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M81AA. Glucklitch, A, The End of Magic, 1st edition, O.U.P 8vo pbk. 1997, 10 + 253pp including index. First-hand accounts of magic from Banaras, India’s most scared city, together with considerations on the psychology and philosophy of magic itself. Minor spotting to fore-edge of text block, internally clean and tight and otherwise near fine £10

M83. Goldman, J & A, Chakra Frequencies: Tantra of Sound, 2005, Destiny Books 8vo pbk. 2011, 12 + 194pp including index + advertisement leaf, with a few diagrams in the text and c.d fixed to inside of rear cover as issued. Comprehensive guide to sound frequencies within Tantra from a western perspective. Tiny nick to outer edge of front cover without loss, otherwise fine £6

M87C. Greer, J.M, Circles of Power, 1st edition, 1st printing, Llewellyn 8vo pbk. 1997,  18 + 362pp including index, with diagrams in the text + 4pp publisher’s advertisements. A practical guide to ritual magic in the Western Tradition largely based upon the teachings of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Front corners lightly bumped, edges of text block lightly tanned, internally clean and tight. Very good £12

M0091B. Guita, S de, Le Temple de Satan, 1891, H. Durville 1974, 8vo, printed brown wraps, 573pp, with illustrations in the text + a portrait of the author and many other plates. An exact facsimile of the original French edition of this, the first in the Rosicrucian author’s important and separately published trilogy (Le Serpent de la Genese) of works on Satan and Satanism, much of which is autobiographical and forms a fascinating insight into aspects of the 19th century occult revival in France. Clear laminate layer neatly applied to covers by previous owner, edges of text block slightly darkened, minor spots to the odd margin with a couple of neat pencil annotations, text clean and tight. A Good + or slightly better overall copy of the scarce first issue of the stand alone reprints which was preceded only by the collected edition of 1915. £50

Mh91. Haining, P, The Man Who Was Frankenstein, 1st edition Muller 1979, 8vo, black cloth with gilt titles to spine, 6 + 166pp, illustrated. Looks at the life and work of Andrew Crosse, nick-named "the wizard of the Quantocks" and accused of being in league with the devil due to his experiments to create life. The author argues that Crosse plays an overlooked role in the creation of Mary Shelly's novel. Very good in like d/w £3.50

MH91AC. Hancox, J, The Byrom Collection, 1st edition, Jonathan Cape 1992, small 4to, blue cloth with gilt titles to spine, 320pp including index, with a frontispiece and many illustrations in the text (some coloured). An excellent study of the Byrom collection, a series of drawings once belonging to an eighteenth century secret society. They feature ground-plans relating to the Globe theatre and other famous London buildings, revealing their sacred geometry and relationship to Renaissance mystical thought. Becoming uncommon in hard cover. Near fine in like, price clipped d/w £20




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