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No Death: God's Other Door Paperback – March 17, 1999
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From the Back Cover
Edgar Cayce's psychic readings indicate that life and death are one continuous experience and that "stepping through God's Other Door" doesn't stop the interplay between these two worlds. This book offers the reader insights from the Cayce readings on many aspects of death. Culled from the lectures and writings of Edgar's eldest son, Hugh Lynn Cayce, this volume presents fascinating stories of life with Edgar Cayce, quotes from his psychic readings on life after death, and Hugh Lynn's own experience with disincarnate spirits, out-of-body travel, dreams, and more. You will also find information about angels and archangels, possession, and life on the "other side." Step through God's Other Door with Hugh Lynn Cayce and discover what lies beyond.
About the Author
Edgar Cayce was born in 1877 and lived until 1945. For more than forty years of his life, he gave what are called psychic readings. As a young man, he discovered that he had an unusual ability to put himself into an altered state of consciousness. He seemed to have access to virtually all knowledge. He was called the sleeping prophet" and is the most documented psychic of our time.
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Like the previous reviewer Tootsiebelle said, its a hard book to understand. It is, if you aren't familiar with the way Cayce spoke when in trance. Reading Edgar Cayce's trance material is almost like trying to read old English, you have to put in some serious effort. Unfortunately, I think that keeps lots of people from reading books on Cayce. Which is a shame because once you understand what Edgar Cayce is saying, it's an awakening of the mind and an uplifting of the soul. At least it was for me.
And its so worth taking the effort to understand his trance-speak because this man could talk to beings in the higher realms. Edgar Cayce could travel through higher realms and access the Akashic Records, and he could see and communicate with deceased people.
This book has lots of Edgar Cayce's transcripts from readings about death, the afterlife, what it means to die, and where people go after death. The overall message is the same, no matter what reading, who the reading was for, or what year it took place. The main message is that we continue on, that we all reincarnate over and over in order to grow spiritually. When we are not on earth, we exist in the spiritual plane, and when not there, we are on earth (or other physical planes, for Edgar Cayce says there are many others).
About death, Edgar Cayce says in one reading, "For, as has been given it is not all of life to live, nor yet all of death to die. For life and death are one, and only those who will consider the experience as one may come to understand or comprehend what peace indeed means." From reading 1977-1.
There are some stories in here that I got a huge thrill from (and its worth getting the book for these stories that Hugh shares with us in regards to family spirits that communicated with Edgar Cayce). One of them is about when Edgar Cayce's mother was dieing. Edgar could see spirits gathering around his mother as she lay in bed dieing. I don't want to spoil anything for would-be readers though, so that's all I'll say about that one. Other then WOW!
The other story is about a message that came from a group of deceased family members when Edgar Cayce was doing a reading for someone else. At the end of the reading, instead of coming out of trance, he began conveying a message to his wife from her departed family members. The transcripts give a one-sided conversation that went on between Edgar and the deceased family members, but it still gives some very clear pictures of what life is like on the other side.
What I also like about this book is that the author paraphrases a lot of the transcripts, helping the reader understand what his dad was saying. He doesn't just leave the reader to figure it out on her own.
I love Edgar Cayce's books because they affirm and strengthen my belief that we are all eternal souls. And this is one of my favorites of his books.