Sunday morning from 9 to 11 a.m. EST
|| 9 a.m. Shirley Andrews
10 a.m. Lynn Sparrow Christy (encore)
9 a.m. From the Archives:
Dr. Harold J. Reilly
10 a.m. Shirley Andrews
|| 9 a.m. Joanne DiMaggio, MA
10 a.m. From the Archives:
Dr. Harold J. Reilly
|| 9 a.m. James Tyberonn
10 a.m. Joanne DiMaggio, MA(encore)
9 a.m. From the Archives:
10 a.m. James Tyberonn (encore)
|| 9 a.m. Carol Ann Liaros
10 a.m. From the Archives:
Harmon Bro (encore)
|| 9 a.m. The Best of 2013 Part 1
10 a.m. Carol Ann Liaros (encore)
||9 a.m. The Best of 2013 Part 2
10 a.m.The Best of 2013 Part 1 (encore)
|| 9 a.m. TBD
10 a.m. The Best of 2013
Part 2 (Encore)
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|Each program will delve deeply into concepts from the Edgar Cayce readings. Join us as we explore ancient mysteries, perspectives on the afterlife, reincarnation, personal health, intuition, psychic development, and much, much more. Guests include expert authors and speakers.
The mission statement of the program is to introduce listeners to the vast array of information from the Cayce readings, which complements the overall mission of our nonprofit organization to provide individuals from all walks of life, levels of education, and religious backgrounds with tools for personal empowerment and healing at all levels - body, mind, and spirit.
Brenton Bickerstaff moved to Virginia Beach from Florida to work with Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. in
2012 and has been a regular volunteer at the A.R.E. conferences. He has been a student of the
Edgar Cayce material and metaphysics since he was a teenager, with a special interest in
bridging the gap between science and spirituality via sacred geometry, quantum physics, as well
as Native and Buddhist philosophy.
To contact Brenton or submit a question, visit EdgarCayce.org/radio and click on the Submit a Question link.
Shirley Andrews, Nov. 3 at 9 a.m.; Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. eastern
has had a lifelong interest in Atlantis. She has traveled from the ancient monasteries
high in the Himalayas to the islands of the Azores to uncover the truth. She has written two well-
received books, Atlantis: Insights From a Lost Civilization and Lemuria and Atlantis: Studying the Past
to Survive the Future, both of which have been published in several languages. Shirley combines her
lifelong passionate interest in Atlantis; her world travels; and the knowledge of many scholars into her
research, writing, and public speaking. For more information see her website: Atlantisinsights.net. She
is a featured presenter at the new conference We ARE the Atlanteans: Lemuria, Atlantis, and the
Egyptian Connection in Virginia Beach from April 4-6, 2014.
From the Archives: Harold J. Reilly, PhT, Nov.10 at 9 a.m.; Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. eastern
From the Archives: Harold J. Reilly, PhT, (Apr. 22, 1895-Sep. 13, 1987)
was a prominent physiotherapist who owned and operated the Reilly Institute in New York City for more
than 30 years. Among his patients were such notables as Bob Hope and Nelson Rockefeller. He held five
doctoral degrees, published many magazine articles, and was a noted lecturer. The Edgar Cayce
Handbook for Health through Drugless Therapy (available at ARECatalog.com) is still considered one of
the best books on Edgar Cayce’s natural techniques for restoring a healthy body, mind, and spirit. Dr.
Reilly created the Cayce/Reilly Massage, a particular style of Swedish Massage, from information
suggested in the Cayce readings. The Cayce/Reilly® School of Massotherapy, which opened in 1987, is
named in honor of his lasting contribution to the Cayce work.
Joanne DiMaggio, MA, Nov.17 at 9 a.m.; Nov. 24 at 10 a.m. eastern
Joanne DiMaggio, MA, has been actively involved with A.R.E. since 1987. In May 2010, Joanne earned
her Master's in Transpersonal Studies degree through Atlantic University. Her culminating project was
on Inspirational Writing and she has given talks on this subject to A.R.E. groups around the country. She
mentors an online eGroup on inspirational writing. A member of the National Association of
Transpersonal Hypnotherapists and a graduate of the Eastern Institute of Hypnotherapy as a Certified
Hypnotherapist, Joanne completed additional training in hypnosis at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn,
IL. A writer by profession, Joanne is the author of a book on inspirational writing called, appropriately
enough, Soul Writer. Read more about inspirational writing on her Web site, Soulwriter.net. She is a
featured presenter at the upcoming A.R.E. Annual New Year’s Conference: Interpreting Signs Along
Your Way: Tools for Understanding, Guidance, and Discovery from Dec. 29-31 in Virginia Beach.
James Tyberonn, Nov. 24 at 9 a.m.; Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. eastern
James Tyberonn, a professional engineer and geologist for 33 years, has studied the
earth on every continent, traveling to over 85 countries. He has devoted himself to intense metaphysical
studies of varied disciplines, focusing on understanding the energy of the living Earth, from both a
scientific and metaphysical perspective. He is considered to be one of the world’s most knowledgeable
experts on earth energies, crystals and gems, sacred sites, and the planetary grid system. He will present
a special workshop using gems and stones for spiritual and physical healing at the new conference We
ARE the Atlanteans: Lemuria, Atlantis, and the Egyptian Connection in Virginia Beach from April 4-6,
From the Archives: Harmon Bro, Dec. 1 at 9 a.m.; Dec. 8 at 10 a.m. eastern
Harmon Bro Professor of philosophy and religion and specialist in parapsychological aspects of religious
life, including meditation, faith-healing, mystical experience, and conversion, he was born December 14,
1919, in Nanking, China to missionary parents. He was ordained a minister in the Christian Church
(Disciples of Christ) in 1943 before serving as associate professor of religion and psychology at George
Williams College in Chicago, Illinois. He was a director at the Institute for Religious Education at Syracuse
University and director of the Institute for Research in Psychology and Religion. Bro's friendship with
Edgar Cayce led to his long relationship with the Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.).
His doctoral thesis, The Charisma of the Seer, examined the life and work of Cayce. He was a frequent
speaker at the A.R.E. and wrote a number of books before his death in 1997 including the rereleased
book A Seer Out of Season.
Carol Ann Liaros, Dec. 8 at 9 a.m.; Dec. 15 at 10 a.m. eastern
Carol Ann Liaros has been a professional psychic, lecturer, workshop presenter, and author for
more than 40 years. She has appeared on international TV, hundreds of radio shows, in the
movie Inner Spaces, and has been a speaker for Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. for 25 years. She has
worked for business leaders, psychotherapists, senior corporate executives, health
organizations, spiritual groups, and churches designing workshops, meditations, innovative
psychic techniques, intuition programs, and more. As the subject of psychic research, her
accuracy over a 2-year study was 93-97% in predicting the future. Her latest book, Edgar Cayce on Auras & Colors, co-authored with Kevin J. Todeschi, teaches readers to access their intuitive
self to see auras and explores colors and auras with practical tools for understanding that can
be applied in daily life. She will present the program You are Psychic: The Legacy Conference
from March 17-22, 2014 in Virginia Beach. You can learn more on her website:
The Best of 2013: Parts 1 and 2
December 15: 9 a.m. The Best of 2013 Part 1
December 22: 9 a.m. The Best of 2013 Part 2; 10 a.m. The Best of 2013 Part 1 (Encore)
December 29: 9 a.m. 10 a.m. The Best of 2013 Part 2 (Encore)
Our show host, Brenton Bickerstaff recalls his favorite guests and interviews from 2013. This special
episode will include excerpts from several of the more interesting interviews from the past year and
cover the wide range of topics from the Edgar Cayce readings.