New York: B. W. Dodge and Company, 1906. The first edition with this title. Hardcover. 305pp. Duodecimo [19.5 cm] Light green cloth lettered and ornamentally stamped in dark green. The backstrip is a bit darkened, and there is a light splash stain along the top edge of the front board. Bleiler Checklist. From the collection of Berkeley book collector and letterpress printer, John Ruyle. Ruyle's pencil notes state "Badly written, but a remarkable book!" Very good. Item #57901
A work first published by Abbey Press in 1901 as "Liquid from the Sun's Rays." An occult novel set in the twenty-first century. Liquified rays from the sun are used for light, heat, and power, and to rejuvenate the human body and recall all past lives.