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"Ye are to have turmoils -- ye are to have strife between capital 

and labor. Ye are to have a division in thy own land, before ye 
have the second of the Presidents that next will not live through 

his office... a mob rule!"

President Franklin D. Roosevelt died in office in April 1945. In November 

1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, when 

racial tensions in the United States were at their height.

"Unless there is more give and take and consideration for those who 

produce, with better division of the excess profits from labor, there 
must be greater turmoil in the land."

In October 1935, Cayce spoke of the coming holocaust in Europe. The 

Austrians and Germans, he said, and later the Japanese, would take sides.

"Thus an unseen force, gradually growing, must result in an almost 

direct opposition to the Nazi, or Aryan theme. This will gradually 

produce a growth of animosities. And unless there is interference by 
what many call supernatural forces and influences -- which are active 

in the affairs of nations and peoples -- the whole world as it were... will 

be set on fire by militaristic groups and people who are for power 

Two of Cayce's major predictions concerned the futures of China and the 
Soviet Union, the world's great Communist giants. In 1944, he prophesied that 

China would one day be "the cradle of Christianity as applied in the lives of 
men." Through Russia, he said "comes the hope of the world. Not in respect 

to what is sometimes termed Communism or Bolshevism -- no! But freedom -- 

freedom! That each man will live for his fellow man. The principle has been 
born there. It will take years for it to be crystallized; yet out of Russia comes 

again the hope of the world." Russia, he said, would be guided by friendship 

with the United States. Its attempt to rule "not only the economic, but the 
mental and spiritual life" of its people was doomed to failure.

Cayce also predicted the possibility of a third world war. He spoke of strifes 
arising near the Davis Straits, and in Libya, and in Egypt, in Ankara, and in 

Syria; through the straits around those areas above Australia, in the Indian 

Ocean and the Persian Gulf."

When asked in June 1943 whether it would be feasible to work towards an 
international currency or a stabilization of international exchange levels when 

the war had ended, Cayce replied that it would be a long, long time before this 

would happen. Indeed, he said, "there may be another war over just such 

Other Major Themes

Origin and destiny of humanity - "All souls were created in the 

beginning, and are finding their way back to whence they came." Cayce

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