Violet Ray Light
One of several electrical appliances recommended in the Edgar Cayce readings, the violet ray is a rather unique instrument; during Cayce’s day it was available for use by physicians and laypeople from pharmacies or electrical appliance stores. Today, because of its positive effect on the skin, cosmetologists, beauticians, and aestheticians use it for psoriasis, acne, and hair growth.
The violet ray is a user-friendly, hand-held device that can be purchased along with a variety of glass applicators, such as a bulb, a comb-rake, or a rod, each with a specific purpose. The glass is inserted into the tip of the hand-held section. After being plugged in and turned on, the appliance becomes a high-voltage, low amperage (current) source of static electricity, whose discharge creates a violet color (hence, its name), a pleasant ozone smell – and a sizzling noise!
An interesting note: The coil in this device was invented by renowned genius and electrical scientist, Nikola Tesla.
Mentioned in nearly 900 Cayce readings, the violet ray was recommended for a wide variety of conditions. One of the major benefits of the device, as noted earlier, includes stimulating superficial circulation. It also has a rejuvenating effect on the nervous system, alleviates skin and hair disorders, is useful for digestive and elimination problems, promotes relaxation, helps relieve various reproductive disorders, as well as aids eye problems, arthritis and rheumatism.