NUMBER & SYMBOL: PARABOLA, VOLUME 24, NO. 3; SUMMER 1999. P. D. Ouspensky, P L. Travers, Mara Freeman, Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, Titus Berkhardt, Sarah Voss, David Appelbaum.

NUMBER & SYMBOL: PARABOLA, VOLUME 24, NO. 3; SUMMER 1999.

New York: 1999. Paperback in very good condition. Item #12218

William Segal's copy with his delivery address stamped on; Contains "Creation by Numbers" by Eric LaVigne - Zero and one as generative forces; "The Temple of Amount" by Eliezer Shore - In the reign of quantity; "In Search of the World Tree" by P. L. Travers - The pillar that supports the cosmos; "Enchanted Beasts and Faerie Women" by Mara Freeman - Celtic symbols of the soul; "Sacred Qualities" by Sarah Voss - Power and significance in numbers; "The Tetraktys" by Robert Apatow - Mark of cosmic unity; "Veve" by Lilith Dorsey - The sacred symbol of Vodoun; "Forgotten Meaning" by Ananda K. Coomaraswamy - Art as a reminder of the real; "Five in the Center" by Rebecca Robison - The mysterious, quintessential element; "The One and the Many" by P. D. Ouspensky - On the transmission of knowledge; "Crop Circles" by Michael Glickman - A modern-day enigma; "A New Science of the Unknown" by Christian Wertenbaker - An interview with Pythagoras; "Dancing Letters" by Gilla Nissan - The play of vowel and consonant; "The Symbolism of the Mirror" by Titus Burkhardt - On reflecting divine light; "The Many Disguises of Zero" by Marie Milis - Is emptiness a number?; 128 pages.

Price: $18.00