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D1. Abraham, S, How to Read the Tarot, 1994, revised edition, Llewellyn 8vo pbk. 2017, 8 + 184pp, with illustrations in the text; an easy to follow practical beginner’s guide to reading the tarot; trivial soiling to top edge of text block otherwise very near fine £3.50

D6B. Craze, R, Chinese Astrology, Colour Library Direct 1999, 4to, laminated pictorial hard covers, internally spiral bound, 128pp, printed in colour throughout and profusely illustrated. A popular introduction to Chinese astrology and its use featuring ‘split pages’ to readily compare related signs and symbols. A few minor marks to covers, internally clean and tight, very good £2

D6BB. Ellis, K, Prediction and Prophecy, 1st edition, Wayland 1973, large 8vo, charcoal cloth with gilt titles to spine, 192pp including index + 8pp plates; a look at the personalities and methods of prophecy and divination throughout history, near fine in near very good (a few faint shelf rubbing marks, top edge very slightly worn in places) d/w £3.50

D8A. Ford, M, The First Book of Luciferian Tarot, 1st edition, Succubus Productions 2007, 8vo, blue cloth with gilt titles to spine, 252pp, with artwork by Nico Claux based on original designs by the author; tarot symbolism applied to the Luciferian current as a multi-cultural manifestation of the Adversary, very near fine in like d/w £25

D9EE. Hawthorne, D, Laurie’s Complete Fortune Teller, 1936, 2nd edition, W.G Foyle 1946, 8vo, blue cloth with gilt titles to spine, 256pp including index. A guide to fortune telling through astrology, cards, charms, dice, dreams, palmistry, etc. Cloth a little soiled in places, faint crease marks to cloth on rear board, spine titles dulled and very faded, end papers browned, minor spots to s few margins, text clean and tight, a good solid copy £6

D10. Hewitt, V J and Lorie, P, Nostadamus- The End of the Millennium Prophecies: 1972-2001, 1st ed, Bloomsbury, 1991, sq. 8vo, maroon cloth, 207pp, illustrated. A bit late now, but still good for a laugh! Scuff to front paste down otherwise fine in like d/w £4

D012AE. Masino, M, Best Tarot Practices, 1st edition, Weiser 8vo pbk. 2009, 14 + 304pp, with diagrams and other illustrations in the text; a comprehensive guide to ‘everything you need to know to learn the Tarot’; corners lightly bumped, a couple of trivial marks to covers, small red spot to foot of half title, minor spots to margins of last couple of leaves otherwise internally clean and tight, very good £8

D12AA. Miller, H & P. Broadhurst, The Sun and the Serpent, 1st edition, Pendragon Press 1989, large 8vo, black cloth with gilt titles to spine, 216pp including index, with a frontispiece, diagrams and other illustrations in the text, and a foreword by John Michell, number 477 of a hand numbered limited edition of 888 copies signed by both authors; with single sheet subscribers letter and publisher’s flyer laid in; a fascinating investigation into the energies, ancient sites and folklore of one of the most famous ley lines in Britain- the so called ‘Michael Line’ extending from St. Michael’s Mount in Cornwall to Hopton on sea in Norfolk. Minor brown spotting to top and bottom edges of text block, very slightly affecting tips of upper margins in places, but otherwise a near fine clean and tight copy of this increasingly scarce true first issue in like d/w £75

D012AD. Martine, L & S.A Glassman, The New Orleans Voodoo Tarot, 1992, full set of 79 cards, but lacking box and instruction book. Cards a little edge soiled, but images clean. Very good £4

D12D. Morningstar, S, Astrology & Fortune Telling, 2000, Southwater Books 2015, small 4to, French folded card wraps, 256pp, illustrated in colour throughout; an introductory guide to the tarot, I Ching, palmistry, dream interpretation, etc, fine £2

D14. Parker, D & J, The New Compleat Astrologer, 1984, Guild 1985, Lge. 4to, blue cloth, 288pp incl. index, colour illustrations. The history and practice of astrology, with examples and charts. V.good + in like (minor creasing/ wear to edges) d/w £6

D14C. Richards, S, Luck, Chance & Coincidence, 1 st edition, Aquarian Press 8vo pbk. 1985, 160pp including index. A popular study, with instructions designed to improve one’s luck. Covers a little soiled, marked, and lightly edge worn. Text clean and tight. V.good - £2.50

D14C. Ritsema, R & S. Karcher (translators), I Ching, 1994, 1st soft cover edition, Element large 8vo pbk. 1995, 816pp, printed in red and black throughout. The first complete translation of this classic of Chinese divination to be issued with a concordance. A few minor marks to covers, edges lightly rubbed in places, contents clean and tight. Very good £3.50

D14DD. St. Hill, K, Grammar of Palmistry, 1st edition, 18th thousand, Sampson  Low 1893, small Cr8vo, grey cloth with red titles to spine, and red titles and black illustration to front board, 124pp, with a frontispiece and plates included in the pagination; a practical guide to palmistry. Covers very soiled, and with some bubbling and crease marks, spine ends and corners a little worn, some occasional foxing or soiling of text, previous owner’s pencil notes to rear end papers and blank verso of some of the plates, a fair complete reading copy £6

D15A. Severn, J.M, Popular Phrenology, 1914, 2nd edition, Rider 1918, Cr8vo, green cloth with red lettering to spine and front board, 126pp + advertisement leaf, with a facsimile signed frontispiece and a few illustrations in the text; a concise guide to the history and practice of phrenology. Light rubbing to spine ends and corners, slight rubbing to spine title, edges of text block and outer margins browned, light foxing to end papers and the odd margin, text clean and tight, good + £15

D15BB. Skinner, S, Feng Shui, 1997, Paragon Books 2000, large 4to, pictorial printed hard covers, 96pp, illustrated in colour throughout; a sound introduction by one of the leading western exponents of Feng Shui; upper corner of rear board worn and chipped, otherwise near fine in very good (wear and chipping to folds near upper corners) d/w £2.50

D15BC. Skinner, S, Guide to the Feng Shui Compass, 1st edition, Golden Hoard Press 2008, royal 8vo, black cloth with gilt titles to spine, 448pp including index, with many illustrations in the text (some coloured), pictorial end papers; a comprehensive compendium of the history, evolution and use of the Chinese Io p’an (Feng Shui compass), and the first to be published in English; a couple of trivial spots to fore-edge of text block otherwise internally and externally clean and tight, a very near fine copy in very good + (slight fading to spine panel, minor creasing to top edge) d/w £20

D15C. (Smith, R.C), Raphael’s Witch!!! Or the Oracle of the Future, 1831, 3rd edition, William Charlton Wright 1835, 12mo, brown cloth with paper title label to spine, 198pp + 4pp + 2pp advertisements, with diagrams and tables in the text + a title page engraving and 2 folding engraved plates. ‘Raphael’, or Robert Cross Smith, was a well known early 19th century pedlar of almanacs and other related literature. Seemingly based upon Napoleon’s Book of Fate, Smith adapted the work, here termed the ‘Lady Witch’ for use in soirees and garden parties amongst the landed gentry, and added additional material including sections on ‘Cabalistic’ alphabets, the Evil Eye, and other related magical subjects. Touted as a ‘new edition’ and ‘entirely revised’, the main text remained unchanged. Although advertised to be ‘coloured,’ the 10 copperplate designs appearing on the two plates and title page in this copy and most others were not hand coloured as intended. This was probably due to financial reasons, and despite accusations of charlatanism, Smith never became rich from his esoteric endeavours! Covers slightly marked, spine a little worn at head and tail with slight splitting to the tips of the joints, original spine label chipped at corner, rather darkened and soiled, but textually complete. Some occasional light soiling, end papers spotted, minor spots to the text in places, stitching strained in places, a few inner margin neatly reinforced with clear tape, small tear to inner margin of frontispiece plate, and to one fold on the second plate, both neatly reinforced with clear tape on the blank verso, pencil numerological notes to front end paper by a former owner. Overall, still a good and reasonably sound complete copy of a very scarce early issue £225

D16. Various, Altair, volume one, number two, August 1993, 8vo, stapled buff wraps printed in red, 28pp, with a few diagrams in the text; the journal of the White Eagle School of Astrology with articles by Carol Wood and others; a couple of trivial marks to covers, crease to lower corner of rear cover, slightly affecting corners of last couple of leaves otherwise a very good internally clean and tight copy £2

D016. Virtue, D & R. Valentine, Angel Answers Oracle Cards, 1st edition, Hay House  24mo pbk. 2014, 96pp + advertisements, with illustrations in the text, complete with deck of 44 full colour angel cards in box as issued; some slight wrinkling to box lid and faint rippling to book (possibly lightly damped at some point), both those parts clean, solid and still in very good condition, bottom half of box and cards themselves remain fine £8

D18A. West, J.A, The Case for Astrology, 1970, revised and expanded edition, 1st thus, Viking 1991, large 8vo, red cloth, 12 + 527pp including indices, with illustrations in the text. The best and most rational of the arguments for the validity of astrology, together with a comprehensive account of its origins, history, and development. A hint of soiling to edge of text block, contents clean and tight. A near fine copy of the best edition in very good (some trivial edge wear, top edge lightly creased with one short, closed tear) d/w £15

D19A. Windsor, D, Mother Shipton’s Prophecy Book, 1st edition, published for Mother Shipton’s Cave ltd 1990, tall 8vo, stapled gloss wraps, 32pp, with colour photographs and other illustrations in the text; a concise account of Mother Shipton’s life and most famous prophecies; some wear to spine fold, faint water stain to lower part of inner margins throughout and tiny traces of previous adhesion to some margins, text clean and still about good + overall £1.50