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Edgar Cayce: Fairies, Angels and Unseen Forces Plus Documentary ‘Cayce’s Legacy’ 2016 (Video)

Monday, October 10, 2016 13:01
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The Edgar Cayce material offers a fresh and fascinating perspective on the supernatural realms and its inhabitants, exploring angels, brownies, fairies, and more.

The Cayce readings show us that Fairies, elves, and gnomes are beings affecting the world but remain mostly unseen. Brownies are actually of the family of fairies. Nymphs are female elves. Sprites are fairies of a particularly pleasant appearance and disposition. Pixies are mischievous fairies. Folklore describes them all as magical beings of diminutive human form. Gnomes are usually described as shriveled little old men that inhabit the interior of the Earth and act as guardians of its treasures.

It would seem that the young people today are closely “attuned to the infinite,” as Cayce put it, and are therefore interested in books and movies about the normally unseen fairies, elves, and gnomes.

The complete documentary biography of Edgar Cayce covers not only his fascinating life and the phenomenal information that came through his psychic readings, but it also provides hope to anyone suffering from illness or despair of heart and spirit.

The story of Edgar Cayce often described as being `The Sleeping Prophet’ is hard to believe. In normal waking state Edgar was a relatively simple God-fearing man who had a family, a job as a photographer and also read the bible cover to cover for each year of his life. Then under hypnosis Edgar had abilities to this day that are impossible to surpass. In this trance-like state Edgar would give `readings’ as they are commonly referred to (over 14,000 in all) which could yield medical diagnoses and treatments that improved the lives of thousands of people, but his readings also yielded information about transcendental realms that could be utilized in present life by millions.


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  • A word of warning. Edgar Cayce was a heretic of huge proportions. He believed in reincarnation, that miserable heresy of despair and also he equated Our Lord, Jesus Christ with many biblical figures, who while they were precursors or symbols of Jesus, Cayce had them as actual incarnations of Our Lord, an even worse heresy. The man was ANYTHING but Christian. He seemed in his photos a sweet person but whether he knew he was being used by Satan or not, he was. It is obvious that his visions or dreams were yarns spun by the devil himself. A person can be damned by believing what Cayce taught.

    • Before invoking religious zeal of ”christian nature”, one should keep in mind that despite the size of ”Holy Bible”, you can fit actual words of Jesus in to a single regular a4 xerox copy paper without using exceptionally small print.
      There is a great shadow cast over council of Nicea, where ”Holy Bible” was canonized by mainly former Roman high priests of pagan origin. Rome functioned on slave power. Do you really think ”son of a man” whom teached: ”Do to others, what you would like others to do to you” had actual message beneficial to such power structure.
      Romans thwarted original teachings to suite their political needs and created this:: ”Even if you are son of God, government can nail you” doctrine. Jesus taught individual responsibility, not ”pharisean authority” over masses. :roll:

    • One man’s junk is another man’s treasure. Similarly, one man’s outraged cry of heresy is another man’s ecstatic cry of Gnosis.

  • Sounds like something I see when I’m on LSD or Psilocybin walking in the forest :cool:

  • Wonderful, thank you.

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