My Life as a Seer: The Lost Memoirs

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Macmillan, 2002 M02 18 - 413 páginas

Only recently discovered, this new memoir delivers Cayce's important message to the world at crucial time: the dawn of the twenty-first century. In this personal, moving story, readers learn how Cayce felt about his amazing powers; the angelic presence that told him he would become a healer to millions; his extraordinary ability as a child to learn his school lessons simply by sleeping on his books. We're also given a "behind the scenes" glimpse at his many psychic readings. Throughout his life, Cayce was the voice people turned to for advice on issues as diverse as health and world issues. Now, Cayce speaks once more on these topics and delivers his ultimate message to humanity for the first time. My Life as a Seer brings to life the emotional frustrations, motivations, fears, and visions of the century's premier spiritualist.

 

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This definitive biography of Cayce is drawn from his own writings, the words of his closest associates and family, as well as quotes from the press. Through all of his life, Cayce was a devout ... Leer comentario completo

My life as a seer: the lost memoirs

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Cayce enthusiasts and those interested in psychic phenomena in general will find a treasure in these republished memoirs. A well-known psychic who did what were called "readings" (primarily diagnosing ... Leer comentario completo

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Contenido

Old Man
1
An Angels Promise 1890
12
Will It Drive Me Crazy?
23
Another Celestial Visitor
30
Called to the Lord
39
The Only Girl for
50
Give God the Praise
63
Heretic or Healer?
70
Cayce Art Company
130
The Proposition
148
MY WORK
165
The Cayce Research Institute
173
xxiii
192
Diary 1938
238
Cayce Read for President Wilson?
334
194
405

Who Can Guide Me Aright?
92
An Unlikely Partner
102
Examined by the Examiner
113
Life and Death
123

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Acerca del autor (2002)

Edgar Cayce grew up in poverty and achieved only an eighth-grade education. By the time he was a teenager he was able to memorize an entire book simply by placing it near his head when he slept. As an adult, Cayce discovered that while in a trance he could diagnose illnesses. His medical readings, which were years ahead of their time, have been proven to be 90 percent accurate. His abilities helped him become a world-renowned psychic.

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