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Llewellyn's Gnostica New & Views,
Gnostica News, Volumes 1 & 2 by Ronald M. WrightVols. 1 & 2
Gnostica News, Vol 3 #2, Sept 1973Vol. 3, No. 2
Gnostica News, Vol 3 #3, Oct 21, 1973Vol. 3, No. 3
Gnostica News, Vol. 3 #4, November 21, 1973, Whole Number 16Vol. 3, No. 4
Gnostica News, Vol 3 #5, Dec 21, 1973Vol. 3, No. 5
Gnostica News, Vol 3 #6, January 21, 1973Vol. 3, No. 6
Gnostica News, Vol 3 #7, Feb 21, 1974Vol. 3, No. 7
Gnostica News, Vol 3 #8, March 21, 1974Vol. 3, No. 8
Gnostica News, Vol 3 # 9, April 21, 1974Vol. 3, No. 9
Gnostica: News of the Aquarian Frontier, Vol. 3 #10, May 21, 1974Vol. 3, No.10
Gnostica: News of the Aquarian Frontier, Vol 3 #11, June 21, 1974Vol. 3, No.11
Gnostica: News of the Aquarian Frontier, Vol. 3 #12, July 21, 1974Vol. 3, No.12
Gnostica, Vol 4 #1, #25, Sept 1974Vol. 4, No. 1
Gnostica 27 : Vol. 4, No. 3, November 1974 by Isaac BonewitsVol. 4, No. 3
Gnostica 28 : Vol. 4, No. 4, December 1974 by Isaac BonewitsVol. 4, No. 4
Gnostica 29 : Vol. 4, No. 5, January 1976 by Isaac BonewitsVol. 4, No. 5
Gnostica: News of the Aquarian Frontier, Feb 1975 by Isaac BonewitsVol. 4, No. 6
Gnostica: News of the Aquarian Frontier, March/April/May 1975 by Isaac BonewitsVol. 4, No. 7
Gnostica 32 : Vol. 4, No. 8, June 1975 by Isaac BonewitsVol. 4, No. 8
Gnostica, Aug 1975Vol. 4, No.10
Gnostica, Sept/Oct 1975Vol. 4, No.11
Gnostica: Knowledge for the Aquarian Age, Vol. 5 #1, Whole Number 37Vol. 5, No. 1
Gnostica, Vol 5 #2, #38Vol. 5, No. 2
Gnostica: a Practical Guide to the Magick Within You, Vol 5 #3, # 39Vol. 5, No. 3
Gnostica: Esoteric Knowledge for the New Age, Vol 5 #4, #40,Vol. 5, No. 4
Gnostica: Esoteric Knowledge for the New Age, Vol 5 #5, #41, Feb/March 1977Vol. 5, No. 5
Gnostica: Esoteric Knowledge for the New Age, Vol 5 #6, # 42, April/May, 1977Vol. 5, No. 6
Gnostica: Esoteric Knowledge for the New Age, Vol 5 #10, #46, June 1978Vol. 5, No.10
Gnostica: Esoteric Knowledge for the New Age, Vol 5 #11, #47, Sept 1978Vol. 5, No.11
Gnostica: Esoteric Knowledge for the New Age, Vol 6 #6, # 49, Jan/Feb 1979Vol. 6, No. 6
Gnostica: Esoteric Knowledge for the New Age, Vol 7 #1, #50, Mar/April 1979Vol. 7, No. 1
Gnostica: Esoteric Knowledge for the New Age, #51, May/June 1979Vol. 7, No. 2
Gnostica: Esoteric Knowledge for the New Age, Vol 7 #2, #51, May/June 1979Vol. 7, No. 2
Llewellyn's Gnostica News and Views #53, 1980Vol. 7, No. 4

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Series description

Gnostica was the house publication of Llewellyn Pubiications and its Gnostica Bookstore. It was published first in a newsprint tabloid format, then in a newsprint magazine format.

Gnostica ceased publication around 1980; however, sometime in the late '80s, early '90s, it was revived as the glossy magazine/catalog Llewellyn's New Worlds of Body, Mind & Spirit

Gnostica was variously titled:
Gnostica News
Gnostica News and Views
Gnostica: News of the Aquarian Frontier
Gnostica: Knowledge for the Aquarian Age
Gnostica: A Practical Guide to the Magic Within You
Gnostica: Esoteric Knowledge for the New Age

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