Edgar Cayce's A.R.E.
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True Tales from the Edgar Cayce Archives
Lives Touched and Lessons Learned from the Sleeping Prophet

with Sidney D. Kirkpatrick
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Program Description

Cayce Hospital ConstructionLong before psychic mediums John Edward or Sylvia Browne, there was a poor Kentucky farm boy named Edgar Cayce whose life-transforming concepts and amazing psychic readings made him the father of holistic medicine and the engine behind what became the New Age movement. It has not been until now, however—when Sidney D. Kirkpatrick, internationally acclaimed New York Times bestselling author of Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet, was given full and unrestricted access to Edgar Cayce’s papers—that the real story of the "sleeping prophet" can be told.

Edgar Cayce could not do what he did alone. He needed someone to put questions to him, and someone to record and transcribe the discourse. He needed someone who genuinely wanted his help. He needed a team, a group of family, friends, and supporters—just as his readings tell us that we need a group with whom, and by design, we are to share life’s experience—our soul group.

The wisdom within the Edgar Cayce readings is as relevant today—often more so—as it was when it was first delivered. Sidney shares the wisdom of the Cayce readings and warmth, humor, and insight, including:

  • Fascinating stories, humorous anecdotes, and soul growth guidance
  • Exploring Cayce’s soul group—and what you can learn from their experiences, challenges, and triumphs
  • Fascinating stories, humorous anecdotes, and soul growth guidance
  • Tales from the vault, such as what Cayce told Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla about the nature of electricity and anti-gravity, and what he said about the role of women in the founding of the Christian church—long before the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered
  • One-of-a-kind circumstances under which Cayce’s psychic gift is found to be astonishingly accurate and helpful to the lives he touched
  • How we can each identify and work within our own soul groups to bring love, joy, and miracles into our own lives
". . . there are no short cuts to knowledge, to wisdom, to understanding— these must be lived, must be experienced by each and every soul."
~ Edgar Cayce Reading 830-2

This special day-long event with Sidney Kirkpatrick will be filled with stories, seldom seen slides, movie clips, and lots of answers to your questions about Edgar Cayce and the creation of the A.R.E., and how the message of his work is relevant to you today. You will also have an opportunity to sign up to view Cayce's amazing "Auroscope" device mentioned in the Cayce readings.

Past attendess pay:

“Fascinating—the real stories. New Info. So appreciate his dedication to the work and staying in line with ideals.”

“Sidney’s information is especially valuable because it is so up-to-date and specific. One of my AU students heard him at the Congress and said I MUST hear him and read his book.”

“Today re-excited me once again about my spiritual journey.”

Praise for Sidney Kirkpatrick’s previous Cayce biography
“Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet”

“The best book about my father that has ever been written.” Edgar Evans Cayce

“This engaging biography reads like a codex for the New Age.” The New Yorker



Speaker
Sidney D. Kirkpatrick III

Directions

PROGRAM LOCATION:
Unity of Fairfax
2854 Hunter Mill Road
Oakton, VA 22124

Fairfax area, VA Directions:

From Washington Beltway, I-495: Take Exit 49 onto I-66 west toward Front Royal. Take the second exit (Exit 60/Route 123), turn right toward Oakton/Vienna. At the 4th traffic light, turn left on Hunter Mill Road. Proceed .3 mile and turn left into Unity of Fairfax.

From Fairfax County Parkway (Route 7100): Take Exit 55 onto I-66 east toward Washington, D.C. Then take Exit 60/Route 123 toward Oakton/Vienna and follow above directions.



Time  

Saturday, May 14, 2016- 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. At-door registration/ book tables open at 8:30 a.m. Meal break: Noon to 1:30 p.m. (Restaurants are within walking/driving distance.)

 

 


 

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