him. This explains how Joshua could have remembered to include such details as the creation of the universe and his own death. Hebrews 4:8-10 identifies Jesus as a better Joshua, as Joshua led Israel into the rest of Canaan, but Jesus leads the people of God into "God's rest," salvation. Among the early Church Fathers, Joshua is considered a type of Jesus Christ.
Asaph The Cayce readings give little information about Asaph except that he was the music director and seer who served under David and Solomon.
Jeshua
Jeshua (Joshua) was the high priest who helped organize the return from exile and the rebuilding of the temple (as recounted in the books of Ezra and Nehemiah) and who is claimed by Cayce to have compiled and translated the books of the Bible

Zend
Cayce identified "Zend" (also spelled "Zen", "Zan", "Sen" or "San") as the father of Zoroaster, the founder of the Zoroastrian religion (of Magi fame), and the source of inspiration for the Avesta, the sacred Zoroastrian scriptures. However, the word "Zend" in Zend-Avesta means "commentary" and, in reality Zoroaster's father was named Pourushaspa. It appears the sleeping Cayce was inspired by the Book of Esther and Matthew's story of the Magi to base this "Zend" personality upon. Of interest is the fact that it was during the Israelites exile in Babylon when Judaism (and then Gnosticism, Christianity and Islam) incorporated the Zoroastrian theological system of monotheism, the Messiah, the dualistic struggle between good and evil, light and darkness, angels and demons, heaven and hell, God and Satan, the Last Judgement and the Resurrection of the Dead.
Jesus
Jesus was the man who attained complete "at-one-ment" and human-divine unity and therefore became "the Christ." Note that "Joshua", "Jeshua", and "Jesus" are really the same name. The name "Jesus" is a Latinization of the Aramaic "Jeshua" or "Yeshua" which is in turn taken from the Hebrew "Yehoshua" or "Joshua." So the name "Jesus" refers to many heroes in the Hebrew Bible. Cayce therefore assigned the soul-entity Jesus the same name for three separate incarnations. Cayce also revealed that the Jesus of the New Teastament was registered by his Essene school under the name of "Jeshua."

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The Christ-soul will walk the Earth again as the Messiah foretold by the Hebrew prophets in order to usher in the so-called "Throne of David" (i.e., the kingdom of heaven) on Earth as revealed in Revelation 11:15. Cayce sometimes interpreted the Second Coming of Christ as being an internal, psychic event within the individual seeker (as in his commentary on the Book of Revelation), and sometimes as the actual return of Jesus Christ in particular. In discussing the massive geological changes predicted for the "last days," he adds that "these will begin in those periods from 1958 to 1998. when these will be proclaimed as the periods when His light will be seen in the clouds." While this passage might be interpreted psychologically, elsewhere Cayce insists that Jesus will return in the flesh and rule for one thousand years as mentioned in Revelation 20:1-3. During this thousand-year time period, Cayce states that souls from the lower afterlife realms will not be permitted to reincarnate in order to establish the kingdom of God on Earth. Afterward, when the kingdom of God is established, souls from the lower afterlife realms will be permitted to reincarnate. According to Cayce, "As given, for a thousand years he will walk and talk with men of every clime. Then in groups, in masses, and then they shall reign of the first resurrection for a thousand years; for this will be when the changes materially come." Although Cayce gives the year date of the "entrance of the Messiah into this period as 1998," he also admits that no one knows the exact time of the Second Coming, since it cannot occur "until His enemies (and the Earth) are wholly in subjection to His will, His powers." A future incarnation of Jesus into flesh may not be necessary because Jesus has already transcended the necessity of reincarnating through his obedience of going to the cross.




"I and my Father are one. Then they took up stones again to stone him. Jesus answered them, Many good works have I shown you from my Father; for which of these do you stone me? They answered him, saying, For a good work we stone you not; but for blasphemy; and because that you, being a man, make yourself God. Jesus answered them, "Is it not written in your law: I said 'you are gods?" - John 10:30-34, Jesus quoting Psalm 82:6 to defend his teaching that God dwells within all human beings.


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Re: Edgar Cayce on the Reincarnation Past Lives of Jesus Christ
Thanks.
Very interesting!
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Re: Edgar Cayce on the Reincarnation Past Lives of Jesus Christ
really enjoyed reading that...do you have any more for us?
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He was , is , and will be . The bridesmaids are his past life's and he will attain Godlike on his last and final mission before total destruction of Gaia . Live well and learn .
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Re: Edgar Cayce on the Reincarnation Past Lives of Jesus Christ
Luke10:22
All things are delivered to me of my Father, and no man
knoweth Who the Son is, but... the Father, and Who the Father is,
but.. the Son, and 'He' ...to Whom the Son will Reveal Him.

John14:1
Thomas could not comprehend what Jesus meant when He said...
"I will come again, and take you to myself.
That where I am... You may be also, and you know the way where I am going."
Thomas asked..."How can We know The Way?"
Jesus answered.... "I am The Way... and The Truth... and The Life."
 Psalm33:3                              Sing unto 'Him' a 'New Song'. Play 'SKILLFULLY' with a 'LOUD NOISE'.  





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