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What if Edgar Cayce had spoken plain English? 
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I have a variety of Bibles on my bookshelf. I don’t spend any time in them, though. I don’t know how to read them. I don’t know where to start. I don’t know how to get the most out of them. There are a couple of them that present the events in the Bible chronologically, with plenty of stops along the way for historic and cultural notes. That’s insightful and informative. What I want, though, is a way to turn to a verse in the Bible that means something to me now. Students of Edgar Cayce’s source read the Bible in a different way.


I’ve pasted this list of scripture verses from the CITATIONS BY PARAGRAPH tab of this web site. These verses are the same ones that are listed in the Index of each reading. The difference, here, is that I’ve listed them in the order the Source referred to them in the course of the reading, rather than listing them alphabetically, by book, as the Index does. In addition, I’ve presented the question that prompted it. You can find the Source’s discussion of the question by clicking on the number in front of the question.


I hope to guide you quickly to the verses that infuse Edgar Cayce’s ASFG readings, in the versions and translations that have elevated my own understanding and appreciation of both Cayce and the Bible.

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