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The Secret Teachings of All Ages by Manly Hall

An Important Anthology on the Arts and Sciences

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An Important Anthology on the Arts and Sciences

  • Oct 3, 2013
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The Secret Teachings of All Ages by Hall is a well
researched anthology on many religious, philosophical
and even scientific ideas developed over the centuries.

For instance, the Druids utilized magnetism to treat
patients, as well as taking advantage of classic
herbs like mistletoe for its marvelous absorbing properties.
The Gnostics viewed Christ as a pervasive Divine Mind.

Pythagoras was a famous mathematician who also developed
curative properties from musical compositions. Hall discusses
the magic of metals, as well as herbalism and healing which
have ancient Chinese origins. In addition, the author
discusses how Islamic culture contributed to advances in science.

Overall, Hall's work is an important contribution to many fields
like mathematics, physics, philosophy and world religions. The
book is well researched and easy to navigate.

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An Important Anthology on the Arts and Sciences

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October 03, 2013
Sounds interesting. Some people use magnets inside their shoes for foot woes.
October 03, 2013
Magnets are good throughout the body. They help with acute stiffness issues.
 
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