On the current edition of my radio show I profile Edgar Cayce’s blueprint. I was amazed by what I found out about his name and numbers.
Edgar Cayce, also known as the ‘Sleeping Prophet’ and one of the most mysterious men of the last century, was born on March 18, 1877. The two numbers I immediately noticed were the 18 Day of Birth and the 77th year of that century.
The two-digit year in any century that you are born in is an important indicator as well. For example, if you were born in 1968, the number 68/14/5 as well as 6 and 8 also figure into your overall profile and tendencies.
As for Edgar Cayce, that 77th year is highly significant. First of all, 7 is the number of mystery, spiritual and intellectual thirst and knowledge, great analytical abilities and a kind of singular independence.
When the 7 is doubled, it turns into master number 77. With master numbers more is asked of you. Many highly successful people, or people who are pillars of their community, have at least one master number. They usually know on some level they are here to ‘master’ a talent, a specific task or be a master teacher.
77 is also referred to as the ‘Christ Consciousness’ number.
Cayce is a wonderful example of someone who tapped into the numbers in his blueprint in an exceptional manner.
His Life Purpose Number was a 35/8, and his Destiny Number a 45/9. These are both leadership vibrations.
They are also the numbers of a visionary. 45 is a highly sensitive and mystical vibration which can indicate great intuitive abilities. Often I see someone who is an outstanding example in his or her field of expertise. Cayce certainly was.
Along with giving Cayce great courage and fortitude to face challenges, his 45 Destiny made him secretive and proud.
Did you know Cayce never willingly released a photo of himself to the media. He wanted to remain anonymous. So the New York Times interviewed his parents at their home and snuck out a photo of Cayce.
Then the NY Times published it on their front page. The man was famous, and so they wanted a photo.
Edgar Cayce was meant to be in the spotlight. It’s clear based on his numbers as to why he was able to generate so much interest as a medical intuitive, his specialty, and build a major enterprise surrounding his intuitive gifts.
The combination of his Destiny and Life Purpose Numbers could have made Cayce feel like an outsider. This is particularly true when you add his 18/9 day of Birth – a challenging number.
Luckily for Cayce, his current name adds up to a wonderful vibration – 10, the Instant Manifestation Number. His 10 name magnified his intuition even more. This number symbolizes Love and Light. The power for manifesting your creative ideas into reality is truly remarkable with this number.
As often happens when you have a prominent 4 or 8 in your Personal Numerology Blueprint, as Cayce does, you are magnetically attracted to other 4s and 8s – and that includes dates. Edgar Cayce died on January 3, 1945. This date adds up to 35/8, his Life Purpose Number.
During his life he would have been magnetically drawn to people and dates who have a 4 or 8 in their blueprint.
The year within the century that he passed away, 45, reflects his Destiny Number.
As you can see, his date of death is filled with symbols. Numbers which mirror why he was here and what his destiny was. This means, Edgar Cayce allowed his gifts to blossom to the fullest extent possible. You could say, he was a man on a mission to help others using the 6th sense as his guide. Many consider him to be the greatest intuitive of the 20th century.
Another example of a highly fortunate name is the title of his 1943 biography.
This bestseller, ‘There Is a River’, adds up to the number of spiritual alchemy and compelling charisma. It certainly helped in cementing his great legacy.