Los Angeles: Theosophical Book Concern, 1916. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. First Edition. Small octavo, publisher's original blue cloth lettered in gilt and with a design in black on front board. 124 pp. Cloth lightly rubbed and a bit bumped, small paper label near head of spine panel. Front endpaper lacking and inner front hinge with some tape, stamp of the "METAPHYSICAL LIBRARY, 926 Yates Street, Victoria (British Columbia)" on first leaf; a sound, very good copy. Very Good. Item #310761
¶ From the introduction: 'Dreams and premonitions are the most common of all psychic phenomena, but they are nevertheless but little understood. Modern psychology has accumulated an immense array of facts which very conclusively show that the consciousness of the human being is something vaster, deeper and altogether more remarkable than has generally been supposed. But just there the psychologists stop, on the very threshold of great discoveries."