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Chapter 29
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Cayce & World War II


"
The World On Fire"

 

 

 

Introduction

Cayce’s readings continued to provide highly accurate predictions about the escalation of the fire, the U.S. entry into the effort to fight it, the establishment of peace, and the return to normalcy within a new world order.

He never missed a beat on the beginning of the war. Throughout the 1930's Cayce had insisted that direct American involvement in the wars of Europe and Asia was not inevitable. He gave three more statements in 1939 which claimed that the issue depended upon the will of the American people. But in September 1939, twenty days after Hitler invaded Poland he predicted as we find, there are the indications that there will be involvement in the long run of practically ALL of the nations - directly or indirectly. Two months later Cayce added that a sad experience will be for this land through forty-two and three ('42 and '43). Even as late as June 1940, with rapid advances everywhere by the Germans and the Japanese, Cayce held that the U.S. was not necessarily going to war in 1940, but he carefully warned that after June 1941 as we find, those temperaments and tendencies are in those directions...be careful.

In June of 1940 Cayce delivered a wide ranging prophecy about the development of World War II and U.S. involvement in it. The only thing left unclear was the timing. Without naming Japan, he obliquely predicted the cause of the U.S. entering the war: When many of the isles of the sea, many of the lands, have come under the subjugation of those who fear not man nor the devil, but rather would associate with that in which they may proclaim MIGHT and power as being right in that of the superman...then shall thine own land see the blood flow. Cayce pointed to conquests of isles of the sea as the precursor for U.S. entry and then he went on to predict that eventually all of the activities of the Axis powers will be destroyed: the outcome of those activities in Europe, in Africa, in Asia...ALL will be broken up.

Two months later, August 1940, Cayce still refused to admit that U.S. involvement in the war was inevitable but he observed that it was already indirectly at war: we do not find it NECESSARILY so that there will be the entrance into the war directly; there already is indirectly. At the time of this answer, the U.S. was operating its famous "lendlease" program, under which the U.S. was supplying Great Britain with massive quantities of armaments to defend itself against the Germans in Europe and the Japanese in Asia.

In a prediction which is often misused as an Earth Changes prophecy, Cayce accurately described six major locations of war conflict for the first two weeks of May 1941: Watch for them near Davis Strait in the attempts there for the keeping of the life line to a land open...in Libya and in Egypt, in Ankara and in Syria, through the straits about those areas above Australia, in the Indian Ocean and the Persian Gulf.

In August of 1941, Cayce signaled inside of a heavy veil that the war was about to broaden again: as has been and is indicated, unusual combinations are being made; and those individual groups or nations that have heretofore manifested friendly or brotherly relationships are now soon to be as enemies. He could only have been talking about the U.S. He went on to describe how the war would unfold: many of the battle fields of the present will be ocean, will be the seas, the bays. It was only when American naval forces had defeated German submarines and Japanese naval task forces that the way was prepared for the Allied land invasions which finished off the war.

In September 1939 Cayce claimed that the exact duration of World War II could not be predicted because there were too many factors involved, he merely said this is the breaking up of many a nation. But he gave an enigmatic signal about the ending of the war: the apparent condition is that it will be settled unexpectedly, through unexpected sources or channels; but a long time for many individuals. A month later he predicted if it goes through the year of 1939, it'll go through '41 and '42!

In August 1941, even before the U.S. had entered the war, Cayce gave a decisively clear prediction of the end of WW2: much may be accomplished when in '45 to '46 peace again rules in the earth. He repeated these years again in January 1942 and advised that the aftermath of the war would not be as chaotic as the aftermath of World War I. In May 1942 he predicted that normality would return in about two to two and a half years after the war has been declared closed, or after the fighting has ceased. which was precisely correct. By January 1948 the post war recovery was in evidence.

To this point, Cayce’s accuracy rate about the great breakup and the world on fire was about 99%.. He was only wrong once, about Mussolini leaning eventually to peace. But now Cayce faltered. In November 1942, he began to predict that Germany would request an armistice and cease hostilities. As we find, within ten months they will cease. This means actual hostilities, it will be much longer before there is a peace. Cayce incorrectly predicted three additional times an ending of hostilities with the Germans for various dates in 1943 and 1944. Interestingly, these dates all correspond with the periods in which a dozen or more efforts which were made to assassinate Hitler. But all of the plots failed, and so did Cayce's predictions about three dates for an armistice. Cayce’s prediction was much more accurate about the end of the war with Japan, if less specific: In December 1943 he predicted that the war with Japan would end much later, but more sudden in its close.


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Scoreboard For Cayce's World War II Predictions

SOURCE

TOT

REP

NOVER

ADVICE

NET

FAIL

PASS

PEND

SCORE

Total World On Fire

45

6

0

18

21

3

18

0

85.71%

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