Book of the Revelation

Edgar Cayce was a channel who died in 1945. After his death, volunteers codified his explanations of the symbolism used in the Book of Revelation (from the New Testament). They were published in The Book of the Revelation: A Commentary Based on a Study of Twenty-Three Psychic Discourses.

Cayce’s source explains that if one redirects the force of the sexual centre, one can bring about complete regeneration (optimal operation of the endocrine system).


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Excerpt from another Cayce reading:

The exaltation that comes from the union of kindred bodies whose lives are consecrated in purposefulness grants the ability to retain the essence of creation in virile bodies. This retained essence becomes the fire that lights truth, love, hope, patience, peace and harmony. (Reading 364-6)

Summaries of Commentary chapters

[Page numbers are from 1992 edition]

Chapter 2

The ‘Tree of Life’ is the power of regeneration inherent in a perfectly synchronized endocrine system. (p.153)

Real knowledge of the body is sealed within the endocrine system. (p.169)

The original purpose of the sexual force has been lost, and it needs to be cleansed and return to its original purpose through self-discipline. Anyone who can do this will experience regeneration. (p.153)

Humankind’s creative, sexual potential is unlimited, but it has been curtailed by misuse. A period of purification is required. (p.155)

As the reproductive force moves upward it affects the other spiritual centers of the body, and activates the endocrine system to regenerate the body. (p.157)

At each level, we must choose to align with divine will, using our energy for spiritual ends, not for personal satisfaction. The latter creates imbalance and degeneration. (p.159)

Chapter 6

Once the centers open, there are grave repercussions from misusing one’s enhanced powers. (p.171)

Chapter 8

The awakening of the centers is a dramatic experience. It begins in the gonads, but the pituitary actually recharges the entire system. (p.175)

Chapter 15

The new experience is dependent upon the exercise of self-control. Compliance with Divine Law (correct use of the creative forces) keeps the teachers stable. (p.189)

Chapter 16

Instructions on how to purify the reproductive force will be issued. When ignored, and sex is misused, disease follows because regeneration is not possible. Misapplied love will consume individuals. Propaganda (based on misuse of life force) will conflict with universal truth. (p.191)

Chapter 17

We are creating this situation ourselves. However, these urges can be overcome. (p.193)

Chapter 18

Eventually self-gratification will lead to unworkable circumstances, and we will realize that we have been deluded and weakened by following a course of self-gratification. Due to over-indulgence, the senses will experience a sense of loss of stimulation and excitement. (p.195)

Chapter 21

When self-control is established, regeneration is restored and man is freed of all limitation. (p.201)

Chapter 22

There are no safe shortcuts to raising the life force energy through the body. We must  go within and ask whether our will is sufficiently aligned to open the spiritual centers of the body safely. This ensures that we will not misuse the creative forces as they arise. (pp. 7, Reading 281-29)

Finally, from Reading 262-86:

Much might be said respecting the necessity of that union of influences or forces that are divided in the earth in sex. In the heavenly kingdom ye are neither married nor given in marriage; neither is there any such thing as sex; ye become as one–in the union of that from which, of which, ye have been the portion from the beginning.

Cayce, Edgar. 1992. A commentary on the book of the Revelation: based on a study of twenty-four psychic discourses of Edgar Cayce. Virginia Beach, Va: A.R.E. Press.