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Robert J. Grant

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is a well-known author, speaker, and intuitive. He is the author of five books; and co-founder of the Virginia Beach Chapter of The International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS). A professional journalist since 1983; motivational speaker since 1988, Robert is well known for his in-depth, humorous, extemporaneous, and engaging lecture presentations. He is considered as a foremost authority, historian, and spokesperson on many facets of the Edgar Cayce Legacy. He correlates the Cayce readings with ancient and contemporary spiritual traditions including Theosophy, Buddhism, and Mystical Christianity.

Auras & Color

From the Archives: Auras: An Essay on the Meaning of Colors by Edgar Cayce This very short booklet, read by Robert Grant, is the only book actually written by Edgar Cayce. Compiled by Thomas Sugrue, the author of Edgar Cayce’s biography There Is a River, the booklet gives Cayce’s interpretation of the colors of the spectrum and tells many of his experiences and observations on the meaning of the color of auras as well as insight into how anyone can learn to see and use them. In his waking state, the “sleeping prophet” could see auras at all times and sometimes even had to be reminded that other people could not.

The booklet is available in A.R.E. Press book Edgar Cayce on Auras & Colors written by Carol Ann Liaros and Kevin Todeschi and 75th Anniversary Edition of There Is a River by Thomas Sugrure. Both are available at ARECatalog.com.