Edgar Cayce predicted current downturn in early 1900s

Discussion in 'Trading' started by npnotesin, Jul 4, 2009.

  1. http://near-death.com/experiences/cayce11.html

    'Cayce described a long term economic cycle of 24 to 25 years which predicts depressions and major recessions. Starting with a base year of 1907, every 24th or 25th year precisely describes an economic downturn. Based on Cayce's definition, the next major depression is forecast for the year 2006 or 2007. The cycle does not describe all of the downturns but it definitely describes the worst downturns'
  2. jprad


    Cayce also said the Great Pyramid was built in 10,500 B.C.

    Carbon dating of the site said he was only off by about 7,000 years...
  3. charts


    ... priceless :)
  4. bighog

    bighog Guest

    must be a distant cousin of nitro
  5. jprad


    Yes, it is...

    Because, it was the Edgar Cayce Foundation who funded the dating project.

    In the end they proved that the Egyptologists who had said the pyramid was built around 3,000B.C. were only off by around 400 years while Edgar was off by a couple and a half millennia.
  6. and if it didn't happen, no one would be complaining that he was wrong. If 100 people predict a major downturn each year, a few of them will look like geniuses and the missed call will not be remembered for the rest of them...

    It is PROBability, not ability

    For many years, whoever was US president during the 20 year cycle (..., 20s, 40s 60s, ...) died in office. In 1980 and 2000, nothing happened. It was just a coincidence.