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Ancient Mysteries
September 23, 2016

Imagine a journey where your fellow travelers are a part of the same soul group and speak your language, the sights and sounds fill your very being with visions, and metaphysical insights and transfor…

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Spiritual Growth
September 16, 2016

A few months ago, I went to my shamanic practitioner, Gwendolyn Natusch, in Virginia Beach. She had been helping me to clear and release old negative patterns of self-condemnation, shame, and doubt. E…

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Ancient Mysteries
September 09, 2016

The Cherokee people have a rich oral tradition detailing the origin of their ancestors. By comparing that history with the psychic readings of Edgar Cayce, a case can be made that the actual origin of…

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August 27, 2016

Like dream symbols, and the psychic game, a Tarot card symbol can offer you the chance to access your subconscious mind to explore something that you already know. What does the card represent for you…

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Holistic Health
August 19, 2016

We may work with our ideal, especially during our meditation periods, and this effort can bring us closer to that oneness for which our souls yearn and seek. Adding this spiritual focus—meditation—hel…

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Edgar Cayce Readings
August 12, 2016

Who hasn’t seen the image of the three monkeys with their hands covering their eyes, ears, and mouth, representing, "See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil”? It seems self-explanatory—don’t look upo…

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Ancient Mysteries
August 05, 2016

Around 300 BC, a high priest named Manetho lived in Sebennytos, a city in the Nile Delta. He wrote a three-volume work, which is now lost for the most part. How then do we know anything about it? We o…

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From the Desk of KEvin Todeschi
Monthly Update
July 29, 2016

An update for A.R.E. members and friends who are interested in the new and exciting trends occurring within Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. and Atlantic University. A number of exciting things are happening this…

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Spiritual Growth
July 22, 2016

In these days of so much hostility to the "other,” the stranger, the immigrant, LGBT people, etc., and in these days of incivility in much of our public life, I’m highly recommending we intentionally …

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