For all the seemingly bombastic-claims of the “Second Nostradamus,” his story (at least how it appeared on the history channel) is quite convincing. Along with the many prophecies which are stereotypical of any “prophet” (exact dates of Great Depression, World War II, etc.), he also dedicated his life to ministering to the afflicted, prescribing thousands of medical cures for the seemingly incurable while in a deep trance, and afterwards never remembering anything he said. According to records presented on this History Channel program, he was never wrong…
With such credibility as a precedent, Edgar Cayce has also made detailed claims about ancient civilizations and relics that weren’t taken seriously until they were actually discovered long after his death (such as the Dead Sea Scrolls). Of course, I’m here more to discuss his claims about spirituality, reincarnation, the subconcious, his end of times predictions, and religion more than his subconcious curing abilities.
His claims cover a broad range, from the idea of all the same souls being reincarnated to ideas of Jesus is a spirit-brother who achieved his perfection through much reincarnation and learning.
Simply put: It’s one of those “Man, If he’s right then everything we think we know about Christianity today is totally wrong and misinterpreted.” Given that he has a pretty good resume, I’d appreciate THOROUGH help on this.