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M221C. Whitfield, R, New Age Electronics Catalogue, privately published stapled 8vo pbk. no date (c.1990s), 26pp, with 1pp supplement and a coloured photograph  of pieces of equipment loosely inserted; devices for psychic awareness, self improvement, mind power, etc; a few trivial marks to covers, near fine £2.50

M225H. Wilson, Onslow H (editor), L’Initiation, 2000, 2nd English edition, the Germe 2003, 8vo, stapled card wraps printed in red and black, 70pp; a compilation of Martinist documents by the editor, Serge Hutin, Papus (Gerard Encausse) and many others, subjects include spiritual purification, alchemy, and German Rosicrucianism; small brown spot to front cover, some faint soil marks to covers, faint crease to top corner of rear cover, internally clean and tight; volume 3, number 2 of this very scarce quarterly publication, a near very good and internally far better copy £15

MAA229A. Wiseman, S, Writing Metamorphosis in the English Renaissance 1550-1700, 1st edition, Cambridge University Press 2014,  8vo, black cloth with gilt titles to spine, 10 + 245pp including index, with a few photographic illustrations in the text; a scholarly study of animal transformations and mythical creatures in Renaissance literature set against the backdrop of Ovid’s Metamorphosis; fine in near fine (light crease to lower corner of front panel, trivial rubbing to top edge of front panel) d/w £30

MAA229AA. Wodening, S, Hammer of the Gods, 2nd edition, privately published 2008, 5 + 261pp including index; a study of Anglo-Saxon paganism in modern times; a couple of trivial faint marks to covers, internally clean and tight, near fine £10

M0230A. Wye, C, Concept of Reform, 1st and only edition, privately published 1959, 8vo, stapled blue card wraps printed in red and black, 66pp; A collection of the author’s six essays on humanitarian philosophy, ethics, spiritual values, and organic science that had first appeared in various obscure periodicals between 1957 and 1958. Very slight fading to top and bottom inch of the front cover, lower corner lightly bumped,  slight curl to upper corner of text block, staples rusting leaving rust marks to inner margins in places, the odd minor spot here and there, text clean and tight, overall, a near very good copy of a very scarce item £15

M230A. Yates, F, Shakespeare’s Last Plays: A New Appraisal, 1st edition, R.K.P 1975, 8vo, blue cloth with silver titles to spine, 12 + 140pp including index + 8 plates. A scholarly study, with particular reference to Cymbeline, Henry VIII, and The Tempest; their symbolism investigated from the viewpoint of Tudor mythology, religious tolerance, and Renaissance magic. A couple of trivial marks to edges of text block, a near fine copy of this uncommon title in like d/w £18

M230C. (Yeats, W.B), Harper, G.M, Yeats’s Golden Dawn, 1st edition, Macmillan 1974, 8vo, black cloth with gilt titles to spine, 10 + 322pp including index, a well respected scholarly study of Yeats’s association with the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, one primarily based on previously unpublished manuscripts from Yeats’s own library. The appendices, which form over one third of the text, contain a valuable series of Golden Dawn documents, including the text of Yeats’s privately printed papers. Upper corners bumped and creased, very slight rubbing to spine ends, slight soiling to top edge of text block otherwise internally and externally clean and tight. A very good and internally better copy of the increasingly uncommon first issue in very good + (trivial faint shelf rubbing in places, price clipped) d/w £40

M235. Zukav, G, The Dancing Wu Li Masters, 1979, Rider 8vo pbk 2011, 352pp including index, with diagrams and tables within the text; an overview of new scientific discoveries in the world of physics, explained from a philosophical standpoint. Minor rubbing to edges of covers, minor spots to edges of text block otherwise internally and externally clean and tight, very good + £2.50

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