Scott wrote a series of 3 books detailing his encounter with ‘Justin Moreward Haig’, whom he believed to be an Initiate into Occult Mysteries. Written in an engaging style, the novels recount the authors conversations with his Master, presenting a theosophically inspired viewpoint that is sometimes critical of contemporary currents in the theosophical movement, which seek to adapt esoteric ideas to a contemporary audience. Among other subjects, this volume considers the question of sex and marriage, warfare (perhaps not entirely dissimilar), and egoism.
Pp 302 hardback
Publisher George Routledge & Sons 1932 (second impression)
Physical Description Some foxing, minor bumping to spine, flyleaf clipped, owners inscription, text clean, spine cracked, no dj