From his early childhood American Edgar Cayce showed extraordinary psychic abilities. He was able to talk to dead members of his family and acquire knowledge in a very unusual way. At school age, thanks to falling asleep with a book under his head he was able to remember with incredible accuracy. When his vocal cords were paralyzed at the age of 21, the decisive and probably the most important moment in Cayce's life came. In an annual search to find a cure, he decided to "sleep" himself, or put into hypnotic state. At the same time, his friend asked him questions about the disease. In response, he heard a truly specialized method of treatment, using medical terms. After applying the recommended method, Cayce regained his speech, Its doctors were in Hopkinsville and Bowling Green in Kentucky. Over time, the "sleeping prophet" was able to diagnose without touching the patient using telepathy. In June 1954, nine years after his death, given the undeniable evidence for healing literally thousands of people, he received a doctorate from the University of Chicago for his work in the field of medicine.
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Edgar Cayce Speaks 2017
Edgar Cayce was an American Christian mystic who answered questions on subjects as varied as healing, reincarnation, wars, Atlantis, and future events while claiming to be in a trance. A biographer gave him the nickname, "The Sleeping Prophet"