Beck, L. Adams, Splendor of Asia (1926), The story and teaching of the Buddha. The author endeavored to make not only the story but the teaching of Buddha intelligible and human, so that those who wish to understand one of the greatest facts in history may not find themselves entangled in the mazes of scholastic terms and may perhaps be enabled to realize its strange coincidences with modern psychology and certain scientific verities. 272 pages, ISBN 0766148491, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beck, L. Adams, Story of Oriental Philosophy (1928), In writing this book upon the thought and thinkers of Asia, the authorís aim was to convey what Beck has to tell in as clear and simple a manner as possible to readers unaccustomed to oriental modes of expression. Open the treasure house of Eastern philosophy. Learn the teachings of Buddha, Confucius, Lao Tsu, Shankara, Mencius, Patanjali and others. With this book you can understand the mysterious and ancient wisdom of the East. 438 pages, ISBN 0766170055, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beck, L. Adams, The House of Fulfillment; The Romance of a Soul, 1927. The author, also known as E. Barrington, purports that the supernormal happenings in this romance novel are true and are founded upon the ancient Indian philosophy of Upanishads.# 348 pages, ISBN 0766185346, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beck, L. Adams, Way of Power: Studies in the Occult (1927), This book intends to describe the knowledge of the true occult world. 294 pages, ISBN 076610303X, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Becker, August, Tempted of the Devil Or Passages in the Life of a Kabbalist (1888), The two forms of theosophy which excited the most attention, and attracted the largest number of earnest students, were Zoroastrianism, and the occult teaching of the Jews as contained in the Kabbalah or Qabalah. It is with this latter that we are now concerned, for in ìDes Rabbi Vermachtnis,î the novel from which our story is taken, Dr. Becker describes the effect which the study of the Practical Kabbalah had on the lives and characters of the initiated, and those who came in contact with them. 336 pages, ISBN 0766175847, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Becker, Carl, Chronicles of America Vol. 11: Eve of the Revolution (1921), Volume 11 of 50. The Chronicles of America Series is dedicated to presenting the main facts surrounding American history and the interesting historical stories behind civilization in America. In the present work, the Eve of the Revolution includes a chronicle of the breach with England. This treatise conveys to the reader a sense of how the men felt about what they did. 282 pages, ISBN 0766160009, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bede, Bede, Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation (1723), This work presents the ecclesiastical history of the English nation from the coming of Julius Caesar into the island in the 60th year before the incarnation of Christ, until the year of our Lord 731, to which is prefixed a life of Bede. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English. 524 pages, ISBN 0766169448, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bedford, W.K.R., Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (1902), Being a history of the English hospitallers of St. John, their rise and progress. Contents: foundation of the Order; Cyprus and Rhodes; the Order in England; Malta and the great siege; Grand Masters of Malta; English revival; ambulance movement; Charter of the English Order; ophthalmic hospital in Jerusalem; St. John ambulance brigade and its services. Richly illustrated. 280 pages, ISBN 0766141098, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bedier, J., Romance of Tristan and Iseult, Contents: Childhood of Tristan; Morholt Out of Ireland; Quest of the Lady with the Hair of Gold; Philtre; Tall Pinetree; Discovery; Chantry Leap; Wood of Morois; Ogrin the Hermit; The Ford; Ordeal by Iron; Little Fairy Bell; Iseult of the White Hands; Madness of Tristan; Death of Tristan. 188 pages, ISBN 0766174883, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beecher, Charles, David and His Throne: Pen Pictures of the Bible (1855), However advanced the world may be in intelligence and morals, it certainly has not reached the point where its judgment in these matters is more to be trusted than that of Jesus Christ; and, those who practically throw away the Old Testament as worthless, being themselves to a distinct issue with His teaching. We must remember that it was the Old Testament which was the Bible of Jesus. The volume before us is one of a series designed to interest young readers in the study of the Old Testament. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. 320 pages, ISBN 076617428X, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beecher, Charles, Pen Pictures of the Bible: David and His Throne (1855), The volume before us is one of a series designed to interest young readers in the study of the Old Testament. In a merely literary point of view, it might not be wise to touch at all the rugged and simple narrative as it stands in our Bible. This work tells the tales of David as found in the Bible in a more interesting and intriguing manner which will interest all readers. 318 pages, ISBN 0766145751, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beecher, Charles, Review of the Spiritual Manifestations (1853), The following review takes for granted a familiarity with the facts on the cause of spiritualism which an English reader may not possess. This Review was read before the Congregational Association of New York and Brooklyn. 124 pages, ISBN 0766149900, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beecher, Edward, Papal Conspiracy Exposed and Protestantism Defended, In the Light of Reason, History and Scripture (1855), Rev. Beecherís object in this volume is to furnish the reader with some authentic evidence for careful consideration in forming a judgment. To this course of historical investigation, as well as to all the other evidence, he asks your careful attention. Contents: introduction; Romanism a fraudulent and persecuting conspiracy; Romanism the enemy of mankind; Romanism as imposition and a forgery; judgment of God and the burning of Babylon. 444 pages, ISBN 0766163237, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beecher, Edward N., Lost Atlantis or The Great Deluge of All (1897), This work is an epic poem on Atlantis with an index and notes. The sources of information from which the details of Atlantian life so fully described, are such that they are believed to be veritable history; but for the reader who can regard them only as fiction, it is hoped there will be found much that is entertaining, and at the same time instructive. Illustrated. 118 pages, ISBN 0766166937, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beecher, Henry Ward, Life Thoughts Gathered From the Extemporaneous Discourses of Henry Ward Beecher (1858), Proctor began taking notes for friends in a distant city of Mr. Beecherís sermons. The present book came into being because the notebook of the notes taken were passed from one person to another, and it was thought they should not be confined to just a few, but should be published in a volume and given to the many. With rare exceptions, these notes were taken from the Sabbath sermons and Wednesday evening lectures. Most of them had never been previously written; for Mr. Beecherís best thoughts are not usually those which are beforehand committed coolly to paper; they are those which spring from the inspiration of the moment, and have no record save in the memory of his listeners. To gather up and preserve some of the treasures thus lavishly scattered, as been the aim of this volume. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. 320 pages, ISBN 0766174859, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beecher, Henry Ward, Star Papers Or Experiences of Art and Nature (1873), Only such papers as relate to art and to rural affairs have been published in this volume. The ìLetters from Europeî were written to home friends, during a visit of only four weeks, a period too short to allow the subsidence of that enthusiasm which every person must experience who, for the first time, stands in the historic places of the Old World. The other papers in this volume, for the most part, were written from the solitudes of the country, during the vacations of three summers. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Contents: Letters from Europe; Experiences of Nature; Late Papers. 450 pages, ISBN 0766175006, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beecher, Lyman, Six Sermons on the Nature, Occasions, Signs, Evils and Remedy of Intemperance (1829), Contents: nature and occasion of intemperance; signs of intemperance; evils of intemperance; remedy of intemperance (three sermons). Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. 108 pages, ISBN 0766174506, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beer, Thomas, Stephen Crane A Study in American Letters (1923), If the definition that man is a laughing animal is true, then Crane was neither one nor the other. He was but a hurried visitor on this earth on which he had so little reason to be joyous. His first novel, ìMaggie: A Girl of the Streetsî, was considered a signpost in the development of literary realism and he also wrote many short stories in an impressionistic style. Crane spent two years as a war correspondent in Greece and Cuba. This is a wonderful biographical account of the man and his life. 254 pages, ISBN 0766134350, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Begley, Walter, Baconís Nova Resuscitatio Or The Unveiling of His Concealed Works and Travels Vol. 1 (1905), Volume 1 of 3. Mr. Begley claims to have brought forward in these works a large mass of material, much of which is new, tending to show that young Francis Bacon was in those earlier years, of which Spedding knew so little, busily engaged both in poetical criticism and in philosophical speculations concerning poetry - an education and preparation for his own vast schemes for the common good. 238 pages, ISBN 0766172112, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Begley, Walter, Baconís Nova Resuscitatio Or The Unveiling of His Concealed Works and Travels (The Exit of Shakespeare) Vol. 2 (1905), Volume 2 of 3. Mr. Begley claims to have brought forward in these works a large mass of material, much of which is new, tending to show that young Francis Bacon was in those earlier years, of which Spedding knew so little, busily engaged both in poetical criticism and in philosophical speculations concerning poetry - an education and preparation for his own vast schemes for the common good. 314 pages, ISBN 0766172120, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Begley, Walter, Baconís Nova Resuscitatio Or The Unveiling of His Concealed Works and Travels (Enter Bacon) Vol. 3 (1905), Volume 3 of 3. Mr. Begley claims to have brought forward in these works a large mass of material, much of which is new, tending to show that young Francis Bacon was in those earlier years, of which Spedding knew so little, busily engaged both in poetical criticism and in philosophical speculations concerning poetry - an education and preparation for his own vast schemes for the common good. 230 pages, ISBN 0766172139, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Begley, Walter, Biblia Anagramatica, A literary curiosity gathered from unexplored sources and from books of the greatest rarity. ìTo all scholars bouquineurs, bouquinistes bibliophiles and bibliographers whose frequent delight it is to leave the beaten track of learning and to wander at their own sweet will into the by-paths and hidden nooks of literature, I dedicate this work begun with joyful expectation continued with increasing pleasure and ended with regret.î Contents: Vetus Testamentum Anagrammaticum: Genesis to Book of Job, The Psalms: Separate Texts, Psalm LI, Psalm XCI, Psalm CXII, Appendix to Psalms, Proverbs to Malachi; Apocrypha Anagrammatica; Novum Testamentum Anagrammaticum: Gospels of Matthew and Mark, The Lordís Prayer in Seven Anagrams, Gospels of Luke and John, The Magnificat in Three Anagrams, The Angelical Salutation, Acts of the Apostles to Apocalypse. With a special bibliography. A large portion of this book is in Latin. Extremely scarceóonly fifty copies were purported to have been published. 212 pages, ISBN 156459016X, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Begley, Walter, Biblia Cabalistica, Shows how the various numerical cabalas have been curiously applied to the holy scriptures, with numerous textual examples ranging from genesis to the apocalypse, and collected from books of the greatest rarity, for the most part not in the British Museum or any public library in Great Britain. With introduction, appendix of curios, and bibliography. A large portion of this book is in Latin. Extremely scarceóonly fifty copies were purported to have been published! 158 pages, ISBN 1564590178, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Behanan, Kovoor T., Yoga A Scientific Evaluation (1937), A sympathetic presentation and appraisal of yoga is set forth in this book without stating it is a final or finished system of philosophy. Yoga is one of several Hindu systems of thought that developed from the ancient philosophical concepts contained in the Vedic writing of the first millennium B.C. Yoga attempts to seek an ultimate union of the individual personality with the infinite. Contents: apparent complexity of Indian culture; Prakriti or nature; Purusha or soul; evolution and its stages; yoga psychology; rebirth; yoga and psychoanalysis and psychic research; postures; varieties of breathing; exercises in concentration. 298 pages, ISBN 0766139654, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beharrell, T.G., Odd Fellows Monitor and Guide (1878), This reference book contains the history of the Odd Fellowsí Degree of Rebekah and its teachings; emblems of the order according to present classification; and teachings of ritual as understood by obligated Odd Fellows and their wives, with a short history of their examples. In this work Beharrell gives the history of the Bible women for the consideration of the Daughters of Rebekah, that they may observe the virtues they practiced and imitate them. He also gives the biographies of Bible men, which will afford, with the other departments of the book, a subject for thought and examples to follow in the performance of lifeís work and meeting its responsibilities. 426 pages, ISBN 0766167194, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beharrell, Thomas G., Brotherhood: Being a Presentation of the Principles of Odd Fellowship (1875), A presentation of the Odd Fellowship with a brief history of bible men and women, who developed, in their several lives, the principles that have been adopted by the fraternity. Contents: Odd Fellowship as an association; lives of eminent bible men; and eminent bible women, etc. 288 pages, ISBN 0766128571, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Behncke, F.H., Pioneer Teachers (1920), Contains the Healing Wisdom of many Great Occultists such as Hippocrates, Paracelsus, Benjamin Franklin, William Harvey, Swedenborg, Blavatsky, Besant, Pythagoras, and many others! 118 pages, ISBN 156459887X, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Behr, Herman, New Divinity (1929), Volume One of the Transcendental Series. Contains lectures by Henry Ward Beecher, John Wycliffe, John Bunyan, Martin Luther, Mary Baker Eddy, Emmanuel Swedenborg, John Wesley, William Miller, Jack London, Raphael Zanzio, Clarissa Colton and others. 266 pages, ISBN 0766131580, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Behrend, Genevieve, Your Invisible Power: Working Principles and Concrete Examples in Applied Mental Science (1927), Contents: Order of Visualization; How to Attract to Yourself the Things You Desire; Mental and Physical Form; Mental Pictures; Suggestions for Making Your Mental Pictures; Thought Power for the Production of New Conditions; How to Increase Your Personal Faith; Believing You Have Already Received. 112 pages, ISBN 1564598896, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beighle, Nellie, Book of Knowledge: Psychic Facts (1903), Contents: early life and development; record of some wonderful cures; controls and mediums; who are these spiritualists; galaxy of modern spiritualists; incidents in the life of D.D. Home; was Lincoln a spiritualist; Florence Marryat; a record of authentic apparitions; report on spiritualism of the Committee of the London Dialectical Society; spiritualism in North America; George Fox and the friends; Wesleys, Whitefield and Fletcher of Madeley; chapter of poets; Swedenborgís spiritual development; message for Lord Bacon; gleams from life and the New Testament; our yesterdays and our tomorrows; faith and power; who are Christians; high life; harmful fears; man who looks out of your eyes; what is religion. 548 pages, ISBN 0766157563, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beke, Charles T., Idol in Horeb (1871), Evidence that the golden image at Mount Sinai was a cone and not a calf, with three appendices. A collection of five letters which appeared in the Jewish Chronicle in May and June of 1871, three of which were written by the author, one from the erudite Jewish scholar Dr. Benisch, and one by an anonymous correspondent. The appendices are entitled: on the non-identity of Mitzraim and Egypt; on the possibility of turning the waters of the Nile away from Egypt; on the sources of the Nile. 164 pages, ISBN 0766138550, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belgrave, M. Dorothy, Tales and Legends from India, Contents: noose of fate; whoíll buy my mangoes; adventurous brethren: rival archers, House of Lac, gamblerís wife, great battle; flute player; hard-hearted princess; story of the white elephant; Sakuntala, or the ring of remembrance; vengeance of Manasa; adventures of Rama and Sita: banishment of Rama, capture of Site, Hanuman to the rescue, Ravana defeated; curse of Kali; hare in the moon; boy who could see footsteps; kingís column. Illustrated. 260 pages, ISBN 0766149188, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bell, Bernard Iddings, Beyond Agnosticism: A Book for Tired Mechanists (1929), This volume was written with a full and glad recognition of the discoveries of modern science and with modern philosophy taken into account. This is not fundamentalist volume. Neither is it a modernist volume, for the modernist offers no solution to the problem raised by mechanist agnosticism. The attempt is to assist the reader to face his own problem of disillusionment and then to consider a possible reconstruction for his own religion, a reconstruction which does not deny the ancient Christian faith, but seeks to see that faith in terms of the knowledge and actual difficulty of the moment. 176 pages, ISBN 076615114X, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bell, F.A., Order of the Eastern Star , An Instructive Manual on the Organization and Government of Chapters of the Order with Ritual and Ceremonies. Contents: Short History; Purposes; Government; Stations of the Officers; Furniture and Regalia; Jewels and Badges; Landmarks; Opening Ceremonies; Initiation; Installation of Officers; Instituting a New Chapter; Burial Services; Memorial Services; Parliamentary Rules; Forms of Petitions. 216 pages, ISBN 0766127125, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bell, James Alexander, Famous Masons (1928), Life and achievements of eminent Masons great in history. Includes little biographies about twenty great men who just happened to be Masons. It is not a book about Masonry. Men included within are: James Edward Oglethorpe; Benjamin Franklin; Baron Von Steuben; George Washington; Paul Revere; John Paul Jones; Johann Wolfgang Goethe; John Marshall; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Alexander Hamilton; Marquis de Lafayette; Robert Burns; John Jacob Astor; Andrew Jackson; Sam Houston; Louis Kossuth; Giuseppe Garibaldi; John Wanamaker; Robert Edwin Peary; Theodore Roosevelt. 276 pages, ISBN 0766132765, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bell, John, Bellís New Pantheon Or Historical Dictionary of the Gods, Demi Gods, Heroes and Fabulous Personages of Antiquity Vols. 1 and 2 (1790), Found in this book are volumes 1 and 2 of the original work. Bell presents a dictionary of gods, demi-gods, heroes and fabulous personages of antiquity; also, of the images and idols adored in the pagan world; together with their temples, priests, altars, oracles, fasts, festivals, games, etc., as well as descriptions of their figures, representations, and symbols collected from statues, pictures, coins and other remains of the ancients. The whole designed to facilitate the study of mythology, history, poetry, painting, statuary, medals, etc. and compiled from the best authorities. Richly embellished with characteristic prints. 826 pages, ISBN 076617834X, $46.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bell, Robert, Prevention and Treatment of Cancer, Contents: The Therapeutics of Cancer; The Natural History of Cancer; Operation Useless; Danger of Serum Injections; Causation of Cancer; Preventative Measures; Importance of Diet; A Self-Imposed Disease; Erroneous Teaching; Natureís Defenses; Value of Nuclein; Diet and Vice; Flesh Food a Menace to Health; Evil and Good Effects of Diet; Appendix; Glossary. 112 pages, ISBN 156459890X, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bell-Ranske, Jutta, Revelation of Man: A Key to Mystic Science (1924), To keep pace with the changing ideas of today it is essential that man should begin to approach himself from a new standpoint. It is ignorance of the fundamental laws of life that is at the root of all evil. Man is a generator of energy. 228 pages, ISBN 0766105407, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bellamy, Joseph, Millennium Or The Thousand Years of Prosperity (1794), This book contains the work on the Millennium, or the thousand years of prosperity promised to the Church of God in the Old Testament and in the New, shortly to commence and to be carried on to perfection under the auspices of Him, who, in the vision, was presented to St. John. Also found within is a treatise which is a humble attempt to promote explicit agreement and visible union of Godís people in extraordinary prayer for the revival of religion and the advancement of Christís kingdom on earth, pursuant to scripture promises and prophecies concerning the last time by Jonathan Edwards. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English. 434 pages, ISBN 0766168190, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bellamy, Joseph, True Religion Delineated Or Experimental Religion (1750), Mr. Bellamy presents experimental religion as distinguished from formality on the one hand, and enthusiasm on the other, set in a scriptural and rational light. It is written in two discourses in which come of the principal errors both of the Arminians and Antinomians are confuted, the foundation and superstructure of their different schemes demolished, and the truth as it is in Jesus explained and proved. The whole adapted to the weakest capacities, and designed for the establishment, comfort and quickening of the People of God in these evil times. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Old English text. 456 pages, ISBN 0766168026, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bellianis, Don, Honor of Chivalry Or The Famous and Delectable History of Don Bellianis of Greece (1650), This work contains the valiant exploits of that magnanimous and heroic prince, son unto the Emperor Don Bellaneo of Greece. Within is described the strange and dangerous adventures that befell him, with his love toward the Princess Florisbella, daughter to the Soldan of Babylon. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English. 280 pages, ISBN 0766167720, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belloc, Hilaire, Cromwell, This book is not another life of Oliver Cromwell; there are dozens too many, the earlier batch a mass of slander, the later a mass of panegyric, all of them myth. Bellocís object here is to seek reality; to discover what Cromwell was within; the nature of the manís motives, the quality of his actions as witnesses to the moral truth about himself. Illustrated. 372 pages, ISBN 0766173755, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belloc, Hilaire, Emerald of Catherine the Great (1926), There is Catherine the Great. She plays no long part, but she founded the fortunes of many; and we are in communion with the matter of that large and generous but regal soul; we agree that it is a pity she died before we were born. There are those who know all about Russia, and the author knows nothing, have, in the matter of Russia, this Monarch of all the Russias for a link. Belloc was urged to write a detective story. He promised he would, on the condition there was nothing to find out. Here it is. 224 pages, ISBN 0766175073, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belloc, Hilaire, How the Reformation Happened (1928), Two historical problems are of prime importance to our race. To understand them sufficiently is to understand ourselves. To misapprehend them is to misapprehend our own nature: what made our culture and what threatens to destroy it. The first of these problems is the conversion of the Roman Empire to Catholicism. How came the pagan world to be baptized? What made Christendom? The second is the disaster of the 16th century. How came Christendom to suffer shipwreck? What made the Reformation? It is the second question which Belloc approaches in this book. 288 pages, ISBN 0766173712, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belloc, Hilaire, Joan of Arc (1930), She was so young when she heard a Voice speaking to her of the faith and its observance, and gave her an order that she should seek the uncrowned King of France, dispossessed by his foes, and rescue him and crown him at Rheims. She told no one, but turned to a new piety as she grew into womanhood, cherishing the poor, and at her prayers continually till her devotion seemed ridiculous to those around her. And she had vowed her virginity to God ìso long as it should Him please,î but on this also she held her peace. Such is the beginning of the story of Joan of Arc. 124 pages, ISBN 0766174360, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belloc, Hilaire, Louis XIV, The book which the reader has before him makes no pretense to be a life of Louis XIV. It is of a quite different sort from biography. It is a study of certain matters whereon those who have written about this great formative period in European history have widely differed; and that study is now directed to exploring the old and half forgotten, the now rapidly reviving, principle of monarchy. Belloc wrote it in order to discuss and illustrate both the strength and the weakness of that institution as it appears in the capital example of Louis XIVís very great reign. Contents: monarchy; formation; founding of all within and without; maturity and the wars without and the wars within; the defensive; 412 pages, ISBN 0766173569, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belloc, Hilaire, Mercy of Allah (1922), This book is one of the series entitled The Phoenix Library. Contents: Al-Rafsat or the kick; Al-Durar or the pearls; Al-Tawajin or the pipkins; Al-Kantara or the bridge; Milh or salt; Al-Wukala or the lawyers; Ghanamat or the sheep; Al-Bustan or the orchard; camels and dates; Al-Hisan or the horse; Al-Wali or the holy one; new quarter of the city; money made of paper; peace of the soul. 310 pages, ISBN 0766173674, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belloc, Hilaire, Milton, Born in 1608, John Miltonís appearance as a master dates from his 22nd year; dying in 1674, his memorable prose and verse fill the lifetime between 1629 and 1673. It is as a writer that he counts; therefore we must concentrate on his significant writing. Since his supremacy was in poetry, it is as a poet that we must chiefly examine him, touching but briefly on only the salient matters in his career apart from letters, and considering those matters only as they affect his character and, above all, his Muse. 314 pages, ISBN 0766173747, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belloc, Hilaire, Richelieu: A Study, In this study, the author is dealing with one matter only, but a matter of supreme importance, and one which the bulk of our contemporaries have allowed to fall into the background or have even ignored. It is by far the greatest consideration attaching to that very great name, Richelieu. It is the permanent deflection of Europe from his time to ours, into a state which leaves Christians divided doubly: which has broken Christendom into a mosaic of nationalities: which has erected the worship of nationality into a religion usurping the ancient religion whereby Europe came to be: and which has left a line of cleavage between the Catholic and the Protestant culture which has become a gulf increasing before our eyes. Illustrated. 400 pages, ISBN 0766173283, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belloc, Hilaire, Towns of Destiny (1927), Contents: Spain: Entry into Spain; Saragossa; Segovia; Laraiche and Cadiz; Tarragona and the Catalans; Salamanca; Portugal: Vizeu; Oporto; Recovered Country: Islam and Christendom; Cefalu; Palma of Majorca; Sousse, Which is Hadrumetum; Guelma; Constantine; Cherchell, Which is Caesarea; Timgad and Volubilis; Hill of Carthage; France: Monuments of the Rhone; Rocamadour; Perigueux; Great House of Durtal; Chalus; Vire; Le Mans; The Rhine March: Aix-la-Chapelle; Metz; Treves; Bonn; Worms and Spires; Vosges; Tournai: Tournai and the Field of Fontenoy; Three Towns of Life and Death: Narbonne; Chaise Dieu; Corneto. Illustrated. 260 pages, ISBN 0766173658, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Belloc, Hilaire, Wolsey (1930), This study of Wolsey makes no pretense to detail. Its object is to establish character and motive in him and his contemporaries. To the particulars of his life no one can pretend to add much since the recent work of Professor Pollard. Our literature as a whole approves the relocation called The Reformation. The nation has long and rightly ascribed to the Reformation the qualities on which it prides itself. On this account the general bias has lain towards the better interpretation of motive in those who promoted the great change and the worse in those who impeded it. The just truth lying between the two distortions is often so novel as to sound paradoxical. It should be presented; and the author hopes the reader will agree that where he set down what may seem unusual, he has given his reasons for each conclusion. 370 pages, ISBN 0766173291, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bellot, Hugh H.L., Temple of the Inner Temple (1914), History of an old Templar building. Contents: Knights Templars; Outer Temple; Knights Hospitallers; New Temple; King's Counsel; Revels; Masque; Stage Play; Civil War; War of American Independence; plus more. Fully illustrated. 242 pages, ISBN 0766107442, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bellows, Albert J., Philosophy of Eating (1868), We have excellent practical treatises on agriculture and horticulture, and every intelligent farmer or gardener may learn what element is deficient, in order to successfully cultivate his grapes, his vegetables, or his grains; and having also chemical analyses of these fruits and grains, and of the materials from which to obtain his deficient elements, he has the means of adapting his soil to all desirable productions. So perfectly ignorant are people generally of the laws of nature, that they give their pigs the food which their children need to develop muscle and brain, and give their children what their pigs need to develop fat. To supply this deficiency in practical science, and to correct these erroneous and dangerous habits of society, is the object of this treatise. 346 pages, ISBN 0766174794, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Ben Nahum, Pinhas, Turkish Art of Love (1933), Turkish attitudes, traditions, and methods. Contents: Preface; Ottoman immodesty; Prostitution in Turkey; 11 wives of Mohammed; Turkomanic marriage; Pederasty and sodomy; A Turkish Nero; Moslem adultery; Love charms and aphrodisiacs; Turko-sexual deceptions; Polygamy and the Koran; Ottoman coitus; Mussulman perversions; Esoterics of Turkism; Postscript. 260 pages, ISBN 0766133508, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bendann, Effie, Death Customs: An Analytical Study of Burial Rites (1930), Miss Bendannís book is what it purports to be: an analytical study of burial rites. With commendable courage, the author launches into a comparative investigation of a type which for some time has been out of fashion. In a historical introduction, the author deals rather cavalierly with some outstanding representatives, living and dead, of anthropological theory. Then the author plunges into a study based on an intensive investigation of burial rites and associated ideas in Melanesia, Australia, Northeast Siberia and India, where the Vedic conceptions receive particular attention. Here and there, as when commenting upon the universality of the notion that death is unnatural, the author draws her material from a much wider geographical range. 318 pages, ISBN 0766166457, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bendit, Lawrence J., Renaissance in the Art of Healing (1926), The authorís endeavor is to give a theosophico-medical view of some of the problems which confront healers, as well as to give a description of a number of healing methods in practical use. Contents: theosophy, psychology, and the seat of disease; the principles of healing; the allopathic system; the work of Dr. Kilner; Altert Abrams and ìE.R.A.;î Hahnemann and homeopathy; osteopathy, chiropractic, etc.; the use of color; the correct use of muscles; a few words on dietetic systems; synthetic. 76 pages, ISBN 0766134709, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Benedictine Brethren of Glendalough, Benedictine Brethren of Glendalough, Romantic Biography of the Age of Elizabeth Or Sketches of Life from the Bye Ways of History Vol. 1 (1842), Volume 1 of 2. The authors state their object in these volumes has been to get rid of idealities, and in their historical views to substitute Daguerrotypes for fancy portraits. They wanted to get at the prose of life, for we have long been flooded by what passes for its poetry. They wished to get behind the scenes, to learn the secrets of the prompters and the tricks of the mechanists. Contents: Margaret of Valois, Queen of Henry IV; Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester; Castelnau, Ambassador from France; La Mothe Fenelon; Le Mothe Fenelon and Castelnau; Thomas Howard, Fourth Duke of Norfolk; Hugh, Earl of Tyrone and Notices of Walter, First Earl of Essex; Dr. Dee. 446 pages, ISBN 0766163121, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Benedictine Brethren of Glendalough, Benedictine Brethren of Glendalough, Romantic Biography of the Age of Elizabeth Or Sketches of Life from the Bye Ways of History Vol. 2 (1842), Volume 2 of 2. The authors state their object in these volumes has been to get rid of idealities, and in their historical views to substitute Daguerrotypes for fancy portraits. They wanted to get at the prose of life, for we have long been flooded by what passes for its poetry. They wished to get behind the scenes, to learn the secrets of the prompters and the tricks of the mechanists. Contents: Calvin and the church of Geneva; William Whittingam and the Puritans; Archbishop Whitgift and Dr. Cartwright; John Darrel, the exorcist; Loyola and the Order of the Jesuits; Robert Parsons, Edmund Campian and the Jesuits in England; Pope Sixtus V; Charles de Valois, Duc DíAngouleme; Henry de la Tour DíAuvergne, Viscount Turenne and Dike de Bouillon. 412 pages, ISBN 076616313X, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Benedictine Monks, Benedictine Monks, Book of the Saints (1921), This work is a dictionary of servants of God canonized by the Catholic Church, extracted from the Roman and other martyrologies. The object of this compilation is to enable the personage referred to readily to be identified. Nothing more is attempted in this volume. 286 pages, ISBN 0766172694, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Benham, William G., How to Choose Vocations from the Hands (1932), With sixty-six illustrations and charts and over 4000 positions listed in which different types of people can be successful, it is now possible to find the occupation you are best suited. Contents: Jupiterian Mount Type; Saturnian Mount Type; Apollonian Mount Type; Mercurian Mount Type; Martian Mount Type; Lunarian Mount Type; Venusian Mount Type; Reading the Chart. 442 pages, ISBN 0766128695, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Benham, William G., Laws of Scientific Hand Reading: A Practical Treatise on the Art Commonly Called Palmistry (1900), There has never been conceived or made by man any instrument, machine, or contrivance, capable of such a diversity of usefulness as the human hand. Nothing has ever existed with such infinite adaptability to various needs, or capable of being trained to such degrees of dexterity and versatility. Nor is it likely that as perfect a machine will ever be produced by man skill, for the only thing the man hand cannot do is to create an instrument as perfect as itself. 666 pages, ISBN 0766105040, $40.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Benjamin, Samuel G., Persia (1887), This work differs from other histories of Persia in giving more proportionate attention to the legendary period of her history than is usual with those who have dealt with this subject, as well as to the great career of the House of Sassan, which, in the opinion of the author, has never received full justice from those Christian historians who have undertaken a connected history of Persia. Contents: Feridoon; Zal; Rustem; Sohrab; Sohrab and Rustem; Siawusch; Kei Khosroo or Cyrus; from Cyrus to Darius I; Xerxes; Persia until the invasion of Alexander; Darius Codomanus and Alexander; Parthians; House of Sassan; Sapor I; Persia until the reign of Sapor II; from Sapor II to Chosroes I: Chosroes I, surnamed Anurshirwan; Chosroes Parveez; Mohammedan conquest of Persia; Persia under the Mohammedans. Illustrated. 322 pages, ISBN 0766163113, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bennet, Julius R., Riddle of the Aquarian Age (1925), Foretelling the birth of a New Age and showing how the problem of time is solved. The author endeavored to coordinate diverse evidence to the effect that the world is now entering a new order and expression of life called the Aquarian Age, and that the preceding great cycle of time called the Age of Pisces is now at the end of its course. 98 pages, ISBN 0766148777, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bennett, Arnold , How to Live on Twenty Four Hours a Day (1910), Contents: daily miracle; desire to exceed oneís program; precautions before beginning; cause of the trouble; tennis and the immortal soul; remember human nature; controlling the mind; reflective mood; interest in the arts; nothing in life is humdrum; serious reading; dangers to avoid. 104 pages, ISBN 0766162206, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bennett, Arnold, Mental Efficiency and Other Hints to Men and Women (1911), Contents: mental efficiency: the appeal, replies, cure, mental calisthenics; expressing oneís individuality; breaking down the past; settling down in life; marriage: duty of it, adventure of it, two ways of it; books: physical side, philosophy of book buying; success: candid remarks, the successful and the unsuccessful, inwardness of success; petty artificialities; secret of content. 120 pages, ISBN 0766155552, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bennett, Charles A., Philosophical Study of Mysticism: An Essay (1923), Mr. Bennett offers a certain identification of mysticism and points out some of its workings in the general economy of life. Contents: Part I Mystical Ambition: method of approach; between two worlds; union with God; passivity and its meaning; Part II Revelation: mystic claim; immediate experience of God; intuition; intuition and philosophy; Part III Religion and Morality: the problem; morality strenuous all too strenuous; beyond good or evil; mysticism and the problem of evil; mysticism and freedom; mysticism and intuitions; future of mysticism. 202 pages, ISBN 0766166597, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bennett, John R., Origin of Freemasonry and Knight Templar (1907), Contents: MysteriesóAncient, Egyptian, Adonisian, Dionysian, Eleusinian, and Mithraic; Solomonís Temple; Ancient Temples; Speculative Masonry; Revival; Degrees; Ritual; Book of the Law; Design of Freemasonry; Commandery; Knights of the Red Cross; Symbolism; Ancient Templars; Defense and Fall of Acre; Final Dissolution; Knights of Malta; Encyclopedia. 214 pages, ISBN 1564595579, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bennett, Sanford, Old Age Its Cause and Prevention The Story of an Old Body and Face Made Young (1912), All muscles and all organs increase in size, strength and elasticity when properly exercised. This is the principal secret of health, strength, elasticity of body, and a long life. This copiously illustrated volume offers a wide range of health-giving suggestions and offers exercises for all the muscles. 394 pages, ISBN 0766136280, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Benson, Allan L., The New Henry Ford (1923), This book has two purposes. The first is to tell the story of Henry Fordís life as he told it to the writer. The second is to introduce to the world a new Henry Ford. The Henry Ford of 1914 is gone. Scrapbooks covering the period when the press of the world was resounding with the news of the $5.00 a day minimum wage and the profit-sharing plan brought this discovery to the author. These scrapbooks sharply brought the writerís attention to the fact that the Henry Ford of 1922 did not speak as did the Henry Ford of 1914. Illustrated. 374 pages, ISBN 0766165140, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Benson, Clarence H., Earth, The Theater of the Universe (1929), A scientific and scriptural study of the Earthís place and purpose in the divine program. Contents: the Earth, the only habitable planet; creation of the Earth; catastrophe versus uniformity; Earthís first catastrophe; reconstruction; Satan regains the Earth; degeneration; the deluge; abiding curse; Earthís glory age; the Earth, the capital of the universe. 134 pages, ISBN 0766150844, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Benson, George Willard, The Cross Its History and Symbolism (1934), An account of the symbol more universal in its use and more important in its significance than any other in the world. This book is a suggestive, not exhaustive, history of the cross. It contains many authentic facts, legendary tales, curious customs, strange superstitions about the cross and tells of notable events and personages that are interwoven in its history. Beautifully illustrated. 232 pages, ISBN 0766139328, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Benson, Lawrence S., My Visit to the Sun Or Critical Essays on Physics, Metaphysic and Ethics Vol. 1 (1874), This volume contains the essays on the subject of physics. It relates to physics, or natural philosophy. It contains, in the most concise manner possible, must information in science and art that must otherwise be sought in numerous volumes on those subjects. The work is original in conception, comprehensive in plan, bold in character, vigorous in style, exhaustive in research, forcible in argument, poetical in dictation, and erudite in treatment. It challenges the scrutiny of savans; it is readable and instructive, and will repay many perusals. 166 pages, ISBN 0766154610, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bentley, Mildred Maddocks, Good Housekeepingís Book on the Business of Housekeeping: A Manual of Method (1924), New ways of handling the familiar routine of housework. For some sixteen years, the Good Housekeeping Institute tested out new appliances and new housekeeping methods. This volume represents the results of some of this research work. It has had the further proof of actual operation in the home of the writer, an average home with all of the every day problems that the average American home must meet. 192 pages, ISBN 0766159841, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bercovici, Konrad, Story of the Gypsies (1928), An attempt to unravel the gypsy way of life. What we know about them compared to what they know of us is like a drop of water in the ocean. Contents: missing words; origin of the gypsies; Macedonian gypsy; gypsies in Romania; gypsies in Hungary; gypsies in France; gypsies in Spain; gypsies in Germany; Russian gypsy; English gypsy; American gypsy; Nordic gypsies and other strays; tent in the wind. 302 pages, ISBN 0766130789, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Berens, E. M. , Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome, The author sets before the reader a lifelike picture of the deities of classical times as they were conceived and worshipped by the ancients themselves, and thereby to awaken in the minds of young students a desire to become more intimately acquainted with the noble productions of classical antiquity. The aim was to render the legends, which form the second portion of this work, a picture of old Greek life; its customs, superstitions, and princely hospitalities, for which reason they are given at somewhat greater length than is usual in works of this kind. 338 pages, ISBN 076614870X, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bergson, Henri, Creative Evolution (1920), The history of the evolution of life, incomplete as it is, already reveals to us how the intellect has been formed, by an uninterrupted progress, along a line which ascends though the vertebrate series up to man. Found in this present work are chapters relative to: evolution of life, mechanism and teleology; divergent directions of the evolution of life, torpor, intelligence, instinct; on the meaning of life, the order of nature and the form of intelligence; cinematographical mechanism of thought and the mechanistic illusion, a glance at the history of systems, real becoming and false evolutionism. 448 pages, ISBN 0766147320, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bergson, Henri, Introduction to Metaphysics (1912), M. Bergson explains, at greater length and in greater detail than in the other books, exactly what he means to convey by the word intuition The intuitive method is treated independently and not, as elsewhere in his writings, incidentally, in its applications to particular problems. 112 pages, ISBN 0766102130, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bergson, Henri, Time and Free Will: An Essay on the Immediate Data of Consciousness (1913), Contents: The Intensity of Psychic States; The Multiplicity of Conscious States; The Idea of Duration; Conscious States and Free Will; Conclusions. 272 pages, ISBN 1564595935, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bernard, Claude, Illustrated Manual of Operative Surgery and Surgical Anatomy, 1861. This is considered to be the most elaborately illustrated of surgical manuals published during the Civil War, containing 88 superb plates depicting operations and surgical instruments. This edition was edited with notes and additions and adapted to the use of American Medical Students by William H. Van Buren and Charles E. Issacs.# 752 pages, ISBN 0766188175, $43.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bernard, David, Light on Masonry, A Collection of all the Most Important Documents on the Subject of Speculative Free Masonry. This is the single most important exposÈ of Freemasonry ever published on American soil. Long out of print and difficult to obtain, this book was a product of the ìMorgan episodeî and has since become one of the most sought after items by all students of Masonic ritual. Once dubbed ìthe Bible of the anti-Masons,î it includes hundreds of pages of verbatim degree work copied from rare manuscripts which are unobtainable elsewhere. Henry W. Coil wrote in his Masonic Encyclopedia that this book gives the Scottish Rite rituals as they were worked before Albert Pike revised them, and indeed, some of its rituals are extremely similiar to those in the 1783 Francken Manuscript. Having studied both Pikeís rituals and those included in this book, we believe that Pike used Light on Masonry to help in writing his ìMagnum Opusî because the secret work in both books is too close to be mere coincidence. RITUALISTIC CONTENTS: Entered Apprentice; Fellow Craft; Master Mason; Mark Master; Past Master; Most Excellent Master; Royal Arch; Knight of the Red Cross; Knight Templar and Kt. of Malta; Knight of the Christian Mark and Guard of the Conclave; Knight of the Holy Sepulchre; The Holy and Thrice Illustrious Order of the Cross; Secret Master; Perfect Master; Intimate Secretary; Provost and Judge; Intendant of the Buildings, or Master in Israel; Elected Knight of Nine; Elected Grand Master, or Illustrious Elected of Fifteen; Illustrious Knight or Sublime Knight Elected; Grand Master Architect; Knight of the Ninth Arch; Grand Elect Perfect and Sublime Mason; Prince of Jerusalem; Knight of the East and West; Knight of the Eagle and Sovereign Prince of Rose Croix de Heroden; Grand Pontiff; Venerable Grand Master of all Symbolic Lodges, Sov. Prince of Masonry, Master Advitiam, or Grand Pontiff; Knight of the Royal Axe, or Hache (hatchet); Chief of the Tabernacle; Prince of the Tabernacle; Knight of the Brazen Serpent; Prince of Mercy, or Scotch Trinitarian; Sovereign Commander of the Temple at Jerusalem; Kt. Adept of the Eagle, or Sun; Knight of Kadosh; Prince of the Royal Secret; Sovereign Grand Inspector General; Circular of Grand Inspectors; Elu de Perignan; Le Petit Architect; Grand Architect, or Compagnon Ecossois; Le Maitre Ecossois; Chevalier de líOrient; Le Chevalier Rose Croix; Chevalier Prussien. ALSO INCLUDES the anti-Masonic committee reports, convention proceedings, orations, essays, etc. relative to the abduction of William Morgan, the trial of Eli Bruce (and others) for conspiracy, a History of Freemasonry and much more. This is a facsimile of the third (and best) edition, printed in 1829. 566 pages, ISBN 1564593614, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bernard, Raymond, Pythagoras: The Immortal Sage, Father of vegetarianism and natural hygiene. An account of his life and scientific teachings of human regeneration and of his school and community at Crotona, and his nutritional, eugenic and sociological doctrines. 84 pages, ISBN 0766142116, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Adyar Pamphlets 25-36 (1913), Contents: Some Difficulties of the Inner Life by Annie Besant; Vision of the Spirit by Jinarajadasa; Vegetarianism in the Light of Theosophy by Besant; Correspondences Between the Planes and Some Lessons to Be Drawn From Them by Dr. Weller Van Hook; Influence of the East on Religion by R. Heber Newton; Communication Between Different Worlds by Besant; Twelve Signs of the Zodiac by T. Subba Row; Theosophy and Its Evidence by Besant; Vegetarianism and Occultism by C.W. Leadbeater; England and India by Besant; Influence of Theosophy on the Life and Teachings in Modern India by Gyanendra Nath Chakravarti; and Investigations into the Super Physical by Besant. 332 pages, ISBN 0766148262, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, American Theosophist Magazine Vol. 1 (1913), Volume 1 of 2. Containing issues of the monthly magazine from October 1913 to March 1914. A collection of articles by persons important to the theosophy movement with topics ranging from music, Zoroaster, religion, science, reincarnation, and each issue contains clippings and comments and reviews. 484 pages, ISBN 0766140466, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, American Theosophist Magazine Vol. 2 (1914), Volume 2 of 2. Containing issues of the monthly magazine from April 1914 to September 1914. A collection of articles by persons important to the theosophy movement with topics ranging from music, Zoroaster, religion, science, reincarnation, and each issue contains clippings and comments and reviews. 498 pages, ISBN 0766140474, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Ancient Ideals in Modern Life (1901), Found in this book are Besantís lectures delivered at the 25th anniversary meeting of the Theosophical Society held at Benares. These lectures are entitled: four Ashramas; temples, priests and worship; caste system; and womanhood. 154 pages, ISBN 076615033X, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Ancient Wisdom: An Outline of Theosophical Teachings (1939), In this volume the fundamental teachings of Theosophy are explained in simple and clear terms for a beginner. Contents: Physical and Astral Plane; Kamaloka; Mental Plane; Devachan; Buddhic and Nirvanic Planes; Reincarnation; Karma; Law of Sacrifice; Manís Ascent; Building a Kosmos. 400 pages, ISBN 0766102009, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Annie Besant An Autobiography (1893), The autobiography of the successor to Blavatsky in the Theosophist Society. Illustrated. Contents: Out of everywhere into the here; Early childhood; Girlhood; Marriage; Storm of doubt; Charles Bradlaugh; Atheism as I knew and taught it; At work; Knowlton pamphlet; At war all round; Mr. Bradlaughís struggle; Still fighting; Socialism; Through storm to peace. 362 pages, ISBN 0766131955, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Avataras (1899), Four Lectures Delivered at the Twenty-fourth Anniversary Meeting of the Theosophical Society at Adyar Madras, December 1899. Contents: What is an Avatara; The Source of and Need for Avataras; Some Special Avataras; Shri Krishna. 122 pages, ISBN 1564596176, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Brahmavidya Divine Wisdom (1923), Manifestations of God in our lives. The six inaugural lectures of the Brahmavidyashrama, Adyar, October, 1922. With a preface by S. Subramania Iyer. Contents: Mysticism: God manifesting as Will; Religion: God manifesting as Love; Philosophy; God manifesting as Understanding; Literature and Art: God manifesting as Beauty; Science: God manifesting as Knowledge; Social Organization: God manifesting as Society. 130 pages, ISBN 0766129063, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Building of the Kosmos (1894), Intended to show the value of the teachings of H.P. Blavatsky as a guide to the obscurer meanings of the Hindu Sacred books, and so to vindicate at once the usefulness of the Theosophyical and the Hindu doctrines. 156 pages, ISBN 0766106012, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Changing World (1909), Fifteen lectures delivered in London during May, June, and July 1909. The new doors opening in religion, science and art; brotherhood applied to social conditions, the coming race, the place of theosophy in the coming civilization; the sixth sub-race; the sacramental life; the nature of the Christ; the theosophical student in face of revelations, inspiration and observation. 372 pages, ISBN 0766105814, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Coming of the World Teacher (1926), A Lecture given at the Queenís Hall, London, on November 1,1925. 112 pages, ISBN 0766101673, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Death and After (1919) and Memories of Past Lives (1918), This book contains two smaller works by Annie Besant. Death and After? is No. 3 of the Theosophical Manuals series and is designed to meet the public demand for a simple exposition of theosophical teachings. Memories of Past Lives is No. 96 of the Adyar Pamphlets. This essays discusses the theory of physical evolution and the variety of opinions with regard to details and methods of evolution. 112 pages, ISBN 0766176452, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Dharma (1899), Three Lectures delivered at the 80th annual convention of the Indian section held at Benares on October 25th, 1898. Contents: Differences; Evolution; Right and Wrong. 112 pages, ISBN 0766103773, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Doctrine of the Heart and Path of Discipleship (1899), We have combined two smaller books by Annie Besant into one. The Doctrine of the Heart contains extracts from Hindu letters, with a foreword by Annie Besant. The Path of Discipleship contains four lectures delivered at the 20th anniversary of the Theosophical Society at Adyar, Madras. These lectures are entitled: first steps; qualifications for discipleship; life of the disciple; and future progress of humanity. 242 pages, ISBN 0766150313, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Esoteric Christianity or the Lesser Mysteries (1918), The Hidden Side of Religions; The Hidden Side of Christianity; The Historical Christ; The Mythic Christ; The Mystic Christ; The Atonement; Resurrection and Ascension; The Trinity; Prayer; Forgiveness of Sins; Sacraments; Revelation; Index. 416 pages, ISBN 0766100995, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Evolution of Life and Form and Self and Its Sheaths (1918), This publication contains two smaller works by Annie Besant. Evolution of Life and Form is a series of four lectures delivered at the 23rd anniversary meeting of the Theosophical Society at Adyar, Madras. These lectures are entitled: ancient and modern science; functions of the gods; evolution of life; and evolution of form. Self and Its Sheaths is another collection of four lectures delivered at the 19th anniversary of the Theosophical Society at Adyar Madras. These lectures are entitled: the self and its sheaths; body of action; body of feeling; and the object of the sheaths. 288 pages, ISBN 0766150275, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Four Great Religions (1897), This work is designed to present four of the chief religions of the world side by side, each as it appears to its more thoughtful and liberal adherents. The fundamental unity of these religions is thus made apparent, and it is seen that, instead of bending our efforts to convert our neighbors to out own faith, we should do well to search out and bring forth the spiritual treasures it contains. 140 pages, ISBN 0766106020, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Giordano Bruno: Theosophyís Apostle in the Sixteenth Century (1913), Annie Besantís lecture on Giordano Bruno at the Sorbonne. The same place in which he set forth his theories on the Infinite Universe, on the Universal Life, on the Immortality and Eternity of the human Spirit and on the Life Heroic that leads to human perfection. Later, Bruno was to be burned at the stake for those same teachings. Giordano Bruno, a man of inspiration. 112 pages, ISBN 1564595471, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, H.P. Blavatsky and the Masters of Wisdom (1918), This little volume was issued as a Transaction of the H.P.B. Lodge, London by Annie Besant, the president of the Theosophical Society. In this book Besant discusses H.P. Blavatsky, her life, work and teachings; in addition to other Masters within the Theosophical Society. 110 pages, ISBN 0766150143, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Hints on the Study of the Bhagavad Gita (1906), This work contains four lectures delivered at the 30th anniversary meeting of the Theosophical Society at Adyar, Madras, December 1905. Contents: Great Unveiling; As Yoga Shastra; Methods of Yoga Bhakti; Discrimination and Sacrifice. 136 pages, ISBN 0766176630, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, How India Wrought for Freedom: The Story of the National Congress Told from Official Records (1915), A plain story of India's constitutional struggle for Freedom, a story so pathetic in its patience, so strong in its endurance, so far-seeing in its wisdom, that it is India's justification - if any justification can be needed for asserting the right to Freedom - for her demand for Home Rule. 734 pages, ISBN 0766105970, $43.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Immediate Future (1911), Impending physical changes; Growth of a world-wide religion; Coming of a world teacher; social problems: self sacrifice or revolution? Religious problems: dogmatism or mysticism; England and India: the emergence of a world religion. 190 pages, ISBN 0766105016, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, In the Outer Court (1895), Five lectures given at the European Theosophical Society August 1895. Contents: Purification; Thought Control; Building of Character; Spiritual Alchemy; On the Threshold. 188 pages, ISBN 0766126803, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Initiation: The Perfecting of Man (1923), Contents: Man of the World: His First Steps; Seeking the Master; Finding the Master; The Christ Life; Christ Triumphant, and the Work of the Hierarchy; Why We Believe in the Coming of a World Teacher. 148 pages, ISBN 1564596184, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Introduction to Yoga (1908), These lectures are intended to give an outline of Yoga in order for the student to take up for practical purposes. The Nature of Yoga; Schools of Thought; Yoga as a Science; Yoga as Practice. 158 pages, ISBN 0766102777, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Karma and Man and His Bodies (1918), This book contains two smaller works of Annie Besant. Both Karma and Man and His Bodies are manuals from the Theosophical Manuals Series. These little books are written for busy men and women of the work a day world who seek to make plain some of the great truths that render life easier to bear and death easier to face. 194 pages, ISBN 0766150283, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Letters from the Masters of the Wisdom (1923), A booklet containing letters from the true Founders of the Theosophical Society. Contents: Theosophical Society and its work; path of discipleship; India and the theosophical movement; letters of personal counsel; letters about D.K.M.; general; marginal letters; the French letter of 1870;on the use of the letters by theosophical writers; future of the T.S. 140 pages, ISBN 0766133036, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Lives of Alcyone Vol. 1 (1924), Volume 1 of 2. This is one of the first serious attempts to link together many lives of many persons in consecutive order, and they throw much light on the workings of karma and the law of reincarnation. The pictures were done by one of the authorsí helpers who was an artist and to some extent a clairvoyant and intuitive. They give a fair idea of the appearance of the subject of the biographies, as he was known to the authors. 398 pages, ISBN 0766148122, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Lives of Alcyone Vol. 2 (1924), Volume 2 of 2. This is one of the first serious attempts to link together many lives of many persons in consecutive order, and they throw much light on the workings of karma and the law of reincarnation. The pictures were done by one of the authorsí helpers who was an artist and to some extent a clairvoyant and intuitive. They give a fair idea of the appearance of the subject of the biographies, as he was known to the authors. 406 pages, ISBN 0766153819, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, London Lectures of 1907 (1909), Theosophist lectures by the President of the Theosophical Society. Contents: Psychism and spirituality; Place of masters in religions; Theosophy and the Theosophical Society; Place of phenomena in the Theosophical Society; Spiritual and temporal authority; Relation of the masters of the Theosophical Society; Future of the Theosophical Society; Value of theosophy in the world of thought; Field of work of the Theosophical Society. 204 pages, ISBN 0766129691, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Manís Life in This and Other Worlds and How a World Teacher Comes (1913), Found in this volume are two smaller works by Annie Besant. Manís Life in This and Other Worlds contains essays entitled: manís life in the physical world and the meaning of death; manís life in the astral world and after death; manís life in the mental world and after death; the spirit who is man and the spiritual life. How a World Teacher Comes, is seen through ancient and modern psychology. It is a compendium of four lectures delivered at the Queenís Hall, London during June and July 1926. 196 pages, ISBN 0766150151, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Masters and the Way to Them (1912), Delivered in the Dome, Brighton, on 30th June, 1911. 112 pages, ISBN 0766101665, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Mysticism (1914), The meaning and method of mysticism; The God-Idea; The Christ-Idea; The Man-Idea; Interpretations. 150 pages, ISBN 0766100952, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Pedigree of Man (1908), The subject of our past is of profound interest, but errors in detail may consist with a helpful grasp of main truths and principles. I have spared no pains to arrive at facts and avoid mistakes, but accuracy of such questions is more a question of power than of care. 208 pages, ISBN 0766105806, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Popular Lectures on Theosophy (1919), What is Theosophy? The Ladder of Lives; Reincarnation: Its Necessity; Reincarnation: Its Answers to Lifeís Problems; Law of Action and Reaction; Manís Life in the Three Worlds. 124 pages, ISBN 1564595455, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Problems of Reconstruction (1919), This volume contains lectures delivered at the forty-third Anniversary Meeting of the Theosophical Society at Delhi, December 1918. Contents: religious reconstruction; social reconstruction; political reconstruction; educational reconstruction. 108 pages, ISBN 0766166309, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Psychology (1911), Essays and Addresses, Volume 1. This volume contains a collection of essays entitled: a word on man, his nature and his powers; proofs of the existence of the soul; individuality; emotion, intellect and spirituality; on mood; hypnotism; memory; nature of memory; and clairvoyance and mental healing. 338 pages, ISBN 0766150372, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Real and the Unreal (1923), Being four Convention lectures delivered at Adyar at the forty-seventh anniversary of the Theosophical Society, December 1922. Contents: Your World and Ours by Annie Besant; The Centre and the Circumference by George S. Arundale; Vision of the God Man by C. Jinarajadasa. 138 pages, ISBN 0766166155, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Reincarnation (1919), Partial Contents: The meaning of reincarnation; What is it that reincarnates; What is it that does not reincarnate; Method of reincarnation; Object of reincarnation; Causes of reincarnation; Proofs of reincarnation; Objections to reincarnation. 112 pages, ISBN 1564597040, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Religious Problem in India (1902), There are four things to study in a religion; it's founder, whose life and character will be impressed on it; the exoteric religion, for the masses of the people; the philosophy, necessary for the learned and the cultured; the mysticism, expressing the universal yearning of the human spirit for union with its source. 134 pages, ISBN 0766105938, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Riddle of Life and How Theosophy Answers It, The Meaning of Theosophy; The Solar System; Man and His Worlds; Man and His Mortal Bodies; Manís Immortal Bodies; The Law of Rebirth; The Riddle of Love and Hate; Karma; Thought-Power and Its Use; Steps on the Path; Our Elder Brothers. 112 pages, ISBN 0766102661, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Seven Principles of Man, Revised and corrected edition. Contents: The Dense Physical Body; The Etheric Double; Prana the Life; The Desire Body; The Quaternary, or Four Lower Principles; Manas, the Thinker, or Mind; Subtle Forms of the Fourth and Fifth Principles; The Monad in Evolution; plus more! 112 pages, ISBN 1564596281, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Shall India Live or Die (1925), This book was intended to prove the inefficiency of British rule in India in matters on which the life of the nation depended. The facts and figures are taken from sources which cannot be challenged, and they reveal the tragedy which has reduced to poverty the nation of which the wealth attracted the European merchants. 190 pages, ISBN 0766150356, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Shri Rama Chandra The Ideal King: Some Lessons from the Ramayana (1905), Youth and marriage; forest for throne; brotherly love; the carrying off of Sita; struggle; triumph. 192 pages, ISBN 076610589X, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Some Problems of Life (1900), Problems of ethics, sociology and religion, and some difficulties of the inner life. 146 pages, ISBN 0766105822, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Spiritual Life (1923), This book is another in the series Essays and Addresses. Found within are the essays entitled: spiritual life for the man of the world; some difficulties of the inner life; place of peace; devotion and the spiritual life; ceasing of sorrow; value of devotion; spiritual darkness; meaning and method of the spiritual life; theosophy and ethics; supreme duty; use of evil; manís quest for God; discipleship; perfect man; and the future that awaits us. 280 pages, ISBN 0766150380, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Study in Consciousness: A Contribution to the Science of Psychology (1915), Partial Contents: Origination of Monad; Formation of the Atom; Spirit Matter; Sub Planes; Consciousness; Peopling of the Field; Permanent Atom; Group Souls; Unity of consciousness; Mechanism of Consciousness; First Human Steps; Consciousness, Self-Consciousness, Human Consciousness; Monad at Work; Nature of Memory. 472 pages, ISBN 0766105148, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Study in Karma and Laws of the Higher Life (1912), In this book we have combined two smaller works by Annie Besant. A Study in Karma gives an in depth dissertation on karma: its principles, application, different types and a myriad other topics relative to karma. Laws of the Higher Life is a series of lectures delivered at the 12th annual convention of the Indian Section of the Theosophical Society, held at Benares in December 1902. These three lectures are entitled: larger consciousness; law of duty; and law of sacrifice. 204 pages, ISBN 0766150305, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, SuperóHuman Men in History and Religion (1913), Contents: Manifestations of Superhuman Beings in our World; Saviors of the World; World-Teachers; The Christ in Man; The Restoration of the Mysteries; The Conditions of Intellectual and Spiritual Growth; The Policy of the Theosophical Society. 140 pages, ISBN 1564596214, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Talks with a Class (1922), Contents: Devachan, a world of thought; factors in spiritual progress; Yucatan brotherhood; unconsciousness preceding Devachan; answers to some questions; after death experiences of suicides; byways of evolution; some phases of the higher consciousness; man, his own recording angel; divine versus human justice; non physical beings; roots of desire; and reality of Devachan. 216 pages, ISBN 0766150364, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophical Lectures Chicago 1907 (1907), And answers to theosophical questions, being a part of the transactions of the convention of the American Section of the Theosophical Society. A collection of four lectures given by Annie Besant in Chicago. Titles: Psychism and Spirituality; Place of Masters in Religions; Value of Theosophy in the World of Thought; Theosophical Work in India. 154 pages, ISBN 0766138453, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1910-June 1910), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1910-June 1910. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: The Outcasts by William H. Kirby; Islam in the Light of Theosophy by Annie Besant; Brotherhood, As Understood in South Africa by H.S.L. Polak; Force Centres and the Serpent Fire by C.W. Leadbeater; and much more. 450 pages, ISBN 0766152669, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1911-June 1911), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1911-June 1911. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: A Helperís Experiences in the Underworld by H.O. Wolfe-Murray; Opening of the New Cycle by Annie Besant; Astrology in the Light of Theosophy by Alan Leo; and much more. 516 pages, ISBN 0766152561, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1912-June 1912), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1912-June 1912. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Christ in Art by Marguerite Pollard; Animated Statutes of Egypt by Madeleine de Bryas; America, Past and Future by Weller Van Hook; Dionysus Cult in Its Relation to Christianity by George Seaver; Ethics and Life by Mellina DíAsbeck; and much more. 512 pages, ISBN 0766152464, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1913-June 1913), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1913-June 1913. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Bases of Theosophy by James H. Cousins; Hindu Realism by F. Otto Schrader; Time and Eternity by J.S. MacKenzie; Dutch Sinology by Henri Borel; Antistar by Charles Lazenby; and much more. 494 pages, ISBN 0766152529, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1914-June 1914), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1914-June 1914. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: From the Diary of a Traveling Philosopher by Hermann Keyserling; Consciousness as Conditioned by the Body by Charles J. Whitby; Ghosts Among the Greeks and Romans by Lacy Collison-Morley; Theosophy and the Child by L. Haden Guest; and much more. 492 pages, ISBN 076615260X, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1923-June 1923), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1923 to June 1923. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Future of the Drama by G.A.; Studies in Occult Chemistry and Physics by G.E. Sutcliffe; Science: or God Manifesting as Knowledge by Annie Besant; Watchfulness by C.W. Leadbeater; and much more. 386 pages, ISBN 0766151808, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1925-June 1925), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1925 to June 1925. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Karma: Its Racial and National Aspect by Alice Warren Hamaker; Chinese Philosophy by C. Spurgeon Medhurst; Foundations of National Greatness by James F. Harvey; Investigation of Charlier Upon the Infinity of the Universe by C.P. Heyting; and much more. 444 pages, ISBN 0766151794, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1926-June 1926), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1926 to June 1926. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Warclouds by W.J. Heyting; Language and Its Origin by Leonard Bosman; Ancient Egypt Reborn in America by Weller Van Hook; Islam in India by Zubaida Syed; and much more. 446 pages, ISBN 0766151859, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1927-June 1927), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1927-June 1927. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Pathway of National Regeneration by K.S. Chandrasekhara Aiyar; Persian Mystics by C. Narayanswamy; Phenomena of Brain Direction by A.E. Ellis; The Masters from a Christian Point of View by A Seeker; and much more. 432 pages, ISBN 0766151891, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1928-June 1928), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1928-June 1928. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: The Great White Lodge and the Theosophical Society by G.S. Arundale; Fantastical Dialogue; Hunger for Education, the Second All-India Womenís Conference on Educational Reform by Margaret E. Cousins; and much more. 462 pages, ISBN 076615193X, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1929-June 1929), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1929-June 1929. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Shelley on the Will by James H. Cousins; Masters as Journalists by Mary K. Neff; Youth the Rose by Kester Baruch; Mechanism of Life by Alexander Horne; The Truth Shall Make You Free by P.J. Foster; and much more. 348 pages, ISBN 0766151972, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1931-June 1931), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1931-June 1931. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Leadership by G.S. Arundale; The Four Accomplishments by Ernest Wood; Akbar Ashram by A.H. Jaisinghani; Service by William E. Duckering; Union Between the East and West by A. Rangaswami Aiyar; and much more. 422 pages, ISBN 0766152065, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (April 1933-June 1933), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine April 1933-June 1933. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: A World in Distress by L.W. Rogers; An Experiment in Practical Brotherhood by E.M. Whyte; Jail Life in India by Twice-In-Gaol; Aura in Hindu Literature by B.S. Ramasubbier; Reincarnation as Fact and Illusion by E.V. Hayes; The Pathless Land by Ernest Wood; and much more. 398 pages, ISBN 0766152154, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine Collection (1920-1955), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1920; June and July 1948; July 1949; February, March and May 1953; February and March 1955. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Hamlet, A Saga of the Soul by Isabelle M. Pagan; Adult Childishness by Cyril Scott; Seven Keys to the Holy Quaran by Jagat Narayan; Democracy and World Peace by Henry S.L. Polak; Contribution of Theosophists to the Worldís Welfare by C. Jinarajadasa; Path in Ancient Egypt by Duncan Greenless; Aspects of Living by Sidney A. Cook; What Shall We Proclaim by Joseph Zahara; International Integration by Michail Alexander; Sacred Language of Symbols and Some Keys of Interpretation by Geoffrey Hodson; and much more. 734 pages, ISBN 0766153533, $43.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (February 1909-March 1909), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine February 1909-March 1909. Also found in this volume is the General Report of the Thirty-Third Anniversary and Convention of the Theosophical Society. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Ethics of Competition by F.G.C. Hynes; Search for God by Annie Besant; A Few Characteristics of Jainism by Rickhab Dass; and much more. 422 pages, ISBN 0766152596, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (February 1912-March 1912), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine February 1912-March 1912. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: A Study in Karma by Annie Besant; Buddhi, the Intuition of Wisdom by W. Melville-Newton; Existing Symbolism of Aztec Sun-Worship by Adelia H. Taffinder; Concerning Alcyone by Eveline; and much more. 624 pages, ISBN 0766152553, $38.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1910-March 1910), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1910-March 1910. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Man and the Mountain, An Analogy by W.H. Kirby; Esperanto Vocabulary of Theosophical and Sanskrit Terms by Albert P. Warrington; Round the Village Tree by Annie Besant; Successive Life Periods of the Man by Annie Besant; and much more. 414 pages, ISBN 0766152650, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1913-March 1913), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1913-March 1913. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky by Madame Pissareff; A Jain Meditation by Acharya Amibgati Svami; Rebirth of China by C. Spurgeon Medhurst; Adyar in Convention by William H. Kirby; and much more. 554 pages, ISBN 0766152499, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1915-March 1915), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1915-March 1915. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Reality of Knowledge by Charles J. Whitby; The Occultist and The Mystic by E.A. Wodehouse; Ghost of Hiram-Barker by F. Hadland Davis; Hospital Work in France; and much more. 296 pages, ISBN 0766152634, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1918-March 1918), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1918-March 1918. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Keltic Myth Behind King Lear by Isabelle M. Pagan; Princessí Destiny by Jean R. Bindley; Silver Feather by L.E. Girard; Movement, and the Culture of Expression by Eleanor M. Elder; and much more. 379 pages, ISBN 0766152510, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1925-March 1925), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1925 to March 1925. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Sacrifices of Olden Times and the Theosophical Ideal of Self-Sacrifice by W. Wynn Westcott; Story of My Garden by Nadarbeg K. Mirza; Impressions of ìThe Early Teachings of the Mastersî by L.A. Compton-Rickett; A Game of God by ìTwo Wayfarers; and much more. 452 pages, ISBN 0766151786, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1926-March 1926), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1926 to March 1926. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Some Social Reforms Now Pending by Alice Warren Hamaker; Art Culture and the Child by M.W. Barrie; Studies in Occult Chemistry and Physics by G.E. Sutcliffe; Theosophising Commerce by T. Kennedy; and much more. 432 pages, ISBN 0766151840, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1927-March 1927), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1927-March 1927. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Random Occult Investigations by C. Jinarajadasa; The Christ Love Made Manifest by H.M.M.; Durga, The World-Mother Aspect of God by Nibaran Chandra Basu; Magicianís Garden by Franco Perkins; and much more. 458 pages, ISBN 0766151883, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1928-March 1928), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1928-March 1928. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Ancestral Worship of the Chinese People by A. Bharathi; Indian Painting by James H. Cousins; We Are Responsible for Adyar, A Roof Talk by George S. Arundale; Thoughts on Ramayana by G. Vasudeva Rao; Another Occult Law Confirmed by Alexander Horne; and much more. 454 pages, ISBN 0766151921, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1929-March 1929), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1929-March 1929. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Universal Mystery by A. Kamensky; Science of Peace by J.E. Marcault; Methods of Spiritual Training by J.I. Wedgwood; Become an Artist by Beatrice Wood; Impressions of Convention at Benares by Helen Veale; and much more. 374 pages, ISBN 0766151964, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1930-April 1930), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1930-April 1930. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: A Winterís Nightís tale by John Caldwell-Johnston; Race Deterioration by Ales Hrdlicka; Type Problems of the Personality by Marie R. Hotchener; President Hoover and Child Welfare by George J. Shibley; Liberalizing Christianity by Ava Boman; and much more. 396 pages, ISBN 0766152081, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1931-March 1931), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1931-March 1931. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Symbolism of the Borobudur by A.J. Hamerster; Menace of the Machine by M.R. St. John; The Kitchen by Graham Hope; Inside an Ancient Volcano by Stanley Rogers; Vivisection in Charge by Robert R. Logan; and much more. 398 pages, ISBN 0766152057, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1932-April 1932), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1932-April 1932. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Letters of H.P. Blavatsky by Annie Besant; Colonel Olcottís History of the Theosophical Society by Bertram Keightley; Philosophy of Pain by G.N. Mallik; World Creation by Hedwig S. Albarus; A Star Lesson by Edward Bennett; and much more. 518 pages, ISBN 0766152022, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1933-March 1933), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1933-March 1933. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Higher Self and the Lower by G.S. Arundale; Mastery of Destiny by Josephine Ransom; Purity, Will and Free-Will by Hamilton Stark; Art Modes of the Future by Geoffrey Hodson; Physical Plane by M.R. St. John; These My Brethren by Edith Kohn; and much more. 384 pages, ISBN 0766152146, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (January 1934-April 1934), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine January 1934-April 1934. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Lamasery at New York by Mary K. Neff; Beginnings of English Co- Masonry by C. Jinarajadasa; Initiation by a Hindu Mystic by Rai Bahadur Panda Baijnath; At Boro-budur by Geoffrey Hodson; Notes on Eclipse Lore by C. Nelson Stewart; and much more. 540 pages, ISBN 0766152111, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1910-September 1910), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1910-September 1910. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Mythology of Ancient Ireland by James H. Cousins; Fragments of Ancient Hawaiian Lore by Sirra; Prana, or Vitality by C.W. Leadbeater; Master Builder by Kaber Harrison; and much more. 452 pages, ISBN 0766152677, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1911-September 1911), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1911-September 1911. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: History Repeats Itself by Margherita Ruspoli; Criticism of Theosophy by Johan Van Manen; A Study in Karma by Annie Besant; Life, The Great Initator by Nina de Gernet; and much more. 508 pages, ISBN 076615257X, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1912-September 1912), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1912-September 1912. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Growth of the TS by Annie Besant; Perception in Men and Animals by A Russian; Vision of the Spirit by C. Jinarajadasa; Zoroastrian Rites and Ceremonies by Shams-Ul-Ulma Ervad Jivanji J. Modi; The Old Order Changeth by A. Rangaswami Aiyar; and much more. 510 pages, ISBN 0766152472, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1913-September 1913), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1913-September 1913. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Ritual of Play, the Symbolism of Childrenís Toys and Games by Claude Bragdon; Aryanisation of Egypt by R.B.D.B.; Theosophy by Ithuriel; Theosophy and Darwin by W.D.S. Brown; Education and How a Theosophist May Help It by Alice E. Adair; and much more. 492 pages, ISBN 0766152537, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1914-September 1914), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1914-September 1914. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Mystical Poetry of Persia by F. Hadland Davis; Hindu Problem in Canada by Hamilton R. Mohler; How We Remember Our Past Lives by C. Jinarajadasa; S. Bernard of Clairvaux; and much more. 468 pages, ISBN 0766152618, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1923-September 1923), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1923 to September 1923. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Social Organization: or God Manifesting as Society by Annie Besant; Psychophobia by Woodruff Sheppard; Races of Man According to Anthropology by Leonard Tristram; Notes on Dante by Margherita Ruspoli; and much more. 466 pages, ISBN 0766151816, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1924-September 1924), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1924 to September 1924. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Brotherhood in Literature by Charles Whitby; Doctrine and Historicity of Pre-Existence and Reincarnation by Holden Edward Sampson; Early History of the TS by H.P. Blavatsky; Lives of Alcyone; Symbolism by an Indian Student; and much more. 448 pages, ISBN 076615176X, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1925-September 1925), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1925 to September 1925. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Brief Sketch of the Life and Teachings of Pythagoras by M. Florence Tiddeman; International Justice and Peace by Ciro F. Mendez; Non-Existence of a Personal God by C. Jinarajadasa; A Biographical Sketch and An Appreciation of Alexandra Pogossky by K. Pissarev; and much more. 454 pages, ISBN 0766151824, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1926-September 1926), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1926-September 1926. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Womanís Place in Politics by W.J. Heyting; Mystery of the Buddha by Ernest Wood; Culled from the Garden of Life by Irmin Hood; Joy by Arthur Robson; and much more. 428 pages, ISBN 0766151867, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1927-September 1927), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1927-September 1927. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: The Brotherhood of Angels and Of Men by Geoffrey Hodson; Idealism of Theosophy by C. Jinarajadasa; A Message of the Coming at the Gateway of Tibet by Pathfinder; As Others See Us by Norris W. Rakestraw; Path of the Initiate King by Duncan Greenlees; and much more. 436 pages, ISBN 0766151905, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1928-September 1928), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1928-September 1928. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Masonic Work by C. Jinarajadasa; Mechanism of Consciousness by Annie Besant; Good and Evil by H.P. Blavatsky; What is Sin by David W. Miller; How China Prays for Rain by A. Bharathi; and much more. 412 pages, ISBN 0766151948, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1929-September 1929), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1929-September 1929. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: SíOrienter by James David Bibb; Natural Theosophy by Ernest Wood; Magnetic Astronomy and Astrophysics by G.E. Sutcliffe; The Night by Anna Kamensky; Cult of the Physical by Eveline Lauder; and much more. 370 pages, ISBN 0766151980, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1931-September 1931), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1931-September 1931. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: The Will and the Plan in Science by V. Appa Row; Three Gunas by A. Rangaswami Aiyar; Unity of Asiatic Thought by Bhagavan Das; How to Make the Adyar Centre More useful by Trude Engel; Message of Krishnamurti by F.M. Lee; and much more. 448 pages, ISBN 0766152030, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (July 1933-September 1933), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine July 1933-September 1933. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Towards a Religious Synthesis by James H. Cousins; Century Gap by John Barron; Bernard Shaw and Annie Besant by C. Jinarajadasa; A Return to Life by Della English; Worldís Economic Crisis by Jas. S. McConechy; and much more. 392 pages, ISBN 076615212X, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (May 1932-August 1932), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine May 1932-August 1932. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Goetheís Faust by C. Jinarajadasa; Einstein and Theosophy by C. Haegler; Science and Scientific Method by L.C. Soper; Bridge-Building at Geneva by J.L. Davidge; Eithlinn, Our Lady of the Shadows by F.H. Aldhouse; and much more. 636 pages, ISBN 0766152014, $38.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (May 1934-August 1934), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine May 1934-August 1934. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Life After Death by Annie Besant; Hero, Saint and Sage by A.J. Hamerster; Last Pilgrimage of the Rabbi by V.N. Sharma; Yoga Sutras of Patanjali by Manjeri Venkata Raya Iyer; Theosophists and National Festivals by Alex Elmore; Reformers and Human Nature by A.P. Warrington; and much more. 522 pages, ISBN 0766152103, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1908-January 1909), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1908-January 1909. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Some Occult Indications in Ancient Astronomy by S. Stuart; An 18th Century German Mystic by Elisabeth Severs; Studies in Comparative Science by L.C. Appel; Story of the Cross by Sydney H. Old; and much more. 418 pages, ISBN 0766152588, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1909-December 1909), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1909-December 1909. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Science of Peace by Annie Besant; Dangers of Occultism by Franz Hartmann; Mysterious Tribes by Radha Bai; Beginnings of the Sixth Root Race by C.W. Leadbeater; Mental Intensity by Ernest Wood; and much more. 456 pages, ISBN 0766152642, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1911-January 1912), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1911-January 1912. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Buddhistic Symbols and Ceremonies in the Roman Church by Franz Hartmann; The Masters and the Way to Them by Annie Besant; Plea for Mysticism by Marguerite Pollard; Textbook of Theosophy by C.W. Leadbeater; Electricity and Psychology by G.V. Jepp; and much more. 682 pages, ISBN 0766152545, $41.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1912-December 1912), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1912-December 1912. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Outline of Manichaeism by Raimond van Marle; Aspects of the Christ by Annie Besant; Bhakti Marga of Pandharpur by V.R. Karandikar; Some Ideals of Astrology by Marie Russak; and much more. 518 pages, ISBN 0766152480, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1914-December 1914), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1914-December 1914. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Aryan Mythology by Isabelle M. Pagan; The Buddhaís Daily Life by F.L. Woodward; Outline of Essenism by Raimond van Marle; Religion of Richard Wagner by Clement Antrobus Harris; and much more. 314 pages, ISBN 0766152626, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1917-December 1917), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1917-December 1917. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Mrs. Besant as a Fabian Socialist by G. Bernard Shaw; Dominus Vobiscum by C.W. Leadbeater; Francis Bacon and The Cipher Story by F.L. Woodward; Rents in the Veils of Time, the Lives of Ulysses; and much more. 374 pages, ISBN 0766152502, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1924-December 1924), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1924 to December 1924. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Infant Prodigies by L.E. Tristram; How Much Owest Thou by Amu Alpha; What is Truth by Jacob Bonggren; Love of God and Islam by Zubaida Khatun; and much more. 452 pages, ISBN 0766151778, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1925-December 1925), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1925 to December 1925. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Dolce Far Niente by L.C. Soper; Tithing by Adelia H. Taffinder; Swedenborg as Theosophist by G. Baseden Butt; Divers Ways of His Coming by Oscar G. Kollerstrom; Esoteric Teachings by T. Subba Row; and much more. 476 pages, ISBN 0766151832, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1926-December 1926), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1926-December 1926. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Modernism in Painting by Jean Delville; The First Theosophical Broadcasting Station in the World by G.S. Arundale; Enjoyment of the Tragic Drama by D. Jeffrey Williams; and much more. 430 pages, ISBN 0766151875, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1927-December 1927), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1927-December 1927. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Control of Industry by R.J. Roberts; Radiation of Power, One Aspect of the Work of the Theosophist by Geoffrey Hodson; Theosophical Education by B. Rajagopalan; Indian Affinities in Asian Architecture by James H. Cousins; The Future of Europe, Peace or War by Annie Besant; and much more. 430 pages, ISBN 0766151913, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1928-December 1928), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1928-December 1928. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: St. Michaelís, Huizen by Penman; Theosophy of Islam by Nadarbeg K. Mirza; On the Path of Discipleship by Byron Casselberry; A Woman Messiah in the Middle Ages by M. Lahy-Hollebecque; and much more. 394 pages, ISBN 0766151956, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1929-December 1929), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1929-December 1929. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: A Talk to Prisoners by C. Jinarajadasa; Curse of the Tower Chamber by Janet MacDonald Clark; Ojai Star Camp by Max Wardall; From Peace to Power by Annie Besant; Beyond Our Stages by E. Bennett; How an Atom Explodes by W.A. Wooster; and much more. 454 pages, ISBN 0766151999, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1931-December 1931), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1931-December 1931. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Three Points of Liberation by C. Jinarajadasa; Heart of Adyar by Anna Kamensky; Physical Science and Occult Science by D. Jeffrey Williams; Death, Friend or Foe by C. Nagahawatte; What of Youth by Byron W. Casselberry; and much more. 400 pages, ISBN 0766152049, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (October 1933-December 1933), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine October 1933-December 1933. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Did Madame Blavatsky Forge the Mahatma Letters by C. Jinarajadasa; Many Know Thyself by B.W. Allen; Self-Making by Kate Smith; Warrior of Peace by Wayfarer; Agony of the Aspirant by Dayaram Gidumal; and much more. 408 pages, ISBN 0766152138, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (September 1930-December 1930), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine September 1930-December 1930. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Symposium, The Geneva Congress by Marie R. Hotchener; Ommen and Ojai by Beatrice Wood; Psychotherapy by Peter Gray Wolf; Peering at Higher Space by Annabel Ledlie Berry; The Rubaiyat by Leo L. Partlow; and much more. 362 pages, ISBN 0766152073, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (September 1932-December 1932), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine September 1932-December 1932. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Fifth Root Race and Its Migration by C.W. Leadbeater; Essentials of Political Science by D. Geoffrey Williams; A Study in Races and Half Castes by Louis B. Hall; The Ideal of Empire by Leonard Bosman; and much more. 618 pages, ISBN 0766152006, $38.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophist Magazine (September 1934-December 1934), This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine September 1934-December 1934. It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviewsî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Power and the Glory by Orline Barnett Moore; Nationalism, Sane and Insane by Mrs. Ernest Bryce; Theosophical Order of Service by Kevalram Dayaram; Celibate or Married Priests by C. Jinarajadasa; An Afternoon of Evolution by David Learmouth; and much more. 474 pages, ISBN 076615209X, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophy and Lifeís Deeper Problems and Theosophical Society: The First Fifty Years (1916), Found in this book are two smaller works. Theosophy and Lifeís Deeper Problems contains the four Convention lectures delivered in Bombay at the 40th anniversary of the Theosophical Society. These lectures are titled: God; man; right and wrong; and brotherhood. In Theosophical Society: The First Fifty Years, the reader will find seven essays by various members of the Theosophical Society entitled: first leaf of theosophical history; charter of the Theosophical Society; our three objects; first quarter century; wider outlook; Theosophical movement and the masters of wisdom; inner purpose of the Theosophical Society. 190 pages, ISBN 0766150291, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophy and the New Psychology: A Course of Six Lectures (1904), The larger consciousness; the mechanism of consciousness; subconsciousness and super consciousness; clairvoyance and clairaudience; telepathy; methods of unfoldment. 136 pages, ISBN 0766105989, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Theosophy and the Theosophical Society (1913), This volume contains four lectures delivered by Annie Besant at the 37th annual Convention of the Theosophical Society held in Adyar, Madras in 1912. These lectures are entitled: theosophy or paravidya; Theosophy, the open road to the masters; Theosophy, the root of all religions; and the Theosophical Society, its meaning, purpose and functions. 130 pages, ISBN 0766150321, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Thought Forms, It is the authorsí hope - as is their belief - that this little book will serve as a striking moral lesson to every reader, making him realize the nature and power of his thoughts, acting as a stimulus to the noble, a curb on the base. To paint in earthís dull colors the forms clothed in the living light of other worlds is a hard and thankless task; so much the more gratitude is due to those who have attempted it. They needed colored fire, and had only ground earths. 108 pages, ISBN 0766154122, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Thought Power: Its Control and Culture (1908), This book is intended to help the student to study his own nature and cooperate with nature to increase his mental nature. Contents: The Nature of Thought; The Creator of Illusion; Thought Transference; The Beginning of Thought; Memory; The Growth of Thought; Concentration; Obstacles of Concentration; The Strengthening of Thought Power; Helping others By Thought; Conclusion; Indexes. 152 pages, ISBN 156459713X, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Three Paths and Dharma (1902), This little book appeals to the Eastern rather than to the Western type of mind, but so many souls trained in the East are now being reincarnated in the West that it may find friendly readers away from the land of its birth. Addressed to a purely Hindu audience, the lectures contain many common Sanskrit words. 156 pages, ISBN 0766150348, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Universal Text Book of Religion and Morals: Part I and II (1910), Part I; the unity of God; Manifestation of God; the great orders of Living beings; The incarnation of spirit; Two basic laws; Three worlds of human evolution; Part II; the object and basis of morality; Relation between morality, emotion, virtues and vices; Classification of virtues and vices; Virtues and vices in relation to superiors; Virtues and vices in relation to equals; Virtues and vices in relation to inferiors; Interaction between virtues and vices. 384 pages, ISBN 0766106039, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besant, Annie, Wisdom of the Upanishads (1925), This edition contains four convention lectures delivered at the 31st anniversary of the Theosophical Society at Adyar in December 1906. Contents: Brahman is All; Ishvara; Jivatmas; Wheel of Births and Deaths. 114 pages, ISBN 0766158616, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besterman, Theodore, Annie Besant: A Modern Prophet (1934), The author having already published a biography on Annie Besant, this book continues with the story of her life. Contents: brief chronicle; background; young religion; education; marriage; doubt in the Victorian Era; triumph of doubt; Charles Bradlaugh; atheism; the orator; birth control; a Christian father; politics and science; social protest; socialism; trade unionism; faith recaptured; The Secret Doctrine; H.P.B.; The Theosophical Society; new life; onward and upward; theosophy; India, a nation; back of beyond; on stepping stones; earthly, sensual, devilish; his masterís voice; per ardua ad astra; challenge; phoenix no more; abstract. 300 pages, ISBN 0766131637, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besterman, Theodore, Annie Besant Calendar (1927), This is a companion book to Bestermanís ìMind of Annie Besant.î The aim of the Calendar is to give a portrait of the same mind by means of brief passages taken from her works and arranged under appropriate headings. Each passage is followed by an exact reference to its source. 156 pages, ISBN 0766148211, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besterman, Theodore, Crystal Gazing: A Study in the History, Distribution, Theory and Practice of Scrying, Contents: Scryingís Methods, Legend, and Tradition; Scrying in Literature and around the World; The Procedure of Scrying and the Genesis of Visions; Phenomena of Scrying; Raps, Haunting, Telepathy, Spirit Guidance, and much more. Indexed. 194 pages, ISBN 1564595420, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besterman, Theodore, Dictionary of Theosophy, The author attempted to fill a gap in theosophical literature by supplying an up-to-date and complete dictionary of the technical terms current in theosophical literature. The principles on which the dictionary were compiled are fully set out in the introduction, where some related points are also brought forward. The bibliography contains a classified list of the chief works the author used in compiling this reference book. 164 pages, ISBN 0766145662, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Besterman, Theodore, Mind of Annie Besant (1927), This is a companion book to Bestermanís ìAnnie Besant Calendar.î The present work is designed to give a systematic exposition of Annie Besantís attitude to some of the chief problems of man and the universe. Each chapter also contains some account of Besantís practical application of her views, together with references to the chief of writings on each subject. 130 pages, ISBN 0766148203, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beswick, Samuel, Swedenborg Rite and the Great Masonic Leaders of the Eighteenth Century, Contents: Swedenborgís Initiation at Lund; Royal University to Royal College of Mines; TravelsóVisits to Lodges; How the Rite began; Swedenborgian Masons the Great Leaders of the Eighteenth Century; Duke Charles, Grand Master of Germany, King Gustavus III of Sweden, Prince Charles of Sweden, Grand Commander of Scottish Rite; Cardinal Prince de Rohn, Grand Commander of Scottish Rite in France; Count A.J. Von Hopken, Prime Minister of Sweden; C.F. and Aug. Nordenskjold; M. Matheus, Grand Master of France; Counsellor S. Sandel; Benedict Chastanier; Count Zinnendord; Chevalier Savalette de la Lange; Abbe Pernetti; Count Cagliostro; Swedenborgian Rite in America; Charles XII of Sweden; Illuminism. 204 pages, ISBN 1564594246, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Betham, William, The Gael and Cymbri or an Inquiry into the Origin and History of the Irish Scoti, Britons, and Gauls, 1834. Also Containing a History and Origin of the Caledonians, Picts, Welsh, Cornish, and Bretons. The author investigates that the Irish, Britons, and Gauls, of Caesarís day, all spoke the same language, had the same origin, religion, laws, institutions, and customs, and were, in fact, but different branches of the same people. Contents: The Phoenicians; Britons and Gauls; The Celtae; Geoffrey of Monmouth.# 498 pages, ISBN 0766184633, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bett, Henry, Wanderings Among Words, This book is a fascinating study of the history and derivation of many familiar English words. Amongst other things, it deals with some of the primitive elements in our speech which take us back to prehistoric times; with the debt our language owes to Greece and Rome; with words we have inherited from the life and customs of the Middle Ages; and with the odd connections that often exist between words that hardly look as if they were related at all. Contents: primitive; Greece and Rome; middle ages; obsolete words and meanings; trade and commerce; connections and developments; metaphors; oddities. 234 pages, ISBN 0766177920, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bevan, Edwyn, Sibyls and Seers: A Survey of Some Ancient Theories of Revelation and Inspiration (1929), This volume embodies, with some additional matter, six lectures given in Oxford on the Speakerís Foundation for Biblical Studies during Hilary term and Trinity term 1927. Contents: belief in a spirit world; travelers beyond the Bourne; epiphanies and ghosts; voice and the letter; god in the breast; ecstasy and dream. 186 pages, ISBN 0766166120, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bevan, Edwyn R. , Legacy of Israel (1927), This book is concerned with the elements that western civilization has drawn from Israel throughout the ages. It deals with the contribution that has come to human thought from Judaism and the Jewish view of the world. Includes essays by the following authors: Sir George Adam Smith; Edwyn Bevan; F.C. Burkitt; R.T. Herford; A. Guillaume; Charles and Dorothea Singer; Rev. Canon Box; W.B. Selbie; N. Isaacs; L. Roth; A. Meillet; Laurie Magnus; C.G. Montefiore; with an introduction by the Master of Balliol. 676 pages, ISBN 0766140202, $41.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beveridge, William, Thesaurus Theologicus Or A Complete System of Divinity (1711), This complete system of divinity is summed up in brief notes upon select places of the Old and New Testaments, wherein the sacred text is reduced under proper heads, explained, and illustrated with the opinions and authorities of the ancient fathers, councils, etc., with a complete table and index to the whole. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English. 434 pages, ISBN 0766168360, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Beza, Marcu, Paganism in Romanian Folklore (1928), In his youth, the author prayed to the moon, accompanied the procession of the bride-goddess to the various fountains and often wore a disguise for the ritual dances. No doubt faded remnants of such pagan usages linger in other parts of the world. Beza tried to correlate some of these with the Romanian customs, though casually, not because he did not appreciate the comparative method; on the contrary, he added a chapter on Scottish and Romanian ballads, which is little else but a study in parallelisms, and which shows of what advantage such a method might be. Illustrated. 200 pages, ISBN 0766157857, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bezzant, Reg, Story of an Antient Lodge, This short epitome of Masonic history was written to place at the disposal of brethren some knowledge which may be more helpful and easily connected with their lives. This book is divided into three sections: a short history of this ancient and honorable institution; history of an Antient Lodge with qualifying references; and a description of the present work of those three great charitable institutions, the R.M.B.I., the R.M.I.G. and the R.M.I.B., the welfare of which had been in the care of the Masons during the past years. 110 pages, ISBN 0766142086, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bhattacharyya, Benoytosh, Science of Cosmic Ray Therapy (1957), Alternative medical treatment with rays emanating from gemstones. Contents: Birth of cosmic ray therapy; Prism in cosmic ray therapy; Five great elements; Space and the cosmic rays; Condensation of cosmic rays in gems; Seven principal cosmic rays; Rays in relation to disease; Conclusion. 134 pages, ISBN 0766133494, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bhikshu, Bhikshu, Bhakti Yoga (1930), A series of twelve lessons in Bhakti Yoga, the only book on the rationale of Bhakti Yoga. A little book teaching the history, cultivation, philosophy, religious experiences, teachings and the joyfulness of Bhakti Yoga. Nearly every lesson closes with a mantra. 146 pages, ISBN 0766138690, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bhikshu, Bhikshu, Series of Eleven Lessons in Karma Yoga (1928), The Yogi Philosophy of Thought Use and the Yogin Doctrine of Work. 140 pages, ISBN 0766127001, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bhikshu, Subhadra, A Buddhist Catechism Or An Outline of the Doctrine of the Buddha Gotama (1920), This work is presented in the form of question and answer, compiled from the sacred writings of the southern Buddhists for the use of Europeans, with explanatory notes. The book is addressed to those for whom material progress and augmented means of luxury do not constitute the goal of life, and to whom the prevalent cruel strife for the possession of worldly goods and grandeur, which the general selfishness makes each day more pitiless, is abhorrent; who long for that peace of the heart and satisfaction of the understanding which alone give life its value, and who fail to find these things in the soulless dogmas of the various churches. 94 pages, ISBN 0766177688, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bicheno, J., Explanation of Scripture Prophecy: The Signs of the Times Or The Dark Prophecies of Scripture Illustrated (1796), These explanations of scriptural prophecy are illustrated by the application of present important events. These thoughts were published with the purest intentions and the authorís only aims are to serve the interests of Christianity, to promote the welfare of his countrymen and the common cause of humanity, by inviting men to consider the signs of the times; that, as individuals, and as a nation, we may examine our ways, repent and reform. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English. 96 pages, ISBN 0766168352, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bidwell, Benson, Flying Cows of Biloxi (1907), This little volume contains a series of letters written by Benson Bidwell on how he came to create flying cows. Apparently the cows were too short to reach their feed, so Mr. Bidwell, the inventor of the trolley car and electric fan, decided to invent wings for the cows so they could reach their feed. Illustrated. 50 pages, ISBN 0766166252, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bieber, John, Yod He Vau He Or Death Is Overcome, Life Is Everlasting (1920), The mysteries of God made known. The composition of this writing is so intended that it be in harmony with the time and activities of this new day. The prophecy and truth of this writing will only be comprehended by few. The time and science will bring forth the full value and meaning of the contents of this book. The composition is not in the regular order or form. It is more like unto the seven thunders that uttered their voices. This writing will change power and motion and the life and activities of the whole universe. 254 pages, ISBN 0766166627, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bierce, Ambrose, Devilís Dictionary (1941), The most famous dictionary after the OED and Websterís. The renowned author and journalist provides hilariously witty and wise definitions for common words in our language. For example: Abdication - an act whereby a sovereign attests his sense of the high temperature of the throne; Abrupt - sudden, without ceremony, like the arrival of a cannon-shot and the departure of the soldier whose interests are most affected by it. Dr. Samuel Johnson beautifully said of another authorís ideas that they were ìconcatenated without abruption.î 376 pages, ISBN 0766135314, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bierce, Ambrose, Fantastic Fables, 1898. A wonderful collection of 245 tongue-in-cheek fables from the bitter pen of Ambrose Bierce. Bierce, who is one of the rare masters like Aesop and La Fontaine, often personified objects, animals and even abstract concepts to reinforce his satire.# 126 pages, ISBN 0766185850, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bigelow, John, Mystery of Sleep (1905), Why do we spend one third of our lives in sleep?"'; dreams imply imperfect sleep; sleep interrupts all conscious relations with the phenomenal world'; Most conspicuous changes wrought during sleep physical, not physical; the most important events in human history initiated during sleep; spiritual influence of sleep illustrated by its privation; What is meant by God's resting on the seventh day of creation? Prominence given to the morning hour in the bible, and it's spiritual significance; our external and internal memory; in sleep we die daily; why we are not permitted to be conscious of the experiences of the soul in sleep. 224 pages, ISBN 0766105792, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bigelow, William Sturgis, Buddhism and Immortality (1908), This work is taken from the Ingersoll Lecture series. The view of immortality of man is, broadly speaking, that of the Buddhist religion. Buddhism, like many other great religions, is divided into main churches and subdivided into sects. These divisions in Buddhism are commonly called the Northern and the Southern Buddhism. The Northern has its center in the north of India, in Nepal; while the Southern is centered in Ceylon. 82 pages, ISBN 076614531X, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bigg, Charles, Christian Platonists of Alexandria (1886), Eight lectures preached before the University of Oxford in the year 1886 on the foundation of the late Rev. John Bampton, Canon of Salisbury. 332 pages, ISBN 0766128881, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bildersee, Adele, Jewish Post-Biblical History Through Great Personalities (1920), From Jochanan ben Zakki through Moses Mendelssohn. This little book is a compilation of the better known works on Jewish life and letters in post-Biblical times. Effort has been made to select from the pages of post-Biblical Jewish history the outstanding personalities; to present the life and work of each to illustrate the spirit of Judaism in his time; and to analyze and systematize the complex or abstract subject matter so it is easier to comprehend. 310 pages, ISBN 0766142043, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Billing, Archibald, Science of Gems, Jewels, Coins and Medals (1875), This volume discusses gems, jewels, coins and medals of ancient and modern times. At almost all times, gem engravers have cut devices on precious stones so that in fact, as jewels are gems, not all gems are jewels. They are treated the same in this work. Billings writes about the history of coins and medals, some of which are found in archeological sites. The appendix is a translation by Mrs. Billings of the Autobiography of Benedetto Pistrucci. 252 pages, ISBN 0766146081, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bilson, Thomas, Effect of Certain Sermons Touching the Full Redemption of Mankind by the Death and Blood of Christ Jesus (1599), This volume presents the effect of certain sermons wherein besides the merit of Christís suffering, the manner of his suffering, the power of his death, the comfort of his cross, the glory of his resurrection, are handled; what pains Christ suffered in his soul on the cross, together with the place and purpose of his descent to hell after death, with a conclusion to the reader for the clearing of certain objections made against the said doctrine. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English. 434 pages, ISBN 0766171922, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bilson, Thomas, Survey of Christís Sufferings for Manís Redemption and Of His Descent to Hades or Hell for Our Deliverance (1704), The clearness and fullness of the scriptures in the work of our redemption is exactly to be reverenced; so as no man ought to teach or believe anything touching our redemption by Christ, which is not expressly witnessed in the scared scriptures, much less may be distrust the manifest words of the Holy Ghost to be impertinent or insufficient in declaring the true price and mean of our redemption. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English. 712 pages, ISBN 0766169197, $42.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Binet, Alfred, Animal Magnetism (1892), A work written from observations and facts observed in the Salpetriere, in accordance with the experimental method observed in clinical science. Contents: animal magnetism in its beginnings, Mesmer and Puysegur; history of animal magnetism; modes of producing hypnosis; symptoms of hypnosis; hypnotic states; imperfect forms of hypnosis; general study of suggestion; hallucinations; suggestions of movements and acts; paralysis by suggestion, anesthesia; paralysis by suggestion, motor paralysis; application of hypnotism to therapeutics and education; hypnotism and responsibility. 398 pages, ISBN 0766130770, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bingham, Caleb, Columbian Orator: Containing A Variety of Original and Selected Pieces together with Rules Calculated to Improve Youth and Others in the Ornamental and Useful Art of Eloquence (1811), The art of oratory needs no encomium. To cultivate its rudiments and diffuse its spirit among the youth is the design of this book. 302 pages, ISBN 076610821X, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Birkhoff, George D., Aesthetic Measure (1933), An attempt to bring the basic formal side of art within the purview of simple mathematical formula defining aesthetic measure. Contents: the basic formula; polygonal forms; ornaments and tilings; vases; diatonic chords; diatonic harmony; melody; musical quality in poetry; earlier aesthetic theories; art and aesthetics. Over 20 plates and illustrations. 288 pages, ISBN 0766130940, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Birren, Faber, Story of Color (1941), From ancient mysticism to modern science. The story of color is nearly the story of civilization. There is hardly a trace of primitive man dug from a cavern or tomb that does not reveal at least a hint of color. History and culture have never been without color, although much that was symbolic has been lost through the years. This book attempts to review the history of color. The chapters have been written from notes the author has gathered over the years. 338 pages, ISBN 0766142027, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bishop, George, New England Judged By the Spirit of the Lord (1703), The present book is offered in two parts. Part first contains a brief relation of the sufferings of the people called Quakers in New England from the time of their first arrival there in the year 1656 to the year 1660, wherein their merciless whippings, chainings, finings, imprisonings, starvings, burnings in the hand, cutting off of the ears, and putting to death, with divers other cruelties, inflicted upon the bodies of innocent men and women only for conscience sake, are briefly described. In answer to the declaration of their persecutors apologizing for the same, 1659. Second part, being a further relation of the cruel and bloody sufferings of the people called Quakers in New England continued from the year 1660 to 1665. Beginning with the sufferings of William Leddra, whom they put to death. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. 584 pages, ISBN 0766169324, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bispham, David, Quaker Singerís Recollections: An Autobiography (1921), In this book, Bispham refrained from going into many particulars of his artistic career, preferring to give a general survey of its principal points, for his object is not only to interest music lovers by giving them a glimpse into an artistís life, but to provide a stimulus for amateurs who contemplate entering the professional arena, and to show them how necessary it is to have, in the first place, the natural ability, then the inner urge to continue against opposition, and the determination to endure to the end. 434 pages, ISBN 0766162834, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bissell, Edwin Cone, Biblical Antiquities (1888), A handbook for use in seminaries, Sabbath schools, families and by all students of the Bible. The branch of biblical science known as antiquities has to do with the peoples among whom the Bible arose, especially with the Hebrews. In this book, the subject refers mainly to the social, civil and religious conditions of the Hebrew people in biblical times. Contains numerous illustrations and tables. 422 pages, ISBN 0766139786, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bjerregaard, C.H.A., Inner Life and the Tao Teh King, Originally lectures, this volume attempts to give direction to a mystic interpretation of the Tao Teh King in the light of mysticism. Contents: Inner life and the Tao Teh King; inner life; mysticism; simplicity; the sage; Laotzse; longevity; nature worship; Tao; Teh; life, love, light and will; a Shawnee tale; non action; nature; an appendix on Jean Jacques Rousseauís ideas. 240 pages, ISBN 0766134547, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bjerregaard, C.H.A., Lectures on Mysticism and Nature Worship (1897), Contents: Pilgrims of the Infinite. Vision of the Sephiroth; Kabbalistic Worlds and Forces; Dionysius on How to Unite; Cry for Freedom; Appeal for Spiritual Life; Music and Numbers; History in the Heavens; Lawlessness and Occultism; Religion of Jesus; Value of the Bible compared to Oriental Philosophy; Emblems and Symbols; Nature Worship; Influence of the Stars; Merged in the Beloved; and Love. 132 pages, ISBN 1564597539, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bjerregaard, C.H.A., Sufi Interpretations of the Quatrains of Omar Khayyam and Fitzgerald (1902), As an encouragement to study and a key to the riches of the Sufism there are in Omar, the following interpretation is offered. On opposite pages are given Fitzgeraldís rendering and what Sufis recognize in it. The Sufi speaking is not always a contemporary with Omar, nor a Persian or Mohammedan. A Sufi is simply a mystic in Mohammedan garb. The Sufi speaking is now and then, though rarely, using phraseology which is Western. 118 pages, ISBN 0766166767, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bjerregaard, C. H. A, The Great Mother: A Gospel of the Eternally Feminine Occult and Scientific Studies and Experiences in the Sacred and Secret Life, 1913. Nature is a Presence felt everywhere. Call that Presence the Great Mother and you do it right. Contents: The Nature-Mystery of the Great Mother; The Beauty and Art-Mystery of the Great Mother; and The Religious Mystery of the Great Mother. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.# 336 pages, ISBN 0766192393, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bjorkman, Edwin, Search for Atlantis (1927), Excursions by a layman among old legends and new discoveries. The author has constructed a fascinating theory based on researches into classical literature and modern archaeology. It identifies Atlantis with the island of Scheria - the home of Nausicaa in the Odyssey - and both of them with the ancient city of Tarshish, sister city to Gades (or Cadiz, to give it its modern name). His conclusions make extremely interesting reading. 128 pages, ISBN 0766135349, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bjorkman, Edwin, Soul of a Child (1922), The oldest part of Stockholm is a little rocky island. Once it was the whole city. At one end of it stands the huge square-cut pile of the Royal Palace, looking with solemn indifference toward the more modern quarters across the ever hurried waters of the North River. Almost within the shadow of the palace stood the house where Keith first arrived at some sort of consciousness of himself and the surrounding world. This novel tells the tale of Keith and his awakening to the outside world. 318 pages, ISBN 0766169820, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Black, George F., Calendar of Cases of Witchcraft in Scotland 1510 to 1727, From the beginning, the clergy became the leading persecutors of this witches. Before them and their kirk session confessions were mostly taken, and in many instances they took upon themselves to inflict torture to induce confession. An examination of the confessions made by the witches show that they are not the spontaneous utterances of the accused, but the answers to specific questions shaped into substantive confessions, so that it is impossible to distinguish what was put into the mind of those who confessed by their examining torturers from what may have been there before, the result of a common superstition. 104 pages, ISBN 0766158381, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blackie, John Stuart, Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece (1880), Contents: Pandora; Prometheus; Naming of Athens; Bellerophon; Iphigenia; Wail of an Idol; Ariadne; Galatea; Judgment of Paris; Theseus; Feast of Pallas Athena; Aeschylus; Marathon; Salamis; Heraclitus; Anaxagoras; Polemo; notes. 220 pages, ISBN 0766170519, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blackie, John Stuart, The Wisdom of Goethe, 1883. A study of the great German poet-thinker, Johann Wolfgang Goethe. Contents: Chronological Summary of Goetheís Life; Estimate of the Character of Goethe; Life Character and Morals; Religion; Politics; Literature-Poetry; Philosophy, Metaphysics, Logic, Truth and Science; Nature-Natural History; Art; Women; Education and Culture; and a List of Citations.# 342 pages, ISBN 0766185907, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blackman, Aylward M., Luxor and Its Temples (1923), The general aim of this book was to increase the interest of the general public in ancient Egypt, and in adding to the list of subscribers to the Egypt Exploration Society, under the auspices of which a great part of the authorís research work in Egypt had been conducted. Contents: tables of dates; life in ancient Luxor; how Thebes became the capital of Egypt; Thebes, the worldís first monumental city; some great kings in the time of war; famous queen; poems, songs and romances; some funerary temples; bibliography. Illustrated. 258 pages, ISBN 0766146448, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blackmore, Simon Augustine, Spiritism Facts and Frauds (1924), In this exposition, the author summons to his aid the most eminent spiritistic authorities, subjecting their testimony to a keen analysis, and their phenomena and assumptions to a searching criticism. Blackmore proves that some of the phenomena are preternatural beyond all questions, and distinguishes between the frauds of spiritism that are deliberately done by the medium and those inspired by spirits of evil. Sample contents: revival of spiritism; spiritism, old and new; spiritism tainted in its origin; mediums; automatic writing; Ouija board and the preternatural; spurious phenomena; alleged genuine phenomena; theories of causation; theory of telepathy; identification of spirits; claims of spiritists unverified; spirits of spiritism, not the souls of the dead; and others. 536 pages, ISBN 0766139352, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blades, William, Shakespeare and Typography (1872), Being an attempt to show Shakespeareís personal connection with and technical knowledge of the art of printing. Also, remarks upon some common typographical errors with special reference to the text of Shakespeare. Contents: Shakespeare, the many sided; Shakespeare in the printing office; technicalities of printing, as used by Shakespeare. The original book is inscribed by the author. 86 pages, ISBN 0766140067, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blagrave, Joseph, Astrological Practice of Physick: Discovering the True Way to Cure all Kinds of Diseases and Infirmities which are Naturally Incident to the Holy Man (1671), Being performed by such herbs and plants which grow within our own Nation, directing the way to distill and extract their virtues and making up of medicines. Also, a discovery of some notable phylosophical secrets worth our knowledge, relating to a discovery of all kinds of evils, whether natural or by being possessed of an evil spirit, directing how to cast forth the said evil spirit out of any one which is possessed with sundry examples thereof. 166 pages, ISBN 0766105830, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blair, Dr. Hugh, Lectures on Rhetoric, 1911. The lectures on rhetoric by Dr. Hugh Blair are too well known to require an extended introduction. They are based largely upon the system of Aristotle, and have served as the ground work for many modern textbooks on this subject. In their original form they are too long for the use of present-day students, but in the condensed style in which they are presented in this book it is believed they will prove highly beneficial and interesting. Partial Contents: Taste, Style, Structure of Sentences.# 168 pages, ISBN 0766183297, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blake, John F., Astronomical Myths Based on Flammarionís History of the Heavens (1877), This book is founded upon a French work by M. Flammarion which enjoyed considerable popularity. It contained a number of interesting accounts of the various ideas, sometimes mythical, sometimes intended to be serious, that had been entertained concerning the heavenly bodies and our own earth; with a popular history of the earliest commencement of astronomy among several ancient people. In the early days, astronomy was so mixed up with all the affairs of life, and contributed so much even to religion, that a history of its beginnings is found to reveal the origin of several of our ideas and habits, now quite unconnected with the science. Illustrated. 456 pages, ISBN 0766165965, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blake, William, Grave: A Poem Illustrated by Twelve Etchings (1808), The poem by William Blake, together with stunning etchings based on Blakeís original hand-painted illustrations, and Blakeís descriptions of the designs: ìBy the arrangement here made, the regular progression of Man, from his first descent into the Vale of Death, to his last admission into Life eternal, is exhibited.î 24 pages, ISBN 0766130525, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blakeman, Rufus, Philosophical Essay on Credulity and Superstition and also on Animal Fascination or Charming (1849), It was the authorís principal design to present, in a succinct form, opinions and many important facts dispensed through a variety of volumes. Mr. Blakemanís object was to allude to the mental origin of the various popular superstitions that have extensively prevailed among mankind at different periods and briefly to illustrate the physiological and mental influences by which they were fostered and strengthened, often to such a degree as to assume the direction of popular belief and the general sentiment of mankind during their usurpations. Contents: witchcraft; dreams; ghosts; ecstasy, trance, etc.; empiricism and quackery; homeopathy; mesmerism; essay on animal fascination or charming. 208 pages, ISBN 0766165833, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blakey, Robert, Christian Hermits Or The Lives of Several Distinguished Solitaries From the Earliest Ages of the Christian Church Until the 8th Century (1845), With extracts, both in prose and verse, from the ìFathers of the Desertís,î literary remains. The retirement of single individuals from the world, and their voluntary abandonment of every thing like social enjoyment and comfort, forms a curious, and in some points of view, an interesting feature in the early ages of Christianity. At first sight, there is certainly something unnatural and fanatic in this seclusion; but a closer inquiry into the nature of religion and the secret springs of human action may lead one to avoid any rash and unqualified censure upon such voluntary expatriations from social and civil duties and enjoyments. 298 pages, ISBN 076616585X, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blakney, Raymond Bernard, Meister Eckhart: A Modern Translation (1941), The author translates about one-half of Eckhartís works in this volume and presents a background into Eckhartís life and work. Contents: Meister Eckhartís talks of instruction; Book of Divine Comfort; Aristocrat; About Disinterest; 28 sermons; fragments; legends; the defense; a short bibliography. 362 pages, ISBN 0766133532, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blanchard, Charles A., Revised Knight Templarism Illustrated (1880), Compete Rituals of the Knights Templars. Includes the opening, closing, initiation, symbolism and analysis. Includes Secrets of Thirteen Masonic Degrees. 346 pages, ISBN 0766104761, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blanchard, J., Revised Odd Fellowship Illustrated (1911), The Complete Revised Ritual of the Lodge, Encampment and Rebekah Degrees. Issued by the Sovereign Grand Lodge with the Secret Work Added. Profusely Illustrated by a Past Grand Patriarch with an Historical Sketch of the Order and an Introduction and Critical Analysis of the Character of Each Degree by President J. Blanchard of Wheaton College, and Footnote Quotations from Standard Authorities of the Order, Showing its Character and Teachings. 380 pages, ISBN 0766126986, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blanchard, J., Standard Freemasonry Illustrated, Full Ritual and Secret Work of the Three Blue Lodge Degrees Profusely Illustrated. The Webb Work by a Past High Priest. Over One Hundred Illustrations. Several of them full page, give a pictorial representation of the Lodge Room and Chapter, ceremonies of the degrees, dress of candidates, signs, grips, etc. A Historical Sketch of the Institution and a Critical Analysis of the Character of Each Degree by President J. Blanchard of Wheaton College. Monitorial Quotations and nearly Four Hundred Notes from Standard Masonic Authorities, confirm the truthfulness of this Exposition and Show the character of Masonic Teaching and Doctrine. 374 pages, ISBN 0766126994, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blanchard, John, Mystic Shrine Illustrated: The Full Illustrated Ritual of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Contents: Origin and Object of the Order; Furniture and Opening Ceremonies; Initiation. 112 pages, ISBN 1564594440, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blanchard, John, Scotch Rite Masonry Illustrated (Vol. 1) The Complete Ritual of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Volume one of a two volume set. (This description is for all volumes.) With a Historical Sketch of the Order, Introduction and Critical Analysis of Each Degree. Over four hundred quotations from standard Masonic authorities confirm the accuracy of the ritual and show the characters of Masonic Teaching and Doctrine. Completely reveals in exact detail the ritual, signs, grips and secret work of the 4th through the 32nd degrees. 488 pages, ISBN 0766126250, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blanchard, John, Scotch Rite Masonry Illustrated (Vol. 2) The Complete Ritual of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Volume two of a two volume set. (This description is for all volumes.) With a Historical Sketch of the Order, Introduction and Critical Analysis of Each Degree. Over four hundred quotations from standard Masonic authorities confirm the accuracy of the ritual and show the characters of Masonic Teaching and Doctrine. Completely reveals in exact detail the ritual, signs, grips and secret work of the 4th through the 32nd degrees. 558 pages, ISBN 0766126269, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blau, Joseph Leon, The Christian Interpretation of the Cabala in the Renaissance, 1944. This is a study of types of Christian interpretation of the cabala and represents the first attempt at an adequate, balanced treatment of Christian Cabalism. The general theme of the book is that the use of Cabala by Christian thinkers was a fad of no lasting significance; that, no matter what type of interpretation was momentarily aided by Cabalistic speculation, this type of speculation rapidly proved a blind alley. That this proved to be so is unquestionably due to the fact that during the very period in which Pico della Mirandola and John Reuchlin and their followers were attempting to utilize Cabalistic thought as a basis for their deductive systems, Copernicus, Kepler and Bruno were building the foundations of scientific systems whose value in use has proved to be so much greater than that of the old systems.# 176 pages, ISBN 0766184137, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Aryan Path Magazine (1932-1933), This volume contains the issues of The Aryan Path magazine for February 1932 and October 1933. This magazineís purpose is to form a nucleus of universal brotherhood of humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or color; to study ancient and modern religions, philosophies, and sciences, and to demonstrate the importance of such study; and toward the investigation of the unexplained laws of nature and the psychical powers latent in man. 148 pages, ISBN 0766152456, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Essays by Blavatsky, Contents: Fundamentals of Theosophy; Ancient Egyptian Magic; Spirits of Various Kinds; The Fall of Ideals; Spiritual Progress; My Books; The Origin of Evil; Star-Angel Worship in the Roman Catholic Church; The Kabalah and the Kabalists; Roots of Ritualism in the Church and Masonry; Kosmic Mind; Magnetism; The Tidal Wave. 332 pages, ISBN 1564592480, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan (1892), These letters were written in leisure moments during 1879 and 1880 for the pages of the ìRusski Vyestnikî, then edited by M. Katkoff. Mme. Blavatskyís manuscript was often incorrect and obscure, but she was in India at the time and could not restore correctness to the manuscript. Contents: in Bombay; on the way to Karli; in the Karli caves; vanished glories; city of the dead; Brahmanic hospitalities; witchís den; Godís warrior; banns of marriage; caves of Bagh; isle of mystery; and Jubblepore. 322 pages, ISBN 0766146367, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., H.P.B. Speaks Vol. II, Letters written by Madame Blavatsky, founder of Theosophy, to a friend of her youth, Prince Alexander Mihailovich Dondoukoff-Korsakoff. Fascinating private communications of the celebrated philosopher and occultist. Illustrated. 198 pages, ISBN 0766133486, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Key to Theosophy (1890), Being a Clear Exposition in the form of Question and Answer of the Ethics, Science, and Philosophy for the Study of Which the Theosophical Society has Been Founded with a Copious Glossary of General Theosophical Terms. 386 pages, ISBN 0766101711, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett, And other miscellaneous letters transcribed, compiled and with an introduction. The letters presented herein were written by the founder of the Theosophical Society between the years 1880-1888 and are intended as a companion volume to the Mahatma Letters. They have been transcribed direct from originals and without omission, except for the occasional deletion of a name wherever for obvious reasons it was absolutely necessary to do so. 420 pages, ISBN 0766148149, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H. P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine March 1888 to August 1888, The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from March 1888 to August 1888. Sample contents: Birth of Space; Blossom and the Fruit; Buddhist Doctrine; Christian Science; Evolution and Natural Selection; Karmic Visions; The Late Dr. Anna Kingsford; Occult Phenomena; Star Angel Worship; Talismanic Magic; Theosophy of Jesuitism; Ultimate Philosophy.# 504 pages, ISBN 0766182339, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H. P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine, September 1887 to February 1888, The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from September 1887 to February 1888. Sample contents: Brotherhood; Esotericism of the Christian Dogma; Emerson and Occultism; Origin of Evil; Fear; Freedom; Esoteric Character of the Gospels; Law of Life; Luniolatry; Mystic Thought; History of a Planet; Twilight Visions; Soldierís Daughter; Science of Life.# 516 pages, ISBN 0766182347, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. III (September 1888 to February 1889), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from September 1888 to February 1889. Sample contents: Adventure in the Tower of London; Dirge for the Dead in Life; A Buddhistís Princeís View of the Universe and the Nature of Man; Irish Fairies, Ghosts and Witches; Genesis of Evil in Human Life; English of Antiquity; Barisal Guns; Light for Italy; Seven Geometrical Vowels; Two Christmas Visions; Wagnerís Gospel; A Paradoxical World; and much more. 534 pages, ISBN 0766177076, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. IV (March to August 1889), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from March to August 1889. Sample contents: Aanroo; Ancient Astronomy of the Hindus; Elixir of the Devil; Geometrical Vowels; Art During the Egyptian Fourth Dynasty; John Worrell Keeley and Dr. Schimmel; Humanity to God; Modern Case of Vampirism; Socialistís Story; A Womanís Mission; Yoga Philosophy of Patanjali; Talking Image of Urur; Roots of Ritualism in Church and Masonry; Pseudo Theosophists; and much more. 544 pages, ISBN 0766176983, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. IX (September 1891 to February 1892), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from September 1891 to February 1892. Sample contents: Puranic Allegory; The Eighth Wonder; Ought Theosophists be Propagandists; Heat, Sound and Consciousness; Dhyana; Law of Cycles; Chinese Spirits; Outline of the Secret Doctrine; Dream of Ravan; Plutarchís Yogi; Septenary in Nature; Tibetan Relics; United Buddhist World; A Visit to Sholingur; True Brotherhood of Man; Reincarnation and Waste in Nature; and much more. 534 pages, ISBN 076617705X, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!