The Way a textbook for the student of Rosicrucian Philosophy
By Freeman B. Dowd
Publication: R. Swinburne Clymer; "Beverly Hall" Quakertown, PA (1917 copyright) no print date but appears age appropriate and believed to be a true First Edition thus
This edition was prepared for members of The Seventieth Annual Convocation of the education depart of the Rose Cross Order, which was founded in America in 1858. Members of this 'Sacred College' as they labeled it were called upon to sacredly obey their vows. The manuscript of which this book was based was written by Freeman B. Dowd shortly before his passing, and its publication was ordered by The Rose Cross Order in October 1917. A rather interesting and scarce work on the subject of Rosicrucianism. Contents include: The Magi, Nature, The Way of Life, Existence, The Laws of Life, Life and Form, God and Spirit, The Savior, To Become, The Ego, I Am. Scarce! No other listings to note.
Condition: Publishers cloth boards with title to spine and TRY emblem to front boards, prelim and content page with faint stain mark, all other pages clean, binding tight, bright copy, overall in Near Fine condition