Edgar Cayce on Angels, Archangels and the Unseen Forces is the first book ever published that explores Edgar Cayce's readings on the "Angels and Unseen Forces", Michael the Archangel, and the role of guardian angels. Grant goes on to further offer inspiring true stories of miraculous encounters by everyday people with angels.This audiobook explores the powerful significance of Archangel Michael as given in the work of Edgar Cayce and through awe-inspiring messages that came through the Cayce readings.
©2012 Robert Grant (P)2012 A.R.E. Press
I would recommend the book, but not this audio. There is a very distinct difference between reading a book aloud and narrating. Ms. Hogue was very disconnected from her material.
There was no "performance"- she seemed to just be reading the book for the first time.
Edgar Cayce's work is wondrous and I hope Audible seeks more of his material...hopefully with talented narrators.
Karen of Northern Michigan
The first part of this book is very interesting, giving accounts of people who have had Angel encounters, which I love to read about... But the rest of it, probably 2/3rd of the book, is about Edgar Cayce's life, whom I find fascinating, but the problem is, it's really just a recap of the book "There is a River. The Story of Edgar Cayce"... If you've read, or listened to "There is a River", then you've already heard most of what's in this book..
If I had never listened to the other book, I would have given this book 5 stars.. The book "There is a River" is written by Thomas Sugrue and this book is written by Robert Grant. Thomas Sugrue wrote his book in 1942 and Robert Grant wrote this book in 2005. I guess I'm confused that this book has so much information taken from Thomas Sugrue's book.
Don't let the beginning of the title distract you from the end. The book definitely covers more than just angels, though definitely a lot about them as well.
I tend to do more reading of books than listening to audios, but I find trying to read Edgar Cayce's readings a bit tough, much like reading old English or old KJV. It's much easier listening to someone else read, putting in the correct pauses and such. It makes understanding them much easier, IMO.
I particularly liked the way this book cleared up some questions I had on Edgar Cayce's interpretation of the Bible, angels, energy forces, and creation. The author's view and description of the angels and unseen forces, and they way they interact with and around us, was very enlightening and easy to understand.
The only problem I had with the book was that in many places (I'd guess at least a dozen) the same sentence was played twice. The errors are only slightly distracting and really don't diminish the story, but it was so often that I could not rate this as five stars.
Just another human like all the rest ;)
No, I remember it the first time around.
The fact that it was based on possibly the most proven psychic in human history.
Great presentation and build up.
I recommend this book to anyone wanting to know about Edgar Casey or the unseen world. Keep in mind that there is a decent amount of material in this book that is the authors assessment of ancient writings and not factual accounts. Form your own thoughts on the factual information provided, but be intelligent enough not to form a belief construct on any external information, even if it comes from Edgar Casey.
I was interested in the after life and Edgar Cayce.
I like learning about the bible and the Angels
I don't know
Great for getting a different take on the bible Christ and the future.
This is a collection of stories and delivered in a rather fractured format. The narrator is boring and monotone. did not enjoy the narration and the book did not deliver.
If I wanted to play a prank on my friend or perhaps make an enemy, then yes I would recommend.
Probably read the book he wrote himself...
What didn’t you like about Dawn Hogue’s performance?
Huh..well lets see...
Ch. 1 narrator read the same lines twice...as in there was no edit of any kind. This went on through out the whole audio.
Ch. 1-3 narrator read so fast that it was difficult to know where the sentence began and ended. No breaks, emphasis on the wrong words.
The rest of the book you hear Dawn Hogues earrings? clanking away on the mic, later it was an airplane passing by, most times she would mess up on lines and then later she laughed it off and kept re-reading the same line again and again as if no one was going to notice.
Very difficult to get into, just way too many errors in the read. My advice, narrator should have read the material before hand and the final audio should have been edited in a real studio with sound proof. It's not like the book was from the 60's... =/ ...
I wish I would have read some of the audio/performance reviews.
The message and knowledge was good however the performance was so terrible that I can't really judge it the way I would have liked to.
Please higher better quality narrators!
Insightful, intriguing, uplifting
The reading is excellent, but the recording duplicates numerous times which is a little distracting. I believe the next to the last chapter was the worst. But still well worth the listen!
I didn't like how at different times it keep repeating text; this happened several times. All in all it does have good content but I found myself disappointed.
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