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Edgar Evans Cayce
Edgar Evans Cayce (1918-2013) was the youngest son of Edgar and Gertrude Cayce. Described as a renaissance man by those who knew him best, he excelled in both academics and sports. He was an electrical engineer for 43 years before his retirement and married for over 60 years. Extremely fit and in excellent health well past his 90th birthday, Edgar Evans attributed his wellbeing to following the healthy diet and exercise given in the Readings. Even while in his early 90s, he mowed his own yard and played volleyball three times a week. Before his death in early 2013, he was a Trustee Emeritus of the A.R.E., as well as a devoted grandfather and golfer. One of A.R.E.'s authorities on Atlantis, his book Edgar Cayce on Atlantis explores the latest discoveries in the search for Atlantis along with evidence of its destruction. He coauthored the book The Outer Limits of Edgar Cayce's Power which explores the relatively small number (200) of readings that appeared to be inaccurate.