EDGAR EVANS CAYCE
Edgar Evans Cayce was born February 9, 1918, the youngest son of Edgar and Gertrude Cayce. He graduated Duke University with a BS in electrical engineering, married Kathryn Bane, attained the rank of Captain in the Air Force where he served during World War II, and returned to Virginia where he became the father of two children and is still a registered professional engineer. Today he is retired, enjoys golf and is a member of the board of Trustees of the Edgar Cayce Foundation, the Association for Research and Enlightenment, and Atlantic University.
Edgar Evans Cayce is also the author of Edgar Cayce on Atlantis (1968), which has been translated into several languages, reprinted twenty seven times and is still in print after thirty years. Later, with his brother Hugh Lynn Cayce, he co-authored The Outer Limits of Edgar Cayce’s Power and then, in 1988, he co-authored with Gail Cayce Schwartzer, his daughter, and Dr. Douglas Richards The Mysteries of Atlantis Revisited. The Mysteries of Atlantis Revisited has recently been reprinted and now contains a chapter relating to geological and archeological discoveries since 1988 that continue to confirm many of Edgar Cayce’s statements concerning past events and the possibility of the past existence of Atlantis.
The American prophet, Edgar Cayce died before he could explain some of his own theories but he referred to Atlantis hundreds of times in his remarkably accurate life readings. In The Mysteries of Atlantis Revisited, his son, Edgar Evans Cayce examines the psychic clues left by his father as he helps us understand one of the world’s oldest and deepest mysteries of the human race, Atlantis.