reply to post by ancientthunder
thank you ancientthunder, i needed a break from arguing about things that are easily provable.
the picture of cayce & wilcock says a million words, they def. have a striking resemblence. most people these days believe in reincarnation, i don't
think wilcock's claims are that hard to believe.
wilcock moved to VA Beach based on a dream he had. There he stumbled upon the A.R.E Institute (Association for Research and Enlightenment) which was
FOUNDED by Edgar Cayce.
Wilcock was immediately approached from the president of A.R.E. because he looked exactly like Edgar Cayce.
Later the president of A.R.E. wrote a book about Wilcock being the reincarnation of Cayce. although Wilcock contributed minorly to the book because it
was (sort of) about him, this book was mainly written NOT by Wilcock, but by the president of Edgar Cayce's Institute.
Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?
Later the two of them found many similarities between Cayce's life and psychic abilities and Wilcock's life and psychic abilities. Edgar Cayce was
known as the "sleeping prophet" because he would literally go to sleep, purposefully dream about his clients, then awake and recall his dreams in
order to serve his clients in different ways (usually related to health concerns)
Wilcock's psychic abilities are almost the exact same. although Wilcock has retired from doing psychic readings for clients, Wilcock's psychic
abilities function through his dreams.
Wilcock has been keeping a log of his dreams for the past many years, and this is where SOME of his INTUITIVE information comes from.
another very interesting point about the Cayce & Wilcock connection is their Astrological Charts. Wilcock's Natal Chart is almost exactly the same as
Cayce's, only with the necessary allowance of variables thanks to the few decades between Cayce & Wilcock's lives.
the planets were all aligned in almost the exact same way when Cayce & Wilcock were born. to any astrologer this would be a dead give-a-way as a
reincarnation. Natal Charts are often referenced when calculating the "age of a person's soul" and other factors that contribute to "soul