Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. V (September 1889 to February 1890), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from September 1889 to February 1890. Sample contents: About Ego and the Unmanifested Being; Alchemists; Key to Life in Death; Light Through the Crannies; Genius; Case for Metempsychosis; Annie Besant and Theosophy; Numerical Basis for the Solar System; Tidal Wave; Was Cagliostro a Charlatan; Women of Ceylon; A Sakia; Memory of the Dying; Psychic Fire; Some Thoughts About Fairies; and much more. 536 pages, ISBN 0766177025, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. VI (March to August 1890), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from March to August 1890. Sample contents: Astral in London; Ecclesiastical Christianity; Japanese Buddhism; Death of Subba Row; Egoity; The Atlanteans; Some of the Follies Connected with Spiritualism; Astrology as a Science; Mesmerism; Raising the Devil; Talismanic Magic; Vedantic Philosophy; Seven Eared Wheat; Pistis-Sophia; Letters of Lavater; Occult Side of Some Everyday Habits; Reincarnation; The True Brotherhood; and much more. 536 pages, ISBN 0766177009, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. VII (September 1890 to February 1891), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from September 1890 to February 1891. Sample contents: Mrs. Donneís Astral Body; Families and Individuals; Jottings in India; Future of Women; African Magic; Idea of Rebirth; Atlanta Fugiens; Babel of Modern Thought; India and Her Yogis; A Dream and Its Interpretation; Leo Tolstoi and his Unecclesiastical Christianity; Psychic and Noetic Action; Talismanic Magic; Uses of Pain; Treatment of Animals; Over Planes of a Conscious Universe; Levana; and much more. 532 pages, ISBN 0766177068, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. VIII (March to August 1891), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from March to August 1891. Sample contents: Beatrice of Dante; Esoteric Christ; Gems From the Hitopadesa; In Praise of Hinduism; Mysteries of the Salpetriere; Case of Obsession; The Devilís Own; Golden Chain of Homerus; H.P.B. Memorial Articles; Prasnottaramala; The Ten Sephiroth; Notes on Zoroastrianism; Zuni World Regions; Theosophy and Social Evil; and much more. 536 pages, ISBN 0766176967, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. X (March to August 1892), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from March to August 1892. Sample contents: Bamian Statues; Uses of Magic; Passing Away of Francisco Montoliu; Philosophy of Perfect Expression; Ensouled Violin; Jnana Sankalini Tantram; Denials and the Mistakes of the 19th Century; Instability of Doctrinal Teaching; Mesmerism; Comte de Saint-Germain; Self Evident Truths and Logical Deductions; Zuni Folktales of the Underworld; Simon Magus; Sheaths of the Soul; and much more. 534 pages, ISBN 0766177092, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. XI (September 1892 to February 1893), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from September 1892 to February 1893. Sample contents: Agrippa and the Wandering Jew; Destiny of Man; Mind, Thought and Celebration; Father John of Kronstadt; Dance with the Dead; Grace Before Meat; Balance of Life; Alchemy; Linguistic Following Doctrinal Change; Natural and the Artificial in Morality; Pioneer of an Unknown Realm; Simon Magus; Svarga; Vestures of the Soul; The Zunis; Shatchakra or the Six Plexuses of the Human Body; and much more. 532 pages, ISBN 0766177041, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. XII (March to August 1893), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from March to August 1893. Sample contents: Speeding the Message; On Self- Control and Truth; A Further Glance at the Kabalah; India; Science and the Esoteric Philosophy; Notes on Nirvana; Theosophy or Psychological Religion; On the Infinite Universe and Worlds; Elementals; Selections from the Philosophumena; They That Go Down in Silence; and much more. 534 pages, ISBN 0766177017, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. XIII (September 1893 to February 1894), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from September 1893 to February 1894. Sample contents: Law of Analogy; Tibetan Buddhism; Outlines of the Mahayana as Taught by Buddha; Ibsenís Works in the Light of Theosophy; Karma and Astrology; Friedrich Nietzsche and his Zarathushtra Gospel; Norse Gods; Some False Concepts of Occultism; Secret of Satan; Mystery of the Eighth Sphere; Riddle of the Universe; and much more. 534 pages, ISBN 0766176959, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. XIV (March to August 1894), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from March to August 1894. Sample contents: Letter to the Brahmans; States of Consciousness; Alchemy as a Spiritual Science; Magical Equilibrium; A Japanese Doll; Kalki Purana; Dwellings of the Gods; Book of the Nabathean Agriculture; Religions of Ancient Greece and Rome; Rationale of Death; Some Sufi Stages; Veil of Maya; Prashma Upanishad; Vision of Odhin; Wisdom or Knowledge, Which; and much more. 532 pages, ISBN 0766177033, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. XV (September 1894 to January 1895), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from September 1894 to January 1895. Sample contents: Mr. Gladstone on the Atonement; Tibetan Teachings; Science and the Esoteric Philosophy; Veil of Maya; Master of Occult Arts; Mystery of Existence; Book of the Azure Veil; The Heavenworld; Helena Petrovena Blavatsky; Tennyson Viewed Theosophically; Theosophy and Crime; Unpublished Letters of Eliphas Levi; and much more. 442 pages, ISBN 0766176975, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. XVI (March to August 1895), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from March to August 1895. Sample contents: Plotinus; Clash of Opinion; Samoyed Seeress; New Ulysses; Myths of Observation; Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science; Karma; Doctrine of the Heart; Two Houses; Theosophical Activities; Orpheus; Christianity and Its Teachings; Theosophic Morals As Applied to Education; East and West; and much more. 530 pages, ISBN 0766176991, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Lucifer: A Theosophical Magazine Vol. XX (March to July 1897), The Lucifer Theosophical Magazine is designed to bring to light the hidden things of darkness. This volume contains the issues from March to July 1897. Sample contents: Akashic Records; The Cadetís Story; Among the Gnostics of the First Two Centuries; Geometry of Nature; Phaedo of Plato; The Worldís Fairy Lore; Reincarnation; The Sage and the Three Young Men; Wish to Believe; Sankhya Philosophy; Our Relation to Children; and much more. 530 pages, ISBN 0766177084, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Modern Panarion A Collection of Fugitive Fragments from the Pen of H. P. Blavatsky (1895), Essays on theosophy, spiritualism, and the occult by the founder of theosophy. Sample contents: Eddy manifestations; Dr. Beard criticized; Lack of unity among spiritualists; Holmes controversy; Notice to mediums; Rebuke; Occultism or magic; Spiritualistic tricksters; Search after occultism; Science of magic; Spiritualism in Russia; Huxley and Slade; Can the double murder; Russian atrocities. 518 pages, ISBN 0766132455, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Nightmare Tales, The world knows H.P. Blavatsky chiefly by her encyclopedic knowledge, her occult powers, her unique courage. This little book, composed of stories thrown off by her in her lighter moments, shows her as a vivid, graphic writer, gifted with brilliant imagination. The Nightmare Tales were rewritten during the last few months of the author's pain-stricken life: when tired with the drudgery of the Theosophical Glossary she, who could not be idle, turned to this lighter work and found therein amusement and relaxation. Her friends, all the world over, will welcome this example of gifts used but too rarely amid the strain of weightier work. Contents: The Bewitched Life; The Cave of the Echoes; The Luminous Shield; From the Polar Lands; The Ensouled Violin. 134 pages, ISBN 1564592510, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Occult Tales, Partial Contents: Blavatsky: Karmic Visions; A Bewitched Life; Can the Double Murder; An Unsolved Mystery; The Luminous Shield; Cave of the Echoes; From the polar Lands; The Ensouled Violin; Legend of the Blue Lotus. Judge: An Allegory; A Weird Tale; Where the Rishis Were; A Curious Tale; The Serpentís Blood; Magic Screen of Time; Wandering Eye; Tell-tale Picture Gallery; Skin of the Earth; Coming of the Serpent; True Progress. 226 pages, ISBN 156459694X, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Original Program of the Theosophical Society (1931), And preliminary memorandum of the esoteric section. A recitation of the fundamental aims of the Theosophical Society, from a handwritten manuscript by the author, existing in Adyar. 96 pages, ISBN 0766131777, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., People of the Blue Mountains, There exists a race of Giants who live in the Blue Mountains of India. Read this book and discover who they are, how they use Spiritual Powers, and why they Worship the Sacred Buffalo. This is a true story of Blavatskyís contact with these ancient people. 228 pages, ISBN 1564596192, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Practical Occultism and Occultism Versus the Occult Arts (1923), As many are looking for practical instruction in occultism, the author believed it was necessary to state in this work: The essential difference between theoretical and practical occultism; or what is generally known as theosophy on the one hand, and occult science on the other; and the nature of the difficulties involved in the study of the latter. Also found within are some practical suggestions for daily life. 92 pages, ISBN 0766144984, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Raja Yoga Or Occultism (1931), The articles published in this volume will bring that knowledge which alone fortifies a student against wrong or fanciful occultism, as against the perils of occult arts and psychic practices. Contents: chelas and lay chelas; Theosophical Mahatmas; practical occultism; occultism versus the occult arts; lodges of magic; what of phenomena; psychic and noetic action; thoughts on the elements; Chinese spirits; dialogues between the two editors on astral bodies or doppelgangers; dialogue on the mystery of the after life; hypnotism and its relations to other modes of fascination. 140 pages, ISBN 0766158233, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy VOL. 3 OCCULTISM (1897), This rare third volume of the Secret Doctrine (virtually impossible to find) completes the papers left by H. P. B. It is a complete course on Occultism! Nothing is left out. Almost 100 chapters. Partial contents: One Key to all Sacred Books; The ABC of Magic; Chaldean Oracles; The Book of Hermes; Three Ways Open to the Adept; Names are Symbols; Characters of the Bible; The Book of Enoch; Hermetic and Kabalistic Doctrines; Numbers and Magic; Occult Weapons; The Duty of the True Occultist; Two Eternal Principles; St. Paul the real founder of Christianity; Apollonius no Fiction; Biographies of Initiates; Kabalistic Readings of Gospels; Magic in Antioch; The Septenary Sephira; Seven Keys to all Allegories; The Mystery of the Sun; Magical Statutes; Masonry and Jesuits; Mysteries and Masonry; Egyptian Initiation; Root of Races; Celestial Wheels; Christian Star Worship; Defense of Astrology; The Seven Rays; Secret Books; Tibetan Prophecies; Swedenborg; Occult Secrecy; and much more! Blavatsky was an occult master. If you are a serious mystical student, youíll need this rare and illuminating book. 618 pages, ISBN 1564594157, $38.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Secret Doctrine Vol. 1 Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy (1938), Volume one of a five volume set. Vol. 1 Cosmogenesis Part 1. The evolution of Symbolism. A new version of Isis Unveiled in which the work is issued in a better and clearer form. All that is important in Isis is retained, but the text is rearranged to provide a better grouping of the materials relating to any particular subject. 352 pages, ISBN 0766128350, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Secret Doctrine Vol. 2 Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy (1938), Volume two of a five volume set. Vol. 2 Cosmogenesis Parts 2 and 3. The Evolution of Symbolism. Addenda. A new version of Isis Unveiled in which the work is issued in a better and clearer form. All that is important in Isis is retained, but the text is rearranged to provide a better grouping of the materials relating to any particular subject. 412 pages, ISBN 0766132048, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Secret Doctrine Vol. 3 Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy (1938), Volume three of a five volume set. Vol. 3 Anthropogenesis Part 1. Anthropogenesis. A new version of Isis Unveiled in which the work is issued in a better and clearer form. All that is important in Isis is retained, but the text is rearranged to provide a better grouping of the materials relating to any particular subject. 456 pages, ISBN 0766132080, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Secret Doctrine Vol. 4 Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy (1938), Volume four of a five volume set. Vol. 4 Anthropogenesis Parts 2 and 3. The Archaic Symbolism of the world Religions and Science and the Secret Doctrine Contrasted. A new version of Isis Unveiled in which the work is issued in a better and clearer form. All that is important in Isis is retained, but the text is rearranged to provide a better grouping of the materials relating to any particular subject. 376 pages, ISBN 0766132129, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Secret Doctrine Vol. 5 Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy (1938), Volume five of a five volume set. With some papers on the bearing of occult philosophy on life. A new version of Isis Unveiled in which the work is issued in a better and clearer form. All that is important in Isis is retained, but the text is rearranged to provide a better grouping of the materials relating to any particular subject. 586 pages, ISBN 0766132161, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Self and its Problems; The Blavatsky Lecture for 1919, Contents: The Problem of the Self from Descartes to Kant, and the Rise of Modern Scientific Materialism; The Problem of the Self in Current Philosophy; The Problem of the Self in Theosophic Mysticism; An Examination of the Foregoing Standpoints. 186 pages, ISBN 1564592642, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Some Unpublished Letters of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Never before published are seventeen letters written by H.P. Blavatsky, regarding her life, work and beliefs as the founder of the theosophical society. Blavatsky is considered one of the most important mediums of the modern era and her part in the creation of Theosophy, the most important spiritualist movement of the late 19th and early 20th century. 268 pages, ISBN 076613878X, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Spirits of Various Kinds (1915), Origin of Evil (1917), Star Angel Worship in the Roman Catholic Church (1917), On the Bhagavad Gita (1912), Found in this volume are four Adyar Pamphlets. Spirits of Various Kinds, No. 49, which is a study of those invisible beings - conscious, semi-conscious, and entirely senseless - called by a number of names in every country under the sun, and known under the generic name of spirits. Adyar Pamphlet No. 78, Origin of Evil, discusses the problem of the origin of evil being philosophically approached only if the archaic Indian formula is taken as the basis of the argument. In Star Angel Worship in the Roman Catholic Church, Pamphlet No. 81, the subject matter was not chosen from any desire of finding fault with the Christian religion. It merely holds that there is no higher religion than truth. On the Bhagavad Gita is the Adyar Pamphlet No. 17, and is a study of the Bhagavad Gita, not being isolated from the rest of the Mahabharata. 104 pages, ISBN 0766176479, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Spiritual Vibrations (1926), Found in this volume are the spiritual vibrations by H.P.B. through Arthur A. Ford as medium to the Open Circle. It contains a series of short concise monographs. This book will not interest the advanced students, except as a convenient handbook, but will be of inestimable value to the beginner and to the average individual who could not understand more involved discussions of vibrations with all the references to sacred and profane history. 96 pages, ISBN 0766149994, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Studies in Occultism (1910) Volumes 1-3, Contents: Practical Occultism; Occultism Versus the Occult Arts; The Blessings of Publicity; Hypnotism; Black Magic in Science; Signs of the Times; Psychic and Noetic Action. 190 pages, ISBN 1564597814, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Substantial Nature of Magnetism (1921), Madame Blavatsky, founder of Theosophy, discusses the differences between the teachings of Occultists and Theosophists and those of the Substantialists. At the same time, she indicates the agreement of these groups in the matter of magnetism. Magnetism is substantial, the action of a real fluid substance. 30 pages, ISBN 0766133028, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Glossary (1918), This glossaryís purpose is to give information on the principal Sanskrit, Pahlavi, Tibetan, Pali, Chaldean, Persian, Scandinavian, Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Kabalistic and Gnostic words, and occult terms generally used in theosophical literature. 364 pages, ISBN 0766147118, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine (1904), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: What Are the Theosophists; Bud of Personality; Socialism and the Soul. 150 pages, ISBN 0766152685, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine (1907), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Exoteric and Esoteric Teaching; Personal Idealism and Mysticism; Page of the Apocalypse; Mystical Movements of the Middle Ages; Christian Science; Self-Control; Madam Guyon. 226 pages, ISBN 0766152723, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine (1909-1912), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Spiritual Origin of Life; Theosophy and Secular Literature; Three Books on the Vedanta; Are Theosophists Practical; Do We Think in Four Dimensions; Benedictine Rule; Theosophy and Spiritual Culture; Buddhaís Former Births; Science Reconsiders; Theosophy and Modern Social Theories. 394 pages, ISBN 0766152731, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine (1913-1914), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: We Create Our Limitations; Inspiration in Art and Morals; Danteís Beatrice; Bergsonís Philosophical Position; The Adepts and Modern Science; Early English Mystics; The Eastern Church; Movement Toward Christian Unity; Stories of the First Christmas; Mystery of All Time. 394 pages, ISBN 076615274X, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine (1914-1916), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Twin Doctrines and Social Unrest; Norse Mythology; Does Consciousness Evolve; Poetry of Charles Peguy; Art of Living; Sacred Books of Ancient China; How Do We Think of God; Mahomet. 378 pages, ISBN 0766152758, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine (1917-1918), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Bakti Sutras of Narada; Cyclic Law in Art; Eastern and Western Psychology; From the Highlands of Lemuria; Higher and Lower Nature; Need for Self-Examination; Parenthood and Discipleship; Preparedness; Two Questions. 386 pages, ISBN 0766152693, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine (January 1905-April 1905), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Sense of the Infinite; Note on Karma; Quakerism and Theosophy; Needs of the People; Moralist and the Mystic; Mystery of Godliness; Theosophy Applied to Daily Life; Reincarnation. 118 pages, ISBN 0766152707, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine (July 1905-January 1906), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Karma and Illusion; Religion of Chaldea; Inner Meaning of the Bible; Meditation; Bhagavad Gita; Elements of a Human Being; The One Religion; Religion of Ancient Egypt; Biology of the Secret Doctrine. There are eleven pages in the original we reproduced that have burn holes in them and we were unable to fix. 254 pages, ISBN 0766152715, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 16 (1918-1919), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Self Examination; The Crusades; Principles of War; Alsace and Lorraine; French Literature and the War; Resolutions. 304 pages, ISBN 0766152766, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 17 (1919-1920), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Alsace and Lorraine; Dangerous Revival of Spiritualism; Fear of Death; Is Time a Dimension of Space; Map Makers; On Service; Pie-Hankering and Heredities; Post War Problems; Runotar; War Time Impressions. 400 pages, ISBN 0766152774, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 18 (1920-1921), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: William Blake; Escape or Achievement; Gates of Gold; Human Immortality and Preexistence; Life and Death; Materialism and Spiritism; Realm, the Radiance and the Power; Saws, Bent and Otherwise. 384 pages, ISBN 0766152782, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 19 (1921-1922), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Aspects of Discipline; Dante Sketches; Dawning of a Soul; Force and Cause; French Revolution; History from Within; In the House of Death; Prodigal Sons; Secret Doctrine and Mr. Edison. 384 pages, ISBN 0766152790, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 20 (1922-1923), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Bergsonism and Morality; Coming of the Kingdom; Direction of Human Evolution; Nirvana; Prophetic Dreams and Free Will; Religious Orders; Spiritual Hierarchy; Sufism; Two Wisdoms; Vedic Master. 384 pages, ISBN 0766152804, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 21 (1923-1924), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Akhnaton, the Heretic Pharaoh of Egypt; Background and Glamour; Chartres Cathedral; Diagrams and Symbols; Lucifer to the Archbishop of Canterbury; Measures of the Eternal; On the Screen of Time; Pascal and the Mystics; Renascent Christianity; St. Catherine of Siena. 376 pages, ISBN 0766152812, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 22 (1924-1925), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Ancestor Worship; Madame Blavatsky; Crest Jewel of Wisdom; Culture of Concentration; Elements and Atoms; Forgotten Commonplaces of Education; Language to Paradise; Norfolk and Its Mystics; Parable of the Sun; Study in Discipleship, Napoleonís Marshals. 384 pages, ISBN 0766152820, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 23 (1925-1926), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Approach to Spiritual Science; Cardinal Mercier; Control of Irritation; Dawn of Individuality in the Mineral Kingdom; Evolution and Human Nature; Men in the Making; Our Approach to God; View of Elementals; Personality and Individuality; Symbols Along the Way. 386 pages, ISBN 0766152839, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 24 (1926-1927), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Approach to Spiritual Science; Dawn of Individuality in the Mineral Kingdom; Even We Reubens Have Our Chance; Karma and Reincarnation; Monadology of Leibniz; One Thing Not Observed on Fifth Avenue; Sermon for St. Markís Day; Vicarious Atonement and Karma. 386 pages, ISBN 0766152847, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 25 (1927-1928), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Devotion and Intelligence; Experiment with Time; Glimpses of the Elemental Self; Mont Saint Michel; Practical Aspects of Consciousness; Studies in Paracelsus; Textbook of Physics; Tyranny of Habit; Worldís Need; Paul Valery and the Universal Man. 386 pages, ISBN 0766152855, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 26 (1928-1929), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Background for Chelaship; Cave of the Nymphs; Reversed Triangle; Hako, an Indian Rite; Symbionticism and the Origin of Species; War Memories; Theory of Relativity. 386 pages, ISBN 0766152863, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 27 (1929-1930), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Gleanings from a Holiday; Incarnation; Occultism and Medicine; Osiris and Typhon; Successful Speculation; They Donít Get the Picture; Wordsworth; Why I Believe This to be a Shadow World. 400 pages, ISBN 0766152871, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 28 (1930-1931), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Heart Doctrine; Bruno and His Forerunners; Beauty in War; Peaks and Valleys; Purpose of the Chivalric Codes; Rime of the Ancient Mariner; Things Prophetical; Two Days in Morocco. 400 pages, ISBN 076615288X, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 29 (1931-1932), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Eastern Influences in Medieval Christendom; Great Speech of the Zuni Indians; Jonquils and a Criox de Guerre; Forgotten Pledge; On the Screen of Time; Study in Geometry; Rome. 384 pages, ISBN 0766152898, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 30 (1932-1933), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Chuang Tze II; Descartes and the Eastern Wisdom; Material Wealth and Celestial Economics; Myths of Plato; Fascism; Karma and Battle. 384 pages, ISBN 0766152901, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 31 (1933-1934), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Aspects of a Whirlpoolís Meaning; Charles the Twelfth of Sweden; Gaiety of the Saints; Ideal of Education; Lodge and the Personal Self; Manas and Beyond; Horus of Edfu. 360 pages, ISBN 076615291X, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 32 (1934-1935), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: A Land of Mystery; Devotion and Understanding; Divinity of the King in Ancient Egypt; Lifeís Greatest Chemicals; Managing the Personality; One Path to the Goal; Perchance He Sleepeth. 360 pages, ISBN 0766152928, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 33 (1935-1936), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Biblical and Pyramid Prophecy; Civilization, the Death of Art and Beauty; Land of Mystery; Mirror of Nature and of Art; Oak and the Nuthatch; Cornwall and Its Magic; Art of Life; Indrawal, Our Great Opportunity. 352 pages, ISBN 0766152936, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 34 (1937), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Appeal of Theosophy; Beatrice of Dante; Education Through the Arts in Secondary Schools; Imperial Heredity; Man, the Measure of All Things; English Way to the Goal; On the Screen of Time. 352 pages, ISBN 0766152944, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Quarterly Magazine Vol. 35 (1938), The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Cyclic Law in Biology; Living Pictures; Prayer Wheels or Power; Emperor Akbar; Head, Heart and Hand; Psychic and Noetic Action; Nourishment. 358 pages, ISBN 0766152952, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Review Magazine (1902), Formerly ìLuciferî founded in 1887 by H. P. Blavatsky. This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophical Review magazine for February, April, July and September 1902. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviews and Noticesî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Black Magic in Ceylon by Mrs. Corner-Ohlmus; Musical System of Pythagoras by H. Ernest Nichol; Mother of All Tales by Michael Wood; Dominion of Adonai by Miss Hardcastle; Mysteries and the Book of the Dead by M.W. Blackden; No Religion Higher Than Truth by Alexander Fullerton; Way of the Herb Gatherer by Michael Wood; Genesis of the Talmud by G.R.S. Mead; Dusan Creation Myth by Mrs. Hooper; and much more. 412 pages, ISBN 0766153266, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Review Magazine (April 1901-August 1901), Formerly ìLuciferî founded in 1887 by H.P. Blavatsky. This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophical Review magazine for April 1901-August 1901. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviews and Noticesî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Theosophical Teachings in the Writings of John Ruskin by Mrs. Judson; Future Learning by Alexander Fullerton; Dante and the Ancient Wisdom by S. Udney; True and False Yoga by A.A. Wells; Life of Madame Swetchine by a Russian; Vengeance of Heaven by A. Sylvester Falkner; Is Pain Gain by Miss Cust; Seeds of Gossamer by E.M. Stevens; and much more. 514 pages, ISBN 0766153258, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Review Magazine (January 1903-April 1903), Formerly ìLuciferî founded in 1887 by H. P. Blavatsky. This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophical Review magazine for January 1903-April 1903. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviews and Noticesî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: The Dog, the Man and the Seer by H. Twelvetrees; Legend of the Monk Barsis by Xn-1; Christmas Thoughts by Mrs. Ames; Divine Economy by Mrs. Lauder; Glimpses of the Eighth Muse by Robert Calignoc; A Modern Mystic, George Macdonald by Mrs. Weller; Readings and Re-Readings, Coleridgeís ìAids to Reflectionî by A.J.O.; Vision of the Astral Plane by Leonard Montague; and much more. 410 pages, ISBN 0766153290, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Review Magazine (May 1903-August 1903), Formerly ìLuciferî founded in 1887 by H. P. Blavatsky. This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophical Review magazine for May 1903-August 1903. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviews and Noticesî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Talmud Balaam Jesus Stories by G.R.S. Mead; Lenten Thoughts by Mrs. Ames; Willow Weaver by Michael Wood; Manís Deeper Self by Bertram Keightley; Some Karmic Problems by Annie Besant; A Chemical Caduceus by G. Dyne; Earthquakes and Violent Storms, An Inquiry into their Probable Cause by W. Gorn Old; Walt Whitman, a Prophet of the Coming Race by F.L. Woodward; Soul Errant by E.D. Farrar; and much more. 414 pages, ISBN 0766153282, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophical Review Magazine (September 1903-December 1903), Formerly ìLuciferî founded in 1887 by H. P. Blavatsky. This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophical Review magazine for September 1903-December 1903. Each issue features articles entitled ìReviews and Noticesî and ìOn The Watchtowerî. Sample contents: Wild Horses by Mrs. Lauder; Mind to Hermes by G.R.S. Mead; Vision of the Rabbi by a Russian; Nazarene Messiah by Miss Hardcastle; Jacob Bohme the Theosopher by Miss Kislingbury; Matrimony Versus Celibacy by Mrs. Herring; Land of His Birth by Michael Wood; What the Fire Elemental Told Us by G.A. Gaskell; A Spiritís Wanderings by Campana; and much more. 412 pages, ISBN 0766153274, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H. P., Theosophy Magazine, November 1912 to October 1913, Theosophy is a monthly magazine devoted to the promulgation of Theosophy as it was given by those who brought it. It discusses the Theosophical Movement, brotherhood of humanity, the study of occult science and philosophy and Aryan literature. A sample of articles found within include: Letter From H.P.B. to the American Convention of 1888. Aphorisms On Karma. Misconceptions of Theosophy. The Monad. The Purpose of Life. Practical Occultism. Reincarnation and Memory. Resurrecting the Dead. To the Man in the Street. Serpentís Blood. Love With an Object. Magic Screen of Time. Ethical Irresponsibility. Living the Higher Life. Three Planes of Human Life. Meditation and Action.# 564 pages, ISBN 0766182258, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophy Magazine Vol. 2 (November 1913-October 1914), Theosophy is a monthly magazine devoted to the promulgation of theosophy as it was given by those who brought it. It discusses the Theosophical Movement, brotherhood of humanity, the study of occult science and philosophy and Aryan literature. A sample of articles found within include: About Spirit Materialization; Antiquity of the Vedas; Prophecies by H.P. Blavatsky; Culled from Aryan Science; Hidden Hints in the Secret Doctrine; Origin of Evil; Moonís Mystery and Fate; Some Hindu Legends; Hypocrisy or Ignorance; Japanese Buddhist Sects; Kali Yuga and the Coming Race; Mesmerism; Our Sun and the True Sun; Pertinent Reflections; Reincarnation in the Bible; Sevenfold Division; Synthesis of Occult Science; Vast Works of the Past; Why Races Die Out; Wrong Popular Notions; and many more. 584 pages, ISBN 0766152960, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophy Magazine Vol. 3 (November 1914-October 1915), Theosophy is a monthly magazine devoted to the promulgation of theosophy as it was given by those who brought it. It discusses the Theosophical Movement, brotherhood of humanity, the study of occult science and philosophy and Aryan literature. A sample of articles found within include: About Killing Animals; Astral Intoxication; Black Magic in Science; Was Cagliostro a Charlatan; Comets; Dialogues on the Mysteries of the After Life; Ensouled Violin; Genesis of Evil in Human Life; Hermes as Universal Source; Hypnotism; Mount Meru; Occult Vibrations; Psychic and Noetic Action; Sin Against Life; Sunday Devotion to Pleasure; Five Great Bestowments of Charity; Tidal Wave; War in Olympus; Will and Desire; Yoga Vidya. 618 pages, ISBN 0766152987, $38.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Theosophy Magazine Vol. 4 (November 1915-October 1916), Theosophy is a monthly magazine devoted to the promulgation of theosophy as it was given by those who brought it. It discusses the Theosophical Movement, brotherhood of humanity, the study of occult science and philosophy and Aryan literature. A sample of articles found within include: About Capital Punishment; Effects of Alcohol; Babel of Modern Thought; Christian Science; Count Saint Germain; Esoteric Character of the Gospels; Rig-Veda on Gambling; Hermes Trismegistus; Is Heredity a Puzzle; Theosophy or Jesuitism; Mongolian Aphorisms; Old Hindoo Ships; Indian Proverbs; Reincarnation in Judaism and the Bible; Social and Labor Conditions; Leo Tolstoi and His Unecclesiastical Christianity. 584 pages, ISBN 0766152995, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Transactions of the Blavatsky Lodge of the Theosophical Society (1923), The Transactions found in this work contain matter of great and enduring value of the subjects treated in the Secret Doctrine, and for the students of occultism for whose instruction the Secret Doctrine was written. They are a priceless commentary at first hand on some of the most abstruse and difficult problems of the esoteric philosophy. 174 pages, ISBN 0766145727, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., United Lodge of Theosophists Collection (1930), Found in this compendium are the following ULT Pamphlets: Universal Applications of Doctrine and the Synthesis of Occult Science; Castes in India; Karma; Thoughts on Ormuzd and Ahriman; Reincarnation, Memory, Heredity; Dreams; Mediatorship; Secret Doctrine Instructions; Culture of Concentration; Hypnotism, Black Magic in Science; Kosmic Mind; Overcoming Karma; Cyclic Impression and Return and Our Evolution; Memory in the Dying; Origin of Evil; A Masterís Letter; Karma, the Compensator; Let Every Man Prove His Own Work; The Great Masterís Letter; and Five Messages. 358 pages, ISBN 0766152413, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., Voice of the Silence (1889), Being Chosen Fragments from the ìBook of the Golden Preceptsî for the daily use of Disciples. Contents: The Voice of the Silence; The Two Paths; The Seven Portals. 112 pages, ISBN 0766102025, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., World Theosophy Magazine (February 1931-June 1931), World Theosophy is an unsectarian publication dedicated to the art of living, to world brotherhood and to the dissemination of truth. This volume contains the monthly issues of World Theosophy for February, April, May and June 1931. Sample articles include: Questions and Answers by C. W. Leadbeater; Theosophy and Einstein by Herbert Radcliffe; Is It Wrong to Exploit Animals by Leo L. Partlow; Service to All Living Things by Annie Besant; Child Psychology by E. von Haller; Dr. Hrdlicka on Evolution by Geoffrey Hodson; On the New Race Type by A. G. Pape; Higher Aspect of Racial Relations by C. F. Andrews; and much more. 332 pages, ISBN 0766153339, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., World Theosophy Magazine (January 1932-May 1932), World Theosophy is an unsectarian publication dedicated to the art of living, to world brotherhood and to the dissemination of truth. This volume contains the monthly issues of World Theosophy for January 1932-May 1932. Sample articles include: Theosophical Life by Annie Besant; Manís Hidden Powers by G.S. Arundale; Way of Occultism by Josephine Ransom; Psychology of Individual Education by J. Emile Marcault; Necessity for Reincarnation by Annie Besant; Death and Afterwards by Edwin Arnold; Reincarnation and Modern Thought by Alexander Horne; Is Science Vindicating Religion by John Haynes Holmes; Occult Side of Disease by W.M. Davidson; Adolescent and His Needs by Julia K. Commer; Motherhood Through the Ages by Muriel Lauder Lewis; Right Endeavor by C. Jinarajadasa; and much more. 414 pages, ISBN 0766153312, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., World Theosophy Magazine (July 1931-December 1931), World Theosophy is an unsectarian publication dedicated to the art of living, to world brotherhood and to the dissemination of truth. This volume contains the monthly issues of World Theosophy for July, September, October and December 1931. Sample articles include: Interview with Dr. Annie Besant by Edward Halton James; Law of Hierarchies by H. T. Edge; Vision by Geoffrey Hodson; My Educational Mission by Rabindranath Tagore; Personality and Daily Life by Peter Freeman; Armed for the Fight by John Haynes Holmes; Practical Religion by C. Jinarajadasa; Religion of the New Age by G. S. Arundale; and much more. 328 pages, ISBN 0766153320, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blavatsky, H.P., World Theosophy Magazine (June 1932-December 1933), World Theosophy is an unsectarian publication dedicated to the art of living, to world brotherhood and to the dissemination of truth. This volume contains the monthly issues of World Theosophy for June, July, September and November 1932, and March and December 1933. Sample articles include: Hypnotism by H.P. Blavatsky; Future Socialism by Annie Besant; Death Penalty by L.W. Rogers; Mental Hygiene by George B. Lake; Vision of the Future by G.S. Arundale; Occult Life by Leo L. Partlow; In Defense of Astrology by H.P. Blavatsky; Olcott, Wheaton by Sidney A. Cook; T.S. Solidarity and Ideals by H.S. Olcott; Spirit of India by Rukmini Arundale; On Relative Values by Joseph Bibby; Small Worries by C.W. Leadbeater; Passing of Annie Besant by Sri Ram; Brotherhood, Beauty Service by H. Douglas Wild; and much more. 500 pages, ISBN 0766153304, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blech, Aimee, To Those Who Suffer (1908), A few points in theosophical teachings. To all of you who suffer, whatever be the nature of your trials and griefs, another soul which has also suffered addresses these pages in an ardent wish to relieve some of your anguish, bring you a little hope, and cause some ray of consolation to flash in upon your darkness. 94 pages, ISBN 0766148874, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bledsoe, Albert Taylor, A Theodicy Or Vindication of the Divine Glory (1854), As manifested in the constitution and government of the moral world. This work does not profess to discover any great truth or any new principle. It hopes to attain a clear and precise statement of old truths. These truths, thus clearly defined, were seized with a firm grasp and carried as lights through the dark places of theology, so as to expel the errors and delusions by which its glory has been obscured. If the author did not succeed, nor even attempted to succeed, in solving any mysteries, it is hoped he has removed certain apparent contradictions which have usually been deemed insuperable to the human mind. 366 pages, ISBN 0766165906, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bledsoe, Benjamin Franklin, Trestle Board Magazine (1919), A monthly magazine for Masons, considered Americaís greatest Masonic magazine. The reader will find instructive and interesting articles on Masonry by some of the most noted and learned of Masonic students, as well as reproductions of rare and quaint pictures of various phases of masonry, past and present. Includes the following issues: September 1919; November 1919; March 1920; May 1920; September 1920; November 1920; and December 1920. 400 pages, ISBN 0766140431, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blewitt, George, Inquiry Whether a General Practice of Virtue Tends to the Wealth or Poverty, Benefit or Disadvantage of a People (1725), In which the pleas offered by the author of the Fable of the Bees, or private vices public benefits for the usefulness of vice and roguery are considered, with some thoughts concerning a toleration of public stews. 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. 228 pages, ISBN 0766168468, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blight, Reynold E., Freemasonry at a Glance: Answers to 555 Questions (1928), Answers Questions Relating to: The Mason and the Lodge; The Blue Degrees; Temple of King Solomon; Lost Word; Legend of Hiram; Sacred Law; Religion of Freemasonry; Sacred Numbers; How Did it all Begin?; Masonic History Highlights; Masonry in the American Revolution; Freemasonry in the USA; Landmarks and Customs; Making Masons at Sight; Great Men who Were Masons; Women and Masonry; Negro Masonry; Freemasonry ëRound the World; Quaint and Curious Facts; Roman Catholic Church and Freemasonry. 112 pages, ISBN 0766107175, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bloch, Chayim, Golem: Legends of the Ghetto of Prague, A "Golem" is an artificial man made by qabalistic magic and legends of this strange being extend back at least to the ghettos of medieval Germany. The Golem was created to serve its creator. 244 pages, ISBN 0766101118, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bloch, Iwan, Anthropological Studies in the Strange Sexual Practices of All Races in All Ages (1933), Selected contents: Strange sexual relations of Negroid primitives - tribal amatory customs and pleasure contrivances - savage lesbian love - Indians; Sophisticated forms of vice - urban and rural - relative frequency of perversities in men and women of primitive and modern races; Ideal marriage and strange sexual practices - obscene cults; Pastoral studies of sex - gigantic sexual literature of theology - illuminating anthropological contributions of the confessional; And much, much, much more. 272 pages, ISBN 0766133826, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blodgett, George S., Philosophy and Practice of Chiropractic in Special Diseases (1921), In presenting this work, it is the attempt of the author to advance the relation of subluxations to disease, also the chiropractic interpretation for the occurrence of many diseases. Appreciating the fact that only rational chiropractic can stand the light of scientific investigation, it is the constant endeavor, in all diseases herein considered, to present the adjusting point, the nerve pathway from the spine to the organ, the physiological action of the adjustment and the chiropractic prognosis. The addition of the medical prognosis is to enable the chiropractic practitioner to draw into play the element of comparison which has as its object the revelation of the efficacy of the practice of chiropractic over the practice of medicine in nearly all instances. 256 pages, ISBN 0766166538, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bloom, J. Harvey, Shakespeareís Church otherwise the Collegiate Church of the Holy Trinity of Stratford-upon-Avon (1902), An architectural and ecclesiastical history of Shakespeareís hometown church and its ornaments. Illustrated with photographs. Contents: Foundation and structural alterations; The building; Mediaeval furniture and ornaments: Misericordes, stained glass, altar plate, font, bells, organ, pulpit; The chapelries: Bishopton, Luddington, Clopton, Shottery, St. James; History of the college: building, seals, rectors, chantry keepers, deans and vicars; Monuments; Abstracts and inscriptions upon the older tombs in the churchyard; Appendices; Addenda. 308 pages, ISBN 0766131076, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bloomfield, Maurice, Cerberus The Dog of Hades (1905), The history of an idea. A collection of thoughts and discussions on Cerberus in art, literature and the myths behind the dog of Hades. 52 pages, ISBN 0766130207, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blount, Charles, Oracles of Reason (1693), This volume consists of several letters relative to: a vindication of Dr. Burnetís Archiologia; the 7th and 8th chapters of the same; of Moseís description of the original state of man; Dr. Burnetís appendix of the Brachmins religion; account of the Deistís religion; of the immortality of the soul; concerning the Arrians, Trinitarians and councils; that felicity consists in pleasure; of fate and fortune; of the original of the Jews; lawfulness of marrying two sisters successively; political account of the subversion of Judaism and original of the Millennium; of the auguries of the ancients; natural religion as opposed to divine revelation; that the soul is matter; and that the world is eternal. 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. 254 pages, ISBN 0766169189, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blount, Godfrey, Science of Symbols (1905), Setting forth the true reason for symbolism and ritual, their relation to the teaching of Christ, and their necessary adoption by all forms of religious expression. Contents: this world and the other; symbols and rituals; spirit and truth; life, light and love; the Catholic faith; reason of ritual; invocation; communion; conclusion. 150 pages, ISBN 0766166511, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bloxam, Matthew Holbeche, The Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture with an Explanation of Technical Terms, and a Centenary of Ancient Terms, 1849. Contents: Origin, Progress, and Decline of Gothic or English Ecclesiastical Architecture; Definition of Gothic Architecture; Different kinds of Arches; Anglo Saxon Style; Anglo Norman Style; Semi Norman Style; Early English Style; Decorated English Style; Florid or Perpendicular English Style; Debased English Style. Illustrated.# 362 pages, ISBN 0766183122, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blunt, Hugh Francis, Great Magdalens (1928), These are the stories of penitent women whose stories I beg to tell, shining lights of Godís good mercy. Many of them are heroines of penance. Contents: penitents of the stage; voices from the desert; Magdalens of the Ages of Penance; woman Augustine loved; Rosamond Clifford; Saint Margaret of Cortona; Blessed Angela of Foligno; Blessed Claire of Rimini; Saint Hyacintha of Mariscotti; Catalina de Cardona, the sinner; Beatrice Cenci; Princess Palatine; Madame de Longueville; Louise de la Valliere; Madame de Montespan; Madame de la Sabliere; Madame Pompadour; Madame Tiquet. 348 pages, ISBN 0766175057, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Blunt, John Henry , Dictionary of Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Parties and Schools of Religious Thought (1874), Principle contents: Jewish sects; heathen religions; heretics; early heretics; later heretics; medieval sects and heresies; continental sects; English sects; chief existing sects; Scottish sects; American sects; Russian sects; church parties; schools of thought. 660 pages, ISBN 0766130053, $40.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boardman, George Dana, Divine Man from the Nativity to the Temptation (1887), Contents: Prologue to the Gospel; Preface to the Gospels; Annunciation to Zacharias; Annunciation to Mary; Visit of Mary to Elisabeth; Birth and Training of John the Baptist; Annunciation to Joseph; Birth of Jesus Christ; Two Genealogies of Jesus Christ; Annunciation to the Shepherds; Circumcision of Jesus Christ; Presentation of Jesus Christ; Homage of Simeon and Anna; Homage of the Wise Men; Flight into Egypt; Massacre of the Innocents; Settlement at Nazareth; Training of Jesus Christ; Baptistís Heraldry; Baptism of Jesus Christ; Temptation of Jesus Christ. 292 pages, ISBN 0766171450, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boas, Ralph, Cotton Mather, Keeper of the Puritan Conscience (1928), In this study, the authors have tried to present a fair picture of the most famous Puritan of the middle period, with due regard to his social background in its various aspects. Students of the period will recognize the many and varied sources from which the material has been gathered; for the general reader, for whom this study is intended, minute citation of sources would serve no useful purpose. Illustrated. 288 pages, ISBN 0766175162, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boccaccio, Giovanni, The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio, Here beginneth the book called Decameron and surnamed Prince Galahalt wherein are contained a hundred stories in the ten days told by seven ladies and three young men. 546 pages, ISBN 0766171418, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Aurora, That is, the DayóSpring or Dawning of the Day in the Orient or Morning Redness in the Rising of the Sun. That is the Root or Mother of Philosophie, Astrologie and Theologie from the true Ground. Or a Description of Nature, I. How All was, and came to be in the Beginning. II. How Nature and the Elements are become Creaturely. III. Also of the Two Qualities Evil and Good. IV. From whence all things had their Original. V. And how all stand and work at present. VI. Also how all will be at the End of the Time. VII. Also what is the Condition of the Kingdom of God, and of the Kingdom of Hell. VIII. And how men work and act creaturely in Each of them. All this set down diligently from a true Ground in the Knowledge of the Spirit, and in the impulse of God. 736 pages, ISBN 1564591158, $43.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Clavis, or Key, Sparrow, John. An Exposition of Some Principal Matters and Words in the Writings of Jacob Boehme. "But since the lovers desire a Clavis, or key of my writings, I am ready and willing to pleasure them in it, and will set down a short description of the ground of those strange words; some of which are taken from nature and sense, and some are the words of strange masters, which I have tried according to sense, and found them good and fit. I will write but a short description of the divine manifestation, yet as much as I can comprehend in brief; and expound the strange words for the better understanding of our books for the consideration and help of beginners. 112 pages, ISBN 1564592677, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Concerning the Three Principles of the Divine Essence (Vol. 1), Volume one of two volumes. (The following description is for both volumes.) Edited by John Sparrow. Of the Eternal, Dark, Light, and Temporary World. Showing What the Soul, the Image and the Spirit of the Soul are; and also what Angels, Heaven, and Paradise are. How Adam was before the Fall, in the Fall, and after the Fall. And what the Wrath of God, Sin, Death, the Devils and Hell are. How all things have been, now are, and how they shall be at the Last. Some have complained of the hardness to understand his writings, and therefore I have endeavored the Englishing of this book of the Three Principles, which, the author saith, is the A, B, C to all his writings; and if they read it carefully, they will find it, though hard at first, easy at last, and then all his other books easy, and full of deep understanding. A man cannot conceive the wonderful knowledge before he hath read this book thoroughly and diligently, which he will find to be contained in it. 430 pages, ISBN 0766126021, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Concerning the Three Principles of the Divine Essence (Vol. 2), Volume two of two volumes. (The following description is for both volumes.) Edited by John Sparrow. Of the Eternal, Dark, Light, and Temporary World. Showing What the Soul, the Image and the Spirit of the Soul are; and also what Angels, Heaven, and Paradise are. How Adam was before the Fall, in the Fall, and after the Fall. And what the Wrath of God, Sin, Death, the Devils and Hell are. How all things have been, now are, and how they shall be at the Last. Some have complained of the hardness to understand his writings, and therefore I have endeavored the Englishing of this book of the Three Principles, which, the author saith, is the A, B, C to all his writings; and if they read it carefully, they will find it, though hard at first, easy at last, and then all his other books easy, and full of deep understanding. A man cannot conceive the wonderful knowledge before he hath read this book thoroughly and diligently, which he will find to be contained in it. 444 pages, ISBN 076612603X, $30.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Confessions of Jacob Boehme, Introduction by Evelyn Underhill. ìJacob Boehme, who reveals to us in this book some of the secrets of his inner life, was among the most original of the great Christian mystics. With a natural genius for the things of the spirit, he also exhibited many of the characteristics of the psychic, the seer, and the metaphysician; and his influence on philosophy has been at least as great as his influence on religious mysticism. 180 pages, ISBN 1564592146, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Dialogues on the Supersensual Life, Edited by William Law. ìThe Soul, in the doctrine of Boehme, is a Being which has a will or desire, and is aided by a mirror of understanding or imagination. Will or Desire is of the very essence of the Soul, inseparable from its existence. He says: ëWhere Desire is, there is also Essence or Being.í The Soul is subject to the diverse attractions of the Centre of Divine Life and Light, and of the Spirit of the World. Enlightened by its understanding it has the free power to turn its will towards, and unite itself to, this or that. Choose well, thy choice is brief and yet endless. 180 pages, ISBN 1564592162, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Epistles of Jacob Boehme, Very useful and necessary for those that read his writings, and are very full of excellent and plain Instructions how to attain to The Life of Christ. 228 pages, ISBN 1564590313, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Forty Questions of the Soul, Sparrow, John. "The author wrote this answer to these questions, chiefly for his friend's sake that sent them to him, as also for the benefit of all such as love the knowledge of Mysteries: this friend who traveled for learning and hidden wisdom, and in his return home, happened to hear of this author in the city of Gorlitz; and when he had obtained acquaintance with him, he rejoiced, that at last he had found at home, in a poor cottage, that which he had traveled for so far, and not received satisfaction: then he went to the several universities in Germany, and did there collect such questions concerning the soul, as were thought and accounted impossible to be resolved fundamentally and convincingly; which he made this catalog of, and sent to this author, from whom he received these answers according to his desire, wherein he and many others that saw them received full satisfaction. 364 pages, ISBN 1564592669, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Incarnation of Jesus Christ, Translated from the German by John Rolleston Earle, M.A. ìWritten according to divine illumination.î Contents: I. How the eternal Word has become man; and of Mary the Virgin, who she was from her first beginning, and what sort of mother she became by conception of her son Jesus Christ. II. How we must enter into the suffering, dying and death of Christ; and out of his death rise again with him and through him, and become like his image, and live eternally in him. III. The tree of Christian faith. A true instruction, showing how many may be one spirit with God, and what he has to do to work the works of God. 288 pages, ISBN 1564593789, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Mysterium Magnum (Vol. 1) Or An Exposition of the First Book of Moses Called Genesis, Volume one of a two volume set. (This description is for all volumes.) Edited by John Sparrow. Concerning the Manifestation or Revelation of the Divine Word through the Three Principles of the Divine Essence; also of the Original of the World and the Creation. Wherein the Kingdom of Nature, and the Kingdom of Grace, are Expounded. For the better understanding of the Old and New Testament, and what Adam and Christ are, also How Man should consider and may know himself in the Light of Nature, what he is, and wherein his Temporal, and Eternal Life, Consist; also, wherein his Eternal Blessedness, and Damnation Consist. And is an Exposition of the Essence of all Essences for the further Consideration of the Lovers, in the Divine Gift. Comprised in Three Parts. ìSince then the great Mysteries, the beginning of and original of all things, do befall us by divine grace; that we are able to understand the same in real knowledge, with the inspired word of the divine science, we will write down its ground in this book: I. We will signify and declare what the centre and ground of all essences is. II. What the divine manifestation is. III. How evil and good have their original from one only ground. IV. How all things have their ground from the Grand Mystery. V. How the eternal One introduceth itself into sensation, perception, and severation, to the science of itself, and the play of the divine power. VI. How man may attain to the true knowledge of God, and to the knowledge of the eternal and temporal nature. VII. Also how man may come unto the real contemplation of the Being of all beings. VIII. Also of the creation of the world and of all creatures. IX. And then of the original, fall, and restoration of man; what he is according to the first Adamical man in the kingdom of nature: and what he is in the new regeneration in the kingdom of grace, and how the new birth comes to pass. X. Also what the Old and New Testaments are, each in its understanding. And we will enlarge this exposition through all the chapters of the first Book of Moses; and signify how the Old Testament is a figure of the New. 500 pages, ISBN 0766126277, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Mysterium Magnum (Vol. 2) Or An Exposition of the First Book of Moses Called Genesis, Volume two of a two volume set. (This description is for all volumes.) Edited by John Sparrow. Concerning the Manifestation or Revelation of the Divine Word through the Three Principles of the Divine Essence; also of the Original of the World and the Creation. Wherein the Kingdom of Nature, and the Kingdom of Grace, are Expounded. For the better understanding of the Old and New Testament, and what Adam and Christ are, also How Man should consider and may know himself in the Light of Nature, what he is, and wherein his Temporal, and Eternal Life, Consist; also, wherein his Eternal Blessedness, and Damnation Consist. And is an Exposition of the Essence of all Essences for the further Consideration of the Lovers, in the Divine Gift. Comprised in Three Parts. ìSince then the great Mysteries, the beginning of and original of all things, do befall us by divine grace; that we are able to understand the same in real knowledge, with the inspired word of the divine science, we will write down its ground in this book: I. We will signify and declare what the centre and ground of all essences is. II. What the divine manifestation is. III. How evil and good have their original from one only ground. IV. How all things have their ground from the Grand Mystery. V. How the eternal One introduceth itself into sensation, perception, and severation, to the science of itself, and the play of the divine power. VI. How man may attain to the true knowledge of God, and to the knowledge of the eternal and temporal nature. VII. Also how man may come unto the real contemplation of the Being of all beings. VIII. Also of the creation of the world and of all creatures. IX. And then of the original, fall, and restoration of man; what he is according to the first Adamical man in the kingdom of nature: and what he is in the new regeneration in the kingdom of grace, and how the new birth comes to pass. X. Also what the Old and New Testaments are, each in its understanding. And we will enlarge this exposition through all the chapters of the first Book of Moses; and signify how the Old Testament is a figure of the New. 512 pages, ISBN 0766126285, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, On the Election of Grace and Theosophic Questions, Of the one will of God; Of the origin of Godís ever-speaking Word; Of the introduction of the fiery enkindling into form; Of the original condition of the created world; Of the original state of man; Of manís fall, and of his wife; Of the animal manifestation in man; Of passages of the Holy Scripture; Of opposition between passages in the Scriptures; A brief compilation of objections; A further comparison and explanation of the passages concerning Election; A brief account of some questions that confound Reason; Theosophic Questions: What is God, apart from nature and creature, in himself? What is the abyss of all things where no creature is, or the unfathomable nothing? What is Godís love and anger? What was there before the angels and the world of creation were? What was the ground and the essential principle from which the angels were created? What is the office and the mode of activity of the angels? What moved Lucifer that he had a desire contrary to God, and turned himself away from the good? How can a devil have arisen from an angel? or, what is a devil? In what essence and being does he stand after the fall? Seeing that God is almighty, why did He not resist Lucifer, and prevent this? What was it the devil desired, with a view to which he turned aside from Godís love? What was the combat between Michael and the dragon? How may the eternal counsel of God be contemplated in the Divine intuition? How was the expulsion of the dragon and the legions of Lucifer brought about? What is the office of the devil in hell? Had the foundation of hell a temporal beginning, or has it been from eternity? 396 pages, ISBN 1564591468, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Signature of all Things; of the Supersensual Life; of Heaven and Hell; Discourse Between Two Souls, Showing the Sign and Signification of the Several Forms and Shapes in the Creation; and what the Beginning, Ruin, and Cure of Everything is. It proceeds out of Eternity into Time, and again out of Time into Eternity, and Comprises all Mysteries. And other Writings Of the Supersensual Life or the Life which is Above Sense; The Way from Darkness to True Illumination; Discourse Between Two Souls. Contents: How that all whatever is spoken of God without the Knowledge of the Signature is dumb and without Understanding, and that in the Mind of Man the Signature lies very exactly composed, according to the Being of all Beings, Of the Opposition and Combat in the Essence of all Essences, whereby the Ground of the Sympathy and Antipathy in Nature may be seen, and also the Corruption and Cure of each Thing, Of the great Mystery of all Beings, Of the Birth of the four Elements and Stars, Of the Sulphurean Death, and how the dead Body is revived and replaced into its first Glory or Holiness, How a Water and Oil is generated, How Adam (while he was in Paradise) and also Lucifer were glorious Angels, Of the Sulphurean Sude, or Seething of the Earth, Of the Signature, showing how the inward signs the outward, Of the inward and outward Cure of Man, Of the Process of Christ in his Suffering, Dying, and Rising again, Of the Seventh Form in the Kingdom of the Mother, Of the Enmity of the Spirit and Body, and of their Cure and Restoration, Of the Wheel of Sulphur, Mercury, and Salt; of the Generation of Good and Evil: how the one is changed into the other, Of the Will of the great Mystery in Good and Evil; how a good and evil Will originally arises, and how the one introduces itself into the other, Of the Eternal Signature and Heavenly Joy; Things were brought into Evil and Good.; Of the Supersensual Life: Two Dialogues between a Scholar or Disciple and his Master; The Way from Darkness to True Illumination: A Discourse between a Soul Hungry and Thirsty and a Soul Enlightened. 306 pages, ISBN 1564592154, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Six Theosophic Points, Earle, John Rolleston. An Open Gate of all the Secrets of Life Wherein the Causes of all Beings Become Known; Six Mystical Points; On the Earthly and Heavenly Mystery; On the Divine Intuition. First Point: Of the springing of the three Principles, Of the first growth and life from the first Principle, Of the proprium of the principle; Second Point, Of the mixed tree of evil and good; Third Point, Of the origin of contrariety in growth; Fourth Point, How the holy and good tree of eternal life grows through and out of all the growths of the three principles; Fifth Point, How a life may perish in the tree of life, Of the right human essence from God's essence; Sixth Point, Of the life of darkness, wherein the devils dwell, Of the four elements of the devil and of the dark world; Six Mystical Points, On the blood and water of the soul, On the election of grace, On sin, How Christ will deliver up the kingdom to his Father, On Magic, On Mystery; On the Earthly and Heavenly Mystery; On the Divine Intuition: What God is, Of the mind, will, and thoughts of human life, Of the the natural ground, Of the In and Out. 218 pages, ISBN 1564592405, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Thoughts on the Spiritual Life (1896), Contents: The Source of the Highest Joy; The New Birth; The Will; True Faith; Evil; How to Overcome Evil; The Soul; Consecration; The Power of Humility; The Greatest of These is Love; Your Life is Hid; Christís Recognition of His Own; God Working for Us; Our Own God. 112 pages, ISBN 1564599051, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Threefold Life of Man, The High and Deep Searching Out of the Three Principles. Contents: Of the Original Matrix, or Genetrix; Further of the Genetrix; Concerning the Birth of Love; Of the Wellspring of Light; Of the Wisdom of God, and of the Angelical World; Of the World, and also of Paradise; Of the True Corner Stone; Of the Transitory, and of the Eternal Life; Of the Threefold Life; How Man may find himself; Of the True Knowledge, what man is; Of the True Christian Life and Conversation; Of Christ's most precious Testaments; Of the Broad Way, and of the Narrow Way; Of the Mixed World and its Wickedness; Of Praying and Fasting; Of God's blessing in this World; Of Death, and of Dying. 674 pages, ISBN 1564592243, $41.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, True Resignation, How man must die daily, in his own will, in Self: and how he must bring his desire into God what he should ask and desire of God, also how he must spring up out of the dying of the sinful man, with a new mind and will, through the Spirit of Christ. Also What the old and new Man is, and what either of them is in life, Will, and doing. 112 pages, ISBN 1564592170, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boehme, Jacob, Way to Christ, Of True Repentance; of True Resignation; of Regeneration; of the Supersensual Life, Contents: The First Book: Of True Repentance; The Second Book: Of True Resignation; The Third Book: Of Regeneration, or the New Birth; The Fourth Book: A Dialog between a Scholar and his Master, concerning the Super-Sensual Life. 156 pages, ISBN 1564592189, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boericke, Dr. William, A Compend of the Principles of Homeopathy as Taught by Hahnemann and Verified by a Century of Clinical Application, 1896. This book is intended to be an introduction and an aid to fuller study and wider acceptance of Hahnemannís doctrine. His Organon is the great textbook of the homeopathic school. It contains philosophical conceptions and practical directions for the establishment of a true science of therapeutics and all genuine progress towards this goal is in the direction pointed out in that work. To fix its principles clearly in the mind of the student, to faithfully apply them in practice is the special duty and high privileges of homeopathy. The more this is done, the more this book becomes a veritable mountain of therapeutic light to the practitioner.# 168 pages, ISBN 0766187179, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boericke, Dr. William, Homeopathic Materia Medica Part 1, 1927. Other volumes in this set include ISBN number(s): 0766183890. Volume 1 of 2: The characteristic and guiding symptoms of all remedies, clinical and pathogenetic. This book contains the well known verified characteristic symptoms of all our medicines besides other less important symptoms aiding the selection of the curative remedy. All the new medicines and essentials of the published clinical experience of the school have been added. This is a succinct resume of the symptomatology of every medicine used in Homeopathy.# 516 pages, ISBN 0766183882, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boericke, Dr. William, Homeopathic Materia Medica Part 2, 1927. Other volumes in this set include ISBN number(s): 0766183882. Volume 2 of 2. The characteristic and guiding symptoms of all remedies, clinical and pathogenetic. This book contains the well known verified characteristic symptoms of all our medicines besides other less important symptoms aiding the selection of the curative remedy. All the new medicines and essentials of the published clinical experience of the school have been added. This is a succinct resume of the symptomatology of every medicine used in Homeopathy.# 578 pages, ISBN 0766183890, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boetius, Boetius, Five Books of Philosophical Comfort Full of Christian Consolation Written a 1,000 Years Since (1609), This excellent book, proving shortly, yet surely, the vanity of all other goods; the verity of manís onely good to consist in solely settling his soul on God the sovereign, was presented for the common good. Boetiusí books found in this work contain his complaint and miseries, and how philosophy helps to apply more forcible remedies of his complaints, and treats true felicity. 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. 306 pages, ISBN 0766168158, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bogg, John Stuart, Glossary Or The Meaning of Specific Terms and Phrases Used by Swedenborg in his Theological Writings (1915), A glossary of Swedenborgís terms and phrases, with definitions given in his own words. Compiled, with an introduction, by John Stuart Bogg. Some of the terms used, e.g., Internal, External, Natural, Rational, Spiritual, Celestial, etc., are dealt with in the Glossary under various headings, each adding something to the studentís knowledge of the particular subject treated of. 188 pages, ISBN 0766137120, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boguet, Henry, Examen of Witches (1929), This work an ancient manuscript drawn from various trials of many of this sect in the district of Saint Oyan de Joux, commonly known as Saint Claude in the county of Burgundy including the procedure to a judge in trials for witchcraft. Henry Boguet, chief Judge in Burgundy, penned this little treatise concerning that which had been done with regard to the miserable sect of people, or witches, in order that all may know the zeal with which the Archbishop of Besancon strove to purge the land of Saint Claude from witches. 380 pages, ISBN 0766158217, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bohme, Jakob, Works of Jacob Behmen: The Teutonic Philosopher Vol. 1 (1764), Volume 1. This volume contains the works of Jacob Behmen, better known as Jakob Bohme, the German mystic. His philosophy was especially concerned with the problem of evil and rested on the thesis of the dualism of God. His writings were a strong influence on the development of idealism, Romanticism and theology, particularly of Quakers and Pietists. Found in this volume is The Aurora and the Three Principles, to which is prefixed the life of the author, with figures illustrating his principles. 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. 626 pages, ISBN 0766167585, $38.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bohme, Jakob, Works of Jacob Behmen: The Teutonic Philosopher Vol. 2 (1764), Volume 2. This volume contains the works of Jacob Behmen, better known as Jakob Bohme, the German mystic. His philosophy was especially concerned with the problem of evil and rested on the thesis of the dualism of God. His writings were a strong influence on the development of idealism, Romanticism and theology, particularly of Quakers and Pietists. Found in this volume is the Threefold Life of Man; Answers to Forty Questions Concerning the Soul; Treatise of the Incarnation, in three parts; and The Clavis, or An Explanation of Some Principal Points and Expressions in His Writings, with figures, illustrating his principles. 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. 572 pages, ISBN 0766168522, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bohme, Jakob, Works of Jacob Behmen: The Teutonic Philosopher Vol. 3 (1764), Volume 3. This volume contains the works of Jacob Behmen, better known as Jakob Bohme, the German mystic. His philosophy was especially concerned with the problem of evil and rested on the thesis of the dualism of God. His writings were a strong influence on the development of idealism, Romanticism and theology, particularly of Quakers and Pietists. Found in this volume is The Mysterium Magnum or an explanation of the first Book of Moses, called Genesis, in three parts; and Four Tables of Divine Revelation, with figures, illustrating his principles. 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. 600 pages, ISBN 0766167828, $37.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bohme, Jakob, Works of Jacob Behmen: The Teutonic Philosopher Vol. 4 (1764), Volume 4. This volume contains the works of Jacob Behmen, better known as Jakob Bohme, the German mystic. His philosophy was especially concerned with the problem of evil and rested on the thesis of the dualism of God. His writings were a strong influence on the development of idealism, Romanticism and theology, particularly of Quakers and Pietists. Found in this volume is Signatura Rerum, the signature of all things; Of the Election of Grace, or of Godís Will towards Man, commonly called predestination; Discourse between a soul hungry and thirsty after the foundation of life, the sweet love of Jesus Christ and a soul enlightened; Of the Four Complexions; and Of Christís Testaments, Baptism and the Supper, with figures illustrating his principles. 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. 558 pages, ISBN 0766168824, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boirac, Emile, Our Hidden Forces (1917), An experimental study of the psychic sciences. Contents: cryptoidal phenomena; thought, the hidden force; animal magnetism in the light of new investigations; our own subliminal powers; psychology of the future, parapsychical phenomena; new experimental method in hypnology; mesmerism and suggestion; provocation of sleep at a distance; telepathy; relation of telepathy to human magnetism; apparent transposition of the senses; colors of human magnetism; strange phenomena; exteriorization, or dissociation of the motor nerve force; scientific study of spiritism; human radiations; conductibility of psychic force. 336 pages, ISBN 0766138054, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bok, Edward, Successward: A Young Manís Book for Young Men (1899), The average young man is apt to think that success is not for him. To his mind it is a gift to the few, not to the many. All that is hoped for from this book is that it may have for young men a certain sense of nearness to their own lives and thoughts. Contents: a correct knowledge of himself; what, really is success? young man in business; his prospects and salary; his social life and amusements; sowing his wild oats; in matters of dress; his religious life; attitude toward women; question of marriage. 192 pages, ISBN 0766159388, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bok, Edward W., Dollars Only (1926), Contents: when money is king and business our god; when a manís worth something; greatest word in the English language; man after he achieves; giving service and in business, too; why donít you prove your point; our name and our work; men of light and leading; what else did father do; my own experience; you. 256 pages, ISBN 0766164918, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bolde, Samuel, Plea for Moderation Towards Dissenters (1682), This work was occasioned by the Grand Juries presenting the sermon against persecution at the last Assizes held at Sherburn in Dorsetshire, to which is added an answer to the objections commonly made against that sermon. 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. 46 pages, ISBN 0766168638, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bolingbroke, Henry, Reflections Concerning Innate Moral Principles (1752), We have an immediate and intuitive knowledge of our own existence and from thence results the greatest certainty we are capable of: shall we not have the same knowledge, the same certainty, that compassion is not an accidental affection, but an original and constituent part of our Being? and as we perceive that we derive our existence from some other than ourselves, shall we not also perceive that we derive our compassion wholly from our nature? Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in French and translated into Old English on the facing page. 86 pages, ISBN 0766169456, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bolitho, William, Twelve Against the Gods (1929), This book is intended to elucidate history somewhat, more to illustrate it, to honor without hypocrisy the deeds of men and women whose destiny was larger, if not deeper than our own. Above all to shake loose the perception of the adventurer in us and of us in the adventurer. Included are sketches on the following: Alexander the Great; Casanova; Christopher Columbus; Mahomet; Lola Montez; Cagliostro, and Seraphina; Charles XII of Sweden; Napoleon I; Lucius Sergius Catiline; Napoleon III; Isadora Duncan; and Woodrow Wilson. 314 pages, ISBN 0766143341, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bolton, Herbert E., Chronicles of America Vol. 23: Spanish Borderlands (1921), Volume 23 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 Spanish Borderlands is a chronicle of old Florida and the Southwest. It tells of Spanish pathfinders and pioneers in the regions between Florida and California over which Spain held sway for centuries. 334 pages, ISBN 0766160068, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bolwell, Robert Whitney, The Renaissance (1929), This anthology of English Literature includes the time period known as the Renaissance. The Renaissance, as the period which effects the change into modernism has been called, was the rebirth of an attitude toward life which medieval thought had stifled. The renaissance man was awakened to the possibility of beauty and gratification in this mortal life. He did not abandon religion, but he enlarged his life to include many new interests. Partial Contents: early Tudor lyrics; Sir Thomas Wyatt; Henry Howard; John Heywood; Lord Vaux Thomas; Thomas Norton; Thomas Sackville; John Foxe; Roger Ascham; Ralph Holinshed; John Lyly; Sir Philip Sidney; Edmund Spenser; Sir Walter Raleigh; Christopher Marlowe; Elizabethan Lyrics; George Gascoigne; Anthony Munday; Sir Edward Dyer; George Peele; Thomas Lodge; Nicholas Breton; Robert Southwell; Samuel Daniel; William Shakespeare; Thomas Campion; Michael Drayton; John Fletcher; John Donne; Robert Greene; Thomas Nashe; Thomas Decker; Francis Bacon; Ben Johnson; notes. 562 pages, ISBN 0766170764, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bombaugh, C.C., Facts and Fancies for the Curious from the Harvest-Fields of Literature A Melange of Excerpta (1870), The author collates his favorite selections from literature, none more than a page or two long. Includes Americana, Our national airs, Our historic characters, Our wonderlands, Our language, First things, Prototypes, Forecasts, Miscellanea Curiosa, Facetiae, Flashes of repartee, Word-twisting of the punsters, Clever hits of the humorists, Hits of the satirists, Evasions of ambiguity, Comical blunders, Missing the point of the jokes, Even Homer sometimes nods, Stretches of poetic license, Misquotation, Falsities and fallacies, Legendary lore, Parallel passages, Wit of the epigrammatists, Enigmas, Voices from Godís acre, Honeyed phrase of compliment, Mazes of obscurity, Ideal physical proportions, Famous beauties, Female poisoners, Brevities, Toasts and mottoes, Finis coronat opus. 646 pages, ISBN 0766136043, $40.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bombaugh, C.C., Gleanings from the Harvest-Fields of Literature A Melange of Excerpta, Curious, Humorous, and Instructive (1870), The author collates his favorite selections from literature, none more than a page or two long. Includes alphabetical whims, acrostics, alliteration, anagrams, the Bible, bouts rimes, the Cento, chronograms, churchyard literature, concatenation, or chain verse, conformity of sense to sound, curious books, singular customs, difficult versification, ecclesiasticae, echo verse, emblematic poetry, the English language, epigrams, etc. 552 pages, ISBN 0766134121, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bompas, Cecil Henry, Folklore of the Santal Parganas (1909), The Santals are a Munda tribe, a branch of that aboriginal element which probably entered India from the North East. At the present day they inhabit the Eastern outskirts of the Chutia Nagpore plateau. The Santals are great storytellers; the old folk of the village gather the young people round them in the evening and tell them stories, and the men when watching the crops on the threshing floor will often sit up all night telling stories. This work is a collection of these stories, translated into English for the delight of readers throughout the world. 478 pages, ISBN 0766162478, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bompas, George C., Problem of the Shakespeare Plays (1902), Contents: the problem; William Shakespeareís life and eduction; Francis Baconís life and education; comparison of the plays with Baconís prose work; Promus; comparison of the plays with Baconís life; Hamlet; Twelfth Night, Loveís Laborís Lost;, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Midsummerís Nightís Dream; historical plays 1591; Venus and Adonis and Lucrece; Comedy of Errors and other plays; dark period 1601-1606; Baconís late prosperity 1606-1620; Baconís fall 1621; contemporary allusions; Folio of 1623; rifts in the clouds. 126 pages, ISBN 0766142531, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bonatus, Guido, Astrologerís Guide (1918), This book is the Astrologerís Guide, Anima Astrologiae, or a guide for astrologers, being the one hundred and forty-six consideration of the famous astrologer, Guido Bonatus, translated from the Latin. Also found within are the choicest aphorisms of the seven segments of Jerom Cardan of Milan, together with a glossary of astrological terms and a catalog of the principle fixed stars, their latitudes, longitudes and nature. 152 pages, ISBN 0766145786, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bond, Frederic Drew, Stock Movements and Speculation (1928), The man who operated a complicated machine does so best when he knows its construction. The present book aims to give the student a scientific knowledge of the factors that alternately enhance and depress stock prices. It also aims to give to those temperamentally capable of consistently successful speculative activities such help as may assist them efficiently to help themselves. Contents: stocks and stock prices; why the market moves; swings of the market; banks and the stock market; corporate control; floating supply; market control; right side of the market; speculative tactics; psychology of speculation; old market and the new. 210 pages, ISBN 0766164977, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bond, Frederick Bligh, Gate of Remembrance (1918), The story of the psychological experiment which resulted in the discovery of the Edgar Chapel at Glastonbury. Partial Contents: Lost Chapel; Documentary; Automatism; Narrative of the Writings; Table of Veridical Passages; Child of Nature; Loretto Chapel; Documentary; Architectural Details Descriptive of the Italian Chapel; Index and Synopsis. 198 pages, ISBN 0766107795, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bond, John, In the Pillory: Tale of the Borgia Pope (1927), Contents: invincible Alexander; Popeís shadow; Venus of the Vatican; papal liberties; tasting the cup of the Borgia; infant of Rome; Borgian tragedy; souvenirs of the Borgia; Rome still honors the memory of the Borgia. 39 splendid illustrations. 154 pages, ISBN 0766130177, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bonner, Hypatia Bradlaugh, Christian Hell From the 1st to the 20th Century (1913), Contents: literature and iconography; surpassing horror of Christian ideas; early Christian fathers; visions and descriptions; after the reformation; 19th century and today. With 27 illustrations. 164 pages, ISBN 0766129497, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bonner, Hypatia Bradlaugh, Christian Hell From the First to the Twentieth Century (1913), Contents: Literature and Iconography; Surpassing Horror of the Christian Idea; Early Christian Fathers; Visions and Descriptions; After the Reformation; Nineteenth Century; Today; Mission Pictures; Hell Opened to Christians; Father Furnissís Books for Children. 164 pages, ISBN 0766126838, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bonney, T.G., Abbeys and Churches of England and Wales: Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial (1887), In the present volume, it is attempted to give some idea of the manifold interest of our abbeys and churches. While it is not intended as an architectural treatise, care has been taken to give some idea of the great variety in date, in design, and in execution which these buildings afford. It inclines to the associations which gather around the buildings, and to their inseparable alliance with the history of the country. Copiously illustrated. 306 pages, ISBN 0766171558, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bonsels, Waldemar, Heaven Folk (1924), This volume contains a variety of short stories and poetry, all wonderfully written. Contents: woodland meadow; coming of the sprite; spring night; meadow folk; death of the oak tree; of angels; the duel; convolvulus; the lark; Assap and Jen; night with Uku; Traule; May beetle; dying child; the fox; queenís court; the kingdom; good bye. Beautifully illustrated throughout. 272 pages, ISBN 0766158926, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bonwick, James, Pyramid Facts and Fancies (1877), After the author spent time by the Nile and subsequent study of the Great Pyramid, he decided to write this book. This is a condensed work on information about the pyramids. The writer has no special ideas of his own to propound, but simply claims the merit of collecting intelligence for those whose time and opportunities will not warrant research. 232 pages, ISBN 0766149056, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Booth, William Stone, Droeshout Portrait of William Shakespeare An Experiment in Identification (1911), A contribution to the claim that Francis Bacon wrote the works of Shakespeare. The author shows that the Droeshout portrait of Shakespeare, that fronting the First Folio, is actually a portrait of Bacon. With 31 illustrations. 42 pages, ISBN 0766132412, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Booth, William Stone, Some Acrostic Signatures of Francis Bacon (1909), Together with some others all of which are now for the first time deciphered and published. Fully illustrated, reveals Baconís secret, hidden code! Very Scarce book! Only 150 copies originally ever printed. 646 pages, ISBN 0766128032, $40.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Borden, Richard C., How to Win an Argument (1926), In this book, the authors raise to the dignity of careful discussion those elementary tactics of successful argumentation which are ordinarily taken for granted. The principles treated are so basic, so obvious, that no one who has had the slightest experience with any phase of oral persuasion will think of questioning their entire validity. They are so thoroughly obvious that they tend to be universally overlooked. They are so altogether obvious that formal treatment in a text is necessary to make the average person aware of their existence. Contents: statement of principles; illustration of principles; exercises in analysis. 172 pages, ISBN 0766160440, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Borneman, Henry S., Early Freemasonry in Pennsylvania (1931), This book contains an address delivered before the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania, convened to commemorate 200 years of Freemasonry in Pennsylvania, October 13, 1931. Also found within is a facsimile of the Tho: Carmick Manuscript, as well as a transcription of this manuscript. 148 pages, ISBN 0766153894, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bosman, L.A., Mysteries of the Qabalah, In studying the doctrines which are presented herein, it must be notes that there are two sides to the Qabalah as known to modern Europe and modern erudition; that which is revealed through the medium of printed books, and that which can be explained either with the aid of a teacher or with the inner Light of Intuition. In this series of studies, the two methods will be blended, so that thereby fellow students may be helped to contact that great storehouse of knowledge which undoubtedly exists upon the inner planes of Nature and from which it pours down whenever a prepared mold is made ready for its reception. 56 pages, ISBN 0766148793, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bosman, Leonard, Amen: The Key to the Universe, In which the fundamental principles of the universe are expressed. The author discusses the fundamental principles of the universe as background into his further delving into the word amen, its meaning in various cultures, and its use in language and culture. He devotes a chapter into studying the letters used in amen and what each letter signifies. The final chapter discusses amen as the sacred word of east and west. 124 pages, ISBN 0766132692, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bosman, Leonard, H.P. Blavatsky: The Light-Bringer, This book gives an additional explanation of the character of H.P. Blavatsky from an unprejudiced point of view and will bring about an appreciation and understanding of an individual so misunderstood. Contents: Her Birth; Early Marriage; Character; Guru or Master; Travels; Occult Phenomena; The Work of H.P. Blavatsky; Her Character from the Horoscope; Her Emotional and Mental Activities.# 148 pages, ISBN 0766183254, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bosman, Leonard, Meaning and Philosophy of Numbers (1932), This work is not a book on numerology, but gives the why and wherefore of all systems of divination by numbers. It deals with the basic principles of the number itself. The student of Kabbalism will find in this book an abundance of explanation as to why it is that numerological systems mainly follow in definitely similar lines, even though they may vary in matters of detail. 150 pages, ISBN 0766157601, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bosman, Leonard, Mysteries of the Triangle, The triangle is the simplest figure imaginable, yet as a symbol it scintillates with meaning. Regarding it as an equilateral triangle, it is clear that it represents a balanced nature in which three equal sides are blended as one. Translating this idea into practical life and associating it with man, the simple proposition symbolized is that man has to learn the art of balance. This is taught symbolically in every degree of Freemasonry. 40 pages, ISBN 0766158861, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bosman, Leonard, Sleep On It A Key to the Nature of Dreams, 1932. Contents: The Methods of Freud. Dream Classification. The Real Dream World. Dreams and the Spiritual Body. The Organ of a New Sense. The Interpretation of Dreams. The Control of Dream Life. Healing and Helping in the Dream World. Meeting the Dead.# 142 pages, ISBN 076618241X, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bosman, Leonard, The Book of Genesis Unveiled, This volume contains a general critical study, and shows the method used for the unveiling of the Book of Genesis, describing the Creation stories of all the great religions. Contents: The Inner Side of the Pentateuch, Are there Two Creation Stories in Genesis? Are the Genesis Stories Original? The Key to the Mystery, Ancient Creation Stories.# 142 pages, ISBN 0766183319, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bosman, Leonard, The Light of a Master Mason, Bosman describes the purpose of Freemasonry and how it will bring wisdom, strength and beauty to the world. He presents a better understanding of what a Master Mason must become in order to spread the teachings of the true Freemasonry.# 52 pages, ISBN 0766183351, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boston, Thomas, Human Nature in Its Four Fold State, There are four things very necessary to be known by all that would see heaven: One, what man was in the state of innocence as God made him; two, what he is in the state of corrupt nature, as he has unmade himself; three, what he must be in the state of grace as created in Christ Jesus unto good works, and four, what he will be in his eternal state, as made by the Judge of all, either perfectly happy, or completely miserable, and that forever. Contents: The State of Innocence, The State of Nature; The State of Grace; The Eternal State. 468 pages, ISBN 0766175235, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bothwell-Gosse, A., Knights Templar, Golden Rule Lodge No. 21, Transaction 1. A little book about the secret society of the Knights Templar. What can be gathered or inferred from the charges made at the trials, from the little known about their secret ceremonies and strange initiations, their monuments and symbols, leads us to believe there was some connection between them and the occult societies of the East. Contents: history; persecution; beliefs and customs as deduced from their confessions; ritual and symbolism; tales and legends; influence of the Order of Freemasonry, modern Knights Templar. 138 pages, ISBN 0766138631, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boudinot, Elias, Star in the West Or A Humble Attempt to Discover the Long Lost Ten Tribes of Israel Preparatory to Their Return to Their Beloved City, Jerusalem (1816), This work is an attempt to investigate the present state and circumstances of the Hebrew people, to examine into their general history, in as concise a manner as may answer the authorís general plan, and to inquire after the ten tribes, which formerly constituted the kingdom of Israel, that now appear to be lost from the earth. Mr. Boudinot does not solve all the difficulties or answer all the objections that attend this investigation. 318 pages, ISBN 0766165620, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bougard, Em., Life of Saint Monica (1900), Read St. Monicaís life. Learn from this wife and mother how to pray and weep as she did; never to lose hope, and never to be discouraged; and remember that if the young men of the present day are in such imminent danger, it is because their wives and mothers do not weep as they should weep. 460 pages, ISBN 0766172376, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boulnois, Helen, Law of Being (1920), MAN - the seeker, sentient, time server, conscious, ruler, in trinity; diseases of the spirit; hidden mind' kingdom of matter; man the verb. 112 pages, ISBN 0766105563, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bourke, John G., Scatalogic Rites of All Nations (1891), A dissertation upon the employment of excrementitious remedial agents in religion, therapeutics, divination, witchcraft, love-philters, etc. in all parts of the globe. This work is based upon original notes and personal observation, and upon compilation from over one thousand authorities. The subject of Scatalogic or Stercoraceous Rites and Practices, however repellent it may be under some of its aspects, is none the less deserving of the profoundest consideration, if for no other reason that that from the former universal dissemination of such aberrations of the intellect, as well as of the religious impulses of the human race, and their present curtailment or restriction, the progress of humanity upward and onward may best be measured. 508 pages, ISBN 0766161927, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bourke, John Gregory, Snake Dance of the Moquis of Arizona (1884), The author has endeavored to present a truthful description of religious rites of the Moqui, the very existence of which is known to but a few of our people, and a narrative of incidents which may serve to entertain and amuse, if they do not instruct, those into whose hands this book may fall. The Moqui Indians inhabit seven different villages, situated a few leagues apart. In treating them all, it was impossible to avoid a seeming repetition of description, where the same apparel, food, arms and ceremonies were to be explained. This work is a narrative of a journey from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the villages of the Moqui Indians of Arizona. Illustrated. 416 pages, ISBN 0766175960, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bourke, Ulick J., Aryan Origin of the Gaelic Race and Language (1876), The Round Towers, the Brehon Law, truth of the Pentateuch. The writerís aim has been to trace the Gaels to the original habitat of their race and language. These jottings along the stream of time up to the highest and earliest source are varied; but they all tend to point to the origin of the Gaelic race and language. The varied lines of proof, tending all to one point, present in their collected force a most convincing argument that the Gaels were the first who came westward form the ancient Aryan region in Asia. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. 536 pages, ISBN 0766166147, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bourne, Edward Gaylord, Columbus, Ramon Pane and the Beginnings of American Anthropology (1906), This work is a treatise on the establishment of anthropology in America. Christopher Columbus not only revealed the field of this study to the world, but actually in person set on foot the first systematic study of American primitive custom, religion and folklore ever undertaken. He is in a sense therefore the founder of American anthropology. Friar Ramon Paneís work was considered the earliest detailed account of the legends and religious beliefs and practices of the long since extinct natives of Hayti. 42 pages, ISBN 0766165868, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bourne, H.R. Fox, Life of John Locke Vol. 1 (1876), Volume 1 of 2. These volumes present a biography of the life of John Locke, the English philosopher. Locke spent nearly twenty years developing his empirical theory of epistemology. He is known as the father of English empiricism and wrote many papers on this subject, as well as on his liberal constitutionalist ideas on government. This volume takes the reader on a journey through Lockeís life beginning in 1632 and ending in 1684. 504 pages, ISBN 0766154548, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bourne, H.R. Fox, Life of John Locke Vol. 2 (1876), Volume 2 of 2. These volumes present a biography of the life of John Locke, the English philosopher. Locke spent nearly twenty years developing his empirical theory of epistemology. He is known as the father of English empiricism and wrote many papers on this subject, as well as on his liberal constitutionalist ideas on government. This volume takes the reader on a journey through Lockeís life beginning in 1683 and ending with his death in 1704. 584 pages, ISBN 076615503X, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bourne, Henry, Antiquitates Vulgares Or The Antiquities of the Common People (1725), Giving an account of several of their opinions and ceremonies with proper reflections upon each of them; showing which may be retained and which ought to be laid aside. This ancient text is written in Old English and due to its age, some pages may be found to be spotty or faded. 260 pages, ISBN 0766163334, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bousset, Wilhelm, Antichrist Legend: A Chapter in Christian and Jewish Folklore (1896), Mr. Bousset offers an indispensable preliminary essay on the subject of the Antichrist legend. This sketch may perhaps serve to stimulate the efforts of other workers in this endlessly entangled and almost limitless field of literature, and thus promote its study and bring fresh materials to light. Also found within is a prologue on the Babylonian dragon myth and an old Armenian form of the Antichrist saga. 340 pages, ISBN 076616649X, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boutell, Charles, English Heraldry (1908), This work, specially prepared for the use of students at an early period of their study of English heraldry, commends itself also to those inquirers who may desire to obtain some general information on the same subject, without having any intention to devote to heraldry much of their time or serious regard. This is a short essay elementary in its aim and character. Copiously illustrated with nearly 500 illustrations. 366 pages, ISBN 076614917X, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boutelle, Clarence Miles, Man of Mt. Moriah (1898), A Great Masonic Story. Dedication: In the Name of Masonry, to the Ideal Man, Hiram Abif! One whose Story History or Myth, Deserves to Have been True. 386 pages, ISBN 0766108155, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bowditch, Charles P., Connection of Francis Bacon with the First Folio of Shakespeareís Plays and with the Books on Cipher of His Time (1910), A contribution to the controversial claim that Francis Bacon wrote Shakespeareís plays. Includes cryptographic analysis of the First Folio and alleged included anagrams. Numerous beautiful plates and reproduced prints. 106 pages, ISBN 0766128121, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bowen, P.G., Occult Way (1939), Seven lessons in practical occultism defined and explained, including philosophical foundation, practical foundation, the ten virtues, balance, invocation, evocation and natural magic. A section is dedicated to answering the learnerís questions and contains instructions in physical training. 224 pages, ISBN 0766130797, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bower, Herbert M., Elevation and Procession of the Ceri at Gubbio: An Account of the Ceremonies Together with Some Suggestions as to Their Origin and an Appendix Consisting of the Iguvine Lustration in English (1897), This book represents Volume XXXIX of the Folk Lore Society for collecting and printing relics of popular antiquities series. Contents: The Ceremonies; Sant Ubaldo of Gubbio; Analysis of the Foregoing Material; Wooden Cero of the Middle Ages and Its Parentage; May and Summer Tree Festivals; Gregorian Method; Triad of the Iguvine Lustration; Conclusion; Ancient Lustration of the Iguvine People. Illustrated. 182 pages, ISBN 0766177319, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bowers, Claude G., Jefferson and Hamilton the Struggle for Democracy in America, 1925. It is the authorís purpose in developing the stirring story of the Plutarchian struggle of Jefferson and Hamilton to show that the period was picturesque and dramatic. The struggle of these two giants surpasses in importance any other waged in America because it related to elemental differences that reach back into the ages and will continue to divide mankind far into the future. The real issue between Jefferson and Hamilton came down to the fact that the nation should be not only a republic, but a democratic republic.# 558 pages, ISBN 0766185982, $35.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boyd, E.W., English Cathedrals: Their Architecture, Symbolism and History (1883), Introduction; Glossary of Terms (illustrated); Cathedrals of England. 112 pages, ISBN 1564595463, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boyd, Thomas M., Worship in Wood (1927), The author hopes this book will foster the desire to erect a house of worship which will be enduring monuments to the intelligence, the taste and the spiritual sincerity of our advanced times. This volume is not a history, but a modest effort to tell what the temple builders of the ages undertook to do in honor of the deity or the gods they worshiped, and an attempt to draw from the record of the past more sure guidance for the temple builders of today. Gorgeously illustrated throughout the text and contains 10 full page illustrations. 124 pages, ISBN 0766141446, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boyd, Thomas Parker, How and Why of the Emmanuel Movement (1909), A handbook on psycho therapeutics. The author had been a student and practitioner of mental and spiritual medicine, often with the physician, for fifteen years. This is a collection of twelve lectures he had given to his class studying the Emmanuel Movement. The lectures are entitled: Back to Christ; Therapeutic Triumphs of the Apostles and the Primitive Church; Mental Medicine; Moral Medicine; Law of Suggestion, and Some of Its Practical Uses; Sleep - Its Therapeutic Value; Typical Treatments; Hypnotism; Personal magnetism; The Will; Unknown Quantity; Complete Life. 162 pages, ISBN 076613394X, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boylan, Patrick, Thoth Or The Hermes of Egypt (1922), The purpose of this essay is to indicate the chief tendencies of ancient Egyptian speculation in regard to the god Thoth. Taking as the basis of his work a fairly complete examination of the chief references to the god in Egyptian literature and ritual, the author has tried to distinguish the more important phases of Thothís character as they were conceived by the Egyptians, and to show how these aspects, or phases, of his being help to explain the various activities which are assigned to him in the Egyptian legends of the gods and in the ritual of tombs and temples. 226 pages, ISBN 0766147061, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boyle, John, Freemasonís Gift: A Christmas and New Yearís Offering, The editors of this volume have attempted to furnish a cluster from the field of thought and feeling cultivated under the broad sheen of our cherished institutions, that shall be agreeable to the taste of the fraternity. Found within this book is a plethora of essays by various authors such as: Ancient Mysteries; Womanís Love; Moses at the Burning Bush; Secrets of Masonry; Mirtharessa; Three Pillars of Masonry; Masonry in 1776; Four Cardinal Virtues; and many others. 272 pages, ISBN 0766153916, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boyle, Robert, Sceptical Chymist, Doubts and Paradoxes, Touching the Spagyristís Principles Commonly called Hypostatical; As they are wont to be Proposed and Defended by the Generality of Alchymists. Whereunto is promised Part of another Discourse relating to the same Subject. This interesting book purposely played the role of devilís advocate in the alchemical debate. Seemingly antagonistic to alchemy, it provoked the intended opposite effect: it helped to defend alchemyís worth as a sacred science. Extremely scarce. 464 pages, ISBN 0922802904, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boyle, Robert, Seraphic Love, This rare, soul-searching book, reveals the spiritual power of the famous Rosicrucian, Robert Boyle. He takes you by his gentle hand and guides you to the love of God. This may be the first time it has ever been offered to the spiritually hungry world since 1708. 112 pages, ISBN 1564590089, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boyle, Robert, Works of the Honorable Robert Boyle Vols. 1 and 2 (1744), To which is prefixed a life of the honorable Robert Boyle. Found in this volume are: new experiments physico-mechanical, teaching the spring of the air and its effects, made for the most part in a new pneumatical engine; defense of the doctrine touching the spring and weight of the air; an examen of Mr. T. Hobbes his Dialogus Physicus de Natura Aeris; some motives and incentives to the love of God; skeptical chemist or chemico-physical doubts and paradoxes; some considerations touching the usefulness of experimental natural philosophy; and certain physiological essays and other tracts. 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. 740 pages, ISBN 0766168654, $43.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Boyle, Veolita Parke, Fundamental Principles of Yi-King, Tao: The Cabbalas of Egypt and the Hebrews (1929), Contents: The Switchboard of the Universe; The Addition of Names; Definitions of Letters and Numbers; Manner of Arranging Tables for Reading Past, Present and Future Events in Life; Judging the Events; Connection of Names with the Elements and their Action Upon Physical and Mental Life; Connection of Names with Music and the Action of Notes and Chords Upon Your Life. 134 pages, ISBN 0766100820, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brace, C. Loring, Unknown God Or Inspiration Among Pre-Christian Races (1890), The effort of the writer is to show the ancient belief of mankind in the unknown god and that the great Father of all has granted his inspiration to many of very different countries, tribes and races. Contents: Egyptian monotheism; Jews and Egyptians; Arkadian Penitential Psalms; Greek mysteries; Zeus as spiritual god; religion of Socrates and Plato; faith of the Stoics; Stoical writings, Epictetus and Marcus Aurelius; Zoroastrianism; Hinduism; Buddhism; sacred writings of Buddhism; heathen inspiration and the scriptures; conversion of the non-Christian nations. 348 pages, ISBN 0766137708, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bradbury, Oliver W., Proper Time to Buy Low Priced Securities for Big Profits (1925), This book presents the prospective investor with the information and knowledge necessary to become successful in purchasing securities without losing his shirt. Mr. Bradburyís manner is concise and interesting, while not becoming too technical so as to put off the beginner. 152 pages, ISBN 0766161609, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Braddon, Mary Elizabeth, Aurora Floyd, 1863. Braddon is one of the most successful of the Victorian sensation novelists. Aurora Floyd follows the story of the heroine of the same name, who has left France to escape a checkered past. Aurora gains the hearts of two men, Talbot Bulstrode and John Mellish. Aurora warns off Bulstrode, who then marries the tenderhearted Lucy, but Mellish perseveres in winning her heart and marrying her. In due course, her hidden secret emerges and as she wrestles with her guilt her husband begins to suspect that she is concealing a secret. See other Braddon titles available from Kessinger Publishing.# 460 pages, ISBN 0766184897, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Braddon, Mary Elizabeth, Lady Audleyís Secret, 1862. In Lady Audleyís Secret, Lucy, a governess without family, is loved by Sir Michael Audley, a rich landowner of Audley Court, Essex, and marries him even though some consider her an adventuress. George Talboys went to Australia in search of gold and returns after many years with money intended to make his wife happy. But when he encounters his old friend Robert Audley, nephew of Sir Michael, he finds that his beloved wife is no longer alive. These two unrelated events come together after George goes missing and Robert begins an investigation. See other Braddon works available from Kessinger Publishing.# 458 pages, ISBN 0766184889, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Braddon, Mary Elizabeth, Vixen, 1879. Braddon is one of the most successful of the Victorian sensation novelists. The story of Violet Tempest, also known as Vixen. See other works by the author available from Kessinger Publishing.# 572 pages, ISBN 0766187284, $36.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bradford, Gamaliel, Lee the American (1912), This biography of Robert E. Lee aims to give an intelligible biographical narrative. However, it aims much more to give a clear, consistent, sympathetic portrait of a great soul. In short, its purpose is not so much biography as psychography. 348 pages, ISBN 0766144410, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bradford, Gamaliel, Life and I: An Autobiography of Humanity, 1928. Contents: Love and I; Power and I; Beauty and I; Thought and I; Christ and I; Christ and Not I; Christ and More Than I; Christ and I and God.# 314 pages, ISBN 0766182525, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bradford, Gamaliel, Naturalist of Souls: Studies in Psychology (1926), Contents: psychography; Walter Pater; poetry of Donne; pessimist poet; Anthony Trollope; odd sort of popular book; Alexandre Dumas; French lamb; great English portrait painter; gentleman of Athens; letters of a Roman gentleman; Ovid among the Goths; portrait of a saint. 378 pages, ISBN 076616974X, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bradford, Gertrude A., How to Demonstrate Health, Money, Friends (1924), Now is the eternal reality of life. Throughout all eternity, now is the only opportunity you will ever have. Your are creating a success or failure - N O W. 112 pages, ISBN 0766105555, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bradford, Gertrude A., Subconscious Mind How to Reach and Arouse (1924), How to Reach the Subconscious Mind; How to Arouse the Interest of the Subconscious; How to Gain Response from the Subconscious; How to Heal at a Distance; Subconscious and Creative Work (with affirmations); Subconscious and the Habit of Succeeding; Subconscious and Health; Subconscious and the Cure of Undesirable Habits; Subconscious and the Worry, Hurry Habit. 164 pages, ISBN 0766102335, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bradley, Joshua, Some of the Beauties of Freemasonry (1816), Being extracts from publications, which have received the approbation of the wise and virtuous of the fraternity with introductory remarks designed to remove the various objections made against the order. 326 pages, ISBN 0766101525, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bradshaw, William R., Goddess of Atvatabar Being the History of the Discovery of the Interior World and Conquest of Atvatabar (1891), Partial Contents: Polar catastrophe; Cause of expedition; Beginning the voyage; Entering the polar gulf; Day becomes night and night day; We discover the interior world; Extraordinary loss of weight; Afloat on the interior ocean; Visit from inhabitants of Plutusia; Marching in triumph; Journey to Calnogor; REceptonby the King; Throne of the Gods; Worship of Lyone; Audience with the Supreme Goddess; Escaping the cyclone; Twin Soul; A revelation; Voyages of Mercury and Aurora Borealis; History concluded. 318 pages, ISBN 1564599310, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Arch Lectures: Eighteen Discourses on a Great Variety of Subjects, These lectures were delivered in New York, during the winter of 1940. Contents: Education; Yoga; Fourth Dimension; Symbols and Sacraments; Magic and Mystery of Number; Archetypes; Art and the Machine Age; Skyscrapers; Harnessing the Rainbow; The Theater; Footprints of the Eternal Fugitive; Gift of Asia; Ritual of Play; Where Are You Going, My Pretty Maid? Androgyne; Modern Idolatries; Emerson: Mouthpiece of the American Spirit; Preparedness for Peace. 262 pages, ISBN 0766181316, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Beautiful Necessity: Seven Essays on Theosophy and Architecture, Reveals how consciousness, music, and architecture merge to create a beautiful synthesis of mankind, structures, and the universe. Contents: The Art of Architecture; Unity and Polarity; Changeless Change; The Bodily Temple; Latent Geometry; The Arithmetic of Beauty; Frozen Music; Conclusion. Essential for Theosophists and Freemasons! 112 pages, ISBN 1564595137, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Delphic Woman (1925), This book contains twelve essays by Bragdon entitled: Delphic woman; eternal feminine; new image; post-Victorians; Delphic sisterhood; Mary, pity women; worship of Eros; release through love; divine androgyny; in the court of the veiled queens; passage to India; meditation. As an added bonus, we have also included Bragdonís address entitled Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid and The Small Old Path, an essay on the Theosophical Society. 202 pages, ISBN 0766147754, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Episodes From an Unwritten History (1910), Contents: HPB and her adept teacher; Olcott; Early days of the Theosophical Society; Judge; Sinnett; Meeting at night; Damodar; Ramaswamier; London drawing rooms and dinner tables; The Coulombs; Excursions and alarms; Mr. Hodgson and the S.P.R.; The Countess Wachmeister; The Secret Doctrine; Watch and ward; A bolt from the blue; HPBís protest; Death of the Lion; Annie Besant; The Russian Sphinx; Key to the cryptogram; The coming Avatar; The Chosen; Ancient wisdom in the modern world; Masters by Annie Besant. 112 pages, ISBN 1564598551, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Eternal Poles, The Tangled Skein of Destiny; The Personality and the Life Force; The Inner Identity of all Religious Teaching; Love the activity of the Life Force; The Misunderstanding and Perversion of Love; The Story of Creation as Told in the Upanishads; Initial and Demonic Love; Celestial Love; Androgyne, the Love of the Sexes; Sexual Love; The Many Marriages; Beauty; ìI am that.î; Polarity; Dwellers of the Threshold; The World Spectacle; Time Binding and Space Binding; The Worship of Moloch; Mind Idolatry; Sex Idolatry; The Miraculous Power of Love; Give all to Love. 122 pages, ISBN 076610138X, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Four Dimensional Vistas (1916), Partial Contents: Quest of Freedom, Undiscovered Country, Miracles, Failure of Common Sense, Function of Science, Math and Intuition; Dimensional Ladder, From Cosmos to Corpuscle, Dimensional Sequences, Higher, and Highest Space; Physical Phenomena, Symmetry, Isomerism, Orbital Motion of Spheres, Cell-subdivision, Electric Current; Transcendental Physics, Apparitions, Possession, Clairvoyance in Space; Curved Time; Sleep and Dreams, Eastern Teaching in regard to Sleep and Dreams, Space in Dreams; Night Side of Consciousness, Field of Psychic Research, Modifying the Past; Karma and Reincarnation; Eastern Teaching, Oriental Physics and Metaphysics, Self-Recovered Memory of past Births; The Mystics, Hermes, Platoís Shadow Watchers, Swedenborg, Intuition and Reason; Genius; The Gift of Freedom, Concept and Conduct, Selflessness, Humility, the Immanent Divine. 140 pages, ISBN 1564595110, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Frozen Fountain (1924), Being essays on architecture and the art of design in space. This book is directed to everyone interested in the fine arts, to designers in all fields, and particularly to architects, architectural students and draughtsmen. Contents: fountain stones; frozen fountain; retrospect; skyscraper; regulating lines; isometric perspective; ornament; to be skipped by the casual reader; and color. 130 pages, ISBN 0766146103, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Introduction to Yoga, This book, by the respected author, known for his many contributions to occult literature, describes how to use Yoga to attain an awareness of life by following a specific discipline to merge the consciousness with that of the universal spirit. It describes the technique of the release into life. 112 pages, ISBN 156459582X, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Merely Players (1905), This book deals mainly with people the author knew such as Kahlil Gibran and narrates the story with the mystical point of view, esoteric knowledge, spiritual light and philosophical detachment. 244 pages, ISBN 0766101592, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, More Lives Than One (1917), Contents: My Personal Life; My Architectural Life; My Theatrical Life; My Literary Life; My Occult Life; The Immortal Believed; The Fourth Dimension, Index. 412 pages, ISBN 0766102637, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, New Image (1928), Contents: Overture; The Post-Victorians; The Delphic Sisterhood; Mary, Pity Women!; The Worship of Eros; Passage to India; In the Court of the Veiled Queens; Meditation; Towards a New Architecture; The Theater as a Purpose and as a Place; Experiments in a Language of Form; The Archetype; Divine Arithmetic; Man: The Magic Square; The Fourth Dimension; Unity of Being; Illustrated. 198 pages, ISBN 0766104273, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Old Lamps for New: The Ancient Wisdom in the Modern World (1925), The marriage of east and west; The gift of Asia; The small old path; The message of the Buddha; Reincarnation; Time is a dream; The artist as priest; Spirit of the Nile; Observations on dynamic symmetry; Light as a language; Ritual of play; Theatre of Tomorrow; Eternal Feminine; Release through love; Divine Androgyne. 212 pages, ISBN 0766101398, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Oracle, The communications presented in this book constitute a psychic phenomenon in the sense that they were received through automatic writing, but it is because of their intrinsic and not their evidential value that the authors break the silence which had surrounded them for seven years. They cast an illumination upon life; they strike the true Delphic note of prophecy, wisdom, rapture. These communications bespeak the serious attention of every sincere searcher after spiritual light. 82 pages, ISBN 0766145778, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Primer of Higher Space (1939), The Fourth Dimension and Man the Squareóa Higher Space Parable. 112 pages, ISBN 0766104680, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Projective Ornament (1915), The need of a new form language; Ornament and psychology; The Key to projective ornament; Three regular polyhdroids; Folding down; Magic lines in magic squares; A philosophy of ornament; The uses of projective onament. 112 pages, ISBN 0766101770, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Secret Springs: An Autobiography (1917), A definitive autobiography of Claude Bragdon, containing sections dealing with his personal life, architectural life, theatrical life, literary life and occult life. Also included are appendices with The Immortal Beloved and The Fourth Dimension. 398 pages, ISBN 076613038X, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Six Lectures on Architecture (1915), The Scammon Lectures at the Art Institute of Chicago. Contents: Beginnings of Gothic Art by Ralph Adams Cram; Culmination of Gothic Architecture by Ralph Adams Cram; Principles of Architectural Composition by Thomas Hastings; Modern Architecture by Thomas Hastings; Organic Architecture by Claude Bragdon; and The Language of Form by Claude Bragdon. Illustrated. 248 pages, ISBN 0766145174, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bragdon, Claude, Yoga for You, Unity of Being; Yoga, Action of Liberation; Kinds of Yoga; First Essentials; Cleansing the Mind; Awareness; Silence, Non-attachment; Wheel of Life; Health; Diet; Posture; Exercise, Occult Anatomy; The Centres; The Breath; Meditation; Love and Sex; Betrayal by Lust; Man-woman; Gender; Expansion; Equipoise; The Pattern. 122 pages, ISBN 0766100286, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brahmavidya, Swami, Transcendent-Science or the Science of Self Knowledge (1922), It is open to anyone who has the necessary qualifications of aspiration, patience and energy to learn by his individual experience that mystic practice is not hallucination or fraud that the majority of English or American presume. 112 pages, ISBN 076610592X, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brailsford, Edward J., Spiritual Sense In Sacred Legend (1910), The sacred legends reviewed in this dissertation are all related to the Bible, they refer to its characters or amplify its incidents or interpret its doctrines. They have been drawn from a well-defined area. There has been no attempt to introduce at any length the illuminating records unearthed by archaeological discoveries in Assyria and Egypt, nor to seriously discuss how far the thread of legend has woven itself into the text of the New and Old Testaments. The author aimed at being an interpreter along these lines. 288 pages, ISBN 0766146618, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brand, John, Observations on Popular Antiquities Vol. 1 (1888), Volume 1 of 2. Chiefly illustrating the origin of our vulgar customs, ceremonies and superstitions. Found in these volume are the origin of such things as holidays, marriage customs and ceremonies, customs at death, drinking customs, sports and games, omens, charms, divination, vulgar errors and many other activities which are a part of our everyday life. 488 pages, ISBN 0766158489, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brand, John, Observations on Popular Antiquities Vol. 2 (1888), Volume 2 of 2. Chiefly illustrating the origin of our vulgar customs, ceremonies and superstitions. Found in these volume are the origin of such things as holidays, marriage customs and ceremonies, customs at death, drinking customs, sports and games, omens, charms, divination, vulgar errors and many other activities which are a part of our everyday life. 394 pages, ISBN 0766158497, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bratley, George, Your Name and Your Number, An index to character and fate. This little volume fills a want not yet covered by works previously published. In the method now placed before the reader, it will be seen that to arrive at the number of a name requires a little more work than that needed by the ordinary methods, so by devoting a little more time you get to the root number of a name, or the mass chord number of a person. That it is worth the extra work will be seen by the many examples given, and when you come to apply this method to your own name and those of your friends. 220 pages, ISBN 0766158764, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Breasted, James Henry, Ancient Times Or A History of the Early World Vol. 1 (1916), Vol. 1 of a 2 Vol. Set. An introduction to the study of ancient history and the career of early man. It was the purpose of the author to make this book sufficiently simple to be put into the hands of a first year high school student. A great deal of labor was devoted to the mere task of clear and simple statement and arrangement. In dealing with each civilization, a sufficient framework of political organization and of historical events has been laid down; but the bulk of the space has been devoted to the life of man in all its manifestations: society, industry, commerce, religion, art and literature. 498 pages, ISBN 0766149463, $32.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Breasted, James Henry, Ancient Times Or A History of the Early World Vol. 2 (1916), Vol. 2 of a 2 Vol. Set. An introduction to the study of ancient history and the career of early man. It was the purpose of the author to make this book sufficiently simple to be put into the hands of a first year high school student. A great deal of labor was devoted to the mere task of clear and simple statement and arrangement. In dealing with each civilization, a sufficient framework of political organization and of historical events has been laid down; but the bulk of the space has been devoted to the life of man in all its manifestations: society, industry, commerce, religion, art and literature. 340 pages, ISBN 0766153541, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Breasted, James Henry, History of Egypt From the Earliest Time to the Persian Conquest (1909), The plan adopted in the production of this history is one which will in some measure also condition its use. The sources from which the knowledge of the early career of the Nile Valley peoples is drawn are of the meagerest extent, and most inadequate in character. Contents: Introduction; Old Kingdom; Middle Kingdom, the Feudal Age; Hyksos, The Rise of the Empire; The Empire, the First Period; The Empire, the Second Period; Decadence; Restoration and the End. Illustrated with two hundred figures and maps. 802 pages, ISBN 0766177203, $45.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Breasted, James Henry, Survey of the Ancient World (1919), It is believed that various types of schools, but especially technical, vocational and other high schools, which, in the nature of the course of study offered, are unable to devote a large portion of time to history. They will find their needs successfully met by this brief treatment of the ancient world. Divided into four Books entitled: earliest man; the Orient; the Greeks; the Romans. Illustrated. 468 pages, ISBN 0766149315, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bremer, Karl H., Dynamic Emotions (1928), A series of historical episodes illustrating the psychology of famous historical characters. A collection to give the reader a deeper appreciation of history and thus, life. Contents: Great DisturberóLove; Woman; Birth of a Nation; Cleopatra; Spawn of Satan; A Historic Duel; Rasputin; Der Tag; the Last Stand of the White Man. 186 pages, ISBN 0766128644, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Breshkovsky, Catherine, Little Grandmother of the Russian Revolution Or Reminiscences and Letters of Catherine Breshkovsky (1927), The Russian Revolution was one of the great events of modern history. It was the fruit of the labors and sacrifices of thousands of Russiaís noblest men and women. Preeminent among these is the figure of Catherine Breshkovsky, born Ekaterina Constantinovna Breshko-Breshkovskaya, known affectionately as Baboushka, the Dear Little Grandmother of the Russian Revolution. This work is a compilation of Madame Breshkovskyís account of her childhood and youth dictated to Dr. Cahan and the narrative of her life to her first arrest, early prison experiences and an outline of her later life which she gave to Ernest Poole. 352 pages, ISBN 0766144763, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brett, William Henry, Legends and Myths of the Aboriginal Indian of British Guiana, The chief object of this work has been to preserve, and to give at one view, the more serious traditions - religious, mythological and historical - of the four aboriginal races who live nearest the shores of Guiana. Contents: legends of the Arawaks; legends of the Waraus; legends of the Carib; legends of the Acawoios; fanciful legends. Illustrated. 214 pages, ISBN 0766158160, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bricktop, Bricktop, Knights of Pythias Shown Up (1884), This entrancing book tells the tale of initiation into the Order of the Knights of Pythias. Written in a humorous and delightful manner, you will be hooked from the beginning. Bricktopís rendering of this story may or may not be fictitious, but either way, it is a fun and intriguing tale. The illustrations only lend more power to the humor. 66 pages, ISBN 0766155153, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bridges, J.H., Discourses on Positive Religion (1891), These discourses were delivered on various occasions. They have no other connection than that given by a doctrine claiming to applicable to every aspect of life. Contents: prayer and work; religion and progress; positivist mottoes; bicentenary of Calderon; man the creature of humanity; and Comte, the successor of Aristotle and St. Paul. 138 pages, ISBN 0766155145, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bridges, Noah, Rarities Or The Incomparable Curiosities in Secret Writings (1665), Both by waters as cyphers, explained and made familiar to the meanest capacity. By which Ministers of State may manage the intrigues of Court and grand concerns of princes, the ladies communicate to their amours and every ordinary person (one capable of legible writing) may order his private affairs with all imaginable safety and secrecy. This work was published to promote the public, to delight the ingenious and encourage the industrious. Written in Old English. Due to the age of the original, some pages may be spotty or faded. 128 pages, ISBN 0766167364, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bridgman Metchim, D., Atlantis: The Book of the Angels, 1903. This is the authorís interpretation of the Book of Genesis. It is the history of the zenith of the early Adamites, when their superhuman attainments demanded their destruction, and by reason of the language being beyond all other languages, the root language of Shinar. Throughout the narrative, the author has striven to use common place and understandable terms.# 472 pages, ISBN 076618689X, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bridgman, Raymond L., Master Idea (1899), God in nature, mind, political life and personal life; "all things are possible;" our nations' grandeur - saying "I" of itself. 354 pages, ISBN 076610575X, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Briffault, Robert, The Mothers the Matriarchal Theory of Social Origins, 1931. Contents: Social Relations Among Animals; Motherhood and Human Origins; The Rule of Exogamy; Matrilocal Marriage; The Maternal Clan; Primitive Economic Conditions; The Position of Women in Matriarchal Societies; Primitive Sex Relations; Patriarchal Marriage; Patriarchal Morality; and The Matriarchal Phase in Historical Civilization.# 328 pages, ISBN 076618692X, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brightman, Edgar Sheffield, Problem of God (1930), The title of this book is intended to convey a triple meaning: that God is a problem to us, that we are a problem to him, and that God is a problem to himself. Such a book is written for those who have problems and who sympathize with the problems of others. Contents: contemporary doubt; substitutes for God; expansion of God; contraction of God; resultant idea of God; evidence for God; divine dignity and human suffering. 208 pages, ISBN 0766142809, $20.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brinton, Daniel G., Myths of the New World (1905), A treatise on the symbolism and mythology of the red race of America. The author wrote this volume more for the thoughtful reader than the antiquary. It is a study of an obscure portion of the intellectual history of our species as exemplified in one of its varieties. Contents: general consideration of the red race; idea of god; sacred number, its origin and applications; symbols of the bird and the serpent; myths of water, fire and the thunderstorm; supreme gods of the red race; myths of the creation, the deluge, the epochs of nature and the last day; origin of man; soul and its destiny; native priesthood; influence of the native religions on the moral and social life of the race. 360 pages, ISBN 0766142817, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brinton, Howard H., Mystic Will: Based Upon a Study of the Philosophy of Jacob Boehme, Contents: Preface; Introduction; The Problem of Practical Mysticism; Boehmeís Life and Influence; Alchemy; Symbol and Reality; From Nature to God; The Problem of Evolution; From God to Nature; The Problem of Emanation; Good and Evil; Recapitulation of Boehmeís Evolutionary Cycles; Appendix; Bibliography; Index. 282 pages, ISBN 156459453X, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bristol, Rev. D.W., Odd Fellowsí Amulet (1848), The Principles of Odd Fellowship Defined; The Objections to the Order Answered; and its Advantages Maintained. With and Address to the Public, The Ladies, and the Order. Contents: Principles of Odd Fellowship Defined; Political Purposes; Secret Institution; Odd Fellowship is Freemasonry Revived; Regalia; Advantages Arising from Odd Fellowship; A Word to the Public. 248 pages, ISBN 0766126765, $22.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bristowe, Mrs. Sydney, Sargon the Magnificent (1927), Within this book, the author explains her reasons for believing that archeological discoveries in Babylonia and other countries prove the historical truth of the first chapters of Genesis, and that in return, those chapters provide the key to problems presented by archeological discoveries which have thus far baffled all investigations. She utilizes evidence from works by leading Assyriologists and from Babylonian inscriptions and drawings in support of her identification of Sargon of Akkad with Cain. 194 pages, ISBN 0766140997, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brittan, S.B., Discussion of the Facts and Philosophy of Ancient and Modern Spiritualism (1853), This volume is the culmination of a series of private correspondences between Dr. Richmond and Mr. Brittan, which resulted in a mutual agreement respecting the terms and conditions for a public written discussion of the facts and philosophy of the spiritual mysteries. Accordingly, the following propositions were proposed and accepted as comprehending the subject to be discussed: Can the mysterious phenomena, now occurring in various parts of the United States and elsewhere, and known as the spiritual manifestations, be properly accounted for, without admitting the agency of spirits in their production? Do those who have departed this life still continue to hold intercourse with those who yet remain on the earth? 384 pages, ISBN 0766166678, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Britten, Emma Harding, Art Magic: Or Mundane, Sub Mundane, and Super Mundane Spiritism (1876), This work is a treatise in three parts and twenty-three section, descriptive of art magic, spiritism, the different orders of spirits in the universe known to be related to, or in communication with man; together with direction for invoking, controlling, and discharging spirits, and the uses and abuses, dangers and possibilities of magical art. 364 pages, ISBN 0766154238, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Britten, Emma Hardinge, Ghost Land Or Researches Into the Mysteries of Occultism (1909), These researches are illustrated in a series of autobiographical sketches which were collated from private memorabilia at the request of Ms. Britten. They introduce such scenes of the authorís own life experience as will show what a cast amount of phenomena remains to be explained, which the spiritual philosophy of the present day has not touched, and which many modern Spiritists, following out the rude and illogical example of their own materialistic opponents, find it easier to deny altogether than to elucidate. 362 pages, ISBN 0766165752, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Britten, Emma Hardinge, Nineteenth Century Miracles Or Spirits and Their Work in Every Country of the Earth (1884), A complete historical compendium of the great movement known as modern spiritualism. This volume discusses spiritualism in the following locales: Germany; France; Great Britain; Australia; New Zealand; Polynesian and West India Islands; South America, Mexico, etc.; East Indies, Hindostan, etc.; Holland; Dutch Indies; Russia; Scandinavia, Norway, Sweden, etc.; Switzerland; Italy; Spain; Europe concluded, Austria, Belgium and Turkey; America. 604 pages, ISBN 0766162907, $37.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brockes, Ferdinand, Gaius the Greek Or A Picture of the Struggles and Development of Earliest Christendom (1929), Through the excavations of the last decades in Asia Minor, and from the discoveries of papyri in Egypt, our knowledge of the surroundings of the first Christian congregations in Syria and Asia Minor has been vastly enriched. Theological science, also, has gained much valuable material for the investigation of the inner life of these congregations. The result has been a deeper and clearer understanding of the Acts of the Apostles and the New Testament Epistles. It seemed to Mr. Brockes a task well worth while to sketch as graphically as possible a picture of the times by using the most valuable of this material. In order to gain access to a wider circle, he chose the form of a historical novel. Illustrated. 352 pages, ISBN 0766165760, $26.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brodie-Innes, J.W., Scottish Witchcraft Trials (1891), The average modern reader on the subject of witchcraft seems only doubtful whether the greatest measure of his scornful pity should be bestowed on the poor silly victims of fantastic delusion or on the grossly superstitious, ignorant and bigoted judges who tortured and killed unfortunate persons little above the grade of idiots on account of their delusions. Judges or prisoners, as described on these lines, would be monsters with whom human nature can no more enter into sympathy than it can with the joy of the snake swallowing a guinea pig. 46 pages, ISBN 0766165558, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brody, Sandor, Rembrandt: A Romance of Divine Love and Art (1928), With an insight and artistry rare in this unimaginative world, Brody has woven a tale at once plausible, fascinating and highly illuminating. Here we behold Rembrandt van Rijn, whose art has never been surpassed, as a human being wholly lovable, yet possessed of frailties usually not associated with genius. But it is in the proper evaluation of these very frailties that Brody portrays the real Rembrandt - husband, lover, father, citizen and friend. 256 pages, ISBN 076617090X, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bromage, Bernard, Tibetan Yoga, Contents: Philosophy and history of the subject; Yoga: breathing and meditation; Some eminent Tibetan yogis; Tibetan yoga and the art of dying; Gods of Tibetan yoga; Initiation into Tibetan yoga; Tibetan yoga and the working of magic; Rites of Tibetan yoga; Tibetan yoga and art; Tibetan yoga and the relations between mind and body; Tibetan yoga: the way and its power. 262 pages, ISBN 0766131084, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Bromwell, H.P.H., Restorations of Masonic Geometry and Symbolry Being a Dissertation on the Lost Knowledges of the Lodge (1905), Here is the most important work ever written on Masonic Geometry! ìThis work is not designed to be a history of Freemasonry but occupies an entirely new field, Masonic Geometry and the conformity of the Lodge in its degrees to the natural order of the Universe and its forms and situation to the form of the Earth as to the astronomical lines represented on the terrestrial and celestial globes.î Contents: Design of this Work; What is Masonry; What is the Lodge; Government of the Lodge; Geometry; The Three Great Lights; Form and Situation of the Lodge; The 47th Problem of Euclid; The Floor of the Lodge; The Entered Apprenticesí Lodge; The Globe; The Fellow Craftsí Lodge; Light; The Master Masonís Lodge; The Royal Arch; The Temple; The Two Great Pillars; The Four Cardinal Points and Circumambulation Lavishly Illustrated! Scarce! Essential for true Masons. 606 pages, ISBN 1564594173, $37.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brooks, C. Harry, Practice of Autosuggestion (1922), By the method of Emile Coue. Includes chapters as follows. Coueís Nancy Practice: clinic of Emile Coue, a few of Coueís cures, the childrenís clinic; Nature of Autosuggestion: thought is a force, thought and the will; Practice of Autosuggestion: general rules, general formula, particular suggestions, how to deal with pain, autosuggestion and the child. 122 pages, ISBN 0766131602, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brooks, Elbridge S., True Story of Lafayette (1899), A volume in the series of true stories of great Americans or those whose lives had a direct bearing on the story of the United States of America, the Marquis de Lafayette of France is one man who has more right to be included than any other. Considered the Friend of America, Lafayetteís love for liberty evolved into a love for America. Had it not been for this great man, Americaís independence would not have been so speedily secured, and had it not been for America, the liberation of France would not have come so soon. The author presents the whole story of his eventful life. Illustrated. 264 pages, ISBN 0766143260, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brooks, Noah, Lincoln by Friend and Foe (1922), The paper selected for this volume was written for Harperís Magazine in 1865, while the facts were fresh in the authorís mind. It contains a formal life of Lincoln. Noah Brooks met Abraham Lincoln in the Fifties and he had a better right than most men to claim that he knew Lincoln. Brooks was one of the few men about the President who never asked anything for himself, and Lincoln rewarded him by giving the best gift he had to offer - his friendship. 96 pages, ISBN 0766165280, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brooksbank, F.H., Legends of Ancient Egypt, Stories of Egyptian gods and heroes. Contents: people of ancient Egypt; beliefs of the Egyptians; beginning of all things; life beyond; story of Ra and Isis; kingdom of Osiris; quest of Isis; persecution by Typhon; work of Horus; builders of the pyramids; riddle of the Sphinx; guardians of the desert; builders of the temples; lady of the obelisks; journey of Khensu to Bekhten; in the days of the famine; treasure chamber of Rhampsinitus; reign of the twelve kings; shadow of the end; glory of the sunset; light upon the darkness. 270 pages, ISBN 0766149579, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Broughton, L.D., Elements of Astrology (1906), The author attempts to accomplish three objects in this book. First to make it interesting. Second, to bring forward such an amount of facts and phenomena in their relation to astrology and the various events in history, that it will be an impossibility to deny their relation. Third, to make the book so simple, easy and plain to an ordinary person that hereafter there can be no excuse for any person that can read and write to remain ignorant of the science of astrology. 514 pages, ISBN 0766147142, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Beatrice Curtis, Anne Stuart: Queen of England (1929), The story of Anne Stuart is not the history of her age. The glory and activities of her time were incomprehensible to her, while as a historical pivot she does not exist. Her sister represented all that she could have represented in the 1688 revolution. As a mother of kings, Anne might have been a factor in English history. Childless, she did not divert the stream. The author felt justified in ignoring the tremendous political movements of her time and devotes this work entirely to a narrative of Anneís personal history. Illustrated. 270 pages, ISBN 0766161811, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Brian, Story of Confucius: His Life and Sayings (1927), In Confucius, we have one of the worldís most interesting characters - a fountain of ethics and moral philosophy; an inspirer of the highest type, yet purely human. Although the editorials and sayings of Confucius are fragmentary, we can so arrange and connect them that they may come into a system or systems of thought. The social ideal of Confucius is harmony. It is his own ethical system that draws us closer to Confucius. We feel more at home with him when we come to his ethics. His ethical sayings are simply, homely and practical. They are universal, mostly applicable in all times. 274 pages, ISBN 0766170845, $23.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Brian, Wisdom of the Egyptians (1923), The story of the Egyptians, the religion of the ancient Egyptians, the Ptah-Hotep and the Keígemini (the oldest books in the world), the Book of the Dead, the Wisdom of Hermes Trismegistus, Egyptian magic and the Book of Truth. Also contains the vision of Hermes; the Story of the Book of Thoth; hymn and litany to Osiris; and Egyptian occultism and symbolism. Illustrated. 324 pages, ISBN 0766137643, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Brian, Wisdom of the Hindus (1921), Found in this work is the wisdom of the Vedic hymns, the Brahamanas, the Upanishads, the Maha Bharata and Ramayana, the Bhagavas Gita, the Vedanta and Yoga philosophies, as well as wisdom from the ancient and modern literature of India. Mr. Brown has selected some of the finest section of the Indian literature and gives them the proper arrangement in order that the person without any knowledge of the subject may easily become familiar with the literature of ancient and modern India. Illustrated. 330 pages, ISBN 0766169928, $25.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Carleton, Religious Lyrics of the XIVth Century (1924), This collection makes no pretension to completeness. Of the conventional types of devotional verse, only representative examples are given. The editorís objects have been to publish previously unprinted material; to offer better texts of poems already printed from inferior manuscripts; to give trustworthy texts of poems that have been printed inaccurately; to bring together texts that are found in scattered and often inaccessible publications; and above all, to represent the lyrical development of the century. Many of the verses are written in archaic English. 380 pages, ISBN 0766174905, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, George W., Researches in Oriental History (1890), Embracing the origin of the Jews, the rise and development of Zoroastrianism, and the derivation of Christianity; to which is added, whence our Aryan ancestors? A revisioned history of these religions and peoples. 418 pages, ISBN 0766128369, $29.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, J. Wood, Enquiry Into the Life and Legend of Michael Scot (1897), This work is the result of exhaustive research into the life of Michael Scot, the Scottish translator and astrologer. At the court of Emperor Frederick II, Scot worked with other scholars on the translation of Aristotleís works and Averroesí commentaries. He penned many original works dealing with astrology, the occult sciences and alchemy, and through these works became known as a wizard. He was the subject of popular legends wherein he possessed a demon horse and a demon ship. 298 pages, ISBN 0766165604, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, James B., Bible Truths with Shakespearean Parallels, 1862. Being selections from Scripture, moral, doctrinal and perceptual, with passages illustrative of the Text, from the Writings of Shakespeare.# 160 pages, ISBN 0766192954, $18.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, John, Psalms of David in Metre (1822), This work was translated and diligently compared with the original text and former translations; more plain, smooth and agreeable to the text than any before: allowed by the authority of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, and appointed to be sung in congregations and families, with notes exhibiting the connection, explaining the sense, and for directing and animating the devotion, to which are added translations and paraphrases in verse of several passages of sacred scripture with notes, explanatory and devotional. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. 450 pages, ISBN 0766175596, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, John W., Voice of Masonry and Family Magazine (1897), Contains numbers from January to September 1897, inclusive. The best of Masonic journalism - articles on Masonic rites, traditions, and ethics, articles on proceedings of the lodges, poetry, photo illustrations. October through December and the first two pages of text are missing from this volume. 730 pages, ISBN 0766134903, $43.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, O. Phelps, The Complete Herbalist; The People Their Own Physicians by the Use of Natureís Remedies, 1875. A description of the great curative properties found in the herbal kingdom. The text presents a new and plain system of hygienic principles together with comprehensive essays on sexual philosophy, marriage, divorce and more.# 506 pages, ISBN 0766187209, $34.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert, Euphratean Stellar Researches, 1891. A series of articles that appeared in the Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology in the 1890's for those interested in archaic astronomy and stellar mythology. See other works by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.# 114 pages, ISBN 0766193136, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert, On a 15th Century German Astronomico Astrological Manuscript and On the Origin of the Signs of the Zodiac, 1881. A lecture delivered by Brown. See other works by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.# 30 pages, ISBN 0766193241, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert, Poseidon: A Link Between Semite, Hamite, and Aryan, 1872. An attempt to trace the cultus of the God to its sources, with illustrations of the history of the Kyklopes, Hyksos, Phoenicians, Aithiopes or Cushites, and Philistines. Partial Contents: Imperfect Supremacy of the Hombric Zeus; Nereus and Neptunus; Poseidon the Builder; Phoenician Architecture; The Name Kyklops Semitic; Metallurgistic Kyklopes; Aithiopian Theory of Mr. Cox; Poseidon Ennosigaios; Origin of the Philistines; Dagon and Sidon; Noah and Oannes.# 132 pages, ISBN 0766184722, $17.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert, Remarks on the Euphratean Astronomical Names of the Signs of the Zodiac, 1891. Articles by Brown published in the Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology in the 1890s. Includes Remarks on the Tablet of the Thirty Stars, which is about tablets, written in the Babylonian cuneiform, that are of great interest in connection with archaic astronomy and stellar mythology. See other works by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.# 74 pages, ISBN 0766193020, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert, Researches into the Origin of the Primitive Constellations of the Greeks, Phoenicians and Babylonians Vol. 2 (1900), Contents: constellations in the Babylonian creation scheme; constellation subjects in Euphratean Age; tablet of the thirty stars; some stellar groups of seven; celestial equator of Aratos; further consideration of the Euphratean celestial sphere; Euphratean star list; general concepts underlying the constellation figures; formation of the primitive constellations. Richly illustrated. 284 pages, ISBN 0766143023, $24.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert, Semitic Influence in Hellenic Mythology (1898), With special reference to the recent mythological works of the Rt. Hon. Prof. F. Max Muller and Mr. Andrew Lang. The leaders in England of two schools of mythology, based mainly in the one case on Aryan linguistics and in the other on anthropology, had recently published their revised, and probably final, conclusions. The author decided the time seemed opportune for a statement of the principles of a third school which Brown styled the Aryo-Semitic. This volume is divided into three Parts: Professor Max Mullerís last pronouncement on mythology; Mr. Langís latest attack upon Professor Muller; and Aryo-Semitic school of Hellenic mythologists. 190 pages, ISBN 0766146863, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert, The Great Dionysiak Myth Part 1, 1877. Other volumes in this set include ISBN number(s): 076618465X. Volume 1 of 2. The object of the work is to explain and illustrate the underlying meaning and significance of the vast and varied mythological religious concept of the Great Dionysiak Myth. Partial Contents: The Subject and its Treatment; Dionysos of the Theologers; The Lyric Dionysos; Dionysos of the Attik Tragedians; Dionysos of Herodotos; Hellenik Cult of Dionysos; Dionysos in Art. Illustrated.# 454 pages, ISBN 0766184641, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert, The Great Dionysiak Myth Part 2, 1877. Other volumes in this set include ISBN number(s): 0766184641. Volume 2 of 2. The principal object of this work is to trace the history of religious thought, as illustrated by mythology, to its most archaic phases in Western Asia; for the purpose of disclosing certain root principles of belief which deliberate human opinion is indeed valuable, be relied on as an embodiment of actual truth. Contents: Dionysiak Nomenclature; Protagonistic Phases of Dionysos; Introduction of the Dionysiak Cult into Hellas; Dionysos Melqarth in the Phoenician Outer World. Illustrated.# 376 pages, ISBN 076618465X, $28.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert, The Hall of Seb: A Study of the Origin of the Idea of Time, 1895. According to the religion of Ancient Egypt, a land called Kemi or the Black Country, the justified and perfected Soul attained after death was that of being made a partaker of the divine nature in the Hall of Seb. This article is from The Platonist Magazine.# 37 pages, ISBN 0766185265, $13.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert, The Unicorn: A Mythological Investigation, 1881. This brochure is intended to be contribution to the science of psychology and contends that for the study of man to be successful his earlier, simpler phases must be considered. The author uses the history of the Lion and the Unicorn to exhibit one aspect of the ideas of Time and Cosmic Order as shown in the most obvious divisions of period, Day and Night. Contents: Heraldic Unicorn; Opinions respecting the Terrestrial Existence of the Unicorn; Unicorn in Archaic Art; Deus Lunus; The Lunar Phases; Hekate; Medousa the Gorgo; Ino and Melikertes: Three legged Ass of the Bundahis; Aspects of the Moon; Contest between the Lion and the Leopard; The Lion and the Unicorn. Illustrated.# 110 pages, ISBN 0766185303, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Robert Hewitt, Stellar Theology and Masonic Astronomy, Contents: Ancient Mysteries Described; A Chapter of Astronomical Facts; What the Ancients Knew about Astronomy; Masonic Astronomy; Astronomical Allegory of the Death and Resurrection of the Sun; An Astronomical Explanation of the Emblems, Symbols, and Legends of the Mysteries, both Ancient and Modern, and the Lost Meaning of many of them Restored; Illustrations. 118 pages, ISBN 1564593576, $16.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Sanger, Sex Worship and Symbolism (1916), In this work, a psychiatrist seeks, in the study of the worship of procreating power, to gain a clearer understanding of the forms taken by certain kinds of mental diseases. His theory is that we may expect diseased minds to reproduce, or return to expressions of desire customary and official in societies of lower culture. Dr. Brownís intention is not merely to draw the attention of the psychiatrist to a neglected source of information. His purpose is to trace the history of that great motive of action, the sex passion, as it appears in religion and the interpretation of its significance. 180 pages, ISBN 0766145719, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, Thomas, Sir Thomas Brownís Religio Medici (1881), In Religio Medici, Brown delivers many thing rhetorically, many expressions therein merely tropical and they best illustrate his intention. All contained therein is in submission to maturer discernments. Included in this volume is Christian Morals. In this exposition, there is a greater mixture of strange and pedantic words and also a more frequent allusion to events and personages in ancient and medieval history. It contains nothing equal in piety or eloquence as is found in Religio Medici. Also found within this work is Brownís A Letter to a Friend, upon Occasion of the Death of his Intimate Friend. 450 pages, ISBN 0766147398, $31.00,   Buy Now! Click here!

Brown, William, Tabernacle and Its Priests and Services (1872), This treatise describes and considers the Tabernacle, its priests and services in relation to Christ and the Church. An earnest and prayerful study of the Tabernacle, and the purposes it served, cannot fail to increase our knowledge of the grand truths of redemption. That you may find the following chapters in some degree interesting and derive some profit from their perusal, and may, while studying this earthly sanctuary, be growing in meetness for the heavenly one and its unutterable joys, is the prayer of your friend the author. Copiously illustrated. 196 pages, ISBN 0766165914, $19.00,   Buy Now! Click here!