Source – The Virginion Pilot Online
Charles Thomas Cayce, grandson of psychic Edgar Cayce, died Friday of cardiac arrest. He was 73 .
Cayce held a doctorate degree in child psychology and was one of the Association for Research & Enlightenment’s most popular presenters, according to its website.
The association, founded in 1931, conducts research, education and application of core concepts found in Edgar Cayce’s readings, when he answered questions about holistic health, life after death and world affairs while in an altered state.
His grandson specialized in relationships, meditation and dealing with stress creatively.
“He was a calming influence, a champion of young people, a trusted resource on a variety of topics like meditation, psychic ability, and incorporating spirituality into our daily lives,” said Kevin Todeschi, executive director of the association.
In June 2014, at a celebration of the renovated Cayce hospital at the association’s headquarters on 67th Street, Charles Cayce addressed the crowd of more than 200 people.
He described how on Sunday afternoons, people would gather in the courtyard to listen to his grandfather’s “homespun talks.”
Charles Cayce served as president of the association and retired in 2006. He was also president of the Edgar Cayce Foundation and a member of the Board of Trustees.
He was the oldest son of Hugh Lynn and Sally Cayce, and he grew up in Virginia Beach, attended Virginia Beach High School and was an Eagle Scout. He liked to golf, garden and farm.
Cayce is survived by his wife, Leslie, two daughters and four grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held June 25, during the association’s 85th anniversary event in Virginia Beach.
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