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M92. Hartland, E.S, Primitive Paternity, 1st edition, David Nutt 1909, 2 volumes complete, 8vo, dark blue cloth with gilt titles to spines, 8 + 325pp & 2 + 328pp including index. A monumental study of the myth of supernatural birth in relation to the history of family; including chapters on magical practices to obtain children, the mother and father right, etc. Ex lib, file numbers to spines and verso of title pages, book plates to front end papers, stamps to end papers, title pages and some margins. Spines slightly snagged at head, minor spots to a few margins, text clean and tight. Overall, a good + set in the original cloth £20

M094AA. Hawkins, J.D, Chaos Monkey, 1st and only edition, Capall Baan 8vo pbk.2002,  190pp, with illustrations in the text, a foreword by Anton Channing and a presentation inscription to previous owner signed by the author on the title page. A guide to chaos magic and how to survive the natural chaos that plagues those on the magical path, particularly exemplified through the trickster archetype. Trivial spot to edge of text block, minor bump to foot of spine, otherwise a near fine copy of this uncommon title, with signed copies being quite scarce £25

M95C. Heckthorne, C.W, Secret Societies of All Ages and Countries, 1st edition, Richard Bentley & Son 1875,  2 volumes (complete), Cr8vo, green cloth with blind patterned borders and gilt titles to spines and front boards, 18 + 392 & 12 + 328pp. A fairly comprehensive study, from the ancient mystery schools through to modern political movements, and although some entries are brief, includes many obscure sects and societies on which it is difficult to find information elsewhere. Covers a little rubbed, marked and soiled, lacking half titles, with volume one also lacking the front end paper. Hinges pulled, stitching strained in places, some ink page reference numbering to analytical table of contents in each volume, edges of text block a little soiled, ownership signature to title pages, a few tape marks to inner margins in volume one, rear inner hinge of volume two reinforced with tape, outer margins of lower end paper and final leaf a little worn, a few other minor internal marks, text reasonably sound and still pretty clean overall in both volumes. Overall, a fair and textually complete reading set of the increasingly scarce first issue £60

M99B. Hine, P, Prime Chaos, 1993, revised edition, New Falcon 8vo pbk. 2002,  240pp, with a few diagrams in text and a foreword by Grant Morrison. A sound practical guide to the ritual mechanics of chaos magic, together with suggested operational paradigms and much other related material. Near mint £10

M0101. Hitching, F, The World Atlas of Mysteries, 1978, BCA 1979, large 4to, brown cloth, 256pp including index, with photographs and other illustrations in the text throughout. Looks at various mysteries, both ancient and modern, including mysteries of the Universe, earth patterns, unknown energies, ancient civilizations, unknown animals, etc. Very good + in very good – (a little marked and edge-worn) d/w £2

M103E. Hope, M, Practical Atlantean Magic, 1st edition, Aquarian Press 8vo pbk. 1991, reprinted, 192pp including index, a few illustrations in text. A mixture of practical rituals and “historical” study, in which the author sees this so called ‘Atlantean magic’ as the basis for the occult sciences. Edges of covers lightly rubbed, faint reading crease to spine, outer margins lightly tanned, contents otherwise clean and tight. A near very good copy of this uncommon title £6

M105AAB. Howard, M, The Occult Conspiracy, 1st edition, Rider 1989, 8vo, red cloth with gilt titles to spine, 12 + 196pp including index, with illustrations in the text + 8pp plates. A popular study of secret societies and political conspiracy. Edges of text block lightly soiled, contents clean and tight. Very good in like (a few minor marks) d/w £6

M0107. Huxley, A, The Devils of Loudun, 1st edition, Chatto & Windus 1952, 8vo, orange cloth with gilt titles to spine on black ground, 4 + 376pp, with 4 illustrations in text +  a frontispiece and 2 further plates. A classic account of Urban Grandier and the possession and subsequent perversions of the Loudun nuns. Edges of text block soiled, some occasional foxing throughout, mainly to margins. Very good – in good (edge-worn with some chipping, particularly to bottom edge, rear panel very spotted and soiled, price clipped) d/w £6

M108. Jevons, F.B, Introduction to the History of Religion, 1st ed. Methuen 1896, 8vo, blue cloth, 8 + 443pp incl. index. A study of religion, folklore and anthropology, owing much to the work of Frazer and Tylor. Lacks front endpaper, spine end rubbed. Good + £10


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