Sidney D. Kirkpatrick

Sidney D. Kirkpatrick

Biography:

Award winning documentary film maker and best-selling author, Sidney D. Kirkpatrick is a graduate of Kent School, in Kent, Connecticut, Hampshire College, in Amherst, Massachusetts, and N.Y.U. Film School. Kirkpatrick's book, Edgar Cayce, An American Prophet, is the definitive biography of Edgar Cayce, who is best known as "the sleeping prophet." During Cayce's forty-year career as a psychic he advised housewives, corporate executives and hundreds of others --among them Thomas Edison, Harry Houdini, George Gershwin, and Woodrow Wilson. The ground-breaking insights Cayce provided on natural medicines, reincarnation, prophecies, dreams, and the healing power of the human body has spawned entire industries, and became an inspiration to such people as Albert Einstein, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, and John Lennon.

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  • How the Universe Ends / Edgar Cayce's Readings

    Astrophysicist Dr. Katie Mack shared five universe-ending possibilities. Followed by Sidney Kirkpatrick on readings made by the American prophet Edgar Cayce.More »
  • Edgar Cayce Secrets

    Sidney Kirkpatrick discussed the life and work of American prophet Edgar Cayce. First-hour guest Jeff Goodell talked about the problem of rising seas.More »
  • Hitler's Holy Relics

    Author Sidney Kirkpatrick discussed his latest work, Hitler's Holy Relics, which details the efforts to recover the Crown Jewels of the Holy Roman Empire from the Nazis and stop their plot to create a Fourth Reich at the end of World War II. In the first hour, Ian spoke with Dr....More »
  • Edgar Cayce's Readings

    Author and filmmaker Sydney Kirkpatrick discussed his research into the American prophet Edgar Cayce. He had exclusive access to Cayce's personal papers and trance readings, including the names of people who received readings, such as George Gershwin, Gloria Swanson, Tesla and...More »

Last Night

Power of Dreams / Monroe Institute & Transformative Sounds
Power of Dreams / Monroe Institute & Transformative Sounds
Author Layne Dalfen explained how dreams are powerful for discovering directions and solving problems. Followed by Cheryll Jones presenting her interview with Monroe Institute executive director Allyn Evans.
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