Tag Archives: Edgar Cayce

Can David Wilcock Be Mistaken?

Jane Doe (October 21, 1906) I’ve had this book since 1976, I believe. It was printed in 1968. It’s my Edgar Cayce “Bible”. In my earlier post, today, I quoted from it to support the idea that Beth Leone may … Continue reading

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Spiritual Discretion or a Darker Intention?

Elizabeth Wilcock (April 29, 1979?) I’m usually very good with research when it comes to finding out someone’s birth details. In fact, if there is any record of a public figure’s birth, it is normally a simple matter of looking … Continue reading

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Soul Mates or Just Good Friends?

Gladys Davis Turner (January 30, 1905 – February 12, 1986) In my review of Sidney D. Kirkpatrick’s “Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet” I got to thinking about the young stenographer who came to Virginia Beach to help the Cayce family … Continue reading

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Can Edgar Cayce’s Source Prove the Reincarnation of Lazarus?

Fredoon Birdi (April 27, 1875 – January, 1968) I went rooting through my library, yesterday, for a entry about Mary Magdalene in the above-noted book. I had previously written about this book, here. When I came to the chapter called … Continue reading

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What Links Atlantis, the Pyrenees and Egypt?

The Law of One and the Goddess! Don’t you just love it when several divergent lines of thought come together? For weeks now, I’ve been skirting the edges of this knowledge, without making the conscious connection. It all started when … Continue reading

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