The Edgar Cayce Plant Encyclopedia by Jeanette M Thomas
The plants used by Edgar Cayce in his over 9,000 physical readings have been extracted for the first time into one collection, patiently recorded from thousands of pages of transcripts. Illustrated with color photographs, these first 32 plants in Volume One will introduce many of his simple formulas and remedies for home health care, in easy to read language. The history of botanical pharmacology is briefly traced, placing the Cayce model within the context of ancient medical systems such as the Chinese, Ayurvedic, Syrian and Egyptian. Anyone in the alternative health care field will find this research on Cayce plants of special interest. Discover Cayce's smart formulas, plant companions and the importance of his unique directive "In the order named!" This research is as timeless as the Cayce information itself.
- Paperback | 288 pages
- 216 x 279 x 19mm | 930g
- 08 Mar 2017
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Jeanette M Thomas
Jeanette M. Thomas, Administrator of Records for the Edgar Cayce Foundation in Virginia Beach, Virginia for 22 years, served as personal assistant and record keeping understudy to Gladys Davis Turner, life long secretary of the American mystic Edgar Cayce. Jeanette managed the 10 year project to computerize the Cayce readings and is one of the four founders of the Cayce Reilly School of Masso therapy. She also worked closely with Dr. Harold J. Reilly as a student, teacher and consultant in the Cayce health information. Jeanette's encyclopedic knowledge of the Cayce work and information only begins with Volume One. This 30 years of research on the Cayce plants, with more volumes to follow, will surely become a Cayce classic.