Vulcan Philosophy, Edgar Cayce & Astrology

Here are some Vulcan proverbs of which Edgar Cayce might approve:

“Nothing unreal exists.”

 Unreleased movie footage of Spock being infantile.

“Nothing that is is unimportant.”

“We are here to serve.”

“My mind to your mind… my thoughts to your thoughts…”

These are words used during Vulcan mind melds as well as by Professor Charles Francis Xavier in The X-Men #3 (January 1964).  To render the Infinite finite is one of the reasons that Edgar Cayce says we’re here.  Heartfelt empathy is a good path.

“The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or the one.” 

Edgar Cayce mentions self-crucifixion, in an unrelated way, twice:

…”In that day did they call upon the name of the Lord” (Genesis 4:26) –is right! and ever, when the elements that make for littleness, uncleanness, are crucified in the body, The Spirit of the Lord, of God, is present.”  5748-1

“In Egypt, that which had been the basis of all the teachings in those of the temple, and the after actions of the crucifying of self in relationships to ideals that make for the abilities of carrying on that called to be done.” (re. what Christ learned abroad) 2067-11

‘The teachings in those of the temple’ would include the teachings of Ra Ta, who Edgar Cayce had been in a past life.

“In accepting the inevitable, one finds peace.”

Acceptance isn’t a Cayce topic but ‘Accepting what is’ is a basic tenet of Byron Katie who writes that it’s a necessary precursor to finding peace.

“Not my will but Yours, o Lord.” is a common Cayce affirmation

LOGIC

“Logic is the cement of our civilization, with which we ascend from chaos, using reason as our guide.

“Logic is the beginning, not the end, of Wisdom.”

Possibly derived from “Doubt is the beginning, not the end of Wisdom.”  George Illes (1852 – 1942)

The closest that Edgar Cayce comes to mentioning logic is ‘Logos’ with regards to Astrology and Ancient Persian Charts being Logos or “charts that have been set”.  826-8  Astronomy and astrology mirrored each other more closely therein.

Dictionary definition of logos = In philosophy the rational principle that governs and develops the universe.  In ideology the word incarnate in Jesus Christ.

“Live Long and Prosper”

 “Peace and Long Life” (common appropriate response)

Note: Leonard Nimoy passed away the day after this blog was posted.

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