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The "Secret Doctrine Reference Series" — from Wizards Bookshelf

About this series: "Access to Great Ideas" by Richard I. Robb

An abbreviated list of available publications:

The Anugita, translated by K. T. Telang. A nearly forgotten adjunct to the Bhagavad-Gita, referenced frequently in The Secret Doctrine. 176 pages, cloth $17.00

The Book of Enoch the Prophet, translated by Richard Laurence. Cited by early Church Fathers as a sacred text. Introduction and index. 235 pages, paper $11.00

The Divine Pymander of Hermes Trismegistus, translated by John Everard. An ancient text on cycles of creation and destruction, nature of man's soul, rules for liberation. 140 pages, cloth $17.00

The Eleusinian and Baccus Mysteries, by Thomas Taylor. An illumined interpretation by the noted Platonist; annotated by Alexander Wilder, M.D., with pertinent references from The Secret Doctrine. 192 pages, cloth $17.00

Iamblichus: On the Mysteries, translated by Thomas Taylor. The Mysteries of the Egyptians, Chaldeans, and Assyrians, in ten sections, with additional notes. 400 pages, cloth $25.00

The Life and Teachings of Paracelsus, by Franz Hartmann. Teachings on alchemy, magic, cosmogony, and theosophy. 250 pages, cloth $17.00

The Lost Fragments of Proclus, translation by Thomas Taylor. Includes "Defence of the Timaeus of Plato . . ." and 18 "Arguments in Proof of the Eternity of the World." Reprint of 1825 edition; bibliographical notes added. 128 pages, cloth $15.00

Mythical Monsters, by Charles Gould. An investigation of extinct life, accounts of unicorns and dragons, flood myths, including rare material from ancient Chinese annals. Illustrated. 412 pages, cloth $17.00

Sacred Mysteries among the Mayas and Quiches, by Augustus Le Plongeon. Contains insights of his 12 years of archaeological study in Yucatan. 200 pages, cloth $17.00

The Source of Measures, Key to the Hebrew-Egyptian Mystery in, by J. Ralston Skinner. Masonic, esoteric, theosophical, Egyptian, Hebrew, Biblical, Old and New Testament, Kabbala. Reprint of 1894 edition with 1886 Supplement and foldout, indexes, 496 pages, hardcover, $29.00