What Will Become of Coronavirus Pandemic?: Readings by Edgar Cayce (Paperback)

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This book is a transcript of the spiritual messages from Edgar Cayce recorded on April 9, 2020. At the time, the world's major cities were in a lockdown.Edgar Cayce, also known as "the Sleeping Prophet," was an American psychic who revealed the causes and provided solutions to various diseases through his spiritual readings. What would he say about the novel coronavirus if he were alive today? You might say it's wishful thinking, but fortunately, the author's ability to receive spiritual messages makes this possible. What Will Become of Coronavirus Pandemic? is a book of miracle, indeed.Cayce, now a spirit in heaven, tells us that the novel coronavirus infection is likely to spread even further, but he also teaches us the truth of the coronavirus infection and the effective ways to deal with it. By reading this book, you, too, can gain the power to defeat the novel coronavirus. Here is your light of hope.

Okawa is the Master of Happy Science, a religion founded in 1986 and now joined by people in more than 100 countries across the world. As of June 2020, he has given over 3,100 lectures and has published a total of more than 2,650 books worldwide, many which are translated into 31 languages. Among these books, 550 of them are the Spiritual Interview series recorded through Okawa's unparalleled spiritual ability.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781943869824
ISBN-10: 1943869820
Publisher: Irh Press Co., Ltd.
Publication Date: June 10th, 2020
Pages: 88
Language: English

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