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by Mark Thurston,Irene Hughes

Free eBook Edgar Cayce's Predictions For The 21st Century download ISBN: 1929841213
Author: Mark Thurston,Irene Hughes
Publisher: We Publish Books (May 16, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 268
Category: Religion
Subcategory: New Age and Spirituality
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Edgar Cayce is America's most famous and well-respected prophet and mystic Also surprisingly, very little in the way of actual predictions for the 21st century.

Edgar Cayce is America's most famous and well-respected prophet and mystic. Dr. Mark Thurston takes an in-depth look at the Cayce predictions for earth changes. Also surprisingly, very little in the way of actual predictions for the 21st century. 17 people found this helpful.

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Mark Thurston takes an in-depth look at the Cayce predictions for earth changes, political upheaval, and the blossoming of a renewed humanity for the 21st century and beyond. Supported by Nostradamus, The Hopi Indians and Irene Hughes. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Edgar Cayce's Predictions for the 21st Century by Mark Thurston (Hardback, 2004). Brand new: lowest price.

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I purchased this book thinking I was going to learn about Mr. Cayce's predictions - instead I learned about . Cayce's predictions - instead I learned about someone else's "interpretations" of his predictions. and mostly his views of humanity. 3 people found this helpful. Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase.

Dr. Thurston takes an in-depth look at the America's most famous and well-respected prophet and mystic, Edgar Cayce predictions for earth changes, political upheaval, and the blossoming of a renewed humanity for the 21st century and beyond. With Instructions For Living That Cayce Envisioned. Includes Nostradamus And Other World Prophecies.
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Kirimath
I purchased this book thinking I was going to learn about Mr. Cayce's predictions - instead I learned about someone else's "interpretations" of his predictions ... and mostly his views of humanity. Disappointing!
Yla
The book is good if you want to learn a version of meditation. Many of the predictions in the book were wrong, the events came and went. I have actually lost interest in Casey's work because of this book. No wow factor. I'll take a look at another book sometime in the future to regain my interest in Edgar Casey. An easy prediction for this book, it will not be a best seller.
Berkohi
This is an inspirational book a la Thurston. For me, the problem was that about 95% of the book is the author's words, with a very occasional quotation from Cayce. Also surprisingly, very little in the way of actual predictions for the 21st century. Not sure how the publisher arrived at the title for the book, perhaps to sell it?
Sirara
I saw this author interviewed in a documentary about Edgar Cayce and I was intrigued enough to buy the book they referenced. Boy was I disappointed. There are hardly any direct quotes from Cayce and Thurston's interpretations are really ridiculous. Did you know that Atlantis didn't exist in the past and Cayce was confusing the past and the future, so his memories of Atlantis are actually predictions of a future civilization? Ideas like this and the fact that the book is really about Thurston's own ideas and not really about Cayce at all made me really angry that I wasted money on this thing.
Ballalune
This book is great about what Edgar Cayce said in his predictions, and how even though it seemed that the prediction might not have come true, it may have been in the wrong time frame, as time frames are very hard. People want to know exactly when things will happen, so that they can be prepared.
Gadar
This book is DYNAMIC it is a selection I have read several times and each time it is revealing more understanding of our own nature and personal growth. Being a trained Osteopathic Physician, I am intrigued by his prediction of its role in treating psychiatric d/o's with manipulation. If one reads this book with the goal of "knowing the future"; you will likely be disappointed. If you read it understand your own (human) nature you will be pleased often. The Lost teachings of Atlantis and Golden Rule Workbook by Jon Peniel will further illuminate the understandings. Good luck with your personal journey; if you are seekingthis book; that is likely what it is about.
Gaua
This book is pure drivel. I forced myself to read it from beginning to end hoping that there was some point or some useful information. All Edgar Cayce fans stay away! This book makes so many ridiculous assumptions supposedly based on Cayce's readings that I was shocked that Cayce's name was used in the title. Without going into specifics, the author many times suggest that Cayce was wrong about many timelines or as the author states "confused", including about being confused about prophecies of the past and those of the future. What nerve! Few specific quotes are used from Cayce and those that are used are interpreted to have a completely different meaning than what Cayce intended (in my opinion). The entire book is extremely general, giving almost no specifics about the 21st century, only guidelines as to how to live a better life. From a purely psychological point of view, the book is average, but it should definitely not have the name of Edgar Cayce in the title. ANYONE WHO RESPECTS CAYCE'S WORK, STAY AWAY FROM THIS!
I think that I would enjoy this book if I indeed had ever been delivered this book. I have e-mailed a couple weeks agao and was ensured that the book would one day arrive, however that day has not arrived as of yet.
Tom Vincent