By Jack Rosen, Edgar Cayce, Health Care Educator
I have been using the Edgar Cayce Remedies for almost 50 years. My favorite treatments are the ones for muscular injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, sprains, tendon and ligament injuries and hairline fractures. Here is why:
Healing my son’s hairline fracture.
Like Edgar Cayce, who often helped his sons with remedies recommended in his psychic readings, I helped my own son with the treatment of a hairline fracture. When my son David was 16, he fractured his ankle. A removable fiberglass cast was put on his foot. The pain was so severe that he asked me if I could do something about it. The ankle looked like it had a grapefruit in it. I gently removed the cast, wrapped my son’s ankle with a tee shirt soaked in warm castor oil, and then placed a heating pad around it. After two hours I removed the pack. The swelling and the pain were gone. I then proceeded to rub his ankle with an Edgar Cayce formula called Egyptian Oil (its main ingredient is peanut oil).
The second evening, I made a different Edgar Cayce pack using apple cider vinegar and wrapped it in a heating pad. I mised apple cider vinegar in a saturated solution of salt. I did this treatment for five days in a row. We also applied Egyptian Oil every day. After five days, we took David back to the Orthopedist who reported that he couldn’t find the fracture on the X-ray he took. I had to show him the previous three X-rays that were taken before the treatments that clearly showed the hairline fracture. This Orthopedist had said in disbelief that the treatment I used could never have done what I said it did. My son, who was 16 at the time, innocently told him that that was exactly what I did. By the way, Castor Oil Packs and Egyptian Oil are also part of the Edgar Cayce treatment for Arthritis.
In March, we received a request from Paul Dresser, a member of the A.R.E. community in Mississippi, for healing appointments with Malcolm, including a distant healing for his sister-in-law Cindy in Alabama, who had been diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. Originally, Paul and his wife had planned to bring Cindy to New York for an appointment in person, yet the gravity of her diagnosis led him to seek out immediate help from Malcolm, who was at home in Yorkshire, England.
Here's what Paul wrote on March 14th about his sister-in-law's condition:
Cindy had had stomach pain for about a year and thought it was ulcers due to her stress over the past year— moving and building a new house. She finally went to the doctor about six weeks ago, and then to a cancer center in Birmingham, Alabama, about four weeks ago. They told her she had Stage 4 cancer… a cancer mass around her pancreas which went into the surrounding blood vessels. It had spread to the liver and was in her blood. They said she had about one month to live and gave her a prescription for morphine. After reading Malcolm Smith's book and going to his website, she had hope for the first time. I contacted the ARE-NYC [Malcolm's first stop in the USA] to make an appointment for a distant healing for her. I [gave] Malcolm her name, location, and diagnosis…. and he said he would do the distant healing over the next few days.
June 8, 1930 – December 27, 2012
Dr. John O.A. Pagano, age 82, died peacefully in his sleep at his home in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, surrounded by his loving family.
Dr. Pagano was born and raised in Bayonne, NJ. The family spent summers in Monmouth Beach at the Jersey shore where John developed his passion for the sea. He was equally passionate about the mountains and all outdoor wildlife, especially horses. His love of all animals was best demonstrated by the affection he shared with the family pets.
Dr. Pagano graduated from Seton Hall Prep then served four years in the United States Navy aboard the Aircraft Carrier "Tarawa" during the Korean War. He received his art training at the School of Visual Arts in New York, then followed his calling to become a healer and graduated with honors from Lincoln Chiropractic College [now the National College of Chiropractic] in Lombard, Illinois. Dr. Pagano was a respected member of the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors and a member of the Songwriters Guild of America.
Why We Need Spiritual Community Now
A message from Jack Rosen, Chair of the A.R.E./N.Y.C. Board of Trustees
All souls were created in the beginning, and are finding their way back to whence they came. –Edgar Cayce Reading 3744-5
In the Cayce philosophy life is a very purposeful journey. We are all spiritual beings who have forgotten who we are and are trying to come back to the Creator. According to Cayce we can only reach heaven leaning on the arm of someone we are helping on the way. This is not a solo journey, hence the need for spiritual community.
The same theme runs through all of the spiritual teachings I study—Cayce, Tolle, Gurdjieff. We’re asleep and must wake up. In a group we act as each other’s alarm clock. If we are by ourselves, we get used to the sound of the alarm and keep sleeping. To me this is the main purpose of having an Edgar Cayce Center in the heart of NYC—a supportive community where we can put this principle into action, helping each other to heal and grow to our highest potential using the Cayce philosophy as a guide.