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Keely Russell Cayce Commonalities

To show commonalities between the ideas of John Keely, Walter Russell and Edgar Cayce. This comparison will be a bit difficult to grasp as they each came at these subjects from different perspectives, with different intents, meanings and backgrounds and used their own unique language or jargon. These differences aside it will be shown their philosophies are in essence identical. Pay attention to the intended meaning and not so much the words. The following are but a few of the many examples where the ideas of these men coincide thus offering us an opportunity to glean a broader understanding of ourselves, nature and relationships between the two.

God is Mind or Consciousness


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Vibration in Modes


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Russell
  • "Nature has a different way of playing seesaw. Instead of oscillating upon a continually extended lever, the wave extensions of polarity withdraw into their fulcrums and re-extend by turning inside-out and outside-in.
  • The constitution of matter cannot be known until this principle of reversals is comprehended.
  • Nature plays seesaw with matter and space as opposite mates. It is though an ant and an elephant played the game. When they interchange, the ant swells to the elephant's volume and the elephant shrinks to the volume of the ant. Both are of equal potential, however, for the solidity of one balances the tenuity of the other.
  • The cause of continued motion and sequential reversals lies in the two opposed conditions of matter. The compressed center heats and heat expands, while tenuous space cools and cold contracts. The necessary reversals of Nature's wave-lever, because of difference in volume between the ant and elephant, produce the same effect by throwing the players out of balance with their fulcrums." [Walter Russell, A New Concept of the Universe, page 70-71]
Cayce
  • Q-8:...what is meant by the three different vibrations, back and forth, side, and circular?
  • A-8: These are as the fundamental forces of vibration as it applies to the material and spiritual forces in all activities that become magnified in a material plane." Cayce (281-6)

Light (of Mind)


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  • "What is Light? That from which, through which, in which may be found all things, out of which all things come. Thus the first of everything which may be visible in earth, in heaven and in space is of that Light, IS that Light." Cayce (2533-8)

Law of Love connects and powers everything.


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  • ''"Well that the entity, or all, know that the law of love, or love as law, is cause and effect; or each impulse has its own corresponding reaction in thought, life, mental, physical and material. Not understood by some!
  • "Each thought, as things, has its seed, and if planted, or when sown in one or another grounds, brings its own fruit; for thoughts are things, and as their currents run must bring their own seed." Cayce (288-29)

Centers about which forces circulate


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Russell
  • "Behold, I am within all things centering them; and I am without all things controlling them, but I am not those things which I center in them and control in space surrounding them. I am the center of My universe of Me, Everywhere I am is the center of all things, and I am everywhere." Russell, The Secret of Light
Cayce
  • "Gravity may be considered a negative force, for it tends to balance the positive forces. Gravitational forces are vibratory forces and might be defined as the centralization of vibratory forces ready to be changed into power by non-activity." Cayce (195-70)

First Cause


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  • "All effects and dimensions of first cause begin with the birth of each light unit.
  • "Each point in the universe is the center of the universe. Each point is the beginning and the end of each ten octave swing of the cosmic pendulum.
  • "Each new-born corpuscle, or light unit, is a center of disturbance from which the entire universe responds to its alternating electromagnetic pulsations.
  • "Motion, once started, never ceases until it has run the entire gamut of the ten octave range, from which point it begins again.
  • "The light unit of the highest octave and lowest potential eventually becomes a light unit of the lowest octave and highest potential.
  • "Light units are omnipresent throughout the universe.
  • "All effects of thinking are omnipresent throughout the universe.
  • "Nothing is which is not universal.
  • "Light units are the beginning and the end of that super-majestic illusion which man calls "creation."
  • "They constitute all that man calls "created things," which in truth are creating, evolving things.
  • "The creating of these corpuscles is as continuous as thinking is continuous."The Universal One, page 63
Cayce
  • "Hence it [First Cause] is the force that is called Lord, God, Jehovah, Yah, Ohum (Ohm?), Abba and the like. Hence the activity that is seen of any element in the material plane is a manifestation of that first cause. One Force. And, as seen and stated above, a record in a phonograph is made up of elements of a certain combination of that which has become in manifested form in certain movements in relation to the first cause, for the projection (and does project) by natural Laws; as the physical or material Laws, then, are the reflection or shadow of spiritual Laws. See? And these then make for, under certain Laws, certain words, certain regulations, the retaining of that (through one of these elements or attributes of consciousness) which has passed before it; or that has been indented upon this element in this rate of activity of a first cause or first principle that is in movement, and unless in movement is not capable of being manifested in a material world. For, the movement itself (to make applicable another law) draws about a nucleus the positive and negative forces as to bring into visibility from one sphere or realm to another that force or power. Or it has lost that which makes for the raising or reducing of such vibrations as for the force, the power, the first cause, to become active in this or that or the other realm of consciousness. Cayce (254-67)

Mind is Deemed a Force


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New Era of Consciousness


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Russell
  • "The new age of cosmic man which is now unfolding for the saving of mankind from self-suicide by the barbaric dealings of man with man is a transition from believers in a far-off God of fear, whom they fear, to knowers of a universal God of Love, Whom they love. [Walter Russell, Home Study Course, vol. 2, page 94]
Cayce
  • "Study more to understand that each at all times stands in the presence of that Power, that Force, that brings to each the power of knowing self in a material world. Each act, each thought of each body adds to the bringing about of His Kingdom in the earth, or adds to that which prevents it from becoming manifest in this material plane . . ." Cayce (911-6)

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