Window to God: A Medical and Scientific Analysis of the Edgar Cayce Readings

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Author T. Lee Baumann, M.D. was introduced to the Edgar Cayce readings through the publication of his first book, God at the Speed of Light. Subsequently, physician Baumann began to research the clairvoyant's medical readings. In this book, Baumann analyzes the documentation utilizing scientific data, the modern medical literature, quantum physics references, and the world's major religions. Baumann was amazed at the knowledge that Cayce, a man with only an eighth-grade education, was able to retrieve through his...
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Window to God: A Medical and Scientific Analysis of the Edgar Cayce Readings

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Author T. Lee Baumann, M.D. was introduced to the Edgar Cayce readings through the publication of his first book, God at the Speed of Light. Subsequently, physician Baumann began to research the clairvoyant's medical readings. In this book, Baumann analyzes the documentation utilizing scientific data, the modern medical literature, quantum physics references, and the world's major religions. Baumann was amazed at the knowledge that Cayce, a man with only an eighth-grade education, was able to retrieve through his clairvoyant trances. You will read how Cayce, America's most documented psychic, converted this skeptical, board-certified medical doctor into acknowledging that the man was truly a window to God.
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Melissa Levine
Window to God is author T. Lee Baumann's account of the work of clairvoyant Edgar Cayce. [Baumann's medical] analysis of Cayce's work upholds the accurateness of many of the clairvoyant's readings while also uncovering faulty information...Window to God is a fascinating look at the work of an influential clairvoyant and his unexpected impact on a man of science.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781456310332
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 11/6/2010
  • Pages: 186
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.43 (d)

Meet the Author

T. Lee Baumann of Birmingham, Alabama is a "quantum spirituality" author and lecturer and a doctor of internal medicine and geriatrics.

Beginning his spiritual journey as a religious skeptic in the 1970's, Dr. Baumann now writes books defending spirituality, based upon the incredible link between worldwide descriptions of God and the proven, scientific nature of physical Light. For instance, the major religious texts of the world all describe God in terms of Light. Near-death experiences describe going to a Light that is welcoming, intelligent, loving, and divine. Science and physics experiments imply that physical Light is omnipresent (everywhere), omniscient (all-knowing), omnipotent, and even conscious - results stemming from Light's peculiar quantum nature, including its confirmed existence outside of time!

Dr. Baumann's research suggests that the countless comparisons of our divine Creator to Light, throughout the world's sacred texts, are LITERAL, not metaphorical.

Lee has been featured in the TV documentaries "The Evidence for Heaven," "The Search for Heaven" (both Grizzly Adams productions), an Alabama Public TV production on the near-death experience, and on CBC radio's "Tapestry" and the popular "Coast-to-Coast" radio program (with interviews by both Art Bell and George Noory).
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  • Posted March 6, 2011

    Enlightening

    Window of God is author T. Lee Baumann's account of the work of clairvoyant Edgar Cayce. Baumann initially reports the influence that Cayce's work has had on his life and writing in his book, God at the Speed of Light. In Window to God, Baumann explores several of Edgar Cayce's "readings" which have been documented and cataloged by the Association for Research and Enlightenment, the non-profit organization Cayce founded in 1931. These readings fall into the categories of "physical" dealing with medical issues and "life" readings that focus primarily on past lives. Dr. Baumann's scientific and medical analysis of Cayce's work upholds the accurateness of many of the clairvoyant's readings while also uncovering faulty information. Baumann provides some background information on Cayce including his ability to learn by sleeping on his books as a child and the clairvoyant's first reading at age 24. As Baumann reviews examples from the 14,000 plus readings Cayce gave during his lifetime, one of the most interesting revelations is Cayce's own doubt in his abilities. As a Christian, Cayce initially questioned the outcomes of his readings, especially those that pertained to reincarnation. The author notes that Cayce drew his knowledge of a person he was reading from "the Source" a spiritual body of knowledge. Baumann includes anecdotes that describe his experiences with religion and opening up to the possibility of psychic ability which adds a personal touch to the book that balances out the author's scientific offerings. Dr. Baumann has practiced internal and geriatric medicine and is the author of six books. His writing on spirituality and psychic ability opens a door for readers to the unexplained. The author's work also speaks to the possibility of changing one's mindset regarding what is accepted about religion, spirituality and the human mind. In Window of God, Baumann uses Cayce's story to challenge the Christian perspective on reincarnation, pointing out a sampling of biblical verses that affirm this phenomenon. While the author challenges conventional thinking about paranormal activity, he also expresses that his personal ideas on these matters are ever changing. What I took away from reading Window of God and God at the Speed of Light, is that Dr. Baumann is a scientist whose heart is open to the mysteries of the unknown. Window to God is a fascinating look at the work of an influential clairvoyant and his unexpected impact on a man of science. Melissa Brown Levine for Independent Professional Book Reviewers

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