On April 9, 1932, Cayce (in a trance) was asked when changes in the earth's activity would be apparent. Cayce answered, 'When there is the first breaking up of some conditions in the South Sea (that's South Pacific, to be sure) and those as apparent in the sinking or rising of that that's almost opposite same, or in the Mediterranean, or Etna area, then we may know it has begun."
Prediction Five: The New World
THE PSYCHICS DON'T END IT there. Goodman's compilation of predictions go as far as 2030, when "millenium-like conditions start to prevail; agriculture uses prayer to control rainfall and crop growths; psychics used to guide all scientific research."
Certainly, if any of this is real, the mood of life in 2078 can hardly be imagined now-no more than the mood of 1978 would have been imaginable to a farmer in Hollywood in 1878.
There are wonders ahead of us. They are, awesome-and awe is a quality made as much of fear as of delight.
"Oh, everything falls," said little Nina, looking at, the Capitol Dome. The poet Rilke put it a bit more specifically: "We play with obscure forces, which we cannot lay hold of, by the names we give them, as children play with fire, and it seems for a moment as if all the energy had lain unused in things until we come to apply it to our transitory life and its needs. But repeatedly ... these forces shake off their names and rise . . .against their little lords, no, not even against... they simply rise, and civilizations fall from the shoulders of the earth."