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Edgar Cayce's Story of Jesus

Edgar Cayce s Story of Jesus America s sleeping prophet offers his unique interpretation of the greatest story ever told In addition to his labors on behalf of the physically afflicted the world renowned prophet and psychic Edg

  • Title: Edgar Cayce's Story of Jesus
  • Author: Jeffrey Furst
  • ISBN: 9780425103272
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • America s sleeping prophet offers his unique interpretation of the greatest story ever told.In addition to his labors on behalf of the physically afflicted, the world renowned prophet and psychic, Edgar Cayce, gave a series of 2,500 clairvoyant readings devoted to spiritual matters, with reincarnation as their central theme.This extraordinary book brings together the stoAmerica s sleeping prophet offers his unique interpretation of the greatest story ever told.In addition to his labors on behalf of the physically afflicted, the world renowned prophet and psychic, Edgar Cayce, gave a series of 2,500 clairvoyant readings devoted to spiritual matters, with reincarnation as their central theme.This extraordinary book brings together the story of Jesus, as found scattered through these readings, making available for the first time the challenging and thought provoking contribution of America s sleeping prophet These excerpts make interesting reading and surely demonstrate the vitality of Cayce s subconscious mind Library Journal The appeal of Mr Furst s book lies in the fact that he quotes at great length from the Cayce readings, and this should please the people who have been tantalized by brief quotations in other, earlier books Nashville Tennessean

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    1 thought on “Edgar Cayce's Story of Jesus

    1. This is one of the hardest books ive read. terms of content,vocabulary and organizationif i would recommend an age group to this booki would say it would be 34 and over.

    2. While interesting, theologically speaking, I have real issues with Mr. Cayce's assertions that Jesus was reincarnated several times before coming as the Christ. How could he be Adam? When Adam's sin is was caused human kind to need saving? Nope.Cayce's thoughts on how Mary came to be "chosen" were interesting, but, of course, not able to be substantiated.I do not claim to be an expert, but so much of these "readings" on the lost history of Jesus strike me as unbiblical and therefore untrue.

    3. Adds much detail to the live of Jesus and his contemporaries- who can say if it is true or not? I enjoyed reading it and he reiterates the greatest command that we love one another. Those who do not believe in reincarnation will have problems with this book.

    4. I'm totally embarrassed by how much I used to be obsessed with all things Edgar Cayce. That's all I have to say on all my reviews of his books.

    5. I have been interested in learning about the life of Jesus from a non-biblical point of view for many years, and I was hoping that this book would meet my needs--it did and didn't meet my needs. This is also my first time reading anything regarding Edgar Cayce's channeling of past lives. Also I didn't understand many of the references in the book because I am not familiar with the Bible. The book is basically composed of selections from readings Cayce made for clients who wanted to know about th [...]

    6. A prior familiarity with the Cayce readings will help one to better understand and appreciate this book. If one is even somewhat familiar with the Bible, keeping an open mind will also be helpful. That said, this book provides an additional perspective of the Cayce readings and the Bible. I found some chapters easier to read than others so one may not want or need to read every word. The book will definitely broaden one's perspective on life and Jesus so it is worth reading and keeping in one's [...]

    7. It took some time getting trough this. But then Cayce was never an easy read. I have enjoyed some books about his prophecies and mental control issues. But this book about how Jesus was also Adm and all great Biblical men. Well, I had some arguments with this theory, but Cayce probably would've handed the answers right back at me. If you're into Biblical theories and reincarnation and Cayce's writings don't intimidate you at all, I highly recommend this.

    8. Great alternative understanding about Jesus. Any student of the Bible and of Jesus/Christianity should read this in order to get their thinking out of a rut.

    9. There were many parts and pages which i skipped over but otherwise it's a very engaging read. Whoever finds the subject interesting should definitely read it!

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