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Thread: Cayce - John Bainbridge

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    raistlinflux Guest

    Default Cayce - John Bainbridge


    i was wondering, since i remember that on the cayce-wilcock
    connection there is a mention of john bainbridge. i assume that this
    person would also look quite like david and edgar cayce. so i was
    wondering if anyone knew any way to find information on this
    historical john bainbridge. who was he? when did he live? and most
    importantly.... is there a picture of this guy anywhere???

    i think if there was, it would add a lot of credibility (to the
    existing one). i think it would be interesting in the least!

    what do you guys think?

    vlad


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    David Wilcock Guest

    Default RE: Cayce - John Bainbridge


    i was wondering, since i remember that on the cayce-wilcock
    connection there is a mention of john bainbridge. i assume that this
    person would also look quite like david and edgar cayce. so i was
    wondering if anyone knew any way to find information on this
    historical john bainbridge. who was he? when did he live? and most
    importantly.... is there a picture of this guy anywhere???

    dw: as far as i know, the cayce people have searched for just that for a
    long, long time ... but i have never heard of someone actually
    succeeding. however, the tools to do such a search online are far
    greater than they were in the 1930s and 40s.

    >i think if there was, it would add a lot of credibility (to the
    existing one). i think it would be interesting in the least!

    dw: interestingly, when i turned my orthodontist onto this story he
    looked at the two faces and said that we also had the exact same dental
    profile - which is also like a fingerprint. he was quite surprised by
    this and went into all sorts of technical detail that flew over my head
    with the jargon.

    this weekend is the biggest public airing of this case (in lecture
    format, at least, not radio) yet ... so things could get very
    interesting.

    peace be with you -

    - david


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    pugg1979 Guest

    Default Re: Cayce - John Bainbridge


    --- in asc2k@yahoogroups.com, "david wilcock" <djw333@i...> wrote:
    >
    > this weekend is the biggest public airing of this case (in lecture
    > format, at least, not radio) yet ... so things could get very
    > interesting.
    >
    > peace be with you -
    >
    > - david

    david, have you ever been been in contact with walter semkiw?
    seeing as how he is going to be at the same conference, do you think
    there's any chance that you'll get some more exposure through his
    research? i found it curious that he has the most well-known
    reincarnation cases on his website, but no mention of yours. good
    luck on your lecture,

    harrison koehli


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    msthoth Guest

    Default Re: Cayce - John Bainbridge


    dear all:

    --- in asc2k@yahoogroups.com, "raistlinflux" <raistlinflux@y...>
    wrote:<<snip>>> i was wondering, since i remember that on the cayce-
    wilcock connection there is a mention of john bainbridge. i assume
    that this person would also look quite like david and edgar cayce.

    ls: maybe i'm just incredibly dim, but i honestly don't know why we
    should care who david wilcock was in a former life. each and every
    one of has had many, many incarnations. because of the veiling
    effect in third density, it is very difficult to penetrate to
    memories of former lives during any one lifetime. there is a reason
    for this: wanderers are here, in service, often to others, but also
    are working on increasing their own polarization. having memories
    of former lives probably doesn't really help that much in
    accomplishing this goal. additionally, the experience of wandering
    under a veil, in the crucible of 3d, is to increase knowledge of all
    the different facets of the one, as it exists from one moment to the
    next-- experiencing the present, not the past or the future.

    i am not trying to de-value dw's choice to reveal his former
    lifetime as edgar cayce and publicize it, as it is his to make as a
    manifestitation of the one. i'm sure he has his reasons. however,
    i don't believe that it's really the best way to experience and be
    in the present moment, experiencing the love right now, by
    encouraging a premature lifting of the veil. i can appreciate that
    those that are not wanderers [which is most everyone] might find it
    an intriguing idea that they may have had other lives, and exploring
    the concept might be a way they can begin to appreciate the law of
    one. not everyone comes from a religious tradition that embraces
    the idea of reincarnation. this i can fully appreciate.

    but many of the folks on this list are wanderers. trying to get us
    interested in incarnation is a lot like preaching to the choir. our
    time can be better spent in other areas rather than speculating on
    who-looks-a-lot-like-what-famous-personality.

    just my opinion, of course.


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    raistlinflux Guest

    Default Re: Cayce - John Bainbridge


    hi, david,

    thanks for the reply, and good luck this weekend. it would be fun if
    you would share your thoughts, when you get a chance, about how it
    went!

    maybe bainbridge will find his way to us some day...

    vlad


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