Edgar Cayce on Angels, Archangels and the Unseen Forces

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ARE Press, 2005 - 208 pages
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Edgar Cayce On Angels, Archangels and the Unseen Forces is the first book ever published that explores Edgar Cayce's readings on the "Angels and Unseen Forces," Michael the Archangel, and the role of guardian angels. Grant goes on to further offer inspiring true stories of miraculous encounters by everyday people with angels. This book explores the powerful significance of Archangel Michael as given in the work of Edgar Cayce and through awe-inspiring messages that came through the Cayce readings. Includes illustrations of the works of 17th century artist Gustav Dore.

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This book is very informative and will definately teach you a thing or two about angels etc. A good read!!!!!Overstock has fast shipping also!!!! Read full review


1 We Are Not Alone
2 Chosen by an Angel
3 The Archangel Michael
4 The Lord of Karma
5 The Angelic Hierarchy
6 Satan and His Fallen Angels
7 The Angelic PromiseFrom Adam to Jesus
8 The Book of Revelation and the Angels Within
9 Our Beloved Guardian Angels

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Robert J. Grant is a well-known author, speaker, and intuitive. He is the author of five books; and co-founder of the Virginia Beach Chapter of The International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS). A professional journalist since 1983; motivational speaker since 1988, Robert is well known for his in-depth, humorous, extemporaneous, and engaging lecture presentations. He is considered as a foremost authority, historian, and spokesperson on many facets of the Edgar Cayce Legacy. He correlates the Cayce readings with ancient and contemporary spiritual traditions including Theosophy, Buddhism, and Mystical Christianity.

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