In which the most advanced truths of Occultism are for the first time revealed (in order to reconcile the future developments of Science and Philosophy with the Eternal Religion) Softcover. Small 8vo. xx + 172 pp. A new edition with an Introduction by R. A. Gilbert. The first of Levi's works to be separately published in English (various letters, fragments, etc. had earlier appeared in the 'The Theosophist' magazine). It was published in 1883 as a wrappered booklet by the Theosophical Society in Calcutta, as No. 2 of the Theosophical Miscellanies series, with the sub-title 'Unpublished Writings of Eliphas Levi. ' The work contains numerous footnotes by an 'Emminent Occultist', whom Gilbert has postulates in his Introduction may have been Mme Blavatsky herself NEW book in fine condition.
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