METHODS OF SELF-HELP: How to Use Occult Powers - Occult Science Library, LOOMIS
Title:Occult Science Library. Six Essays on the Subject METHODS OF SELF-HELP. Showing How to Use the Thought Faculties and Occult Powers of Mind.
Author: Ernest Yates Loomis
Publisher: Inwood School of Philosophy
City: New York City Year: 1898; First Edition Binding Style: Hardcover Pagination: 129pp + Notes (Followed by advertisements at rear) Illustrated: No
Book Details + Condition: Original green cloth with black titling to spine and front cover. Very scarce first edition Volume 3 of the Occult Science Library. In overall good condition — slight wear to boards, and some pages have old pencil lining. Ernest Yates Loomis (1863 - 1929), an American occultist, author, and publisher (as Ernest Loomis & Co.), was a somewhat mysterious and enigmatic character. He taught and wrote extensively on the occult, though many of his books — like this one — are now extremely hard to find, most notably his "Should Women Obey?". According to the Publisher's Preface, "This book contains some of the deeper principles and truths of occultism." Chapters are: I) Methods of Self-Help, II) Methods of Self-Help Through Self-Trust, (III) Methods of Self-Help Through Self-Knowledge, (IV) Methods of Self-Help Through Self-Culture, (V) A Plan of Self-Culture and Self-Help, (VI) Helps. No jacket issued. Please see our OTHER LISTINGS for more of Loomis' very scarce OCCULT SCIENCE LIBRARY volumes, all first editions!