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                             THE TRIUMPH OF PAN.

                         POEMS BY VICTOR B. NEUBURG.

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  The First Edition will be limited to Two Hundred and Fifty copies:  Two
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  Masonic Lore should write to FRANK HOLLINGS for his Catalogue of over 1,000
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  issues.  A few selected items below.
THE KEY OF SOLOMON THE KING: (Clavicula Salomonis), translated and edited from
  Ancient MSS. in the British Museum, by S. LIDDELL MACGREGOR MATHERS, author
  of "The Kabbalah Unveiled," The Tarot," etc., "With plates."  Crown 4to,
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     The Key of Solomon gives full, clear, and concise instructions for
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     Besides Seals, Sigils, and Magical Diagrams, nearly 50 Pantacles or
  Talismans are given in the plates.
     Among other authors both Eliphas L‚vi and Christian mention the "Key of
  Solomon" as a work of high authority, and the former especially refers to it
JENNINGS (Hargrave).  The Rosicrucians, their Rites and Mysteries, fourth
  edition, revised, Demy 8vo. "with hundreds of illustrations.  Half morocco."
  7"s." 6"d."
     Some of the Contents: Critics of the Rosicrucians Criticized --- The
  Hermetic Philosophers --- Fire --- Theosophy of the Persians --- Drudical
  Stones --- The Round Towers of Ireland --- Mystic Christian Figures and
  Talismans --- The Rosy Cross in Indian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and
  Mediaeval Monuments --- The Great Pyramid --- Connexion between the Templars
  and Gnosticism --- Astro-Theosophical System of the Rosicrucians --- Robt.
  Fludd --- The Holy Greale -- The Round Table --- Alchemy --- The Outline of
  the Kabbalah, etc., etc.
THE KABBALAH UNVEILED, containing the following books of the Zohar: (1) The
  Book of Concealed Mystery; (2) The Greater Holy Assembly, (3) The Lesser
  Holy Assembly,  Translated into English from the Latin Version of Knorr Von
  Rosenroth, and collated with the original Chaldee and Hebrew text, by S. L.
  MACGREGOR MATHERS.  New and cheaper edition.  Demy 8vo.    7"s." 6"d. net."
     The Bible, which has been probably more misconstrued than any other book
  ever written, contains numberless obscure and mysterious passages which are
  utterly unintelligible without some key wherewith to unlock their meaning.
"  "That Key is given in theKabbalah."
LUCIFER: A Theosophical Magazine, intended to bring to light the Hidden Things
  of Darkness.  Edited by H. P. BLAVATSKY, MABEL COLLINS, and ANNIE BESANT.
  vols. I to XVII inclusive.  SCARCE SET, 1877 to 1896.  With symbolical
  bookplates of E. D. BACON.  17 vols. 8vo, half calf "net"     "œ"7 15"s."
  the Jew unto his Son Lamech, A.D. 1458.  Translated from the Original Hebrew
  into French, and now rendered into English.  From a unique and valuable MS,
  in the "BibliothŠ de l'Arsenal" at Paris; with copious Notes and Magical
  Squares of Letters.  By L. S. MACGREGOR-MATHERS.  4to, black cloth, Magical
  Square on side in gold.  1900.  (Published at 21s.)  Postage free  10s. 6p.
     The Original work, of which this is a translation, is unique, no other
  copy being known, although both Bylwer Lytton and Eliphas Levi were well
  aware of its existence; the former having based part of his description on
  the sage Rosicrucian, Mejnour, on that of Abra-Melin, while the account of
  the so-called Observatory of Sir Philip Derval in the "Strange Story" was, to
  some extent, copied from that of the Magical Oratory and Terrace given in
  the present work.  There are also other interesting points too numerous to
  be given here in detail.  It is felt therefore that by its publication a
  service is rendered to lovers of rare and curious Books, and to Students of
  Occultism, by placing within their reach a magical work of so much
  importance, and one so interestingly associated with the respective authors
  of "Zanoni" and of the "Dogma and Ritual of Transcendental Magie."  The Magical
  Squares or combination of letters, placed in a certain manner, are said to
  possess a peculiar species of automatic intelligent vitality, apart from any
  of the methods given for their use; and students are recommended to make no
  use of these whatever unless this higher Divine Knowledge is approached in a
  frame of mind worthy of it.
TRANSCENDENTAL MAGIC: Its Doctrine and Ritual.  By ELIPHAS LVI (a complete
  Translation of "Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie"), with a Biographical
  Preface by ARTHUR E. WAITE, author of "Devil Worship in France," etc. etc.
  Portrait of the Author, and all the original engravings.  8vo, 406 pp.,
  cloth, 1896.  Published 15s            Offered at 7s. 6p.
     The Pillars of the Temple, Triangle of Solomon, The Tetragram, The
  Pentagram, Magical Equilibrium, The Fiery Sword, Realisation, Imitation, The
  Kabbalah, The Magic Chain, Necromancy, Transmutations, Black Magic,
  Bewitchments, Astrology, Charms and Philtres, The Stone of the Philosophers,
  The Universal Medicine, Divination, The Triangle of Pantacles, The
  Conjuration of the Four, The Blazing Pentagram,. Medium and Mediator, The
  Septenary of Talismans, A Warning to the Imprudent, The Ceremonial of
  Initiates, The Key of Occultism, The Sabbath of the Sorcerers, Witchcraft
  and Spells, The Writing of the Stars, Philtres and Magnetism, The Mastery of
  the Sun, The Thaumaturge, The Science of the Prophets, The Book of Hermes,
     "Occult Philosophy seems to have been the Nurse, or godmother of all
  intellectual forces, the key of all divine obscurities, and the absolute
  queen of society in those ages when it was reserved exclusively for the
  education of priests and of kings.  It reigned in Persia with Magi, who at
  length perished, as perish all masters of the world, because they abused
  their power; it endowed India with the most wonderful traditions, and with
  an incredible wealth of poesy, grace, and terror in its emblems; it
  civilized Greece to the music of Orpheus; it concealed the principles of all
  the sciences and of all human intellectual progress in the bold calculations
  of Pythagoras; fable abounded in its miracles, and history, attempting to
  appreciate this unknown power, became confused with fable; it shook or
  strengthened empires by its oracles, caused tyrants to tremble on their
  thrones, and governed all minds, either by curiosity, or by fear.'

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   The third, an Essay on Magical Ethics, under the guise of the story of a
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   No serious student can afford to be without this delightful volume.  The
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"Dr. M. D. EDER in "The New Age"
   "Yours also is the Reincarnation and the Life, O laughing lion that is to
   "Here you have distilled for our delight the inner spirit of the Tulip's
form, the sweet secret mystery of the Rose's perfume: you have set them free
from all that is material whilst preserving all that is sensual.  'So also the
old mystics were right who saw in every phenomenon a dog-faced demon apt only
to seduce the soul from the sacred mystery.'  Yes, but the phenomenon shall it
not be as another sacred mystery; the force of attraction still to be
interpreted in terms of God and the Psyche?  We shall reward you by
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hysterics with some surprisingly quaint conceit.  I was unlucky to begin
reading him at breakfast and I was moved to so much laughter that I watered my
bread with my tears and barely escaped a convulsion."
"The Times"
   "The Light wherein he writes is the .V.X., of that which, first mastering
and then transcending the reason, illumines all the darkness cause by the
interference of the opposite waves of thought. ... It is one of the most
suggestive definitions of KONX --- the LVX of the Brethren of the Rosy Cross
--- that it transcends all the possible pairs of opposites.  Nor does this
sound nonsensical to those who are acquainted with that LVX.  But to those who
do not it must remain as obscure and ridiculous as spherical trigonometry to
the inhabitants of Flatland."
"The Literary Guide"
   "He is a lofty idealist.  He sings like a lark at the gates of heaven.
'Konx Om Pax' is the apotheosis of extravagance. the last word in
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notes, as far as we can see, explain nothing --- together with a weird preface
in scraps of twelve or fifteen languages.  The best poetry in the book is
contained in the last section --- 'The Stone of the Philosophers.'  Here is
some fine work."

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  A collection of lyrics, illustrating the progress of the soul from corporeal
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TANNHAUSER.  Demy 4to, pp. 142, 15s. net.
  The progress of the soul in dramatic form.
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