Book Details + Condition: First edition from 1910 of Mead's SOME MYSTICAL ADVENTURES. Small quarto; green publisher's cloth with gilt lettering to spine and blind titling to upper board. George Robert Stowe (G.R.S.) Mead (1863-1933) was an English historian and writer, and a member of the Theosophical Society, as well as the founder of the Quest Society. He is best known for "Thrice Greatest Hermes", his landmark translation and collection of Trismegistic Literature. This is the first edition of his collection of essays comprising: As Above, So Below; Heresy; The Elasticity of a Permanent Body; The Immensities; Heirs of Ages; The Master; Initiation; A Measure of What Love Means to Me; Adumbrations; The Heroic Life; On the Track of Spirituality; Guesses at What to Expect; On the Art of Symbolism; The Self-Taught; On the Way of the Path; Mystic Reality; The Deathless Race; Mystic Cosmogony; Some Elementary Speculations; and On the Nature of the Quest. In very good condition: light shelfwear; tight binding; bumped and rubbed corners; small repaired tear on pre-title page; text is clean and unmarked, save owner's name on front endpaper. Please see ToC for further detail.