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Unto Thee I Grant by Ramatherio, Sri
Published by Supreme Grand Lodge of Amorc
1951 Sixteenth Edition Hardcover Vintage Book
Dimensions 7.25 x 5 inches Weighs 7 ounces
112 pages


Condition: Good.
Matte covers are solid with just a scuff at bottom outer edge as if a sticker was removed. Corners are only slightly bumped. The top spine has been worn and has a tear of just a few cm's (usually from removing from the shelf with just an index finger)
Slight blemishes overall, indicative of age.
Former owner sticker on inside front blank leaf, neatly placed.

Pages are clean, save a watermark at top, which is in the binding edge, and does not extend into the text, being less than 1 inch from the edge at most. (visible throughout book)
Foxing is present at endpages and first few leaves but not within chapter pages.
Good solid book with tight binding.

From Google Books: " Included in this volume are the secret teachings of Tibet, divided into twelve books entitled: obligations that relate to man considered as an individual; passions; woman; consanguinity, or natural relations; providence, or the accidental differences of men; social duties; religion; man considered in general; man considered in regard to his infirmities and their effects; of the affectations of man, which are hurtful to himself and others; the advantages man may acquire over his fellow creatures; manifestations of karma."

CONTENTS:
Book 1 the obligations that relates to man considered as an individual. chapter 1 consideration, chapter 2 modesty, chapter 3 application, chapter 4 emulation, chapter 5 prudence, chapter 6 fortitude, chapter 7 contentment, chapter 8 temperance
Book 2 the passions. Chapter 1 hope and fear, chapter 2 joy and grief,, chapter 3 anger chapter 4 pity, chapter 5 desire and the love..
Book 3 woman.
Book 4 Consanguinity; or Natural Relations. chapter 1 husband, chapter 2 father, chapter 3 son, chapter 4 brothers.
Book 5 Providence; or the Accidental Differences of Men. Chapter 1 wise and ignorant,, chapter 2 rich and poor, chapter 3 masters and servants, chapter 4 magistrates and subjects.
Book 6. The social duties. Chapter 1 benevolence, chapter 2 justice, chapter 3 charity, chapter 4 gratitude,, chapter 5 sincerity..
Book 7 religion.
Book 8 man considered in general. Chapter 1 of the human frame and structure, chapter 2 on the use of the senses, chapter 3.soul of man its origin and affections, chapter 4 of the period and uses of human life..
Book 9 man considered in regard to his infirmities and their effects. chapter 1 vanity, chapter 2 inconstancy, chapter 3 weakness, chapter 4 insufficiency of knowledge, chapter 5 misery, chapter 6 judgment,, chapter 7 presumption
Book 10 of the affections of man which are hurtful to himself and others. Chapter 1 covetousness, chapter 2 profusion, chapter 3 revenge, chapter 4 cruelty hatred and envy, chapter 5 heaviness of heart
Book 11 of the advantages man may acquire over his fellow creatures. Chapter 1 nobility and honor,, chapter 2 science and learning
Book 12 the manifestations of karma. Chapter 1 prosperity and adversity, chapter 2 pain and sickness

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Unto Thee I Grant by Ramatherio, Sri Published by Supreme Grand Lodge of Amorc 1951 Sixteenth Edition Hardcover Vintage Book

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