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M0113AA. Johnson, C.R (editor), Skoob Esoterica Anthology, 1st edition, Skoob 8vo pbk. 1995, 192 + 48pp. Various essays on occult themes, including contributions from Colin Wilson, Kenneth Grant (the first publication of the novel the Stellar Lode), Gareth Medway, and George Hay, together with a facsimile reprint of the Occult Review from 1905. Near fine £8

M0114B. Jordan, M, Encyclopedia of Gods, 1st ed. Kyle Cathie 1992, lge. 8vo, black cloth, 16 + 351pp. A servicable list of over 2500 deities worldwide. Pages lightly tanning, otherwise near fine in like d/w £6.50

M114B. Karandikar, S.V, Hindu Exogamy, 1st edition, D.B Taraporevala Sons & Co. 1929, 8vo, maroon cloth with gilt titles to spine, 16 + 308pp including index. An important study of marriage and relationship customs in Hinduism. The author explains their taboos and history; together with their cultural, religious and esoteric significance. He admits in this book that “The work is far from being an exhaustive one”, but it remains the most comprehensive study of the subject available in English. Light wear to spine ends, very slight foxing to end papers and a couple of margins, text clean and tight. Press opinions, probably cut from inner flaps of original dust wrapper loosely inserted. A very good copy of an increasingly scarce work £25

M115C. (Keightley,T,), Secret Societies of the Middle Ages, 1837, 3rd issue M.A Nattali 1846, F’ cap 8vo, blind decorated green cloth with gilt titles to spine, 12 + 408pp, with a few engravings in the text. Popular accounts of three ‘secret societies’, the Assassins, Knights Templar, and the Secret Tribunals of Westphalia, by one of the most thorough and reliable of the 19th century mythologists. Spine slightly faded, corners rubbed, a few minor marks to cloth, early ownership signature to front paste-down, end papers and lower blank part of final leaf a little soiled, old water stain to top edge of text block affecting a few margins, trivial spots to the odd leaf, text tight and still very clean. Overall, still a good + copy of an increasingly uncommon early issue £35

 

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