New York Samuel Weiser, 1976. A FINE CLOTH COPY in very good dust jacket. Illustration. Frater Albertus [Albert Riedel] was the founder of the Paracelsus Research Society in Salt Lake City, which later became better known as the Paracelsus College.124 pages. Royal octavo.
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Salt Lake City: Paracelsus Research Society, 1976. FIRST EDITION, limited 500 copies of which this is hand written number 265. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME in complete illustrated dust jacket with light rubbing along the jacket spine. 167 pages. Tall 8vo. Always scarce, a most difficult find.
Alif Publishing, 1967. In wraps; Very Good or better volume. 215 pages.
Lichtenstein: Interlibrium Vaduz, 1985. In tall custom wraps as issued; A FINE COPY. The first one hundred seventy four listings are dedicated to alchemy, and the complete catalogue has 658 listings. 627 illustrations and facsimiles. 364 pages, indexed. Small 4to.
Lichtenstein: Interlibrum Vaduz, 1975. In tall wraps as issued; A VERY GOOD COPY with splendid illustrations. From the Interlibrum's Catalogues 261 & 262. 351 annotated listings. Small 4to.
Lichtenstein: Interlibrum Vaduz, 1975. In tall wraps as issued; Very Good or better copy with splendid illustrations. Taken from Catalogues 261 & 262. 351 annotated listings. Small 4to.
Munich: Theion Publishing, 2015. Limited to 900 copies only. A FINE PREMIUM CLOTH COPY with embossed vignettes on front and rear panels, headbands, and Smythe-sewn. Klages was a driving force in a notorious Cosmic Circle of German mystics. Masterfully expounding his vision of daemonic Life in disciplines as diverse as.....
imited to only 80 hand-numbered copies of which five were retained for private distribution. A FINE COPY, hand-bound in full Kosmic blue pebbled calf with silvered symbolic front panel, and rear panel blind stamped with custom end papers, ribbon marker, and hand-numbered at the colophon .Include a Silver talismanic pendant.....
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.
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. Kathleen Mansfield Murry (née Beauchamp, 1888-1923), who wrote under the pen name of Katherine Mansfield, died at the young age of 34 from tuberculosis. Royal Octavo. 466 pages.
New York: Macmillan, 1994. FINE CLOTH COPY in fine dust jacket. Illustrated. [xiv], 289 pages. Small 4to.
Photocopy of the London edition of 1973. A FINE CLEAN COPY. Pseudonym of Andrew Standish, who claimed to be the bastard, of Aleister Crowley. 67 pages. A novelty, but quite interesting.
Cincinnati University Press, 1961. FIRST EDITION, signed. Illustrated boards; VERY GOOD+ copy, signed by Van Meter Ames on front free end paper.
NY: Horizon Press, 1969. A VERY GOOD+ CLOTH SET in slightly 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. Tall octavos.
New York: Samuel Weiser, 1991. In quality paper; Very Good. Dedicated to Jane Heap. 212 pages. Octavo.
London: Arkana Book, 1991. In wraps; Fine, unread copy. 212 pages. Dedicated to Jane Heap. Octavo.
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.
New York: Viking, 1979. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth copy in dust jacket. Kum-nye illustrations by Adele Aldridge. 230 pages with index. Octavo.
Edinburgh: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 1984. Limited to 250 numbered copies. Hand-bound in full faux leather; A FINE COPY. Signed by Adam McLean who wrote the introduction. With an Appendix titled:: "The Parabola of Hinricus Madathanus Theosophus." With the text of the 1690 Foxcroft translation, revised and modernized, by Deirdre.....
Tokyo: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai (The Society for International Cultural Relations), (August 1934). FIRST EDITION. In custom French-fold wraps as issued; A VERY GOOD+ COPY. Small 8vo. Listings for history, religion, literature, arts, and crafts.