Is there any concrete evidence that indicates or proves that popular psychic Edgar Cayce was a fraud

Asked: Is there any concrete evidence that indicates or proves that popular psychic Edgar Cayce was a fraud


never heard of him until now.
he died such a long time ago
that i don't think anyone did any research to prove either way
he did have some very influential people believing in him
so personally I don't think he was a fraud
many phsychics are used by police to find missing people
and some are right on
I think probably one of the most impressive and compelling psychics was from Kentucky. Edgar Cayce. He was very prolific and from a young age, displayed his abilities . He was from Hopkinsville, a small town in the Southern portion of Kentucky. Many became aware of his talents and his abilities. One well known story about Cayce was , that he was having trouble with his school work. His father was concerned about his poor marks he was getting. He was giving Edgar a hard time and working with him one evening, trying to make sure he knew his lessons. Edgar was getting tired and asked if he could take a break. Hey lay his head down on the book he was learning from. After a short while, his father began to quiz him . He was amazed that Edgar seemed to know the answer to every question he was asked. Somehow after the short nap he knew the material much more in depth. It was though Edgar managed to absorb all the content of the entire book by just laying his head down on it.

Cayce became well known throughout the entire region as a healer as well. He was known as the 'Sleeping Prophet" as he would go into a light , self induced, trance and could prescribe homeopathic remedies for individuals who would write to him. He was astonishingly accurate and many individuals came to ask for him to use his abilities for their ailments. He would go into a trance and visualize the individuals body and somehow assess what and where the problem lay. He would then prescribe, while still in the trance, a remedy that could be gathered from simple ingredients that at times could be gathered from their own yard.

Edgar Cayce did have some dire predictions about the future and it would seem as though we are dealing with a few of them presently. He did make a prediction about a pole shift and indeed that has happened. There were also mention of some earth changes as well and that the ice caps are melting just may make this a reality very soon. I would not expect it not to.

Edgar Cayce also has made well documented predictions that have come true. Most of his work is kept at the Association for Research and Enlightenment in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He is probably the most documented psychic of all time.I do indeed feel that what he did was genuine and even some in the science and medical field do not dispute his abilities. Though he was referred to as a fruad on more than one occassion, no one could prove that his abilities and what he did was indeed fraudulent.He is a very good example of the great mystery within which we live. Take care.

Edgar Cayce (pronounced Casey) is known as one of America's greatest psychics. His followers maintain that Cayce was able to tap into some sort of higher consciousness, such as a god or the akashic record, to get his "psychic knowledge." He used this "knowledge" to predict that California will slide into the ocean and that New York City will be destroyed in some sort of cataclysm. He predicted that in 1958 the U.S. would discover some sort of death ray used on Atlantis. Cayce is one of the main people responsible for some of the sillier notions about Atlantis, including the idea that the Atlanteans had some sort of Great Crystal. Cayce called the Great Crystal the Tuaoi Stone and said it was a huge cylindrical prism that was used to gather and focus "energy," allowing the Atlanteans to do all kinds of fantastic things. But they got greedy and stupid, tuned up their Crystal to too high a frequency and set off volcanic disturbances that led to the destruction of that ancient world. He made other predictions concerning such things as the Great Depression (that 1933 would be a good year) and the Lindbergh kidnapping (most of it wrong, all of it useless), and that China would be converted to Christianity by 1968. He also claimed to be able see and read auras, but this power was never tested under controlled conditions. However, Edgar Cayce is best known for being a psychic medical diagnostician and psychic reader of past lives.

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