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Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet

Edgar Cayce An American Prophet With unprecedented access to Edgar Cayce s private letters and trance readings Sidney Kirkpatrick delivers the definitive biography of the renowned psychic religious seeker and father of alternativ

  • Title: Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet
  • Author: Sidney D. Kirkpatrick
  • ISBN: 9781573228961
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Paperback
  • With unprecedented access to Edgar Cayce s private letters and trance readings, Sidney Kirkpatrick delivers the definitive biography of the renowned psychic, religious seeker, and father of alternative medicine Born in rural Kentucky in 1877, Edgar Cayce became known as the sleeping prophet, and went on to lead an extraordinary life, helping and healing thousands ThisWith unprecedented access to Edgar Cayce s private letters and trance readings, Sidney Kirkpatrick delivers the definitive biography of the renowned psychic, religious seeker, and father of alternative medicine Born in rural Kentucky in 1877, Edgar Cayce became known as the sleeping prophet, and went on to lead an extraordinary life, helping and healing thousands This is Cayce s fascinating story as it s never been told before.

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    1. Mr. Kirkpatrick has done a masterful job with this, the latest and best biography of Edgar Cayce. As I read through the comments posted here, I noticed one that implies this book is 'pointless' -- How sad that the writer felt compelled to comment, in spite of the fact that he has not obviously bothered to read the book, and knows nothing about Edgar Cayce's work. A previous president of the American Medical Association once said that "the work of Edgar Cayce is the foundation of holistic health. [...]

    2. I'm not sure why I checked this book out from the local library, but I'm sure glad that I did. Although a religious person, I never had a strong opinion about psychics and mediums. This book opened my eyes. Edgar Cayce was the real deal, and his "readings" are important documents. This book should be read by anyone who values religion and/or spirituality. The contents are, at times, controversial. Even if you don't believe everything that Cayce revealed, you'll still find it fascinating. The thi [...]

    3. A timely addition to the biographies of Edgar Cayce, the foremost American psychic. The older books were written without the sharp research and unflinching look at even some of the less appealing aspects of character and history. Sidney Kirkpatrick does a great job of helping us to see into the life, motivation and experiences of Edgar Cayce.

    4. I had never heard of Edgar Cayce before I read his biography. I'm not sure how I ended up reading this book but I'm glad I did. What an interesting life this man had.

    5. I had never heard of Edgar Cayce before I started reading, nor had I ever given much thought/credit to "psychic" readings or holistic medicine. Edgar's work has really opened my eyes to the concept of holistic medicine as well as the idea of reincarnation within the Christian faith. I also found his readings on Atlantis fascinating. Would definitely recommend this biography to anyone who is willing to have an open mind while reading. Only negative comment I have- while I did appreciate the clear [...]

    6. Wonderful comprehensive look at the life of a true prophet. I had read a previous biography about Edgar Cayce many years ago, written while he was still alive, but Sidney Kirkpatrick's work far surpasses that one, which, if I remember correctly, is called There is a River. One thing I found very intriguing was the mention of Dr. William Sadler of Chicago who was the man behind the Urantia Book. He evidently was involved with trying to debunk psychic frauds, but came away unable to rationally exp [...]

    7. I am amazed so few people know about this man who only passed away in 1945. He was a psychic medium who, when in trance, had spirits speak through him to diagnose and prescribe treatment for people that doctors could not help. He even had angels speak through him to confirm that he was doing work for God. This was a simple man who lived on the edge of poverty getting God's message out to everyone he could. Incredible story.

    8. Anything written by Sidney Kirkpatrick has to be good. His work on Edgar Cayce is a classic. It is by far the best documented and most objective biography on Cayce I have ever read. He was such a unique, almost otherworldly figure. I'm sure this book presented some difficulty to document. Kirkpatrick tone is perfect. He does not deride Cayce, nor is he overly worshipful. He just tells the story of a one of a kind American who was something of a mystery even to himself.

    9. Although this book is very detailed and lengthy, the author still makes it very readable and enjoyable. Highly recommend.

    10. Very intense. Should be read with an open mind. Cayce's life was certainly fascinating and unique. There is a lot of questioning the reader will do when reading this book.

    11. If you've ever wondered how someone becomes psychic, the author of this book, Sidney D. Kirkpatrick, delves into Edgar Cayce's life story, and unearths details that, when viewed all together, provide the answers to this and many other questions.Humble BeginningsIn his book, Sidney D. Kirkpatrick starts right at the beginning, citing Edgar Cayce's birth time as the equivalent of 3:20 pm on Sunday, March 18, 1877. Checking my Kepler 7.0 program, he is listed at 3:03 pm local time, so that is the t [...]

    12. An excellent book about a truly gifted psychic. His abilities were nothing less than mind blowing. In an age where spiritualism and mediums were all the rage this unassuming Christian farmer from Kentucky was the real deal. While in a trance he could diagnose medical issues, remotely view people/places in real time, locate missing items, and communicate with the dead among other abilities. Even more he was a Christian whose gifts though controversial at the time were totally compatible with his [...]

    13. This book was well-written, especially given the voluminous material that the author had at his disposal. I can’t imagine wandering through the labyrinth of readings to pull this story together. I did notice in the appendix that Mr Kirkpatrick is listed where it describes the coding systems for the life readings. If this is so, it would have been interesting to hear of his own reading and life experiences for comparison.

    14. Most people view Cayce as a prophet of earth changes. Of the 14,000 readings he did, very few had anything to do with this subject. Most of his readings concerned health matters and readings for spiritual growth.My history of working with traditional medicine (in a medical office) and with alternative medicine has led me to a great appreciation for the information that Cayce gave in readings that are just now being confirmed by medical studies.

    15. I loved loved reading this biography. It opened my eyes to so many new insights and thoughts concerning the deeper spiritual realities that exist. Even though I didn't always agree with what the "source/Edgar" was saying, I found all of the readings thought provoking and game changing in my life. I will come back to this book for many years.

    16. Very thorough biography, definitely an absorbing read, and, as with all of the books that make my favorites list, promotes thoughts of possibilities beyond what's accepted as ordinary in the status quo of what to think of the world around us.

    17. Excellent book!! Very indepth book about his life. I never knew who he was and this book told it all beginning from his childhood to all his challenges as an adult. A lot about his work going into trances and helping other people. I will read it again and again.

    18. VERY interesting at first, but I got bogged down about 1/2 way though. Too many characters coming and going, too long winded for me.

    19. Profound & mind blowing. If this book doesn't twist your head clean off, it should at least turn it around. Please read it & then pass your copy on to a skeptic.

    20. it is a great book to read, I live in Japan and just received this book yesterday, now enjoying reading it so muchmaria lin

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