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Santa Clara CA: Diakonia Press, 1975. Paperback. 142p., text reproduced from double-spaced typescript, first edition plain printed blue wraps, 8.5x5.5 inches. A very good copy. Grassi does not mean "Christians who lived in caves or in hiding, or groups that held secret meetings to escape the supervision of an 'institutional...
Grand Rapids: Phanes Press, 1988. Hardcover. 95p., lavender cloth boards with elaborate titling gilt, in dust jacket. The issuing press specializes in things gnostic and neoplatonic; there was also a softbound issue, the hardbound being much scarcer. At 5x7.25 inches, a neat little package in fine as-new condition.
London: Pioneer Press, 1921. Pamphlet. 48p., 4.75x7 inches, sewen-bound pamphlet, some small dogears and foxing, glued wraps beginning to separate, else very good. Massey was a poet, spiritualist, and antiquarian most noted for his theories regarding parallels between Christian and ancient Egyptian symbolism which will be found herein.
Roxburgh Scotland: Beshara Publications, 1997. Hardcover. Reissue of the 1981 Englishing of Bursevi's translation into Turkish of the Arabic original; small hardbound in gilt-titled 8.5x5.5 inch blue boards and glossy yellow dust jacket. Jacket is slightly edgeworn, casebinding shows a faint reader's crease, a clean sound unmarked copy. Translator Bursevi...
London: Islamic College for Advanced Studies Press (ICAS), 2004. Paperback. 167p., paperbound in 9x6 inch glossy decorated wraps, a very good copy with a little external edgewear, mild small bump to lower corner leaves, a bookseller's small cover sticker price (not ours), and on the half-title page a line from...
Middletown: Dawn Horse, 2005. Paperback. xiii, 158p., preface, foreword, postscript, afterword, bibliography; illustrated with b&w photos, very good reissue of the 1982 edition in trade paperback pictorial wraps. Smith finds that primitive Christianity, certainly amongst those with immediate experience of Jesus, embodied a "libertine," or do-what-thou-wilt religion. Post-crucifixion sightings of...