Edgar Cayce Library Series
This series oftwenty-four hardcover volumes contains verbatim extracts from the Edgar Cayce readings on a range of specific topics.
It is a unique resource to those who want to review or research the original readings.
Vol. 1: On Life and Death
Vol. 2: Meditation, Part I Out of Print
Vol. 3: Meditation, Part II
Vol. 4: Dreams and Dreaming, Part I
Vol. 5: Dreams and Dreaming, Part II
Vol. 6: Early Christian Epoch
Vol. 7: Study Group Readings
Vol. 8: Psychic Development
Vol. 9: Psychic Awareness
Vol. 10: Jesus the Pattern
Vol. 11: Christ Consciousness
Vol. 12: Daily Living
Vol. 13: Attitudes and Emotions, Part I (A-E) Out of Print
Vol. 14: Attitudes and Emotions, Part II (F-L) Out of Print
Vol. 15: Attitudes and Emotions, Part III (M-Z)
Vol. 16: Expanded Search for God - Part I
Vol. 17: Expanded Search for God - Part II
Vol. 18: Astrology - Part I
Vol. 19: Astrology - Part II Out of Print
Vol. 20: Mind Out of Print
Vol. 21: Soul Development
Vol. 22: Atlantis
Vol. 23: Egypt at the Time of Ra Ta - Part I Out of Print
Vol. 24: Egypt at the Time of Ra Ta - Part II Out of Print
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