Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Coast to Coast AM & Edgar Cayce by Stephanie Burkhart
Who doesn't enjoy a good talk radio show? Here in LA I find my dial tuned into "KFI." Driving home at 6:30 am I often get an earful of the "Bill Handel Show." What I love about Bill is how he's also a straight shooter and I appreciate that. There's another show on KFI that I enjoy: Coast to Coast AM.
If you're a Coast to Coast AM fan give a shout out!
I started listening back in 2005/2006 when I was on the late shift. It airs from 10:05 pm to 2 am PST and the main host these days is George Noory.
The show covers the unusual stuff – near death experiences, climate change, quantum physics, reincarnation, hauntings, science fiction literature, extraterrestrials and much more. Being a paranormal writer, the show feeds my creative "beast."
I love George Noory. No matter the topic, he gives it an authentic voice and allows the listeners decide for themselves.
If you're a paranormal lover, Coast to Coast is the show for you. I'd never heard of Edgar Cayce until I tuned in.
Edgar Cayce in 1910
Cayce was born in 1877 and became an American psychic. While in a trance, he was known to help those who were sick, but he also talked about Atlantis, reincarnation and the Akashic records. To get into a trance-like state, he'd lie on his back, close his eyes and fold his hands over his stomach. As a little boy, he often displayed psychic abilities and played with imaginary friends.
Cayce had an 8th grade education. He was also a member of the Disciples of Christ, teaching Sunday School and he read the Bible once a year.
In 1900, he lost his speech due to a laryngitis. A traveling hypnotist offered to cure him. Cayce's voice returned while in a trance, but was not present when he was awake. Cayce's work under hypnosis returned his voice and unlocked his ability to heal others while in a trance.
Cayce found much satisfaction helping to heal others. However, when in a trance, Cayce often spoke of controversial topics like reincarnation, which was in conflict with his religious beliefs. Approximately over 14,000 records of his are available, but between 7,000-8,000 readings are missing. After 1923, Cayce's readings were all recorded by a secretary. He died in Jan 1945.
I've just briefly touched on Cayce's life and accomplishments, but his extraordinary work is inspiration to my paranormal bones.
Feedback: Don't forget to give a shout out if you're a Coast to Coast AM fan!
Author Bio: Stephanie Burkhart is a 911 Dispatcher for LAPD and an award winning author. Her novel, "The Wolf's Torment," won GOLD in the 2012 Reader's Favorite Contest in Supernatural: Fiction.
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