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Join us for a lively and insightful Q& A and discussion with four individuals who received readings from Edgar Cayce: June Bro, Robert Schor, Faith Harding, and Patricia White Barnette (subject to change). Hosted by Cayce biographers Sidney Kirkpatrick and Nancy Kirkpatrick, they’ll explore what their readings told them and how this information influenced their lives and the lives of those around them—and find lessons we can learn too!
This once-in-a-lifetime gathering of people who knew Edgar Cayce in person was recorded during our 87th annual members congress conference, The Edgar Cayce Legacy: A Light Unto the World.
Nancy Kirkpatrick is a writer who has ghost written, edited, and helped publish several books on a variety of topics. In partnership with her husband, Sidney, the Kirkpatricks worked for several years on Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet, described by The New Yorker as "a codex for the New Age" and considered the definitive biography of Edgar Cayce. Most recently, they partnered again on the title, True Tales from the Edgar Cayce Archives.
Long-time friends and champions of the Edgar Cayce work, Sidney and Nancy Kirkpatrick are former editors of our member magazine Venture Inward, as well as our Cayce Quarterly member benefits newsletter.
Sidney D. Kirkpatrick is an award-winning filmmaker and international best-selling author. His critically acclaimed non-fiction books include A Cast of Killers, Turning the Tide, and Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet. Biographical profiles of Kirkpatrick have appeared in The New York Times, Time Magazine, and The New Yorker. He is a graduate of Hampshire College and New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
Sidney lives with his wife, Nancy, and frequently travels for work, engaging audiences in lively discussions about the Cayce material and more.
Long-time friends and champions of the Edgar Cayce work, Sidney and Nancy Kirkpatrick are former editors of our member magazine Venture Inward and our Cayce Quarterly member benefits newsletter.