Hillsdale: Sophia Perennis, 2003. Traditional esoterism, though capable of the highest degree of elaboration, is based on a few first principles ; Absolute Reality, hierarchical manifestation, the necessity for initiation, the centrality of the spiritual Heart, etc.; which can be stated simply. In The Esoteric Path, Luc Benoist does just...
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Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1959. First printing. Presentation copy signed by author; 176 pages.
Chicago: Aries Press, 1945. Reprint of 1941 subscriber's edition; 96 pages.
New York: Tarcher / Penguin, 2004. Includes sections on the history of Hermeticism, Kabbalah, Christian Mysticism, Sufism, the Nights Templar, Masonry, Rusicrucians, Swedenbourg, Theosophy, Rudolf Steiner, Schwaller de Lubicz, Gurdjieff and Rene Guenon; 324 pages.
Cambridge: 1961. Complete in three issues; 170 pages.
London: Watkins, 1964. Third impression re-set. Being a Translation of the Extant Sermons and Fragments of the Trismegistic Literature, with Prolegomena, Commentaries, and Notes; xvi, 336; viii, 252; xi, 231 pages.
Cambridge: 1962. Complete in three issues; 149 pages.
New York: Parabola, 1980. First edition. Contents include: Variations: an interview with Steve Reich, Music, the Way of Return by Herbert Whone, A Poem by Tomas Transtromer, Dreaming Nothing by David L Lavery, The Temple of Music: Resonating Images in the Work of Robert Fludd by Tom Moore, Coyote's Song...
New York: Inner Traditions/Lindisfarne Press, 1987. First edition. 286 pages.
York Beach: Weiser, 1999. Most faithfully instructing all disciples of the Sopho-Spagyric Art how that greatest and truest medicine of the Philosopher's Stone may be found and held; Complete in one volume; 322 pages.