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eBook There Is a River download ISBN: 0809481138
Author: Illustrated by: Sugrue Thomas
Publisher: Time Life (October 1992)
Language: English
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Category: Biography
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There is a River book. He was a great man and deeply beloved by everybody who knew him, which now, thanks to his friend Thomas Sugrue, includes myself.

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Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015. author: Thomas Sugrue d. ate. te: 2003-12-16 d. citation: 1945 d. dentifier: RMSC, IIIT-H d. dentifier. origpath: 57 d.

When a young, skeptical journalist named Thomas Sugrue first met Cayce in 1927 the world had not yet heard of. .

When a young, skeptical journalist named Thomas Sugrue first met Cayce in 1927 the world had not yet heard of the sleeping prophet.

There is a river is the beginning of most English translations of Psalm 46:4. There is a river may also refer to: There Is a River, an 1892 book by George Whitefield Chadwick. There Is a River: Black River, a c. 1944 book about the Black River in South Carolina by W. R. Pritchett. There Is a River: a novel, a 1959 book by Charlotte Miller. There Is a River, a 1961 book by Richard Vaughan.

Thomas Sugrue graduated from Washington and Lee University with Hugh Lynn Cayce, Edgar Cayce’s so. In 1940, his first book, Such Is the Kingdom, was published, followed later by Starling of the White House.

Thomas Sugrue graduated from Washington and Lee University with Hugh Lynn Cayce, Edgar Cayce’s son. He became a reporter for the New York Herald Tribune and, later, joined the staff at American Magazine. At one point in his life, he was struck by a disease that left him partially paralyzed and with little chance of survival. However, he later recovered well enough to become an active swimmer, an improvement due, he believed, to following the readings he received from Edgar Cayce

Thomas Sugrue graduated from Washington and Lee University with Hugh Lynn Cayce, Edgar Cayce’s so.

Thomas Sugrue graduated from Washington and Lee University with Hugh Lynn Cayce, Edgar Cayce’s son. However, he later recovered well enough to become an active swimmer, an improvement due, he believed, to following the readings he received from Edgar Cayce

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I find the book"There Is a River" very informative, inspirational, and life altering. The River of Love flows to us all; experience this book. Published by Thriftbooks. After reading this book, my life took on a new perspective. I had so many questions the doctors could not answer. com User, 22 years ago. The story of Edgar Cayce's life will inspire, uplift, sadden, and enlighten you.

Thomas Joseph Sugrue (1907–1953) was an American writer. He is best known today as the author of There Is a River, the only biography of Edgar Cayce written during Cayce’s lifetime and the book that made the psychic a household name in 1942

Thomas Joseph Sugrue (1907–1953) was an American writer. He is best known today as the author of There Is a River, the only biography of Edgar Cayce written during Cayce’s lifetime and the book that made the psychic a household name in 1942. Thomas Sugrue circa 1942. There Is a River, originally published in 1942. YouTube Encyclopedic.

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Comments: (7)
LadyShlak
I read this book when I was in aprox. 5th grade. I was young then so I never investigated further but now that I'm older I am reading everything I can about this man and his gift. I bought this book for my son. If you have any interest in self spiritual progress this is a must read! My personal recommendation is read this first to learn about Edgar Cayce first then dive in with both feet. You will be truly blessed by what you will learn.
Ferne
This is quite possibly one of the most important books ever written. It introduces us to the life and work of Edgar Cayce, one of the best documented psychics (prophets?) ever. Had it not been for works of people such as Cayce, Paul Solomon and a few others, we may be still living in dark ages not really knowing that there is so much more to life than meets the eye (and that modern institutions would have one believe).
I also want to add here that I own three copies of this book: the original 1943 edition with publishing date of Dec.1942, printed in 1943 by Henry Holt and Company, Inc.; the 1972 edition printed in 1972 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston and same size and format as the original 1943 book, and the new paperback edition, published in 1997 by the A.R.E. press.
Due to a review posted here by a "perceptive lady", I went through pain of comparing the three books (not to mention the cost of acquiring the original first edition) to see if she was telling the truth. Since the new book is so much smaller (dense text of smaller size can save quite a bit of space) I thought that it was quite possible that some contents may have been lost. However, after spending numerous hours comparing the three texts I found absolutely no difference between them. Zero, nothing, zilch, nada, null, bupkis.
The new edition, has pictures of Edgar Cayce and A.R.E from the times when it was first founded, which I find a very nice addition. So if anything, the new edition is better than the old one. However, I am old fashioned and I like the big print and hard cover of the old editions. But other than that, absolutely nothing is lost with this new edition.
It is just too bad that those who do a really good job are attacked for no good reason. One should make sure that what they claim is true, is really true. And others should also check for themselves before they trust a passionate but untrue review such as the one by the "perceptive lady".
luisRED
Very, very interesting. Actually, I feel closer to God after reading this book. That is a good thing.
I think he is right. I do believe God was speaking thru him. Cayce kept saying he did not want his gift to cause harm. He said if the gift caused harm it was not from God. if it brought good, it was from God. He gift never hurt anyone....so it had to be from God. Cayce gave all credit to God, not himself. Wish there was someone like him today. Maybe there is - have you heard of John of God in Brazil? He was featured on Oprah's magazine several years ago, Dr. OZ spoke about him as did Dr. Wayne Dryer.
Kabandis
I recently discovered EC, after hearing a couple of friends talking about him. What I heard tickled my interest enough to search him out and buy some of his books. What I've read so far feels intuitively right to me. I can feel that EC is NOT a fake or a charlatan as so many out there... I came to trust him and to heed what he has to say. Read a book or two about him and make up your own mind. Reading EC has stretched the limits of my own envelop. I'm glad I came across Edgar Cayce!
MEGA FREEDY
It's been several years since I have studied Cayce or any of his work, but I loved this book! It's clear that the author knew Mr. Cayce and he took great detail in telling the Cayce story. If you find Edgar Cayce and the subject of Clairvoyance as intriguing as I do, then you will enjoy this book. I have visited his museum in Virginia Beach and will never forget the positive energy that I felt while I was there. Most likely, this story will leave you with more questions that may lead you down your own path of discovery. Enjoy!
Cordanara
The personal stories of Cayce's life and the struggle that he went through with his Christian faith and his gift were detailed and interesting. By the time that I finished, I felt as though I knew him and his wife. Some of his remedies are described also and many of his readings were described.
Kajikus
This is the book in my collection that I enjoy concerning Edgar Cayce. While most closed minded society would write or clain this is the work of the devil....or whatever....it is a look at the Truth from a man who knew his bible from cover to cover.
I would recommend this read to anyone who questions our existance and purpose on earth.
This is the best biography of the noted psychic and prophet of the early 20th Century. Cayce was a healer and psychic reader for all his adult life--a devoted Christian who read the Bible through once every year, taught Sunday School, and gave readings for his followers while under self-induced trance. This was my introduction into metaphysics and it was so incredible to my orthodox mind, that I was suspended between acceptance and disbelief for seven years before I could accept all the mysteries of other worlds and ideas. What a fantastic experience, reading over a hundred books about things I had never heard before. I recommend all of Cayce's works, though recently there may be novices cashing in on his reputation by bogus writings. Beware!