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M000107A. Illion, T, In Secret Tibet, 1st edition, 3rd impression Occult Book Society, no date (c.1930), Cr8vo, salmon pink cloth with black lettering to spine, 190pp; a fascinating travelogue of the author’s travels through Tibet in disguise uncovering its religious mysteries; ex Buddhist Society library with book plate to front paste-down, stamps to title page and end papers, spine faded, cloth a little soiled with faint ring marks to front board,  minor spots to the odd margin, text clean and tight, still a good + overall copy of this increasingly uncommon title £20

AR18. Jeffery, G, A Brief Description of the Holy Sepulchre Jerusalem and other Christian Churches of the Holy City, 1st edition, Cambridge University Press 1919, 8vo, taupe cloth with dark brown titles to spine and design to spine and front board,  edges untrimmed, 12 + 233pp including index, with photographs and other illustrations in the text + a tissue guarded frontispiece; a fairly comprehensive study of both the major and minor religious buildings of Jerusalem, together with some account of Medieval copies of the Holy Sepulchre surviving in Europe. A little faint soiling to cloth, spine panel very slightly darkened, crease to lower corner of rear cover, thumb soil marks to a couple of early margins, minor spots to a few others, text clean and tight, a near very good copy of the scarce original edition £30

M0113A. Johnson, K. Rayner, The Fulcanelli Phenomenon, 1st edition, Neville Spearman 1980, 8vo, red cloth with gilt titles to spine, 323pp, with 19 illustrations in the text.; a comprehensive study of the most mysterious of all of the 20th century alchemists who disappeared in 1944, and including a special chapter contributed by Paul Mevryl, a long-time student of alchemy that examines the prophetic indications encoded in stone monuments highlighted by Fulcanelli in his most famous work- Le Mystere des Cathedrales. Light rubbing to spine ends, trivial soiling to edges of text block, pencil doodle mark to front end paper otherwise internally clean and tight, a very good copy of this uncommon title in near very good (light wear to edges, marked in places) d/w £55

M00113A. (Johnstone, Lemuel; i.e. Lionell Snell), SSOTBME: An Essay on Magic, 1975, 1st public edition, Nigel Grey-Turner 8vo pbk. 1979, 96pp, illustrated, including some full page illustrations taken for Austin Osman Spare's A Book of Satyrs; an essay on magic, its foundations, development, and place in modern life. The title standing for sex secrets of the black magicians revealed. Covers lightly soiled in places, previous sellers label (Sorcerer’s Apprentice) to rear cover, slight rubbing to edges of covers, minor bump to upper corner of text block , internally clean and tight, a very good copy £18

M113G. Jung, C.G, Aion, 1959, 2nd edition revised, 5th printing, R.K.P 8vo pbk. 1981, 12 + 333pp + 9pp including index, with a few diagrams in the text + a frontispiece and 2 further plates; translated by R.F.C Hull, researches into the phenomenology of the self, the central theme being the symbolic representation of psychic totality, incorporating Gnostic and alchemical symbolism. Volume 9, part 2 of the collected works. Very slight rubbing to lower edges of covers, near fine £15

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

M114C. ‘Katrina’, Katrina’s Dream Book, 1st and only edition, Katrina Publications, no date c.1970s, square Cr8vo, stapled card wraps, 90pp + advertisements; more than 1000 dreams interpreted and their lucky numbers and meanings explained; covers soiled, crease marked, and rubbed around the edges, light bumping to corners, minor spots to inside of front cover otherwise internally clean and tight so still a good + overall copy of quite a scarce item £10

M123G. Knight, C.S, The Mystery and Prophecy of the Great Pyramid, 1928, 2nd edition, Rosicrucian Press 1933, Cr8vo, blue papered boards with dark blue titles and decoration to front board, edges untrimmed, 217pp, with a folding frontispiece and a couple of full page illustrations; the history and symbolism of the Great Pyramid at Giza from the perspective of AMORC Rosicrucian philosophy. Light rubbing to spine ends and corners, back-strip faded, covers lightly rubbed and with slight fading to edges, minor spots to the odd margin, text clean and tight, good + overall £20

M124A. Koetting, E.A, Ipsissimus, 1st edition, Leilah Publications 2011, printed laminated hard covers, 139pp;  the author’s own take on the connection between the material and the divine, loosely drawing on the work of Aleister Crowley; minor rubbing to spine ends, flattened creases to a dozen or so upper corners, externally and internally clean and tight, so still very good overall £10

M124. Kozma, A, Esoteric Warriors, 1st edition, Paul Crompton ltd. 4to pbk. 1999,  132pp, with a frontispiece and photographs in the text. An account of the hidden side of martial arts techniques revealed through the masters of its various systems. A few minor marks to covers, corners bumped, internally clean and tight. A near very good copy £5

M124B. Kraig, D.M, Modern Tantra, 1st edition, 1st printing, Llewellyn large 4to pbk. 2015, 46 + 337 pp including index + publisher’s advertisements, with diagrams and tables within the text; a comprehensive guide to tantra as taught and practiced within the western esoteric tradition; a little trivial soiling to edges of text block otherwise fine £15

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