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Ken Finton

Edgar Cayce was a man with little or no understanding of the physical universe, a charlatan with delusion on his mind and illusions streaming across his tongue.

Physically, we need to understand that time is an illusion of appearance, that the only time that ever existed is NOW and all things are contained within it. These things are defined by observation. Who or what this observer IS or IS NOT is the only vital question. 

All things are in the now and electrically connected or potentially connected in nature. The very IDEA of the past spills away into observable traces nestled in nature's long memory of historical events. Observable physical traces of these natural memories is what we call the past, going back billions of years. 

For time travel to work, there must be time. Since time is not an absolute, there is no time travel. 

For past life experiences and visions to work, there must be an electrical data retrieval system that reconfigures those events that already had their time to exist as the now passed through and made manifest their potential ability to exist and be observed. 

Such a recording system would have to exist in the now and hold all of the potential occurrences in the universe within it. 

This could only be pure consciousness, something that always was and always will be. 

Further, this pure consciousness would not be concerned with the potential events – past, present, or future – by the very definition of being pure consciousness. The concern, should it be called concern at all, would be with bringing existence into being in an eternal now that contained all potential events. 

The world is far more complex than Edgar Cayce ever dreamed it to be.