Edited by Hugh Lynn Cayce. Out of 14,000 of Cayce’s recorded readings, more than 9,000 dealt with health.  Cayce’s ability to diagnose, while in trance, the physical disorders of a person he had never met, who might be hundreds of miles away and then suggest effective treatment remains one of the most astonishing psychic feats of modern times. Here, a dozen cases are scrutinised by professional writer Carter and modern M.D. McGarey. What sort of person consulted Cayce? What did the readings mean to those who received them? What light does advances in modern medicine shed on his then-unorthodox recommendations for treatment? A fascinating and often surprising book.