On the apocalypse events [L.R.]
From the unconscious state Edgar Cayce saw what he interpreted as a period from 1958 to 1998 when scientific, economic, political, social, and land changes would be accelerated.
Q. How soon will the changes in the earth’s activity begin to be apparent?
A. When there is the first breaking up of some conditions in the South Sea (that’s South Pacific, to be sure) and those conditions as apparent in the sinking or rising of that which is almost opposite to it, or in the Mediterranean, and the Aetna area. Then we may know it has begun.
(April 9, 1932) 270-35
As to the changes physical again: The earth will be broken up in the western portion of America. The greater portion of Japan must go into the sea. The upper portion of Europe will be changed as in the twinkling of an eye. Land will appear off the east coast of America. There will be the upheavals in the Arctic and in the Ant-arctic that will make for the eruption on volcanoes un the Torrid areas, and there will be the shifting then of the poles – so that where there have been frigid or semi-tropical lands there will become more tropical, and moss and fern will grow.
And these changes will begin in those periods in ’58 to ’98, when His Light will be seen again in the clouds. As to times, as to seasons, as to places, alone it is given to those who have named the Name – and who bear the Mark of those of His calling and His election in their bodies. To them it shall be given. (January 19, 1934) 3976-15
These changes in the earth will come to pass for the time and times and half time [Rev. 12:14] are at an end, and there begin those periods for the readjustments. For how hath He given? “The righteous shall inherit the earth”. Hast thou, my brethren, a heritage in the earth?
(June 30, 1936) 294-85
If there are the greater activities in Vesuvius or Pelee, then the southern coast of California – and the areas between Salt Lake and the southern portion of Nevada – may expect, within the three month following same, an inundation [caused] by the earthquakes. But these, as we find, are to be more in the southern than in the northern hemisphere. (1936) 270-35
The incredible Story. P. 80-81