Acceptable. A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact (However the dust cover may be missing). Pages can include considerable notes--in pen or highlighter--but the notes cannot obscure the text. Book may be a price cutter or have a remainder mark.
Good. MINOR EXTERIOR WEAR, WARPED BINDING, BOOK LOOKS AS IF IT HAS BEEN ROLLED, STAINS ON OUTER PAGES. Good condition. Used books can include moderate writing, highlighting, or notes. All pages appear to be readable. Exterior may have some signs of wear from use or shelving (worn corners, scratches, etc). Paperback Used-Good.
Good. No dust jacket as issued. Pages are clean but yellowing from age; binding is tight; cover is worn at edges and corners with a bend near the spine; wear at head and foot of spine. Mass-market (rack) Paperback. Glued Binding. 384 p. Includes Index. A Dell book (8680) "Edgar Cayce's remarkable prophecies and the medical cures he prescribed while in trance--told by the only writer who knew and investigated him while he lived."-Cover Notes.
This is a great book if you want to learn about Edgar Cayce's live story.
May 7, 2008
truth is stranger than fiction
Edgar Cayce was a real person that had extraordinary clairvoyant powers to heal the sick. His gifts were so great that I would not believe them it it were not all documented in the local newspapers and in magazine articles of the day. His gifts were triggered by using self-hypnosis. He had a secretary that took down, in shorthand, everything he said under hypnosis, because when he awoke, he could remember nothing of what he said. These shorthand notes were called "readings", and they were all saved for futher reference. There are thousands of these readings. If you want to expand your mind, this is a book that you must read and contemplate.
Sep 6, 2007
Edgar Cayce and the Gift from God
I found this to be an honest, and candid story about a man that was truly blessed with a gift. He was a Godly man, sharing his gift with all who came to him, without self rightiousness, and without arrogance. In humility he dedicated his life to God, and to helping others. Edgar Cayce lived, and he died, and all that remains are the records of what he did to help others. I found it a very interesting story of a humble man that could have made his gift very lucretive. He had a following. He could have made a new religion, a new church, instead, he chose a humble life. He dedicated himself and his physic gift to God, and did only good within his humble life. He died faithful and true, without fame or fortune. He was a Godly man, and gave God the Glory for all he did.
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