Edgar Cayce (born on 18 March 1877 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, USA, died on 3 January 1945 in Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA): American mystic, “healer” and medium; author of thousands of stenographically recorded answers to many different questions, starting with diagnoses and recipes for patients and up to information about the reasons of downfall of former civilizations. Since most of records were made in a special state of trance, resembling sleep, he got the nickname of “the Sleeping Prophet”. His prophetic abilities may be compared to the unique foresight gift of great Nostradamus and legendary Bulgarian clairvoyant Vanga. Edgar Cayce performed medical diagnosing via clairvoyance during forty-three years. He left stenographical records of about 30,000 such diagnoses to the Association for Research and Enlightenment, in addition to hundreds of comprehensive reports containing patient evidences and doctors’ notes. In the United States there live hundreds of people who are ready to confirm the accuracy of his diagnoses and efficacy of his suggestions.
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