Saturday, April 26, 2008

Manly Palmer Hall 1901 - 1990

"A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world." ~Manly Hall
Complete Lecture Series
(Torrent files) Part I The titles of the albums are: Alchemy Astro-Theology Atlantean Hypothesis, The Atom in Religion and Philosophy, The Cycle of the Phoenix, The Doctrines of Hermes Trismegistus Doctrines of Neoplatonism Esoteric Anthropology Esoteric Philosophy of H.P. Blavatsky Exploring Dimensions of Consciousness First Principles of Philosophy Five Paths of Yoga Five-Fold Nature of the Self, The Great Polarities, The Greek and Roman Deities as Personifications of Divine Principles Interpreting Great Legends of the World Invisible Bodies of Men in Hindu Philosophy Landmarks of Esoteric Literature Love Series, The Man Grand Symbol of the Mysteries Mysteries of the Cabala, The Mystery and Meaning of the Ancient Rituals New Concepts of Therapy for Daily Living Paracelsian Philosophy Philosophy of Value, The Practical Mysticism in Modern Living Psychological Theory and Practice Septenaries, The Studies in Comparative Mythology Studies in Dream Symbolism Studies in Morals & Dogma by Albert Pike Studies in Self-Unfoldment Symbolism of the Great Operas Universe According to Esoteric Philosophy, The Unseen Forces That Affect Our Lives Wisdom Series, The Worlds in Transition Zen Concept of Intensity Without Tension Pythagorean Theory of Number Part II The individual lectures in this collection are organized by subject matter, and include the following categories: Alchemy of Attitudes (3 lectures), Ancient Mysteries & Secret Societies (5 lectures), Art & Aesthetics (5 lectures), Astrology (4 lectures), Bible & Christianity (15 lectures), Biographies (3 lectures), Buddhism (8 lectures), Classical Philosophy (4 lectures), Comparative Religion (2 lectures), Eastern Philosophy (2 lectures), Education (2 lectures), Esoteric & Metaphysical (29 lectures), Health & Healing (10 lectures), Inspirational & Mystical (14 lectures), Literature (2 lectures), Miscellaneous (18 lectures), Occult Anatomy (3 lectures), Philosophy & Religion (25 lectures), Psychology & Self-Improvement (56 lectures), and Reincarnation, Karma & Life After Death (8 lectures). Between the present collection "Part Two of Complete Lecture Series" and the original "Complete Lecture Series," are contained all of the lectures by Manly Hall which have ever been made available to the public. These, together with the 6 lectures comprising the "Life in the 21st Century" album, yield a grand total of 218 lecture recordings in the present collection.

My Manly P. Hall Book Collection

Title - Copyright

Reincarnation the Cycle of Necessity - 1939/1941

An Introduction to Dream Interpretation - 1955

Lectures on Ancient Philosophy - 1984

Psychic Symbolism of Headaches, Insomnia, and the Upset Stomach Search for Reality Part 6 - 1960

Secret Teachings of All Ages, The - 1928

Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians - 1937

Is Each Individual Born with a Purpose? Search for Reality Part 2 - 1960

All Seeing Eye, The - 1931

Ways of the Lonely Ones - 1945

Right Thinking - 1946

Philosophy for the Sick and Disposition and Disease - 1966

Secret of the Untroubled Mind, The - 1965

Incompatibility, a Crisis in Modern Living Hall, Manly Palmer 1956

Lost Keys of Freemasonry - 1931

Most Holy Trinosophia of Comte St. Germain - 1983

Super Faculties and their Culture - 1934 * “To learn is to live, to study is to grow, and growth is the measurement of life. The mind must be taught to think, the heart to feel, and the hands to labor. When these have been educated to their highest point, then is the time to offer them to the service of their fellowman, not before.” ~Manly Hall *

Some knew him as an internationally famed stamp collector, many were charmed by his childhood memories from his book Growing up with Grandmother; but always he spoke to people with dignity and respect, never trying to overwhelm them with his encyclopedic knowledge of the spiritual traditions. He championed the value of an idealistic philosophical education for all in the classical tradition of Pythagoras, Paracelsus, Lord Bacon, Plato, Socrates, and all the philosophers of history who believed in a rational world soul. He wanted nothing more than to assist the great philosophers of history to fulfill their honorable plans for the nation and the planet.

* "Hence the disciple of the Ancient Wisdom is taught to realize that man is not essentially a personality, but a spirit." ~Manly P. Hall

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