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Angels, Fairies, Demons, and the Elementals

With the Edgar Cayce Perspective on the Supernatural World
Narrated by: Scott R. Pollak
Length: 6 hrs and 56 mins
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The Edgar Cayce material offers a fresh and fascinating perspective on the supernatural realms and its inhabitants, exploring angels, brownies, fairies, and more.

Noted metaphysical expert John Van Auken offers fascinating insights into beings from other realms with his simple yet thoroughly researched volume.

Van Auken gives special attention to insights found in sacred texts and combines his knowledge with that given in the readings of Edgar Cayce (1877-1945), the most-documented psychic of all time.

A special chapter on "second sight" gives you tips on how you can begin to sense these mysterious beings from other realms on your own and as they make themselves present.

©2015 John Van Auken (P)2017 A.R.E. Press

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Loved it!

I thought it was fascinating and it clarified a few issues for me. Narrator was outstanding!

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i enjoy most cayce material

i enjoyed it. it offers some different material from the cayce readings that many of the other books barely mention.

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Compared to the other Casey books, a good read

I found this book to be enjoyable. It does include a lot about Casey but not in totality more on mystical and biblical stories. I expected more of a book on direct readings of Edgar Cayce. there is some good information in here but most of it comes from Casey. compared to the other books on Audible I would give it a 7. The other ones a 10.

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A bit more on contact desired.

Quite informative but i would have appreciated more on how to communicate with the beings and more details on how to train to see and hear them..

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Wow! I loved this book.

It clarified for me that angels are struggling just like the son of man. Loved the details in this book. A+ 10/10 and I’m not a newbie!

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Great book!

Great book for supernatural world lovers! I enjoyed it very much! I am a big Edgar Cayce fan!

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Cayce Rocks

Almost every book about Edgar Cayce and his readings is great. For some reason, listening to them brings me peace. in this one, it was a little bit hard at times to tell when Cayce was talking or his interviewer. Nevertheless, I found some gems within.

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crap!

this book should be renamed angels, angels, angels, almost fairy and more Angel's. the first third of the book is nothing but Angel's and the same crap that is in thousands of other books.
the author touches very lightly on fae, elements and the like and only says demons mabey once. the other two thirds of this book is the author going on about some non sense bull crap that has almost nothing to with the book. most of the time while I was listening to this book I was thinking this person needs to go and teach a college class somewhere, because they obviously enjoy listening to them selves talk and use as big of words as they can.
don't bother with book.

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