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Who was Edgar Cayce?

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The Association for Research and Enlightenment

In 1931, the Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.) was founded by Cayce to be a depository for his readings. Each reading was categorized and filed for future reference.

With headquarters in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the A.R.E. operates a 50,000 volume library of metaphysics, houses an extensive research center for parapsychology and is building a $1.5 million holistic health center. Lectures are offered on a daily basis at the Atlantis University. Visitors are welcome. The A.R.E. employs 160 people and operates on a $5 million annual budget.

The A.R.E. keeps the memory and "ministry" of Edgar Cayce alive.

At the close of 1944, Edgar Cayce became severely ill. On New Year's Day he predicted he would be miraculously healed of his sickness. Three days later he was dead.

The tragic story of Edgar Cayce, the "sleeping prophet" is another fulfillment of I Timothy 4:1: "Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils."

(Reprinted from Streett's The Cult Invasion notebook with permission. The parenthetical sources have been added and refer to a pro-Cayce biography entitled There Is A River by Thomas Sugrue.)