Status: The Hall of Records manuscript is well developed but
requires at least another two months of editing and I would prefer another trip to Europe
before releasing it as a finished book. Some chapters will be made available from
this webpage during the first few months of 2000.
THE HALL OF RECORDS~ Thoth's Last Magical Act ~ by MW Mandeville
(C) as time draws nigh when changes are to come about there will be the opening of the temple or hall of records in Egypt... 11/12/33 5750-001 /23
This prediction made by Edgar Cayce in 1933 has become world famous. According to predictions made sixty years ago by a famous psychic, Edgar Cayce, we have come to a momentous moment in human history, the "reign of 1998" (referred to in other readings as the "period" of 1998), during which an ancient time vault in Egypt will be opened. Cayce, who made his predictions in the 1930's, called this time vault from 10,500 BC the "Hall Of Records" and told exactly where it was buried in front of Egypt's famous Sphinx. He claimed that the materials, artifacts, and communications in the Hall Of Records would prove that the legend of Atlantis is true and that human civilization is tens of thousands of years older than the 20th century believes.
Cayce made a great many additional statements about this "temple or hall of records". Four years after this one, while giving a life reading for "Mr. 1486", Cayce told him he had been named Axtentna in 10,500 BC and had served the Atlantean royal house of Alta:
11/26/37 1486-1 /27-30
Cayce rarely gave a complete story in one setting. All of his predictions and stories about the past are scattered among the 14,000 plus readings he gave during the course of his life. In other readings Cayce explained exactly how to find the Hall of Records and provided clues as to when it would be opened, along with a mystery or two:
10/29/33 0378-016 /11
07/01/32 5748-6 /17
10/29/33 0378-016 /5
Who will open the Hall of Records? Cayce wisely avoided feeding any egos:
01/19/34 3976-015 /16
Note: Citations are the dates, file numbers,
These statements made by Edgar Cayce during the 1930's comprise the essence of his Hall of Records Prophecy. Several hundred other statements add great depth and detail.
In several hundred readings Cayce provided a great range of details about truly ancient Egypt and the Hall of Records. When these are added together, they collectively tell a remarkably complete story about the destruction of Atlantis, the founding of Egypt, the creation of the Hall of Records and the contruction and purpose of the Sphinx and the Great Pyramid.
Much of this story was originally put together as the core of the story of the Phoenix in the Trilogy but it was eventually removed to make way for the scientific work which ended up forming the basis of Book Three.
Thus, the most interesting stories told by Cayce and the full Egyptian story of the Phoenix could not be told in the Trilogy. Thus, this sequel.
An early draft of about half of the material was publically available on the Iway for nearly three years but it has all been withdrawn. All of that material has been extensively revised and reorganized.
Table of Contents
Only Chapter 10 is currently posted on the Iway
Chapter 1 - The Quest Continues A Journey Into The Past
Chapter 2 - The Four Worlds Of Humanity
Chapter 3 - The Story of Atlantis
Chapter 4 - In The Sands Of Egypt As Above, So Below
Chapter 5 - The First Dynasty: The Triumph Of Seth
Chapter 6 - The Phoenix Project: The Birth Of Horus
Chapter 7 - The Sphinx Seshep Ankh Atum
Chapter 8 - The Great Pyramid: Hall Of Initiates
Chapter 9 - The Royal Treasury: The Carpathian Legacy
Chapter 10 - The Hall Of Records: Legacy From Atlantis
Chapter 11 The Sealed Room: Legacy From Atlantis
Chapter 12 - Opening The Mouth Of The Dead: In Amentet
Chapter 13 - On The Road To Rostau: In Red Sequined Pumps
Chapter 14 - Verification Of Cayce's Egypt
Chapter 15 - The Key To Cayce's Story Of Egypt
Chapter 16 - The Key To Cayce's Rostau
Chapter 17 - Key To The Hall of Records: As Time Draws Nigh
Appendix A: Tables & Illustrations
Appendix B: Bibliography of Cayce's Predictions
Bibliography of Sources