The tragic killings that have taken place in Orlando, Fla., are a sadness to all of us at Edgar Cayce's A.R.E., and to the world at large. As many of us have found prayer to be a hopeful aspect in life, we are joining together through A.R.E.'s Prayer Services to deeply pray for all of the souls and the families and friends affected by this unexpected and violent event. It is shocking to the very core of our souls.


The Edgar Cayce readings are timeless in their ability to direct us toward a hopeful, noble, and spirit-filled response to world happenings. This excerpt from the Cayce readings may bring hope and help to our human family that is processing this event.

“If you call, I will hear…”

“This is not of old, but a living thing in the hearts and souls of those today. For the fact of thy consciousness in a material world. Though troubled and bloodstained world, thy prayer, thy blessing may bring a new hope, and may blossom into joy on earth, peace among men.” Edgar Cayce reading 2629-1

“God is LOVE. Then—in thy activity under stress, strain, even disappointment and heartbreaking experiences – CALL For he hath promised, ‘if you call I will HEAR and answer speedily.’ Yet the answer can only be in that measure with which ye mete thy fellow man.” Edgar Cayce reading 2401-1

When we need to find a soft place for our minds, hearts, and souls to rest during difficult times, the Cayce material points us towards prayer, faith, and love as active forces we can use to sustain us and to remember our highest ideals. If you need a reminder, like most of us, during difficult times-simply consider this phrase, "If you call, I will hear."


Peace and blessings to you and yours from all of us here at A.R.E.

We invite you to join with us in prayer for all those  affected by this horrendous tragedy.


Blessings to each of you, 



Kevin J. Todeschi