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Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. Library Adopt-a-Book program encourages and provides support of library services including preservation of materials, acquisitions, digital conservation and research of one of the largest metaphysical libraries in the world.

The book you adopt or recipient of your gift will be acknowledged with a personal bookplate within the book. Several people may adopt the same book; therefore a book may include several bookplates. Bookplate information will also appear in card catalog listing.

Each book is associated with a contribution tier level. Please note your contribution will go into the general library fund to support the services and programs of the library. The list of books for adoption will be changed quarterly so check back often. You are welcome to adopt multiple books. 

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Books currently available for adoption are: 

Exclusive Level ($5,000)

There Is a River: The Story of Edgar Cayce
by Thomas Sugrue
From Reserve Collection
#59 Signed by Edgar Cayce
Published 1942 (First Printing)

Limited Edition Level ($1,000)

My Years with Edgar Cayce: The Personal Story of Gladys Davis Turner
by Mary Ellen Carter
From Reserve Collection
Signed by Gladys Davis
Published 1972 (First Edition)

Antique Level ($500)

Mycenae: A Narrative of Researches
From Reserve Collection
by Henry Schliemann
Published 1878

Collectible Level ($250)

Many Mansions
by Gina Cerminara
Published 1950

Wisdom Level ($100)

Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records
by Kevin J. Todeschi
Published 1998

Seeker Level ($50)

Edgar Cayce's Origin and Destiny of Man
by Lytle Robinson
Published 2008

ADOPT-A-BOOK TODAY

Your tax-deductible gift of support is a tangible way to remember a loved one, honor a special milestone, or celebrate an occasion while supporting the mission of the library:

Mission of the Library

To provide library service, enhance spiritual community, strengthen connectedness within the Association, foster personal growth, encourage "the love of God and man," and promote the oneness of all life in the experience of those who seek greater consciousness.

"All knowledge is to be used in the manner that will give help and assistance to others,
and the desire is that the laws of the Creator be manifested in the physical world." 

— Edgar Cayce