Polarité, astrologie des creusets et dépression By-James Tyberonn

Les récents suicides de deux célébrités ont fait prendre conscience que la dépression clinique profonde affecte les gens de toutes les classes, de toutes les races et de tous les sexes.

Aux États-Unis, selon des statistiques récentes, le taux de suicide a augmenté de plus de 30% au cours de la dernière décennie. En fait, plus de 45 000 personnes se sont suicidées en Amérique, l'année dernière.

C'est plus du double du nombre d'homicides.

Edgar Cayce a donné plusieurs lectures sur le suicide et quelques lectures sur les causes et les remèdes de la dépression chronique.

Actuellement, la planète entière est enveloppée dans une énergie incroyablement intense de division extrême de la polarité. Cette énergie est extrême, et est une amalgamation de «l'astrologie des creusets», du changement planétaire, du rayonnement solaire et d'un cycle de reflux gravitationnel inhabituellement bas.

Tous ces éléments se combinent pour créer une multitude d'environnements vibratoires difficiles qui nécessitent une intégrité de l'ame et une stabilité émotionnelle pour naviguer de façon optimale.

Ces énergies combinées font surface toutes les énergies non résolues, en masse et individuellement, pour la résolution requise avant 2038.

Selon les lectures de Metatronic et d'Edgar Cayce, l'auto-condamnation est une puissante énergie nuisible dévastatrice qui dégrade les défenses biologiques humaines.

À la base, il représente l'énergie de la haine, et la haine est une forme de peur intense.

Dans l'actuelle "Crucible Astrology", en particulier durant les mois de juin-juillet et août 2018, où abondent les amalgames gravitationnels planétaires rétrogrades, l'intensité est puissante.

Cette énergie fâcheuse peut conduire la personne inconsciente et sans surveillance à des sentiments de frustration, de colère, d'anxiété, de réactions illogiques et d'auto-condamnation.

Les effets, s'ils ne sont pas maîtrisés, peuvent créer des spirales descendantes de dépression, d'apathie, de léthargie et, dans les cas extrêmes, même de suicide.

La polarité en cours augmentera annuellement, jusqu'en 2026.

Elle ne disparaîtra pas avant 2038.

Oui, vous devez attacher vos ceintures de sécurité ...mais

les sages, peuvent naviguer dans cette phase du Nettoyage des Creuset.

Dans ce bulletin, nous avons inclus des extraits des fichiers Edgar Cayce sur le traitement de ces problèmes.

Gardez l'aura intacte! Restez à la terre! Restez en équilibre !!! En aimant le service,

James Tyberonn


Polarity, Crucible Astrology & Depression

By-James Tyberonn

The recent suicides of two well-known celebrities has raised awareness that deep clinical depression effects people from all classes, races and genders. In the USA, according to recent statistics, the suicide rate has increased by over 30% in the past decade. In fact over 45,000 people committed suicide in America, last year. That is more than double the amount of homicides.

Edgar Cayce gave several readings regarding suicide, and quite a few readings on the causes and remedies of chronic depression.

Currently, the entire planet is enveloped in an incredibly intense energy of extreme polarity division. This energy is extreme, and is an amalgamation of 'Crucible Astrology', planetary shift, Solar Radiation & an unusually low gravitational ebb-cycle. All of these combine to create a flurry of difficult vibratory environs which require auric integrity & emotional stability to optimally navigate.

These combined energies are surfacing all unresolved energies, in mass and individually, for requisite resolution before 2038.

According to both the Metatronic & Edgar Cayce Readings, self-condemnation is a devastating potent detrimental energy which degrades human biological defenses. At its core, it represents the energy of hatred, and hatred is a form of intense fear.
In the ongoing 'Crucible Astrology', especially in the months of June-July & August of 2018, rife with retrograde planetary gravitational amalgams, the intensity is powerful. This untoward energy, can lead the unaware, unguarded person into feelings of frustration, anger, anxiety, illogical reactions, and self-condemnation. The effects, if unchecked, can create downward spirals of depression, apathy, lethargy and in extreme cases... even suicide.

The ongoing polarity will increase annually, until 2026. It will not subside until 2038. Yes, you need to fasten your seat belts...but the wise, can navigate this phase of Crucible Cleansing.

In this newsletter, we have included excerpts from the Edgar Cayce Files, on dealing with such issues. Keep the aura intact! Stay grounded! Stay in Balance !!!

In Loving Service, James Tyberonn


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Uranus in Taurus 
May 2018 to April 2026
By Raye Mathis
The dominating astrological influences for the past few years have been the interplay of three archetypal patterns forming various stressful aspects with each other:
1.            Capricorn (ruled by Saturn)-big business, big government, defender of the status quo
2.            Uranus-revolution, disrupter of the status quo
3.            Pluto-financial institutions, power, the elimination of what is not needed to move forward
Right now, it is not difficult to see these themes permeating our world, and these influences are continuing. In May 2018, Uranus is entering the sign of Taurus and will reflect additional changes and upheavals in the area of resources: financial as well as the earth's resources.
The recent astrological roots of the present situation are found back in the 1960s when Uranus and Pluto were conjunct. By 2008, Uranus had moved ahead to form a 90-degree angle (square) with Pluto, thus symbolizing the issues that had not yet been resolved from the '60s and were returning to be faced again. (See "The Coming Years, Astrologer's Corner," Jan/ Feb 2008, Venture Inward). Today, the Uranus/ Pluto aspect is still within orb, and the archetypal influences of these two planets continue to surround us.
During its seven- to eight-year transit of Taurus that begins in May 2018, Uranus will illuminate opportunities to change how we use our resources, including our time, energy, money, and the natural resources of Mother Earth. There can be unexpected disruptions that will lead to global transformation of all types of financial resources, such as businesses, housing markets, stock markets, commodities, banking systems, monetary policies, currencies, debts, etc.
A deeper meaning of the Taurus archetype is associated with our priorities in life. We are often unaware of our deeper values held on an unconscious level, yet they determine how we use our resources. What are our present priorities with regard to our resources? How do our values need to change so that we have the resources to sustain our personal lives as well as life on earth? These are major questions for us individually as well as for humanity in general over the next seven to eight years.
Uranus can indicate upheaval, but it also rules Aquarius, the coming age, and suggests the possibility of more originality, inventiveness, freedom, and independence. There can be new discoveries that increase our ability to sustain life in new ways: one example is our increasing ability to produce electric power and energy from the Sun and wind without damage to the earth and her resources. 
Uranus rules electricity, lightning, and storms of all kinds-literally and symbolically-and is sometimes called the Great Awakener. Being "awakened" is meant in an esoteric sense, but actually, individuals can have trouble sleeping during a Uranus transit in their chart. Uranus emboldens risk-taking, whereas Taurus represents a need for security. We may experience clashes where the underlying conflict is between these two opposite polarities.
Uranus also influences social change and humanitarian issues of all kinds. Hopefully, this side of Uranus will enable us to realize that, if the human race is to survive, we must come together to set priorities regarding the conservation of our planet's resources.
Overlapping the influences of Uranus in Taurus that are in effect until 2026, will be another major astrological configuration in 2020: the conjunction of Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn. And then in 2024, 
Pluto will finally leave Capricorn and move into Aquarius. These are and will continue to be times of great change, moving us toward the expanded consciousness of the Aquarian Age.
While Astrology has a predictive quality to it, it does not forecast the future in great detail. 
The Cayce readings state that we all have free will and within the parameters of the archetypal influences, we use our free will to make the best decisions in response to the astrological influences in our lives.
As the Cayce readings remind us, we are constantly making decisions regarding the circumstances of our lives. Therefore, how these influences of Saturn, Uranus, and Pluto manifest in the future is unknown and depends on our individual choices on how to act, and how to react to situations in our lives.
Written By - Raye Mathis
Extracted from April-June 2018 Venture Inward magazine published by the Edgar Cayce ARE
Copyrights 2018
Raye Mathis has been a student of the Edgar Cayce material since the early 1960s, in addition to her excellent astrology column, Raye has served the organization in a number of roles: as a speaker at A.R.E. Conferences, a teacher at Atlantic University, and board member of the Edgar Cayce organizations. 

   Depression can be thought of as a morbid sadness. Depression is characterized by dejection, lack of hope, feelings of worthlessness or inappropriate guilt, and diminished ability to think or concentrate. When severely depressed, individuals may also have recurrent thoughts of death (especially suicide).
Depression is very common. In fact, it has been referred to as the "common cold of mental illness." Yet, depression is not a new illness. It has long been recognized as a common emotional disorder.
For many centuries depression was referred to as "melancholia."The term melancholia is derived from the Greeks who believed that depression resulted from an imbalance in the body's chemistry. Melancholia was thought to be caused by an excess of black bile. Bile is a chemical secreted by the liver and gall duct.
Just as in Edgar Cayce's era, the term melancholia is still used to designate depression. Not surprisingly, many of Cayce's readings use the two terms interchangeably. As a medical term, melancholia is still used in modern psychiatric diagnosis. However, it now refers to a subtype of depression. In recognition of its Greek origins, melancholia now refers to depression with strong biological features, such as disturbed sleep and appetite, decreased interest or pleasure in all or almost all daily activities, and psychomotor disturbances (such as too much or too little bodily movement or activity).Melancholic depression is thought to respond better to biological treatments (such as drug therapy).Interestingly, Edgar Cayce spoke at length about the physical aspects of depression when he used the term melancholia.
Research suggests that there are probably many causes of depression. However, in recent years, great emphasis has been placed on the biology of depression. Scientists have explored the relationship between faulty chemistry in the nervous system and depressive symptoms. Specifically, research has focused on the chemical messengers (called neurotransmitters) which nerve cells use to communicate with each other.
If there is a problem with certain neurotransmitters in the brain, communication between nerve cells may be inhibited. When this chemical dysfunction occurs in the areas of the brain associated with emotion and cognition, depression may result. In simple terms, when nerve cell communication is inhibited, the nervous system itself may be said to be depressed in its activity. This inhibition my lead to a general depression of mind and body. Presumably, the antidepressant drugs prescribed by medical doctors can therapeutically alter the chemical messengers used by nerve cells, resulting in better communication within the brain. This biochemical explanation of the cause and treatment of depression is sometimes referred to as the "medical model of depression."
Edgar Cayce was decades ahead of modern medical research when he gave graphic descriptions of nervous system pathology in cases of depression. When he spoke of such nervous system pathology in cases of depression, he would sometimes use the expression "lapse of nerve impulse" to portray the breakdown in nerve cell communication.
The readings give many reasons for this characteristic "lapse in nerve impulse."In numerous cases, glandular dysfunction was cited as the source of the problem. Edgar Cayce's explanation was that the nervous system is dependent upon the glands of the body to provide the chemicals essential for normal nerve cell functioning. When the glands fail to provide these essential chemicals, various physical, mental and emotional symptoms (including depression) can result. Endocrine gland pathology (most often the adrenal, thyroid and pineal glands) was noted in several cases of depression. Significantly, modern medical research has also acknowledged the involvement of these important endocrine glands in depression.
Toxicity is another common biological cause of depression cited by Edgar Cayce. In some readings, he spoke of a "deadening" effect to the nervous system produced by the absorption of toxins into the nerve fiber. Apparently, this deadening effect could have a depressive effect upon the nervous system leading to the characteristic "lapse in nerve impulse."
Naturally, treatment recommendations in such cases focused heavily on therapies intended to cleanse the body. Improved diet, with regular massage and hydrotherapy, were common prescriptions in such cases.
While Edgar Cayce's perspective has many similarities to the modern medical (biochemical) model of depression, there are important differences. Instead of relying heavily on medication to alter the chemical balance in the nervous system, he would usually recommend more natural methods. These "holistic" therapies would help the body to be its own "medicine chest" and thus bring its faulty biochemistry back into a healthy state."Holistic" refers to Cayce's tendency to consider the whole person (body, mind and spirit) when diagnosing illness and making treatment recommendations. Hence, Edgar Cayce is widely regarded as the "father of modern holistic medicine."
Another difference between Cayce's perspective and the medical model is the role of mental and spiritual factors which may lead to depression of the nervous system. For example, he would often note psychospiritual causes, such as unhealthy attitudes, or a lack of spiritual direction in a person's life, as a precedent of nervous system pathology.
The readings contain many examples of mentally (i.e., psychosomatically) induced depression."Mind is the builder" is a prominent theme in the readings and is based upon the inherent association of mental processes with the nervous system. Self-condemnation was a particularly destructive mental pattern frequently noted in cases of depression. Failure to live up to an ideal (or even have an ideal) was sometimes cited as a primary source of mental depression.
Although Edgar Cayce's treatment recommendations varied from person to person based on the unique needs of each individual, the therapies which follow represent some of the common suggestions for treating and preventing depression.
  • INTERNAL CLEANSING: Improving eliminations is a high priority because the readings cite toxemia as a common causal factor associated with depression. Hydrotherapy (fume baths and colonic irrigation), manual therapy (osteopathy and chiropractic), massage, and diet are the main therapies for improving eliminations.
  • MANUAL THERAPY: Manual therapy (spinal manipulation and massage) assist in establishing better coordination between the central and peripheral nervous systems. This is important because the readings consistently portray the pathophysiology of depression as a "lapse in nerve impulse."
  • RADIAL APPLIANCE: The Radial Appliance may prove helpful in cases where restlessness, fatigue or insomnia are significant symptoms. This simple device resembles an electrical battery. However, it does not produce any measurable electrical energy. The readings insist that it utilizes the body's own vibratory energies to help equalize the circulatory and nerve systems.
  • OUTDOOR EXERCISE: The readings also consistently stress the importance of moderate outdoor exercise in the open (i.e., sunlight) for relaxation, improving eliminations, and in certain cases, as a form of phototherapy. Phototherapy is the use of light to treat illness. Phototherapy has been used for centuries as a natural means of treating depression.
  • IDEALS EXERCISE: The ideals exercise is an important intervention for establishing priorities, not only within the therapeutic regimen, but also for long-term health maintenance. This intervention is also an excellent means of recognizing and correcting dysfunctional attitudes and beliefs.
  • SERVICE TO OTHERS: The spiritual phase of the basic model encourages persons to take a broader perspective on their immediate situation. Altruistic service provides a sense of interpersonal connectedness which can be extremely therapeutic in the treatment of depression. Cayce often recommended that depressed persons find someone who is in a worse condition and help them. He emphasized that the best way of helping self is to help others.
  • INSPIRATIONAL BIBLIOTHERAPY: The readings also consistently recommend that persons suffering from depression read and study inspirational material. Clinically known as bibliotherapy, this therapeutic technique is now used by many psychotherapists for the treatment of many forms of mental illness, including depression..
Edgar Cayce on Demonic Possession
Written by : Sidney D. Kirkpatrick
Edgar Cayce Readings
On July 1, 2016, I was surprised to find an article in the Washington Post on the topic of demonic possession. What's remarkable about this article, written by Dr. Richard Gallagher, is that a major U.S. newspaper had the courage to print it. Editors didn't dismiss his story as a hoax, misunderstanding, or Hollywood hype; his first-person account of paranormal activity was feature news. The ostensible reason is the author's credentials. 
Dr. Gallagher is a board-certified psychiatrist and a professor of clinical psychiatry at New York Medical College and holds degrees from Princeton, Yale, and Columbia. The credentials most relevant to readers, however, are his deep-seated Catholicism and extracurricular work for the church, which is the stimulus for the article's provocative title: "As a psychiatrist, I diagnose mental illness. Also, I help spot demonic possession."
Readers will note that many of Dr. Gallagher's concepts support basic principles put forth in the Edgar Cayce readings. Among them is the reality of spirit possession. 
As Cayce tells us in reading 5753-1, "Discarnate entities... may influence the thought of an entity." Cayce goes further in 5221-1, by identifying "discarnate entities" as the root cause of a woman's physical illness. At the onset of 638-1, given for an elderly patient suffering insanity, Cayce overtly declares: "We have possession."
The challenge that Dr. Gallagher highlights is the difficulty differentiating possession from mental illness. Cayce presents a broader range of options, and goes further by identifying causes for conditions that can give rise to both mental illness and possession. 
For instance, Cayce identifies spinal injury as the root cause for a loving husband who, seemingly possessed, starts beating his wife and children (1513-1), and for an artist whose sudden and inexplicable self- destructive behavior requires that she be tied to a hospital gurney (1789-1). Add stress-related psychosis into the mix (3315-1), blood deficiency-inducing nightmares (4519-1), and cancer- created delirium (1004-1), and proper assessment requires help from the Akashic records. The problem is compounded because trauma and poor health lead to insanity, and insanity can lead to possession. This is the message in 281-24, conducted for the "Glad Helpers" healing group.
The most striking difference between what Dr. Gallagher reports and what appears in the Cayce readings may be the point of view. Using the standard protocols required by the Catholic Church, only one individual profiled in the entire body of Cayce readings exhibits the severity of behavior that might qualify for exorcism. He is the alcoholic husband of 1183, a man who undergoes a chilling Jekyll and Hyde transformation when he becomes intoxicated and, according to Cayce, a malevolent spirit takes control of his body.
Church doctrine presents other limitations on our understanding of the spirit world as well. For instance, as the readings make clear, not all spirit communications are diabolic, and not all discarnates have demonic motives. This is conveyed in 5756-13, in which departed loved ones provide comfort to the living. Reading 5756-14 contains a message from a deceased father to his daughter telling her that love knows no boundaries. Furthermore, possession may have a karmic component that is not recognized by the church. In 436-2, for example, there's a warning for an elevator operator susceptible to the influence of a spirit identified as "Big Rock, Black Rock," with whom he had been entangled in a previous incarnation. Reading 693-3 chronicles the haunting of a child who, as an adult two centuries earlier, persecuted witches in Salem.
Given the complexity of these cases and what psychiatrists (and priests, too) encounter in the field, Dr. Gallagher should be applauded for giving voice to a subject dismissed by his medical colleagues as mere superstition. But where the American Psychiatric Association maintains no official opinion that might help possessed individuals, and Dr. Gallagher advises psychiatric counsel and Vatican-certified exorcism, Cayce's recommendations may prove to be the most effective. His preventative advice includes massage and osteopathy, use of low-voltage impedance devices such as the Radiac, positive and uplifting prayer and meditation, and in cases featuring karma, forgiveness for oneself and others. By filling one's mind with the holy, Cayce says, there is no room for the demonic.
One can take an even more proactive approach as described in a reading conducted for a woman battling discarnates (422-1). Similar to a priest's marching orders at an exorcism, Cayce instructs her to demand that the intrusive spirits acknowledge the supremacy of Christ. Should the spirits fail to comply, the woman must order their expulsion: "Get thee behind me," and "I will have no part with thee," she is to proclaim. "Through His name only will I... ACCEPT direction."
Posted In: Edgar Cayce Readings
Sidney D. Kirkpatrick is the new co-editor of Venture Inward with his wife, Nancy Kirkpatrick. Sidney is a New York Times best-selling author. His books include Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet, which is widely considered the definitive biography of the most-documented psychic of our time. His most recent book, co-authored with this wife Nancy, is published by A.R.E. Press and titled, True Tales from the Cayce Archives: Lives Touched and Lessons Learned from the Sleeping Prophet.


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