This is a PowerPoint presentation created for ECC’s Annual General Meeting in 2011. It gives an overview of the history, purpose and structure of Edgar Cayce Canada.
Edgar Cayce, America’s best-documented psychic, is widely known through five books: There Is a River, by Thomas Sugrue; Edgar Cayce—The Sleeping Prophet, by Jess Stearn; Many Mansions by Dr. Gina Cerminara; A Seer Out of Season by Dr. Harmon Bro; and more recently, Edgar Cayce—An American Prophet, by Sidney Kirkpatrick. In total, more than 300 books have been written about his life and work.
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...
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...
70 to 110 people attend meetings in Nanaimo on the 1st Thursday of each month (with the exception of the annual July/August Summer break.) See the website’s Home page or phone William or Judith Munns at 250.753.2110 for information on current events.
Phone Anjali or Norman Thomas at 250.338.1690 for information on current events.
Meets bi-weekly. Contact: Peter Kendall, 450.676.4203.
A number of Canadian Cayce groups sponsor regular events. A few are listed here — click on the links to check their websites for information on upcoming events.