The Occult Review January-June 1924
Shirley, Ralph (Editor)
William Rider and Sons
Very Good. Half-leather with marbled boards. Bookseller sticker to front pastedown. Spine ends and board corners rubbed.
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: On Crystal-Gazing by Theodore Besterman; The Strange Case of
Oscar Wilde by G.D. Cummins; Electrical Force in the Organic World by John D. Leckie; and The Fixed Stars in Astrology among others.