In 1937 Edgar Cayce was asked to give a Christmas message to members of the first Study Group. In recognition of our sincere thanks for each and every one of you, we offer these excerpts from Cayce’s Christmas message: 

Let patience, love and mercy be thy watchwords. Practice them in thy daily life. For in so doing ye bring into thy experience all the joy, all the expectancy, all the anticipation of a closer walk with Him―which is indeed the Christ-mass spirit…

Let thy light so shine that it will lighten the way for those that are stumbling here and there about thee…

Let that love, that beauty as was the message to the shepherds, be thine today: "Unto thee is born," yea unto thee―each one here―is given a knowledge, an understanding of the life of the Christ that will renew thy life, thy purposes - if ye will but sing that new song, "Love one another."  (262-116)

On behalf of all of us at Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E., Atlantic University, the Cayce/Reilly School of Massage, and the Edgar Cayce Foundation, we wish each of you a blessed and beautiful Holiday Season!