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M15D. Bayley, H, New Light on the Renaissance, 1st edition, J.M Dent 1909, large 8vo, blue-green cloth with gilt illustrations to spine and front board, gilt titles to spine, fore and lower edges uncut, 8 + 270pp including index + advertisement leaf, with many illustrations in the text, some full page, title page rubricated. An interesting and original study of certain aspects of esoteric tradition contained in paper watermarks, including emblems relating to religion, the Kabbalah, and alchemy, all of which the author sees as a secret transmission of the Renaissance mysteries originating with the Albigenses. Spine lettering a little dulled, faint browning to end papers, old book plate to front paste-down, a couple of trivial spots to half title, contents otherwise clean and tight. A very good copy of the uncommon original issue £40

M0017C, Bennett, J.G, The Sevenfold Work, 1st edition, Coombe Springs 8vo pbk. 1979, 156pp.  An informative guide to the ‘sevenfold’ work of the Fourth Way system derived from Gurdjieff. Some very occasional neat pencil annotation, intelligent in content and by a serious student of the Fourth Way, otherwise a near fine copy of this uncommon title £10

M19. Bhalla, P.S, Personal Problems: Causes and Solutions, 1st edition, Body/Mind Centre1996, 8vo, black cloth, 304pp. An unusual self-help book based on traditional Indian mysticism and philosophy. Trivial soil mark to outer margin of one leaf. Very good + in like (a few trivial marks, light creasing to top edge) d/w £6

M20. Blaine, D, Mysterious Stranger: A Book of Magic, 1 st edition, Channel 4 Books 2002, small 4to, black cloth, 10 + 214pp, illustrations in text, some in colour. The career of David Blaine, TV conjurer and sleight of hand artist who has also performed many feats of mind over matter. Near fine in like d/w £3.50

M19C. Blum, R, and Associates, Utopiates, 1964, 1st  U.K edition, Tavistock Publications 1965, 8vo, brown cloth, 16 + 303pp including index. An early popular survey of the uses and users of LSD25. Contributors include Timothy Leary, Ralph Metzner, and Richard Alpert. Edge of text block slightly soiled in places, contents clean and tight. Very good + in very good – (rear panel a little browned and soiled, spine panel slightly faded) d/w £10

M21AA. Bord, J & C, Atlas of Magical Britain, Guild 1990, small 4to, green cloth, 192pp, numerous illustrations, many in colour. A useful guide to sites in Britain that are connected to folklore, the supernatural, magic, and witchcraft. Near fine in like (very slight creasing to top of spine portion) d/w £2.50

M23BB. Brogan, S.R, Heathen Warrior, 1st printed edition, Midgard Books 8vo pbk. 2015, 6 + 178pp, with diagrams in the text. An exploration into the warrior ethos within the northern occult tradition. Near mint £8

M23BB. Brooksmith, P (editor), Cult and Occult, 1985, Guild Publishing 1988, large 4to, black cloth, 240pp including index, illustrated throughout (many in colour), introduction by Francis King. A beginner’s overview to the occult, part of the Unexplained File series. Light edge rubbing to cloth. Minor spots to end papers and edge of text block, contents otherwise clean and tight. Very good in very good – (rubbed with a few minor marks, some light edge-wear) d/w £2

M23D. Brunton, P, A Search in Secret India, 1934, 1st edition, 5th imp. Rider, no date (c. late 1930s), 8vo, purple cloth with gilt titles to spine, 312pp + 16pp plates, with a foreword by Francis Younghusband. A classic first hand study of India's holy men and magicians in the early 20th century. Cloth rather marked and soiled, spine darkened and nicked at lower joint, minor soiling to edges of text block, contents clean and tight. A good, approaching good + copy overall £5

M23E. Brunton, P, The Wisdom of the Overself, 1943, 7th imp., Rider, no date (c. late 1940s), 8vo, taupe cloth with purple titles to spine, 276pp including index. A study of the mystical background to Indian Yogic practices. Edges of text block a little darkened, off-setting to end papers, neat underlining to one sentence in ink, contents otherwise clean and tight. Upper corner clipped from front end paper, otherwise a very good copy in just about good (lightly soiled, some edge-wear and chipping, sizeable chip to foot of front panel with some loss of text) d/w £8

M26AA. Burland, C.A, The Gods of Mexico, 1 st edition, Eyre & Spottiswoode 1967, large 8vo, red cloth, 14 + 219pp including index + 8pp plates, one full page map. A comprehensive study of the religions of the Aztecs, Maya, and Olmecs. Spine very slightly faded, with crease at foot, edge of text block spotted, some occasional light foxing, mainly just to outer margins. V.good - £6

M26C. Butler, E.M, The Myth of the Magus, 1948, C.U.P 8vo pbk. 1979, 12 + 282pp including index + a frontispiece and 10 plates (on ordinary paper). The origin and development of the figure of magus amongst magical practitioners of renown, including accounts of Zoroaster, Solomon, Simon Magus, Cyprian, Faust, and many others, concluding with Koot Hoomi and Rasputin. Small label removal mark to foot of spine, crease to top of rear cover which is also a little browned, minor spotting and small ownership signature to half title, contents otherwise clean and tight. Very good - £6

 

 

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