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M205AB. Tierney, P, The Highest Altar: The Story of Human Sacrifice, 1st edition, Bloomsbury 1989, 8vo, red cloth with gilt titles to spine, 14 + 480pp including index, with 4 full page maps + 8pp coloured plates. The origin, practice and continuation of human sacrifice amongst the Andean tribes of South America. Tiny bump to top of front board, minor soiling to edges of text block, internally clean and tight. A very good copy in like (light creasing to edges) d/w £5

M205A. Tompkins, P, The Magic of Obelisks, 1st edition, Harper & Row 1981, reprinted, 4to, blue cloth, 4 + 470pp including index, with many illustrations in the text. Classic historical study of the role of obelisks in religion and esoteric thought. Includes chapters on Egyptian Freemasonry, The Golden Dawn, Rosicrucian thought, witchcraft, etc. Fine in very good (a few minor marks, some minimal edge-wear, vertical crease to front inner flap) d/w £12

M208B. Unexplained (The), Mysteries of Mind, Space and Time, Orbis 1980-3, 4to, 157 issues complete, issues 1- 24 contained in 2 blue publishers' binders, rest loose, stapled as issued. 3120pp + 31pp index, numerous illustrations, many in colour. Edited by Peter Brookesmith. Consultants include Colin Wilson and Brian Inglis. A couple of isues with slight creases to covers, all V.good - to v.good £40

M209. Van Buren, E, Refuge of the Apocalypse: Doorway into other Dimensions, 1st edition, C.W Daniel 1986, 8vo, grey cloth with silver titles to spine, 344pp, with illustrations in the text, some, including the frontispiece,  in colour, errata slip tipped to half title as issued; the text is primarily focussed on the mysteries of Rennes Le Chateau in France. Light staining to cloth, heavier at foot of boards, staining to end papers, and edges of text block, text clean and tight; overall, still a good, approaching good + copy of this uncommon title in like (some light wear to edges, stained in places, particularly on the blank verso) d/w £12

M210. Van Buren, E, Lord of the Flame, 1st edition, Neville Spearman  1981, 8vo, red cloth with gilt titles to spine, 285pp, with illustrations in the text;  the search for evidence of an ‘extra-terrestrial god’ through influence on ancient religion, mythology, and sacred geometry present in ancient monuments such as the Great Pyramid of Egypt. Light rubbing to spine ends, slight spotting to edges of text block, small spot to rear end paper otherwise internally clean and tight, a very good copy of an uncommon work in like ( a little minor soiling, slight creasing at head of spine panel) d/w £18

M0210. Van Buren, E, The Sign of the Dove, 1st edition, Neville Spearman 1983,  purple cloth with gilt titles to spine, 186pp, with a frontispiece, plates and other illustrations in the text. An interesting but speculative study of the concepts of good and evil, with particular reference to dualistic religious traditions and the mystery of Rennes le Chateau in France. Ex lib, lacks front end paper and half title, stamps and file numbers to title page, stamps to a couple of margins, contents otherwise clean and tight. A good reading copy of this uncommon title in good + (some light edge-wear, a little soiled and marked) d/w £10

M0210A. Van Yelr, Prof. R.G, The Whip and the Rod, 1941, 1st edition, 5th printing, Gerald Swan 1957, 8vo, blue cloth with gilt titles to spine and blind titles to front board, 12 + 251pp including index + frontispiece and 7 plates; a study of corporal punishment, both secular and religious. Edges of boards slightly marked, tape marks and some soiling to end papers, trace of label removal to front end paper, faint small ink stamps to front end paper and title page, edges of text block browned, some occasional minor foxing, mainly to margins, text tight and fairly clean overall. Plates very neatly hand coloured by a former owner, which give an additional luridness to the illustrations, slight bleed through (pun intended!) to blank verso’s in a couple of places. Uncommon in the dust wrapper, overall, still a good solid copy in good + (rear panel a little soiled, tape marks to edges of inner flaps, some minor edge-wear, price clipped) d/w £8

M210AB. Various, A Glossary of Tantra, Mantra, and Yantra, 1995, Sri Satguru Publications 8vo pbk. 2013,  105pp. A useful glossary of Hindu tantric terminology. Fine £2.50

M211E. Various, Skoob Occult Review, Issue 3, 1990, A4 format, stapled wraps, 57pp, illustrated. A sought after issue, including an interview with Kenneth Grant, and A Short Critique and Comment Upon Magic by Andrew Chumbley. Also includes The History of the Coulevre Noire by Frater Joseph, The Search for the Guru by Frank Letchford, I was a child disciple of the beast (part 1) by Vivienne Browning, book reviews, and artwork by Robert Taylor. Signed by editor (Caroline Wise). v.good. £15

M211EEE. Various, Skoob Occult Review, Issue 4, 1991, A4 format, stapled wraps, 48pp, illustrated. Includes I Was a Child Disciple of the Beast (part2), Victor Neuberg's The Water Bearer by Caroline Robertson, Graded Grains make Finer Flour by Michael Staley, full colour artwork by Nema and Linda Falorio. Signed by editor (Caroline Wise). V.good £10





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