If the Association for Research and Enlightenment’s “Official Supplier” makes a questionable version of Edgar Cayce’s Radial Appliance, what is a seeker to do?
It is possible to make your own Radial Appliance. I heard that the A.R.E.’s bookstore in Virginia Beach used to have supplies, but I haven’t ever visited their business. I exchanged emails with an aspiring Appliance builder in/near Russia regarding a few specific details of Radial Appliance construction. He wrote back a few months later to say that he’d successfully built his own Appliance.
David McMillin has a nice book about his Radial Appliance R&D project. This book offers suppliers for each of the components.
Complete Appliances are available from these builders:
- Tom Hildebrand calls his version of Cayce’s Radio-Active Appliance the Ice Appliance.
- Phil Thomas calls his version of Cayce’s Radio-Active Appliance the Radial Device.
- James Knochel sells assembled Radial Appliances, as well as kits that purchasers can assemble on their own.
While there are difference between our versions of Edgar Cayce’s device, we aspire to adhere to Mr. Cayce’s instructions, even when they are not as convenient as we might like. Furthermore, we all stick to Cayce’s basic formula: Carbon Steel, plate Carbon, masking tape, and charcoal.