CAYCE'S DOOMSDAY PROPHECIES FOR THE END OF THE MILLENNIUM FAILED TO OCCUR
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dgar Cayce (left) is known as one of America's greatest psychics, but he was wrong about the momentous events he predicted for 1999. In the 1930s, Cayce sensed that the final days were upon us, and he felt compelled to write in his diary:
We are now in the midst of the condition, and it is all around us. The changes are coming about."

    In The Lost Memoirs of Edgar Cayce, compiled and edited A. Robert Smith (ARE Press), Cayce warns:

Portions of the Earth are going to be wiped away in the coming years. I feel very sure of that. The Earth changes will start in the final years before the new Millennium, and the sea will cover the western part of our nation."
    Cayce was mistaken in his prophet's vision, we all lived through 1999 and our country was not covered in sea water.

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