The Occult Review (January-June 1919)
Shirley, Ralph (Editor)
William Rider and Sons.
Very Good. Half leather with marbled boards and matching marbled endpapers. Spine-sunned. Board corners and spine ends rubbed. Gilt titles to spine. Front board tender at hinge. Very Good. Some wear to covers. Front endpaper missing. Half-leather. Binding strengthened at hinges. 6 months of The Occult Review magazine bound together. The Occult review published extensive reviews of the periodic literature and books of interest to Occultists. It offered a wide range of Occult topics which included telepathy, hauntings, spiritualism, hypnotism, alchemy, astrology, and other Hermetic subjects. It’s monthly publication ran from 1905-1951 and it’s contributors were a veritable Who’s Who of the Occult world from that period.
Articles include: The Poltergeist and His Critics by Lewis Spence; Universal Symbolism by H. Stanley Redgrove; Charms and Witchcraft of today by L.J. Dinkinson; and The Tarot and Secret Tradition by Arthur Edward White among others.