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Periodical: Vision

Summary:  From Pat Deveney's database:

Vision.
A Magazine & Review of Mysticism and Spiritual Reconstruction.
1919--1920 Monthly
London, England. Publisher: Erskine Macdonald Ltd. (London) and Orpheus Publishing Company (Edinburgh). Editor: Dorothy Greenside, Galloway Kyle.
1/5, September 1919 -- 2/7, July 1920. 64 pp., 10/6 a year.

This was described by the Bookman as "an excellent miscellany of prose and verse which challenges the materialistic." Greenside, who contributed articles like "Clairvoyance in Children" to the journal, was also the author of Little Builders: New Thought Talks to Children ("eulcidates our higher and keener thought-evolutions for the childish mind," with forward by Ralph Waldo Trine), which indicates the tenor of the journal. Articles on "Another Telepathic Experiment," "Two Psychic Experiences," "A Mystic's Calendar," "Vision in Arts and Crafts," etc. The terms "mystic" and "vision"predominate in the journal. Advertisements for the Delphic Club in Piccadilly ("a social centre for Ladies and Gentlemen interested in the Occult Sciences," £3 3s. a year); Celestia Root Lang's Divine Life, William Thomas Pavitt (designer of Badges and Symbolic Metalwork of every description), etc. BL.

Issues:Vision V2 N4 Apr 1920

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