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Chapter 7
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The Early Years Of The Reluctant Prophet

Six Blind Men Describe The Elephant

 

 

 

 "It was a long, hard road for Edgar Cayce, from the first fairy voice of childhood to the first ground broken for the Cayce Hospital...to conquer self was the first task, and perhaps the hardest...to convince himself that he was not a freak of nature, not an unconscious fraud, not a spiritual charlatan...for years he lived in self-conscious embarrassment...for years his life was a mental torture, a seething indecision, a labyrinth of ideas, ideals, misbeliefs, and disillusions..."

Sugrue – The New Tomorrow, Fall 1929 LM p. 190

 

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