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Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records Audio Book

Narrated by: David Hartley Margolin
Length: 6 hrs and 21 mins
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The best-selling Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records is read in its entirety by voice-talent David Hartley Margolin. The Akashic Records, also known as the Book of Life, are the storehouse of all information for every individual who has ever lived upon the earth, containing every word, deed, feeling, thought, and intent that ever occurred. Learn how you can tap into your records - your past lives, your present experiences, and your future - to create the life you desire now.

©2010 Kevin J. Todeschi (P)2010 A.R.E. Press

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  • Karen
  • 31-05-2011

Interesting info

This is the 2nd Edgar Cayce book I've listened to. He sounds like a fascinating man. Unfortunately, Mr. Cayce passed on before I was born. I wish I could have met him in person.. We hear a lot these days from New Agers saying basically the same things Mr. Cayce said 60 years ago. I've read a few other books about the Akashic Records, but found this book to be the most informative, and useful, of all I've read.
Very enjoyable. The last hour of the program is meditations (and very good ones at that).. If you are on a spiritual journey and wonder about things like the Akashic Records, Reincarnation, etc., you'll get a lot out of this book.

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  • Suzanna Davis
  • 09-03-2011

Just what I needed

I had gotten another audiobook about the Akashic records and was very disappointed. This one is NOT about accessing the Akashic records. It is a reading of the many readings Casey did and case histories. The most important thing I walked away with was the understanding of how past lives effect our current life and how it is not so important to know the specifics of your own past lives if you can understand the way it works. I can make a lot of guesses about my past lives just based on these case histories and knowing your past life is not so important as understanding what it is you need to do now and do it - which is basically to forgive everyone and be the best person you can be from moment to moment. Most of us know our own shortcomings but want to blame others. This was a very worthy use of my time and I have listened more than once and will listen to it again in the future I am sure.

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  • mark
  • 28-10-2011

Astonishing!

After completing the audio book I now have a good understanding of the Akashic Records and their purpose. If you believe that channeling your higher self and the use of the Akashic Records are all that is needed to obtain pure higher source of information this book is for you.

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  • Bill
  • 21-03-2013

Makes you think

Would you listen to Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records Audio Book again? Why?

I would for sure listen again. There is so much info on the subject of our being ( soul ) that you will catch something different every time you listen. Very , very interesting.

What other book might you compare Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records Audio Book to and why?

Anything by James Van Praag or Sylvia Brown. Anything about our soul , lets face it is very interesting , who hasn't wondered why we are here . Weather these things are true or not how else are you going to know unless you keep an open mind not just what we are always taught in church. it doesn't say anywhere that I have read that there isn't a loving God , when it comes to reading about our souls and afterlife but confirms there is a ALL loving God.

Which character – as performed by David Hartley Margolin – was your favorite?

Too many to name.

What’s the most interesting tidbit you’ve picked up from this book?

That our souls are here to grow ( learn from our mistakes ).

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  • Greg
  • 18-12-2013

Insightful and Entertaining

You should also read "Why Jesus Taught Reincarnation" by Dr. Herbert Puryear, the single best book on Christianity and reincarnation I have ever read. Much of his understanding of the Bible first came from the Akashic Records.

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  • Adam
  • 10-04-2013

An excellent introduction into this phenomenal man

If you find this as fascinating as I did, I highly reccommend the Seth Speaks books by Jane Roberts

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  • Ninotchka
  • 17-05-2012

Just Okay...

For some reason I just couldn't get into this. Some of it is just a little strange and doesn't feel entirely authentic. I guess if you are interested in the subject it is worth a listen, but it was one I could have skipped and not missed too much. I hate giving a poor review, but it was just okay for me. I am going to try listening to it again, but I'll take my time.

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  • Jodie
  • 17-02-2012

I love everything about Edgar Cayce...

I love reading about this man and this was a very interesting book. It was not my favorite of those written, but it was definately worthwhile. I found it to drag in some parts, but then it would pick up again and move quickly.

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  • Nicholas Cunha
  • 27-04-2015

Interesting but limited

Most of this book is a compilation of cases which case he was documenting. The individual cases while they may have been useful for the patients or people who were seeing Edward do not serve as any useful guide for myself personally. Unfortunately I had hoped that this book would have given direction or at least an introduction on viewing a Catholic record myself in a similar message to Edward Casey's but the sound clips of guided mind travel and remote viewing were basically the most successful. The guided meditation's I found moved too quickly and did not allow sufficient time for the mind and body to truly relax before sending you on your journey.

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  • Aaron Ehman
  • 16-08-2013

Slow But Good

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, but they must be prepared for a book of knowledge and not of entertainment.

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  • Sigzmik
  • 26-01-2019

I really wanted to like this.

I have so much interest in the Akashic Records, Edgar Cayce and reincarnation, so I really can't understand why I didn't like this book more. it felt long and boring as the narrator dragged out each session, his voice is dull and monotonous. Damn I hate giving bad reviews, I didn't hate it, but I couldn't wait to finish it and not in a good way. I never give up books tho.

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  • Ms S. Davis
  • 22-02-2015

Superb

An excellent listen for people of all levels of understanding of the spirit world. A classic that is well-read too.

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