Findlay, Arthur. One the Edge of The Etheric...
or, Survival after Death Scientifically Explained..
London: Pscychic Press, 1951.
Fifty-Third printing (allegedly, I’m guessing the print runs were not exactly enormous). 8vo. 202pp. Publisher’s blue cloth, titled in gilt to spine, clean and fresh with some marking to the spine and some trifling edgewear to extremities. In a very good example of the dustwrapper, with some slight chipping, small closed tears, but essentially bright and clean. Internally clean, photographic frontispiece, a very good copy. A “scientific” (no shade, it’s just weird science) argument for the existence and practicalities of life after death, dwelling in the etheric, with accounts of the positives and negatives of their existences from several spiritous beings. Not overly rare, but impressive in its commitment.