Holmes Publishing Group, 1998. A FINE COPY, hand-bound monograph with special papers and parchment end paper. Excellent source material showing the strong and persistent influence of the Hermetic philosophy within the Order. Edited by Darcy Kuntz. Golden Dawn Studies series 21. Newly revised edition. Octavo.
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Holmes Publishing Group, 1996. Hand-bound booklet; A FINE COPY. Special publisher's edition with parchment overlay. Two excellent treatises on this ancient symbol from the inner knowledge of the Golden Dawn. Golden Dawn Studies series 9, With additional notes by Darcy Kuntz.
New York: Occult Research Press [Weiser], 1955. In wraps as issued; light fading, else, A Fine Copy of an early Weiser imprint. Preface, Notes and Explanations by "Sapere Aude", Westcott's GD motto. 60 pages. 12mo,
Holmes Publishing Group, 1996. The Golden Dawn's own court cards reproduced from the Westcott originals as full page plates. Includes the original coloring guide, and Florence Farr's Second Order notes. Notes, with additional material, by Darcy Kuntz. Golden Dawn Studies Series 5. Hand-bound monograph with matching overlay.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1983. A FINE COPY, hand bound monograph in custom papers with a Patapar overlay. "That of a Million hardly three, Were ever ordained for Alchymy" - Thomas Norton. First published in London, 1714. Edited by W.W. Westcott. Limited Edition, hand numbered, and signed by the publisher of.....
Holmes Publishing Group, 1997. Hand-bound monograph with parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. Preface by S.L. MacGregor Mathers. An excellent source for Westcott's Kabbalistic philosophy drawn from letters and lectures. Edited by Darcy Kuntz. Golden Dawn Studies series 16.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1992. A FINE COPY, bound in custom wraps with parchment overlay. With two rare illustrations, including a most scurrilous anti-Rosicrucian broadside. In hand-bound custom monograph.
Holmes Publishing Group, 1983. A FINE COPY, hand bound monograph in custom papers with a Patapar overlay. First published in 1895, this historical essay reflects many of the Golden Dawn ideas relating to Alchemy, and its place in the Mystery and Magical Traditions. Illustrated. Bound in linen. Limited to 22.....