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True Tales from the Edgar Cayce Archives

Aug 26, 2015 03:24PM
cayceOn September 26, the New York Edgar Cayce Center will present an all-day workshop, “True Tales from the Edgar Cayce Archives: Lives Touched and Lessons Learned from the Sleeping Prophet.” Sidney Kirkpatrick, best-selling author of Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet, and his wife and research/writing partner, Nancy Kirkpatrick, will take participants on a journey into the archives of Cayce’s 14,000-plus psychic readings, sharing case studies and exploring what they call the “incredible and astounding” results of Cayce’s work in many lives.

Participants will hear tales from the vault, such as what Cayce told Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla about the nature of electricit  and anti-gravity, and what he said about the role of women in the founding of the Christian church—long before the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered. The Kirkpatricks will describe the “one-of-a-kind circumstances under which Cayce’s psychic gifts were found to be astonishingly accurate and helpful to the lives he touched.”

Workshop 10am-5pm at the Edgar Cayce Center, 241 West 30th St. Tickets can be bought ahead for $59 or $45 for members or at door for $99/$89. More info at or call 212.691. 7690. A free phone-in interview and Q & A with the Kirkpatricks will be held Sept 21. 8 pm EDT. Dial 425.440.5100, access# 220840#.


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