Edgar Cayce Speaks About The Arcturian Alien Race [VIDEO]

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“Arcturus is the highest civilization in our galaxy,” said Edgar Cayce, a prophet who lived between the years of 1877-1945.

Further details of Cayce’s life and work are explored in the classic book, There is a River (1942), by Thomas Sugrue, available in hardback, paperback, or audio book versions.


The idea of an alien life form that has been visiting Earth from Arcturus is frequently associated with the writings of Edgar Cayce.

According to Cayce, the Arcturians are a ‘fifth dimensional‘ life-form. They are highly advanced both technically and spiritually.

Since his early writing of this Race of Aliens, Edgar Cayce has been referred to the father of theArcturians.

Today, many people have discovered the different way to communicate with the Arcturian Aliens; however, only one has been deeded the most sure way.


Because Arcturian Aliens exist in different dimensions (not just the fifth dimension) it is now known that to communicate with the higher planes of existence, one must enter into a dream state.


In this dream state many believe that Edgar Cayce entered into direct communication with the Arcturian Aliens.

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  1. Of course there here look what the humans are doing to the earth an each other

  2. Arcturians are the most tech advanced race in space from what I heard. From what sources say the are also the most respected

  3. Well if they do exsist… the gov. should tell us.. lets start there first.

  4. Matthew Flores check this out.

  5. Much to say, but not on facebook 😉

  6. Annmarie Burton Kaylo

  7. They have been searching through human genetic codes as they are given birth to to personalities and persons of intelligence for specific sequencing outcomes.

    They have monitored, observed, the disorder injected into and by third parties in attempt to subvert or otherwise hijack the universe’s combat of Wills since that period long since past idealized as ‘the fall’ which was nothing less than an intention of rebellion but in reality the very basis in which the outcome was set to course all these many many millennia.

    The culmination of events is imminent and the final manifestation is all that’s now left to bear witness to as the ages long longing comes to fruition.

  8. Well…they must be very disappointed in the vast majority of humans.

  9. If they are in the 5th dimension. We would not be able to perceive them. They would literally stand right next to you and you would no know it..

    • Unless you have access to that dimension!!!

    • Yes, except we don’t we are 3 dimensional beings. We have physics and mathematics to describe and understand it. 11 dimensions are required for String Threory, M Theory and Super Symetry Physics.

      But we are still “stuck” on a three dimensional “black board” and Anyone in a higher dimension has the “chalk”. Lol

      • nandakumarcheiro.nandakumar@gmail.com' Sankaravelayudhan Nandakumar says:

        Citation:Twelve type plasma folding on quantum liquid by compression the existence of a new boson and field, similar to the Higgs boson by changing the electrical field of rotational frequency for higher plane DNA evolutions by having more than 4 ATGU phases as applicable higher plane aliens bsedon mulyipole generations

        “Arcturus is the highest civilization in our galaxy,” said Edgar Cayce, a prophet who lived between the years of 1877-1945. The idea of an alien life form that has been visiting Earth from Arcturus is frequently associated with the writings of Edgar Cayce. According to Cayce, the Arcturians are a ‘fifth dimensional‘ life-form. They are highly advanced both technically and spiritually. Because Arcturian Aliens exist in different dimensions (not just the fifth dimension) it is now known that to communicate with the higher planes of existence, one must enter into a dream state.

        A possible dimentional stretching upto 12 pale multipole evolution may be contemplated
        Aleins may transform infrared light into visible light Strong coupling of stretching vibrations occurs when there is a common atom between the two vibrating bonds. Coupling of bending vibrations occurs when there is a common bond between vibrating groups. Coupling between a stretching vibration and a bending vibration occurs if the stretching bond is one side of an angle varied by bending vibration

        For a molecule to absorb IR, the vibrations or rotations within a molecule must cause a net change in the dipole moment of the molecule. The alternating electrical field of the radiation (remember that electromagnetic radiation consists of an oscillating electrical field and an oscillating magnetic field, perpendicular to each other) interacts with fluctuations in the dipole moment of the molecule. If the frequency of the radiation matches the vibrational frequency of the molecule then radiation will be absorbed, causing a change in the amplitude of molecular vibration. Coupling is greatest when the coupled groups have approximately equal energies. No coupling is seen between groups separated by two the blue spheres represent iron atoms and the red arrows show the direction of their magnetic moments. At room temperature, the iron atoms sit on a square lattice (see image, top right) with their magnetic moments oriented in a random fashion. Upon cooling, the material undergoes a structural transition forming a rectangular lattice. This transition, which is referred to as “nematic order,” is accompanied by magnetic order (middle right). However, the emergence of a new magnetic phase discovered in this neutron powder diffraction study shows that some materials return to a square lattice with ordered magnetic moments prior to the onset of superconductivity (bottom right). This is consistent with theoretical predictions that magnetic interactions drive the restoration of four-fold symmetry when they are weakened by chemical doping, close to the onset of superconductivity. There is a small doping range where magnetism and superconductivity coexist; this is where the new magnetic phase is seen by neutron diffraction. The observations thus provide strong evidence that magnetism drives both the nematic order and its eventual destruction prior to the emergence of superconductivity for more bonding along multipoles of ATGU bases.
        A key element of this understanding is the process that makes electrons combine into so-called “Cooper pairs” when the material is cooled below the critical temperature. In classical superconductors, these Cooper pairs are formed thanks to electron-phonon coupling, an interaction between electrons carrying the electrical current and collective vibrations of ATGU bases. Using high-intensity pulses of infrared light, scientists found evidence of superconductivity associated with charge ‘stripes’ in ATGU bases
        Journal Reference:
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        2. Flight: Research examines wing shapes to reduce vortex and wake
        3. N. W. Rosemann, J. P. Eussner, A. Beyer, S. W. Koch, K. Volz, S. Dehnen, S. Chatterjee. A highly efficient directional molecular white-light emitter driven by a continuous-wave laser diode. Science, 2016; 352 (6291): 1301 DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf6138
        4. It’s not an illusion: Transforming infrared into visible light
        5. Stefano Aghion, Claude Amsler, Germano Bonomi, Roberto S. Brusa, Massimo Caccia, Ruggero Caravita, Fabrizio Castelli, Giovanni Cerchiari, Daniel Comparat, Giovanni Consolati, Andrea Demetrio, Lea Di Noto, Michael Doser, Craig Evans, Mattia Fanì, Rafael Ferragut, Julian Fesel, Andrea Fontana, Sebastian Gerber, Marco Giammarchi, Angela Gligorova, Francesco Guatieri, Stefan Haider, Alexander Hinterberger, Helga Holmestad, Alban Kellerbauer, Olga Khalidova, Daniel Krasnický, Vittorio Lagomarsino, Pierre Lansonneur, Patrice Lebrun, Chloé Malbrunot, Sebastiano Mariazzi, Johann Marton, Victor Matveev, Zeudi Mazzotta, Simon R. Müller, Giancarlo Nebbia, Patrick Nedelec, Markus Oberthaler, Nicola Pacifico, Davide Pagano, Luca Penasa, Vojtech Petracek, Francesco Prelz, Marco Prevedelli, Benjamin Rienaecker, Jacques Robert, Ole M. Røhne, Alberto Rotondi, Heidi Sandaker, Romualdo Santoro, Lillian Smestad, Fiodor Sorrentino, Gemma Testera, Ingmari C. Tietje, Eberhard Widmann, Pauline Yzombard, Christian Zimmer, Johann Zmeskal, Nicola Zurlo, Massimiliano Antonello. Compression of a mixed antiproton and electron non-neutral plasma to high densities. The European Physical Journal D, 2018; 72 (4) DOI: 10.1140/epjd/e2018-80617-x
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  10. You might have to wait till you read my books ??

  11. These no fifth demenion

  12. Arcturian general Newryt of the athena spaceship 🙂 sesrch

  13. Would love to meet an alien, know g you ain’t the only life source.. star treks

  14. 10207132678490240@facebook.com' Pip Allon says:

    Why not? It is highly probable……..

  15. soon we will be meeti ng them !

  16. shelvymaya@gmail.com' Shelvy says:

    I have seen them about five or six times in my dream states. They look exactly like in the pictures above.

  17. raoulramirez007@gmail.com' Fine Line says:

    Edgar Cayce has been a fascination for me since the first book. I have no educated response to any of this. I think it is a brilliant peek hole into what we are left to understand. I am cooking a turkey dinner this week and the Arcturians are so invited to come and absorb it.

  18. raoulramirez007@gmail.com' Fine_line says:

    The Arcturians are the most respected beings out there they won the Intergallatic Softball Classic 5’000 years in a row bro. Give it up.
    But for real they are out there.

  19. nandakumarcheiro.nandakumar@gmail.com' Sankaravelayudhan Nandakumar says:

    This is what happened in case of doctor suffered a lot due to stomach pain got cured by the spirit of his sister during a dream(Refer:Book Telepathic practice by Maraimalai Adighal)Based on real story ofAmerican Doctor Hallbrooklyn during 1870 cured by his sister who came in his dream by striking a lightning simulation into his brain which spread up to his toe and cured him which wsa a Medical wonder
    Citation:Mystical dream during his illness made Alan Watts into a great philosopher of self realization
    Dr Jess Buxton is a Senior Lecturer in Medical Genetics at Kingston University London. Her scientific interests lie in understanding the contribution of genetic variation and genomic integrity to human disease. During her early career, she investigated the molecular pathology underlying the genetic conditions myotonic dystrophy and Angelman syndrome. More recently, she has worked on the identification of genetic and epigenetic factors associated with complex traits, particularly obesity and telomere length – an indicator of cellular ageing and an independent risk factor for age-related metabolic dysfunction.
    A classic example is the guillotine dream of Alfred Maury (1817-1892) , a French physician who wrote Le Sommeil et les Reves (“Sleep and Dreams”, 1861, revised 1878), a treatise on dreams that influenced Freud (he was also the first to describe the hypnagogic hallucinations we often experience while falling asleep). One night, Maury dreamed that he was on trial during the French Revolution and sentenced to death. He was led to the guillotine, and felt the blade sever his head from his body — at which point he awakened to find that the headboard of his bed had fallen, and was resting on the back of his neck. From this, Maury concluded that his dream had occurred instantaneously in response to the tactile sensation of the headboard on his neck. Or, as we might put it today, the entire dream was a reconstruction, in memory, based on that sensation.
    The Interpretation of Dreams begins by reviewing the scientific literature on dreams available at the turn of the century — a literature that is surprisingly large, but which Freud found unsatisfactory. For example, it was known that we can remember things in dreams that we cannot remember while awake, and that we often forget our dreams soon after awakening. Moreover, the mental life of the sleeper appeared to be quite different from that of waking consciousness. Dreams were full of rich and vivid sensory images and appear involuntary, while normal thought is deliberate and commonly based on language. These and other observations raised the question of the nature of dreams, and whether they have any adaptive purpose
    We are all mutants. Every characteristic that defines our species is the result of a genetic mutation somewhere in the history of evolution. And the same is true for every other organism on the planet. Yet more often than not we think about mutations as bad, leading to disability or disease.But a strange thing happened in case of Alan Watts. Despite sophisticated systems to detect and repair copying errors as they occur, some occasionally slip through the net. Most result in what are called “point mutations”, as they involve just a single DNA letter change. Yet even these can sometimes lead to big changes, altering genes and the proteins they produce. This in turn can affect the way the body grows or works.
    But we also know that categorising mutations as good or bad can sometimes be very difficult. Often it depends on context, for example whether the mutation helps the organism use a particular food source or fight off a disease present during its lifetime. And some mutations can be beneficial if just one copy is inherited
    The most difficult thing for man is the realization that he himself is God and non other than God inside and outside who fianlly concludes that “I am the Lord, and there is none else. I form the light and create the darkness: I make peace, and create evil. I, the Lord, do all these things.” This is the sense of the fundamental tenet of Hinduism, Tat tvam asi—”THAT (i.e., “that subtle Being of which this whole universe is composed”) art thou.” Everything vanishes from himself for amixing with the nature as observed by J.Krishnamoorthy..
    Watts also later wrote of a mystical dream he experienced while ill with a fever as a child. “Shortly after I had first begun to study Indian and Chinese philosophy, I was sitting one night by the fire, trying to make out what was the right attitude of mind for meditation as it is practiced in Hindu and Buddhist disciplines. It seemed to me that several attitudes were possible, but as they appeared mutually exclusive and contradictory I was trying to fit them into one—all to no purpose. Finally, in sheer disgust, I decided to reject them all and to have no special attitude of mind whatsoever. In the force of throwing them away it seemed that I threw myself away as well, for quite suddenly the weight of my own body disappeared. I felt that I owned nothing, not even a self, and that nothing owned me. The whole world became as transparent and unobstructed as my own mind; the “problem of life” simply ceased to exist, and for about eighteen hours I and everything around me felt like the wind blowing across a field on an autumn day.”
    The second time, a few years later, came after a period when I had been attempting to practice what Buddhists cal “recollection” (smriti) or constant attention of the immediate present, as distinct from the usual distracted rambling of reminiscence and anticipation. But in discussing it one evening, someone said to me, “But why try to live in the present? Surely we are always completely in the present even when we’re thinking about the past or the future?” This, actually quite obvious, remark again brought on the sudden senstation of having no weight. At the same time, the present seemed to become a kind of moving stillness, an eternal stream from which neither I nor anything could deviate. I saw that everything,. just as it is now, is IT—is the whole point of there being life and a universe. I saw that when the Upanishads said, “That art thou!” or “Al this world is Brahman,” they meant just exactly what they said. Each thing, each event, each experience in its inescapable nowness and in all its own particular individuality was precisely what it should be, and so much so that it acquired a divine authority and originality. It struck me with the fullest clarity that none of this depended on my seeing it to be so; that was the way things were, whether I understood it or not, and if I did not understand, that was IT too. Furthermore, I felt that I now understood what Christianity might mean by the love of God—namely, that despite the commonsensical imperfection of things, they were nonetheless loved by God just as they are, and that this loving of them was at the same time the godding of them. This time the vivid sensation of lightness and clarity lasted a full week.”
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    Watts also later wrote of a mystical dream he experienced while ill with a fever as a child. “Shortly after I had first begun to study Indian and Chinese philosophy, I was sitting one night by the fire, trying to make out what was the right attitude of mind for meditation as it is practiced in Hindu and Buddhist disciplines. It seemed to me that several attitudes were possible, but as they appeared mutually exclusive and contradictory I was trying to fit them into one—all to no purpose. Finally, in sheer disgust, I decided to reject them all and to have no special attitude of mind whatsoever. In the force of throwing them away it seemed that I threw myself away as well, for quite suddenly the weight of my own body disappeared. I felt that I owned nothing, not even a self, and that nothing owned me. The whole world became as transparent and unobstructed as my own mind; the “problem of life” simply ceased to exist, and for about eighteen hours I and everything around me felt like the wind blowing across a field on an autumn day.”
    The second time, a few years later, came after a period when I had been attempting to practice what Buddhists cal “recollection” (smriti) or constant attention of the immediate present, as distinct from the usual distracted rambling of reminiscence and anticipation. But in discussing it one evening, someone said to me, “But why try to live in the present? Surely we are always completely in the present even when we’re thinking about the past or the future?” This, actually quite obvious, remark again brought on the sudden senstation of having no weight. At the same time, the present seemed to become a kind of moving stillness, an eternal stream from which neither I nor anything could deviate. I saw that everything,. just as it is now, is IT—is the whole point of there being life and a universe. I saw that when the Upanishads said, “That art thou!” or “Al this world is Brahman,” they meant just exactly what they said. Each thing, each event, each experience in its inescapable nowness and in all its own particular individuality was precisely what it should be, and so much so that it acquired a divine authority and originality. It struck me with the fullest clarity that none of this depended on my seeing it to be so; that was the way things were, whether I understood it or not, and if I did not understand, that was IT too. Furthermore, I felt that I now understood what Christianity might mean by the love of God—namely, that despite the commonsensical imperfection of things, they were nonetheless loved by God just as they are, and that this loving of them was at the same time the godding of them. This time the vivid sensation of lightness and clarity lasted a full week.”

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