13 Jul 2017

Total Solar Eclipse: An Edgar Cayce Perspective, August 21

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Spend Eclipse Day with the Museum and with Edgar Cayce!

We’re heading to the country on Eclipse Day to view the celestial phenomenon through the eyes of Edgar Cayce. We will gather in the shadow of the Beverly Academy schoolhouse for this all-day affair. There will be food, music, games, and enlightened fellowship as the sky transitions from light to dark and back to light again on this epic occasion.

We will start the day at 11am with a catered lunch before the point of first contact – where the moon first moves in front of the sun – at 11:56am. With our glasses safely in place, we will watch the moon slowly cover the sun. At 1:24pm, we will shed our eclipse glasses to bask in the 2 minutes and 40.1 seconds of total eclipse. As the sun gradually reappears from behind the moon, we’ll don our glasses once again. Kevin Todeschi, Edgar Cayce scholar and executive director of the Association of Research and Enlightenment, and Patricia Kozlowski, astrology expert, join the group for presentations and activities. We will wrap up the evening with a performance by the Bobbie Harper Band as we enjoy supper as a group at the farm.

Tickets are $75 per person, and registration must be made in advance. Space is limited! Contact the Museum at (270) 887-4270 or purchase your tickets HERE.

Join our friends from Virginia Beach’s Association for Research and Enlightenment (ARE) to experience this once-in-a-lifetime occurrence. Kevin Todeschi, executive director and CEO of ARE and Atlantic University, will lead a group on a four-day pilgrimage to Cayce’s hometown to view the eclipse. Arriving on Saturday, August 19, their trip includes extra special Edgar Cayce experiences in addition to the events on Eclipse Day. For more information about the full ARE tour, click HERE.

The point of greatest eclipse is located slightly northwest of Hopkinsville, Kentucky – which is why we’ve dubbed ourselves “Eclipseville.” Folks visiting will experience the eclipse at its greatest and nearly longest totality. Special events, merchandise, and accommodations are popping up all over town for this once-in-a-lifetime event. Want to know what else is happening in town? Visit http://www.eclipseville.com/ for more information.

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