The Meaning of the Mark

The Meaning of the Mark

Discover the Mysterious Success Power Behind the Classic It Works

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Additional Formats
  • Paperback
  • ISBN 9780399164460
  • 160 Pages
  • TarcherPerigee
  • Adult


Inside This Book You Will Discover Greater Power Than You Ever Dreamed Imaginable 
Since 1926, the mind-power classic It Works has sold more than 1.5 million copies. To the many devoted readers of It Works, that book’s mysterious author – known by the initials RHJ – had just one message to share.
Yet the master thinker behind It Works had a final legacy to bestow upon the world.
He called it The Meaning of the Mark.
In 1931, five years after publishing It Works, the author RHJ – a Chicagoan named Roy Herbert Jarrett – published The Meaning of the Mark to more fully explain the ideas, magical methods, and mysterious symbols in his earlier work. Jarrett intended his longer and final follow-up book as the “inner key” to It Works.  
This rediscovery volume makes The Meaning of the Mark available for the first time in a generation. The many readers who hunger to learn more about the success power behind It Works will be thrilled with this substantial and detailed guidebook. It expands upon techniques and ideas only hinted at in It Works.
With its incredible combination of practical advice and metaphysical revelation, The Meaning of the Mark is a must-read for every fan of It Works. For any who wants to fully unlock the incredible powers laid out in Jarrett’s earlier work, The Meaning of the Mark is the capstone of the pyramid.


“Originally published in 1931, The Meaning of the Mark was written in order to add insight into the symbolism and instruction in Ray Herbert Jarrett’s first publication — It Works. It Works, a thirty-page pamphlet, has sold more than a million copies and continues to sell to this day.The original three-step plan for making dreams come true from It Works is recapped within this follow up treatise. The key to successful utilization of the plan, spelled out and elaborated upon, is contained within the pages. It is a very worthwhile investment indeed. Kudos to Tarcher/Penguin for bringing it back into circulation.”
–Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insight