Wynn Free
“The Reincarantion of
Edgar Cayce?”

From Wynn Free...

I was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. My main interest as a youth was electronics and ham radio.   I attended college at the University of California at Berkeley, majoring in physics, thinking that physics was a natural expansion of my early interest in electronics.

But it wasn't long before my interests shifted to alternative politics, spirituality, metaphysics, and songwriting. I read a number of books about Edgar Cayce during this period and it stimulated my curiosity to possible understanding of realities far beyond my proclivity for science, rational explanations.

I formed a rock and roll band and played at clubs in Berkeley and San Francisco. When the band broke up, my girlfriend and I formed a duo where she would sing the songs I had written and I would back her up playing guitar. We traveled around the country in a VW bus and were welcomed as hippy emissaries wherever we would go.

There was something inside me that was demanding certain lessons that I would have to have outside of that relationship. I decided to take a hitchhiking road trip with just my guitar. I was a bit scared of doing this but I remember saying to myself that if there was a God, I wanted him to show himself and this trip was my way of giving God a chance to reveal himself. It was somewhat an act of faith, leaving Berkeley with no money and no particular destination, but I wanted to act out an Americana dream in the footsteps of some of my heroes at the time, Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie and others who used music as their interface with humanity.

I had experienced many synchronicities (miracles of perfect timing) and I thought my success as a songwriter and entertainer was just a matter of time. But something happened which totally reversed my fate. One of my songs was rewritten and became a hit without my name on it. (I should note that this had nothing to do with Brian Holland). My life fell apart. I became afraid to let anyone hear my music and withdrew. I ended up selling products at swap meets and street fairs to survive. It began as a temporary stopgap for my withdrawal from the music business which I intended to return to, but I had gotten into a rut that I didn't know how to get out of.

Then in 1998, at the end of an event in San Diego, I purchased a notebook at local drug store and began writing my thoughts of the day, which came out in the form of free style poems.  I solicited a metaphysical web magazine  Spirit of Maat to publish some poems and they responded that they didn't publish poetry and invited me to write an article for them.

It was somewhere around 1999 that I discovered the website of David Wilcock, where David revealed in one section that he had a "resonance"; with Edgar Cayce. I read David's story carefully and decided that if he was telling the truth, he had to be the reincarnation of Cayce. I petitioned my editor at Spirit of Maat to let me interview David. She looked at his web site and reported back to me that he was some kind of whacko. I persisted and eventually she reluctantly gave the go ahead, but wouldn't guarantee to run the story until she evaluated it. The day after I sent her the story, she phoned me and passionately proclaimed I was right; David had to be the return of Cayce. Then she said that I was the one to write the book about it, which led to the writing of The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?, released in March of 2004 and published by North Atlantic Books in Berkeley.


“The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?’ presents metaphysical concepts in an easy to understand manner. It is an extremely compelling case statistically tying Wilcock to Cayce with odds of billions to one, regardless of whether one believes in reincarnation or not.

Uri Geller said, “David Wilcock is Edgar Cayce.”

Kristine Catalina, author of “Man Woman Made Easy” said, “This book has made more of an impact on me than any other book I’ve read since reading Autobiography of a Yogi in 1975. The timing of the book couldn’t be better.”

“The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?’ retails for $18.95. For more information about the book and author Wynn Free, please visit on the web at http://www.CaycesBack.com. Dealer inquiries are invited. The book is distributed by Random House. You can contact the author at mailto:wynnfree@yahoo.com.