From his birth on a small Kentucky farm in 1877 to his decades in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the life of the extraordinary psychic, Edgar Cayce, unfolded with the air of a man destined to impact the world in a quiet but profound way. His simple beginnings and the necessity for him to quit school to help support his family helped prepare him for a life of service to others. Then, his accidental discovery of his psychic ability to diagnose illness and specify health treatments for others set him on a life direction that he, at first, approached reluctantly. In spite of his reluctance, however, his success in healing himself, family members, and hundreds of other people, most of whom he never met, made him a medical phenomenon. Edgar Cayce was a man whose contributions to our knowledge of health and spiritual development continue to transform lives around the world.
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The astounding true story of Edgar Cayce, his remarkable prophecies, insights into the soul, and the medical cures he prescribed while in trance, told by the only writer who knew and investigated him while he lived.About the Author:
Thomas Sugrue graduated from Washington and Lee University with Hugh Lynn Cayce, Edgar Cayce’s son. He became a reporter for the New York Herald Tribune and, later, joined the staff at American Magazine. In 1940, his first book, Such Is the Kingdom, was published, followed later by Starling of the White House. At one point in his life , he was struck by a disease that left him partially paralyzed and with little chance of survival. However, he later recovered well enough to become an active swimmer, an improvement due, he believed, to following the readings he received from Edgar Cayce.
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