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M185A. Simcox Lea, T & F. Bligh Bond, The Apostolic Gnosis (part two), 1922, R.I.L.K.O 1985, 8vo, red cloth with gilt titles to spine, 2 + 202pp, with a new foreword by Warren Kenton. The second of the authors’ studies of Biblical symbolism reflected through Greek gematria. Trivial rubbing to corners and spine ends, contents clean and tight. A near fine, fresh copy £18

M186WR. Smart, N, The World’s Religions, 1989, C.U.P small 4to pbk. 1992, 576pp including index, with maps and photographs in the text, many in colour. A comprehensive survey, covering both ancient and modern traditions. Covers lightly rubbed and soiled in places, spine very slightly faded. A hint of cockling to some margins, but contents clean and tight. Good + £2.50

M00186. Smith, M, Studies in Early Eastern Mysticism, One World 8vo pbk. 1995, 8 + 276pp including index. A scholarly study of the rise and development of the mystical elements within Islam, with particular reference to Sufism and the connections with early Christianity. Near fine £5

M194CS. Stirling, W, The Canon: An Exposition of the Pagan Mystery Perpetuated in the Cabala as the Rule of all the Arts,, 1897, Garnstone Press 1974, 8vo, brown pictorial cloth gilt, 16 + 404pp including index, with illustrations in the text. Silk bookmark present as issued. Preface by R.B Cunningham Graham, new foreword to this facsimile edition by John Michell. An excellent study of the relationship between gematria, cabbalistic thought and scared proportion. A book, that on its original publication was far ahead of its time, and now widely acknowledged as a classic, largely due to this, the first reprint. Edge of text block slightly spotted, ownership inscription to front end paper, contents otherwise clean and tight. A very good copy in near very good (a few minor marks, light wear to top edge in places with small closed tear to top of front fold near spine) d/w £45

M194F. Street, J.C, The Hidden Way Across the Threshold, or The Mystery Which Hath Been Hidden for Ages and From Generations, 1887, 3rd edition, Rider 1888, 8vo, blue cloth with gilt titles to spine and front board, 14 + 598pp, with a few diagrams or other illustrations in the text, some full page and a frontispiece. A monumental study loosely based on Theosophical principles, detailing our potential interaction with a dualistic ‘God’ and the universe through metaphysical techniques in order to open the ‘Temple of the Soul’. Corners and top of upper joint a little worn, inner hinges neatly reinforced, end papers lightly browned, ownership signature to front end paper, occasional minor soiling or spotting, mainly to margins, text still very clean overall. A good solid copy of a scarce early issue, generally the earliest now seen £50

M200. Tachibana, S, The Ethics of Buddhism, 1926, Curzon Press 1975, 8vo, green cloth, 16 +288pp incl. index. Near fine in spine sunned d/w £10

M0203. Terhart, F, The Afterlife, Parragon 2010, 4to, printed hard covers, 96pp including index, illustrated in colour throughout. A concise introduction to beliefs in the afterlife in various cultures and traditions, both ancient and modern. Upper corners bumped, otherwise fine £5

 

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