Category Archives: Edgar Cayce’s Life

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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Edgar Cayce: Ordinary Man, Extraordinary Messenger

ShareBy Mitch Horowitz The year 1910 marked a turning point in Western spirituality. It saw the death of some of the most luminous religious thinkers of the nineteenth century, including psychologist-seeker William James; popular medium Andrew Jackson Davis; and Christian … Continue reading

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Little Anna from Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet

ShareBy Sidney D. Kirkpatrick Edgar Cayce’s parents were relieved when, at age six, he made friends with neighbor Barney Seay’s daughter, Hallie, a petite dark-haired girl who was called “Little Anna” because she shared the same first name as her … Continue reading

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