ARE Mid-Atlantic Retreat

June 9 - 11, 2017
4:00 PM

Shepherd University
Student Center
210 N. King Street
Shepherdstown, WV

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Exploring Edgar Cayce's Health Remedies
                       with Jack Rosen

Modern medical science offers limited help and hope for the many people affected by neurological syndromes such as Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, “Lou Gherig’s Disease” (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), and others. But some of those who have used the Edgar Cayce treatment plans for these conditions -- including Cayce’s mysterious “appliances” -- have reported significant improvement and sometimes complete cures.
Join us as Jack demonstrates how to use many of Edgar Cayce's health remedies found in the readings.
Edgar Cayce's Electrical Healing "Appliances"
Learn about the “Wet Cell” and “Radiac Appliance,” which were recommended by Cayce for regenerating nerve function in these syndromes and for other uses such as spiritual attunement & overcoming possession -- and have recently proved useful for Lyme Disease.
Jack will also discuss the Violet Ray, another mysterious electrical apparatus recommended in over 900 Cayce readings. This high frequency appliance uses a sophisticated coil reportedly invented by the electrical genius, Nicola Tesla. Once in common use by physicians, it is virtually a forgotten tool of conventional health care. Learn about its use in treating nervous disorders, arthritis and rheumatism, hair and skin disorders, problems with digestion and elimination, possession and schizophrenia - and especially problems related to poor circulation.
 Edgar Cayce on Eczema, Psoriasis and Scleroderma
While doctors may tell you that there’s no cure for these conditions – only a possibility of symptomatic relief if you remain on medications for the rest of your life – many people have experienced complete cures using Cayce’s recommendations.  Learn what the medical community is just beginning to put together – how “leaky gut syndrome,” eczema and psoriasis are related. And discover natural healing methods for scleroderma – a sometimes fatal disease.
 Edgar Cayce on Diet for Health.
Jack Rosen explains the “normal diet” according to Edgar Cayce.
You will learn about: 
  • The importance of the acid-alkaline balance
  • Foods & food combinations to avoid
  • Specialized diets: Cleansing diet, Spiritual Diet, Diet for Weight Loss
  • Comparing the Cayce approach to cancer with other alternative approaches
Learn how to make and use:
  • Glycothymoline packs for your sinuses
  • Apple cider vinegar and salt packs for arthritis
  • Grape, potato, and crushed onion poultices
  • Castor oil packs for a multitude of uses. (They’re almost magic!)
 Take charge of your own wellness with this time-tested do-it-yourself healing lore. Jack Rosen, Cayce Method Educator, of West Nyack, N.Y., has been using the Cayce remedies for himself, and has taught hundreds of people how to make and use them through his private practice and in workshops.

This event closed for registrations on 6/11/2017

Event Details

Location:  This year's retreat will be held on the rolling, 323 acre, tree-lined campus of Shepherd University in historic Shepherdstown, situated in northeastern West Virginia on the banks of the Potomac River.  You can learn more about the area, visit the University's website,

Check-in:  Friday from 4:00 - 6:30 pm and after the evening (7:00 - 9:00 pm) program.  Check-in will be at Shepherd University Student Center. 
The retreat concludes Sunday at noon.

Lodging:  All rooms are air-conditioned, dormitory-style, 2 long-twin beds to a room and a shared bathroom in the hall.  The residence hall has 3 floors and NO elevator.  First floor rooms are limited.  If you need a room on the first floor for health reasons, please register early and indicate the need on your registration form.  The university provides linens and towels.  However, you must bring your own pillows and blankets.  For those who might consider residence hall living a bit too "rustic", close-by commercial lodging is available in town.  The university website has links to several facilities.

Meals:  A sandwich buffet will be available to all registrants during Friday check-in at the University Student Center.  There will be 3 meals served on Saturday (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and breakfast only on Sunday. Please indicate on the registration form which type of meals you want: vegetarian, vegan or meat.

Early Registration: Save $15.00 when you register by May 6.
Full refund for cancellation prior to May 6.
After the registration form and payment are received, a confirmation email with  additional details and helpful tips regarding the weekend retreat will be sent by email.

For more information, contact:
aremidatlantic       301-524-2269
Craig:          301-524-2094
Sandi:                 301-834-7420


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