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  • Psychical  Research and the Resurrection by James Hyslop

    Psychical  Research and the Resurrection by James Hyslop, published in 1908. Sections Include: Psychical Research and Coincidences, Visions of the Dying, The Smead Case, Some Features in Mediumistic Phenomena, Telepathy, The Nature of Life After Death, etc. etc. Hardcover with bright gilt lettering on covers. Old Masonic research library stamps.

  • Illusions: A Psychological Study by James Sully

    Illusions: A Psychological Study by James Sully, published in 1884. The author was the founder of the exprimental psychology laboratory at University College in London. Text printed in two columns taken from Humbolts Library Series, Hardcover with old library stamps. Uncommon.

  • The Scientific Basis of Spiritualism by Epes Sargent

    The Scientific Basis of Spiritualism by Epes Sargent, published in 1887. Sections Include: Clairvoyance, Clairvoyance a Spiritual Faculty, Phenomenal Proofs, The Spirit Body, Proofs From Induced Somnambulism, Discrete Mental States, The Unseen World a Reality, etc. Hardcover with shelfwear to corners and ends. Old Masonic research library stamps and marks.

  • rism, Spiritualism, &c. Historically & Scientifically Considered by William B. Carpenter

    Mesmerism, Spiritualism, &c. Historically & Scientifically Considered by William B. Carpenter, published in 1877. Sections Include: Mesmerism, Odylism, Von Reichenbach’s Doctrine, Explanation of Odylic Phenomena Afforded by Mr. Braid’s Experiments, Electro-Biology, Pendule Explorateur, Divining Rod, Thought Reading, Table Turning and Table Talking, Magic and Demoniacal Agency at the Christian Era, etc. etc. Hardcover with light shelfwear to corners and ends. Old Masonic research library marks and stamps.

  • Modern Spiritualism by Frank Podmore

    Modern Spiritualism by Frank Podmore, published in 1902. Two Volume Set. Sections Include: Table Turning and Table Talking, The Incubation Period, Physical Mediumship, Materialization, Spirit Photographs, Clairvoyance and Trance Speaking, Dream Consciousness, Possession and Witchcraft, On Poltergeists, The Sympathetic System, Clairvoyance and Speaking with Tongues, etc. etc. Hardcover with bright gilt lettering. Old Masonic library stamps and marks, else very good.

  • On Miracles and Modern Spiritualism by Alfred Wallace

    On Miracles and Modern Spiritualism by Alfred Wallace, published in 1875. Sections Include: Od-Force, Animal Magnetism, and Clairvoyance, The Evidence and Reality of Apparitions, The Theory of Spiritualism, etc. etc. Hardcover with old Masonic Library stamps. Light shelfwear.

  • The History of Magic: Including A Clear and Precise Exposition of it’s Procedure, It’s Rites and It’s 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 and spine lettering faded, else good.

  • Coalescence

    Esoteric and Philosophical Musings of a Gyrovague

    By Tau Palamas 

    Coalescence is the amalgamation of a set of recondite and metaphysical teachings and artworks of PALAMAS XVI° which comprise the fundamentals of a precise instrument of the Voudon+Gnostic OTOA-LCN called the Ordo Gyrovagus. Grounded in a humanistic, mystical, and living philosophy–and exploring the very heart and soul of esotericism–Coalescence picks up where Syzygy left off: developing the inner life and practice of the gyrovague; opening a clear path of personal Masonic integration; exploring the nature of aesthetic mysticism; and providing a set of initiatory rituals as vehicles for expansion.

    Duly and truly prepared, with a sharpened intelligence which can link scenes, colors, shapes, and forms immediately to a world of correspondences (which suggest the underlying fundamental unity of being), the initiate makes meaning of the phantasmagoria—which, in turn, causes changes to the fluidic and malleable substance of the dreamscape itself. Then, with the audacity and authority of an ancient magus, the initiate wields the true sword of every student of the mysteries: the sovereign will. Suddenly, within what was once a surrealistic landscape with chaotic portents and confusing bits of data strewn about in a gravity- less atmosphere, there appears a dimension worthy of exploration, a state of being with secrets, information, and lessons to be learned, and beings to interact and travel further with. Such is the lifting of the veil…

    ~PALAMAS 

    Limited to 100 Regular Edition copies

    Printed on a fine paper with a laid pattern reminiscent of the paper used in Europe in the 12th-19th centuries. Sewn by hand through the fold giving the book strength and durability while allowing the book to open elegantly & rounded and backed by hand in the traditional manner. Silk moire end sheets, and the cover is a fine book cloth adorned with gold stamping with artwork from the author. Profusely illustrated throughout with an additional three fold out color plates. 

    10 Deluxe Editions – SOLD OUT

    Deluxe Editions are published in polished calf with a bookmark ribbon and an author signed bookplate. 

  • The Sacred Book of Death Hindu Spiritism Soul Transition and Soul Reincarnation by L.W. de Laurence

    The Sacred Book of Death Hindu Spiritism Soul Transition and Soul Reincarnation by L.W. de Laurence, published in 1944. An early work by the occult publisher L.W. De Laurence. Gilt decorated boards depicting a Magician and Magic Square in gold on covers Sections Include: The Link or Perispirit, Hindu Spiritualism, Soul and Body, Dreams, Death Trances, Benevolent Spirits, Casting out Evil Spirits, Evil Passions, Sacred Magic, Instructions for the Invocations and Convocations of Spirits, etc. Hardcover with light shelfwear.

  •  The Middle Pillar by Israel Regardie

    The Middle Pillar by Israel Regardie, published in 1970. A Co-relation of the Principles of Analytical Psychology and the Elementary Techniques of Magic. Hardcover with great illustrated boards. Hardcover with original jacket with only the very lightest shelfwear.

  • The Magic of the Middle Ages by Viktor Rydberg

    The Magic of the Middle Ages by Viktor Rydberg, published in 1879. Sections Include: The Cosmic Philosophy of the Middle Ages, The Magic of the Church, The Magic of the Learned, etc. etc. Hardcover in a beautiful gilt decorated cover with a gilt hoofed foot of a goat over a six pointed star. Shelfwear to corners and ends.

  • The Key of Solomon the King (Clavicula Salomonis) translated by S. Liddell MacGregor Mathers

    The Key of Solomon the King (Clavicula Salomonis) Translated and Edited from Manuscripts in the British Museum by S. Liddell MacGregor Mathers with a Foreword by R. A. Gilbert, published in 2000. Hardcover with original jacket with light shelfwear and very light soiling to jacket.