Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) is the most thoroughly documented clairvoyant in history.
Typically, he would lie down on a couch as if to take a nap. A “conductor,” normally his wife, would read certain directions to him. Thereupon, he would begin to speak, from this sleep-like state, and answer questions that were posed to him.
In this state, he seemed to have access to an infinite storehouse of information. He spoke of things and concepts he could not possibly have had knowledge of in his waking life: chakras, kundalini, the titles and authors of obscure books, the names and addresses of health care practitioners whom he had never heard of, and who had never heard of him, in real life.
A secretary was normally present who would record everything he said in shorthand, and afterwards transcribe it on a typewriter.
Each of these discourses is called a “reading.” More than 14,000…
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