Chicago: Open Court, 1923. First edition. Free end paper and half-title blind stamped with 'Review Copy'; 529 pages.
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Los Angeles: International Book Concern, 1924. 'Limited edition'; 248 pages.
East Aurora: The Roycrofters, 1928. First edition. Top of spine worn and cracked, Book plate removed, spine cracked inside free end paper; Frontis portrait; 207 pages.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1979. First edition. 307 pages.
Hell Fire Club Books, 2018. First edition. This edition quarter leather exclusive limited to 150 copies with silk with purple and black Cockerill marbled papers; Gold embossed hand numbered cord showing limitation laid in;93 pages.
Los Angeles: Theosophical Publishing, 1962. A clear exposition, in the form of question and answer, of the ethics, science, and philosophy for the study of which the Theosophical Society has been founded. Photographic reproduction of the original 1889 edition.
Los Angeles: DeVorss, 1950. First edition. 46 pages.
Newcastle, 1971. 328 pages.
New York: Weiser, 1972. Second impression. 107 pages.
London: Elkin Mathews, 1926. First edition. Drawings engraved on wood by W.M.R. Quick and printed at the Whitefriars Press; Introduction by Arthur Machen; Ownership bookplate of Henry LeRoy Finch, philosopher and early Gurdjieff Foundation member; 53 pages of text plus 38 drawings.
New York: Morrow, 1974. First edition. 301 pages.
New York: Citadel, 1963. First edition. Two volumes in slip-case; 612 pages.
West Nyack: Parker, 1980. First edition. 216 pages.
Quakerstown: Philosophical Publishing, 1966. Second edition. 311 pages.
Denver: Privately Printed, 2001. First edition. Limited printing of 53 copies, hand numbered and with a presentation note and signature of the author; 886 pages.
London: L.N. Fowler, 1911. Second edition, Revised. 389 pages.
London: Pallas-Aquariana, circa 1983. 32 pages.
London: Pallas-Aquariana, circa 1984. 36 pages.
Scottsdale: New Falcon, 1991. Second revised. 91 pages.
London & New York: Askin Publishers & Samuel Weiser, 1976. First edition. Edited and Introduced by Stephen Skinner; 116 pages.
Edinburgh: 1985. Transcribed from Sloane 3188 in the British Library by Joseph Peterson; Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks Series No. 20; Limited edition of 250 copies: Numbered and signed by the publisher, Adam McLean; 293 pages.
Glasgow: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 1983. First edition. This magical note book written by Dee during 1582-83 is an elaborate and spiritual account of planetary magical operations for invoking the planetary angels, and includes a list of the forms in which some of these spirits appear, together with some magic...
Glasgow: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 1999. First edition. This is a collection of ten alchemical texts translated from the French by Mike Dickman. Most of these are of an allegorical nature and include 'alchemical dreams' or allegorical journeys. This is the first time that most of these have been available...
Glasgow: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 2002. First edition. Gerhard Dorn (1530-1584) was a key figure in the promulgation of Paracelsist ideas into the latter half of the 16th century. He translated, edited and commented on the works and ideas of Paracelsus. He was a Paracelsian physician and a prolific writer...
New York: Garland, 1983. First edition. 344 pages.