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There is perhaps no modern psychic more fascinating than Edgar Cayce and no better authors to explore the intricate details and eye-opening stories of the people who received his readings than Sidney and Nancy Kirkpatrick. The Kirkpatricks, with decades of experience and research, take us on a journey into the archives and history of these psychic passages, finding the most interesting case studies and exploring the most astounding results of the Cayce work in so many people's lives. Their findings are presented in a way that sounds like a whodunit that you can't put down!

Key stories include the remarkable work done by doctors who worked with the Cayce readings, cases of past lives and their influence on the person's current life, and the incredible and one-of-a-kind circumstances under which Cayce's psychic gift is found to be astonishingly accurate and helpful to the lives he touched.

©2015 Sidney Kirkpatrick and Nancy Kirkpatrick (P)2015 Sidney Kirkpatrick and Nancy Kirkpatrick

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You will believe in Cayce if you don't already

I was intrigued by Cayce as a child.. I'm 48 now and been a member of the A.R.E. for years.. now to hear real names and true stories behind the readings... mind blowing. If everyone would follow his simple holistic remedies, nobody would be sick, drug companies do not want people to know how simple perfect health can be.. Cayce died of exhaustion trying to heal as many as he could.. and you will hear some of their testimonials in this book. Your life is 1 step away from changing, once you believe in Edgar Cayce.. whom channeled Jesus telling him how to heal the sick and perform miracles.. and also died because of them... just like Jesus.

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Not enough stars to rate it!!

The book is very well done. Just what I needed to hear. Facscinating! I love it!

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Fascinating and Fantastic Telling of Cayce 's Life

This is the most detailed rendition of Cayce"s life's work I've ever heard. I have known of the sleeping prophet for over 50 years now and have never tried of his story. Unless you were there or privy to intimate details of his life, this book is worth a listen, even a couple of listens IMHO... (in my humble opinion)... very enjoyable, uplifting and gives hope for a future for all mankind.

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Uplifts the soul with Hope!

I have been aware of the A.R.E and the Edgar Cayce readings for many years. While incredibly powerful information came through this man, the archaic prose is sometimes so difficult to read that for me the meaning is lost. This account of specific individuals who were given a reading allows the reader to be shown a broad view of the situation of all of the participants.Those in need, Edgar and the helpers to the process. And the best of all? With the information provided in well written and laid out chronology I am allowed to learn of the results of the specific individuals. What did they do with the information provided, was it correct and successful? This book is a gift of hope, love and charity. Oh and thank you for adding as an audible. My husband is blind and we are able to enjoy together.

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Amazing

It was spellbinding and fantastic. this is the third Edgar Cayce book I've listened to and I've Loved all three of them.

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Interesting information on Edgar Cayce and people

I really enjoyed listening to this biography and especially liked how it tied into events in American history. The network of people and events are nicely brought together along with what Edgar Cayce brought out in his work to help people. The story is told in such an interesting way that I couldn't wait to get back to the audio book.

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One of the best books on Edgar Cayce.

He healed two people of Tb, through Trance counsel, This is documented. I have no need of proof of God, because as we all can be, my connection is to God, as we are all pieces of God. Look for truth, and you will find it. 5 stars on everything for this book. Amazing!

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I gave up!

Monotonous story. I wouldn’t recommend it. I had to take breaks from it and finally stopped trying to force myself to finish it.

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Enlightening

At first, I thought this book was a rehash of There Is A River by Thomas Sugrue, but about halfway through it became very interesting and unique. There are more readings in this volume. And there is a more balanced backward view of what went wrong with the first hospital. And also, more detail into Cayce's life after he embraced his psychic abilities. He had many interesting encounters throughout his life that were left out of the Sugrue's book. There is also a more in depth look at what exactly the readings told Cayce to do in order to keep his health up and more detail around the times he ignored his own readings. It was obvious Cayce put his own health in peril because he felt so compelled to help as many others as he possibly could. He sounds like a wonderful human being and a truly gentle soul who wanted to do his best for others in his time here. In fact, I want to learn more about him and his work and, after reading another reviewer's comments, joined the A.R.E. Scott Pollak does an excellent narration of great material and I enjoyed listening to this audiobook.

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Cayce is as he was...love.this book

my words to describe this are not adequate...therefor.i suggest you read and listen .....and learn

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Hope Love and Faith

Excellent life story of a remarkable man that enlightens the listener and deepens ones faith. thank you

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