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"Wynn Free introduces compelling arguments to demonstrate his thesis. I encourage you to read this book and make up your own mind."
—Drunvalo Melchizedek, Flower of Life Merkaba meditation

"It answers many philosophical and spiritual questions which I have pondered for decades."
—Barbara Lamb, family counselor, past-life regressionist

"For those who recognize truth, this book resonates its wisdom. If you allow yourself to stretch into the fascinating realities herein, it may change your life forever."
—Konrad Kaserer, spiritual leader of Unity Church of Flaggstaff, Arizona

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781583940839
  • Publisher: North Atlantic Books
  • Publication date: 3/17/2004
  • Pages: 417
  • Sales rank: 387,411
  • Product dimensions: 6.01 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 1.03 (d)

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  • Posted February 2, 2009

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    A Fascinating Read

    THE REINCARNATION OF EDGAR CAYCE explores the possibility that Edgar Cayce has reincarnated and now walks amidst us... as David Wilcock. From this slightly controversial assertion arises the basis for a most fascinating inside view of the topics of reincarnation, Edgar Cayce, David Wilcock, ascension, and the Law of One. THE REINCARNATION OF EDGAR CAYCE provides a careful overview of the consciousness work of David Wilcock.Many of David Wilcock's writings and channelings are included, as is information pertaining to the Egyptian sun-God, Ra. Author Wynn Free does an excellent job of detailing Cayce's and Wilcock's various personal idiosyncracies, while slowly building a case that Wilcock is the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce. The significance of this work is that it asks readers to keep open minds while considering the deeper implications of reincarnation, specifically Edgar Cayce's reincarnation. When we visualize how Edgar Cayce would come back (as he once said he would), would he be concerned with helping mankind deepen our understanding of our higher self? Most likely so. Would he be personally involved in providing as much information as freely as possible? Probably yes. Whether or not you believe David Wilcock is the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce, you'll love THE REINCARNATION OF EDGAR CAYCE for it's in-depth summary of scientific evidence supporting the theory of ascension, it's meticulous examination of Cayce and Wilcock, and it's explanation of what's happening next with Earth changes as we approach the predicted time of great transition. I highly recommend this beautifully written book!

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  • Posted December 1, 2012

    Soup for the soul

    This is a substantial work, more like a trilogy than a single title.
    Part One - Reincarnation by Wynn Free
    Initially the concern bears on the primary book title, that is, on the thesis of whether David Wilcox might be a reincarnation of Edgar Cayce. This idea is thoroughly approached from several angles and much evidence is given. Those most likely to object to the idea will be Cayce fans who might expect Wilcock to be a carbon copy neglecting the fact that Cayce was not perfect and that a new improved version might be in order. Wynn Free never says that he is, just that you should consider the evidence and make up your own mind, after all, this is not really provable in any case. If Wilcock had not perfected his craft, the identity of the Source would be a moot point.
    In a cosmology of Ra Wynn Free tells us "Edgar Cayce, L/L Research, and David Wilcock were and are on the cutting edge of insights linking science and spirituality." He explores the common threads of their channeling, the "metaphysical congruencies" and concludes the parallels are unmistakable. His work is thorough, documented, sourced and presented in an easy to read and open-minded tone.
    "As I immersed myself in the process of writing this book, I realized that knowing what's to come is not nearly as important as getting in touch with one's own personal connection with the interdimensional sources. But our logical minds need first to accept that this is real....then this dimensional shift might also be real,... being determined by the amount of love you can maintain in your actions and conduct towards others each day."

    Part Two - Sample Messages from David Wilcock
    This next section is more meaty, the proof of the pudding is in the tasting. These are full text transcriptions from his inner source that Wilcock calls Ra. His Ra is nowhere near as oblique and cryptic as the early Ra presented in the Law of One from L/L Research. Wilcock studied the earlier Ra Material diligently and would often stare at a single page for half an hour trying to penetrate the full meaning.
    In the second part we find a diverse collection of well-chosen passages, both snippets and five full chapters each devoted to an extended reading. Here the reader is given ample room to gauge the quality and flexibility of the Wilcock Source. Here is where the book shines, no platitudes and wishy-washy fluff, but something to ponder at length. Only by your personal discernment of this section will you reach a meaningful assessment. .
    Again, what makes DW's output worthwhile is not whether it is a carbon copy of Edgar Cayce's style or hang-ups, but how it touches your heart and lifts your vibration.
    David Wilcock has been very generous to place over 100 of his readings on his site for free viewing. Selected preview of many pages is also available on
    You can read some entire sample chapters from this section online.
    Chapter 14 Take Responsibility for Self-Acceptance is on divinecosmos
    Chapters 15 & 17 are on speedoflove
    Chapter Fifteen - Ra's View of Television and the Media
    Chapter Seventeen- Ra Reading: Healing the Original Wound and Reconnecting with God
    Chapter 16 Your Attitude is Everything is on divinecosmos
    Chapter 18 The Birth of the Christ Within Us All is on divinecosmos
    Chapter 19 A Scientific Blueprint for Ascension by David Wilcock is on spiritofmaat

    "The punchline has yet to come, but come it will. Right now, you are bei

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2011

    A complete waste of time

    This book is a pathetic attempt by the author to propagate his own religious self delusion. Don't waste your time on this one. There are many books on Cayce better than this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2011


    great read. makes you really think

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