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M25GI. Burckhardt, T, An Introduction to Sufi Doctrine, 1st edition, SH. Muhammad Ashraf 1976, 8vo, light grey papered boards printed in black, 12 + 155pp, translated by D.M Matherson; a sound introduction to the nature and doctrines of Sufism; ex lib, pronounced lean to spine with blacked at file number at foot, remains of labels to front end papers, black ink doodle to top corner of dedication leaf, blacked out stamp to one top margin, some soiling to prelims, lacks title page but still a fair, complete, textually clean and solid reading copy of the uncommon first issue in good (some wear to edges, a few minor marks, tape mark and closed tear to front inner flap) d/w £3.50

M035AC. Charpentier, L, The Mysteries of Chartres Cathedral, 1972, 1 st English edition, 3 rd printing, R.I.L.K.O 8vo pbk. 1980, 192pp, diagrams in text + 16pp plates. An interesting study of the esoteric symbolism, cosmic proportion, and sacred geometry present in Chatres cathedral. Covers a little marked and edge worn with a couple of light creases to front cover. A couple of page corners previously turned. V.good - £8

M035AAA. Choucha, N, Surrealism and the Occult, 1st edition, Mandrake 8vo pbk. 1991, 138pp including index, with 16pp plates included in the pagination. A sound concise study. Includes material on Austin Osman Spare, Max Ernst, etc. Some light edge-wear to covers, light crease to lower corner of front cover, contents clean and tight. Very good £3.50

M35AB. Chu, C.K, The Book of Nei Kung, 1986, 1st edition, 3rd printing Sunflower Press 2007, landscape 4to, spiral bound with pictorial card covers, 73pp, with photographs in the text; martial arts training for health and fitness; small crease to top of rear cover near spine otherwise fine £8

M035AB. Chuen, Master L.K, Chi Kung: Way of Power, 1st edition, Gaia Books 8vo pbk. 2003, reprinted, 160pp, illustrated throughout in colour; martial arts techniques for improving creativity, health, and strength; original seller’s labels to rear cover otherwise a very near fine copy £6

M35DDE. Clydesdale, R, Secret Wisdom, 1st edition thus, Arcturus 2009, 4to, pictorial French folded wraps, 208pp including index, with a frontispiece and many illustrations in the text. A popular account of occult societies and arcane knowledge through the ages, spanning from the ancient mystery schools to the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Near mint £2.50

M35DEF. Cohen, D, Ceremonial Magic, 1st edition, Four Winds Press 1979, reprinted, 8vo, quarter black cloth over green papered boards with gilt Baphomet design to front board and orange titles to spine, 4 + 152pp including index, with photographs and other illustrations in the text; the history and practice of ceremonial magic from ancient times through to the late 20th century. Faint mark to front board, slight creasing to foot of spine, top edge of text block dusty, a couple of trivial marks to front end paper otherwise internally clean and tight, very good + in very good (slightly shelf rubbed with a few minor marks, price clipped) d/w £40

M36AA. (Cornwallis, J), Fragments of Writings on Various Subjects, by Jemima, Countess of Saint Germans, 1st and only edition, W. Clowes & Sons 1858, Cr8vo, lavender blue cloth with gilt titles and small gilt decoration to spine, blind tooled borders to boards, all edges gilt, 280pp,with a couple of illustrations in the text, one full page, errata slip tipped in. The author was the wife of Edward Granvillle Eliot, the 3rd earl of Saint Germans, and her writings were never formally published, but this, clearly a printed version of her ‘commonplace book’ was commissioned as a ‘memento mori’ for family members following her death in 1856. This copy bears a memorial inscription from her husband in ink, and the pencil signature of her son H (Henry) Eliot, to the front end paper. Certainly an ‘occult’ book’ in the literal since of the word, and the contents are a mixture of the spiritual (with much on early Christianity, theology, and early church history), and the secular (including grammar, logic, travel and art). Covers a little soiled and marked in places, joints, spine ends and corners lightly rubbed, internally tight and very clean, a near very good copy of a very rare item, not recorded on Worldcat £75

M37. Cozort, D, Highest Yoga Tantra, 1st edition, Snow Lion Publications 8vo pbk. 1986, reprinted, 195pp including index; a presentation of the highest degrees of Tibetan tantra based upon original texts; fine £6

M038A. Crow, W.B, A History of Magic, Witchcraft and Occultism, 1968, 1st pbk. Edition, Abacus 1972, 8vo, 320pp including index; a fairly comprehensive overview; corners lightly bumped, a little minor soiling to covers, gift inscription to foot of pre-title leaf, edges of text block spotted, margins lightly tanned and spotted, light staining to top of index pages otherwise text clean and tight, a good solid copy £2

M39X (Crowley, A), Various, Aleister Crowley, the Golden Dawn and Buddhism: Reminiscences and Writings of Gerald Yorke, 1st edition, Teitan Press 2011, 8vo, black cloth with gilt titles to spine and gilt design to front board, 86 + 258 pp including index + 16pp plates, edition limited to  1023 copies, this being number 524 of  930 standard cloth bound copies; a comprehensive collection of Yorke’s writings, together with contributions by Keith Richmond, David Tibet, Timothy D’Arch Smith, and a bibliography of Crowley’s works by Clive Harper. Faint crease mark to tail of spine otherwise a fine copy of this uncommon and out of print title in near fine (some very slight creasing to edges) d/w £35

M39Y. (Crowley, A), Cole, R.T, A Postcard from Hell: Revised Materials Towards a Cartoon History of the Life, Loves & Legacy of Aleister Crowley, 1st edition, Orange Tree Books 2009, 4to, printed black hard covers, 104pp, illustrated in colour throughout, number 146 of a limited edition of 156 copies, with postcard (from hell) signed and dedicated to previous owner by the author with the limitation loosely inserted; together with another postcard advertising another of the author’s works; an entertaining collection of postcards by, from, or relating to Aleister Crowley, issued with: From Crowley with Love, 1st edition, Orange Tree Books 2009,  large 4to, stapled printed gloss wraps, 30pp of reproductions of F.B.I. files on the Great Beast; with a minor crease mark to the top of the upper joint on the hardcover volume otherwise both items very near fine; a fairly scarce set £85

M39ZZ. (Crowley, A), Cole, R.T, Liber L. = vel Bogus (The Real Confession of Aleister Crowley) Sub Figura LXXX, 1st edition, first issue, privately published & distributed 2014, 8vo, printed laminated boards, 246pp + advertisement leaf, with facsimile documents and other illustrations within the text, edited by Sadie Sparkes, number 101 of a hand numbered limited edition of 111 copies only, with bookmark and postcard signed by the author stating the limitation loosely inserted as issued, together with another advertising postcard. Cole’s ‘expose’ of Crowley as a raging psychopath that consciously invented the Book of the Law raises some interesting points, but has been rightly criticised for its very selective use of the evidence he presents. Long out of print in this, the only hard cover issue, very slight rippling to lower part of front paste-down (clearly a small manufacturing fault), a very near fine copy in like (a couple of tiny trivial nicks without loss to ends of spine folds) d/w of what is now an increasingly scarce book £90

M40X. Crowley, Amado, The Wrath of Aleister Crowley, 1st edition, Diamond 8vo pbk. 1994, 4 + 4 + 168pp.  The last in a trilogy of books detailing personal reminiscences of the teachings of the author’s alleged famous father, Aleister Crowley. A few minor marks to covers, corners lightly bumped, internally clean and tight. Near very good £3.50

M0041. Cummins, A, The Book of the Magi, 1st edition, Revelore 8vo pbk 2018, 117pp, with a couple of diagrams in the text and 3 related coloured postcards from the publisher loosely inserted; the lore, prayers and spell-craft of the three holy kings. Crease to lower corner of front cover otherwise a near fine clean copy £12






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