I remember reading that the famous psychic Edgar Cayce used to place a book under his pillow at night, and by morning, he knew the material in that book. Essentially, he had a psychic cheat sheet for his studies.In her book, The ESP Enigma, Diane Hennacy Powell, MD, writes about a psychic she met in childhood who did party tricks by asking people to pick up any book and turn to a page, then he would recite what was on that page verbatim. He was never wrong.Another psychic, who is mentioned in my book, recalls just knowing the answers to everything in class—a source of irritation to her instructors—and attributes her great marks in school to that ability.
But psychics don’t know everything. A Long Island psychic recently commented on her television show that she is only allowed to know certain things that will ultimately benefit others. She is not given lottery numbers or any other information that could be used for personal financial gain.
Perhaps education is considered of ultimate benefit to society, so learning through paranormal methods is allowed.
Do psychics have a cheat sheet on life? It would seem that sometimes, apparently, they do. Read more about it in Loitering at the Gate to Eternity: Memoirs of a Psychic Bystander, available online and in bookstores near you.
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