Edgar Cayce Australia


Kevin J. Todeschi

Kevin J. Todeschi is Executive Director and CEO of Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research & Enlightenment, A.R.E. (www.EdgarCayce.org) and Atlantic University, AU (www.AtlanticUniv.edu),responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Edgar Cayce organizations. As both student and teacher of the Cayce material for more than forty years, he has lectured on countless subjects in front of thousands of individuals upon five different continents (soon to add a sixth continent!!).

A prolific writer, he is the author of more than 25 books, including the best-selling Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records, Edgar Cayce on Soul Mates, Contemporary Cayce, Edgar Cayce on Auras and Colors (co-author), Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation and Family Karma, Edgar Cayce's Twelve Lessons in Personal Spirituality and The Best Dream Book Ever. He also authored A.R.E.'s "Dream App" for both iPhone and Android. 

Known for his knowledge of the Edgar Cayce information, his sense of humor, and his ability to explain complex topics in a straightforward and easy to understand manner, Kevin remains one of A.R.E.'s most popular speakers.

Russell Bowey

Russell Bowey is the president of Edgar Cayce Australia and is the Australian contact person for the A.R.E. He is the editor of Southern Lights newsletter and produces the Edgar Cayce Australia Facebook page.

He has researched the Cayce material for nearly forty years, and has presented seminars and workshops on many subjects including life seals, dreams, soul mates, meditation and life’s purpose. He also presents monthly talks at the Glad Helpers Down Under Prayer Group meetings.

Russell is the creator of the board game ‘Sojourns’, which is designed to give a basic understanding of the continuity of life and the laws governing our existence in an atmosphere of fun and enjoyment. The concept is based on ideas about reincarnation from the Cayce Readings. Players move through 6 lifetimes from Atlantis to 18th Century America by selecting from a deck of ‘Karma’ cards. The game has been played at the annual A.R.E. member’s Congress in Virginia Beach, but is now offered for the first time at an event in Australia.