Title:Seven Essays on the Subject of PRACTICAL OCCULTISM. Showing How to Use Thought Forces, Etc. in All Business and Art.
Author: Ernest Yates Loomis
Publisher: Inwood School of Philosophy
City: New York City Year: 1899; First Edition Binding Style: Hardcover Pagination: 135pp + Notes (followed by advertisements) Illustrated: No
Book Details + Condition: First edition from 1899 of Ernest Loomis' Seven Essays on the Subject of PRACTICAL OCCULTISM. Showing How to Use Thought Forces, Etc. in All Business and Art. Scarce first edition Volume 2 of the Occult Science Library. Original green cloth with black titling to spine and front cover. Shelfwear to boards; bumped and rubbed corners, edges and spine ends; foxing to endpapers and inside boards; age-toning and smudging to some pages; otherwise interior is unmarked. 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 hard to find. According to the Publisher's Preface of this book: "The methods and suggestions as herein presented have proved their efficacy to the satisfaction of thousands who have already read them..." Contents include: Occultism in a Nutshell; Marriage; How to Create Opportunities; Your Talents; Health; Health Recipes; and Methods of Using Occult Powers. No jacket issued. Please see our our other listings for more of Loomis' scarce OCCULT SCIENCE LIBRARY volumes, all first editions.