Edgar Cayce's Story of Jesus

Edgar Cayce's Story of Jesus

Book - 1969
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Publisher: New York: Coward-McCann, [1969, c1968]
Edition: 1st American ed.. -
Characteristics: 365 p.; 22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Furst, Jeffrey
Alternative Title: Story of Jesus.

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10000mefest
Jul 20, 2017

For those approaching this work with an open mind, this book offers new clarity, potential resonance and understanding of Jesus' life and times as conveyed through Edgar Cayce. The bountifully abundant font of spiritual wisdom he accessed through his fascinating trance-like states of consciousness are absolutely riveting.

Furst's account of Cayce's readings shine brightest as an incredibly insightful look into the details of the culture and personal lives of not only Jesus, but His family, as well as some of His closest associates. I'd venture to claim that the details found in this work will be found in few if any other biographies of Christ. Many of the details presented are amazingly, intricately detailed.
I found this volume very thought provoking and enlightening.

Much of the information integrates a very solid utilization of reincarnation. This was something that challenged and shook even Cayce's fundamentalist views and beliefs at first. It flew in the face of all he'd been taught as a child.

One can't help but come away deeply inspired and illuminated --- yet eager for more understanding of the many mysteries of life and our world.
*Highly Recommened

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