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human body functions, its nature as a physical-mental spiritual entity, and the therapeutic 

approach which should be made to restore a body from a state of illness to its natural condition of 

health. I have drawn rather heavily on quotations from pertinent readings which illustrate how 

Cayce's concepts of man and his existence here on the earth vary from our present 

understanding of the body and utilization of therapy in treating disease.


I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I have enjoyed participating in writing it.

William A. McGarey, M.D.



All names have been changed except those of the Cayce family and their friends as they 

are mentioned; the Cayce Hospital Staff members; Mrs. Gladys Davis Turner, secretary to Edgar 

Cayce; and several doctors and practical nurses who are indicated by an asterisk.


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