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The Prophecies of Edgar Cayce

Updated on July 26, 2017
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Edgar Cayce
Edgar Cayce

Who Was Edgar Cayce?

And what did he predict?

Cayce was a twentieth century medical intuitive and clairvoyant that help thousands of people identify, manage and in some estimations cure personal maladies and illnesses.

He lived from 1887 to 1945 and is often called "the sleeping prophet" because he diagnosed illness and helped people while in an unconscious state.

One of the most documented clairvoyants, Cayce not only discussed medical information he helped people identify previous lives, particularly related to atlantis and time periods outside of our documented history, and made predictions about earth changes and future events.

The "Association for Research and Enlightenment", known as the A.R.E., is the organization that manages Edgar Cayce's documents and information and has done so since 1931.

Discovering Cayce's prophecies, predictions and remedies

There are many repdictions and prophecy woven through Edgar Cayce's readings. The best way to find them is to discover them for yourself by actually reading the books that document the readings.

By doing so you will stumble upon them and discover your own interpretations. Predictions made by Cayce are not usually laid out in a list format. They are usually given in response to questions asked by the person requesting the reading.

Books published by the Cayce organization A.R.E. are laid out in a question and answer format making it very simple to locate questions and information that might be of interest to the person reading the book.

Cayce's Topics

According to the A.R.E., Cayce's readings discuss as many as 10,000 different topics. The A.R.E. narrows these subjects into smaller categories so that readers can find the answers to their questions in a simple fashion. The five categories the A.R.E. uses are Health-Related Information, Philosophy and Reincarnation, Dreams and Dream Interpretation,ESP and Psychic Phenomena, and Spiritual Growth, Prayer and Meditation.

Edgar Cayce Books

You can jump in just about anywhere in the long list of books about Cayce's work and learn something valuable or at least get your interest piqued.

Cayce spoke about many topics including Jesus, Atlantis, diet, healing, and personal situations. His work has consistently been studied and written about over the decades since his death.

Some writers are very good at deciphering the material he left behind and their works are especially helpful on the path of a personal understanding of YOU and who you really are.

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Cayce and Atlantis

I am not sure I believe in a place called Atlantis. Although I do believe there have been many other cities, cultures and timeframes that existed before us.

Cayce's descriptions of a place called Atlantis, the stories he tells of the people living at that time and the technology and events that took place there are great reading whether you believe him or not.

Interpretations of Edgar Cayce's Atlantis

Cayce spurred others to examine the idea of Atlantis and many authors have commented on and developed their own interpretations around the Cayce information.

Cayce also spoke often about South America and Egypt, too. He made predictions about the historical buildings and objects we would find from those places and the impact they would have on our perceptions and lives.

Topics Cayce Discusses

Cayce includes many health topics, historical information and discussion of places and events we have no proof of today.

He was very vocal about the benefits of castor oil on healing the body.

Other Topics Edgar Cayce spoke about were:


Holistic Health


Drugless Therapies

Akashic Records

Health and Nutrition

Removal of Illness

Massage for Health



Weight Loss

Case Histories-Individual and Family

Personal Astrological Influences


Missing Persons

The Continuity of Life

The Nature of Psychic Perception

Creating the Future

Have you read Cayce's Books?

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    • Heather426 profile image

      Heather Burns 3 years ago from Wexford, Ireland


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      Steve Dizmon 4 years ago from Nashville, TN

      I have read many of the books written about Cayce and find him to be very credible. Enjoyed the Lens.

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      Tony Bonura 5 years ago from Tickfaw, Louisiana

      I have read a couple of his books and several about him and ARE.