Popular in the 1960s as an “Individual Reference File,” it was
made famous as the “black book” in Jess Stearn’s bestselling biography, The
Imagine being able to ask the sleeping Edgar a question on almost any topic?
Thumbing through his “famous black book” is like stepping back into Cayce’s time
to gain wisdom straight from the source of universal consciousness that he was
known to access. For decades, the Cayce “readings” have stood the test of
time, research, and extensive study. Most of the readings dealt with physical
health, but countless other topics were explored and included in this volume:
dreams, intuition, ancient civilizations, meditation, karma and grace,
reincarnation, and much more.