TEXT OF READING 294-1
This psychic reading [an excerpt — see 294-1, Par. B1] was given by Edgar Cayce. The exact date is unknown.
P R E S E N T
Edgar Cayce; (?), Conductor; (?), Steno.
R E A D I N G
Time of Reading Unknown.
1. EC: Edgar Cayce’s mind is amenable to suggestion, the same as all other subconscious minds, but in addition thereto it has the power to interpret to the objective mind of others what it acquires from the subconscious mind of other individuals of the same kind. The subconscious mind forgets nothing. The conscious mind receives the impression from without and transfers all thought to the subconscious, where it remains even though the conscious be destroyed. The subconscious mind of Edgar Cayce is in direct communication with all other subconscious minds, and is capable of interpreting through his objective mind and imparting impressions received to other objective minds, gathering in this way all knowledge possessed by millions of other subconscious minds.
BACKGROUND OF READING 294-1
B1. GD’s note: No copy of the original reading is on file.
The only thing we have is the following excerpt which was
printed in THE NEW YORK TIMES, Sunday, October 9, 1910.