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Why Edgar Cayce?

ShareAn excerpt fromTrue Tales from the Edgar Cayce Archives By Sidney and Nancy Kirkpatrick Like many journalists, I once arrogantly believed that psychic phenomena was a subject unworthy of serious study and that anyone who put his faith in a … Continue reading

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Over the Edge (from The Quickening)

ShareBy Gregg Unterberger, M.Ed, LPC My head violently slammed against the Prius’ passenger front seat window as the driver rocketed around the curve. “For God’s sake, slow down!” I blurted. But the driver, steely-eyed and deaf to my cries, glared … Continue reading

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Divine Visits, Foreword

ShareForeword by Kevin J. Todeschi, best-selling author and executive director/CEO of Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. Perhaps more than anything else, the most compelling premise presented in Josie Varga’s Divine Visits is the fact that God in spirit can and does impact things physical. To be … Continue reading

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Edgar Cayce Philosophy, Part 2

Share This is part 2 of our excerpt from the Philosophy chapter of There Is a River, the biography of Edgar Cayce by Thomas Sugrue, originally published in 1943. For Part 1, view here.  *** The earth was an expression of divine mind with its own … Continue reading

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Foreword to Edgar Cayce’s Story of the Bible

Share by Gladys Davis Turner (1905-1986) Edgar Cayce, the twentieth century’s most astoundingly accurate prophet, had the psychic gift of being able to put himself into a state of self-induced trance. In this state, Cayce, a man of little formal education … Continue reading

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