Divine Philosophy, applied to natural, magical, astral, supernatural, celestial and divine lights, or to the Immutable truths that God revealed of himself & his works [...]. S.l.n.n.n., 1793. 3 volumes large in-8, bradel rigid vellum, smooth back decorated, not trimmed (binding from the end of the 19th century).
Caillet, n°3480. - Dorbon, n°1432.
A book of mystical theology published under the pseudonym Keleph Ben Nathan by a Waldensian pastor whom bibliographers (Brunet and Cherpakoff in particular) gladly place alongside literary madmen.
It contains a letter from Saint Martin on magnetism and its dangers (Volume I, pp. 312-321).
Precious copy of Stanislas de Guaïta, with his autograph signature on a volume I guard and his golden initials on the tail of his back.
It is well complete with the last part of Volume III, in separate pagination and entitled The Three Primitive Characters of Man, or the Portraits of the Cold, Boiling and Warm (61 pages).
Freckles. Small stitches on the back.
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