Edgar Cayce mentioned 11:11 one time in his readings, yet this observation has gone relatively unnoticed until now.
In Edgar’s reading, 900-429, he stated:
The first lesson for six months should be One-One-One-One (1-1-1-1); Oneness of God, oneness of man’s relation, oneness of force, oneness of time, oneness of purpose, Oneness in every effort-Oneness- Oneness!
Edgar was known as the sleeping prophet. His work was transcribed by his secretary, Gladys Davis, who possibly wrote down the literal and phonetically spoken words of “one, one, one, one” instead of the actual number, 11:11.
Ask yourself this: Why isn’t the word “and” in between the third and fourth “one”. If the intention was to use the actual word, “one”, then grammatically speaking, the sentence should have read, “one, one and one.” This was not the case.
Let’s rewrite the sentence the way Edgar may have intended:
The first lesson for six months should be 11:11; Oneness of God, oneness of man’s relation, oneness of force, oneness of time, oneness of purpose, Oneness in every effort-Oneness- Oneness!
Perhaps Edgar knew about the 11:11 phenomena and foretold about this in his readings?
So what does this mean?
When you see 11:11 (or any other consistent synchronistic number), you should be focusing on what you are either doing or thinking about at that particular moment and then try to relate your thought(s) to how they connect to man’s relation, force, purpose, and efforts.
Many people are asking about 11:11 along with other sequential numbers that consistently repeat themselves. Did Edgar Cayce tap into the global consciousness of the future by clearly stating 11:11? Is it possible that his vision was about the phenomena behind the synchronistic number of 11:11?
In this writer’s opinion, Edgar Cayce spoke these words exactly the way they were meant to be written: 11:11.
What does 11:11 mean to you? Comment below!
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