Dreams and Premonitions by L.W. Rogers
Publication: 1916 Theosophical Book Concern; Los Angeles First Edition
A scarce first edition of this title. Dreams and Premonitions was written by Louis William Rodgers; an American teacher, socialist political activist and theosophist. Rodgers eventually shifted his entire focus on theosophy and became a prominent lecturer, writer and eventual president of Theosophical Society in America. The present work deals in aspects of dreams and intuition. Rogers believed that dreams show that consciousness of the human being is something vaster, deeper and altogether more remarkable that the merely psychological approach which permeated his time. He expounds on idea this over several chapters. Uncommon in first edition state.
Condition: publishers light blue cloth boards, gilt title design to covers, some slight creasing to cover, institution of psychoanalysis book plate to rear and front flyleaf along with small publishers plates, rear pastedown has remnants of a removed bookplate, the pages remain clean, binding tight, overall in Very Good condition