I have been busy the last couple of decades working on diverse projects that center around my interest in the Cayce material. Much of the production it is available through this website as products or resource archives.
I have been working on the manual therapy project since the late 1980's when I visited the founding archives of osteopathy and chiropractic to survey the historic documents and begin the collecting process. The Early American Manual Therapy collection is currently at Version 6.0 and I will come out with the next version when I have accumulated enough content to justify it.
Searching For God (SFG) I completed the media and initial exercise content in 2011. I have taught the material through Atlantis University and continue to adapt and upgrade the material based on the feedback I get from students of the course.
I am just beginning this project and will be posting some content on this site as it progresses, so you may want to check back occasionally if this is a subject of interest to you.
This resource is hosted on the Meridian Institute website at: http://www.meridianinstitute.com/echerb/index.htm
This is a research tool and some clinicians interested in applying the Cayce approach have found it helpful. It is also currently hosted on the Meridian Institute website at: http://www.meridianinstitute.com/ccsi/ccsidisc.htm
Although I had done some multimedia projects for the A.R.E. and various professionals who sought out my services, the Ra Ta Epic was my first major projects for the McMillin Media venture. Visit the Ra Ta Epic project page to learn more about the book, CD, and screenplay.
My fascination with the Revelation (the last book of the Christian bible) began with my interest in the readings of Edgar Cayce that dealt with mental health and the body-soul connection. A lecture I gave on this at the A.R.E. was videotaped and is available as a DVD:
Further study in the Cayce Revelation readings led to a personal interpretation of John's mystical vision based on the concept of enlightenment and the creation of another DVD: