The Violet Wand

A Healing Device

violet ray, cayce's violet ray, tesla coil

With five glowing glass pieces, each with their own ambient light, sensation, and intensity. Compact and lightweight, this piece is travel-friendly and now features a protective silicone handle for a secure and comfortable grip.

Measurements: Wand Power Unit and Hand Grip is 9 inches long, Attachments range from 5.13 to 6.38 inches long, Power Cable is 6 feet long.

Material: ABS plastic, glass, silicone, metal. Note: US 110v power cord.

Tesla, a brilliant inventor, and visionary, is considered the father of scalar, zero-point technology, and the Tesla Coil, the technology used in The Violet Ray, a high frequency, low amperage source of static electricity.

 The violet ray in healing would have been almost totally forgotten, except for one man, Edgar Cayce.

For glandular problems Edgar Cayce remarked: “This is a high-voltage [device] stimulating all centers that are at the crossroads, the connections between the various portions of the physical body functioning, the mental attitudes, and attainments, as well as the sources of supply, which arose by the choice of the entity in entering this particular temple, this individual temple.”

Used for:

The use of electrotherapy has been researched and accepted in the field of rehabilitation

1. Pain management

Improves range of joint movement

2. Treatment of neuromuscular dysfunction

Improvement of strength
Improvement of motor control
Retards muscle atrophy
Improvement of local blood flow

3. Improves range of joint mobility

Induces repeated stretching of contracted, shortened soft tissues

4. Tissue repair

Enhances microcirculation and protein synthesis to heal wounds
Restores integrity of connective and dermal tissues

5. Acute and chronic edema

Accelerates absorption rate
Affects blood vessel permeability
Increases mobility of proteins, blood cells and lymphatic flow

6. Peripheral blood flow

Induces arterial, venous and lymphatic flow

7. Iontophoresis

Delivery of pharmacological agents

8. Urine and fecal incontinence

Affects pelvic floor musculature to reduce pelvic pain and strengthen musculature
Treatment may lead to complete continence

Electrotherapy is primarily used in physical therapy for relaxation of muscle spasms, prevention and retardation of disuse atrophy, increase of local blood circulation, muscle rehabilitation and re-education electrical muscle stimulation, maintaining and increasing range of motion, management of chronic and intractable pain, post-traumatic acute pain, post-surgical acute pain, immediate post-surgical stimulation of muscles to prevent venous thrombosis, wound healing and drug delivery.

Some of the treatment effectiveness mechanisms are little understood, with effectiveness and best practices for their use still anecdotal.u00a0Electrotherapy devices have been studied in the treatment of chronic wounds and pressure ulcers.


  • Be careful with the ultra-violet light as improper use can result in severe burns.
  • Follow the safety instructions that come with the unit.

The Effects of the Violet Ray

Mentioned in nearly 900 Cayce readings, the violet ray was recommended for a wide variety of conditions, due probably to its three important effects: light, heat, and ozone.

The device gives off a violet light through the glass tubes inserted into the control handle. Through history, osteopaths have used this device as therapy to combat infection.

Available Now

A handy new guidebook for using the Violet Ray Device for any healing situation. Includes how, where and time, plus care for the electrodes.

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