Edgar Cayces Millennium Proph

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Is it a curse or a blessing to live in times of great change? This critical anaylisis of the predictions of Edgar Cayce, one of the most remarkable psychics who ever lived, comes at the dawn of a new millennium—a time ripe with possibility and alive with opportunities for social, political, and pyschological renewal. Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the Second Coming of Christ, the influence of climate on human health, the critical role of planetary changes in shaping our hopes and dreams, and archaeological ...
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Is it a curse or a blessing to live in times of great change? This critical anaylisis of the predictions of Edgar Cayce, one of the most remarkable psychics who ever lived, comes at the dawn of a new millennium—a time ripe with possibility and alive with opportunities for social, political, and pyschological renewal. Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the Second Coming of Christ, the influence of climate on human health, the critical role of planetary changes in shaping our hopes and dreams, and archaeological discoveries that affect our place in the universe are among the experiences Cayce believes are in store for citizens of the world in the next century. More than a harbinger of things to come, these hopeful millennial prophecies bring into focus the creative solutions that we can adapt now to make a positive impact in shaping our future.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780760715406
  • Publisher: Sterling Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/1/1999
  • Pages: 202

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2000

    How sad

    How sad it is to see religions forming that claim to have connections/backgrounds in Christianity that are anything but. To find out what prophecies to really believe, I recommend a much better book, The Bible. *I gave this book 1 star simply because I was required to complete that space and no stars was not an option.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2000

    Dead Prophet's Society!

    There is little doubt that Edgar Cayce was among one of the most eclectic and influential figures of the 20th Century. And now this book dramatically forwards his thoughts and predictions into the new millennium. It is said that to know prophecy is to know mankind, and - whether you believe in them or not - Cayce's predictions in this book coalesce into a wide array of philosophy from religious dogma to cataclysms of intense impact on the inert landscape and fragile humanity. Read this book and you will have insight and enlightenment on the 'brave new' millennium we have entered.

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