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Edgar Cayce's ESP: Who He Was, What He Said, and How it Came True (Tarcher Lives of the Masters)

By Kevin J. Todeschi

One of the main amazing tales of the 20th century approximately the most awesome males who ever lived: Edgar Cayce, a Kentucky farm boy whose psychic powers healed hundreds of thousands, touched numerous lives, and encouraged the sunrise of the recent Age.

For greater than 40 years, Edgar Cayce (1877-1945), the 'sleeping prophet,' frequently exhibited an fabulous psychic skill. From an altered kingdom, he was once capable of learn minds and souls, diagnose millions of health problems, effectively prescribe treatments, see into the earlier and the long run, and faucet right into a resource of common wisdom the place such info resides--a resource Cayce acknowledged is obtainable to us all.

For an individual who has heard of Edgar Cayce-and his identify is generic to millions--here is a concise, trustworthy, immensely readable creation to his lifestyles, paintings, and message. In Edgar Cayce's ESP, his tale is informed via author Kevin Todeschi, an expert on Cayce's paintings and the director of the preferred academic association Cayce based, the organization for learn and Enlightenment.

Drawing upon greater than 14,000 case histories and readings, Todeschi provides a wealth of evidence of Cayce's psychic skills and the consequences that they had at the lives of his contemporaries. Todeschi focuses specifically at the personality of the modest, beneficiant Cayce himself, a guy who began in lifestyles as a delicate, Bible-reading Kentucky farm boy and who grew as much as develop into an not going prophet of the recent Age and the main recognized psychic in American historical past.

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For the urges and impulses might be magnified or minimized through the very strength of the brain and impulse inside of itself. to whether it truly is to be for the pleasing of that for which it entered, or for the glorifying of self or a reason or a goal, or a person, needs to be selected through the entity. In these fields of conservation, not just that's with govt, with the task of nations—whether or not it's of fishes in waters, birds of yes calibre or wishes for nutrition, or for the various manners that they offer safety to sure parts of the land, or timbers or the higher conservation of soil for definite seeds or crops—all of those are the channels as we discover within which the entity might locate contentment and concord, and the higher outlet for gratifying that goal for which the entity entered this adventure.

Whereas dreaming, we will achieve expertise approximately our complete being: bodily, mentally, and spiritually. It used to be Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist and modern of Edgar Cayce’s, who came across convincing proof for a deep point to the subconscious brain. This profound intensity, Jung felt, got here from actual non secular truth that hadn’t been stated via Freud. Jung referred to as this point the collective subconscious. right here, all minds may converse by utilizing common symbols—images which appear to have a standard which means between humans world wide.

One way or the other, from his trance country, Cayce knew even if anyone had neglected a component to the dream, and he would supply it: (Q) Saturday morning, June 6 [1925], I dreamed i used to be on horseback and fell off. an analogous morning I dreamed of my father at domestic in New Orleans and woke up taking into account Cayce. (A) within the one of many horse and rider, because the messenger that involves every person, and the falling off the rejection of the message during this demeanour. within the moment we back locate correlations of psychological and the unconscious forces with the more expensive ones coming in that psychological relation, with the awakening considered that having heard, with the beauty of the translation of the rider.

549-1 studies Hugh Lynn Cayce: you are going to provide the actual of this physique this day [located in Pennsylvania], with feedback for additional corrective measures; answering the questions she submits, as I ask them: Edgar Cayce: [When finding the road and number]—That’s a correct lovely tree at the nook! convinced; we have now the physique right here, [1100]; this we now have had earlier than. As we discover, the final actual forces of the physique are very good—in the current. 1100-27 Mrs. [1100]’s letter: thanks rather a lot for the readings and your expensive letter.

On one other get together, while a thirty-six-year-old ebook writer requested approximately China’s future in 1943, simply sooner than his personal journey to the rustic to serve within the capability of a missionary, Cayce promised awesome adjustments within the nation that may bring about extra democracy and larger non secular freedom. He additionally prompt that finally the peak of civilization may circulate from the West to the chinese language humans: “And those will development. For, civilization strikes west” 2834-3. The Cayce readings additionally had very much to assert in regards to the lacking years of Jesus they usually mentioned a “Second Coming,” during which Jesus might go back and once more try and satisfy the true goal of His existence and ministry—not spiritual conversion yet own software of religious ideas on the planet.

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