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Edgar Cayce And The Cosmos: Paperback – 26 Oct 2007


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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Superb book, Sublime Lecturer 12 Oct. 2009
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Format: Paperback
I had never heard of Dr. Mullaney until this weekend and then was treated to about three hours of the most enlightening, uplifting and engrossing information
about what Dr. Mullaney is attempting to share with us; that there IS a "Divine Order' of the Cosmos. He 'lit up' the lecture(s) was similarly uplifting as
listening to Celine Dion sing. Both 'voices' are the 'Music of the Spheres' and therefore, simply 'Divine'. His 'data' about the universe and its inherent order are simply mind boggling.
For any 'seeker', seeking to 'see' the order beyond the apparent chaos of the universe, the book and the speaker are unmatched.
If your eyes are clouded by doubt as to the glories of the cosmos, then by reading, watching, listening to Mullaney may, at last, allow you 'to truly see the light'.
5 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Cayce and the Cosmos Review 11 May 2009
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Well referenced and accurately categorized, but a bit too mysterious to be able to apply to today's current events. Perhaps more effort should have been spent interpreting his references, putting a more definite time frame on them and attempting to correlate them both to each other and to upcoming major world changes. Maybe I am expecting too much. My standard for clarity and insightful preparation for the future is The Urantia Book. This book is helpful for Cayce enthusiasts, but The Urantia Book is more practical and all-inclusive for preparing for the future.
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