The Cayce Readings find validation once
more! by Don Carroll
TEXT OF READING 5125-1 F 30 (Secretary, Baptist). This
Psychic Reading given by Edgar Cayce, this 19th day of May, 1944
R E A D I N G : Born in Bokhoma, Oklahoma.
2. EC: A new vibration! Very good. Quite an interesting fact
about people born here [Bokhoma, Okla.?]. One out of ten thousand would ever commit
suicide. Something in the soil; get it between your toes and you'll
never commit suicide.
73 years ago
Edgar Cayce went into his meditative trance state to give a psychic reading
requested by a 30 year old woman.Though
the majority of readings Cayce gave were medical related, what would be called
a medical intuitive reading today, in this case, the reading was consider a “life
reading”. A life reading generally provided only past lives experiences with
their gains and losses that would assist the person in the present life along
with observations on the persons present life. On occasion during the reading
sometimes other observations, like an aside, would be made.
was one of those cases that provided additional information.The reading has sat in the archives for over
seven decades with that curious statement that “something in the soil” helps
prevent suicide. Though there are many causes for suicide, major causes are
considered from mental health issues such as stress, depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
Until recently this has enigmatic
statement has lain fallow.
In the 1940’s
the idea that something in the soil could help prevent suicide or stress is not
something that medical science would have been seriously considered, or the
source of such an idea, to state kindly. .Yet, here, over seventy years later is the scientific evidence that the
reading was correct.
is once more providing validating evidence for the material contained in the Cayce
readings. Recent investigations confirmed by multiple medical researchers have
found certain soil based bacterium reduce stress and anxiety.
“A new study just revealed a big one concealed by bacteria
living in the dirt beneath us, and it could move us closer to the development
of the long-theorized “stress vaccine."
The researchers injected the rodents with M. vaccae prior to
exposing them to a stressful event, and the shots both prevented a “PTSD-like
syndrome” in the short-term and diminished stress reactions later on.”
article on this recent research it states:
…the bacteria injection “significantly improved patient
quality of life,” O’Brien wrote in the paper detailing the findings. Her
patients were happier, expressed more vitality, and better cognitive
Researchers have already found clear evidence that childhood
exposure to outdoor microbes is linked to a more robust immune system; for
example, Bavarian farm children who spent time in family animal stables and
drank farm milk had drastically lower rates of asthma and allergies throughout
their lives than their neighbors who did not.
Dirt has a microbiome, and it may double as an
antidepressant by Zoë Schlanger, May 30, 2017.
readings time and time again continued to be validated in multiple different categories.
It’s time to pause and ponder such validations for the greater ramifications on the overall contents of the Readings. It
could be world changing.