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Edgar Cayce: Prophetic Insight

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By way of self induced trance, Edgar Cayce (1877-1945, Kentucky) would answer any question asked to him. Unlike the common sleep-talker, Cayce would answer oil drillers' greedy schemes to the foot, including depth. In a conscious state, Cayce had no outstanding geographical nor medical knowledge to lend to his readings. With this in mind, Edgar Cayce was said to have had x-ray vision due to his accurate, medical textbook descriptions of the human body. He could not only diagnose any ailment, he could tell you how to cure it. He even cured his son's partial blindness after doctors said he'd never again see out of his right eye.
When someone came to him with an irreparable broken knee, Cayce suggested the unprecedented use of a nail to heal the break. This practice is widely used in todays medical practices.
Luckily, he hired a stenographer to record his... prophecies, if you will. Gladys Davis recorded over 14,000 of Cayce's readings.
Some believe he predicted things like the Great Depression. In the fact on Atlantis, I mentioned that he predicted a fragment of the civilization to be found in the late 60s. Thus the discovery of the Bimini Road, 1968. Fact on Atlantis
Edgar Cayce believed that anyone was able to tap into his abilities; only if they were okay with giving up self interest.

 

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