25 Jan 2015

Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar, March 20-22, 2015

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Gather with us in Edgar Cayce’s hometown as we feed our minds, bodies, and souls.pilot rock018

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Executive Director of Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. and author Kevin Todeschi and the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County invite you to pay tribute to Hopkinsville’s most famous son, world renowned psychic Edgar Cayce. Join the experts for an exciting weekend of learning, fellowship, and self-discovery. Todeschi, a student and teacher of the Cayce readings for over 35 years, brings his expertise on interpreting dreams on spiritual growth to this conference. From Cayce’s perspective, not only do dreams contrast and correlate the events of waking life and provide individuals with other ways of looking at any situation, but Cayce’s information suggests that it is very possible to obtain guidance to specific questions in the dream state. In these rapidly changing times, the Edgar Cayce material provides a glimmer of hope for changing times – not only why these changes occur but also what we can do individually to change our life and potentially the world in which we live. All of this and more from A.R.E.’s own Kevin Todeschi!

Immerse yourself in the land where Edgar Cayce was born and reared. Local historian William T. Turner takes you on a guided tour through Cayce’s youth and the community that he called home. Combing immense knowledge and irresistible charm, Turner leads this tour through the lands that Cayce roamed as a youth, the area where he met and fell in love with his wife Gertrude, and the downtown where he held his first job at Hoppers Bookstore and where he worked as a photographer and gave readings. Special visits to the one-room schoolhouse that he attended, Liberty Christian Church, and the former office of Dr. Wesley Ketchum where Cayce gave readings make for an unforgettable experience. The tour concludes with a reverent visit to Edgar Cayce’s gravesite.

Be mesmerized by hypnotist Doug MacCraw in an entertaining performance that mimics the unlocking of Cayce’s psychic abilities. Back by popular demand, this fun-filled hypnotist show combines MacCraw’s skills as a stand-up comedian with the science of hypnotism to create the most fast-paced, professional Comedy Stage Hypnosis Show in the country today. But why a hypnotist? In the early 20th century, hypnotists offered stage shows to amaze and entertain audiences. In 1901, Edgar Cayce attended the show of “Hart, the Laugh Man” at the Holland Opera House in Hopkinsville. Cayce, who had not spoken in months due to an assumed severe case of laryngitis, was pulled from the audience and hypnotized. While under hypnosis, Cayce spoke clearly. This discovery of abilities while in a trance led to the development of his abilities while in a trance-like state. And it all started in Hopkinsville!

Full Tuition

—————————————Before Feb. 18                     After Feb. 19

Regular Price                                   $105                                   $115

A.R.E./Museum Member                $ 95                                    $105

Hypnotist Only

Adults                                                 $15

Students & Seniors                          $10


Comfort Suites                                $99 / night

Call (270) 985-1101 BEFORE MARCH 6 and tell them you’re with the Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar to get the group rate!

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations made before March 9 will receive a full refund. Cancellations made after March 9 will receive a 50% refund. Contact the Museum at (270) 887-4270 to cancel and for all refunds.

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Want a chance to see more of Hopkinsville and Christian County? Come a day early and go on our Christian County Sites Tour. Click here for more information.

For more information, contact the Museum at (270) 887-4270.


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