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M142. Marett, R.R, The Threshold of Religion, 1909, Routledge 1998, 8vo, dark green buckram, 20 + 169pp. A collection of five essays on primitive aspects of religion, comprising of: Pre-Animistic Religion, From Spell to Prayer, Is Taboo a Negative Magic? the Conception of Mana, and A Sociological View of Comparitive Religion. Volume 7 of Routledge’s Early Sociology of Religion series, comprising of quality facsimile reprints of various classic texts on the early ideas of religion. Each volume is complete in itself, although printed without the original index. Near mint £8

M143ABC. Masters, A, The Devil’s Dominion, 1978, Castle Books 2006, 8vo,  black cloth with silver titles to spine, 271pp + 8pp plates (on ordinary paper); an account of hell and Satanism in the modern world, with particular reference to the past two centuries. A few faint marks to cloth, trivial spot to front end paper, trace of label removal to rear end paper  otherwise internally clean and tight, very good + in like (a couple of minor crease marks) d/w £5

M143E. Mathers, S.L.M (translator), The Book of Sacred Magic of Abra-Melin the Mage, 1898, De Laurence 1948, 4to, red cloth with green titles to spine and front board, 48 + 268pp, with diagrams in the text; a pirated version of this classic grimoire, first issued under De Laurence ‘editorship’ (sic.) in 1932; Mathers having translated it from an 18th century French manuscript. Vertical crease mark to length of spine, which is slightly worn at the head, light bumping to corners, a few minor marks to covers, light spotting to edges of text block, minor spotting/ edge darkening to end papers with slight straining to front hinge, otherwise internally clean and tight; overall, a good + and textually far better copy of an uncommon and not unattractive issue £75

M145AB. McCormack, K, White Magic for Lovers, 1st edition, Fontana small format pbk. 1973, 160pp, with a few illustrations in the text; how to find  love through astrology, numerology,  love spells, etc;  Covers slightly darkened, faint reading creases to spine, edges of text block browned, text lightly but evenly tanned, and otherwise clean and tight, overall a good + copy of this uncommon title £8

M147CC. Metford, J.C.J, Dictionary of Christian Lore and Legend, 1st edition, Thames & Hudson 8vo pbk. 1983, 272pp, with a frontispiece and many illustrations in the text.  A comprehensive A-Z. A few minor marks to covers, faint reading creases to spine, small neat ink ownership stamp to title page, contents otherwise clean and tight. Very good £2.50

M0147. Meyer, M (editor), The Nag Hammadi Scriptures, 2007, Harper 8vo pbk. 2009, reprinted, 14 + 844pp including index, with an introduction by Elaine Pagels; a revised and updated translation of this important collection of Gnostic texts; light rubbing to edges of covers, a couple of minor marks to rear cover, vertical crease to front cover near spine where opened, internally clean and tight, overall still a very good copy £12

M147CDD. Mickaharic, D, Materia Magica, 1st edition, Lulu 8vo pbk. 2010, 6 + 170pp; a compendium of materials used in practical magic and their uses, with particular emphasis on herbs and oils; light rubbing tom edges of covers, staining to upper corner of text block causing slight wrinkling otherwise internally and externally clean and tight, still a good + overall copy £6

M147EG. Miller, J, Sex, Sorcery, and Spirit, New page 8vo pbk 2015, 218pp including index, with a couple of diagrams in the text; an exploration of sexual sorcery and spirituality in the western occult tradition; trivial rubbing to edges of covers in places, a couple of hardly noticeable marks to rear cover, faint soil mark to lower part of fore-edge of text block, very good + £5

M148. Mitchell, S (trans.), Tao Te Ching: An Illustrated Journey, 1988, Frances Lincoln 1999, small 4to, grey cloth, 80pp, colour illustrations. Translation of the Lao Tzu text with charming illustrations. Fine in like d/w £6

M150. Moore, J.H (ed.), Make-Believe: A Meditation on Individual Philosophy, 1st ed. Turnstone 1973, small 4to, blue cloth, 3 + 150pp, full page diagrams. A large selection of sayings from various poets, philosophers, mystics and masters to form a text that the editor refers to as the individual philosophy, showing that all paths lead to one source. The result is a text for innner contemplation. Scarce in hard cover. Near fine in v.good (lightly edge worn and very slightly marked) d/w £15

M149B. Mooney, R.E, Gods of Air and Darkness, 1st edition, Souvenir Press 1975, 8vo, black cloth with silver lettering to spine, 203pp; a follow up to Colony: Earth, in which the author seeks to show evidence for  an ancient cosmic battle, and subsequent extra-terrestrial origin of mankind.  Near fine in very good + (a hint of shelf rubbing, minor creasing to top edge) d/w £8

M150D. Munson Deats, S (editor), Doctor Faustus: A Critical Guide, 1st edition, Continuum 2010, 8vo, charcoal cloth with silver titles to spine, 14 + 200pp including index; a significant critical study of the Faust legend by a number of scholars; small dark mark to foot of rear cover from original price label, now cleanly removed, otherwise a fine copy of the uncommon first issue £50

M150E. Murray, M.A, The Genesis of Religion, 1st edition, R.K.P 1963, 8vo, dark brown cloth with silver lettering to spine, 6 + 88pp including index; a search for the origins of religion within the divine feminine, including an appendix on the cult of the head.  Small ownership stamp to front paste-down, spotting to edges of text block, flat crease marks to a couple of upper corners, minor spots to the odd margin, text clean and tight, overall, a near very good copy in like (lightly soiled in places, price clipped, crease to corner of front inner flap ) d/w £10

M20CC. (Museum of Witchcraft), Joan’s Cottage: Spells and Charms, Troy Books c.d. in illustrated card case, no date (fairly recent); 7 spoken charms from the wise woman’s cottage exhibit at the Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, collated by Steve Patterson and spoken by Elaine Gill; minor bumping to corners of case, near fine £6

M151A. Nestor, J, Get High Now Without Drugs, 1st edition, Chronicle Cr8vo pbk. 2009, 271pp. Highs through legal highs, mind techniques, etc. Near mint £6

M155B. Norbeck, E, Religion in Primitive Society, 1st edition, Harper & Row 1961, 8vo, green cloth, spine lettered in blue and gilt, 14 + 318pp including index. A comparitive, anthropological study. A couple of trivial marks to lower joint, faint spots to a couple of preliminary leaves, text otherwise clean and tight. Very good £5

M0156A. Norvill, R, The Treasure Seeker’s Treasury, 1st edition, Hutchinson 1978, 8vo, black cloth, 173pp, with illustrations in the text + 8pp plates. Accounts of lost treasures and their mysteries; including Rennes le Chateau, Jesuit hordes, lost tunnels of Peru, etc. Near fine in very good (tiny nick to foot of rear panel, inner flaps creased) d/w £3.50

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