Edgar Cayce grew up in poverty and achieved only an eighth-grade education. By the time he was a teenager he was able to memorize an entire book simply by placing it near his head when he slept. As an adult, Cayce discovered that while in a trance he could diagnose illnesses. His medical readings, which were years ahead of their time. have been proven to be 90 percent accurate. His abilities helped him become a world-renowned psychic.
Mark Thurston, Ph.D., is an educator, author, and Executive Director for the Association for Research and Enlightenment, founded in Virginia Beach, Virginia by Edgar Cayce in 1931. Thurston's fifteen publications include "Millennium Prophecies, Understand and Develop Your ESP, The Inner Power of Silence, The Edgar Cayce Handbook for Creating Your Future, Experiments in Practical Spirituality, "and "Paradox of Power. "He is also the author of "Dreams: Tonight's Answers for Tomorrow's Questions, "another book in this series about the work of Edgar Cayce. His academic training in psychology provi