London: Rider, n.d. . FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.192. In publisher's green cloth with gilt titles to spine. Black ink ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Slight reading lean; edges lightly spotted. Contemporary tram ticket loose to rear. Light outer wear; very good overall. In an earlier age Dion Fortune would have been burned as the leader of a mystical heresy, or beatified as the founder of a new religious order. Reaching maturity in the early twentieth century, however, she attracted little attention from the Church, and was able to write a series of novels and books on Occultism unhindered by either Inquisitors or over-zealous acolytes. This book serves as an introduction, or 'idiot's guide,' to the Occult. Item #47426
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