Ancient Mysteries and MysteryQuest


by Alison Ray



It was the Ancient Mysteries aspect of Edgar Cayce’s readings that actually brought me to the A.R.E. and eventually to Virginia Beach so that I could attend the annual Ancient Mysteries Conference and learn more about the latest developments in the search for Atlantis and Edgar Cayce’s lost Hall of Records.



Two of my favorite experts on the subject are Greg and Lora Little. Well known for their books Edgar Cayce’s Atlantis  and Secrets of the Ancient World, both authors are extensively involved in the ongoing search for the Hall of Records.



They are going to be guests in two episodes of a new show on the History Channel. Each episode of “MysteryQuest” features expeditions to remote locations with experts in science and technology to find new clues about a single mystery. The Littles will be featured on the “The Devil’s Triangle” episode that premiers Wednesday, September 23 at 9 p.m. (ET) about the unexplained mysteries in the Bermuda Triangle.



They will also be featured on a “MysteryQuest” episode entitled “Atlantis” which debuts on Wednesday, October 7 at 10 p.m. (ET). This show will include some close-up, high definition film of the rectangular structures found near Bimini in about 110-feet of water. The episode is expected to include some of Edgar Cayce's reading about the Hall of Records near the Bahamas.



There will be a show on National Geographic on December 9 at 1p.m. (ET) called "The Truth About the Bermuda Triangle" which will show some of the planes found by the Littles.


As a featured speaker at this year’s Ancient Mysteries Conference, Dr. Lora Little will share the latest archaeology researcher on the recent search for Atlantis in Bimini, Andros, and the Bahamas. The presentation features intriguing news and images of the newly discovered underwater formations. This year’s conference, Light from the Secret Chambers: New Discoveries in Egypt, Atlantis, and the Cosmos, is scheduled for October 8 to 11, at A.R.E.’s Virginia Beach headquarters.



Members of Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. can watch an update with the latest news on the search in Bimini presented by John Van Auken last month in the member-only section.