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Cayce, Edgar, 1877-1945

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Personal name headingCayce, Edgar, 1877-1945
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Variant(s)Keishī, Edogā, 1877-1945
See alsoFounded: Association for Research and Enlightenment
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Associated countryUnited States
LocatedVirginia Beach (Va.)
Birth date1877-03-18
Death date1945-01-03
Place of birthBeverly (Ky.)
Place of deathVirginia Beach (Va.)
AffiliationAssociation for Research and Enlightenment
Profession or occupationParapsychology Psychic readings
Psychics Prophets
Found inSugrue, T. There is a river ... 1942.
Igarashi, Y. Edogā Keishī Nihonjin e no saigo no keikoku, 1990: p. 20, etc. (Edgar Cayce; b. 3/18/1877; d. 1/3/1945; prophet; psychic mediator)
His Edogā Keishī reijishū, 1988.
Encyclopedia of occultism & parapsychology, 2001: volume 1, page 257 (Edgar Cayce (1877-1945); outstanding American psychic and founder of the Association for Research and Enlightenment (ARE); born March 18, 1877, in Hopkinsville, Kentucky)
Ancestry library edition, viewed December 8, 2018 Virginia, death records, 1912-2014 (Edgar Cayce; birth: 18 Mar 1877; death: 3 Jan 1945, Virginia Beach, Princess Anne, Virginia)
Find-a-grave, viewed December 8, 2018 (Edgar Cayce, born: 18 Mar 1877, beveryly, Christian County, Kentucky; American Folk Figure. Known as a psychic counselor and healer, he was reputed to have extrasensory perception, giving him an ability ranging from seeing the future, making medical diagnosis, to experiencing a closer relationship with God. Born Edgar Cayce (the last name is pronounced as Casey), the son of a farmer near Beverly, about seven miles south of the town of Hopkinsville, Kentucky)
Associated languageeng