Edgar Cayce

Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar 2021

It is with sincere regret that the Museums of Hopkinsville announce the cancellation of the 28th Annual Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar scheduled for the weekend of Friday, March 20 through Sunday, March 22 at Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park.

With growing concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we feel that canceling this event is in everyone’s best interest. Your health and safety – and the health and safety of our communities – is of the utmost importance to us. We hope that you will understand our decision. Good news is that Peter Woodbury has agreed to be our featured speaker next year! Mark your calendars for March 19-21, 2021 for a re-do of this year’s Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 270-887-4270 or by email to Alissa at [email protected].

Thank you so much for your interest in our seminar and in the Cayce work. Make sure you eat your veggies, keep up your prayer and meditation practices, and continue to love your neighbors (from a safe distance).

“Let perfect love, perfect confidence, perfect faith cast out fear.”
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Edgar Cayce Morning Exercises

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County invites you to join us for Edgar Cayce Morning Exercises on Wednesday, March 11, 18, and 25 at 10am in the newly renovated Pennyroyal Area Museum. This routine is a simple, healthy morning exercise program designed to get your day started on a positive note. It is inspired from the works of Christian County historic figure Edgar Cayce who was born March 18, 1877. Suitable for any age, condition, or place!

The exercises will be conducted in the McCarroll Gallery of the Pennyroyal Area Museum – located at 217 E. 9th Street in downtown Hopkinsville. The program is free and open to the public.

Awaken, cleanse, and strengthen your mind, body, and spirit during this 20-minute program!

Questions? Contact the Museums at 270-887-4270 or by email at [email protected].

Edgar Cayce Morning Exercises

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County invites you to join us for Edgar Cayce Morning Exercises on Wednesday, March 11, 18, and 25 at 10am in the newly renovated Pennyroyal Area Museum. This routine is a simple, healthy morning exercise program designed to get your day started on a positive note. It is inspired from the works of Christian County historic figure Edgar Cayce who was born March 18, 1877. Suitable for any age, condition, or place!

The exercises will be conducted in the McCarroll Gallery of the Pennyroyal Area Museum – located at 217 E. 9th Street in downtown Hopkinsville. The program is free and open to the public.

Awaken, cleanse, and strengthen your mind, body, and spirit during this 20-minute program!

Questions? Contact the Museums at 270-887-4270 or by email at [email protected].

Edgar Cayce Morning Exercises

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County invites you to join us for Edgar Cayce Morning Exercises on Wednesday, March 11, 18, and 25 at 10am in the newly renovated Pennyroyal Area Museum. This routine is a simple, healthy morning exercise program designed to get your day started on a positive note. It is inspired from the works of Christian County historic figure Edgar Cayce who was born March 18, 1877. Suitable for any age, condition, or place!

The exercises will be conducted in the McCarroll Gallery of the Pennyroyal Area Museum – located at 217 E. 9th Street in downtown Hopkinsville. The program is free and open to the public.

Awaken, cleanse, and strengthen your mind, body, and spirit during this 20-minute program!

Questions? Contact the Museums at 270-887-4270 or by email at [email protected].

March Madness in Hoptown!

Check out all of the great events happening this month in Hoptown and find out what the “madness” is all about!

10th Annual Kentucky Bunco Bash – March 13-15 – Gather up the ladies and enjoy a weekend of Bunco, prizes, door decorating and costume contest, as well as access to shopping and dining, the Kentucky Bunco Bash is the perfect opportunity to get away from it all and enjoy a wonderful weekend! This year’s theme is the roaring 20s! Click here for ticket information!

Trail of Tears Heritage Cabin Re-Opens – March 19 – The Trail of Tears Heritage Center is a restored log cabin which houses artifacts of the Cherokee people and additional Native American cultures. Admission to the Heritage Center is by donation. Hours will be Monday-Saturday 10:00 am-4:00 pm and Sunday 12:00-4:00 pm.

28th Annual Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar – March 20-22 – Gather with us at Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park, March 20-22, outside Edgar Cayce’s hometown for a weekend full of learning, fellowship, and self-discovery. Immerse yourself in the land where Edgar Cayce was born and reared and where he discovered his remarkable gifts that prompted his life’s work. Click here for ticket information!

11th Annual International Festival – March 27-28 – For the 11th straight year, the world will be at your fingertips during the annual Hopkinsville International Festival, March 27 & 28! This event (held at the Hopkinsville Sportsplex) celebrates the vast cultural diversity found in Hoptown and our region, educating citizens about a multitude of global traditions and history through food, music dance, sport and more. Best of all, the two-day event is FREE to attend.

 

For a full calendar of events, click here.

History on Tap

Join the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County at our next History on Tap program. Alissa Keller, Executive Director of the Museum, will present “Edgar Cayce 201,” a follow-up program on the life and work of Hopkinsville’s most famous son.

We have all heard of Edgar Cayce, but many of us do not know much about the work that was the product of the phenomenal life that he led. The most well-documented psychic of the 20th century, the father of holistic medicine, a medical clairvoyant, the sleeping prophet: these terms have all been used to describe this Christian County native. But what does it all mean? In this follow up program, Keller will discuss Cayce’s readings and how those readings can be applied today. From dietary recommendations to spiritual growth to tales of the lost continent of Atlantis, this presentation will provide a broad survey of the Cayce work and its impact.

History on Tap

Join the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County at our next History on Tap program at the Hopkinsville Brewing Company on Thursday, April 25 at 6:30 pm. Alissa Keller, Executive Director of the Museum, will present “Edgar Cayce 101,” a primer on Hopkinsville’s most famous son.

We have all heard of Edgar Cayce, but many of us do not know much about the phenomenal life that he led. The most well-documented psychic of the 20th century, the father of holistic medicine, a medical clairvoyant, the sleeping prophet: these terms have all been used to describe this Christian County native. But what does it all mean? Keller will discuss his roots in Hopkinsville and Christian County and what we can learn more about his contributions to humanity.

Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar 2019

Join us at Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park outside Edgar Cayce’s hometown for a weekend full of learning, fellowship, and self-discovery.
This year, we welcome John Van Auken as our featured speaker on Edgar Cayce and Our Life as Souls. An internationally renowned speaker, long-time staff member and current Director at A.R.E., John Van Auken is the author of many books including From Karma to Grace, 2038: The Great Pyramid Timeline Prophecy, and Edgar Cayce on the Spiritual Forces Within You and is a regular contributor to Venture Inward magazine. He is an acknowledged expert on the Cayce readings, the Bible, ancient prophecies, world religions, and meditation. John travels widely to share his knowledge of the Cayce work, serves as a guide for A.R.E. Tours to places like Greece, Egypt, and other ancient sites, and teaches courses in meditation training, mentoring, and other disciplines.

A bus tour of Cayce sites led by Christian County historian William T. Turner will round out this weekend of fun and personal growth.

Immerse yourself in the land where Edgar Cayce was born and reared and where he discovered his remarkable gifts that prompted his life’s work.

Registration includes sessions on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and lunch on Saturday. The bus tour with William T. Turner is almost full; book soon to secure your seat. Special rates available to attend individual sessions. Contact us for details!

For more information, contact the Museums at 270-887-4270 or visit Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County website at http://www.museumsofhopkinsville.org/ecseminar2019/. Tickets can be purchased online at Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar Tickets.

Basic Schedule

Friday, March 22
• 4-7 pm: Registration
• 7 pm: Edgar Cayce as a Prototype of Future Humans

Saturday, March 23
• 8 am: Morning Exercises
• 9 am: The Story of Our Souls, Part 1
• 10:30 am: Break
• 10:45 am: The Story of Our Souls, Part 2
• 12:15 pm: Lunch at the Lodge (included)
• 1:30 pm: Bus Tour of Cayce Sites with William T. Turner
• 7 pm: Ancient Egyptian Visions of Our Soul Life

Sunday, March 24
• 10 am: Prophecies Converging in Our Times

 

Be Mesmerized by Hypnotist Doug MacCraw!

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County are bringing a bit of mystery and wonder to the Alhambra! Here is some more info about the event:

“Be mesmerized with the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County! Join us on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 7:30pm as we welcome celebrity hypnotist Doug MacCraw to the Alhambra Theatre stage. MacCraw is a natural at combining his skills as a stand-up comedian with the science of hypnotism to create the most fast-paced, professional Comedy Stage Hypnosis Show in the country today. Dare to join our own Museum Director Alissa Keller and Christian County Historian William T. Turner and others on stage. This performance is not to be missed!


This fun-filled hypnotist show is offered in conjunction with the 22nd annual Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar to be held March 28-30, 2014. Best-selling authors Sidney and Nancy Kirkpatrick join the Museums to pay tribute to Hopkinsville’s most famous son. Join the experts for an exciting weekend of lectures, discussions, and a guided tour of local sites important to Cayce’s story. Edgar Cayce discovered his gifts while hypnotized on a stage in Hopkinsville. Maybe the next Edgar Cayce is already among us!

Tickets for the Hypnotist Show are $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for seniors and students. Tickets can be purchased online at www.MuseumsofHopkinsville.org/ECseminar2014 or at the Pennyroyal Area Museum at 217 East 9th Street, Hopkinsville.

For more information about the full Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar, visit our website at www.MuseumsofHopkinsville.org/ECseminar2014 or contact the museum at 270-887-4270.

Special thanks to our sponsors: Hopkinsville-Christian County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Planters Bank, WHOP/Lite 98.7, WKDZ/WHVO, Christian County Cares 2015, and the Kentucky New Era.”