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Edgar Cayce:
My Life As a Seer

The Lost Memoirs
Edited by A. Robert Smith

St. Martin’s Mass Market Paper, 2002
ISBN: 0312971443
Religion and Spirituality, 413 pages
Mass Market Paperback, $7.99

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The prophecies and readings of Edgar Cayce, “The Sleeping Prophet,” have inspired millions of people around the world and been the subject of hundreds of books. Now, for the first time, Edgar Cayce tells his story in his own words in this recently discovered memoir edited by A. Robert Smith. In My Life As a Seer, readers will learn more about Cayce’s feelings about his psychic powers and how they influenced his incredible life, from his childhood in Kentucky to his development as a great psychic, philosopher and healer. Cayce devotees and those who know little about the “father of the New Age movement” will learn much about this fascinating man.

  A. Robert Smith

A. ROBERT SMITH is the editor of Venture Inward magazine, author of five previous books, including the Paraview Press title Misdiagnosed: Was My Wife A Casualty of America’s Medical Cold War? Smith is a former Washington correspondent and columnist whose work has been published in the New York Times Magazine, Newsday, Philadelphia Inquirer, Washington Post, Portland Oregonian, Virginian-Pilot and other publications. He lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

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