The Holy Kabbalah. A Study of the Secret Tradition in Israel as unfolded by the Sons of the Doctrine for the Benefit and Consolation of the Elect dispersed through the Lands and Ages of the Greater Exile. A. E. WAITE, Kenneth Rexroth, Arthur Edward Waite.

The Holy Kabbalah. A Study of the Secret Tradition in Israel as unfolded by the Sons of the Doctrine for the Benefit and Consolation of the Elect dispersed through the Lands and Ages of the Greater Exile.

Secaucus, NJ: University Books, 1965. Fourth Printing. Hardcover. Large Octavo. xxxvi + 636 pp. Original blue cloth, gilt titling etc. to spine, colored top edge, frontis, b/w illustrations, appendixes and index. Dr. R. A. Gilbert observes: "The text [of "The Holy Kabbalah"] is a happy marriage of Waite's two earlier works on the Kabbalah, both extensively revised. No other work in English approaches Waite's study in sanity, accuracy or competence, despite the errors due to his reliance on unsatisfactory translations. His insight into Kabbalism is praised by Gershom Scholem, the greatest living authority on the subject ... " Gilbert, p. 70. Spine ends lightly bruised and chafed, a few minor marks to cloth. Page edges a little darkenend, neat pencil notes on verso of rear endpaper. Otherwise a tight, clea,n VG + copy in near-VG dust jacket (Dust jacket is a little rubbed and chafed with a number of small chips and tears at edges. Price-clipped. Now protected by a removable mylar sleeve). Item #70120

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