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The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce? Author Wynn Free

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Prerecorded December 11, 2004

"Don't buy it simply to learn about Cayce, or even David Wilcock, the man who claims to be Cayce's reincarnation and the bearer of a message for Humanity of even greater import and impact than that brought by the "Sleeping Prophet" himself." "No matter where you are along your spiritual path, if you can accept the possibility that entities more evolved than Humanity both exist and communicate directly with individual humans for the betterment of our species, this book is a treasure chest waiting to enrich your journey. The only key you need is an open mind."

Story Overview: Edgar Cayce, who died in 1945, has the reputation of being the western world's most famous and documented psychic/prophet. He left a legacy of 15,000 readings and since his death, 500 books havebeen written about him, on such diverse topics as alternative health, past lives, and future prophecy.

The life circumstances of 31 year old kentucky resident, David Wilcock, have led him to believe he is the reincarnation of Cayce. In 1996 Wilcock started recording his dreams and upon waking up and reviewing the notepad by his bed, he found a series of sentences, giving him advice, instead of dreams. Eventually the sentences would make predictions of events in Wilcock's future and happenings in the world.

After a year of ongoing dialogue, Wilcock's dream voice requested that he move to Virginia Beach, the home of the Edgar Cayce foundation. Having an interest in spiritual phenomena since his childhood, Wilcock visited the institute and upon passing through the front door, he found everyone in the room intensely staring at him. It turns out he was the spitting image of a young Edgar Cayce.

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