Edgar Cayce on the Dead Sea Scrolls
Larry Dossey. M.D.
When a Bedouin goatherd found the scrolls in a cave near the Dead Sea in the late 1940's, it was the archeological discovery of the century. Written before the birth of the Christ, the scrolls were part of the library of a religious community, the Essenes.
Who were the Essenes? Why aren't they mentioned in the Bible? And why did they figure prominently in the Edgar Cayce Life Readings for over a decade before they did in the newspapers?
The author of this absorbing study, Glenn D. Kittler, uses both modern scholarship and the Cayce Readings to answer these and other exciting questions about the little-known sect which prepared the way for Jesus the Christ.
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