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Author Topic: THE SLEEPING PROPHET  (Read 238 times)
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« on: September 11, 2007, 04:07:11 pm »

Cayce never remembered anything he said in his trance-like sleeps.  His words were taken down in shorthand and later typed.  Therefore Cayce never knew the
questions he was asked at the conclusion of a reading before he was given the
suggestion to awaken.  Occasionally, the person conducting the reading sought
personal gain and would inquire about the future outcome of a horse race or seek
investment advice concerning the stock or commodity markets.  Cayce would an-
swer the questions to the inquirer's profit, but he would awaken nervous and
tired, ususlly withpainful headaches.

When Cayce learned how he was being used, he gave up "psychic readings" and
devoted himself entirely to working as a photographer, a job in which he literally
had his trials by fire.  A fire burned him out of business, leaving him deeply in debt.
On another occasion, an exploding can of photographer's flash powder burned
Hugh Lynn.  The reading outlined a treatment that not only saved both of Hugh
Lynn's eyes, but restored his vision.

Encouraged by this remarkable success, Cayce began again to give readings. 
However, in order to avoid the problems he had encountered before, he insisted
that his wife always conduct the reading.  From that time on my mother, Gertrude,
was the one who gave him the suggestion for the reading; she was the one who
asked the questions and she was the one who gave him the suggestion to wake up.
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