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Inner Traditions

Inner Traditions – Bear & Company
Founded 1975
Founder Ehud Sperling
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location Rochester, Vermont
Publication types Books
Imprints Bear & Company, Healing Arts Press, Destiny Books, Park Street Press, Bindu Books, and Bear Cub Books.
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Inner Traditions – Bear & Company, also known as Inner Traditions, is a book publisher founded by Ehud Sperling in 1975[1] and based in Rochester, Vermont in the United States.

Inner Traditions publishes books related to New Age spiritualism and esotericism, mysticism, neoshamanism, astrology, the perennial philosophy, visionary art, Earth mysteries, sacred sexuality, alternative medicine, and recordings of ethnic music and accompaniments for meditation.

In 2000, the independent publisher Bear & Company joined with Inner Traditions, moving from Santa Fe, New Mexico, where it had been founded in 1980 by Gerry Clow and astrologer Barbara Hand Clow.[2]

Inner Traditions publishes other imprints, including Healing Arts Press, Destiny Books, Park Street Press, Bindu Books, and Bear Cub Books.

Authors

Notable authors published primarily or exclusively by Inner Traditions include many of the English language translations of the little-known, yet historically influential, Sicilian occultist ultra-rightist Julius Evola, in addition to:

References

External links

  • Inner Traditions/Bear & Co. website


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