London: Thames & Hudson, 1978. FIRST EDITION. A Very Good+ cloth copy in dust jacket. 4to. 208 pages. With 169 Twenty color plates, two maps; 199 illustrations overall.
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Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1961. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth volume without marking or defect. Good reference work on the Irish poet and mystic, the friend of Yeats, and many other members of the Golden Dawn. Foreword by Padraic Colum. Twelve illustrations. 255 pages. Octavo.
Novato: Prophecy Pressworks, 1973. FIRST EDITION. Small custom monograph printed on colored paper with illustrations. A FINE COPY. Aflaki was a disciple of the grandson of Rumi and this small work is excerpted from a 14th century work. Considered by some to be the work of Rodney Collin. 12mo.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1980. FIRST EDITION. A FINE cloth copy in dust jacket. The Ahmadiyya movement was formed in 1889, and sought a return to the putrity of Islam. [xvi], 328 pages. Octavo.
Berkeley & London: Diwan Press, 1974. FIRST EDITION. A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH COPY issued without jacket. Gilt Islamic device on front panel. 81 pages, plus book list. Octavo.
New York: Philosophical Library, 1949. FIRST EDITION. Very good, tight cloth volume in chipped dust jacket. 291 pages, indexed. Introduction by Dr. Walter Muelder. One of the first comprehensive writings on the life of Christ from a Hindu perspective. Small octavo.
NY: Inner Traditions, 1982. In quality wraps with colored calligraphic and illuminated panel; A FINE COPY. Tenth century Sufi classic translated into English for the first time. 121 pages. Octavo.
Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1977. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth volume in fine dust jacket. 210 pages with index. "On September 19, 1836, Ralph Waldo Emerson and some of his friends gathered at the home of George Ripley for an evening of serious conversation. In addition to Emerson and Ripley, this.....
Alif Publishing, 1967. In wraps; Very Good or better volume. 215 pages.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989. FIRST EDITION. FINE premium archival cloth copy in fine dust jacket. Includes an excellent bibliography of works cited. 317 pages with index. Tall octavo.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994. FIRST EDITION. A FINE PREMIUM CLOTH VOLUME in fine dust jacket. Chapters are "Ficino's Commentary on the 8th Book of the Republic"; "Figured Numbers and the Fatal Number"; "Eugenics, the Habitus, and the Spirit"; and "Jupiter, the Stars, and the Golden Age", plus the.....
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH COPY in fine dust jacket. Continuation of Allen's excellent work on the Renaissance Platonists. 284 pages with index. Tall octavo.
Blauvelt, NY: SteinerBooks, 1978. FIRST EDITION. Quality trade paper edition; A FINE COPY. Illustrated. Excellent biography of one the lights of Russian orthodoxy in the early 20th century. 449 pages. Octavo.
Blauvelt, NY: Spiritual Science Library, 1981. A FINE CLOTH COPY. Well illustrated particularly with Behmenist images. 644 pages, [ii]. Tall 4to.
Temenos Academy, 2009. In premium wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. Partial contents: Carey's "Ideal Kingship in Early Ireland'; Lindop's "The Wheel-Turning Monarch: An Ideal of Kingship in Early Buddhism"; Milne's "Shakespeare and Divine Kingship"; and Kathleen Raine's "Monarchy and the Imagination". Temenos Academy Papers 18. 122 pages. Tall octavo.....
New York: Viking Press, 1980. FIRST EDITION. Very Good+ copy in dust jacket. Royal Octavo. 466 pages.
Cincinnati University Press, 1961. FIRST EDITION, signed. Illustrated boards; VERY GOOD+ copy, signed by Van Meter Ames on front free end paper.
London: W.H. Allen & Co., 1881. FIRST EDITION. Top of spine shows edge chipping; internal bright and free of marking; binding firm; custom end papers; A VERY GOOD CLOTH COPY with lined, decorated title panel. 158 pages. 8vo.
NY: Horizon Press, 1969. A VERY GOOD+ three volume cloth set in used dust jackets. Anderson was among the group known as The Rope which was "tutored" by Gurdjieff in the Paris of the 1930's. A stimulating and wonderfully opinionated woman: an excellent read! See Patterson's "Ladies of the Rope".....
London: Arkana Book, 1991. In wraps; Fine, unread copy. 212 pages. Dedicated to Jane Heap.
New York: Samuel Weiser, 1977. In quality trade wraps; FINE COPY with slightly faded spine, but an unread copy. 212 pages. 8vo.
New York: Hermitage House, 1953. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. VERY GOOD CLOTH VOLUME. 383 pages. Anderson's review that presented a new literature after World War I with the first appearance of Joyce and others. It was at the time that Anderson and others began a close association with Gurdjieff.
Philadelphia: Temple University, 1963. FIRST EDITION. VERY GOOD+ or better in dust jacket. Brings light to the work and relationships of K.S. Guthrie, Alexander Wilder, Hiram Jones and Thomas Johnson in the America of the mid-19th century, and the influence of Thomas Taylor on each. Octavo.
New York: Viking, 1979. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth copy in dust jacket. Kum-nye illustrations by Adele Aldridge. 230 pages with index. Octavo.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1916. FIRST EDITION. Bookplate; A FINE CLOTH COPY. Frontispiece of Andrae under tissue. Translated from the Latin, with historical introduction, by Felix Emil Held. [xi], 287 pages, indexed. Octavo.