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  • Alchemy: Science of the Cosmos, Science of the Soul by Titus Burckhardt

    Alchemy: Science of the Cosmos, Science of the Soul by Titus Burckhardt, published in 1967. Sections Include: The Origin of Western Alchemy, Nature and Language of Alchemy, The Hermetic Wisdom, Spirit and Matter, Planets and Metals, The Rotation of the Elements, Sulphur Quicksilver and Salt, The Story of Nicholas Flamel and His Wife, The Emerald Tablet, etc. etc. Illustrated. Hardcover with original jacket with shelfwear to corners and ends of jacket.

  • The History of Magic: Including A Clear and Precise Exposition of its Procedure, Its Rites and Its Mysteries by Eliphas Levi

    The History of Magic: Including A Clear and Precise Exposition of its Procedure, Its Rites and Its Mysteries by Eliphas Levi, undated third edition circa 1948. Printed in Britain but Distributed in the U.S. Sections Include: Magic of the Magi, Magic in India, Hermetic Magic, The Holy Kabbalah, Initiation and Its Ordeals, Magicians, The Devil, Some Kabbalistic Paintings and Sacred Emblems, etc. etc. Hardcover with light shelfwear to corners and ends.

  • Alchemy Source of Chemistry and Medicine by Charles J. Thompson

    Alchemy Source of Chemistry and Medicine by Charles J. Thompson, published in 1974. Sections Include: The Dawn of the Art of Healing, The Philosophers Stone, The Wizards of Early Greece, The Wizards of the Roman Empire, The Early Age of Greek and Roman Pharmacy, Alchemy, Symbols of the Alchemists, The Black Art and Occutl Sciences, The Art of Foretelling, Black Magic, A Witches Sabbath, Plant Lore, Drug Charms, Amulets, Talismans and Cures, etc. etc. Hardcover with original dust jacket with light shelfwear to corners and ends of jacket.

  • The Black Stone Six Essays On The Sixtystone

    The Black Stone Six Essays On The Sixtystone, published in 1993. A work attributed to the Esoteric Order of Dagon, Limited to 60 copies this being number 31. Sections Include: Notes on the Black Stone by Peter Smith, Black Seals and Sixtystones by Stephen Dziklewicz, Ixaxar: The Sixtystone by John Beal, The Mysteries of the Worm by Alec Hidell, The Servants of the Stone by Stephen Sinnitt, Ixaxar and Atavistic Resurgence by D.M. Mitchell. Bound in booklet format with stapled binding. Only the very lightest shelfwear.

  • Heathen Religion in Its Popular and Symbolical Development by Rev. Joseph B. Gross

    Heathen Religion in Its Popular and Symbolical Development by Rev. Joseph B. Gross, published in 1856. The Topography of Religious Objects Regarded as Deified, The Worship of Gods, Sacred Places and Religious Festivals, The Classification and Relative Antiquity of the Gods, The Oracles Divinations or Auguries and Auruspacy of Heathenism, The Origin and Character of the Heathen Religion, Osiris, Typhon, The Egyptian Theory of the World and the Worship of Sacred Animals or Hiero-Zoolatry, The Cosmogony and Theology of the Hindus, The Religious Creeds of the Scandinavians, The Scandinavian Gods in Their Planetary Relations to Mankind, TheYggdrasil, The Mundane Snake, The World Mountains, The Mithras and Mithra of the Persians, Vesta, Her Fires, The Eleusinian Mysteries, etc. etc. Hardcover with shelfwear to corners and ends and chipping to spine ends.

  • The Impact of the Kabbalah in the Seventeenth Century: The Life and Thought of Francis Mercury van Helmont (1614-1698) by Allison P. Coudert

    The Impact of the Kabbalah in the Seventeenth Century: The Life and Thought of Francis Mercury van Helmont (1614-1698) by Allison P. Coudert, published in 1999. Issued by Brill Academic Publishers. Hardcover with original jacket, near fine.

  • The Twilight Language: Explorations in Buddhist Meditation and Symbolism by Roderick S. Bucknell and Martin Stuart-Fox

    The Twilight Language: Explorations in Buddhist Meditation and Symbolism by Roderick S. Bucknell and Martin Stuart-Fox, published in 1986. Sections Include: Meditation and Symbolism, The Twilight Language in Historical Context, Concentration, Insight Meditation, The Three Knowledges, The Five Symbolic Groups, The Mandala and Cakras, Doctrinal and Historical Implications, etc. etc. Hardcover with original jacket with only the lightest shelfwear.

  • The Works of Thomas Vaughan Mystic and Alchemist edited by Arthur Edward Waite

    The Works of Thomas Vaughan Mystic and Alchemist edited by Arthur Edward Waite, published in 1968. “The only collected edition of the Works of Thomas Vaughan (1621-1665), the English alchemist.” Hardcover with original jacket with light shelfwear to corners and ends of jacket.

  • Q.B.L. or The Bride’s Reception Being a Short Cabalistic Treatise on the Nature and Use of the Tree of Life by Frater Achad

    Q.B.L. or The Bride’s Reception Being a Short Cabalistic Treatise on the Nature and Use of the Tree of Life by Frater Achad, published in 1972. Illustrated. Hardcover with original jacket with light shelfwear to corners and ends of jacket.

  • Let Go! Theory and Practice of Detachment According to Zen

    Let Go! Theory and Practice of Detachment According to Zen, published in 1962. Sections Include: Preparation for Sudden Illumination, Outer and Inner Perception Sensing and Feeling, The Birth of Thought, Conscious and Impartial Thought, The Three Cosmic Planes, The Conflict of Human Life, The Inner Lacerations of Man, The Illusory Enigma of Death, The Hierarchy of Psychomotive Power, The Word, Non-Convergent Language, The Approach of Satori, etc. etc. Hardcover with original jacket with light shelfwear only.

  • The Greatest Story Never Told by Lana Cantrell

    The Greatest Story Never Told by Lana Cantrell, published in 1988. A Scientific Inquiry into the Evidence of the Fall if Man from a Higher Civilization in Antiquity. Signed by author. Sections Include: Those Magnificent Gods in Their Flying Machines, The Changlings, The Prisoners of Eden, The Children of the Gods, The Taking of Jerusalem, Death of Inanna, Solomon and the Temple, The Disc of Death, Egyptain Teratology and Physiology, The Ennead, Marriages Made in Heaven, The Final Days, The Lost Race, Etc. etc. Illustrated. Hardcover with original jacket with light shelfwear.

  • The God Eater by Aleister Crowley

    The God Eater by Aleister Crowley, published in 1970. From the publishers commentary ” “This play presents an unparalleled view of Sufi tradition in life, rather than in philosophizing and speculation. It shows that we must overcome the Beast in us, and lead it into the spiritual life that is called ‘The Christ’, or redemption.” In stiff paper covers with decorative printing and only very light shelfwear

  • The City of God A Rhapsody by Aleister Crowley

    The City of God A Rhapsody by Aleister Crowley, published in 1979 by 93 publishing. Softcover with light sheflwear only.

  • Alchemy: Science of the Cosmos, Science of the Soul by Titus Burckhardt

    Alchemy: Science of the Cosmos, Science of the Soul by Titus Burckhardt, published in 1967. Sections Include: The Origin of Western Alchemy, Nature and Language of Alchemy, The Hermetic Wisdom, Spirit and Matter, Planets and Metals, The Rotation of the Elements, Sulphur Quicksilver and Salt, The Story of Nicholas Flamel and His Wife, The Emerald Tablet, etc. etc. Illustrated. Hardcover with original jacket with light shelfwear only.

  • Chymia Annual Studies in The History of Chemistry Volume 9 by Henry M. Leicester

    Chymia Annual Studies in The History of Chemistry Volume 9 by Henry M. Leicester, published in 1964. Sections Include: Chemical Technology and Commercial Law in Early Islam, Some Black Inks in Early Medieval Jewish Literature, Chemistry in the Kitab Al-Sumum (Book of Poisons) by Ibn Al-Wahshiya, Alchemy in Reverse: Robert Boyle on the Degradation of Gold, etc. etc. Hardcover with light shelfwear.

  • Water Which Does Not Wet Hands The Alchemy of Michael Sendivgius by Zbigniew Szydlo

    Water Which Does Not Wet Hands The Alchemy of Michael Sendivgius by Zbigniew Szydlo, published in 1994 in Poland. Illustrated. Hardcover with original jacket with only the very lightest shelfwear.