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The work of Edgar Cayce is the best documented demonstration of out-of-body travel, vision and communication ever provided. At a time in history when the best means of long distance communication was the telegraph, X-ray photography did not exist and antibiotics had been barely conceived, he would look at the person (inside and out), diagnose the ailment and access information from an unknown source (the Akashic Record) as how to heal the person. When Cayce’s work was totally directed to help a suffering individual the results were as they should be. When his work was directed toward monetary or personal rewards (future prediction dates) the results varied widely. This is consistent with Law-of-One explanations for misdirection of channeled information to discredit channeled work. These errors were few and consistently associated with personal or monetary gain.

 

My favorite example of his work is when a doctor at the Mayo Clinic telegraphed Cayce and asked him to give a reading on his patient’s right leg. The patient had a skiing accident and had broken his leg severely. The doctor’s intent was to debunk Cayce’s work. Cayce lived in Kentucky at the time with no way possible to have knowledge of the patient’s condition. When the reply came back from Cayce there was nothing wrong with the leg, the doctor knew he had him. However, when the doctor returned to the patient he noticed the inconsistency in his request to Cayce. A few minutes later he sent another telegraph to Cayce to examine the patient’s left leg. A reply soon came back that it was a compound fracture that would be fine if reset and placed in a cast. This time the question was asked why the doctor needed Cayce’s help. This was an obvious and straight forward condition.

 

Cayce was normally consulted only when all other resources had failed. “He was a psychic”. Additionally, many times he would give information about the person, his past lives, astrological influences, associations with other people and karmic implications. With over 14,000 occasions of providing this detailed information, patterns began to emerge for people studying his work. His treatments for health conditions filled several books with accurate and useful information. His information on religion and past civilizations likewise provides several books with accurate and useful information. Several hundred books have been written by collating the thousands of bits and pieces of information for a particular subject scattered throughout the 14,000 readings. The unique property of the information provided by Cayce is the information is consistent in its content and application. Readings provided on a common subject years apart do not conflict or contradict each other. Most importantly, his cures worked.

 

What Edgar Cayce proved :

1.     A person could experience this world outside his body.

2.     Information on past and future experiences which we currently have no way of knowing is available.

3.     The akashic record exists.

4.     The efficacy of holistic medicine.

 

From the Law of One:

Questioner: Who spoke through Edgar Cayce?

Ra: No entity spoke through Edgar Cayce.

Questioner: Where did the information come from that Edgar Cayce channeled?

Ra: We have explained before that the intelligent infinity is brought into intelligent energy from eighth density or octave. The one called Edgar used this gateway to view the present, which is not the continuum you experience but the potential social memory complex of this planetary sphere. The term your peoples have used for this is the “Akashic Record” or the “Hall of Records.”

 

 

 

 

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The World's Most Mysterious Man

Edgar Cayce's NDEs and revelations

http://www.near-death.com/images/people/cayce/portrait.jpgEdgar Cayce (pronounced "Kay-see") was a man who, over the span of his lifetime (1877-1945), had more near-death experiences than anyone ever documented. Cayce learned that when he was hypnotized, he could leave his body and journey into the afterlife realms. Cayce made over 14,000 otherworldly journeys in his life and the information he gained from these journeys has astounded people all over the world. In 1910, the New York Times carried two pages of headlines and pictures in which he was declared the "World's Most Mysterious Man" A national magazine ran an article titled, "Miracle Man of Virginia Beach", and Cayce was swamped with an avalanche of 25,000 requests for medical help. President Woodrow Wilson sought the services of Edgar Cayce for healing and guidance while he was President and conceiving the idea of the League of Nations. In 1954, the University of Chicago accepted a Ph.D. thesis based on a study of his life and work. Cayce is also considered to be the father of holistic medicine by JAMA, the prestigious medical journal. Cayce was a wonder to the medical community because of his ability to diagnose and specify a treatment for gravely ill people often hundreds of miles away through his out-of-body journeys. Cayce was able to gain a tremendous amount of information through his frequent NDEs. Much of this information solved some of the greatest mysteries of humanity. The following web pages contain Cayce's answers to some of these mysteries.

Edgar Cayce NDE Index

Become a Member of the Edgar Cayce A.R.E.

A.R.E. Website Site Map

"Learn to live! Then there is no death, save the transition, when desired. Many live who have never died as yet." - Edgar Cayce

 

 

Edgar Cayce

Birth:

Mar. 18, 1877

Death:

Jan. 3, 1945


American Folk Figure. Known as a psychic counselor and healer, he was reputed to have extrasensory perception, giving him an ability ranging from seeing the future, making medical diagnosis, to experiencing a closer relationship with God. Born Edgar Cayce (the last name is pronounced as Casey), the son of a farmer near Beverly, about seven miles south of the town of Hopkinsville, Kentucky. When he was 16, his family moved to Hopkinsville, where young Edgar received an eighth grade education (in those days, this was considered an adequate education for most small town working men). He initially worked at a Dry Goods Store, and later at a bookstore. In early 1900, he joined his father selling Woodmen of the World Insurance. In April 1900, he was struck by severe laryngitis, and unable to speak, he remained at home, unable to work. A stage hypnotist (popular entertainer at that time) attempted to cure him using hypnosis; after many sessions his voice returned. In one key session, Cayce was given orders to diagnose his own condition and state the cure, then perform that cure. Minutes later, he came out of his hypnotic trance and was able to speak normally. After that, he voluntarily began to go into a trance to offer free treatments to other people afflicted by unsolvable medical problems. As his successes grew, his fame spread, and soon many people came to ask for his help. His accuracy in diagnosing medical conditions and providing effective cures soon made him known across the country; it was said that he was equally effective for suggesting cures for people who wrote him requesting his help. Unable to remember anything he said while in a trance, from 1923 until his death, he hired a secretary, Gladys Davis, to record his statements while in a trance. Some 14,000 statements are still available in published form for students to study today, and are said to continue to help people. In 1925, Cayce became a professional psychic with a small staff of employees and volunteers, but did not charge for his services, instead depending upon voluntary contributions. People who made no contributions received the same service as those who did. While most questions he dealt with involved medical questions, he would also be questioned about previous lives, business advice, and world future events. In the next twenty years, he would make a number of predictions; some that seem unusual even today. He predicted that China would become the cradle of Christianity, that US scientists would discover the lost city of Atlantis, and that the earth's continents would shift significantly. Cayce would admit that sometimes he saw things incorrectly, and suggested that listeners should test his suggestions rather than accept them on face value. Cayce often described his themes in terms of Christianity, suggesting that all souls were created at the beginning of the universe, and that reincarnation exists. Many of his statements and readings are challenged, and many conservative Christians dispute his responses on religious themes. Cayce also alleged the existence of Atlantis, describing it as a continent with advanced technology that sank into the ocean in pre-Columbian times. According to Cayce, records from Atlantis can be found beneath the Egyptian Sphinx, and several decades after his death, a small room was detected by ground penetrating radar buried beneath the Sphinx; Egyptian officials currently refuse to allow excavation of the site. During World War II, demand on Cayce's time increased significantly as people wrote him requesting predictions for loved ones in military service. Cayce increased his number of trances to eight or more a day, even though the trances reportedly greatly fatigued him, and in one trance, he even predicted that the trances would kill him. However, he continued having them in order to serve his public. On January 2, 1945, Cayce suffered a heart attack, and died the next day at his home in Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
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Burial:
Riverside Cemetery
Hopkinsville
Christian County
Kentucky, USA
Plot: Lot 4, N 1/2, Grave #4

 
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