The Occult Review (July-December 1919)
Shirley, Ralph (Editor)
William Rider and Son
Very Good. Half leather. Marbled boards with matching endpapers. Gilt titles to spine. Front hinge tender. Spine ends and board corners rubbed. 366pp. 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 Psychic Significance of the Horse and Dog by Ethel C. Hargrove;
Transcendental Alchemy ( The Works of Thomas Vaughan) by H. Stanley Redgrove;
The Moon in Magic and Religion by Bernard Fielding; and The Serpent Symbol in Genesis: A Suggested Meaning by James S. Forrester-Brown among many others.