Known as America’s best-known psychic, Edgar Cayce has left behind one of the world’s largest collections of psychic information.
Join Edgar Cayce Canada and become a part of a spiritual network of like-minded individuals from across the country.
Since 1984, the annual Canadian Fellowship Conference (CFC) in Kingston, Ontario has focussed on promoting the work of Edgar Cayce.
The Open Road magazine and newsletter feature articles and current news about Cayce events across Canada.
Our Mission: “To encourage exploration and application of the principles in the Edgar Cayce readings”
The “work” of Edgar Cayce has been going on in Canada for over 30 years. Pioneered by Canadian students of the Cayce material, it blossomed from the intuitive thoughts and prayers of many individuals. By the year 2000, it had grown to a size that required incorporation and became the legal entity now known as Edgar Cayce Canada.Read more...
The Open Road is the newsmagazine of Edgar Cayce Canada, and it is mailed twice a year to ECC members. Membership in our organization is open to any person interested in furthering the mission of Edgar Cayce Canada. Click here for details.
The Open Road is a member-driven publication, and features a collection of helpful articles — often written by members from their own personal experiences — as well as news items of interest and letters and poetry by members. There’s also plenty of information about Cayce Study Groups and upcoming events and conferences.
The Open Road is a member-driven publication, and features a collection of helpful articles — often written by members from their own personal experiences — as well as news items of interest and letters and poetry by members. There’s also plenty of information about Cayce Study Groups and upcoming events and conferences.More Information About the The Open Road Publications...
By Sidney D. Kirkpatrick Author of Edgar Cayce, An American Prophet
Like many people, I once arrogantly believed that psychic phenomena was a topic unworthy of serious study, and that anyone who put his or her faith in a trance medium was either fooling themselves or the unwitting victim of fraud.
Then Nancy, a parent at my son's school, handed me a copy of There Is a River, a forty-year-old biography of Edgar Cayce. "Read this," she said. "It's going to be the subject of your next book." I politely declined to read it, and avoided any further discussion of Edgar Cayce. I was a respected journalist and New York Times best-selling author, and believed the so-called "sleeping prophet" of Virginia Beach didn’t warrant critical review. But Nancy wouldn't take "no" for an answer. I finally relented and read the book.Read more...