The All Seeing Eye 1930 to 1931

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Kessinger Publishing, Sep 1, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 392 pages
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1930. Hall, the American philosopher, in over a period of 20 years of dynamic public activity, has steadfastly sought recognition of the belief that world civilization can only be perfected when human beings meet on a common ground of intelligence, cooperation and worthy purpose. Manly's monthly magazine, The All Seeing Eye, is devoted to the search for those fundamental verities existing in the educational systems, religions, and philosophies of all ages. This volume contains articles on topics such as: American Mahatma, A Seven Day Wonder; Atlantis, the Lost World; Chi-chen Itza and the Sacred Well; Confucius, the Superior Man; Diogenes, the Dog of Athens; Eastern Fables; The Egyptian Initiate; The Mystery of the Feathered Serpent; Freemasonry and the Osiris Myth; The Gnostic Cults; The Heavenly Fire; The Music of the Spheres; Some Notes on Numerology; Occultism in America; A Retrospect on Races; Vicarious Reformation; and Tarot Symbolism. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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Manly P. Hall (1901-1990), widely regarded as a sage and teacher steeped in the wisdom of antiquity, was one of the leading esoteric scholars of the twentieth century. The author of the landmark work "The Secret Teachings of All Ages," Hall was named a 33 Mason in 1973. It is the highest rank Freemasonry can bestow.

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