Freemasonry

  • The Triple Tau: An Outline of the History of the Supreme Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Scotland by George S. Draffen

    The Triple Tau: An Outline of the History of the Supreme Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Scotland by George S. Draffen, published in 1955. A rather obscure booklet, limited edition. Bound in booklet format in Mellotex paper with light foxing.


  • The Facts Stated. Hon. Thurlow Weed on the Morgan Abduction

    The Facts Stated. Hon. Thurlow Weed on the Morgan Abduction. A Docutment for the People, published in 1882. An obscure 13 page booklet issued by the National Christian Association. Softcover, paper covers have shelfwear and light soiling with shelfwear and chipping. Would recommend careful handling due to the rarity of the item.


  • Masonic Ritual Described, Compared and Explained by W. Bro. J. Walter Hobbs

    Masonic Ritual Described, Compared and Explained by W. Bro. J. Walter Hobbs, published in 1923. Sections Include: Object and Function of Ritual in Masonry, Growth and Development of Ritual, Authority of Workings Now Current, Anomalies and Peculiarities Explained, Masonic Instruction in General, Lodges and Methods of Instruction, Consideration of the Question of An Authorized Uniform Ritual, etc. etc. Hardcover with light shelfwear only.


  • Sir Isaac Newton’s Two Treatises of the Quadrature of Curves and Analysis by Equations of an Infinite Number of Terms by John Stewart

    Sir Isaac Newton’s Two Treatises of the Quadrature of Curves and Analysis by Equations of an Infinite Number of Terms by John Stewart, published in 1745. Containing the treatises themselves, translated into English with a large commentary, etc. Bound hardback in beauiful marbled paper and quarter leather calf spine. Shelfwear and light cracking to spine but binding is tight and strong. A very early and rare mathematical treatise.


  • Knight Templars Tactics and Drill for the Use of Commanderies and the Burial Service of the Orders of Masonic Knighthood prepared by Sir Orrin Welch

    Knight Templars Tactics and Drill for the Use of Commanderies and the Burial Service of the Orders of Masonic Knighthood prepared by Sir Orrin Welch, published in 1876. Bound hardcover with decorative embossed boards. Shelfwear to corners and ends.


  • An Examination of the Masonic Ritual by Maj. Meredith Sanderson

    An Examination of the Masonic Ritual by Maj. Meredith Sanderson, published in 1923. Sections Include: A Note on Masonic Origins, Preparation, The Ceremony of Initiation, The Lecture, Opening the Lodge on the First Degree, Second Degree The Fellow Craftsman, Third Degree The Master Mason, The Second Tracing Board, etc. etc. etc. From the private library of historian and author C.A. Cuthbert Keeson with his bookplate. Extremely uncommon. Hardcover with very light shelfwear only.


  • Readings XXXII by Albert Pike

    Readings XXXII by Albert Pike. Authored and published Anonymously undated circa 1880. Sections Include: The Words Kadosh and Hierodom, The Templar Dogma, The De Iside Et Osiride of Plutarch, Of Ineffable Words, Pythagoras His Life and Doctrine, Hermes, The Royal Secret, The Symbolic Camp, etc. Hardcover in black with bright gilt lettering on cover. Light shelfwear to corners and ends.


  • Antiquity of the Holy Royal Arch: The Supreme Degree in Freemasonry by F. De P. Castells

    Antiquity of the Holy Royal Arch: The Supreme Degree in Freemasonry by F. De P. Castells, published in 1927. Sections Include: The Elements of the Royal Arch, A Question of Men and Dates, Speculative Freemasonry, Kabbalism, Our Connection with the Kabbalists, The Hebraic Element, The Geometry of the Royal Arch, The Astronomy of the Royal Arch, The Antiquity of the Royal Arch, The Mystery of Aleph, Beth, Lamed, the Mystery of the J.B.O., The Internal Evidence, Degeneracy, R.A. Mysticism, etc. etc. Ownership stamp of Orval Graves on title page and top of chapter one. Hardcover with light shelfwear to corners and ends.


  • Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Its Kindred Sciences Comprising the Whole Range of Arts, Sciences and Literature as Connected with the Institution

    Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Its Kindred Sciences comprising The Whole Range of Arts, Sciences and Literature as Connected with the Institution by Albert Mackey, published in 1917. Illustrated. 1944 pages in length. Contains sections on hundreds of occult and masonic subjects including: Knight Templars, Landmarks, Magic, Magnetic Masonry, Origin of Freemasonry, Royal Alch Masonry, Hermetic Art, etc. etc. Hardcover with light shelfwear only. Previous owners name inside cover.


  • LIBER B VEL MAGIC SVB FIGVRA I

    Aleister Crowley lecture booklet containing: Liber B Vel Magi, Liber Israfel, Liber Stellae Rubeae, etc. Softcover in stiff paper covers with light shelfwear and light soiling. 20 pages in length.


  • The Secret Rituals of the Golden Dawn

    The Secret Rituals of the Golden Dawn by R.G. Torrens, published in 1973. A beautiful copy of this work on the rituals, practices and symbols of some of the most guarded secret degree’s of the Golden Dawn system. Sections Include: The History of the Golden Dawn, The Holy Qabalah, The Ten Sephiroth, The Grade of Neophyte, The Zelator Ritual, Theoreticus Ritual, Members and Their Mottoes, etc. etc. Hardback with original pictoral jacket with some chipping to ends but in protective mylar.


  • The Rosicrucians and Magister Christoph Schlegel Hermetic Roots of America

    The Rosicrucians and Magister Christoph Schlegel: Hermetic Roots of America by Manly P. Hall, published in 1986. Sections Include: German Foundation, The Rosicrucian Manifestoes, Rosicrucian Landmarks in the Seventeenth Through Nineteenth Centuries, Esoteric Foundations in England, etc. etc. Bound hardcover with original pictoral jacket near fine.