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Reflections Radio/TV Guest Bios
Known as a mystical physician, Dr. Christine Page was immersed in spiritual mysteries from an early age. In the search for true healing, she has over 30 years of experience as a doctor and homeopath, receiving her degree from the Royal Free Medical School, London. Now focused on education, she is a gifted intuitive, mystic, and alchemist, sharing her insights and knowledge through teaching, soul readings, and writing. She sees herself as a messenger and bridge builder between different worlds whether this includes modalities of health care or levels of consciousness. Author of seven books, she is best known for Frontiers of Health and her latest, The Healing Power of the Sacred Woman.
Gregory L. Little, EdD, part Seneca, is author of the authoritative guide to America’s mound sites, Illustrated Encyclopedia of Native American Mounds & Earthworks and co-author of Mound Builders. Both he and his wife (Lora Little) have been featured in documentaries on Discovery, Learning Channel, History Channel, Sci-Fi, MSNBC, and National Geographic.
Lora Little, EdD, has been a longtime student of the Cayce readings, especially focusing on his readings on archaeology, ancient biblical history, and spiritual development. She is coauthor of six books including A.R.E.’s Search for Atlantis and Secrets of the Ancient World.
For some years Greg and Lora Little have conducted A.R.E. tours of America’s mounds and earthworks. For details, go to EdgarCayce.org/tours. They are regular presenters at A.R.E. Conferences (EdgarCayce.org/Conferences)
Josephine B. Adamson, MD, MPH, CMT, is the Medical Director for Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. She received her MD from Duke University’s School of Medicine and Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of North Carolina and is a graduate of the Cayce/Reilly® School of Massage. A former co-owner of a medical device company, she has a wealth of experience creating and maintaining health-related non-profit and for-profit businesses. She joined A.R.E. as part of the organization’s renewed focus on the health information, one of the most important, enduring legacies from the Edgar Cayce readings. She is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the health outreach and administration and interfacing with the stellar staff of the Cayce/Reilly School of Massage—which provides a comprehensive education in the art and science of therapeutic massage— and the holistic A.R.E. Health Center & Spa—which provides holistic therapies to clients from around the world in its oceanfront Virginia Beach, Va., setting complete with a Café.
Dr. Mary Helen Hensley is a chiropractor, metaphysical healer, and international motivational speaker. She has authored numerous books including The Pocket Coach and The Chakra Fairies: A Magical Mantra for Children. Her latest best-seller Promised by Heaven shares the unforgettable account of her spiritual journey and development as a metaphysical healer. She lives in Ireland with her two daughters, Jemma Skye and Jada, who are also gifted outside of the five senses. She is a regular presenter at A.R.E. Conferences. Her website is MaryHelenHensley.com
Echo Bodine was born with psychic abilities and the gift of healing, including clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience. A talented and experienced psychic development trainer, spiritual healer, and "ghostbuster," she is the author of Hands That Heal, which teaches others how to channel spiritual healing, and several books on psychic development, including A Still Small Voice , The Gift , The Key, and My Little Book of True Ghost Stories. Echo has appeared on numerous television shows. Her Web site is EchoBodine.com.
The sixth man to walk on the moon, Dr. Mitchell’s life-changing experience during his Apollo 14 mission later lead him to found the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), which sponsors research into the nature of consciousness. Scientist, test pilot, naval officer, astronaut, author, and lecturer, his extraordinary career personifies humankind’s eternal thrust to widen its horizons as well as its inner soul.
Dr. Mitchell’s rich academic background includes degrees from Carnegie Mellon University and MIT, and honorary doctorates in engineering from New Mexico State University and the University of Akron, and a ScD from Embry-Riddle University. He has received many awards and honors and was a nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005. He is the author of Psychic Exploration and The Way of the Explorer, as well as dozens of articles in both professional and popular periodicals. He has devoted the past four decades to studying human consciousness and psychic and paranormal phenomena in the search for a common ground between science and spirit.
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.
Elaine Hruska, MA, is a therapist for the Edgar Cayce A.R.E. Health Center & Spa located in Houston, Texas. She holds her MA in transpersonal studies from Atlantic University and is considered an expert on the Edgar Cayce health readings. Elaine trained under Harold J. Reilly, who was a pioneer in the field of massage therapy and a world-renowned physiotherapist. Dr. Reilly actually began receiving recommendations and cases from Edgar Cayce in 1930, almost two years before they had met! At that time, he had never heard of Edgar Cayce and did not suspect that the referrals were coming from a medical intuitive. Dr. Reilly created the Cayce/Reilly Massage, a particular style of Swedish massage he developed from information suggested in the Cayce readings. She is the author of the best-selling Your Key to Good Health: Unlocking the Power of Your Lymphatic System and the new book Edgar Cayce's Quick & Easy Remedies which highlights the wealth of information given in the Edgar Cayce readings with a spotlight on the simplest and most commonly prescribed remedies and a Symptom-Remedy Index which allows the reader to find suggested solutions for just about any illness or disease.
Esther Wynne was a Norfolk school teacher when she met Edgar Cayce. Following that meeting, she went on to become one of the founders of A.R.E. Study Group activities as a member of Study Group No. 1, the first Cayce study group which began meeting in 1931. The group worked toward spiritual awakening through meditation and prayer, dream interpretation, Bible study, and changes to diet and thoughts as directed by Edgar Cayce's Readings. The lessons given to the study group, a collective work by the members of Study Group #1, were compiled by Esther, the person most responsible for getting the A Search for God books published. She was a great inspiration to the International Study Group directors at that time, the Sechrists.