The Way of Power: Studies in the Occult (with the short biography of the author)

The Way of Power: Studies in the Occult (with the short biography of the author)

by Lily Adams Beck

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This book is a study of the Ancient Wisdom and esoteric knowledge. "The Occult of Today Is the Science of Tomorrow."

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BN ID: 2940012923318
Publisher: Ancient Wisdom Publications
Publication date: 06/03/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 200
File size: 645 KB

About the Author

Elizabeth Louisa Moresby was a British-born novelist that was to be-came the first prolific, female esoteric writer in Canada.
The daughter of the Royal Navy Captain John Moresby, Elizabeth Louisa Moresby lived and traveled widely in the East, in Egypt, India, China, Tibet and Japan but settled eventually in Victoria,British Columbia, Canada in 1919.
Moresby was already sixty years old by the time she started writing her novels, which commonly had an oriental setting, and then became a prolific author. She wrote under various pseudonyms, depending on the genre. As Louis Moresby, she wrote nonfiction, including a history of Egypt. As E. Barrington, she wrote historical romances, including a tale of Napoleon and Josephine (1927). As Lily Adams Beck, she wrote stories set in Asia and in-fluenced by Oriental philosophy and religion.
She was also known as Elizabeth Louisa Beck, Eliza Louisa Moresby Beck andLily Moresby Adams. She was a staunch Buddhist and strict vege-tarian, highly critical of the materialism of the West.
Moresby continued to write fantastical novels of faraway places until her death in 1931, in Kyoto, Japan She wrote most of her thirty books in Victoria in less than ten years.

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