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Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation by Noel Langley

Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation (1967)

by Noel Langley

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On the warm afternoon of August 10, 1923, in a hotel room in Dayton, Ohio, the famous American sleep to receive one of the greatest shocks of his life.
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Have we lived before?
Will our souls return to earth again, reborn in different bodies?
How can we magnify our constructive Karma - making possible a more perfect state of grace?

Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation explores the many startling facts of the concept of an and having more than one life. Treating reincarnation not as an occult fantasy but as a feasible effect of Christianity, he shows how modern man may achieve immortality.
Composed largely of Edgar Cayce's own words, this book will be welcomed by everyone fascinated by metaphysics and parapsychology.
This series from the Readings of Edgar Cayce is under the editorship of his son, Hugh Lynn Cayce, Director of the Association for Research and Enlightenment, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

The late Edgar Cayce's groundbreaking psychic work in nutrition, health, religion, ESP--and reincarnation--have made him the most respected clairvoyant of our time. Compiled from 2,500 of his extraordinary readings, this illuminating book unveils the reality of rebirth. Here are accounts of people who have lived before and remarkable evidence of a timeless, unifying force that pervades the universe.
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