27 December 2008

Psychic Edgar Cayce--On Dreams Harmon H. Bro (Edited by Hugh Lynn Cayce)

I'm beginning this thing today, and it should be an interesting addition to the bits that I've read over the years about him, and the anecdotal fragments I got from his nephew moons ago when I was a middle-school tyke. This cat was a teacher/headmaster at the school I attended from ages 10-15. In his native Hopkinsville/Kentucky drawl, he pronounced his uncle's name "Ed-Gah". I have also known some interesting people who were also from Hopkinsville, Kentucky. When I think of "Hop-Town", as natives call it, I have this, (unsubstantiated), romantic notion that it's a micro version of Savannah, Georgia, as it was presented in Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil. (The movie). I have not been to Savannah, so I cannot say, (nor do I think), that it's an accurate rendering. It's a nice vision nonetheless.  I even have a friend whose brother committed murder in the heat of passion in Hopkinsville. The story is really frighteningly screenplay-ish.

Edgar Cayce (March 18, 1877 – January 3, 1945) (pronounced /ˈkeɪsiː/) was an American psychic. He is said to have demonstrated an ability to channel answers to questions on subjects such as health or Atlantis, while in a self-induced trance. Though Cayce considered himself a devout Christian and lived before the emergence of the New Age Movement, some believe he was the founder of the movement and had influence on its teachings.[1]

Cayce became a celebrity toward the end of his life, and the publicity given to his prophecies has overshadowed what to him were usually considered the more important parts of his work, such as healing (the vast majority of his readings were given for people who were sick) and theology (Cayce was a lifelong, devout member of the Disciples of Christ). Skeptics[2] challenge the statement that Cayce demonstrated psychic abilities, and conventional Christians also question his unorthodox answers on religious matters (such as reincarnation and Akashic records). He may have been the source for the idea that California would fall into the Pacific Ocean (though he never said exactly this).[citation needed]

Today there are tens of thousands of Cayce students. Most are located in the United States and Canada, but Edgar Cayce Centers are now found in 25 other countries. The Association for Research and Enlightenment (ARE), headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is the major organization promoting interest in Cayce.

Source: Wikipedia
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