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Urantia Foundation

This site, sponsored by the Urantia Foundation in Chicago, Illinois, has dedicated itself to the publication and dissemination of the teachings of the Urantia Book. This book, written through an individual in 1935, covers the formation of the planet (Urantia is their name for Earth), the world’s religions, and God’s relationship to individuals and the universe.

There is a six hundred fifty-page section on the life and teachings of Jesus that sounds as if they were standing beside Him with a microphone for 33 years! This is not a book that is read cover-to-cover like a novel. Rather, you should allow yourself to be led to sections and papers that attract your interest. This is not gospel, just information. Allow yourself to read this with an open mind.

Edgar Cayce

Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) has been called the “sleeping prophet,” the “father of holistic medicine,” and the most documented psychic of the 20th century. Cayce was born on a farm in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, in 1877, and his psychic abilities began to appear as early as his childhood. As an adult, Cayce would put himself into a state of meditation, connecting with the universal consciousness and from this state, came his “readings”. From holistic health and the treatment of illness to dream interpretation and reincarnation, Cayce’s readings and insights offer practical help and advice to individuals from all walks of life, even today.

Edgar Cayce

Think on this… “I will not leave thee comfortless, but will come and enjoin thee in thy daily activities, thy daily service.” This is the promise to every soul. If ye would make that promise thine own, then seek and ye shall find, knock and it shall be opened unto thee. Let there be definite periods when ye look within self, cleansing the mind, the body, in such ways and manners and measures that seemeth that as ye would offer as thine offering unto the holy experiences that may be thine. For, he that expects nothing shall not be disappointed, but he that expects much–if he lives and uses that in hand day by day–shall be full to running over. For the love of the Father constraineth thee to keep thine counsel with those thou meetest day by day that thou mayest aid. Thus may the soul find expression. Thus may the life, the experience, that portion of life thou hast in this present experience become more and more beautiful, and the sunshine of thy love into the hearts and souls of those that are wondering, that are troubled because they find not the spirit of truth and life in their own lives, wilt come into those experiences of calling thee blessed in the name of the Father.

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